the_tick_rules wrote:she feels guided by fate. If she feels parson, stan, or anyone else is in the way it's easy to see her try to get back on track, so to speak.
I think that, in a way, Wanda sees Parson as an AGENT of Fate. She is merely a piece on the board, but Parson is something that makes Fate happen.
Do the math.
Wanda knows Parson was summoned from Somewhere Else. (She should after all, she did the summoning)
She knows that there was a lot of Predictamancy involved in the making of the spell. (Marie Predicted she'd get the 'Pliers in the first place)
Parson has done the impossible, not once or twice, but SEVERAL times.
It was Parson's Volcano trick that finally enabled her to get
It isn't Parson's fault that she got off track. On the contrary, I think she might look to Parson to find out how to get back ON the right track.
She sees and knows that Parson can solve at least some of her problems (see here
). I don't think that she would go against Parson, or at least, not for THAT reason.
"All warfare is based on deception" - Sun Tzu, Chapter 1, Line 18, The Art of War
"The principle of strategy is to know ten thousand things by having one thing." - Miyamoto Musashi, The Book of Earth, Go Rin No Sho