What ho, the kingdom and the King?
They're the same flippin' thing.
He knows: when the King goes mad, then the side goes bad.
Welf von Ehrwald wrote:Because there are not enough tinfoil hat theories in the world: does that indicate that there's some natural thinkamancy, that influences a units
oslecamo2 wrote:Hmm, aparently bad spending of your treasury is enough to drop your forces loyalty.
the_tick_rules wrote:Entirely pointless update.
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.
But when circumstances are chancy,
Perchance he enchants,
He incants, he
Cancels the antsy
With a rant
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