Yup, exile it is.
End of Line
Four days? He’ll be dead in two.
Three, tops, especially without his glasses.
He’ll be fine.
I honestly don’t know how many more stories I have for these characters, so this isn’t a spoiler per se, but one thing I’d like to do is have Simon in the background of various scenes. He’d be sweeping the floor in a bar in one scene or selling melons in another. Sort of a running joke.
hopefully I’ll be able and willing to do more stories, 😀
You could have him selling cabbages, and constantly destroy his stand. 😉
…why am I incapable of typing a simple email address?
Yes! Love that show.😀
A line from “Jesus Christ, Superstar” (yes, I am old). Hmm…I wonder where that leads to?
Which line? It’s not intentional but that’s cool. 🙂
The scene where Jesus sings to Judus, “Go, before I can get my mind.” He then leaves to betray him.
It must be a portal to the Plane of Infinite Kittens.
Whoops, meant to link that as a comment under RonV2’s quote-not-question.
Wait, so she knew all along that the world was created by a cataclysm of his doing?
That really twists her standing into a villainous one. No longer was it to stop “the bad man” or contain a taboo monstrosity of unknown origin. She was specifically fighting to maintain slavery, the dark ages, and generally terrible conditions for all of humanity. That whole sidestory about the Bulls and Deer? Apparently she’s fine with that, or at least fine enough to want it over fixing it.
I believe the only two answers is that she’s either insane, or evil. “Misled” is no longer on the table because of this installment.
She didn’t know all along. Simon told them, remember?
And she is actually fighting for freedom of choice. If Simon, or anybody else, could work the helmet, then they’d control the world; it’d be a global dictatorship, and they wouldn’t even know about it.
Yeah, the world these characters live in might be harsh, but the moral here is that it is better to try and fix the world you’ve got than to try to “make it better” by taking away other people’s right to choose for themselves.
She is not fine with the Deers being hunted and eaten by the Wolves (or maybe she is. It is, after all, what happens in “our” world too, but since deers and wolves don’t look human we don’t react strongly to it), but she sees greater value in teaching the Deers to fight back than in waving a “magic rod” and making all of /her/ life’s problems go away. Sure, it sucks for the Deers to be eaten by Wolves, but look at it by the Wolves’ point of view: that’s what they know is right and natural, and, as horrible as we find this situation to be, wiping the Wolves from the face of Earth isn’t the solution.
That’s about right. 😀
As for How Kyri feels about being prey for Wolves, deer religion and tradition supports this, so that’s something she has to grapple with. Hopefully I can explore that in future stories.
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