WarFAN wrote:So... Jillian finds that note and she commits all the FAQ´s resources to an Ender´s gambit. Of course, it is going to end good for FAQ. But King Banhammer is not going to like it.
Another indubitable proof about Jillian´s true nature as an idiotic, capricious person.
Huh? Jillian was thinking of attacking Haffaton way back before WRECD was even formed. (“Let’s take this whole show on the road,” she said. “As Chief Warlord, I say we go to war with Haffaton, and
) The note has nothing to do with it.
And if anything, her following through on an idea she's had for months, that she's been in favor of the whole time and has argued for... kind of is the opposite of capricious. I mean, aside from being kind of indecisive when it comes to love, Jillian is quite consistent (Attack attack attack!!!).
nargbop wrote:We now know :
We need to figure out :
How she intends to take Haffaton with her tiny, slow, visible, vulnerable army.
? Maybe, but it would be 3 cities worth of soldiers, a crap-ton of gwiffons, and EIGHT
casters. Against the "woefully underdefended capital" (IPTSF 44)Slow
? Why would they be slow? Everyone would be on gwiffons and megalogwiffs. They'd have practically no move-penalty compared to Haffaton's ground forces. They'd be blazing with move!Visible
? Wait, WHAT? Visible? With the Lookamancy/Predictamancy/Foolamancy combo they've been practicing since Orwell/Marie/Jack were popped? They wouldn't be seen, period.Vulnerable
? Maybe... but Haffaton is just as vulnerable. When Jillian made her escape, she found out "... that this city was woefully undefended, for instance. The whole area around it was practically empty". Each time we've seen a Haffaton city, it's been practically deserted, and Jillian's been able to overpower it if she has ANY help at all.