Chevalier wrote:Interesting - looks like the riders (except hobgobwins) are croaking their mounts. Will they disappear? Will they also fall to ground, as we can see the yellow dwagons start to do? And will the now-heavy hobgobwins also get harvested?
Also interesting is where Parson was going with his musings on creating a self-sustaining, even positive-output side - will he try to split and do this later?
Wrathwind wrote:Well I'm guessing that the dwagons w/ riders harvest the riderless dwagons first then harvest theirs to fall this is getting really really good, and thx rob on the fast updates I was going crazy there for a bit
Sixty wrote:Obviously the mystery caster has no particular feelings one way or the other about Parson, he simply heard "cue the Benny Hill music" and gave chase, compelled to do so by forces outside his control.
build6 wrote:It's true, we're all gay for Tramennis, even if we're straight
Knight13 wrote:Aside from the harvesting thing and the possibility of self-sufficiency, this klog gives us another interesting bit of information. In order for a kingdom to maintain an army large enough to defend itself from its neighbors, it has to attack other kingdoms, since the cities alone don't produce enough shmuckers to pay upkeep. I always wondered how the constant war thing was enforced, turns out it's a neat little vicious circle.
Foolamancer wrote:So the hobgobwins are croaking their dwagons, presumably with the intent to harvest.
...I am at a loss as to how, exactly, this wins Parson the battle, though.
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