[DWJ] DWJ article
Belben, Philip (Energy Wholesale)
Philip.Belben at eon-uk.com
Fri Dec 21 05:15:10 EST 2007
> True. And they only get to live with themselves too. Reigner One gets
> death, of course, and he deserves much worse (he gets death after
> Mordion vows that there must be no more killing; I've often wondered
> how he squared that, and the deaths of the other Reigners, with
> himself). He also gets the opportunity to fight reasonably fairly,
> unlike Martellian or any of his other victims. Perhaps that's the way
> the Bannus has to work it - although you'd wonder quite how the other
> 46 or whatever scenarios would have played out.
I think there were 697 "plans of action" in total. Even then, I don't
think the Bannus had foreseen Mordion's reluctance to face his past.
The Bannus doesn't seem to be concerned so much with punishing Orm. It
rather has just two aims: to have a good laugh at Orm's expense, and to
rid the galaxy of him and his influence.
I've often wondered about Mordion terminating reigners 2 and 3. He
hates to do it, anyway, but we see a real danger of his becoming like
Panthendres "I hate taking harsh measures" Dakros.
Reigner 1 is more complex, since he doesn't die of the broken neck: he
is merely incapacitated until Martellian steps in and removes the sword.
But it's a good point, since Mordion clearly intended to kill him in
order to rescue Hume.
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