Simons Mith wrote:Now he's compos again, but he's plainly still cast in the same mould as Feste from Twelfth Night. Who is one of my favorite characters, and has a lot to him.
Not only Feste, but also Touchstone in As You Like It and the Fool in King Lear. Shakespeare's fools tend to talk in riddles, but also tend to be the wisest of all his characters. Hence Jack's insight that Parson will not absolve himself of moral consequences by aiding Stanley in building an army. It's usually the comic characters that break the fourth wall, like Puck at the end of Midsummer Night's Dream, although this comic is probably referential enough without Jack turning to the imaginary camera and saying: "And so our hero ends his turn with cold dismays/ our next update won't be for a few more days."
MarbitChow wrote:I think it's unlikely that Wanda would get that ability, since we haven't seen Stanley get such an ability with Dwagons.
However, I'm sure Wanda's Archons are filming and sending her any items that they might think she'd be interested.
Or Charlie dressed up one of his archons via a dollamancer with black and skulls and sent her in to spy. If he hasn't done it already he probably will at some point.