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Ushering in the Roaring Twenty-Twenties with Gozer

Actually he's never been gone. Not really. Think about it.

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CUPERTINO (Rixstep) — He's back. (Actually he's never been gone.)

Gozer the Gozerian of course. The Traveler.

'Gozer the Traveler: he will come in one of the pre-chosen forms. During the rectification of the Vuldronaii, the Traveler came as a large moving Torb, Then, during the third reconciliation of the last of the Meketrex supplicants, they chose a new form for him, that of a giant Sloar! Many Shubs and Zuuls knew what it was to be roasted in the depths of a Sloar that day, I can tell you!'

According to writings dated to circa 2800 BCE, Tiamat's followers were able to banish Gozer.

The writings, shown below in hieroglyph form, describe witness accounts of the massive inter-dimensional cross-rip that took place at the time. Shuruppak, for example, burned for days under blood-red skies.

Gozer's Back

But he's back. (Actually he's been back for some time.)

Yes it was Gozer who infected those first Intel Macs - the ones that oozed green slime and made those blood-curdling 'mooing' sounds. (And it was Gozer behind the 10.4 KPI sabotage.)

Gozer. Yes, it was Gozer. And now he's back. And he's brought back Zuul, his GATEKEEPER.

Keymaster Solo

But no reason to fret. there's a way to combat Gozer and Gatekeeper, a way that can't fail.


It is not true that 'there is only Zuul'. Zuul is a pushover, a wuss. There is only Keymaster.

Keymaster Solo is a standalone free version of Keymaster. Keymaster Solo is available now.

CLICK HERE. (Or click the hieroglyphs, or click the image immediately above.)

Welcome to the Roaring Twenty-Twenties.

Reasons to Get Keymaster Solo

  • You're too cheap to punt for the real Keymaster.
  • You're too hungover from the holidays to hassle Gatekeeper on your own.
  • You hate Babylonian and Sumerian gods, demi-gods, and phantasms in general.
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  • Ray Stantz recommends Keymaster Solo.

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