We were playing shops. theBoy sold a wall to a knight. The knight used it to protect himself against a rampaging giant lizard (1).
The giant lizard then bought a catapult from theBoy ... and fired itself over the wall with it so it could gobble the knight.
Yes, that's right, theBoy sold arms to both sides of a conflict.
He's a Lad Lord of War! A mini-Merchant of Death!
He's a capitalist being a capitalist at its most pure; the only moral concern is the shareholders' fiscal interest.
All hail parasitic cephalopods!
Later, when we replayed the game with a new knight, theBoy refused to sell the catapult to the giant lizard. So a dinosaur came forward and bought the catapult instead ... only to then promptly on-sell it to the giant lizard.
And that's how theBoy found out about how middle parties can break the sacred trust of their end user certificate.