Skullmaster: My crystal, you destroyed my crystal. Enjoy the few seconds of life, which remain to you. I will teach you a thousand subtle shades of pain. A hundred ways to die until I finally lay your lifeless body at my master's table.
(Max who is alone enters a dark cave containing Skullmaster and the Crystal of Souls)
Skullmaster: Welcome Mighty One. Enter and die.
(In order for this quest to be successful, Hanuman is recruited against his will to join the adventure)
Hanuman: (pleading) No, you can't do this. I do not want to be a hero again... please?
Max: Sometimes you gotta do things, whether you want to or not.
Norman: Yes, sometimes you do.
Virgil's means of summoning: There is no special message in this episode.
Educational Epilogue: Heroes (the cultural diversity of heroes across the world).
Title: The Maxnificent Seven
The title of this episode alludes to the classic western, The Magnificent Seven (1960) about a group of hired gunmen brought together to defend a Mexican village from bandits. The movie itself is a remake of Akira Kurosawa's 1954 classic, Shichinin no samurai (a.k.a. The Seven Samurai).