Welf von Ehrwald wrote:
In fact, if Caesar has a good mind at all, Don King would be likely to consult him on important decisions. I think he'd be almost certain to inform his chief warlord of such decisions.
True, I reread it and could not found any hint that Caesar does not know what Don's intentions are. I interpreted his bad mood after the thinkagram as a sign that Don did not told him what he plans.
With the way he was digging the 'your highness'es at every opportunity? I think he was told that she's a princess, and is of value, which Caesar didn't much care for.
Also, is it just me who looks at Caeser's name, and wonder if he isn't going to try to pull a coup?