name lips wrote:Parson is going to be very much in need of someone who can stop the inferno.
I don't think that's so much of a problem as some think. Red dwagons seem to be immune to fire, so while their breath weapons aren't directly helpful, they can get right in and fly water to the source, after city is captured so they can fly again. Indirectly, they could create a controlled burnt out area that stops fires from progressing into safe areas. And I note that the purple (whcih survived the building collapse) did a decent job of putting out flames where it just hit. Collapsing buildings onto fires does smother them.
Parson doesn't have to save the entire city from flames... just create a safe region the fire can't get to.
@banzaiJoe: Your frame count seems... off. There are only 13 frames, and 7 is "Boom-oom-oom" with no Parson at all.
As for the appearance of grabbing Jack, that is probably unintended, but if it is, I'd suggest it equates Jack to another tool that broke in Parson's service. He is now losing close friends to this fight. He'll have a new choice to make at the end of Book 2. Will he continue to abandon erfworld to its fate, or embrace War to create Peace?
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