The word 'forswore' is not used correctly in context. To be forsworn is to break or abandon a vow. The context very much looks like Wanda is asking Jack if he is free to speak of matters about which they swore
, not forswore
, not to speak of. To rephrase it, it reads like this:
"Can you speak
? Of what we have already broken our vow not to speak of?"
Makes no sense.
Kreistor wrote:Everything has to be reviewed. Absolutely everything. We now have to consider Jack as a mole for Charlie. It can begin with Charlie knowing when Parson became CW. No Archons, Thinkamancy tapping, hacking, or cracking. Jack bleedin' told him. And how Charlie knows so much about Parson... Jack told him. Every little side comment about his background, all of it laid bare for Charlie.
You prattle about Occam's Razor, a concept about which you have a vastly inaccurate understanding, and then you proceed to read far too much
into the exchange between Wanda and Jack. There was nothing
that suggested that Jack or Wanda were required by contract to be 'moles' for Charlie. You added that, which on top of being entirely your invention based upon zero canon, violates Occam's Razor by adding complexity. All that was suggested by their exchange was that Wanda and Jack had sworn not to speak of certain things, and that Jack is now free of that contract.
BCCroaker wrote:Jack was decrypted in the MC. Is it possible that decrypted casters can't use portals?
We won't know until we know. But going on the rule of least effort, since any unit except a caster which tries to enter the MK is croaked, there is little reason to put any effort into trying to prevent such units from leaving the MK. After all, they'll never be there in the first place, right?
Zeroberon wrote:Especially his true nature as a Carny is likely something he wishes to conceal.
I tend to think it will be something a bit more important than his prior life as a carnymancer. I'm hoping it will be something which will tie all the lose ends together: Why Charlie is so solitary; why he runs a single city side when he could easily expand; why he has no units other than archons and golems.
Although that last could be related to the betrayal by Olive causing him to distrust all (semi-)free willed units, there has been nothing revealed to date which makes the first two matters obvious and explained.
Zeroberon wrote:Lastly, you missed something important. Despite the fact that Jillian and WANDA know about the 'Shoes, they haven't mentioned them in the present. Charlie's deal might play a role in that.
We all know what's going to become of the 'shoes. I mean, it's so obvious. Look at Parson: He's big, and fat. Then look at the titans. Also big, and fat. Quite a close resemblance. Parson will be transformed into a titan and will be wearing...wait for it...the blue suede 'shoes.
Kreistor wrote:Would you like to continue embarrassing me by pointing out what an idiot I am?
So don't throw YOUR strawman garbage back at me, man up and stand behind your own statements when someone finds evidence your theory is flawed.
If you haven't figured it out by now, Keistor is always right, in his mind, even when his own words prove him wrong. He will refuse to acknowledge his error even if it is explained to him in careful detail, instead he will fill the space with vast quantities of flung poo and absolute rubbish in an effort to draw attention away from his mistake.