Conway court ranks as the most powerful city in all of Ireland, and with that sort of power comes controversy. Many legends and myths surround this upper-class suburb, which is why we have compiled a list of 11 methods of Conway to Charleston domination.”
This article will be focusing more on the recent history of the Conway court. Relying on both tradition and folklore, we explore the different methods used to maintain control over this sprawling Irish town. Some are well known such as ‘the tree’ or ‘the churchyard’, while others such as ‘killing pigs at full moons’ are less so. In either case, these strategies can be utilized by anyone looking for some guidance in gaining power over their neighborhood or competitor.
1. The Hunter
This method is based on exploiting the natural environment of the area. The Conway court is a land known for its vast forested area, which this creature takes advantage of in hunting down its prey. The usual prey are hapless townies going about their business and passing through. However, this creature will also hunt townies who wander into the forest for any reason, as inferred by Howie in “The Third Ear”
2. The Don’t-Look-Down Method
This method is found most commonly among those who want to get ahead in life without resorting to violence. It is based on the idea that showing confidence can be more powerful than aggression. This method is best used in persuading those who are at a lower social tier than oneself. Take, for example, the townie Sir Garlot in “The Third Ear”. Having become bored of life, he seeks out the Conway court to raise his social status and eventually become a member of court. Though he is not aware of it, he actively promotes this method to others by being confident, often speaking while standing tall without taking a step forward.
3. The Tree
This method relies on the manipulation of nature within the Conway court to gain power over others. It is based on the assumption that life runs in a cycle. However, this cycle can be altered to suit one’s needs. It is usually used on a rival, who is then made to look foolish by their own foolish actions. The notorious Sean Rafferty from “The Third Ear” would sometimes use this method to his advantage when dealing with his arch enemy Howie.
4. The Bugging
This method is most commonly found in families and groups of friends who live under the same roof, as it requires no tools or equipment other than what they already own and are familiar with. This method relies heavily on the willingness of others as well as one’s own ability to turn someone else’s property against them. It is best used on those who are well acquainted with each other, as the victim will be unable to tell if it is a jest or a mean-spirited trick. The Conway court is known for this method of domination, as seen in the prank pulled on Howie by the rest of his family in “The Third Ear”.
5. The Churchyards
This method uses manipulation of dead bodies to achieve power over one’s neighbors. It relies heavily on one’s own ability to turn someone’s death against them. It is most commonly found among members of the Conway court and its residents. A person’s death is often used to gain power, as seen in “The Third Ear” when Rafferty uses his brother’s underhanded methods to further his own interests.
6. The Kings Of Wall Street Method
This method relies on the manipulation of the stock market, as seen in Howie O’Shaughnessy and Sean Rafferty in “The Third Ear”. This method can be used by anyone with a high level of knowledge about stocks and investments. Howie takes advantage of his connections with powerful investors and makes great use of them to his own benefit. Rafferty uses his influence to scare others into giving him material possessions.
7. The Nail-Nibbler
This method is based on a person’s ability to use little things in everyday life to gain power over others. What makes these small things so powerful is that they are usually forgotten, or are taken for granted by the ones who use them. This method can be used to manipulate those who are weak by appealing to their humanity, as seen in “The Third Ear” when Rafferty, who is no longer able to use his hands correctly due to injury, uses his nails for self-defense.
Conway court ranks as the most powerful city in all of Ireland, and with that sort of power comes controversy. Many legends and myths surround this upper-class suburb, which is why we have compiled a list of eleven methods of Conway domination. “That’s right, I did it. I’d like you to leave my house now,” Howie O’Shaughnessy said when he saw his visitor approach. Howie had invited Sean Rafferty over to his house after hearing that Sean was having trouble making money in the stock market. “My poor brother.” Howie sighed heavily as he watched Rafferty walk into the house. “What are you doing here? You know how much I despise the snobs.”
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