onlyme wrote:Now that is a misleading prediction if we ever got one. I'd even call it plain wrong. .... I wonder whether she will claim a misunderstanding or whether she has simply lied.
The concept of intellectual cowardice was not something she wanted to think about.
badninja wrote:Marie only supported the attack only after learning that Wanda was there.
0beron wrote:onlyme wrote:Now that is a misleading prediction if we ever got one. I'd even call it plain wrong. .... I wonder whether she will claim a misunderstanding or whether she has simply lied.
Nope, as I said (assuming Jillian actually carries out her plan) Marie's Prediction is 100% correct. I doubt she understands why yet, so when they successfully take down Haffaton without themselves falling, she'll be embrassed...but she'll later realize she was right.
0beron wrote:On the flip side however, if your idea is correct Marbit, then how did Delphie use Predictamancy to have 100% accuracy in the tower-battle? Her decisions didn't coerce the enemy.
Whispri wrote:Soon. Soon she said. And Haffaton, not Wanda.
So either what we know of Faq's destruction is wrong, or Marie's Prediction is wrong. Perhaps the discrepancy has something to do Wanda's Pop debt? Or a botched atempt at Retconjury?
Marie wrote:“I would like to amend my Prediction, Your Highness,” she said to the King. “Haffaton will be the agent of your destroction, and of the fall of Faq as well. I think soon.”
I think it is likely a misspelling of King.Saladman wrote:This is interesting: "...all of the Court members did place their palms together and nod to her, except the Kin." Who are the Kin?
Swodaems wrote:I think it is likely a misspelling of King.
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