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* Even ''Star Wars''' less than scientifically accurate FrickinLaserBeams should not be able to [[ReflectingLaser bounce on a wall]], except if the interior of the spaceship was somehow made of mirrors. Bob lampshades that each time, but also considers it an AcceptableBreakFromReality. There is also one precedent in [[Film/ANewHope the trash compactor scene]] but the official explanation is that it was [[HandWave "magnetically sealed"]].

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* Even ''Star Wars''' less than scientifically accurate FrickinLaserBeams [[SlowLaser Slow Lasers]] should not be able to [[ReflectingLaser bounce on a wall]], except if the interior of the spaceship was somehow made of mirrors. Bob lampshades that each time, but also considers it an AcceptableBreakFromReality. There is also one precedent in [[Film/ANewHope the trash compactor scene]] but the official explanation is that it was [[HandWave "magnetically sealed"]].



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* While Lily-Rose coming back is neat, it brings up the question of... What happened to the rest of her own group?



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* Théo seeing the connection with Vlad and the codices makes a lot of sense even in-universe since he fell in the psy world with him and partly fuse with him and a Death avatar.


** Acceptance: Théo now comes to accept failure as inevitable.

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** Acceptance: By episode 27 of season 3, Théo now comes to accept failure as inevitable.
feels he has completed his redemption and embraces his own notion of justice.


** Depression: Oh Lord of the Light, does he get it! A series of failure leaves him a husk of his former self.

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** Depression: Oh Lord of the Light, does he get it! A series of failure failures leaves him a husk of his former self.



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* Alternatively, Théo experiences the FiveStagesOfGrief throughout the 3rd season:
** Denial: Théo acts as Viktor would have (most notably as a healer) and against his own impulses, as if his reckless behaviour was not the cause of Viktor's death.
** Bargaining: Between Episodes 8 and 10. Théo uncharacteristically negociates with 3 churches and, litteraly removing his status as either Paladin or Inquisitor, tries to barter for safe passage for his friends and himself with his enemies.
** Anger: After his nth death, Théo lashes against anyone and everyone and wants to see the world burn.
** Depression: Oh Lord of the Light, does he get it! A series of failure leaves him a husk of his former self.
** Acceptance: Théo now comes to accept failure as inevitable.


* Why is [[BloodKnight Théo]] calmer and more encline to peace in season 3? Because it comes after [[spoiler:his recklessness, pettiness and desire to fight caused the razing of a big area, a ZombieApocalypse and the death of a lot of people, among them [[TheMentor Viktor]]]], which, as his inter season episode shows, he's remorsful of (at least the last one). No wonder he's more cautious now.

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* Why is [[BloodKnight Théo]] calmer and more encline to peace in season 3? Because it comes after [[spoiler:his his recklessness, pettiness and desire to fight caused the [[spoiler:the razing of a big area, a ZombieApocalypse and the death of a lot of people, among them [[TheMentor Viktor]]]], which, as his inter season episode shows, he's remorsful of (at least the last one). No wonder he's more cautious now.


* Why is [[BloodKnight Théo]] calmer and more encline to peace in season 3? Because it comes after [[spoiler:his recklessness, pettiness and desire to fight caused the razing of a big area, a ZombieAppocalypse and the death of a lot of people, among them [[TheMentor Viktor]]]], which, as his inter season episode shows, he's remorsful of (at least the last one). No wonder he's more cautious now.

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* Why is [[BloodKnight Théo]] calmer and more encline to peace in season 3? Because it comes after [[spoiler:his recklessness, pettiness and desire to fight caused the razing of a big area, a ZombieAppocalypse ZombieApocalypse and the death of a lot of people, among them [[TheMentor Viktor]]]], which, as his inter season episode shows, he's remorsful of (at least the last one). No wonder he's more cautious now.



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* Why is [[BloodKnight Théo]] calmer and more encline to peace in season 3? Because it comes after [[spoiler:his recklessness, pettiness and desire to fight caused the razing of a big area, a ZombieAppocalypse and the death of a lot of people, among them [[TheMentor Viktor]]]], which, as his inter season episode shows, he's remorsful of (at least the last one). No wonder he's more cautious now.



* Why is [[BloodKnight Théo]] calmer and more encline to peace in season 3? Because it comes after [[spoiler:his recklessness, pettiness and desire to fight caused the razing of a big area, a ZombieAppocalypse and the death of a lot of people, among them [[TheMentor Viktor]]]], which, as his inter season episode shows, he's remorsful of (at least the last one). No wonder he's more cautious now.

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* Why is [[BloodKnight Théo]] calmer and more encline to peace in season 3? Because it comes after [[spoiler:his recklessness, pettiness and desire to fight caused the razing of a big area, a ZombieAppocalypse and the death of a lot of people, among them [[TheMentor Viktor]]]], which, as his inter season episode shows, he's remorsful of (at least the last one). No wonder he's more cautious now.



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* Why is [[BloodKnight Théo]] calmer and more encline to peace in season 3? Because it comes after [[spoiler:his recklessness, pettiness and desire to fight caused the razing of a big area, a ZombieAppocalypse and the death of a lot of people, among them [[TheMentor Viktor]]]], which, as his inter season episode shows, he's remorsful of (at least the last one). No wonder he's more cautious now.



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* Sanguinus message to the party. It is heavily implied that the long distance call from Sanguinus was powered by the blood of a LOT of his priests (with their consent), turning his lair into a charnel house just to contact the adventurers and to set up a meeting.


** In a meta-sense, the whole conclave debacle and the end of the second season was basically decided on a coin flip with Viktor's silent advice to Théo (a failed mental test with a 50/100 statistic).

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** In On a meta-sense, meta-level, the whole conclave debacle and the end of the second season was basically decided on a coin flip with Viktor's silent advice to Théo (a failed mental test with a 50/100 statistic).



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** Alternatively, Bob had his character decide whether or not to kill the sewer hobo of the first live on a litteral coin toss. B.O.B. may have done the same in-universe, which Shin would have picked on.
** In a meta-sense, the whole conclave debacle and the end of the second season was basically decided on a coin flip with Viktor's silent advice to Théo (a failed mental test with a 50/100 statistic).


* Unless the meteor shower from season 2 had a larger range, the intendant's guild just won their war with all the churches army in disarray, even worse since the elementals will be invading soon if Théo's speech is to be believed.

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* Unless the meteor shower from season 2 had a larger range, the intendant's guild Intendant's Guild just won their war with all the churches army in disarray, even worse since the elementals will be invading soon if Théo's speech is to be believed.



* Unless he woke up and got the time to flee, Hal likely died shredded and/or burnt alive in the explosion radius of the Naga and maybe even the two Baragwins and the scanning robot too if they were not far enough.

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* Unless he woke up and got the time to flee, Hal likely died shredded and/or burnt alive in the explosion radius of the Naga and maybe even the two Baragwins and the scanning robot too if they were not far enough.
enough. And that is not counting on the fact that Mordeyn (who apparently hated him) might have [[SlainInTheirSleep killed him on his way back]].


* Shin deciding the life of someone on a coin toss make sense when this is the one who have the highest AllOrNothing ratio of the group so it's fitting he believes in luck and causality.

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* Shin deciding the life of someone on a coin toss make sense when this since he is the one who have with the highest AllOrNothing ratio of the group so it's fitting he believes in luck and causality.causality.


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