I'm, bracing myself for tragedy.
Uh, let's not discuss those right now in the case of not wanting the thread to get unhandy.
If so, what does that mean for Gammon's face?
Huh, so our initial assumption on why the body swap happened was correct. Have to say, Ma is getting to be an amusing ham.
I'd point out that there are at least a dozen characters in EC who have done far, far worse than Kayo (many of whom didn't suffer from overt mental illness and trauma) and Riliane, one of the worse in actions, was given the ability to redeem herself, so I think mothy isn't one to play moral absolute.
That said, out of not wanting to turn this into a flame thread, how about we drop this topic and discuss the elements for forthcoming articles, kay? Don't want this to turn into a Nasuverse power debate >>
GreekTelepath wrote: Since (spoiler warning) Kayo projects the image of her son onto Kokutan-douji, does that mean we have to change every instance of "Len" into "Ren"?
Since Servy did it because it's the Japanese spelling and seems to have no connection to Allen himself, then yes.
Eve was pretty crazy herself and that was because Adam drugged her. If Mikulia would of done what Evelia did is a mystery the world will never know, but Margarita was very much her own person regardless of the past. After all, there wasn't a Margarita before besides a stillborn infant.
Mad and evil is a bit of an extreme way to portray Margarita. I mean, while by no means innocent, she was still very much a broken teenage girl with severe mental issues and a terrible life who snapped from her experiences. Of course, Kayo is much sadder and isn't genocidal, but even then she was called pitiful and shown to have a good relationship with Allen in SCaP. She's honestly what I expected.
That's true, actually! Part of what makes Kayo's story thus far so realistic is how...blunt it is. There's very little thus far in the way of anything nasty like the previous arcs, just one poor woman being put through utter hell and going insane because of it. It's..fascinating, to say the least.
Eh, considering Kokutan called Kayo sinful but pitiful and he's shown crying when he's about to kill her, methinks mothy's playing the tragedy card here. Of course, that doesn't mean fear can not exist...
You know, mothy said he's terrified of Kayo's character, so perhaps making her one big tragedy is his way of quelling fear? XP
Isn't part of the tale of Momotaro supposed to be that he grew very quickly? Who knows, I'm just suspicious about that hair colour.
Okay so Kayo married her cousin-who-is-totally-not-Gakusha but it wasn't legally her cousin.
A thought, what if Ren is what Allen was originally supposed to incarnate into to only for the fire to fuck things up? Because that's the only way I can wrap my head around a black haired woman and a purple haired man having a blond child.
I really like how Freezis is still around. It's nice to see them as a constant in the franchise.