Taikei no Yuurei wrote:None of that explains how she comes to the realization that fate was simply delayed, not changed. If Jillian doesn't kill Olive and goes back to FAQ, and then FAQ is destroyed by Stanley while she is pursuing her own fate because she thinks it is inevitable.... how does that make Jillian killing Olive inevitable? She still hasn't killed Olive. And FAQ fell because of her, not because of Jillian's fate. It just... the sequence and cause-effect is totally out of line in that whole scenario it's actually hard to try and argue against it.
What? No, I was saying that Fate was changed, and for the worse. This is not new to Wanda's philosophy of Fate.
In IPTSF 54, Wanda told Jillian she was Predicted to croak the Haffaton Ruler.
In IPTSF 55, Jillian asked why Olive didn't have her croaked, and Wanda explained that "She could try. But it would be a dire mistake. Either something would go wrong and you would escape again, or you would perish. But then, something worse would take your place. Worse for her, I mean. Some instrument of Fate that Olive would like even less than you. And she certainly doesn’t like you. Olive knows she would suffer, for having turned away from Fate.” (emphasis added by me)
I'm saying that Wanda will rationalize the tragedy of Faq's fall by saying that it was because Jillian didn't croak that Olive, and so Fate made it much worse than otherwise would've been.