I<3ChocolateMilk wrote:BTW, loving how the FAQ units' livery makes them look like cabin crew.
In case of an emergency...
mortissimus wrote:Don might be able to defeat it by rethoric (he is a more imposing characther then Caesar), but otherwise it is going to be very interesting to see how the speculations match the rules. I do not think it will be resolved by crass blackmail, the situation has deteriorated to far.
Ytaker wrote:I wonder how a Caesar lead side would function...
Would they still interact with goblin knob?
Althernai wrote:They have to interact with Gobwin Knob simply by virtue of location. That said, there is no reason these interactions have to be hostile. One possible interpretation of Caesar's statement on Panel 8 ("And it shouldn't be our fight, necessarily. You know what I'm sayin'?") is that he may favor an alliance instead.
Urf wrote:Has Don appointed an Heir? I thought he was in the midst of popping a new Royal? What happens if he's croaked? All in all, he's not in a position to give the money that Slately needs.
However, Jillian has money now. How will SHE be getting the money to Slately?
If he dies Caesar becomes Translyvyto's Overlord.
Berserkas wrote:If he dies Caesar becomes Translyvyto's Overlord.
No. No, he doesn't. He needs to be designated an heir for that to happen, and he's a Royal, so he'd become a king. But he won't, since he's not designated.
Stanley, although not a Royal (promoted from the ranks) was designated heir. That's how he became an overlord. No designation? No getting to be leader.
BLANDCorporatio wrote:Parson you magnificent bastard, I'm reading your book!
So Slately isn't getting the gem? Hmmm ... the plot thickens.