Talk:LIAB 12

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[edit] Whose Turn Is It?

I think it's still GK's turn, but it may be Jetstone's. Arguments for each side: discuss. Jorgath 14:18, 18 December 2009 (UTC)

Can anyone point to anything done by either Transylvito or Faq or Jetstone that could only have been done on their turn? I think Jetstone have only used hat magic which I suspect does not count. As I understand it Transylvito have because they have used Thinkamancy. But that may actually have been slightly out of sequence. --Asparagus2 14:46, 18 December 2009 (UTC)

I believe it is still GK turn; Jetstone is blocked by the hex boundary on the bridge still; if it was their turn, and they weren't going across, it would have at least been addressed by now. User:Commander I. Heartly Noah

Yes that is what I think. For a start why would GK end their turn now? It is conceivable but I don't think they would do that without consulting Parson, which I think we would see. However I think if it is GK's turn, I don't think Bunny would be able to send a Thinkagram to a bat in Spacerock. It also raises questions how Spacerock communicates with the forces by the bridge. --Asparagus2 16:41, 18 December 2009 (UTC)

It's not 100% clear it is a Thinkagram that does that - just that it's the "juice cost" of a thinkagram. Since these are bats, which you can see through normally within 20 hexes or so, there may be a special non-spell tweak, or maybe the spell can be cast in the previous turn and lasts until the next turn? CIHN

[edit] Real World Reference

Perhaps the connection is too slight, but might Tramennis's request to have his nose scratched be a reference to Mark Twain's "The Prince and Pauper" (the seventh chapter of which satirizes court etiquette over an itchy nose)?

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