Glenn wrote:If Ace is an unusual caster, that may be because he wasn't originally intended to be a caster. He thinks he popped as a Dollamancer because Jetstone's former Dollamancer got killed, and "Jetstone was Fated to have a Dollamancer". Maybe whatever process creates Units started to create Ace as a normal Jetstone Warlord, and then when it suddenly needed to supply Jetstone with a new Dollamancer, modified his design to make him a Dollamancer. So he has the physical strength and personality of a Jetstone Warlord, and the talents of a Dollamancer. Which would seem to make him much better qualified to wield the Arkenhammer than Stanley.
Simons Mith wrote:I think this might be a telling update about how clueless Erf leaders typically are about the true capabilities of their casters. All these different types of casters, itching to do cool stuff in the service of their side, and yet forced to carry on doing the banal stuff that worked before because their leaders are too conservative to give them free rein. OK, maybe it's just Jetstone that's like this, but I suspect most sides suffer from it to some degree.
hidufel wrote:so anyone notice the use of the name lord Ace hardware, here? as in the hardware store? the place you go to buy TOOLS? like as in, a pair of pliers? or a hammer? perhaps even an antenna dish? and here we have an unusual caster with unusual ideas on how to use his creativity. perhaps a possible arkentool in the making?
Ditto wrote:And c'mon, doesn't actionmancy just roll off the tongue?
fjolnir wrote:mentioned previously, it's the Erf Equivalent of a Light Bulb...
Snowtitan wrote:I'm Sorry, am I the only one who thinks Ace is arrogant, Really my vote is for Ace to die horribly in the opening salvo