Lamech wrote:Judy can't be from Stupidworld. She if she was she would have a big fat WTFHAXXS! sign hanging from her in the form of no visible points.
But far as I know the stats an only be seen by commanders on the same side.
We've had confirmation on a couple of occasions that hostile commanders can see an opponent's stats. I remember because I didn't believe it for awhile either! If you're basing this off of the same passage I was from back in book 1, a reread will show that it is vaguely written. Anyway, here's an example:
As he spoke, his bright teeth always showed, and his eyes twinkled with an absolute faith in...something. Jillian couldn't imagine what. She was a Level 7 Chief Warlord, and she had a Level 6 and a 2 under her command. This man was a Level 4, and she was scared to dust of him.
from: http://www.erfworld.com/2012/03/inner-p ... isode-028/
0beron wrote:Actually that is a good point that further proves my theory. GK is known to be the most defensible city in the world, and Charlie thought about a dozen archons could take it...yet he defens HIS city with over 100. To me, this implies the "murderous defenses" are the Archons.
Your point now being that archons are powerful? ... why are you allowed to include archons in the power of a city but Glome isn't? Also, level 5 is as defensible as it gets, and truth is that we don't know how well hidden his city is. We only know that GK didn't know where it was before kidnapping an archon despite CC having a presence in the region.
Mostly, I think we should stop objecting to (largely correct) minutiae... especially when Glome's post was making a neat point, which I'd paraphrase as: Charlie may or may not have an endgame in sight, as he seems to be enjoying the status quo.
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