You know, I genuinely owe you an apology(and I’m being completely honest here). I really did think that I had owned that territory. I was sweeping up some Nazca and Bandar territories north of Caelum at the same time you were, and I thought I had captured that province. Looking back at my move orders/resolutions and my Sidhe horse stealthed in instead of attacked. It was there the whole time, and later, I saw the Trogs take it, and figured my pd had lost to them. Though my Sidhe was still there, i was loathe to attack them because the trogs still have a trample advantage over the horse and I didn’t want to risk it until I could spare at least another unit(iirc, there wasn’t even that many troggs, i think 5 or so left). As fate would have it, you attacked that very same turn and until now I thought i had always won(then lost) it. Even looking at the replays, I was astounded to see your horns there instead of my harp (and kept going back and back)…really weird, and I’m (genuinely) sorry.
Lol, and the only reason I’m even writing this is because I had written an altogether different response, and at the end, I decided I wanted to put the exact turn in there that I had seized it and so I proceeded to look that up…
So, now your message makes a little more sense to me. Yknow, i might be a dick sometimes, but really, I’m not that kind of a dick :)
It’s also not saying that I won’t go to war with Pan, or won’t attack Pan - but if i do, i’m going to war with Pan - not kick it in the shins, pretend I didnt and then lie about why i kicked it.
This, of course, makes the next bit harder too, because it is also true:
As far as bards and uprisings, I haven’t used bards or anything to instill uprisings anywhere - if I had they certainly would have been caught by the hordes of birds and flying beings this world is lousy with.