Sjoerd3000 wrote:Moist is not like Gilt, maybe in some ways but in some important ways he is clearly not. Gilt doesn't mind if somebody has to be killed to get at the money (Horsefry for example) Moist is very bothered by the fact that Pump thinks he killed 2,3 people. Moist never used weapons and he never killed anyone to get at the money and in the end Moist stays on the right path.
Tonyblack wrote:You are not taking into account that the golems have a day off a week.poohbcarrot wrote:"4 miles an hour is 672 miles a week".
4 x 24 x 7 = 672
4 x 24 x 8 = 768
poohbcarrot wrote:'ere Dotsie! The last 2 pages of chapter 6 don't 'arf remind me of you!
Jan Van Quirm wrote: I think Vetinari was calmly afraid of Gilt's potential to seriously screw A-M over
Tonyblack wrote:And as we see throughout the book - Vetinari like playing games.
poohbcarrot wrote:Jan Van Quirm wrote: I think Vetinari was calmly afraid of Gilt's potential to seriously screw A-M over
Disagree 100% with you there, Jan.
As soon as Vetinari met Gilt, Vetinari not only knew he would beat him, but also knew why he would beat him, and he knew how he would beat him.
I'll post my reasons soon.
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