Lamech wrote:Umm... no? It isn't close to impossible. This very day Kingworld devestated GK off turn from a different zone.
Really? I coulda sworn Vanna cast that spell while standing on the very balcony Tram and Slately are currently using.
Battlecwap can be used and Tram knows it.
And had a response.
The volcano trap was multi-hex off-turn.
And was a Trimancer link used by defending units.
Turnamancy can be used to move off-turn.
No Turnamancers on GKs side here.
... *sigh* Either a) Tram knows or suspects that Kingworld was a link-up. or b) he doesn't.
Trams own words suggests he does. In which case he's safe unless GK has a Turnamancer who can create a link off turn in another hex. Since it appear that he credits Charlie with kingworld...not Jillian or Vanna...then the question you are positing is....what are the odds Charlie would cast Kingworld a second time and, if he can create the link without direct physical contact at range, does GK have a Turnamancer in hex he can link with to actually cast that Turnamancy spell?
I think we can rule out another Kingworld.
justamessenger wrote:Have we ever seen Wanda try to decrypt anyone across a hex boundary? Do we know whether or not it is possible?
You mean...cast a Croakamancy spell across a zone boundary?
Regarding the need for a Thinkamancer: how certain is Tramennis that GK does not have a Turnamancer, or a Thinkamancer in range?
Fairly sure. In range is inside the city. Can't cast cast spells across zone boundaries off turn.
Charlie wasn't nearby when Vanna ended GK's turn.
No...but Charlie was already linked.
Are we positive that a Thinkamancer is 100% necessary? (Even the wiki says 'apparently.')
Yes.....since thats a special power of Thinkamancers. We're told this.
If, in response to the Thinkamancy/Turnamancy link, you say, well Charlie didn't NEED to be present, the Arkendish was the means by which he facilitated Kingworld, then...what about the other Arkentools? If one can reach across boundaries, why not the others?
Because Thinkamancy is the magic of communication. Crossing hexes and boundaries is part of its role in game. You don't for example, see Stanley using his hammers shockamancy at targets several hexes away. To date, the tools, provide an unmatched power in certain specific magic fields...but those spells to date currently obey the known Erfworld laws.
Take the pliers...they can uncroak multiple units, do so quickly, keeps them fresh and reduces their upkeep to zero. Wanda without the pliers can uncroak multiple units, and if she takes the time she can create better uncroaked while reduced unit upkeep is a game function mentioned occasionally. But Croakamancy spells are subject to zone boundaries and theres no indication the powers granted by the pliers break this rule.
Again...no reason why Tram should assume a law of physics will be broken.