Re: the two mounts, I'm thinking the Red Dwagon's bomber to the Megalogwiff's zeppelin, especially considering size, shape and apparent flying characteristics. Makes me wonder how flammable Megalogwiff's are.
Wow, some people are so literal with their reading of the script. Try reading it as an actual conversation with back-and-forth and the use of metaphor and the meaning should flow easily, without having to assume there is off-screen knowledge.
Wanda wrote:That was an interesting bit of fiction you told your Chief Warlord. I don't think he believed it.
The line comes after a bit of uncomfortable silence--important enough to be marked with a blank panel. Wanda is not referring to some offscreen conversation or knowledge (how would Wanda know WTH Duncan knows?), she is saying that Jillian's confession was scripted to be heard by Jillian's own troops. The "Chief Warlord"--not referred to by name--was just a convenient target representing this group. And Wanda's statement is not meant to be taken literally--she doesn't actually believe that; she is downplaying Jillian's words to preserve her pride; it's her way of saying Jillian was needlessly sappy. (She was. But sappy is ok in this context.
Jillian wrote:But I do have a special charm that protects me from you.
And this is not an actual charm, as in a physical item or magical enchantment. (Though it may be love charm.) It's Jillian's counter to Wanda's dismissal: "You know you can't quit me."
I just don't want to see misaimed speculation targeting a completely illusory "how does Wanda know Duncan's intel?". Discuss something that actually happened.
Like heir-on-caster love.