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view keiiii's profile

27th Jan 2016, 11:25 PM

keiiii

The elephant in the room.

This scene played out WAY differently in the first edition, which was released only in Korean. A few things that were very clear in the first edition became ambiguous in this one -- e.g. did Lushaka mean to do this?

The ambiguity is unintentional, but in retrospect, I'd say it goes well with the character. He's meant to be more distant, not the easiest to figure out.

I realize that can backfire by being too confusing, though. Let me know what you think! (and no, that's not code for "give me praises." XD)

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view Allzephyr's profile

27th Jan 2016, 11:40 PM

Allzephyr

Lushaka too, huh? The monarchy *really* isn't going to be happy when they find out that two of their best operatives just crippled each other. What a fiasco.

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view keiiii's profile

28th Jan 2016, 12:31 AM

keiiii

There is no better word for it than fiasco, truly.

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view Travis's profile

28th Jan 2016, 10:22 AM

Travis

I'm not sure what this girl's story is, but she's handling things way better than I would have imagined. she's been betrayed, and crippled. You can really feel for her.

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view keiiii's profile

28th Jan 2016, 4:02 PM

keiiii

She may actually be going through a mild version of dissociation right now...

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view Zanreo's profile

28th Jan 2016, 10:59 AM

Zanreo

Sure looks like an uncomfortable situation... I can really feel the characters' pain here, great work!

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view melaredblu's profile

28th Jan 2016, 2:43 PM

melaredblu

Given that Lushaka is a cat, being somewhat inscrutable is a fitting trait for his character. Personally, I'm on the "He didn't mean to do this", because it makes perfect sense to me that he could have crippled her without meaning to. I can't think of a lot of reasons why he would go to such lengths on purpose, unless it was just a way to slow her down on the hunt. Still, I don't think that was his plan, exactly. Whether he regrets it all that much remains to be seen. I'm looking forward to seeing what his reason was for leaking information, though.

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view keiiii's profile

31st Jan 2016, 12:49 AM

keiiii

His reason behind this whole ordeal speaks volumes about his character/values. I'm sad that it'll take a very long time to fully explain it, but hopefully it will all be worth the wait!

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view alston123's profile

29th Jan 2016, 2:04 PM

alston123

Dang. I think things are about to get so much more real. See I'm torn, it's not fair that she lost her powers, but she tried to hurt my favorite character...I just...I'm just torn...-_-

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view keiiii's profile

31st Jan 2016, 12:49 AM

keiiii

People can be cruel, but sometimes life is the most cruel of them all.

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view Blissarda's profile

30th Jan 2016, 7:01 PM

Blissarda

I wonder if losing one's power equals to temporarily having a concussion here. Is it a rare condition?

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view keiiii's profile

31st Jan 2016, 12:53 AM

keiiii

It's extremely rare among Elyath born in their home world, as the ability is necessary for daily survival. D: An affected Elyath in their home world would need a dedicated helper 24/7 until they recover, if they recover at all.

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31st Jan 2016, 5:30 PM

NeilKapit

Given how Adela earlier boasted that Elyath don't have a word for suyori because all of them have those powers, the extent of the loss she and Lushaka must feel is profoundly terrible (if technically deserved).

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