Yes, hat chair.
Well Good news, one of their targets is already looking for Burk. At least one of them.....and given the information I have, the bad news is probably for her.
He's got some hat hair from wearing his hat chair
Eh, hats that double as a cushion to sit on isn't all that bad an idea, especially if you travel frequently.
Thatâs a nice hat trick, achieving the goal of three seats.
I wish my hat was a chair.
He just said Burks Punches were on hold. Kicks Inbound!
I wonder if he also has a Hat-Chet for emergency firewood gathering.
Absolute madlads, those Livarians.
Pablo's an ambassador in a city he described as an embassy.
If he were an ordinary person in a random village, then he might reasonably assume that no one cares about him enough to spy on him. But since he's an ambassador in a political city, it seems like he should seriously consider the strong possibility that they have full-time professional spies who're going to be spying on him as part of their normal, everyday duties.
From Noah's arc, we've seen the spy, Guy, who has a lot of cool toys. Which makes sense, as this world seems to have both technology and magic. But even if Pablo doesn't know about auditory bugs that may be listening in on him, seems like he should still assume that one of the walls has been designed for a hidden eavesdropper on the other side to listen in to what they're saying.
But, Pablo 'n friends seem to just be talking normally, like they've got privacy there!
And then there's something weird -- just that single chair for multiple bedrooms -- and he's not asking about it. Which he should! I mean, if he wants to lay low, he should react like a normal person would react, which would seem to include asking the front desk about why they only have 1 chair when a space like that would normally have at least 1 table with multiple chairs around it, plus desks, plus sofas, etc..
The diplomat seems to have an unerring talent for finding people that need punching.
It seems unfortunate to start the investigation with the two people who can hide radio transmitters on their heads.
if i remember correctly, one of those is a self-professed super villain
Oh good, it's just three of them. Don't want to image what else could be used as a chair... o.o