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Lord Fyre wrote:You thought I meant Andoran? wicked grin[/url]Lazarod Malloran wrote:Lord Fyre wrote:Geopolitical realities mean that the rebels can't expect much in the way of outside help.
Ha!Lord Fyre wrote:Who in the right mind wants war with Cheliax?You want that list in alphabetical order? For now, we can skip the obvious "A" entry to point out:
Don't be too sure about that. The reason that Cheliax and Andoran are not at war right now is that both nations have (correctly) estimated that an invasion of the other power would fail.
Likewise, moving a battle fleet through a hostile Arch of Aroden is foolishly dangerous.
Once again, unlikely. Celestials are unlikely to come to Golarion en masse. Who would call them? Coming unbidden is unlikely, else they would have stopped the World Wound long ago.
Large numbers of devils will be available because Cheliax has literally hundreds of infernal summoners.
Lord Fyre wrote:Lazarod Malloran wrote:Cthulhudrew wrote:get help from .... the Desnans in Nidal's Borderlands
The Umbral Court would love that. Such an effort would expose the Desnan infiltrators.
We also have friends.
Who was it that was described as welcoming their occupiers like a spider welcoming a fly into its web again?
Oh never mind that; you don't have anything to worry about. You got Nidal watching your backs.
I would have no trouble doing so. Once again, you fail to understand political realities.
Nidal would not be doing Cheliax a favor by hunting down the Desnans, they would be enforcing its own laws. ... and they are just as Lawful Evil as Cheliax is.
So, the effect is that House Thrune would be doing the Umbral Court a favor by helping them resolve an internal security problem.