Jillian can forgive Wanda. If she can, then Banhammer can.Eva wrote:This will make it interesting for Wanda to join FAQ. Banhammer can really easily forgive torturing his daughter in front of him? Guess he's magnanimous... or Wanda will pull a stunt that makes everyone accept her.
Jinren wrote:They'd be trying to flee an air force on foot, which is rarely a recipe for success, and their most powerful "weapon" is location-based. I imagine leaving the hex to go anywhere other than the Magic Kingdom would likely make their position significantly weaker to the point of total defeat.
youngstormlord wrote:2. When you end turn, do you notice when someone has turn after you? (if you didn't engage enemy units that is)
3. If you end turn and then enemy units enter your hex, what happens?
Banhammer's just stalling for time. He doesn't actually care that they're rude or anything; he's relying on his talent as a philosopher to go off on a long boring lecture while Jack quizzes Jillian.Whispri wrote:I have nothing but contempt for the Side of Faq. I mean, how many Haffaton Cities did they plunder? And they DARE scream blue murder when Haffaton fight back? Hypocrites.
MonteCristo wrote: Second, they don't know about Olive's Chillaxe which can make attacking the city impossible; Most likely Olive went to get her chillaxe; .
Whispri wrote:So yeah, why should Haffaton parley with Faq? I mean, Jack and Gill are violating the spirit of that parely even now. They're an utterly untrustworthy bunch of Boops.
Rob wrote:"She has intelligence," said the Lady Firebaugh. “I cannot allow her to speak even a few words in your hearing."
“I order you to keep your peace during these negotiations. Will you obey me?”
"Be silent in the course of our parley."
Urf wrote:Wanda is no idiot. She's putting on a show because of her Duty. She's likely negotiating for her own imprisonment.
http://www.erfworld.com/2012/01/inner-p ... isode-021/
She's found her way to them.
Salem wrote:I don't think duty requirenments are made by putting on a nice show while commiting treason.
multilis wrote:Salem wrote:I don't think duty requirenments are made by putting on a nice show while commiting treason.
It may be possible to twist the interpretation as way to reduce duty. Eg Maggie "may I make a suggestion?". (Wanda may find way to obey letter of command while disobeying spirit, following orders in way knows will fail while at same time going after main objective)
Judy is the ruler (strongest duty in theory) and wishes her side was destroyed.
We also know from book 1 that mainly valuable units are turned while rest are destroyed when captured, and it sometimes require thinkomancy spells to keep them loyal. Wanda turned against FAQ with probably less reason than she has here including her father wanted her to destroy Haff as dying wish.
fruityjanitor wrote:I freaking love Jack Snipe.
That is all.
Whispri wrote:Plus it's Gillian, it's not evil when they're doing it to Gillian, as half the time it's self defence and the other half she's into it.
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