badninja wrote:Whoops, I wonder who made the blunder here. I guess that this battle is going to be fast there seem to be quite a few fliers there and does Jetstone have the appropriate units to fight this way? Now are they going to take the casters alive or try and decrypt them? From what is given in the comic all would have some use to GK forces.
ReccaSquirrel wrote:I doubt that it will go fast. If they expected it to go quickly, I doubt they'd have bothered to have Parson even in the war room. Even if they would have had him there regardless, this battle isn't going to be over quickly. Ossomer and Tramennis are present together, they aren't going to be push overs or croak in a hurry. Also, all of Jetson's casters are present. They will be able to make this fight last. There is going to be a lot at stake in this fight so I don't expect a quick resolution.
y'know, I don't think there's going to be a fight at all. At least not at the bridge.
Every unit Ansom mentioned in the last panel is a flying unit or mounted to fly - it seems like a Parson trick to get Jetstone to move everything to the bridge, and once confirmed ("in that hex there?"), they overfly it and hit the capital from the air. Fewer defenders (and only one caster left?) - easy (easier?) pickings.
EDIT: ok, finally got to the first page of posts (built up bad habit of reading back-to-front, since some threads have so many posts it's impossible to get through ), looks like quite a few guys have said it's gonna be a "skip round and hit capital" trick already
anyways, looks like there's always some major flaw/weakness in Jetstone's princes eh? Ossomer talks/reveals too much. Ansom ... well we already know.
Hrm, then again maybe Ossomer was being cunning/lying? (seems doubtful, though)