Welf von Ehrwald wrote:And he could serve as ruler for the capital. A ruler saves a lot of money for the units permanently stationed in a city, and makes the city more productive (more schmuckers).
Steve-D wrote:I hate having to ask for jokes to be explained (with all the cultural references in Erfworld I guess some of them are only going to make sense to Americans).
But can someone explain the last bit?
elliotbay wrote:Welf von Ehrwald wrote:And he could serve as ruler for the capital. A ruler saves a lot of money for the units permanently stationed in a city, and makes the city more productive (more schmuckers).
Does Charlie not count, for some reason?
elliotbay wrote:Given what we know about Charlie and storytelling, though, I wouldn't have expected anything else from Parson's conversation with the archons. I mean, did anybody expect them to say something like, "Oh yeah, we hang out with Charlie all the time. He's totally awesome," or, "His face is well-known to all his units." We already knew we weren't going to get that kind of information here.
Lamech wrote:Hmm... Stanley is probably taming dwagons faster than Charlie is with his Archons. If they are of comparable power?
Thats going to be a problem for Charlie. A big one if the plans for a dragon gathering dragon relay pan out. And this comment about the world being so huge... there are two arkentools in this section we here about. (Three?) It seems likely that the "four know" arkentools are really like the "known world", and there are probably a few more than four. And Charlie's main source of cash is telecommunication? He would be so rich if he could add mathamancy too that.
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