DevilDan wrote:.. but that'll be his last resort, I'd guess.
AL_Lagarto wrote:You know, why aren't they still using the eyebooks? I know Charlie has shown an ability to hack the eyebooks, but that would just make me suspicious of the security of plain ol' Thinkagrams with regards to Charlie. If I were in Parson's shoes, I would be introducing the magic of cryptography to Erf, or at least discuss the possibility.
technojunkie wrote:A new duomancer link? Think-manthamancy for secure comms...
Sonic Screwdriver wrote:There's been a reference where Parson suggested against using the Eyebooks in the field because of Charlie's potential hacking. I suspect something as advanced as cryptography would be difficult to teach, because they haven't shown the concept of learning a language; and phrasebooks only work for predetermined plans, which won't help for new ones like Parson's doing now.
Decorus wrote:Parson is being extra special paranoid, which is a good idea.
Decorus wrote:Charlie can't read Parson's notes that he writes in the Eyebooks.
Charlie can hack the books to talk to Parson.
We haven't had any indication that Charlie can read messages Parson sends to other people.
Parson is being extra special paranoid, which is a good idea.
The Eyebooks seem to work like an IM program so if Charlie were listening in he would also appear.
1condor12 wrote:could the dwagons be turned into the "bricks" from the previous scenario? let them get croaked and then aim them at the archers as they fall. this was probably allready proposed.
1condor12 wrote:ok i have a wild speculation on parsons ugly idea. In the summer updates parson talked about a non archer trying to hit a far away target. Maggie and sizemore said that there was no problem with a unit (on the tower) attacking a unit in the courtyard. that is attacking across city boundaries.
splintermute wrote:3) they block all units, although a unit can penetrate a boundary by expending 1 move
The slowest of her two gwiffons still had a dozen move left. They didn't take much penalty for flying in mountains and none in hills,
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