Whispri wrote:Actually, when Wanda became a Barbarian after the fall of Goodminton, she was able to sense the upkeep of the Units with her, all but her Horse being Uncroaked.
Upkeep can be 0.
That would involve sensing a 'lack'.
Oberon wrote:It's called a prequel for a reason. That reason isn't to set up an alternate timeline
Alternate to what? A few stories, that's all. Nevermind the Retconjuration hint dropping, there's just very little to contradict and it's all come from Wanda or people who've come in range of her memory dust.
vintermann wrote:No, I don't think it's a simple order. Try telling your dog to go out in the forest and become wild.
And even if you could command a unit to go feral/barbarian, you certainly couldn't count on the next unit meeting it being able to tame it. Or attack it. All in all it would be a very pointless thing to do.
Dogs can be lost. And that's without
natural Thinkamancy. See also the Clotheshorses Jetstone received in return for an annoying Warlord.
A tame animal isn't going to turn into a beserker as soon as it's set loose. I mean, if we were talking about a horse...
Azukar wrote:Interesting... Do we know who the Ruler of Haffaton is, yet? Any clues?
Do we suspect it might be significant?
There is one thing about Haffaton's Ruler that is particuarly interesting: No one seems to know the Ruler's title. King/Queen? Overlord? Regent? Insert other? We don't know. Jillian's heard stories of Haffaton's all powerful Croakamancer, yet she still doesn't seem to know. Back in part one, Wanda didn't even know the Ruler's gender, which is really weird considering the amount of contact between the two Sides.
So yes, I do think there's something going on with Haffaton's Ruler. It really does look like a secret is being kept. But why? What is to be gained by keeping such things secret?