Given that these are the "fat Elvis" titans, it's very possible that they were high on speed and forgot to take their tools with them...Chit Rule Railroad wrote:Was there a hint somewhere that the Arkentools were left behind by "accident"?
That's actually not the definition of a bubble kingdom. FAQ was called a bubble kingdom, and very much needed to send Jillian and other forces out to act as hired mercenaries in order to make their upkeep. I don't think this is canon, but I do not believe that a philosopher king who was attempting to keep his 3 cities hidden would have allowed Jillian to roll out with a bunch of units and potentially expose their existence to any other side.Kreistor wrote:One thing a lot of people miss is the true meaning of "bubble kingdom". A bubble kingdom is a kingdom that can exist without attacking it's neighbours. (Some people misinterpret it as a kingdom that can hide from everyone.)
The first fall: So, you're saying that Wanda was lucky to have been attacked within the confines of the capitol and last city of her side, and to have been knocked off of her mount and incapacitated by the fall, requiring a healing scroll to survive the turn? Really?oslecamo2_temp wrote:-Wanda surviving very dangerous falls twice by now.
The second fall: So, you're saying that Wanda was lucky to have been trapped by heretofore unknown turn ending magics within the arc of fire of enemy archers and casters enough to eliminate her air force, to have her CWL determine that the sole hope for survival is to croak the dwagons of that air force and fall to the ground, risking both death by fall and exposure to all of the remaining forces of that enemy? Really?
That word you keep using (luck), I do not believe that it means what you think it means.