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Chapter 25: Page 20

November 30th, 2015, 11:00 am

I Say...

Hazumirein says,

Also noteworthy about Dae: When he's not blaming Artturo, he's blaming himself.

Question of the Update: You can already get a sense of it, but how do you think he's going to react to Riza's "just apologize" suggestion?

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And You Say...

KingKomodo (Guest) says,

I'm going to guess either exasperation as he's already tried that. Either that or there's going to be some yelling. But perhaps a group sit down might help since part of their problem seems to be they know nothing about Morgai and Artturo which perhaps this would help that as well.

Gothimo says,

I guess he will turn around and yell, "I already did!" and than start crying, but that's just a guess.

sharpshot4321 (Guest) says,

Depends entirely on how he views it.
If he really thinks it is his fault that it happened because he lacked control, then yes. He should apologize because in his mind he is at fault for the situation.
On the other hand, if his dragon is like Riza's wolf, then he didn't really get a choice in his forced sharing of a body with another sentient entity. His responsibility is mitigated by the actions of something difficult to control that he never got a choice in dealing with.
He could be anywhere between these two points, but till he figures out where on the scale he lies, then he will be making skewed choices on what is and isn't his fault.

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