Seems like. I guess it explains her her apparent dominance over the other gods?
Is that sentiment a result of Jake charming them or a directive from Ledger?
Third Oracle knight?
If Faye was aware that Jake had done something to her, then the same is true for Ceythie, and she’s probably in a better position to understand just how much meaningful his actions are too. After all, if Jake can make her willingly servile there’s no telling what else he can do. Perhaps she still thinks that Cho Min Ho is a greater threat/allie if she’s still unaware of Jake’s action the past night or even the massacre that Cho Min Ho ended up taking credit for.
Hopefully Jake doesn’t pick this moment to see where things go? If he needs proof that Cho Min Ho doesn’t wish him well, whatever this general orders him to do is enough. And he has little reason to hide his power especially when the enemy side already knows so much
Cho Min Ho. Soulmamver king would know not to mess with Jake by now. At least I don’t think anyone that is aware that Jake just killed a titan would attempt to mess with him so obviously. Cho Min Ho is clearly ignorant, but his attempts at manipulating/disrupting Jake’s time should irritate or disturb Jake enough that he doesn’t put of dealing with him. I hope that’s the case at least.
So Rowan is aware that Andar will remember but not so much of the significance of him remembering?
Yeah. The enemy players might just straight up curse Cho Min Ho thinking he may be trying to lure them into a trap. After all, he can tell them that Jake is with his faction all they want, but what they’d never have is solid proof that it’s the case. Their oracle paths will never confirm it and neither will Cho Min Ho’s. It’s essentially word of mouth from Cho min ho’s faction members and if they take their words for it, they might instead be the ones walking into a trap.
The confidence they’re putting on display stems from how little they actually know about Jake. At this point the enemy players probably know more about what Jake has done in the ordeal than Cho Min Ho does. I’m even wondering if they’ll remake him up on this deal since they have a prophet on their side. Rather than depend on a person that could turn against them at the drop of a hat, they might instead just choose to rely on their own methods, especially since that of Cho Min Ho is so unreliable. And knowing what the enemy camp now knows about Jake, they might instead choose to avoid him altogether. Jake just straight up killed a Titan and seduced a conclave member into giving up all their treasures. What’s even better, Cho Min Ho is the literal perfect target. He’s not only an enemy faction leader (that is murderable at least compared to Jake), but he’s also put himself in a position where his death would derail the efforts of the enemy side. Added bonus that the Oracle paths work on him. What happens once Jake just… leaves Amy and the others? Jake isn’t stupid and already has a wise distrust for Cho Min Ho. Even if Jake trusted Amy, it hardly means that no other person he rescued isn’t communicating his actions/presence to Cho Min Ho. Not to mention Jake has his own faction to worry about. Just because Amy aims to avoid Cho Min Ho doesn’t mean that Jake has to take her feelings into consideration. It’d be involving him in an issue he has no place in and again, would be an obvious way to track him.
If the oracle paths worked on Jake, they’d probably just direct any foes away from him to ensure survival. But I doubt knowing Jake’s location is nearly enough to stop him. The possible easiest it’d have been to do so would’ve been when he was in their capital now… Cho Min Ho would just be broadcasting that he’s a traitor because Jake knows they can’t track him that easily and just like with Hephais, the enemies also wouldn’t be able to account for him in their paths even if they were aware he was there. I hope Cho Min Ho isn’t allowed to trouble Jake all the way until the end of the ordeal, or even after. He seems like the cockroach type of villain.
I’m guessing she’s the Mage Supreme?
Easy to forget that Gerulf is a champion gladiator and not just a poorly disguised plant due to how often he falls asleep buried in earth.
Is he implying that they’re both already in a situation worse than death?
I wonder how they’re rationalizing Jake strolling in and freeing them. They probably don’t think that he alone is enough to stay the conclave when their faction members either fled or got captured. It’d be funny to see their reactions if they learn that the conclave outright handed him a chalice better than the one they were captured trying to steal.
I think what he meant was that he stopped veiling his ‘appearance’. So from Faye’s POV she was seeing Jake not doing anything to hide his appearance.