I had trepidation concerning this turn. I knew some of your hidden stuff was going to come out and attack, but i didn’t know where and I didn’t know what impact it would have. While there’s nothing staked in the fight for Ubar that i can’t replace, there’s losses that would be uncomfortable.
I totally didn’t expect the mass seductions/assassinations on the capital. Actually, the capital was the one place i was pretty sure was safe (lol). Looking at the report summary, i watched all the attacks before looking at their outcomes, and I was rather concerned. At least I knew from the duplication of the attack, that the first couple didn’t succeed, but it was still a nail-biter - those guys weren’t really geared for combat(more just default gear), yet alone geared to face those particular foes. So when they survived the first attempts, bereft of their gems, i feared the worst. The fire king was probably safe - just his innate fire resistance, coupled with solid combat stats probably meant he wasn’t going to get overwhelmed by a fire-based creature, but the air queen…her combat stats were nowhere near as good. Happy to see they both survived the onslaught.
To think how many of those guys you have, the gear they have, and how well you’ve done with just one fort is really amazing.
And pan, i thought you might reach out and reclaim that territory, so no worries, you just killed some blind wyverns (apparently they’re still strong enough to cap provinces, lol) - i don’t view this incident as any kind of breach of our agreement. Though i’m curious if that doesn’t void your deal with Ubar? I mean, he’s still technically alive…