Run Pablo you glorious bastard, you!
But hey this makes me just love the pirates character even more!
No good deed goes unpunished...
Why such negativity. That's not a failure, it's just a... success of a different nature! Ariara's attention is diverted from the judge and the screen that may or may not be hiding someone, and Pablo is safe thanks to his uncanny ability of running away unreasonably fast for his stature (Certainly part of his diplomatic training).
Always remember: the best way to always win, is to present failures in a way they look like victories :P
People never forget birds to the face.
See Pablo, even if it's not legally seen as an attack, if your opponent is a criminal who recognises it as an attack, their response will be the same. That's logic that you should have had naturally and that shouldn't have been overridden by diplomat training.
She doesn't seem to understand diplomatic immunity. And neither do the swords.
I guess you could say his diplomatic immunity has been revoked.
Yet nobody mentions that pablo just dodged seven swords. Thats kinda impressive...or the pirate is just that tired.
So in some ways it seems Ariara isn't really using her powers effectively. She keeps making these little swords fly around, why doesn't she just like, make a box out of swords and trap all three of them in the box? Or surround Burk with swords pointing at him such that he can't wriggle past them? Is there some reason she can't do that? Like maybe shes's strong enough to lift an entire ship, but if there's too many independently moving parts she can't handle them all at once? If you can make metal move arbitrarily at will then I don't think throwing swords is her most natural and effective attack. Could be wrong. Would be nice if this were clarified somehow
Pablo runs pretty fast for a diplomat. Also how much do you think his clockwork weights? Given he keeps lugging and running with it on Pablo is a pretty fit guy.