His tribe was now very strong, because he had stayed with Lord Stanley, even until he was the only one left.
Infidel wrote:This on the other hand really brings home the difference in philosophical thinking some Erf people have. Will that guilt grow to the point it actually begins to affect Vurp's actions? Time will tell. Vurp also gives Parson his first vote of confidence in starting his own side. Interesting.
Tribes have no purse and keep no Schmuckers. When they are in an alliance, their allied side pops rations for them from its treasury. But a feral tribe must hunt or gather or farm or mine.
Roszlishan wrote:Which of course just begs the question of what really happened!
Zeku wrote:Wow, you all missed it. That hobgobwin doesn't have the wit to even imagine a lie into existence. It's Wanda again. She even spelled it out at the end of Book 1, trusting Parson's naivete to not translate her admission of wanton destruction in the most negative possible light. It was an inoculating dosage of honesty, to keep him oblivious. Jillian is heavily implicated in all of this, as well. Wanda might be the predictamancer of the prophecy. Wanda might be the creator of the summoning spell.
And, Wanda is the Final Boss. Leaving Parson alive is a horrifying tactical blunder. I'm not saying I could have manufactured the victories that Wanda has so far, but I would have at least had the good sense to destroy the only threat to my supremacy at the earliest possible convenience.
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