ftl wrote:When the king goes mad, the side goes bad - but it would be the case even without any natural magic, but because a mad king is going to screw up managing his side. No magic necessary - just plain old screwups will do the trick. It could be just an expression of the fact that no matter how powerful or well-off a side is, if the ruler goes mad they'll take their side down with them.
Jusr wanted to say, this is correct, common sense and what have you.
But people couldn't leave well enough alone, and in some stories there is, in fact, a magical connection between the life of the king and the life of the kingdom. Which affects even things that bad rulership should not, like the weather.
We don't have any evidence that this happens in Erfworld, and besides, Erfworld is built on more recent memes rather than old Arthurian legends, but hey.
Alexei P wrote:Aaaaand... Don King is added to the list.
Must be some obscure rule about female royals and super-strong pheromones. That's the only explanation I see.
Heh, Queen Bees. Well, I wouldn't add anyone to any list, they were there already as far as I thought. I'm happy that I can add someone to the Not-Liking-Jillian list, specificaly Ben. Who for once is a sympathetic AND apparently calm character to be there.
I wonder though, if the ability to lay a rhyme is mancy, does that make -
The whole point of this is lost if you keep it a secret.