Squishalot wrote:It just struck me - I wonder what changed in between now and when Stanley attacks.
Fabo wrote:Unless they do it to encourage dwagon presence in the surrounding mountains, which would be a boost to the image of impenetrability of the mountains. Unless you happen to have an arkenhammer in your hand...
drachefly wrote:Spawn point? You're inventing things that aren't needed, and we also have contradictory data: Queen Jillian, popping in the same place, didn't pop a single caster. She attributed this to 'need'. Old-FAQ certainly needs casters a lot more than anything else. Something's different: temperament and objective.
I used to think it was simply side temperament, but then we saw the popping of Wanda, and 'need' came to make a bit more sense.
Also, capturing foreign casters as the opportunity arises could be a standing order.
GJC wrote:Two guys with basically the same name in a discussion about a character getting cloned.
There's gotta be a good joke in here somewhere.
DevilDan wrote:Excellent point about the various ways in which a caster-hungry Faq could obtain casters—except for the disbanding... seems overly brutal for Banhammer.
DevilDan wrote:drachefly wrote:As for capturing other casters, that seems unlikely to me given that casters are a valuable target and it is unlikely that Jill, leading a small mercenary force, would be likely to encounter many casters and would be unlikely to be allowed to keep any they did capture in the course of serving another side.
chefsotero wrote:Well since her first dutie is to FAQ I don't see Jill having any qualms in beaking aliance and running away if that means she can keep a extra caster for her side. I do agree that with a small force it would hard/unlikely for her to be able to capture a caster, but if she did, I don't think it would matter if her contractor would allow it or not (unless there were very heavy penalties for breaking contract).
Excellent point about the various ways in which a caster-hungry Faq could obtain casters—except for the disbanding... seems overly brutal for Banhammer.
Aquillion wrote:(Also, what else would they use them on? Trying to take over the world? Isn't that, well, insane?)
The Pink Warlord wrote:3) There is merit in the idea Banhammer sacrifice warlords so he can pop more warlords who might be casters but it seems unlikely as it is risky, expensive (Think how few Warlord Stanley had despite have half a million shmuckers in the treasury) and violent. He may hold his own warriors in contempt but I doubt he would betray them to their deaths.
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