robak wrote:One question: Can Jillian just leave the city and fly out towards Ansom without crossing the airspace? Or does she have to run into Wanda?
I was wondering that to. I thought they might even be why Jillian strapped on that helmet, she'll go through the GK dwagons one way or another.
Unknownid wrote:I'm posting this comment because I think it's a topic that has been widely over-looked in light of such groundbreaking progressions in the battle... Wanda's feelings. Rereading the comic, I can't help but feel horribly sorry for Wanda. She asked Jillian to prove her love/loyalty to Wanda. Instead, she betrayed her again.
To be fair Jillian also asked Wanda to come back and Wanda said no, Fate compels and all that - essentially saying as much as she'd like to she can't, she has to stay working with the guy who Jillian hates so much. Granted Jillian used the relationship against her (accepting Wanda wouldn't kill her) after Wanda said "ok, just let me croak your allies and then we'll talk about turning", but both of them are fairly stubborn.
Of course Jillian also told Slately to hold back on the "kill Wanda" orders...
After observing Wanda's past romantic dilemmas I can't help but worry about her mental and emotional state. How many more utter rejections can Wanda take before she crumbles like a cookie?
Hard to say. Wanda should be starting to think Fate doesn't want her to be happy in her quest to unite the tools.
I probably would have said screw cruel old Fate, but then I don't really believe in it like Wanda does.
OneHugeTuck wrote:Perhaps she can Decrypt her pride/broken heart.
Uncroak my heart... heh.
HandofShadows wrote:We don't actually know if an Arkentool weilder can be croaked or not. Or if croaked would stay that way.
Hmmmm, I don't think we've gotten any evidence that attunement leads to immortality. I guess Toolists like Wanda and Stanley might
believe the Titans/Fate want them alive and so they will always manage to survive, although Stanley's reactions at times in book one seem to show someone who thought he could and would die, and did everything to avoid that (like fleeing to perceived safety).
And so my time with the Tardy Elves draws to a close, and I am let to ponder how the experience will... eh, I'll finish later. No need to rush.