Stanley was fairly smug that Ansom wasn't attuned, and seems to be able to do a variety of tricks with the Hammer. Unlike Ansom and his pliers, which he could only use as a weapon (that we saw, anyway).
I think this is one of those "the author thought it was so obvious from art and implications that it's never explicitly stated" kinda things.
Originally Posted by Randel
How about the fact that humans can apparently breed with anything on two legs (or even four legs if you count dragons)?
Human: Hey elf, you look like a girl.
Elf: To a human, everything must look like a girl.
Elf: Half-orcs, half-ogres...
Human: ... shut up.
Dwarf: Half-dragons, half-kobolds.
Human: I said shut up!
Dwagons can level too, which was why Parson divided them into A Dwagons and B dwagons during his bid to destroy Ansom's siege. He was delineating between dwagons of differing levels and capabilities...
Possibly. Parson divided them by move. Higher move may be due to a higher level or due to different types.
Yeah, I would have assumed that was due to breed. Leveling, to me, seems more likely to bring about a boost to other stats in a heavy like dwagons, Although I suppose it could vary by breed, so Pink Dwagons are better skirmishers, Blue are Heavy hitters, and Red is all-around, which would change what happened when they leveled.
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An Arkentool wich she had no assurance that would actualy be usefull to them.
Whether she had the assurance of it or not is irrelevant. She believed that the prophecy meant that she would get the Arkenhammer. She interpreted it incorrectly and is arrogant, as you rightfully point out.
That still doesn't speak against the fact that Wanda broke the "natural magic" of Loyalty. And we're not even entirely sure about what that means. But if personal judgement counts for anything, then Wanda didn't think she was betraying Faq.
Originally Posted by Burley
Maybe I'm wrong, but I'm pretty sure Archons are actually the strongest unit. I don't have the exact page, but I seem to remember 3 archons demolishing a stack of dwagons.
Wounded dragons. Fighting against three warlords and an artifact.