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  • Exucse me! it would appear there was a misunderstanding when i was on the MHA discord. I had a little trouble showing my work cause of three things: Sexual harrassment, inappropriate chat, and copywrite infringement. I know it's illegal but... i would like to apologize to this behavior. I did show their rights, i'm sorry for any sexual loli behavior, and the chat i shown is ont what i thought. I was only asking for ideas that's all. Then it triggered a chain reaction to your LWA discord which kicked me out. I'll have you know, i did show the rights to their rightful owners in the fanfic called "ParaNorman Activitia" which can be seen at the end of the fanfic. if would you be so kind for them at the server to unblock me, that would be nice. but i promise this won't happen again. I do full blame through. Thanks for what the wiki haas done for give us some info on the characters and the story so far. 

    -ASG (B-M)

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    • Calm yourself, sir. Can you show me the screenshot of this discord issue of yours? I wanted to see how bad it is cuz I'm not that often checking at discord site.

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    • Apparently no. I can’t cause the invite i got was expired. Plus i didn’t do nothing on that discord chat.

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    • Hmm, not too sure if I can do something about it cuz despite me being this wikia's only active admin, I haven't yet to gain the same privilege in discord.

      How about if you consult with Sophiedp? I think she can help you a thing or two.

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  • Now this piece of info belongs to a hypotethical Episode 24 review and I want you to read it.

    We come back to Croix and she is NOT happy that the Grand Triskellion can't do anything for her. Croix realizes she is in deep trouble. I mean Croix has been placing all her concerns and worries inside a bubble so that she won't feel conflicted whenever she does these evil things to get what she wants. But now that she has the GT, that bubble bursts and all her guilt just drop onto her. She has given up her friendships and her reputation and has depleted all her kind's entire magic supply and has started World War III and she can't undo it all. So yeah, Witchkind is screwed. The ends does not justify the means.

    Chariot, meanwhile, looks at this, sadly. She's not angry at Croix and she's not even going to laugh at Croix's misery. Why is that? Because she saw that the Grand Triskellion doesn't work on anyone but Akko. She did not know that only Akko can wield the Grand Triskellion. Meaning, everything she did was worthless. She had one last opportunity to reconcile with Akko but she throw it away. She'll never know whether or not she could have gotten Akko back or she could have gotten Akko back but she chose the Grand Triskellion and Croix. How can you feel anything other than feeling like a failure?

    But the bad news doesn't end there as Woodward finally appears after so long. Croix tries to find out where the Grand Triskellion is but to her dismay, Woodward says that this puny, ugly stick is the Grand Triskellion. Croix just loses it and this is when we learn the truth. It turns out that Woodward has been ignoring Croix for Chariot. And Chariot did not know this. Also, why didn't Woodward be attentive for Croix considering she's all-powerful even in death that she could juggle between the two? The answer is that she's not all-powerful, she is just one woman much like a reminder to Witches that they are not a separate species, they are still human. 

    Now, we have been seeing the Witches' corrupt nature and incompetence throughout the series but the question is where did it all started? And how did magic started to decline? And why Woodward is all alone since she supposed to have the Nine Olde Witches as her friends? The answers solves all of these questions? When Chariot reveals about the Quest for the Seven Words, it sounds like it would be a fun and wondrous hero's journey but her later reactions showed like in Wagandea, that it isn't as satisfying as it was and that it only left some severe scars to her life. Chariot always wondered that if the Quest was such an honor, why did she continue to suffer? Now she know the truth and it shocked her to the very core.

    Looking at Woodward, she ignored Croix and she even can't say anything to her to calm her down. This is not because she's heartless, Woodward just doesn't know. She knows one and one thing only; the Grand Triskellion and it's importance. And that's when another revelation happens; Did Woodward ignored Croix for Chariot or did she ignore Croix for the Grand Triskellion? The answer is the latter. Chariot has been with Woodward all the time and the only lessons she got from the ancient witch are just the meaning of the words for the Grand Triskellion. She only did just that. She didn't give her extra lessons about magic nor did she ever vouch for Chariot when she got into trouble nor ever warn her about the dangers of Wagandea. Because Woodward is obssess for the GT. And that's when the scary truth comes in.

    When you are obssess like Croix, you tend to forsake all the important things in life like friends, reputation etc. Woodward has done this long before because getting the GT justifies all of them but like I said before, it doesn't. Woodward has failed in her Quest but she tries to find a way to get the GT even after she may have lost the right to get the Shiny Rod. She may have other Chosen Ones long before Chariot and Akko but they too failed. That kind of mentality can spread like a disease. And that mentality evolves into that ideology like the ideology that the current Witches are using. And this is where Holy Shit! applies. Woodward IS responsible for everything Chariot and Akko had to go through.

    Like Woodward, the traditionalist Witches valued magic to the point that they forgotten the needs of the people that once look up to them, forgetting ancient languages and various historical events. making advancements and even abandoning the magical creatures and the students. And that is why Woodward is no longer with the Nine Olde Witches; She basically alienated them herself. And that's why magic is in decline and why people no longer values magic? She and the Witches abandon them; Not the other way around. 

    Chariot is at loss for words. Woodward thinks that the GT will make things better but to Chariot, it won't. She has suffered the costs. And just now, the GT has robbed her of any chance to be with Akko. And now she gets a final lesson from Woodward? She was slowly adopting the ideologies that ruined her life. And I think Diana's words are now echoing through her mind. She did lost her way.

    But now, there is another matter for Chariot. If Woodward could make such huge mistakes, could Diana ever bring Akko back? Diana, the same one who was the biggest supporter of the old ideologies that destroyed all good about the Witch community and eventually, abandon her friends and teachers. Chariot doesn't know the full story and Akko probably kept quiet out of respect for Diana. It gets worse from here on out. Woodward chose magic over Croix and what did Chariot do; she as well chose magic over Akko. It was at that point that Chariot realizes in horror that she has placed Akko onto the path that turned Croix into a monster.

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    • I'll think about it.

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    • Don't know if I brought this up but I don't think childhood attachment is the reason Chariot saves Croix. Episode 23 shows that Chariot has basically lost all compassion or care for Croix because she hates her so much for ruining her life. 

      My interpetation is in Episode 24 on how Woodward treated Croix. I'm not saying that Croix and Akko are similar but how different Woodward and Chariot handle their students. As you said, Chariot tries her very best to approach and work closely with Akko but Woodward just outright shunned Croix and it's shown that she wasn't exacly a good teacher to Chariot as well.

      I think that reaction Chariot showed when Woodward left is not that of dismay. Probably is but it's also a mix of disgust, if she sees Woodward treat Akko poorly, I'm pretty sure Chariot would have beat Woodward up in retaliation. I think why Chariot forsake the Quest and the Words is because it's not going to save the world and her friends, she has to use her believing heart to do that. She has to set the right example.

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  • If you're wondering why Noah never actually taught any magic lessons to Akko It's because he was out of shape for the past thousands of years and he felt that his outdated tips might be detrimental to Akko. However ironically, his was WAY better than anything Luna Nova gave,

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    • I want to return to topic:

      - As you know, Akko has some awareness or at least suspicions about her adopted father being magic. Would her true motivation that all she wanted was to renew his faith on magic overshadow her wish to become Shiny Chariot?

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    • How about if she ended up doing both? I don't see much differences in either goal (at least from the way I see it)?

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  • Can you please put yourself in the Staff page and remove Nebulon and CrystalMomSquad there?

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  • Congratulations for becoming a bureaucrat/admin!!!

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  • If you're wondering why I made Noah. Well, remember how much of Chariot and Croix's story took much of the second portion of the anime. 

    Well, Season 2 or the idea of it rectifies it. Not only does Akko continues to develop her skills in magic, much of the conflict directly ties to her because now that she learns that she's Woodward's granddaughter, despite being adopted.

    Noah explains much of Akko's behavior:

    1. While Noah did indeed withheld the truth about his past but Akko knew much from his body language that he has some bitter memories about magic. So after seeing what the traditionalists are, Akko more or less get why her father dislikes Witches. It's somewhat true but she didn't know that Woodward intentionally had her son lynched. 

    2. If you're wondering why Akko turn on Chariot. Do note that event took place after Akko reconciled with her biological parents. While Akko doesn't seem bothered, she kept it lock. After all, no one wants to learn, especially a child that your blood parents abandon you because they can't afford raising you. Also, Akko never questions her adopted father's love. Do you understand?

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    • BTW, for the Road to Arcturus page, I think this is a better explanation:

      Meanwhile, Chariot witnessed the entire confrontation in complete shock and dismay. For ten years, she had long wondered why her best friend turned on her and now she knew the truth that their role model and mentor proved no better than those who abandoned Chariot, obsessively pursuing the restoration of magic at the cost of pushing away those that looked up to her like Croix who became a villain as a result. Not only that, she proved to be extremely incompetent which lead to the failure of the first Quest. The only reason Chariot did not noticed these flaws because she was blinded by the guilt she carried. Yet the worst of this revelation is that Chariot realized she doomed herself to make this very same mistake with Akko who yearned for her guidance and aid

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    • Unfortunately, despite those valid points, it appears you flanderized/exaggerated some details so, no.

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  • Akko: When I was small, I never had a purpose in life. There were so many paths I could have taken but the one path that I was drawn to was magic. Changing forms. Flying. It inspired me. It inspired so many. It helped us. By the time I got older, I knew being a Witch was my goal. But that's now changed. I have met some nasty people but I never expected that you, the people I idolized resort to deceit, murder and now genocide. I wanted to be a Witch because I genuinely believed that it would do the most good and I would never accept tactics that would harm others. The point I'm saying is....I want to do good and as of now, I'm officially leaving Luna Nova. Looks like you all got your wish in end. I'm leaving because I wasn't willing to sacrifice innocent lives and my own humanity for magic.

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    • Not really. The idea is to reveal new things and retroactivelly look back at things in a different light.

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    • The idea behind Noah is a hypothetical Season 2 where:

      1) Nature vs Nurture: The relationship between Woodward and her son, Noah and the relationship between Noah and Akko.

      2) The Sins of the past must be dealt with. Woodward's horrible actions that led to centuries of war that made up the entirety of the Golden Age of Magic which is a sham.

      3) Akko's Origins. Noah actually wanted to commit suicide and was about to jump off a cliff called the Suicide Chasm. He pulls back after hearing baby Akko's cry for help.

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  • I might be a little harsh on Chariot but I will admit on the situation she is in.

    While part of the reason she went to Akko is to fullfill the Seven Words but ultimately she just didn't want Akko to fall into the same pit that she went through. Especially when she learns that Akko is her last remaining fan.

    Even if Akko didn't get the Shiny Rod and let's say Diana gets it, Akko and Chariot's relationship would have been inevitable. Not to mention Diana would turn Chariot off with her anti-Chariot facade. Instead it would be the opposite to how Woodward treat Chariot and Croix which is Chariot favortising Akko and treat her relationship with Diana as professional and nothing more.

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