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14th Jun '16 6:31:11 AM Scarab
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*** There are two possibilities here if it isn't both. The first is that Edward Jones knew "Emma" isn't exactly human (which would make sense if she'd stuck with him a long time) and of her tendency to take the names of those who died in memorial. [[MyOwnPrivateIDo The other...]]


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** The whole idea of Jones taking the names of those whose lives she shared upon their death. For a creature that believes herself incapable of love and human sentiment, this is a very human and touching form of memorial.
14th May '16 7:59:39 PM Lanthorn
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14th May '16 7:54:09 PM Lanthorn
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** [[spoiler: Word of Tom says the dog, whose name is Traveler, didn't die in the end. The cynical/black comedy side of Something Awful took the ExactWords to mean "the dog died ''near'' the end" or maybe even was DeadToBeginWith. The more hopeful members disagree -- [[http://www.viralvo.com/strange-in-sea/?r=jm he swam to Italy and was rescued]]!]]


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** Annie tearfully apologizes to Rey for "giving him up so easily" to Kat. Rey forgives her -- he already forgave her -- but she clearly needs to forgive herself too.
21st Mar '16 10:26:42 AM Kythereia
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5th Mar '16 12:31:42 AM Thecommander236
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* Sidecomic "The Traveller" deserves mention here. [[spoiler: It features Pat taking a dog, whose back two legs are paralyzed, into her care. They go out into the ocean on a boat together, and the dog jumps out. Despite Paz's attempts to get him back, the dog swims into the distance and disappears from sight.]]

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* Sidecomic "The Traveller" deserves mention here. [[spoiler: It features Pat Paz taking a dog, whose back two legs are paralyzed, into her care. They go out into the ocean on a boat together, and the dog jumps out. Despite Paz's attempts to get him back, the dog swims into the distance and disappears from sight.]]
29th Jan '16 3:28:55 PM FantiSci
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* In Chapter 57, Annie explains her current problems with the Ether - it used to be a beautiful world for her, "like being underwater", but without [[spoiler:her blinker stone]], it now feels like she's "swimming in ink". It's clear that she feels cut off from something that gave her such joy, and is fearful that she might not get that world back. Luckily, Reynard is more than reassuring.
6th Nov '15 6:08:55 AM FeralDog
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* Funny as it was that Chapter 55 was so short, there's something quite heartbreaking about Anthony's abrupt ending to the conversation, especially seeing how tense Annie was to approach with the request to [[spoiler:give back Renard]].
13th Oct '15 4:23:02 AM FantiSci
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* From Chapter 54: Ysengrin's well-intended but brutal style of mentoring leads him to [[spoiler:seemingly destroy Annie's blinker stone, to prevent her from using it as a crutch]]. He has a point...however, when you consider where that particular item came from in the first place, the implications are pretty tragic. [[spoiler: The stone was a gift from the now- DeaderThanDead Mort -- you know, the little boy who couldn't even recall who Annie was the last time she saw him? Annie just lost her last physical reminder of him, and another trace of his existence has now been erased since she helped him cross into the ether]].
11th Sep '15 2:36:59 AM Eagal
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** In a harsh call-back to [[http://www.gunnerkrigg.com/archive_page.php?comicID=95 this page,]] Annie is still justifying Anthony's actions toward her in the previous chapters, despite both Kat and Donald's argument that it doesn't.

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** In a harsh call-back to [[http://www.gunnerkrigg.com/archive_page.php?comicID=95 this page,]] Annie is still justifying Anthony's actions toward her in the previous chapters, despite both Kat and Donald's argument that it doesn't. having reasons for doing the things he's done doesn't excuse or justify them in the slightest.
4th Sep '15 3:44:06 AM culturalrebel
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** In a harsh call-back to [[http://www.gunnerkrigg.com/archive_page.php?comicID=95 this page,]] Annie is still justifying Anthony's actions toward her in the previous chapters, despite both Donald's argument that it doesn't.

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** In a harsh call-back to [[http://www.gunnerkrigg.com/archive_page.php?comicID=95 this page,]] Annie is still justifying Anthony's actions toward her in the previous chapters, despite both Kat and Donald's argument that it doesn't.
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