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Comic #3076

1 Monty: To find Koschei's egg, we need to find the mysterious island of Buyan.
2 Ginny: Rumoured to be the island known today as Rügen, off the Baltic coast of northern Germany.
2 Monty: Exactly.
3 Prof. Jones: That's an awfully big island. How are we ever going to find the hiding spot?
4 Monty: We know it's under a tree.
4 Prof. Jones: Oh, my mistake. Trivial then.

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Buyan is a mythological island that periodically vanishes and reappears, like some sort of Slavic Brigadoon.

Rügen is the largest island in Germany. I'm not sure if it disappears occasionally. Although Brigadoon, the musical, is in fact based on an old German tale, believe it or not, so who knows...?

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