-Inox- wrote: However, while we are taking liberty with inferences and impressions, you will of course excuse me for concluding that your comments reflect your own insecurities with brilliant clarity.
But one can one expect from a "warrior" that can't even be depended on to maintain a base allegiance to a country?
Oh, this again. Honestly, is it so difficult to find something to attack me over that you have to fall back on the same old tired story again and again? Obviously I'm doing something right.
Please Inox, Make a list of all of the nations of Darkon that I have so horribly betrayed. Here's your chance to make it nice and public for all to see. Just remember what they say about glass houses and stones, former
Elidorian Inox, as I'm fairly certain that between the two of us, I was not the most recent person to walk away from a country. As for my supposed "insecurities", I wasn't aware that you held such insight into my mind. Please, enlighten me. I'll wait.
"Rigging" was your choice of words, not mine. I'm merely remembering the fact that one of the judges decided to provide his own armor to Archduke Slindar, in the middle of the fight, to cover a gap that HRM Cailen was targeting with a good deal of success. I could go on with a list of things I found..... out of place, with that fight, but I don't really think I need to, as the only people who seem to have a selective memory regarding it are wearing gears on their clothing. Funny how that works out. While I've never had an issue with you before, if you'd like to "settle this" with me, as you so eloquently phrased it, I'm sure you know where to find me.
No Quarter has no farmers? Personally, I suggest you fix that. Archduke Slindar isn't going to be able to feed you forever now that he isn't collecting taxes.
As for HRM Cailen "hiring every country in the realm", that's rubbish. To my knowledge, the Northern Kingdoms weren't paid, nor was New Mordom, nor was Elidor. I will admit that I may be wrong there, but even if I am, I'd like to remind EOG/No Quarter/King's guard that they were originally hired and paid by Archduke Slindar for their services, before they took the oath they so stridently cling to. Again, glass houses and all that.
Not that I see anything wrong with hiring mercenaries. That is what they are there for, after all - to get paid to fight for a cause. How is that somehow a problem?
EDIT: I will exclude EOG from the comment about being paid, as they have always and will always fight beside their brother.