Zeroberon wrote:Well it has already been stated that falling has essentially random outcomes. Height factors in marginally, but the chance of being croaked, incapacitated, or 100% ok are the same for any fall.
That second sentence of yours is rather interesting, Zero. So, height factors in, but the chances are still the same, you say?
asparagus wrote: MarbitChow wrote:
asparagus wrote:There's also the problem that with a King's double, a chief warlord, and several casters why is Cubbins needed for leadership?
He's not. But as one of the few remaining units left in the garrison (the main force is in the city right now), if he dies, the garrison falls, and if the garrison falls, all remaining units in the city are auto-captured.
Thanks. That's actually a lot clearer. I seem to be a bit slower now than I used to be.
No, you're not slow. The premise is just flawed. Let's see, Cubbins is alive and if he dies the garrison may fall. Let's go rescue Cubbins! Or perhaps, the garrison is about to fall, so let's just go keep that from happening. Because that's the important thing, right? Rescuing Cubbins becomes quite moot once you shove enough troops into the garrison to prevent it from falling, no? And, if you "rescue" Cubbins and remove him from the garrison, what was the point of the rescue again? To keep a living Jetstone unit in the garrison? Which you accomplished by shoving those units into the garrison, and not by rescuing Cubbins.
At least Tremm only says "I need to organize a charge" and not "I need to rescue Cubbins." Because shoving strength into the garrison needs to be the goal, not rescuing an unconscious and out of juice caster. That would be a waste of time which could cost the very existence of the side.
sheepfly wrote:But an alliance? When Parson has a hard enough time controlling people within his OWN side who already trust him & recognize him as the Perfect Warlord? No booping way.
I'm not sure I understand why this is such a topic for discussion.
Alliance is what GK is actively seeking. It's only because other sides refuse that they are conquering. Both Unaroyal and Jetstone have been offered alliance by GK, so why is it hard to understand that GK still wants and will actively seek alliances?
I'm not sure exactly how hits work but isn't there a number of hits a unit can take that makes them incapacitated rather than dead?
Zeroberon wrote:I don't believe so, at least it has never been mentioned. Either you're up, or you're croaked. Incapacitation is a special label that applies to a variety of special cases.
C'mon? Really? So Zero, all the images of injured characters are just fluff, and they are still 100% healthy and in no way actually injured? You really believe that?
Lamech wrote:Also I do believe that Ansom is king already. Otherwise why would Charlie need to call?
And again....Really? You actually believe this? Did you somehow miss King Slately using the natural thinkamancy that comes only with being the king of a side to determine that Cubbins was the only warlord/commander in the garrison?
wrecan wrote:Stanley is pompous and egocentric, but he doesn't think Tool-attunement replaces Nobility.
Aaaaaand yet again... Really? Yes, he does believe exactly that. He believes that attunement to a Tool of the Titans demonstrates a direct mandate from the Titans and is a far superior mandate than simply being popped as royalty can claim. Re-read Book 1 page 32
and page 33
Kaed wrote:Things became Incapacitated when they reach exactly 0 hits. It happens rarely because it's a thin threshold to fall under.
There are other cases. Incapacitated due to dwagon bubblegum. Incapacitated due to having a dead dwagon pin you beneath it. Incapacitation due to being in a net. Probably a number of other ways to be incapacitated that we simply haven't seen yet. All of those do not have to involve being at zero health.
Spiky wrote:Hmm...why can the archon cast while in that net?
Why do you think that the archon cast while in that net?