I received a very cryptic email from Raskulls developer Halfbrick Studios recently. It consisted of nothing but the above image and a message asking me if I believe in the teapot. The image features a teapot-shaped version of King, one of the Raskulls characters. Whether this is the teapot in question, or just a metaphorical representation of a teapot we can all believe in, nobody yet knows.
Finding myself unable to answer this question, I put it to you. Do YOU believe in the teapot? What would it take to make you believe, or what is it in your heart that already tells you it is true? I don't know if I believe in the teapot, but I believe that I want to believe.
In the teapot.
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