Moonshadow continues to tell the story of his Awakening with an epigraph from "Peter Pan." Also, the standard recap page, which is usually a passage from an ostensible history book of the era, here is replaced by a parody of "Waiting for Godot."camp.
Moon, Ira, Rigarollo, and Horntoad prepare to be executed. As Ira is lowered into the boiling pot, his fart of fear is magically enhanced by the powerful G'L-Doses, and all the pots are destroyed. The prisoners all escape and, with the help of the G'L-Doses, they take over the camp.
Ira is hailed as a hero of the Machovian kingdom, and the friends are all invited to see the king, who turns out to be the same being that Moon met in the insane asylum much earlier. Moon and Ira now seem to be in a much better situation than they have before, living happily in the castle for a while, where Moon acts as nanny to King Macha and Queen Dibbich's children. Unfortunately, they also meet the odious Unkshuss family, including Jobidiah, who owned the asylum Moon and Macha were in before. The Unkshusses have their sights on Ira, and manipulate him into going on a pro-war tour with them, leaving Moon alone once more.