SinStar87 wrote:None of your points mean anything then, since it's all luck of the draw. Distance/difficulty don't matter because they were just lucky to get all the calculations correct, kills don't because they were just lucky to stumble on to enemies. Any position you take can easily be dismissed as "they got/could get lucky" and you've, basically, wasted yours and every one else's time by being in the discussion. So thanks, I guess?
SinStar87 wrote:How's it wrong then? It's a chide against Lancelot for dismissing sniper's ability to put a bullet on a target as luck rather than skill.
azaghal wrote:Well, if we look outside of Westeros, it propably would be the golden company.
They lack in size, but by fully embracing a versatile army with the parts supporting eachother they do something the "knight+levy" armies in Westeros can't even comprehend.
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