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Speculation Concerning Jetstone's Preference in Chief Warlords

Given that Ansom (at least in life) was more formidable than Ossomer in a fight and that (though we don't know for certain at this point) it certainly seems like Ossomer would be more formidable than Tramennis, it looks as though Jetstone's chief warlord tends to be the most formidable warrior among the contenders (the princes, one imagines).

Thoughts on Jetstone

In some ways Jetstone seems like the archetypal erfworld side. A typical erfworld side has a number of cultural references and an anachronistic mixture of culture and warfare styles. The name Jetstone derives from two similarly anachronistic tv shows. --Asparagus2 20:52, 9 May 2010 (UTC)


Why is Sharonstone listed as a Jetstone city? The city was only mentioned once, in the context of a King of Jetstone having died there, but no mention was made of who owned it, then or now, as far as I'm aware. - Whispri 07:50 PM, 27 Sep 2015 (BST)

  • I dunno, but the name does fit Jetstone's city naming convention.--ManaCaster (talk) 15:38, 28 September 2015 (EDT)
It does, but so does Brookstone, which is a Gobwin Knob city now. For that matter, Swanstone, the side Old King Coal belonged to prior to founding Jetstone, had a rather similar name to Jetstone. - Whispri 06:25 PM, 30 Sep 2015 (BST)
Looks like the contributor for said edit did so without a login, so you probably won't be able to ask them. I guess you could just move Sharonstone to the spec section as likely having been a Jetstone city at some point, but who's current status is unknown.--ManaCaster (talk) 18:26, 30 September 2015 (EDT)