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** Charon, talking about his and Selesia's situation in their world is ''horrible'', with a bit of sad irony: [[spoiler: they're losing ground to the Avalon Brigade, he's tired of fighting, and changing his world through his Creator is the only possibility for him]]. The sad irony? Selesia has already fought someone with the same situation and broken worldview on two occasions(Aliceteria), and this time it's coming from someone she cares VERY MUCH for.

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** Charon, talking about his and Selesia's situation in their world is ''horrible'', with a bit of sad irony: [[spoiler: they're losing ground to the Avalon Brigade, he's tired of fighting, and changing his world through his Creator is the only possibility for him]]. The sad irony? Selesia has already fought someone with the same situation and broken worldview on two occasions(Aliceteria), and this time it's coming from someone she cares [[StarCrossedLovers VERY MUCH MUCH]] for.


* ''Also'' in Episode 6, Meteora being nearly killed(and later, in Episode 10) crosses into this and FridgeHorror when you realize that, out of all the Creations brought by Altair to the "real world", ''Meteora can never be created again''. With her Creator dead, this existence is all Meteora has.



* ''Also'' in Episode 6, Meteora being nearly killed(and later, in Episode 10) crosses into this and FridgeHorror when you realize, out of all the Creations brought by Altair to the "real world", ''Meteora can never be created again''. With her Creator dead, this existence is all Meteora has.

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* ''Also'' in Episode 6, Meteora being nearly killed(and later, in Episode 10) crosses into this and FridgeHorror when you realize, out of all the Creations brought by Altair to the "real world", ''Meteora can never be created again''. With her Creator dead, this existence is all Meteora has.


* The DullEyesOfUnhappiness that [[spoiler:Mamika]] gets.

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* The DullEyesOfUnhappiness that [[spoiler:Mamika]] gets.[[spoiler:Mamika gets upon dying]].


* Selesia's worry about Meteora's condition despite being ''impaled'' by Aliceteria might be well justified. With what has been said about character descriptions, and how durable some Creations might be compared to others based on their story, Meteora might have been just as near death as Selesia: [[spoiler: Meteora is an NPC from a Role Playing Game who lacks a deep character description(part of why she's emotionally aloof, and lacks offensive magic), unlike the other Creations]]. Selesia was even able to recover enough to talk to someone(her Creator) ''before'' Meteora was. The difference in a character's durability based on their description seems justified, as [[spoiler: Yuya later survives the same attack from Altair that killed Mamika earlier in the series]].

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* Selesia's worry about Meteora's condition despite being ''impaled'' by Aliceteria might be well justified. With what has been said about character descriptions, and how durable some Creations might be compared to others based on their story, Meteora might have been just as near death as Selesia: [[spoiler: Meteora is an NPC from a Role Playing Game who lacks a deep character description(part of why she's emotionally aloof, and lacks offensive magic), unlike the other Creations]]. Selesia was even able to recover enough to talk to someone(her Creator) ''before'' Meteora was.was, despite Meteora being injured before Selesia, and Selesia seemingly more gravely injured. The difference in a character's durability based on their description seems justified, as [[spoiler: Yuya later survives the same attack from Altair that killed Mamika earlier in the series]].


* Selesia's worry about Meteora's condition despite being ''impaled'' by Aliceteria might be well justified. With what has been said about character descriptions, and how durable some Creations might be compared to others based on their story, Meteora might have been just as near death as Selesia: [[spoiler: Meteora is an NPC from a Role Playing Game who lacks a deep character description(part of why she's emotionally aloof, and lacks offensive magic), unlike the other Creations]]. Selesia was even able to recover enough to talk to someone(her Creator) ''before'' her. The difference in a character's durability based on their description seems justified, as [[spoiler: Yuya later survives the same attack from Altair that killed Mamika earlier in the series]].

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* Selesia's worry about Meteora's condition despite being ''impaled'' by Aliceteria might be well justified. With what has been said about character descriptions, and how durable some Creations might be compared to others based on their story, Meteora might have been just as near death as Selesia: [[spoiler: Meteora is an NPC from a Role Playing Game who lacks a deep character description(part of why she's emotionally aloof, and lacks offensive magic), unlike the other Creations]]. Selesia was even able to recover enough to talk to someone(her Creator) ''before'' her.Meteora was. The difference in a character's durability based on their description seems justified, as [[spoiler: Yuya later survives the same attack from Altair that killed Mamika earlier in the series]].


* Selesia's worry about Meteora's condition despite being ''impaled'' by Aliceteria might be well justified. With what has been said about character descriptions, and how durable some Creations might be compared to others based on their story, Meteora might have been just as near death as Selesia: [[spoiler: Meteora is an NPC from a Role Playing Game who lacks a deep character description(part of why she's emotionally aloof, and lacks offensive magic), unlike the other Creations]]. ''Selesia was even able to wake up and talk before her''. The difference in a character's durability based on their description seems justified, as [[spoiler: Yuya later survives the same attack from Altair that killed Mamika earlier in the series]].

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* Selesia's worry about Meteora's condition despite being ''impaled'' by Aliceteria might be well justified. With what has been said about character descriptions, and how durable some Creations might be compared to others based on their story, Meteora might have been just as near death as Selesia: [[spoiler: Meteora is an NPC from a Role Playing Game who lacks a deep character description(part of why she's emotionally aloof, and lacks offensive magic), unlike the other Creations]]. ''Selesia Selesia was even able to wake up and recover enough to talk before her''.to someone(her Creator) ''before'' her. The difference in a character's durability based on their description seems justified, as [[spoiler: Yuya later survives the same attack from Altair that killed Mamika earlier in the series]].


* Selesia's worry about Meteora's condition despite being ''impaled'' by Aliceteria might be well justified. With what has been said about character descriptions, and how durable some Creations might be compared to others based on their story, Meteora might have been just as in peril as Selesia: [[spoiler: Meteora is an NPC from a Role Playing Game who lacks a deep character description(part of why she's emotionally aloof, and lacks offensive magic), unlike the other Creations]]. The difference in a character's durability based on their description seems justified, as [[spoiler: Yuya later survives the same attack from Altair that killed Mamika earlier in the series]].

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* Selesia's worry about Meteora's condition despite being ''impaled'' by Aliceteria might be well justified. With what has been said about character descriptions, and how durable some Creations might be compared to others based on their story, Meteora might have been just as in peril near death as Selesia: [[spoiler: Meteora is an NPC from a Role Playing Game who lacks a deep character description(part of why she's emotionally aloof, and lacks offensive magic), unlike the other Creations]].Creations]]. ''Selesia was even able to wake up and talk before her''. The difference in a character's durability based on their description seems justified, as [[spoiler: Yuya later survives the same attack from Altair that killed Mamika earlier in the series]].


* Selesia's worry about Meteora's condition despite being ''impaled'' by Aliceteria might be well justified. With what has been said about character descriptions, and how durable some Creations might be compared to others based on their story, Meteora might have been just as, if not more in peril than Selesia for people to realize: [[spoiler: Meteora is an NPC from a Role Playing Game who lacks a deep character description(part of why she's emotionally aloof, and lacks offensive magic), unlike the other Creations]]. The difference in a character's durability based on their description seems justified, as [[spoiler: Yuya later survives the same attack from Altair that killed Mamika earlier in the series]].

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* Selesia's worry about Meteora's condition despite being ''impaled'' by Aliceteria might be well justified. With what has been said about character descriptions, and how durable some Creations might be compared to others based on their story, Meteora might have been just as, if not more as in peril than Selesia for people to realize: as Selesia: [[spoiler: Meteora is an NPC from a Role Playing Game who lacks a deep character description(part of why she's emotionally aloof, and lacks offensive magic), unlike the other Creations]]. The difference in a character's durability based on their description seems justified, as [[spoiler: Yuya later survives the same attack from Altair that killed Mamika earlier in the series]].


* A subtle one, but when Aliceteria calls out Blitz on the emptiness of him wanting to go back to his world, followed by his later conversation with Altair, it's implied that Blitz may know Altair's real goal: [[spoiler: destroying the real world, and thus all worlds]]. He ''still'' allies himself with her, given his own horrible story of [[spoiler: having to kill his daughter and hating his Creator because of it]]. Until [[spoiler: his daughter is later brought back to life]], it's implied ''he'll defend Altair no matter what her ultimate goal is''.

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* A subtle one, but when Aliceteria calls out Blitz on the emptiness of him wanting to go back to his world, followed by his later conversation with Altair, it's implied that Blitz may know Altair's real goal: [[spoiler: destroying the real world, and thus all worlds]]. He ''still'' allies himself with her, given his own horrible story of [[spoiler: having to kill his daughter and hating his Creator because of it]]. Until [[spoiler: his daughter is later brought back to life]], it's implied ''he'll defend Altair no matter even though he knows what her ultimate goal is''.


* Selesia's worry about Meteora's condition despite being ''impaled'' by Aliceteria might be well justified. With what has been said about character descriptions, and how durable some might be compared to others based on their story, Meteora might have been just as, if not more in peril than Selesia for people to realize: [[spoiler: Meteora is an NPC from an Role Playing Game who lacks a deep character description(part of why she's emotionally aloof, and lacks offensive magic), unlike the other Creations]]. The difference in a character's durability based on their description seems justified, as [[spoiler: Yuya later survives the same attack from Altair that killed Mamika earlier in the series]].

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* Selesia's worry about Meteora's condition despite being ''impaled'' by Aliceteria might be well justified. With what has been said about character descriptions, and how durable some Creations might be compared to others based on their story, Meteora might have been just as, if not more in peril than Selesia for people to realize: [[spoiler: Meteora is an NPC from an a Role Playing Game who lacks a deep character description(part of why she's emotionally aloof, and lacks offensive magic), unlike the other Creations]]. The difference in a character's durability based on their description seems justified, as [[spoiler: Yuya later survives the same attack from Altair that killed Mamika earlier in the series]].


* A subtle one, but when Aliceteria calls out Blitz on the emptiness of him wanting to go back to his world, followed by his later conversation with Altair, it's implied that Blitz may know Altair's real goal: [[spoiler: destroying the real world, and thus all worlds]]. He ''still'' allies himself with her, given his own horrible story of [[spoiler: having to kill his daughter and hating his Creator because of it]]. Until [[spoiler: his daughter is later brought back to life]], it's implied ''he just doesn't care what happens anymore''.

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* A subtle one, but when Aliceteria calls out Blitz on the emptiness of him wanting to go back to his world, followed by his later conversation with Altair, it's implied that Blitz may know Altair's real goal: [[spoiler: destroying the real world, and thus all worlds]]. He ''still'' allies himself with her, given his own horrible story of [[spoiler: having to kill his daughter and hating his Creator because of it]]. Until [[spoiler: his daughter is later brought back to life]], it's implied ''he just doesn't care ''he'll defend Altair no matter what happens anymore''.her ultimate goal is''.


* Selesia's worry about Meteora's condition despite being ''impaled'' by Aliceteria might be well justified. With what has been said about character descriptions, and how durable some might be compared to others based on their story, Meteora might have been just as, if not more in peril than Selesia for people to realize: [[spoiler: Meteora is an NPC from an MMO who lacks a deep character description(part of why she's emotionally aloof, and lacks offensive magic), unlike the other Creations]]. The difference in a character's durability based on their description seems justified, as [[spoiler: Yuya later survives the same attack from Altair that killed Mamika earlier in the series]].

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* Selesia's worry about Meteora's condition despite being ''impaled'' by Aliceteria might be well justified. With what has been said about character descriptions, and how durable some might be compared to others based on their story, Meteora might have been just as, if not more in peril than Selesia for people to realize: [[spoiler: Meteora is an NPC from an MMO Role Playing Game who lacks a deep character description(part of why she's emotionally aloof, and lacks offensive magic), unlike the other Creations]]. The difference in a character's durability based on their description seems justified, as [[spoiler: Yuya later survives the same attack from Altair that killed Mamika earlier in the series]].


* A subtle one, but when Aliceteria calls out Blitz on the emptiness of him wanting to go back to his world, followed by his later conversation with Altair, it's implied that Blitz may know Altair's real goal: [[spoiler: destroying the real world, and thus all worlds]]. He ''still'' allies himself with her, given his own horrible story of [[spoiler: having to kill his daughter and hating his Creator because of it]]. Until [[spoiler: his daughter is later brought back to life]], it's implied he just doesn't care what happens anymore.

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* A subtle one, but when Aliceteria calls out Blitz on the emptiness of him wanting to go back to his world, followed by his later conversation with Altair, it's implied that Blitz may know Altair's real goal: [[spoiler: destroying the real world, and thus all worlds]]. He ''still'' allies himself with her, given his own horrible story of [[spoiler: having to kill his daughter and hating his Creator because of it]]. Until [[spoiler: his daughter is later brought back to life]], it's implied he ''he just doesn't care what happens anymore.anymore''.


* A subtle one, but when Aliceteria calls out Blitz on the emptiness of him wanting to go back to his world, followed by his later conversation with Altair, it's implied that Blitz may know Altair's real goal: [[spoiler: destroying the real world, and thus all worlds]]. He ''still'' allies himself with her, given his own horrible story of [[spoiler: having to kill his daughter and hating his Creator because of it]]. Until [[spoiler: his daughter is brought back to life]], it's implied he just doesn't care what happens anymore.

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* A subtle one, but when Aliceteria calls out Blitz on the emptiness of him wanting to go back to his world, followed by his later conversation with Altair, it's implied that Blitz may know Altair's real goal: [[spoiler: destroying the real world, and thus all worlds]]. He ''still'' allies himself with her, given his own horrible story of [[spoiler: having to kill his daughter and hating his Creator because of it]]. Until [[spoiler: his daughter is later brought back to life]], it's implied he just doesn't care what happens anymore.

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