The Final Confrontation Carry-All Pouch
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- Available in three sizes
- Also available in set of 3, which includes all sizes
- Durable, canvas-like exterior
- Soft 50/50 poly-cotton black interior lining
- Faux leather pull tab
- Machine washable
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About this artwork
I had a thought once while listening to Confrontation from Jekyll and Hyde. If we think of Steve from the hit game Minecraft as a sort of paragon of adventurer virtues, skills, talents, etc, like physical incarnation of all the good things about the human inhabitants of Minecraftia, a sort of guiding spirit, then it should make sense there would be an anti-christ. Herobrine: the spiritual sum of all the bad habits of players. Griefing, Vandalism, Arson, Murder, etc. Maybe is an unfortunate afterbirth to Steve, maybe he is some part of Steve that he forced out to remain pure, maybe like the good Dr. Jekyll, he hides deep within Steve's soul to this day. Even the name, Herobrine (brine of the hero), is indicative of this fall from grace as the roots of brine can mean bitter or burnt, and brine itself is used for pickling foods which can be symbolic of corruption. ( http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/brine )
This picture depicts the final culminating battle between the forces of order and chaos. The Enderdragon, loosed on the world by Herobrine, has fallen, the forests burn over the slain bodies of wolves, the broken frames and pumpkins of golems litter the rain saturated dirt, witches and their armies of the undead slink back to the darkness from whence they came, the pitiful Endermen find their final rest from the eyes of the humans, and all that's left is Herobrine and Steve. Filled with anger, and malice, magic brewed, and swords poised, they make their final stand.