Zolon wrote:Foreshadowing or clever red herring?
cloudbreaker wrote:So is Al a vampire like Caesar and Vinny? Or a man like the people on the galleon? He couldn't (or didn't) fly, and Jillian took note of this which leads me to believe that she expected him to be able to. And in the picture he had pointy ears, so that leads me to believe he is a vampire after all (although the Spock look-alike had pointy ears too).
But if he is a vampire, I find it funny that the guy who has to walk instead of fly is the heavy one.
HandofShadows wrote:The fish might have been metaphor. It was stabbed in the heart.
The city had a regent warlord named Al Frappacino, an enormous, tanned man in a beige toga with gold garlands. He greeted Caesar with theatrical respect.
Someone call my name?SteveMB wrote:Zolon wrote:Foreshadowing or clever red herring?
Obviously not very clever, if it just sat there and let itself get speared like that.
Pax wrote:... and maybe, really, that's what being Disbanded means: noone provides for you; you're stuck tracking down and acquiring your own "provisions", and god help you if you're not a capable combat type? Or else, you have to earn schmuckers with which to BUY those provisions from someone who IS combat-capable?
Benementat wrote:I have the sneaking suspicion that Jillian is a princess in more than just name only. It may be that Jetstone has adopted her and she is not just royalty to an empty FAQ, but also Jetstone royalty. Declaring an heir to a unit that already has the royal sub-type and bonuses might actually be cheaper than popping a new one, as well as being much more effective mechanincs-wise. What think ye?
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