Alas, Wrigley, the Titans have taken you again far to soon. Every named character shall have a resolution of some sort, for the writers are truly great. Excellent update. It does seem a fitting close for Wrigley, and it was nice seeing into his head again, although it was "the more things change the more they stay the same" for him (other then being happier this time).
I wonder if he got the nameless, 1st lv Jetstone Warlord. I couldn't tell for sure if it was implying he used his spear to kill her or just kill someone, anyone (just have to use that spear once). It looks he succeeded either way.
I do wonder who that good 1st lv warlord was. Perhaps she was the one we saw mourning the loss of Oss. I'm going to assume so. Now that just leaves the fate of I. Brows (my personal Scarlet of book two) - until it is shown otherwise I'm going to believe it was he who chopped off Ford's leg.
Nice to see some more detail on the battle -Ford tried to rush at Trem but got taken out by another Jetstone stack. Sounds like the whole battle went pretty much Jetstone's way from the word go and they few men and women, a good result.
(name here) wrote:Well, that's an interesting insight into unlead stacks. Also, looks like ford took an enemy warlord with him after all.
I don't know, that seems like something Wrigley would mention/think on - more important and inspiring then the fact he stabbed and failed to kill the LFN that squashed him, since it would be the one success to come out of Ford's action (charge stopped before getting anywhere near the target, getting his leg cut off and then getting dusted).
krko wrote:Trammenis is very much a warlord and has no cape. Duncan too.
I don't think they count as normal warlords - chief warlords/princes/princesses tend to have very individualistic looks, while the rest of the Jetstone warlords we have seen have a very similar uniforme. Which isn't to say I disagree - though as I say above I'm not fully sure what the result was. I'm assuming after this battle we'll see Trem getting a report on the losses.
badninja wrote:So we see a lowly stabber kill a level 1 warlord. We knew this battle was going to be over fast and it was interesting to see that the forces that where left at the bridge knew that after loosing all their leadership. Nice to see the battle wrap up here but how well everyone react to the return of Parson, the man who brought down Ansom? I feel that everyone but Charlie is going to take this decision worth a grain of salt until it is to late.
They might not even know the significance, unless Parson makes a habit of telling them. We don't know if Ansom communicated with his father and brothers that GK had a strange CW by the name of Parson.
oslecamo2 wrote:And those people dying aren't just faceless mooks. They each have their own dreams and mind and ambition. But that doesn't stop the cruel erfworld from taking them.
It's not about introducing interesting characters and them discarding them. It's about showing that people are dying in the middle of all this conflict, not just mindless game miniatures.
And so my time with the Tardy Elves draws to a close, and I am let to ponder how the experience will... eh, I'll finish later. No need to rush.