Y'know Epilouge 8 still kind of bugs me...
Really its just that Wanda seems to have no Qualms at all about fighting Charlie. Considering what she thought about reuniting the tools and how she thought that Charlescomm would be the last side they would fight with, i would think she'd question the action more. Like she would feel crossed at the idea, worried that a war with Charlie might be taking the "hard way"... I mean, Stanley got on board pretty quick, but he atleast took a moment to question if it was something the titans wanted. Even she ultimately did get on board with the idea, I would atleast like to see her get distressed over the idea. When it comes down to it, Wanda sees herself as tool of fate, and does not try to fight it, but she is always stressed about not knowing which way to go; something like war with Charlie is one of those things that should be setting off some red flags in her head.
MonteCristo wrote:The point You are missing is that Jillian likely did not have the shmuckers to rebuild her cities and thus the city and capital sites were useless to her.
Any city would have been a start, even just a tiny outpost. Once she has a treasury I'm sure she could find a way to save up enough to upgrade the city later.
MonteCristo wrote:I mean Charlie's loop hole, the supposed act of manipulating spawn rates to aid Stanely in destroying Faq was a compeltely unpredictable outcome for anyone but Marie(and that's something she might have kept silent about).
I find it hard to believe that loophole exists. That would be aiding a side in attacking Faq, and from the way they talk about Labeler it doesn't seem like he would have allowed a thing like that to be overlooked in the contract. I don't know for certain, but now more than ever I doubt Charlie was involved in Stanley finding those dwagons.
You again, Assume her purse could AFFORD to tunr a raze city into an outpost; heck considering who we are talking about a capitol site, we would likely be talking about building a lv 1 city
As for the loophole; that's why its a loop hole. Its an unforeseen hole in the deal that is ripe for exploitation. It allows one to violate the spirit of the contract while not actually violating the contract itself. YOU may call spawning dwagons near Faq a form of "aid", but as far as the titans and the contract are concerned, its not the kind of aid the contract was talking about; its just spawning dwagons, Charlies reasons for doing so are irrelevant. That's why it would be a loophole
Granted, i'm not really sure why Charlie would bother destroying Faq. I mean, he already had an iron clad deal that would keep them silent, and if he was willing to just croak them all, he could have do it hear and now, instead of striking a deal... really all he had to do was position some archons to make sure none of them escaped into the magic kingdom. Not to mention, as we saw with the fall of faq, some of the casters DID make it out alive by either joining gobwinknob or by escaping into the magic kingdom, making the attack rather pointless. Not to mention that Charlie came up with this contract LONG before the arken hammer was picked up by Stanley... no way he could have known here and now, that Faq would one day have a hostile neighbor capable of taming wild units that would be used for Faq's downfall... he would have come up with the idea of ending Faq AFTER he made the contract.
Eh, i don't know, i guess i just not a big fan of the idea of Charlie being involved in Faq's fall... guy's got enough villian points as it is and doesn't need to be part of EVERYTHING; really erfworld had never ending war, long before he showed up.