Sixty wrote:Obviously the mystery caster has no particular feelings one way or the other about Parson, he simply heard "cue the Benny Hill music" and gave chase, compelled to do so by forces outside his control.
AJ_Impy wrote:I wonder if Benjamin refers to Zephaniah as well as Franklin?
Sygerrik wrote:"Cancels the antsy" makes me think the purpose of this "rant" is to blow off steam
and increase loyalty among Transylvitians.
oslecamo2 wrote:Hmm, aparently bad spending of your treasury is enough to drop your forces loyalty.
Altough I'm still wondering why exactly the Don is betting so much in Jillian when he cold've easily taken the FAQ cities for himself and then deploy his warlord+bat swarm combo.
oslecamo2 wrote:Altough I'm still wondering why exactly the Don is betting so much in Jillian when he cold've easily taken the FAQ cities for himself and then deploy his warlord+bat swarm combo.
Welf von Ehrwald wrote:What ho, the kingdom and the King?
They're the same flippin' thing.
He knows: when the King goes mad, then the side goes bad.
Because there are not enough tinfoil hat theories in the world: does that indicate that there's some natural thinkamancy, that influences a units side and makes them susceptible for a ruler's attitude? Makes a mercenary ruler like Don king his subjects mercenary, or a "mentally limited" ruler like Stanley his units "limited"?
For once, what's holding up updates is the writing itself. I'm not blocked, but I literally had to plot out the rest of the issue before I could write this next text update and page. I didn't want to miss (or blow) any details. Now that I know exactly what happens and in what order, the writing should be a lot smoot...
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.
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.
name lips wrote:Yes it's filler. But I'm willing to bet that it's not slowing down the arrival of the next page at all. It's not like they're sitting on a completed page, and decided to toss out this poem instead. The page will be posted when it's finished.
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