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* There was nothing in the comic so far that would allow us to speculate that [[Ceasar Borgata]] might be a [[heir]] to [[Don King]]. [[Vinny]] is an unlikely heir since we know he is noble, not royal. -- [[User:Muzzafar|Muzzafar]] 13:41, 23 April 2009 (UTC)
 
* There was nothing in the comic so far that would allow us to speculate that [[Ceasar Borgata]] might be a [[heir]] to [[Don King]]. [[Vinny]] is an unlikely heir since we know he is noble, not royal. -- [[User:Muzzafar|Muzzafar]] 13:41, 23 April 2009 (UTC)
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** There are hints; we know three heirs so far: Stanley, Ansom and Jillian. The former two where definitely at the same time chief warlord. It also makes a lot of sense to combine the two positions: a chief warlord is the second most powerful position in an side and the future ruler can collect information and level. Also the chief warlord is by definition and natural thinkamancy the most loyal person and therefore less likely to plan regicide. I liked my first version. --[[User:Welf von Ehrwald|Welf von Ehrwald]] 15:13, 23 April 2009 (UTC)

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  • There was nothing in the comic so far that would allow us to speculate that Ceasar Borgata might be a heir to Don King. Vinny is an unlikely heir since we know he is noble, not royal. -- Muzzafar 13:41, 23 April 2009 (UTC)
    • There are hints; we know three heirs so far: Stanley, Ansom and Jillian. The former two where definitely at the same time chief warlord. It also makes a lot of sense to combine the two positions: a chief warlord is the second most powerful position in an side and the future ruler can collect information and level. Also the chief warlord is by definition and natural thinkamancy the most loyal person and therefore less likely to plan regicide. I liked my first version. --Welf von Ehrwald 15:13, 23 April 2009 (UTC)