I watched that oil derrick scene waiting for demons to start jumping out or for the fire to spread to the grass and start torching buildings... what was so dramatic about it?
Originally Posted by xi'Vexus
Despite being a a cold, cynical, obsessed man, he was very much into being a father. When the natural gas broke through it was a moment he knew would change his life forever. Despite not knowing for sure if his son was alright or not, he was still drawn to the oil and was extremely happy.
Other than that, just the dramatic visuals of a wasteland with everyone panicking while it's raining oil, then the silhouettes in front of the burning derrick.