wrecan wrote:[speculation]The Arkentool is the Arkensword buried beneath the ruins of old FAQ, where King Banhammer beat it into a plowshare. In this form, the Arkentool grants game-breaking benefits for resource management. It also allows the Ruler to pop casters by choice, which is why FAQ had so many casters. Jillian will find it, attune to it, and beat it back into a sword. In sword-form, it allows the ruler to pop warlords at reduced cost, and as a weapon it can cut through almost anything, including city walls, fortifications, hex barriers, and g-strings. Parson never attunes to an Arkentool, but in the final book of the series, manages to defeat all four Arkentool wielders (Jillian, Wanda, Stanley, and Charlie), who have improbably teamed up together. To do so, Janis provides him another copy of the Summon Perfect Warlord spell, which Jack and Maggie link up to use to summon his friends from stupid-world.[/speculation]
Thunder wrote:although im still unsure as to why its considered a hack of any sort. a city generates schmuckers on its own or with the aid of farms etc. so as long as a side has a greater net generation in all its cities than its total unit upkeep then its sustainable. any side could become self sustainable it just needs not produce units above this limit.
the_tick_rules wrote:Parson and his bracer weren't made by the titans.
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