shai-hulud wrote:I'm just surprised Stanley didn't flip out when Wanda called him "Lord". He gave explicit orders that he is now to be referred to as "Tool", not "Lord".
Also, since Wanda is also a Tool now, calling Stanley by that title would imply they're equals which would eventually piss him off. Eventually being several months from now probably, but still.shai-hulud wrote:I'm just surprised Stanley didn't flip out when Wanda called him "Lord". He gave explicit orders that he is now to be referred to as "Tool", not "Lord".
Goshen wrote:Finally, I really am looking forward to Stanley meeting the new Ansom. Stanley is small minded enough to take his insecurities out on Ansom, make him grovel, etc.
cloudbreaker wrote:I could definitely see Stanley gloating to Ansom about 'his' victory. However, I'm thinking it may prove ultimately unsatisfactory to Stanley. After all, Ansome is now part of the Gobwin Knob side so Stanley would be rubbing it into Ansom's face that Ansom's new side won.
Quite the conundrum.
Goshen wrote:I think Stanly is a little afraid of Wanda, because.....
Hatu wrote:BarGamer wrote:GODS, I wish Parson would find his own ArkenTool. As someone with an idiot for a boss, I sympathize with him in the worst way.
Personally, I'm in no hurry. One of the things I liked about the end of Book 1 was the contrast between Wanda and Parson. Wanda was willing to sacrifice everyone around her in order to blindly fullfil her prophecy and get an ArkenTool, whereas Parson refused to be controlled by fate no matter what perks it gave him. Giving Parson an ArkenTool of his own would muddle that contrast.