This is how Jillian ends up after Faq's fall, alone with her Gwiffons. Funny that.
OneHugeTuck wrote:If left rations can be poisoned, and if spies/losing sides active stuff is still active/spying when a city changes hands, then I would think this would be common knowledge, and then it seems to me that NO ONE WOULD EAT RATIONS FROM A LOSING SIDE and would know to look out for things like weird spooky eyed mannequins and spies and left over active threats.
Also, clothesrack heard Jillian say 'Faq' and Bart say 'Jillian'. Oops.
It's probably quite a rare occurance, the Doll thing must surely require a certain types of magic. While most Sides would likely raze a City instead of poisoning the wells. That said, even if the posion thing was known, it would still be a nuisance for an invader if they were planning to stay.
The real danger here isn't that Haffaton know Jillian's name and that of her Side. It's that they've seen her, in the same armour and colours worn by a certain 'Lady Warlord', in the company of a fresh Warlord in the same armour and colours. If they put two and two together, which they almost certainly will, they'll know she's been reinforced very recently, which means her Side is located either somewhere close to where she was spotted the first time, or somewhere along her route to Diecast. They also know the Side is short of money, that itself may prove to be a problem.
sheepfly wrote:Guess it's not a good idea to eat the fruit of the poisoned tree, after all.
This. Poisoned provisions. Really nasty trap for any invaders. I'm surprised Jillian didn't know about it. You'd think at least one side would have had that happen to them. Maybe another negative side-effect of being a bubble kingdom?
Also, creepy doll spy.
Dead men tell no tales. Also, she probably doesn't talk to Haffaton's neighbours that often, too close to home and all that.