Catriana wrote:Jonarus_Drakus wrote:The LA has already clearly indicated that she is heading in that direction regardless. With that in mine, Dycle's action is entirely appropriate, It will warn her of the danger, AND provide her with extra protection in the event that she continues forward anyway. HOPEFULLY, the 'Recon' action might get referenced at that point as well, giving us a little bit of info ahead of the EA...
Actually, no, it's not.
I'll elaborate on this more when I actually have time. Let's just say, it's a bad move, and folks need to quit making knee-jerk reactions to everything.
Okay, now I have time.
Look, we do not need to be forcing Anj'hali into potential hostile situations before anything has even been established. I agree a runner needs to be sent to Anj'hali, to INFORM her of the situation. It should be up to her what she wishes to do about it. Because really, once she gets there, then what? They have no ambassadors, we have no idea what numbers they're packing, where they're really located, what they could have in store for us, nothing. Furthermore, you do NOT invite your queen to enemy camp without knowing the stakes. If at all possible, you want potential enemies to come to YOU, NOT the other way around. You always want control of a situation, you cannot have control of a situation when your leader is out of their element and out of their stronghold.
Stop making knee-jerk advices. PtP2 will NOT end if you hurry up and wait sometimes.
I strongly recommend a counter to Dycle's advice recommending sending a runner to Anj'hali to appraise her of the situation ONLY. If she wishes to directly intervene, she should be allowed to do so with a better compliment of guards and on her terms. Personally, I would prefer it if these folks came to our stronghold, where if things go sour, they cannot openly attack our Illhar without facing serious repercussions.
You know, by the time I had told min the best idea was to set up a neutral ground (happens even to the more thoughtful ones), she already sent the advice. Oh well, at least it's mostly salvageable. At worst we'll make anjhi lose time for a week.