Unsurprisingly, Stan and Mabel have no idea what to do, but Dipper tells them to make the moves up as they go. My butt isn't part of this particular equation. And possibly that hot elf, if he's got anything to do with this. Mabel, I am so confused and so proud right now. Lazy Tuesday, you are delivering in a big way. After all, in a town as weird as Gravity Falls, who knows what mysteries there are to unlock? I think I'm gonna have to start serving pineapple right-side up cake. Oh, wow, would you look at that? If ye wish to pass, first ye must complete seven unworldly quests, - each more difficult than the last - No! No, do take it hard.
With each brain I eat, I shall increase my enchant-elligence. That maybe we should just go out and grow with people? Dipper wants to help him, but Ford refuses the offer and retreats once more to the basement. Come on, quack with us, Dipper. I once had a character that no matter how badly he rolled he always went first in battle just because his initiative bonus was so high. Or a million or however old you guys are. Stan and Mabel realize that they are in their element, and use their own skills to defeat Probabilitor at his own game.
Don't let it taste human flesh. It's halfway through the summer, and he still hasn't figured out who the author of the journals is. A lot of the fun of Gravity Falls comes from the secrecy surrounding the plot. I just ate a bag of cheese boodles without using my hands. Mabel and Stan admit they had fun playing and apologize for making fun of Dipper for liking the game. None of them realize that the biggest mystery lives in their own hidden basement.
Probabilitor's minions kidnap Dipper and Ford. I am very glad to see such information which I was searching for a long time. I was saving the worst for last. But, if he wins, he will eat their brains. When he tries to get it back, the ground under the house collapses and he winds up in the basement. All right, Stan, you can do this.
I've read all about these creatures in your journal, - and I think I know - No! If you win, I go back to my own dimension. Now to the forest for the ultimate game. Picking up from the last episode, Mabel is beginning to feel a little left out… The next day Grenda arrives for the Ducktective party though Candy is conspicuously absent. You'll never outrun my Ogre-nado. Once again it shows how well the Gravity Falls team does their homework, even with something they find ridiculous.
The gun turns out to be a against Probabilitor's magic, and the ogre simply picks up Dipper and Ford by the scruffs of their necks. I'll mock all I want. Hey, I thought they banned this character. Ford takes care of the creature, and Dipper approaches Ford, asking him if he can spend time with Ford in the basement. Infinite sides means infinite outcomes. Dipper, I don't want you to tell anyone about this. Actually, after all that, I could use a little mindless fun.
Does it make these kind of standalone stories trickier to come up with? Unsurprisingly, no one wants to play with him and everyone makes fun of it. The two think of cool weapons for Dipper and Ford, which they use to defeat Probabilitor's minions. From the very core of Gravity Falls there is a chance to travel in time. Dipper asks how he did it though Stan says a gambler never reveals his secrets mainly a little help from his old friend Bazooka Joe who knows how to stick a landing, if you get my drift. Alright, you enter the chamber.
And now, a little math problem. How has the dynamic of the storytelling changed since Great Uncle Ford was introduced? Hirsch is the lifeblood of the series. Simmons and introducing a new, even more dangerous threat in the form of the rift. I tried to tell you. But I can show you a little something I brought back with me.