blackcitadel9 wrote:Lacking the right and lacking the ability are 2 different things I'll grant you. But if he starts screaming and yelling. I don't think Parson or Wanda will take it this time. As for Duty, Loyalty or Obedience? If Parson can break the rules of the world, I reckon those won't affect him overmuch in this case. He held Gobwin Knob using his own initiative (so it's ruined- big whoop, it can be built anew), he didn't sell out, and he did what he was summoned to do. And it's still possible they don't actually hold any sway over him in the first place.
Jetstone might not need or even want her, but Jillian has asked her to turn at least twice, and during the second time Gobwin Knob was w/o their leader and seriously booped. So thanks to her toy she would’ve had access to the alliance. And while the Coalition would've been wary of her she would've at least sided with the winning team that had an Arkentool she could try to steal somehow.teratorn wrote:We don't know the general feeling about croakamancy and torture in Erfworld. Why would Jetstone need her? The good thing about Stanley is that he can be told what to do.
It can also depend if there is a backstory between the Croatans and Jetstone. The words uttered by Wanda when she fell in the courtyard may not be about Jillian.
InInUrForumz wrote:Or, to point on the obvious... Jillian is the sort of fighter to go straight for the enemy group's leader. Stanley had an attuned Arkentool, and (presumably), whoever the mercenary group was going to be fighting didn't have a Tool at all, attuned or not. Staying home would have probably been MUCH more dangerous for her.
nerf-dweller wrote:BarGamer wrote:Now check out the close ups of Jack on page 110. What's one defining visual characteristic of Jack's that's apparent? His wild looking hair. He's got cowlicks sticking up everywhere. Look at the long shot of Jack in panel 2 of page 144. See the wild hair. Now look back to panel 3 of page 82. Look carefully at the hair of the man kneeling immediately to the left of Banhammer. Wild hair. If that's not Jack, I'll be Stanley's lackey for next book two.
Welf von Ehrwald wrote:My conclusion: Wanda really booped up. She overestimated her faction and greatly underestimated Stanley. He may be not the greatest strategic, but he knows how to crush a city.
gameboy1234 wrote:Welf von Ehrwald wrote:My conclusion: Wanda really booped up. She overestimated her faction and greatly underestimated Stanley. He may be not the greatest strategic, but he knows how to crush a city.
Also a thought on this point: I agree that the best strategy had Jillain been at Faq during the attack would be for Jillain to attack Stanley directly. Jillain might have croaked saving the city. So, Wanda, who seems to have been friends with Jillain, waited until Jillian was way out in the field before contacting Stanley.
Wanda may have thought Faq would prevail, but I'm sure she knew some units under Faq would be croaked, and Wanda didn't want those units to include Jillian.
My 2 schmuckers.
While I don't disagree with your conclusion, I just wanted to add one picture of Jack in his working clothes. He's wearing a hat, and the hair style isn't obvious, but that's what he wore. I think those green robes everyone is wearing might just be a Faq or Banhammer thing.
Whispri wrote:The eyes have it,
nerf-dweller wrote:Yea I know 3 is supposed to the limit for caster linkups. But why can't the Arkendish allow that rule to be broken?
Lothmar wrote:I find it odd that you dont see the predictamancer in Stanleys service, I think she knew what was going to happen and either simply left or was killed in the invasion; But titans knows why Stanley or his forces would kill such a valuable asset on purpose.
Im trying to imagine how dangerous a masterclass predictamancer would have been at Stanleys side and if they would be in their current status.
Welf von Ehrwald wrote:
Maybe she is still there, along with other Faq units. If Stanley only croaked Banhammer, raided all valuables and flew away, some hiding units could have survived, now freezed in time.
Infidel wrote:...my guess is some variation or interpretation of Japanese court dress. This also goes with Jillian's green armor looking a lot like Japanese loricated wood armor that samurai were known to wear.
jamie wrote:There's another Tokusatsu reference way early in Erfworld. You get a nice "no-prize" if you can spot it.
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