Krennson wrote:Ok, assume Wanda works for stanley, and has at least minimal loyalty and duty stats in regard to stanley.
Assume that wanda, PERSONALLY, cannot attack stanley without auto-disbanding.
BUT, Ansom is loyal to wanda, but apparently, is NOT loyal to stanley. If ansom were loyal to stanley, duty would compel him to inform stanley that he believed wanda to be acting against the best interests of Gobwin Knob.
Also, since he is Chief Warlord, his loyalty/duty should be enhanced.
However, it isn't clear if he disagrees with the plan itself. Parson has said that it is the best possible plan, given the circumstances. Also, telling Stanley would probably result in a worse plan being implemented.
Can Wanda order ANSOM, to attack Stanley? Can Ansom decide, ON HIS OWN, that wanda's best interests are served by him attacking stanley, even when wanda gave no such order?
He should auto-disband, in the same way the Wanda would auto-disband if he tried it. (esp since he is Chief Warlord). Also, Stanley can disband him with a thought, so it would have to happen while he was sleeping.
Ofc, since coups happen, this effect cannot be absolute.
If Ansom isn't loyal to stanley, ANSOM may be able to attack without disbanding.
hen he can order them to revolt, or leave them in the optimum position to revolt, if and when they draw their own, personal, conclusions.
Conspiracy is also supposed to be disallowed.
"Duty - Affects Commanders only. Has higher effect on Warlords, highest on Chief Warlord. Requires us to use our own initiative in the service of the Ruler. Can't withhold information, can't conspire against the Ruler."
However, perhaps there is a fine line between conspiracy and falling in due diligence.
Also, duty is probably a stat, so isn't absolute. Maybe, making a unit Heir drops their duty stat (perhaps even more than making them Chief Warlord increases it).