Zeku wrote:Well it's nice we finally got a panel that wasn't just a box. But unfortunately, this dramatic angle, coupled with the deeply unhappy dittomancer means...
That both Parson and Charlie are about to get a lot of interesting new information.
Drahken wrote:Ah, I didn't think of that, that the dead one is the original and the live one is the double. But then that begs the question: if the double really IS exactly the same and no one, not even he, realizes the difference, does it really matter? Then we start getting into all sorts of metaphysical quandaries about "what is identity?" and "what is the matrix" and all that jazz. If the duplicate is indistinguishable from the original, and can perform all of the same functions, including ruling the side, is there really a difference between the two? It's like the movie The Prestige.
Raza wrote:Still disappointed in the Archons. With Ossomer's leadership bonus gone, it feels like they should be doing much better. What happened to multicolored special effect disintegration rays, to veils and confounding tricks, to 'total battlespace saturation' where (these exact same) ~30 archons concentrated simultaneous shockamancy fire on a single mounted figure from across a capital airspace with 100% accuracy? These same units supposedly had a nigh-certain probability of capturing GK in TBFK, which had at least as much force left then as the JS flying group has now, and they didn't have a leadership bonus then, either.
Seems this round they're reducing to flying archer infantry with a flashy re-skin. They're missing a lot, doing low damage when they hit, and generally dusting at the slightest touch from inferior units.
Bad news for Jetstone: The clock is running. How long does a Dittomancer's duplicate last?madmaw wrote:Do doubles leave bodies...or do they think they are the original?
╒╦╧╬╩╦╦╛ wrote:Ho that body will be such a nice addition to the decrypted troops...
"The king is dead! Long [un]live the king!"
technojunkie wrote:Man, I can't wait to see the perspective of a decrypted Slately.
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