Having left town, the party splits up, and promptly gets into trouble outside of what appears to be a temple that is possibly filled with some sort of elemental evil.
You know, I could do without Susan constantly breaking down into a crying mess. It’s really getting old. She does it here twice in the first five minutes. This from a girl who is likely way older than she appears and has been raised with a strong scientific background.
Anyhow, our heroes discover that they have a fake segment in their Key to Time, and then get to meet the Old Man from Scene 24. Ian frees him from an assassin vine by smacking some wood with a sword, hitting it nowhere near said vine. Excellent.
I don’t really have too much else to say about this episode. It’s pretty good and ends on a decent cliffhanger.
Next time: “The Snows of Terror”