Ansan Gotti wrote:
Parson is known to be an innovative thinker
and not as fanatic as Stanley and Wanda? Does Tram know it?
No, and that is why I said "might." Innovative thinkers are generally considered to be more open-minded than zealots, though, so I don't think it's a totally unreasonable assumption.
You totally ruined my post
The way you quoted it, makes it seem like an entirely different post. I didn't say that Parson is known to be an innovative thinker. My sentence:
zilfallon wrote:Parson is known to be an innovative thinker and not as fanatic as Stanley and Wanda? Does Tram know it? Does even Charlie know about it?
Meaning changes if you seperate "parson is.........thinker" part. I was quoting you, not expressing my opinion. You said that Parson is known to be an innovative thinker, and I asked if Tram really knew about it.
Ansan Gotti wrote:Because they've had numerous eyebook chats that specifically indicate Parson takes a rather irreverant view of Toolism.
Then could you link them please? I've searched for those but i could only find was chapters which said how Charlie
didn't care about Toolism.
Ansan Gotti wrote:I believe I have responded to everything you've raised and pointed out where there are weaknesses in your position, but you are of course free to disengage from this discussion whenever you choose.
You have replied to most i've posted in this last post. Everything before were clones of each other. Maybe i should have tried to disengage a few pages ago so people implied that i'm acting like a coward and tried writing different things
And I still don't understand why you believe an alliance is possible
with GK from Tram's point of view. Sure, Tram may not know much about Parson, but it's the ruler that matters. Not every ruler is like Slately and leaves everything to Chief Warlord. It would be a mistake for Jetstone to assume that, and they are aware of it so i don't see them making such an assumption. Stanley the "worm" is in charge, and he wants royalty gone. Tram's taking a huge risk if he's assuming that this Lord Hamster is just different than his ruler. As I said before (as a reply to a different question, but this needs the same line too), Parson refused peace even when the factions existence and his life was endangered.
I don't know if Parson is known to be an innovative thinker in Jetstone, but I'm sure he's known as someone who fights to the end. Thoughts?
Lamech wrote:If Wanda could decrypt across zones she likely would have simply croaked the purples and reds over the tower, decrpyted them and destroyed the tower. Since she hasn't done so it seems very likely that either a) GK is so sure of its victory that having a few dwagons use their first life to win sooner isn't worth it or b) no decrypting across zones. And under "a" Jetstone loses so planning for it is rather pointless.
Hmm, sounds good. I thought it was possible because of Jack's words:
"catch us as we fall" So what does it mean? Decrypt while
Trotsky wrote:I do not think he would accept the condition of Wanda being croaked, but I feel there was a pretty good chance of him coming to a reasonable compromise with Jetstone.
True but there's Stanley...Stanley will really HATE this decision and this might be problematic for Parson (who knows? maybe Stanley will just disband him in a temper tantrum), which is why I think Parson won't go for peace. But if Stanley doesn't disband Parson instantly, i think they can convince him to a temporary peace. But Stanley will attack Jetstone, sooner or later. I just can't imagine him being friendly with royals who claim titanic mandate. That
would be totally out of character, more than Tram skipping diplomacy is.