Prisoner

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A '''Prisoner''' is a [[unit]] that has been [[capturing|captured]] by another [[side]]. The side that has captured them can manifest or remove chains from them at will. It is even possible for the capturing side to give a prisoner [[order]]s, though the lack of [[Loyalty]] presumably makes it easy for the captive to [[disobey]]. If a prisoner happens to be a [[commander]] and is left unguarded and unconfined, they are free to become a [[fugitive]].
A '''Prisoner''' is a [[unit]] that has been [[capturing|captured]] by another [[side]]. The side that has captured them can manifest or remove chains from them at will. It is even possible for the capturing side to give a prisoner [[order]]s, though the lack of [[Loyalty]] presumably makes it easy for the captive to [[disobey]]. If a prisoner happens to be a [[commander]] and is left unguarded and unconfined, they are free to become a [[fugitive]].
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Prisoners appear to be able to survive the destruction of their side, and they can then turn to the side that captured them.{{ref|1 [[IPTSF_Text_73]]}}
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Prisoners appear to be able to survive the destruction of their side, and they are then capable of [[turning]] to the side that captured them.{{ref|1 [[IPTSF_Text_73]]}}
==Known Prisoners==
==Known Prisoners==

Revision as of 17:05, 19 September 2013

Proposed Canon

A Prisoner is a unit that has been captured by another side. The side that has captured them can manifest or remove chains from them at will. It is even possible for the capturing side to give a prisoner orders, though the lack of Loyalty presumably makes it easy for the captive to disobey. If a prisoner happens to be a commander and is left unguarded and unconfined, they are free to become a fugitive.

Prisoners appear to be able to survive the destruction of their side, and they are then capable of turning to the side that captured them.IPTSF_Text_73

Known Prisoners

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