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This is a "Wild Mass Guess" entry, where we pull out all the sanity stops on theorizing. The regular entry on this topic is elsewhere. Please see this programme note.
The "Gateway to Heavens" is actually a Space Elevator.
Look at those cables going up! What else could it be?
  • An oil platform? Naah.

Daryl stole her grandmother's staff.
Daryl's very hesitant to discuss her staff, and she seems to have trouble saying that she "inherited" it from her grandmother.
  • Seems to be proven wrong by chapter 37; in a flashback, we see Helen (Daryl's grandmother) teaching Daryl a few tricks, and then Daryl's mother storms in and angrily hurled the staff into the wall (hence that huge crack on the orb) before forcibly dragging Daryl away. Apparently, Daryl've got issues with her mother not wanting her to be a Pacificator, and it seems that Helen gave her staff to Daryl against her daughter's (or daughter-in-law) will...

The story will end with Cinna and Muneca being best friends. least, if everything goes according to Daryl's wishes.

Aphrodite will switch sides.
She hates fighting, and doesn't seem to quite understand what it means to be a villain.

Platoon 113 will go to Japan. part of their investigation on the mysterious Nozomi.
  • This is looking less likely - however, the platoon might would go to an Eastern country (most likely China)... especially so, since we (the readers) now know that Nozomi was once a Pacificator who had gone MIA (as far as the Pacificators know).

There is something going on between Kathy Lee and the Chancellor. Most likely, she's conspiring with him for total control of the Pacificators.
Let's observe several points!
  • Kathy, ever since the Chancellor arrived, have had been hanging around him a lot.
    • Yes, she's a freelancer, but we don't know whether she's been hired by him or not.
  • She spied on the Platoon 113 for him (specifically, the fight between the platoon and the renegades in chapters 39-41).
  • Despite the fact that Muneca should have been demoted or otherwise in trouble (mostly due to factors outside of her control, however), she hasn't.
    • The Chancellor, when first meeting Muneca, told her that he've "heard a lot about [her]," and he specifically singled her out to commend her when they were at a rally. He's definitely got his eye on her.
      • Why is this significant? Muneca is Kathy's best friend, ever since childhood. Odds are very good that Kathy didn't tell the Chancellor certain things about Muneca, such as her very, very illegal sword.
  • And last, there's this nod between the two of themů before Kathy started hanging around him.
    • Considering that Kathy was spying on Muneca's platoon the next chapter, this was probably a signal from the Chancellor.

Going off the above, Kathy will choose Muneca over the Chancellor.
Granted, we haven't seen many moments between the ladies, but it's obvious that they're dear to each other.
  • As mentioned in the "Kathy-and-the-Chancellor" theory, Kathy didn't tell the Chancellor, nor any other higher authorities, about Muneca's illegal sword.
    • She also apparently didn't tell them the finer details of any of Muneca's fights with the renegades which could put her into a poor light.
  • Kathy was totally ready to throw-down with Cinna when she thought Cinna've humiliated Muneca in front of the Chancellor.
  • Kathy goes out of her way to praise Muneca and basically give her a leg-up.

Considering the above two, Muneca knows all of this. She knows that Kathy's in league with the Chancellor, but isn't telling anybody.
ůMaybe that's because she trusts Kathy so much?

T-Pacificator powers have something to do with X Chromosomes.
  • It seems there are a lot more females with the superpowers and if a lot of technology and science knowledge has been lost it could be that this hasn't occurred to anyone because the basics of DNA have been forgotten.
    • This troper have had wondered the same. The best she could come up with is that the powers requires multiple genes to activate, and that those genes are all found on the X chromosomes. This explains why few men have them (it's possible, and there are known cases, for a guy to have XXY), and why the majority of women don't have powers, despite the fact that they should. To help explain this picture, let's say that, maybe, the powers requires six genes. A woman (or a man) could have one, two, three, four, or even five, of those genes, but since they don't have all six, they won't ever develop powers... but they could end up passing on those genes to their offspring. But then, who knows?
      • Biology is fun!

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