宮本 グリフィス said:Yeah, it's puzzling, one thought that occurs to me, though it's literally just the first thing I came up with considering the question, is that they needed to go through all this in order to install themselves as governors of the world of Gaiseric's era, except they couldn't do it as the world was then, so they had to get away from that world in order to even install themselves as governors, and now that they've fully realized that, they're reinstalling that old world, except with themselves already as the principle, if that makes any sense. Basically, just to control that world, they had to destroy it, then build it back up it again, from scratch, in their image. Anyway, just something out of my ass, I'll call it the "roundabout theory."
I was always a big fan of that theory.Aazealh said:Brings back memories of my ooooold theory that the God Hand tried to recruit Gaiseric, but he told them to shove it.
However, what would be the reason to have the majority of humanity under the command of one kingdom that's ruling over the majority of people? There has to be more to it than controling humanity.
It could be that Gaiseric's reign had somehow removed the threat that the astral creatures had brought originaly.