moose o death wrote:he seems excited about having ansom as a minion. i wonder if he thinks he can use ansom and put parson on toilet duty
Coming from Stanley, he'll want to rub it in Ansom's face who just won and unwinnable battle. So if anyone's going to be on toilet duty, my money is on the Radish Prince.
Killer Angel wrote:The Tool seems surprised by the new city: still, for rebuilding the city, it must be the Overlord that orders the payment from the treasury.
So, was Maggie that asked Stanley (at the beginning of the turn, before the movement) to give such an order? It seems strange that one like him, accept to give such an order without seeing before the place.
Maybe it's Thinkamancy? The city is popped to suit the personality of the ruler, and its specific details are not consciously chosen, perhaps.
Sintar07 wrote:I think this update actually revealed something very interesting about Stanley. It points out that he refused to have a logo because they were royalist. Apparently, he didn't want to assosciate himself with the royals. Of course, he also likes the new emblem, so he's apparently not a very strong idealist, but it's still quite a big thing coming from him.
Maybe he really is that strong an idealist. The banners bear an uncanny ressemblance to soviet "power of the working man" propaganda posters and look hardly like a crest at all. So again, maybe not a conscious decision but the city creating these to reflect his outlook at the world? Down with the monarchy, power to the working class and all that jazz?
And Stanley starting to care about names? Woah there. Wow.
*EDIT* As for the "feel" of the banner, it's kind of similar to these one's, right?
So now I really think Stanley the Plaid just turned into a serious threat to Erfworld. Not that he's a commie, but still... fear the Tool.
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