In the Legend Two of Shields, the attempt to balance a project's priorities has resulted in an amusing failure. Uther has built a moat around his Castle Pendragon, but cannot manage to it fill with water. As he looks down from the bridge which passes over to the impressive towers of his new castle, all that he sees in the moat are a few insignificant puddles. But although of limited use for defence, the empty moat has become a rather attractive rock garden, and the golden leaves of the nearby trees have filled it with their priceless riches. In any project, no matter how one tries to organize and plan, perfection can never be achieved. Compromises are always required, and humour is often the best response to the frustrations which inevitably arise.