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It happens because I like to make things complicated.
And really, until it happens on screen, I can keep coming up with excuses/reasons for a conspiracy of casters. Already, it's been shown that casters are more independent from their side than more Rulers or Warlords guess, and the closest thing to direct evidence we've seen was Queen Bea saying "I'm going to go through the portal", then a cut away to her side disbanding. Maybe the portal killed her, maybe it was all the barbarian casters on the other side who had been told by her former casters that she wanted to croak.
That is not how logic works, sir. =/ I notice most of those 'serious' theories are put out by you. You're just taking some imcomplete parts and filling them in with ridiculous fantasies. Some of them actually have no bearing on the plot or really on anything except 'hey, what if...'
Look, if you hear a bird outside your window, and your friend points outside and says "What a pretty bird!" it probably means that hey, there is a bird outside your window, not that your friend is part of a secret conspiracy and there is really a recording device hanging from the tree branch playing bird sounds.
That is the kind of thing that insane people spew, like the hobos running around claiming the guv'ment put probes in their teefs. You can't prove it, but most people manage to figure out it's nonsense anyway.
Making things needlessly complicated doesn't mean it is true, or even really that plausible. I can't believe you actually believe this stuff you're writing, and I think it's just some form of entertainment for you, to see how many people you can get to play along. >_>
If there was really a secret murder-conspiracy in the Magic Kingdom that made every nearby caster zap someone - and let's ignore for the sake of it being even remotely plausible that the number of magic disciplines that actually can directly zap someone to death can probably be counted on less than two hands worth of fingers, unless you want to claim habokens are flying everywhere all the time - then after the second time Parson came in, they should all have turned and blasted him on sight, rather than one fairy god-person going "Oh my, a warlord! Someone stop him!"
And that's not even going into how most casters are kind of preoccupied with their daily business, so most of them would not even be paying attention to every single person that comes in through a portal! Parson coming in only attracted the nearby caster's attention immediately because he did something weird and fell through the ground. And if there was one, Jojo would also have been well in his rights to blast Parson since he KNEW he wasn't a caster, instead of resorting to some bizzare trick to try and teleport him home. And now everyone is worried more about him violating neutrality agreements rather than that, hey, he shouldn't even be here in the first place why don't we kill him.
There are a lot of reasons why this really doesn't work out, but I guess you can just make up a new excuse to counter each one of them, because Rob hasn't taken the time to explain out every tiny detail about his world to prevent you from diving into the cracks and spewing out imaginary nonsense.
I think I need to take five and catche a deep breath or three.
UNLESS someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It's not.