Kreistor wrote:Could they crash Tower? Destroy all the weapons of the defenders?
It wouldn't really matter. Olive just recasts the spell the next day.
That appears to be the case. Which means this isn't a winning spell that much. So effectively, you can preserve your units after taking a loss. So powerful, but significantly weaker than a turnamancer allowing off-turn move.
Oh, and it could totally matter. Here is the treaty agreement: "Okay, penalty of 1,000,000 million shmuckers and say... all units in this city. It will last for a 1,000,000 million turns, and oh yeah, Wanda wants to say her good buys and she can't really do it with all those people who just tried to feel her up watching or her new chief caster. Easily embarrased and all. So all units of Haffaton in the city now need to be in the tower until our next turn. Then we leave and she turns at the start of our turn. Good deal?"
Deal accepted then burn the tower to the ground. "You bastards! Breaking the treaty agreement like that. How could you after that offer of peace? Ah well, those million shmuckers and caster definitely make up for it."
Silvan wrote:Whats to prevent them from say. Placing a table next to Olive, placing something REEEALLY heavy and large and then pushing it off of the table onto her head?
Probably they just wouldn't think of it. It's the sort of thing that Parson would do, no doubt, but that sort of thinking outside the rules seems like something new that he brought to the table.
I assume that is probably the case. Or monkey pile Olive then drop the tower down. Or monkey pile her and set the room on fire. Or... as we can see this spell is not particularly OP. Its a good spell, but thinking cleverly can get around it. Even Wanda has figured out the smash the city down part of the deal.