Ninjaguineapig wrote:Looks like Charlie is keeping Parson's existence a secret. More importantly, he's trying not to let Parson know he's against them. This means Charlie doesn't know that Parson knows who's behind the missing gobwins. If Charlie knew Parson knew he was working against GK, he (Charlie) wouldn't mind letting his archons rip into Ansom's column.
Also, Wanda's going to be getting a thinkagram from Charlie soon enough. If he could get her to his side, he'd become unquestionably the most powerful force in this area of Erf.
actually, i'm not so sure about that. it may be that Charlie doesn't know that Parson knows the missing gobwins are his fault, but Charlie strikes me as the kind of guy who'd factor in the possibility that Parson would find out
. What I read from this is that Charlie thinks of Parson as enough of an unknown entity, and a threat
, that he's not prepared to have open hostilities declared against Parson, which is actually kinda flattering to Parson I think
BLANDCorporatio wrote::lol: Always trust Jillian to find the wrong spot to break agreements in.
So she was in a non-disclosure-agreement with Charlie, so she didn't tell Wanda the one thing that may have immediately turned her, but then goes amock and disrespects phase 2 of the plan anyway by leaving Wanda alone. Poor Jillian, what would she be without other tactical minds to help.
So ... thar will be blood! Or dust, as the case may be.
heh, I'm wondering about the ramifications for Jillian of ... demonstrating unreliability w.r.t. Charlie. He doesn't strike me as someone who'd "forget".
tez wrote:The Erfworld team have got the cliffhangers down to a science at this point. I read the update and am immediately jonesing for the next one. ARGH.
damn straight. I cannot
wait for what all this business with Charlie having to go off is about, now!!