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Yup. Actually, ironically, I’m still picky about the colors on this one, maybe I’ll adjust them later…
Thank you all for reassuring me you won’t forget me. I feel like I let you down as much as myself sometimes. I love this.
Good portrayal of the emotional circumstances that lead to Sarin crying. It’s connected to the conflict between very intensely and energetically wanting to do something, and knowing that there is nothing one can do. Poor Sarin. Poor Mori.
It wasn’t just Mori, it was “Mr. Smith,” her parents, EVERYBODY. How insanely powerful and scary is that!
If you think about it, though, what with the name destruction, the only people whose appearances can be reliably linked to Mori’s are her parents and Lee Smith. Maybe that scarcity of connections was why the demons targeted her.
Yep, if this is the case, this might establish an upper bound for the power of the demons. It’s not a particularly low upper bound, mind, but hey, it’s evidence for the possibility of overpowering them.
Why the spirit world is best left to professionals.
One thing i don’t get is who the time of the spirit world interacts with the time of Frontera. Apparently it changed the past yet it only affected reality from a specific point of time onwards; that is, everything in the present is as if Mori never had color, yet either previous events had the same outcome regardless of Mori’s color or she HAD color until the demon attacked her.
Notice how there is no mention of Mori’s daughter.
She’s not blanked out because she was adopted.
Poor Sarin, she wanted to hard to fix everything the way it was
Well, good work on this page again. That much I can tell you!
Aww.. i hope it will be fixed soon her problem. but it won’t be easy i know. to even out a impossible powerful demon you need impossible powerful being to help?
So only spirit records or going to where what no longer exists lives would have a chance of being able to recover information about Mori’s color.
Or maybe they can somehow extract the demon from her mind and pin it down? The demon has Mori’s original color, among other things.
Come to think of it: That appearance doesn’t really hold a lot of value except for having a human shape in general currently. As there is no one who would remember Mori looking like this, there’s also no one who could mistake her for that person.
I think that’s part of the point – it’s a human shape that people would have trouble identifying as the purloined one.
No real need to steal a look for that though. But then we don’t know the exact way that demon’s talents work. Maybe copying is the only thing it can do to acquire new forms.
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