The Narcissistic Necromancer, devastated over the loss of his reflection pool, is frantic to find something to remind himself just how awesome he is. But then, against all odds, he is distracted by a handful of quotes made by the Druid. He feels compelled to say something. "So we have this quote by our Druid 'friend,' asking our Ninja for an explanation of what happened. Okay, I can buy that, most people, myself included, would like some insight." "So we get the Ninja's response, must be weak, not built right, yadda yadda. Basically doesn't know why it exploded. Most people here agree if he were evil he wouldn't do something so obvious in front of everyone. Cases go elsewhere. Then our Druid follows it up with this:" First part I have an issue with: everyone here can do that, you ain't special in that regard. To me, this screams of a 'look how helpful I can be, I'm awesome' (No, you're not, I'm awesome, but we knew that already, k?). Secondly, he's basically saying regardless of what Tak said, he thinks he broke it deliberately. So in essence, he didn't need Tak's explanation, his mind was already made up, just he didn't want to look all jumpy and bandwagony and go the obvious route. "If we assume Feather's (and to a lesser extent Jarrema's (you could have asked this yesterday, bub) motive for a renewed Tak wagon is to try and save someone in the lead currently, that puts the spotlight on any one of Catharsis, BSmith, or spaceman. If Darth is innocent, I don't know what his motivation is for going after Tak again. This move just doesn't make sense at all if he's not Evil. So spaceman98, Darth Feather. I personally think it's a better case overall, and I think it'll give some more info also." The Narcissistic Necromancer snaps out of reality and goes back to his own little world, running off in search for something reflective.