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Fridge Brilliance

  • The reason why Soul Eater rejects Windy it is not because simple Even Evil Has Standards. But more like how Soul Eater feeds, it fed on the souls of those close to the bearer. On the other hand, Windy has never accepted anyone in her heart, constantly only thinking of herself and her desire to destroy the world for self-revenge, she doesn't even open her heart to Barbarossa. Therefore, Soul Eater refuses to be hosted by Windy because it'll end up hungry with no 'close friend's soul' to consume.
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Fridge Logic

  • In this game, you help capture some mountain bandits - Varkas and Sydonia - by order of the Imperial Army, for whom you're working at the beginning. Later on, stuff happens and you become fugitives from the Scarlet Moon Empire, and join the Liberation Army, who asks you to return to the bandits and free them (as they were strung up and left to starve to death in the hot sun). After fighting your way through the mayor's mansion, you free the head bandit, Varkas... but when you go to free Sydonia, he just teleports out of his own accord. And when Varkas asks him why he didn't do that sooner, Sydonia simply replies that he couldn't very well escape without Varkas. It's meant to be touching and show that despite his aloof demeanor, Sydonia really cares for his boss... but why the hell couldn't he just teleport himself out and then untie Varkas? It's never addressed or even hinted at.
    • Ever since I was a kid, I read Varkas' line of "Sydonia... you..." as less of a "Sydonia, you DO care about me as a friend!" and more "Sydonia, you absolute pillock. Teleport YOU down, then cut ME down."

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