Isn't there a descendent still alive?Despite Sir Leopold killing Marta, her son Marek is still very much alive at the end of the encounter. Even though he didn't necessarily want to carry on the responsibility of the descendants in keeping Rhapthorne sealed inside the scepter, he's still Marta's son. There's no indication that intent or willingness is a necessary component of being a descendant; as long as you're part of a sage's family tree, that should be enough, right? If Marek is still alive, wouldn't that be enough to keep the seal intact?
The Puff Puff attack:It's supposed to be Marshmallow Hell of some sort, so why does Jessica turn her back to the enemy while preparing said attack?
Marcello:After he is defeated and saved by Angelo, he just limps off never to be seen again in the game. Honestly, I find this rather implausible. This is MARCELLO we're talking about. I don't believe he's the sort of person to just vanish while his enemies are hailed as heroes and with Rolo ending up the lord high priest. I didn't expect sunshine and puppies forgiveness/reconcilliation, but I also didn't expect Marcello to just disappear. I get the feeling that more was supposed to happen between Angelo and Marcello. I know that life isn't wrapped in a bow and some things have no closure, but I will always find it hard to swallow that this is one of them.
What was the point of knowing Empyrea's real name at the end?Really, it came totally left field, right after the final boss no less. OK, so she was named as such by the people that believed her to be a God, but she never bothered to correct them that Empyrea wasn't her name, let alone she wasn't a God?