BCCroaker wrote:Don King is apparently using Rhyme-o-Mancy to calm internal disputes. From the (very nice) picture it seems to be working as we see a satisfied Benjamin (who presumably provided the poem) looking on. So Rhym-o-mancy is about manipulating emotions in others - not a big surprise.
Hmm, I think that part refers to Ben himself, who used his rhuyme-o-mancy skills to write a rant:
But when circumstances are chancy,
Perchance he enchants,
He incants, he
Cancels the antsy
With a rant
"He knows" refers to the author of the poem throughout, a Money-mancer or Math-a-mancer. Not King Don or King Slately, I believe. "With a rant in Rhyme-o-mancy" is the big give away, because that's what the author of the poem is doing, not the king.
Ben is not happy, in other words.
Hmm, Ben Franklin broke away from the English crown and was one of the founding members of the USA. I wonder if the Erfworld version is predisposed to revolt against royal rulers?
it?" Dan, I'm not a Republic serial
villain. Do you seriously think I'd explain my master-stroke
if there remained the slightest chance of you affecting its outcome?
I did it thirty-five minutes ago.
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