Jack's reaction to Ridley's plea if you choose the Human path... seriously, WHAT THE HELL, "Just a rebelious phase"? that's all I get? couldn't they make it so Jack lose track of Ridley and have no choice other that go the the castle or something?
The point is him choosing not to help her, and going to the castle as ordered, though they could have done it a little better. Him losing track of her wouldn't be a choice, it would just be him always deciding to go with her but being forced by the plot not to. However yeah this whole decision is wonky because Jack never actively makes the decision to either side with the humans or non-human's in the war, he either goes with Ridley, and ends up having to get caught up with the elves to save her, or goes to the castle and ends up coming to blows with the elves because he's hunting dragons. The manga at least, handles the Ridley thing better. After realizing Jack was gonna go with her, Ridley deliberately pisses him off with a comment about nobility and his father, so Jack is mad at her and it's more understandable when he decides to leave her alone.
Ganz's death, in the end of the non-human path, seriously, I'd understand if he had nothing to go back to, but not only he had Rynka and Flau, but his whole life ahead, and instead he stay just standing in there?
Uh, Rynka, Flau, and the rest of humanity are also affected with the whole revising of the world thing. Not to mention, Gawain and Ganz have been separated for sixteen years and then suddenly Gawain dies. Pretty sure there would be nothing anymore for Ganz.