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    modnr@compulink.g
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    Gorgon

    Gorgon is one of the most dangerous enemies
    Does anyone knows any weakness he might have?

  2. #2
    L.Willett
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    Gorgon

    >Gorgon is one of the most dangerous enemies
    >Does anyone knows any weakness he might have?

    Has anyone ever tried a "Stone to Mud" spell ?
    Joke! HA-HA !!


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    Dominic Reynolds
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    Gorgon

    Thats a good question to ask a sage, who will research it for decades
    at vast expense, and say

    "You could try............." insert various strategies





    At 16:15 26/05/97 +0300, you wrote:
    >Gorgon is one of the most dangerous enemies
    >Does anyone knows any weakness he might have?
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    Nadastor
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    Gorgon

    At 16.15 26/05/97 +0300, you wrote:
    >Gorgon is one of the most dangerous enemies
    >Does anyone knows any weakness he might have?


    Nobody goes without weakness, the gorgon surely has a lot of them.
    I'm curious to see what are the first that you will think about.


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    JOHN RICKARDS
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    Gorgon

    > Gorgon is one of the most dangerous enemies
    > Does anyone knows any weakness he might have?

    Apparently, rumour has it he cannot leave the Battlewaite because his
    power is in some way tied to it.


    John Rickards

    "He who is looking for something has lost something."
    "And he who is not looking?"
    "He gets run over."



    PS. Dan. Hahahahaha.

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    Robin Cantin
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    Gorgon

    From Olivier:

    >I think the gorgon has two weaknesses :
    >
    >First, she control 4 country, and have exactly 10 neighbors. Even with
    >150 RP, she must expand only 10 or 11 RP on each of their oponents. If
    >she spend all or a big part of her RP on only a country, the others can
    >try to act against her.

    A good point, but aren't these additionnal domains controlled by vassalage?
    That means the local rulers have their own RPs (although part of it go to
    the Gorgon itself) and have their own 3 actions per turn (+1 lieutenant
    action).

    But the general idea can't be wrong: to defeat the Gorgon or another
    powerful enemy, a coalition is necessary. In our campaing, Markazor,s
    attacks were defeated for about two years because of the cooperation
    between Elinie, Mhoried, Tuarhievel and recently Ghoere.

    >Second, as every evil regent, she can't trust a lot of people, so she
    >can't have a lot of lieutenants, or trust them enough. She must do all
    >the criticals action herself. We can also see that their lieutenants all
    >have a very low bloodline, they are puppets, so she do all herself
    >alone.

    And the Gorgon must spend time keeping its vassals terrified once in a
    while as well, surely. Friendship and alliance in good faith can last a
    long while by themselves, but a rule of terror must be constantly
    "maintained".

    Robin


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    Robert Ripley
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    Gorgon

    Lyon 8 - Marseille 0 wrote:

    > Nadastor wrote:
    > >
    > > At 16.15 26/05/97 +0300, you wrote:
    > > >Gorgon is one of the most dangerous enemies
    > > >Does anyone knows any weakness he might have?
    > >
    > > Nobody goes without weakness, the gorgon surely has a lot of them.
    > > I'm curious to see what are the first that you will think about.
    >
    > I think the gorgon has two weaknesses :
    >
    > First, she control 4 country, and have exactly 10 neighbors. Even with
    >
    > 150 RP, she must expand only 10 or 11 RP on each of their oponents. If
    >
    > she spend all or a big part of her RP on only a country, the others
    > can
    > try to act against her.
    >
    > Second, as every evil regent, she can't trust a lot of people, so she
    > can't have a lot of lieutenants, or trust them enough. She must do all
    >
    > the criticals action herself. We can also see that their lieutenants
    > all
    > have a very low bloodline, they are puppets, so she do all herself
    > alone.
    >
    > Olivier
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    > I think "her" other major weakness is that nasty cross-dressing habit
    :-) (j/k)

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    DURKS95@aol.co
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    Gorgon

    Since when was the Gorgon female

  9. #9
    Nadastor
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    Gorgon

    >
    >I think the gorgon has two weaknesses :
    >
    >First, she control 4 country, and have exactly 10 neighbors. Even with
    >150 RP, she must expand only 10 or 11 RP on each of their oponents. If
    >she spend all or a big part of her RP on only a country, the others can
    >try to act against her.
    >
    >Second, as every evil regent, she can't trust a lot of people, so she
    >can't have a lot of lieutenants, or trust them enough. She must do all
    >the criticals action herself. We can also see that their lieutenants all
    >have a very low bloodline, they are puppets, so she do all herself
    >alone.
    >
    >Olivier
    >
    >

    Why "she" ?

    Nadastor, Wizard of the Black Robes
    "The power of a man is not in his hands, but in his eyes !
    His life is not into his body, but into his mind !
    The world is not around him, but is in him !"

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    JOHN RICKARDS
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    Gorgon

    > Since when was the Gorgon female

    Well, you know many royal families are a bit..... eccentric, why
    would the Roeles have been any different.

    Princess Raesene? The Black Princess? Hmmmmm..... ;-)
    John Rickards

    "He who is looking for something has lost something."
    "And he who is not looking?"
    "He gets run over."



    PS. Dan. Hahahahaha.

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