The Ballad of Kale

Ballad of Kale

(to the tune of Bad, Bad Leroy Brown)

Whoa!

Bad, Bad Calenviael

From the South side of ole Whitecliff
Home of all the finest tail
Comes a man know far
Out in every bar
Oh the man they all call Kale

Now Kale more than trouble
You see he knows his magic well
Rainbow Blasts and Shocking Grasps
Magic missile for the hell

And he’s Bad, Bad Calenviael
Baddest Mage outta all nine Hells
Badder than Tiamat
Stronger than an Ancient Lich

Now Kale, he a lover
But he got his pretty spell
And likes to fire his rainbow beam
Until all the baddies fell

On one such adventure
Deep inside the Earth
Kale fought a witch, imps and orc-y fish
And darkness for all its worth

And he’s Bad, Bad Calenviael
Baddest Mage outta all nine Hells
Badder than Tiamat
Stronger than an ancient Lich

Out to the air, he battled
Fought claw, tooth and nail
Against a creature of shadow, flew like a horror
But ooh to no avail

Well he cast his spell upon it
But three more just joined in
And Kale there learned a lessen
bout a messen’ with the pride of a witches clan

And he’s Bad, Bad Calenviael
Baddest Mage outta all nine Hells
Badder than Tiamat
Stronger than an ancient Lich

Well the five, took to fighting
And when he looked up from the gore
Kale stood as the new proud champion
and the beasts were nothing more

And he’s Bad, Bad Calenviael
Baddest Mage outta all nine Hells
Badder than Tiamat
Stronger than an ancient Lich

And he’s Bad, Bad Calenviael
Baddest Mage outta all nine Hells
Badder than Tiamat
Stronger than an ancient Lich

Yeah he’s badder than Tiamat
And stronger than an ancient Lich

The Ballad of Kale

Lords of Whitecliff Tzarchasem