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Yes. Its passed down to the nobility afterall.
This is so fucked up. Especially when you relize Bayon had a young child.
And he was a child himself when Gilan was exiled.
You can feel his rage as he grips his kids mask.
Edited by OmegaRadiance on Aug 18th 2019 at 5:46:05 AM
Welp we get to see how Gilan became the way he did. Related to how Musicas followers got gobbled down too.
Well, that was something. Though I have to be honest, kind of hard to follow who is being eaten and whatnot.
Welp looks like they figured out the vicinity of their base, so the Goldy Pond kids are gonna serve as bait to prevent all those kids from the hidden base getting massacred.
Gilan got back his looks too.
aight I'm confused
was the Sonju and Musica confrontation resolved off-screen?
It was resolved three or four chapters ago.
I love Sonju's 'I'm going to eat your children one day' happy smile. You know he's thinking it.
I had to catch up again.
Norman's plan is tight. Now I see why he wanted Giran's help so much.
Poor Giran, he actually wanted to help his people and got cast down for it. No wonder he's so pissed.
Emma can say what she wants, the royals at least need to go down. They are not someone who can be negotiated with.
Umm, they are not going to the hideout, where did that idea even come from?
They're in the direction of where the Hideout is at, while Norman was intending to send them on a goose chase. They even point out they have to inform the Hideout because chances are good they will find them and this is only a fraction of the army.
Remember the Royal Family also eat the cream of the Crop humans, so their intelligence is supposed to be amongst the best of the Best.
And they got lucky because only by defying Normans plan were they able to find out how close they are.
Edited by OmegaRadiance on Aug 30th 2019 at 3:27:58 AM
No, that's just their speculation based only on the fact that the army is going out from capital and not towards it. We already know that Norman planed for that and they are going on a wild goose chase. The demons don't even suspect that it's humans behind the attacks on the plantations, they think it's other demons.
They just pointed out this chapter just how much more intelligent and dangerous the Royal Family is, after the kids also saw them heading there. I doubt things are going to plan at all.
As has been shown, his plan to kill Musica was so laughably bad Sonju defeated his forces in a second. Getting swept up in the idea everything is going perfectly is typically where things go wrong.
Edited by OmegaRadiance on Aug 30th 2019 at 3:47:48 AM
They literally said they don't actually know if the army is going there, they're just panicking.
That wasn't because of a bad plan, it was a plot connivance disease attack that somehow struck the entire force at the exact same instant.
That kind of think is probably the biggest problem I have with the series right now. It's not longer about smarts and clever planning, just plot connivance.
I don't know… I wouldn't be surprised if Norman had also predicted the assassination's failure. After all, this chapter confirms that he does know how strong the old demons are.
Yeah that got them to stop, but they wouldn't have won against Sonju. That just made them relent from a pointless fight they can't win. He was even having fun with them as they fought, and only if they touched Musica would he murder them as his threat made clear.
Edited by OmegaRadiance on Aug 30th 2019 at 3:57:26 AM
He has a anti-demon chemical weapon prepped, doesn't he?
Also, the Royals are not coming out of this. They are too evil to be left alive.
You're literally just basing this on him making a threat and nothing more. Tougher demons than he were killed by weaker humans.
Edited by Shlugo_the_great on Aug 30th 2019 at 12:59:57 PM
They are clearly using something made from snakes, which has been depicted with an X involving transformations caused by their food in the drawing shown way back of what evolves demons.
Edited by OmegaRadiance on Aug 30th 2019 at 4:00:14 AM
We… haven't seen "tougher demons than him", though.
Leuvis is all but stated to be the greatest warrior among the demons. And yeah, he's old, but I'm pretty sure so is Sonju since he also remembers pre-promise times.
On another note, does anyone finds it weird that the kids are all buddy-buddy with someone who said he totally wants to go back to hunting humans?
I think Leuvis might not have been eating much humans either to explain him aging like he did, considering Gilan went from a Demon -10 back to a 10 after eating some nobles after 700 years of being deformed and always on the cusp of being mindless.
Sonju hasn't said that to them, has he?
And the way he takes note of Emma making a promise to scribbles this chapter makes me think they're going to be in the dark about that until he does something to mess with their plans.
Edited by Saiga on Aug 30th 2019 at 10:50:09 PM
Oh yeah, I know. I meant more from our perspective as readers. The fact that one of their "allies" would hunt them if they were "wild" humans is pretty weird.
Remember, Sonju only told Musica about wanting to eat humans again. The kids have no idea.
Edited by IniuriaTalis on Aug 30th 2019 at 8:54:18 AM
Oh, right. Yeah I'm expecting that to blow up in the kids' faces later down the line, because I can't see how Emma's promise with scribbles could be something that would satisfy Sonju.
It was a little weird to root for him against Norman's assassins.
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