So the Tin Woodman was forced to return sorrowfully to his friends and tell them of the terrible Beast he had seen.  They all wondered greatly at the many forms the Great Wizard could take upon himself, and the Lion said: “If he is a Beast when I go to see him, I shall roar my loudest, and so frighten him that he will grant all I ask.  And if he is the lovely Lady, I shall pretend to spring upon her, and so compel her to do my bidding.  And if he is the great Head,