“Well this is quite the problem,” Oreos stated.
“Thank you, Captain Obvious,” G2 retorted. “Well, what if we give the Characters motivation?”
“Motivation? What’s that got to do with anything?”
“We need to give them a reason to work with us and us alone. We have to be so convincing it’d take Divine force to drive them from our cause, & even that’d cause them to barely sway.”
Oreos nodded thoughtfully. “I see where you’re going with this.”
“Even so, I’m still sending Krully the Putrid a challenge,” G2 announced resolutely.
“A challenge?” Fantasy asked.
“I kinda like the sound of this,” Oreos whispered excitedly to Lone Writer.
“I’m not convinced,” she replied.
“T’hell if you’re not conviced!” G2 bellowed. “We’ve been wasting too much time speculating and weighing chances! Just consider history for a moment: the lowest point in the American Revolution resulted in a turn of the tides & in the end the rag-tag army beat the greatest military in the frickin’ world. If they can do it, why can’t we?”