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Calliope
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15 days ago
Senforza wrote:

(spoiler here)


Ooh I didn't quite have confirmation of this before.


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may I ask who made the deal for the Third City? I know Mr Eaten is all tied up in that apparently but I have no idea who actually made the deal.
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Siankan
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15 days ago
thefantodayhtml wrote:
The Manager is from the fourth city.

Incorrect.

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thefantodayhtml
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15 days ago
Siankan wrote:
thefantodayhtml wrote:
The Manager is from the fourth city.

Incorrect.

The offending post was caused by what I believe was a word prediction algorithm gone horribly, horribly, awry. I hereby disavow any and all of its contents. I'm pretty sure that I'm going to need a really, really, good tech guy to sort that out. Or an exorcist.

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    Senforza
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    15 days ago
    Calliope wrote:
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    [spoiler]I'm rusty on my lore, but I think (think) that the God Eaters, which basically amounts to a set of priest-kings from the Third City, traded their city for immortality. They got that immortality by eating the flesh of a 'god', AKA Mr Eaten, AKA a Master of the Bazaar the other Masters betrayed for being too attached to the second city. In a manner of speaking, I guess; there were wells somewhere in the whole eating/dying process, probably. wink[/spoiler]

    As for the reason your spoiler tags aren't working, it's because the part of the message where you quoted me also had a spoiler tag and for some reason there's a limit of one spoiler tag per post.

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    MrCandles
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    14 days ago
    Senforza wrote:
    Calliope wrote:
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    [spoiler]I'm rusty on my lore, but I think (think) that the God Eaters, which basically amounts to a set of priest-kings from the Third City, traded their city for immortality. They got that immortality by eating the flesh of a 'god', AKA Mr Eaten, AKA a Master of the Bazaar the other Masters betrayed for being too attached to the second city. In a manner of speaking, I guess; there were wells somewhere in the whole eating/dying process, probably. wink[/spoiler]

    As for the reason your spoiler tags aren't working, it's because the part of the message where you quoted me also had a spoiler tag and for some reason there's a limit of one spoiler tag per post.

    Not really immortality (they have different way to it). Power.
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    MrCandles
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    14 days ago
    Senforza wrote:
    thefantodayhtml wrote:
    JamesSilver wrote:
    The Gracious Widow vs The Duchess vs The Manager, if you know what I mean.

    I'm afraid I don't quite follow.


    [spoiler]
    The Gracious Widow is from the fourth city. The Duchess is from the second. The Manager is from the first. If I recall correctly, all three were also the ones who made the deals that caused their respective cities to fall.
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    And Feducci from the third. Why not?
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    Jolanda Swan
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    14 days ago
    Sorry for the misspellings - I am on vacation and using my phone mostly. I will edit them when I am back on a PC screen!

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    Chronos
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    14 days ago
    Silas the Showman: I'd like to see a twist like the one when you invite him as a guest to your salon
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    Calliope
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    14 days ago
    Senforza wrote:
    Calliope wrote:
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    [spoiler]I'm rusty on my lore, but I think (think) that the God Eaters, which basically amounts to a set of priest-kings from the Third City, traded their city for immortality. They got that immortality by eating the flesh of a 'god', AKA Mr Eaten, AKA a Master of the Bazaar the other Masters betrayed for being too attached to the second city. In a manner of speaking, I guess; there were wells somewhere in the whole eating/dying process, probably. wink[/spoiler]

    As for the reason your spoiler tags aren't working, it's because the part of the message where you quoted me also had a spoiler tag and for some reason there's a limit of one spoiler tag per post.

    I was wondering if it was something like that, deleted your quote spoiler now it's conveyed the info it needed to. And thanks for the answer, it certainly seems to make sense with what I saw in a Kingdom for a Pig.

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    Siankan
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    14 days ago
    MrCandles wrote:
    And Feducci from the third. Why not?

    Been there, done that, gambled away the T-shirt and then burned it to ashes.

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    MrCandles
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    14 days ago
    Siankan wrote:
    MrCandles wrote:
    And Feducci from the third. Why not?

    Been there, done that, gambled away the T-shirt and then burned it to ashes.

    What you mean?
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    JaneAnkhVeos
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    14 days ago
    MrCandles wrote:
    Siankan wrote:
    Been there, done that, gambled away the T-shirt and then burned it to ashes.

    What you mean?

    Feducci already ran (and won).
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    Vryl
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    13 days ago
    JaneAnkhVeos wrote:
    MrCandles wrote:
    Siankan wrote:
    Been there, done that, gambled away the T-shirt and then burned it to ashes.

    What you mean?

    Feducci already ran (and won).



    And blew the mayoral residence up at the end of his term, hence the 'burned it to ashes' part.

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    MrCandles
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    13 days ago
    Vryl wrote:
    JaneAnkhVeos wrote:
    MrCandles wrote:
    Siankan wrote:
    Been there, done that, gambled away the T-shirt and then burned it to ashes.

    What you mean?

    Feducci already ran (and won).



    And blew the mayoral residence up at the end of his term, hence the 'burned it to ashes' part.

    I not talk about Feducci as fourth candidate, he was just example of mayor from older cities.
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    Lady Sapho Byron
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    12 days ago
    Now that I've seen my most desired candidate, Mrs Plenty, run for mayor, I hope to see my second most desired in 1898 ... a Tiger! "I have a Lord Mayorship. Do you have a Lord Mayorship?"
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    Azothi
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    11 days ago
    MrCandles wrote:
    I not talk about Feducci as fourth candidate, he was just example of mayor from older cities.
    Feducci, to the best of our understanding, is not from the Third City, but is instead[spoiler]an agent of the Presbyterate, from the Elder Continent.[/spoiler]

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