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Wow, never thought that Lucas would agree to keep the Cyclopses in slavery :shifty: . I expect him to accept for the Gent to be delivered to Stonebridge, as no Legionnaire is above the law, but I didn't expect this.

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Wow, never thought that Lucas would agree to keep the Cyclopses in slavery :shifty: . I expect him to accept for the Gent to be delivered to Stonebridge, as no Legionnaire is above the law, but I didn't expect this.


Nevermind.

Edited by C2B, 05 July 2011 - 04:14 AM.


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Wow, never thought that Lucas would agree to keep the Cyclopses in slavery :lol: . I expect him to accept for the Gent to be delivered to Stonebridge, as no Legionnaire is above the law, but I didn't expect this.


There is something wrong with that line as well. Something to do with "Until they have paid off their debt to Stonebridge first"; when exactly is their original debt to Stronebridge paid off? The contract says a "Lifetime" of servitude; how long is a "lifetime" and how easily could you see this being extended to all the ogre's "lifetimes" (Including those born after the contract was signed). To me, I assumed it was 'They will be doing this for forever' and it kinda killed any level of gray morality to that decision.

If it was a matter of "The contract said they would serve for X amount of years"; now that would entirely different.




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