Both of the previous chapters have had a phenomenally powerful (and maddeningly enigmatic) supernatural creature; we can assume Mocheril is a Big Good while the Dagre is a Big Bad. Before this current chapter (chapter 3) is finished, Soli will meet with a third creature, on a level to the previous two but allied with neither; possibly an incarnation of Chaos or Freedom. It will recognize and/or dub Soli to be "The Center."
- Jossed. Chapter 3 has now started (and ended) and no giant floating monster.
Alternately, it could all be the booze.
I don't have much proof, it's just a hunch. A giant bird will be involved of course.
According to the Meekipedia, she's 35 years old, he's 12-ish, and they do share the same hair and eye color. While his facial features aren't an exact match for hers, we don't yet know who Al's father is.
I've just noticed the three leads - Angora, Luca and Soli - have a grass-fire-water theme going on. Angora's got her powers, Luca has some sort of heat ability, and Soli has a teardrop tattoo. No doubt this will be important somehow. The story is actually leading up to all three characters being stuffed into Poke Balls by some professor before they give it to a new Pokemon protagonist.
Word of God has said that Angora resembles a young Phe. As gross as it sounds, it makes perfect sense. Luca is going to want to have Angora for his second empress and here's why.
1) This is the guy who has no problem with forcing his teenage daughter Rana to marry a man his own age. Among the Pasori, it may be the cultural norm for men to marry much younger girls.
2) He sees his only son Sudu as a Inadequate Inheritor and may decide that the solution to the problem of the succession and the continuation of his legacy is to breed a new son with someone else, whom he can raise from birth to be as ruthless and relentless as he is.
3) After finding out about Angora's powers, Luca (who has powers himself) might see her as the perfect consort to help his annihilate his enemies and strengthen his reign.
Also, in chapter four, there's a conversation between Pinter and Angora that could possibly be foreshadowing.
Pinter: The Emperor is the leader of the country that Etan and I come from. Most of the world belongs to him.
Angora: *confused* Do I belong to him?
You know it's coming.