Headscratchers: Magna Carta 2

No-one thinks of what will happen to Crocell after the final boss battle.

The game establishes that if La Strada is destroyed, then sorcery will become next-to-impossible. Crocell is from a family of famous fire magicians. That's his entire legacy, and his control over fire magic is something he's damn proud of. No-one ever pauses to consider how the defeat of the final boss will take away a large part of who Crocell is.
  • Next-to-impossible, dear.

Am I the only one who feels that Zephie basically emotionally blackmailed Juto at the beginning of the game?

The whole thing left a sour taste in my mouth, the way Zephie was acting like she was doing Juto one favor after another by graciously allowing him to join her forces, when right after the fight with the Sentinel on the island she was practically drooling about having his powers on her side?