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** Episode 5 seems to lend this some additional credence. There are two very distinct metal-on-metal sounds when Beatrice is attacked. Once when taking [[spoiler:taking a sword blow to the neck and another when her head hits the wall]].

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** Episode 5 seems to lend this some additional credence. There are two very distinct metal-on-metal sounds when Beatrice is attacked. Once when taking [[spoiler:taking taking a sword blow to the neck and another when her head hits the wall]].wall.



** [[spoiler:Jossed as of episode 8. The original Ange was sadly impoverished.]]

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** [[spoiler:Jossed Jossed as of episode 8. The original Ange was sadly impoverished.]]




* Since [[spoiler:the Grand Chamberlain, Winston]], was able to figure it out, it's likely that the Queen is smart enough to realize that Princess isn't her real granddaughter.

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* Since [[spoiler:the the Grand Chamberlain, Winston]], Winston, was able to figure it out, it's likely that the Queen is smart enough to realize that Princess isn't her real granddaughter.



* The episode was otherwise filler, but it would make a load of sense that the team would return to the place if they needed to hide. However, it is likely that if they do this, they'll still be discovered and the laundry girls will get caught in a crossfire. Princess will then tell the laundry girls the truth, and the girls will offer to help her because of all the team did for them.

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* The episode was otherwise filler, but it would make a load of sense that the team would return to the place if they needed to hide. However, it is likely that if they do this, they'll still be discovered and the laundry girls will get caught in a crossfire. Princess will then tell the laundry girls the truth, and the girls will offer to help her because of all the team did for them.

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** The [[https://youtu.be/snwc9SnOrbY trailer]] for Chapter 2 of Crown Handler shows this appears to be the case.

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** The [[https://youtu.be/snwc9SnOrbY trailer]] for Chapter 2 of Crown Handler shows this appears to be the case.case.

[[WMG: Team White Pigeon will return to the laundromat from Episode 7 to lay low.]]
* The episode was otherwise filler, but it would make a load of sense that the team would return to the place if they needed to hide. However, it is likely that if they do this, they'll still be discovered and the laundry girls will get caught in a crossfire. Princess will then tell the laundry girls the truth, and the girls will offer to help her because of all the team did for them.


** The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tD_RckqrE8Y&ab_channel=AniTV trailer]] for Chapter 2 of Crown Handler shows this appears to be the case.

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** The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tD_RckqrE8Y&ab_channel=AniTV [[https://youtu.be/snwc9SnOrbY trailer]] for Chapter 2 of Crown Handler shows this appears to be the case.


* Princess is presently fourth in line for the throne, and she's clearly stated she wants to do something about that. However, due to her demeanor, it is unlikely that she would go so far as killing one of her "siblings". That said, it's entirely possible that someone else will kill one of the heirs and Princess (and the rest of Team White Pigeon) will get caught up in the political disaster that follows.

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* Princess is presently fourth in line for the throne, and she's clearly stated she wants to do something about that. However, due to her demeanor, it is unlikely that she would go so far as killing one of her "siblings". That said, it's entirely possible that someone else will kill one of the heirs and Princess (and the rest of Team White Pigeon) will get caught up in the political disaster that follows.follows.
** The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tD_RckqrE8Y&ab_channel=AniTV trailer]] for Chapter 2 of Crown Handler shows this appears to be the case.


* Since [[spoiler:the Grand Chamberlain, Winston]], was able to figure it out, it's likely that the Queen is smart enough to realize that Princess isn't her real granddaughter.

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* Since [[spoiler:the Grand Chamberlain, Winston]], was able to figure it out, it's likely that the Queen is smart enough to realize that Princess isn't her real granddaughter.granddaughter.

[[WMG: A member of the royal family (i.e. one of Princess's "siblings") will be murdered.]]
* Princess is presently fourth in line for the throne, and she's clearly stated she wants to do something about that. However, due to her demeanor, it is unlikely that she would go so far as killing one of her "siblings". That said, it's entirely possible that someone else will kill one of the heirs and Princess (and the rest of Team White Pigeon) will get caught up in the political disaster that follows.


* Beatrice(above) will die and Ange and Charlotte will die within the throne room. Only Dorothy and Chise will make it out and start new lives.

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* Beatrice(above) will die and Ange and Charlotte will die within the throne room. Only Dorothy and Chise will make it out and start new lives.lives.

[[WMG: The Queen knows that "Princess" is not the real one.]]
* Since [[spoiler:the Grand Chamberlain, Winston]], was able to figure it out, it's likely that the Queen is smart enough to realize that Princess isn't her real granddaughter.



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** The Duke discovering the switch (or at least the Charlotte is a spy for the Commonwealth) appears to be part of the plot of the first movie.


* Probably at some point, Team White Dove will be cornered by the Duke's men leading Beatrice to [[TakingTheBullet take a shot]] meant for the princess.

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* Probably at some point, Team White Dove will be cornered by the Duke's men leading Beatrice to [[TakingTheBullet take a shot]] meant for the princess.princess.

[[WMG: Some of Team White Dove will survive the series' end]]
* Beatrice(above) will die and Ange and Charlotte will die within the throne room. Only Dorothy and Chise will make it out and start new lives.


* Granted this is a series where Chise can flip cars with her katana, so realism is weak, but Ange charging machine guns (as in episode 3) is less over the top if the C-ball is messing with things around her. And she is glowing green, the sign of activation, for the entire fight.

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* Granted this is a series where Chise can flip cars with her katana, so realism is weak, but Ange charging machine guns (as in episode 3) is less over the top if the C-ball is messing with things around her. And she is glowing green, the sign of activation, for the entire fight.fight.

[[WMG: Beatrice will die protecting Charlotte...]]
* Probably at some point, Team White Dove will be cornered by the Duke's men leading Beatrice to [[TakingTheBullet take a shot]] meant for the princess.


** [[spoiler:Jossed as of episode 8. The original Ange was sadly impoverished.]]

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** [[spoiler:Jossed as of episode 8. The original Ange was sadly impoverished.]]]]

[[WMG: Ange and Charlotte are half-sisters or cousins]]
* The real Ange is a street orphan, but royal men sleep around with servants and prostitutes; the two girls could easily be close blood relatives, as close as half-sisters, explaining their similar appearance.

[[WMG: The C-ball can be applied to deflect bullets]]
* Granted this is a series where Chise can flip cars with her katana, so realism is weak, but Ange charging machine guns (as in episode 3) is less over the top if the C-ball is messing with things around her. And she is glowing green, the sign of activation, for the entire fight.



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** Pretty thoroughly {{Jossed}}.



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*** And where are Beatrice's artificial vocal cords located? Either way it's been jossed by WordOfGod.



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** Jossed, she's still with Control and worked to undermine the assassination.




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** Jossed, she's still with Control and worked to undermine the assassination.

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[[WMG: Dorothy is dead in the final episode]]
* During Episode 11 When Dorothy and Angie arrive back at the school and Angie leaves to find Princess, Dorothy stays to tune the car when someone comes to the garage door we don't see who it is and then the scene changes, this could be someone from control here to remove the evidence of the spies and since Dorothy spoke out about not killing Princess they might need to remove her permanently.

[[WMG: Dorothy has been taken captive and will be used against the Princess in the Final Episode]]
* The Person at the Garage door could have threatened/kidnapped Dorothy to use against the Princess in case she gets any ideas during the Takeover War.



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** Confirmed: The queen is a target of an assassination plot in Episode 12.

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