Urf wrote:Ew is right.
Are you seriously suggesting royal tea by way of Mackenzie Phillips?
I can get behind the idea of it simply being a pun, but we're a context-juggling audience. Keys and gates, trains and cigars.
MarbitChow wrote:(Do we have any instances of a non-royal parent-child relationship yet?)
MarbitChow wrote:Olive the Hippiemancer's suggestions regarding Wanda sharing the bed with her and Tommy seems to indicate that it's not unheard-of, and might actually be pretty common.
0beron wrote:MarbitChow wrote:(Do we have any instances of a non-royal parent-child relationship yet?)
Yeah I have actually wondered about this as well. Overlord Firebaugh was clearly "Father" to Tommy and Wanda, but not to the other casters or warlords. But we have no idea why this even exists as a mechanic for non-royal sides...there HAS to be some benefit though, since what's the point in non-royals having "family"? (Keep in mind, everything in Erfworld has a purpose related to the "game")
multilis wrote:There could be a natural loyalty/moral bonus when dealing with family.
Saladman wrote:I had the opposite impression, that it took a Date-a-mancy wielding Hippiemancer to conceive and make the suggestion, not that its otherwise common.
0beron wrote:Saladman wrote:I had the opposite impression, that it took a Date-a-mancy wielding Hippiemancer to conceive and make the suggestion, not that its otherwise common.
Well to be fair, Olive is (as far as we know) JUST a Florist, so no Date-a-mancy was involved...but I agree, any notions that come from any Hippiemancer probably shouldn't be taken as always appropriate or common.
balder wrote:Fixed, thanks. It was a careless late-night edit after an exhausting con weekend.
multilis wrote:Some games had less likely to be betrayed/back stabbed if either your child or married to your child. Example: Genghis Khan turn based strategy game... was impossible for son or son in law to betray you.
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