- Aug 26, 2008
As I say for a time here, we don't know that Kyros have a desire to keep attention on the spire low-key. It's in-game speculation, without any solid data, and based on presupposition of Kyros' infallability.I would have thought it was rather obvious that Kyros power is derived from the spires aswell. Hence his desire to keep attention on the spire, low-key.
The point is, before you know exactly how to activate a spire, it's useless (until happy/unhappy coincidence). So Kyros haven't actually any reason to forbid them - but IF it's a source of his power, IF he depends on Spires, IF Spires are active and kicking, you'll await to have them guarded at least.
Nah, it's not a problem. Maybe if just PC knows better about Spires and Edicts, he will cast Edicts through his acolites as well.The only problem with this theory is that need to have others proclaim edicts in his place, but the degree to which this is true is still rather nebulous.
Also PC can cast Edicts with only one spire as well, can't he? If he came to 3rd Act with only one Spire?