Banjooie wrote:I don't know. I am really more than willing to sit through the most enthralling conversation I have seen out of Erfworld thus far.
Malanthyus wrote:I think that Don King is trying to explain something about the Royal's perspective to jillian, but I'm not sure I get it.
joosy wrote:I can't think of a better way to learn the formalities and faux niceties of etiquette and ritual than from this world's version of organized crime.
DevilDan wrote:The Don doesn't want to put her through charm school. He does need to convince her that there is some use for royalty.
Glenn wrote:Perhaps the only way Parson could establish a real democracy on Erfworld is if he changes the rules so that everyone popped is a Royal?
BarGamer wrote:No, I don't think she would've asked to find the latrine. Something so... "basic" would've sent the wrong message, as it were. By asking him to refer to her familiarly, and also down-playing her title, she sent the message, "I'm not comfortable with my rank, and the associated responsibilities. In fact, I don't want it." Don looked sad because he now knows that she will not be a good leader of men. A good leader of TROOPS, maybe. Don now has even less of a reason to trust Jillian, because he knows that she'll be against becoming Faq Royalty again. But he might have to force her to, either morally (which he knows very little about Jillian's,) physically (HAH!) or psychologically. If I were Don King, I would go the latter route: show her the view of his city or something, invoke the memory of Ansom, convince her to "grin and bear it," possibly rescue Ansom and Wanda from the foul clutches of Stanley, stuff that he knows has a chance of working, from the debriefing.
PS: Bunny's chewing gum or something?
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