I love this comic and all the great plot twists. I couldn't help but register to throw in my theory:
I think it's safe to rule Parson out the target for turnamancy. There are a couple of considerations:
* Distance - It's been said before; but over such a large distance? It is unlikely that turnamancy has that sort of range.
* Level - Parson could be level 2; but if you recall the beginning of Chapter 2 it notes that Parson has only been a part of one
major battle (but it was a pretty good one
). He's also a "siege" unit, and has never left home base.
* What would happen even if he was turned? Now he's a unit for the other side and now Maggie would be his only hope for survival. Stanley would likely curbstomp poor Parson. Now that I think about it, would Thinkamancy be a counter to turnamancy? (i.e. Changing someone's mind about turning over might be a very doable thing as turned units are noted to have little to no loyalty for their new side)
Ansom seems like the obvious target...
But what if Jillian wants to break away from her current side to form a side of her own (perhaps with Charlie, since he's obviously a key player in this particular plot)? There was a text update indicating she missed that about her past, and we've already seen her try to pull off a traitor move with Wanda.
This is what I think is going to happen:
Jillian breaks away from her current side in collaboration with Charlie. She directs Vanna to turn the Dittomancer and employs the Dittomancers help to perform the same turnamancy move again
except this time with Ansom as the target.
Voila, one turnamancer, one dittomancer, and one high level warlord.
Hell, could a dittomancer repeat that massive game-breaking turn spell that Charlie and Vanna cooked up? Now there's a scary thought... Two turns in a row for one side. Plus a nice little full heal after your first turn, since you heal at the beginning of your turn... That's a huge
Ok, i'm done theorycrafting for now... Can't wait until the next update!