The merry band of Texans was led through the woods by King Watt, when they came upon a clearing. In that clearing was a knight clad in black, gold, and teal (for some reason) guarding a bridge across a small stream.
King Watt approached the knight cautiously and asked the knight to step aside so they could cross the bridge. The Texans were on a guest for the playoffs.
"None shall pass," said the black knight. "I move for no man."
"If you will not move on your own," said Watt. "I will have to strike you down."
The two interlocked in a sword duel. Watt, a skilled fighter, cut off the knight's left arm. "Tis but a scratch," said the Black Knight.
"Okay, fine," said Watt as he cut off the other arm. "I've had worse," said the Black Knight, now armless.
"You can't fight anymore," said Watt. "Now move." "No," said the knight. "I'm invincible." "You're looney," said Watt.
Watt cut off both the Black Knight's legs then, leaving him bleeding stump on the ground.
"Alrght, we'll call it a draw," said the Black Knight as he watched Watt and his band ride past him on the bridge.
Now the graphic:
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