Hinckley, on Jun 29 2008, 03:17 PM, said:
I've never changed my story. What are you talking about and who did you intend to kill last night?
My lord, I mean no offense, but I think we should stop accusing each other when there is a clear traitor in our sights: Calvin. Besides, my lord, this story about Batbrick killing someone may be false, as Calvin's original claim was proved to be fabricated. Who knows, perhaps you, my lord, are making up this story about Batbrick, as Calvin's claim that you, my lord, are a loyalist whilst others are "Not Determined" my show an alliance between Calvin and yourself, my lord. I'm just saying this to tell everyone to be prudent in their decisions. Many were mislead by Calvin's lie about Batbrick, and we don't want a similar incedint to happen again
Zepher, on Jun 29 2008, 03:26 PM, said:
Mary: I am but a mere maid, but I see many problems with Calvin's claim! Rotrigus! A traitor! After he killed one? Have you forgotten that the traitors are in leuge with eachother? Why then would a traitor kill a traitor! I say that he is trying to save his sorry neck! Kill him! Plus, is it not possible that he killed the king? He, being a fisher man, could easily have poisoned the kings food! Kill Calvin. Now, where has Lt. Byron gone off to. I wonder if he needs help in the kitchen...
Mary, I do not believe that Calvin claimed Rotrigus a traitor, and if this "PM" is true, then it means that the evil Calvin might think that my good Rotrigous, a noble man I'm sure, was the one who was trying to do Lord Ash in. Calvin probabaly would have assumed that, since the loyal, I'm sure, Rotrigous tried so hard to execute Lord Ash, that he may be the one. However, I do not believe that Calvin claimed Rotrigous to be a traitor. But I do think you are right about the food being poisoned, as Calvin did admit to delievering the food to our deceased king.
"Spencer, is that you? Good, because I wanted to ask-"
General Spencer suddenly retches his breakfast in front of Fred's feet, suprising the soldier.
"General! Are you alright?"
The General gasps something about bacon while puking once more.
"Oh my, I'm glad Byron advised me to hide my food in my helmet, even if it now smells like pig guts! Do you want me to help you to the bathroom? Mary, could you clean this up?"
General Spencer straitened up and thanked Fred for offering help, but said that he was fine now, thank you.
(Mary? Get over here, it's leaking into my boots
Edited by Adam, 29 June 2008 - 10:50 PM.