Strange answers, "Another magician could but not a gentleman."
The next scene Strange lays hands on the hillside and the smaller rocks of uniform size shake out of the ground and rattle upward to assemble into a sort of macadam road.
I've never seen the flags in the background. They're new to me and BBC is great at this type of thing. But something seems wrong.
Now, I'm no vexillologist but the propellers seem to be spinning the wrong direction, the thick white diagonal bands are on the wrong side of the thinner red diagonal bands. I believe the flag is displayed backwards. I hate when the flag is displayed backwards. Don't you? Every British schoolboy would know this but you still see it sometimes, even in modern photos of British barracks in places like Afghanistan, and it's disconcerting because they're fighting for their country represented by their flag but treated as mere decoration. Am I wrong? I've never seen this flag with castle in the center and I don't know the evolved flag convention. The only thing that I'm going on is the propeller effect that occurs by the white bands that appear to spin backwards. Then, who am I to challenge the renowned scholars at BBC?
Eh, this site has it the same way with red edge on the right. Maybe it's a thing that changes in war like the Japanese flag changes. Maybe it's a style choice. And then, maybe the site is wrong too.