Author Topic: Elfhelm: the stage for the next great tragedy  (Read 7593 times)

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Offline Rupert Sinclair

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Re: Elfhelm: the stage for the next great tragedy
« Reply #50 on: January 11, 2017, 11:56:51 PM »
Griffith is using Casca's child as a vessel/hostage. Griffith lives in Falconia. Where else is Casca supposed to go if she wants to save/protect her child?

How is she even suppose to get there?  Have you really thought any of this through?  None of what you're proposing makes any sense, whether from a character and story perspective or from a logistical one.

Offline asic

Re: Elfhelm: the stage for the next great tragedy
« Reply #51 on: January 13, 2017, 11:08:40 AM »
I think this thread is just going in circles now.

None of us can with certainty say what will happen with Guts and Casca when her mind is returned, although it is fun to theorize ofcourse and I do not fault Truth for speaking his mind. However @TheAwfulTruth you seem to be hellbent on proving your theory and projecting your own biases onto the story. Furthermore your understanding of character motivations seems rather completely skewed.

Edit:
Sorry for being a bit of a dick, didn't mean to put a damper on everything.



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