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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taught any magic lessons to Akko It's because he was out of shape for the past thousands of years and he felt that his outdated tips might be detrimental to Akko.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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    • Way better? How does his methods looked like?

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    • Kind of like Doctor Strange and Avatar. It has more to do with letting magic flow through the body.

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    • I think I get the picture.

      An unrelated question: Does Noah familiar with Luna Alphabet and Dragonese, two languages which knowledge mostly forgotten due to old witch generations got distracted by traditions which made them forget the true meaning of magic itself? Considering that he's an ancient being, it should be made sense that he's familiar with such language.

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    • He does. He also admits that not learning about it would make that person incredibly stupid. And he thought they had the foresight to teach that first.

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    • I guess Pomokai Holoholonas of Hoddmimi's Holt in Witches of Midgard agree with him. In fact, they use Luna Alphabet as their native language,a fact that surprised even Diana.

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    • Also, the teachers try to boast that Diana help them with Dragonese to uncover Fafnir's plot only this backfires as Noah could say "So, you're telling me that you ask a 16-year old girl to fix what you messed up?"

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    • At some point, Akko and Noah and their friends encounter remnant of the Witches' dark past; General Brion. He's not only the greatest shame in Witch history, far surpassing Shiny Chariot, he is a dark reflection to not only Noah but to Akko as well.

      - Like Akko, he was taken in by a magic user. Akko by Noah and Brion by Woodward.

      - Noah became disillusioned from magic and left but remembered the true path for magic while Brion remained loyal but took magic to the wrong direction.

      - However, Brion was determined like Akko but he was more violent and destructive.

      - Noah and Akko are good people while Brion is just an animal pretending to be a man.

      His crimes were the destruction of several kingdoms, including one belonging to the princess ghost, multiple accounts of murder and so many more that most of them were classified to prevent outright panic by the witch community. Noah reveal to those closest to him, including Akko and Brion is the one responsible putting Hitler to power.

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    • What happened to Brion? Does he still alive?

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    • Last Noah heard, Brion was killed when the Nazis fell or so he heard. Imagine that such an insane man being given power unlike anythin else and he show it by starting World War II. That's terrifying.

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    • That kinda made me wonder whether it means Hitler was nothing more than Nazi's puppet leader with Brion being the true leader without anyone realizing or something. Or I misunderstand the relationships between two?

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    • Ron PRL, I know due to our latest arguments and me bringing up why LWA Ragnarok went badly compared to Witches of Midgard as well as issue about Croix some time ago made us not on the best of terms. But the more I think about it, the more I realized I grateful it happened. Thanks to it, I found what I lacked when we worked on LWA Ragnarok back then which allowed me to make the more satisfactory Witches of Midgard; to follow your intuition and stay true with your direction. And for that, I owed you that one.

      Anyway, I'd better off continue revising stuff in Witches of Midgard series. Surely you also busy in developing your yet-to-be-named Akko and Noah fic as much as I do and hopefully, I didn’t waste your time sending this message.

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    • You are exactly right.

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    • As Akko and Chariot said; believe in yourself.

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    • Also, Akko's relationships with her adopted father and her former parents makes several scenes during the anime run in a different light.

      - Diana expressing how much Akko doesn't have the right to stay in Luna Nova but unbeknownst to her, that brought out Akko's anger because from her perspective, she didn't had the right to be born after her parents willingly abandon her. Whether or not how Diana feels if she knew the truth is left unknown?

      - And this issue she had with her parents will be brought up again when she had her small fight with Ursula. Made worse when Croix worded in a way that made Akko feel like she's about to be abandoned like her biological parents did.

      Interesting, don't you think?

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    • Yep.

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    • Was it official Akko was adopted or there are other posters who speculate this.

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    • As far as I can tell, I'm not sure.

      Where did you get the idea of Akko was adopted? Can you send me a link (if any)?

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    • Nothing really, there's going to be adoption tales I based it on like Tarzan, Superman etc.

      Also, to emphasize how bad taking a Quest can be, I can admit that Akko can keep her personal feelings about her parents for years but the stress and work on taking up this Quest manage to slowly break her until the Wagandea incident. That's how bad that Quest is.

      I for one sure that Noah disapproves and hated the Quest.

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    • Family must be one of intended major themes in your yet-to-be named Akko and Noah's story, right? I mean, there are topics about Akko was adopted and other things.

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    • Yes.

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    • Just let you know that today (31th December) is Sucy's birthday!

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    • Sucy was born by the end of the year. Scary.

      Also, if you didn't know I found this video.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5KTZVahrCA8

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GFXEFabFDPE

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    • Remeber when Fafnir said that Akko reminded him of someone, that someone is Noah.

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    • How good Noah and Fafnir's relationships looked like? Are they good friends as much as Akko with Lotte and Sucy? Did Noah aware Fafnir attempted to swindle Luna Nova professors through their obliviousness to Dragonese in the contract between them which led to problems in Episode 5?

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    • They were close friends like Akko with Lotte and Sucy. Noah didn't until Fafnir told him. He was a little disappointed but it was all cool because Fafnir admits his respect for Akko.

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    • Also, prior to LWA, Akko has been playing match maker for her adopted father much to his embarassment. He's currently in a relationship and possibly married to a character based on Shantae.

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    • I see.

      Speaking about family, it is also one of major themes of Witches of Midgard series as well, though it surely not as significant as in your yet-to-be named Akko and Noah's story:

      • Akko's dream to be a witch is not just to meet her role model and idol Shiny Chariot and be like her one day, but also the desire to reunite her mother Yumi with her missing half-sister somehow after they lost each other in a tragedy where the ship they on board got sunked in the ocean and killed their parents. To her shock, her mom's said missing half-sister and Ursula/Chariot revealed to be the same person.
      • Despite his animosity towards Akko, Asger gradually developed a soft spot towards the young witch because, as Hendrik pointed out, she reminded him to his late adoptive daugher Lara whom he raised to make up the guilt from killing her parents long ago. As if her tragic death was awful enough for him, both Akko and Lara are similar in terms of personality and appearance. The problem is Lara is not quite dead yet...
      • Members of Wrath of Thor considered one another as family after losing their own in Thapoli-Naglfar War and barely remember who their said family were (with exception of Asger).
      • The reason why Amanda chose to become the next Marmora for sake her late predecessor and beloved step-cousin Clarisse as well as finishing what she had started in her quest for Franang's Falls was because she owed Clarisse for saving her family from falling apart.
      • According to Daisy, Paul Hanbrige was used to be a more outgoing person; he had a loving wife (whom I named Lisa in this fic) with whom the Hanbrige debated over the importance of magic in present day. Despite their clashing opinions, it's clear both Paul and Lisa greatly enjoyed their debate, so much it became one of reasons why they fell in love in the first place (Andrew didn't understand his parents' dynamics until he had a similar one with Akko). Following the Cupid Bee mishap at Hanbrige manor (in which he witnessed how Andrew played his piano as good as his late wife did and seeing that Akko truly similar with Lisa in many ways despite vaguely knows anything about her), Paul realized he had mourned her passing too long and too much that it affected his relationships with his son and perspective not in the way either them or Lisa wanted. That, coupled with the aftermath of Noir Missile incident in which he finally understand Lisa's optimism over witches' future, inspired him to open more to Andrew and placed the same faith she (Lisa) gave to th and the rest of magic community.
      • Newt speculated that one of reasons Croix took restrains in her fight against Chariot and later, Miranda Holbrooke and Finnelan during the skirmish at New Moon Tower instead of went all-out as expected likely because she still cared with them, especially the former two, as only family she had (not counting Woodward who never cared about her at all of course) despite her betrayal. She further stated that Croix envied Chariot for knowing who her family was before losing them and later, figuring out some of them (Akko and her half-sister Yumi aka. Elizabeth) are still alive while she (Croix) herself don't know her own, let alone knowing whether they are still alive. Helviti once convinced Croix to join her and Naglfar in exchange of them helping her finding her biological family, but she refused, stating that she had already found her family (Holbrooke and Chariot), knowing better such promise was likely a ruse.

      Note: I deeply apologize if one of the instances above (the last one) reminded you to our arguments about few days ago. But I must reassure you that one had nothing to do with it either: From the way I see it, Croix supposedly had the chance to finish off the depowered Finnelan, Chariot and Holbrooke when Noir Rod finally went online, yet she chose to go straight for Arcturus Tower and Grand Triskellion instead.

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    • That's because Croix wanted to rub it in their faces that she's the Chosen One which she's not. Plus, she didn't want to use all that magic to get revenge just yet. She had the Grand Triskellion after all so she wasn't patient.

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    • Ron PRL wrote: That's because Croix wanted to rub it in their faces that she's the Chosen One which she's not. Plus, she didn't want to use all that magic to get revenge just yet. She had the Grand Triskellion after all so she wasn't patient.

      That's the main reason why she didn't.

      It's true proving that she is the Chosen One despite the contrary and not patient enough to reach her prize was her main reason, yet the fact that she still care with them (especially Chariot) despite everything as shown in Episode 21 and when she pleaded to Chariot to leave her at Noir Rod's mercy is not something one can ignore.

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    • She didn't mind killing Akko in multiple occassions like that mech fight or Wagandea, explain that?

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    • For that one, I always thought the reason why Croix wanted to depower Akko via Wagandea exposure despite the endeavor might also killed her was not just to spite Chariot, but also resented how similar Akko with Chariot's younger self was and apparently chosen by Shiny Rod for same reason.

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    • Or killing her wasn't part of the plan and now that I seen it again, it was not her fault that Akko was clumsy.

      I'm only saying this because while you say that Croix does care, that doesn't chance the fact how many lives were nearly destroyed or killed because of her actions,

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    • So true.

      I thought a lot about why I highlighted Croix's redeeming qualities and as you said, she still comes off detestable due to her actions, which I and even Newt agree as well. The matter about her considered anyone as a family despite not related may not enough to highlight her redeeming qualities, let alone her alleged status as an orphan.

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    • Also, I think Croix did let Chariot go save Akko because she realize that there is a possibility Akko can be killed. So, maybe she wasn't entirely heartless. On the other hand, after Wagandea, Croix did one final bitch move that costed Chariot everything and made Chariot think that preserving her friendship with her was not worth it.

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    • A concrete why neither Akko nor Newt unsure whether to trust Croix again if one day they got stuck in a situation which can only be solved with Croix's help in Witches of Midgard series.

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    • Noah reveals that the first and second Shiny Rod are the same, they have some differences. While the first Shiny Rod's purpose is to unlock the Grand Triskellion, the second initial goal is to help Akko improve her magic. The only reason the second fulfills the first's goal is because magic deems it to be.

      While Akko's father is the true founder of all magic, he doesn't control them. This shows that while powerful, he's not invincible.

      Also, the irony for Wagandea is that Akko was in danger of dying but not in danger of losing her magic. Noah built the Shiny Rod to ensure Akko would be guided to be immune to the pollen. 

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    • Noah reveals that the weird dance we've seen in the series is actually a dance of shame, meaning anyone who does it are forever marked as embarassments. How would the teachers react?

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    • That would be shocking. It might be explained Paul Hanbrige's distate over that dance assuming that he knew its significance as much as Noah did

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    • Paul never knew it was a dance of shame. He already saw  just how stupid and embarassing it is. I really don't know how the people who did the dance feel, having been marked as embarassments because the teachers never looked up what that dance was?

      Another thing, Akko has been aware that her adopted father might be magical and the reason she went to Luna Nova because she's hoping she can bring her father back to the things that made him happy. Of course, she didn't know the full story at the time.

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    • Major points about Noah

      - Born to Woodward and his Leviathan father.

      - True Founder of Magic

      - Has a Wife and unborn child till they were killed by Woodward leading to his departure.

      - Thousands of years later, he rescues and adopts Akko who got abandoned by her biological parents.

      - After Episode 25, he encountered Daryl who wants him to be Luna Nova's advisor and make changes to the system.

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    • He's going to meet Daryl who proposed changes as Luna Nova's advisor? What does she up to?

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    • Actually, Daryl came to him. She was aware of Noah because of Bernadette. It turns out that Bernadette actually went to him and pleas to him to make a Shiny Rod for Diana but this request infuriates Noah who harshly tells her that she and her daughter are unworthy for the rod and that the latter will turn to a disappointment and failure like her ancestors are. That's pretty ironic considering that Diana spent most of the seris lamenting about not being chosen only that she was already deemed unworthy for it by its creator.

      Nothing actually, Daryl only wanted to make amends to her niece.

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    • Making amends? Hmm, that can be an interesting character development considering we saw how she was humbled in Episode 20.

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    • She's a dick but not a total. She went to Noah hoping his master expertise would be of interest to her. Daryl's doesn't know she's the magic founder.

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    • Set up Episode 24 Review. It's still a WIP. Look it up.

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    • Which one?

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    • In the blog post

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    • As you've read, I don't consider Woodward a villain. However, her actions are inexcusable. If Woodward was close as Croix claimed, she would have defended Chariot from her or vouch for her from the other Witches but she didn't.

      Whether or not there is a reason, Woodward didn't choose to do these small things because she thinks it's impossible and can be looked over. Howevver, there is no such as impossible. Akko and Diana manage to regain their magic despite what the DFS did to them. There is ALWAYS a choice.

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    • Yep.

      Still, I ought to point other thing about Ursula/Chariot you may or may won't agree: Comparing between fallouts of Akko & Ursula/Chariot and Woodward & Croix, one of reasons why the former fared better was because Ursula/Chariot was implied to aware with potential consequences of abandoning Akko when she needed her most. As such, she asked Diana to take care of Akko in her stead in hopes of lessened the damage. Although she later realized she had underestimated the worst outcome from such decision through witnessing Croix and Woodward's fallout, she didn't expect entrusting Akko to Diana was indirectly improve the chance for her and Akko to make amends with each other either, let alone allowing Akko to unlock the Final Word. That's what set her apart from Woodward's, thought I'm not sure this will further improve your opinion about her.

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    • The problem is that as you mentioned before, Chariot was not in the right state of mind. She did not care as long as someone else would properly make Akko's dream come true as long as she is not the one doing it because of her past mistakes. The only reason why Chariot did not want Diana to teach Akko because Diana is a Chariot hater and Chariot did not want Akko to be near her.

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    • I did, only to realize it's not THAT much. And about she didn't want Diana to teach Akko, she probably changed her mind at that time when realizing that Diana used to look up on her as much as Akko did and her hatred on Chariot was merely a facade from peer pressure.

      Regardless, by asking Diana to take care of Akko in her stead and subsequently, ensuring someone else would properly make Akko's dream come true, Ursula/Chariot had unknowingly improving her chance to make amends with Akko as I said earlier.

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    • That's not the point. The point is that she shouldn't rely on someone else to do her responsibility. Woodward did that and looked what happened. Chariot was so busy trying to complete the Words that she neglected Croix and Woodward was so distant that it result in her descent to villainy. Chariot saving Croix was establishing that she put the importance of her friends first over magic.

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    • More or less.

      Um, do you think we already speculated this issue too far that we forget that we already have proper conclusion for it? I kinda felt that way since some time ago.

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    • That's because how rush those revelations came that I'm piecing together just to find out.

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    • Black Soulstone wrote:
      I did, only to realize it's not THAT much. And about she didn't want Diana to teach Akko, she probably changed her mind at that time when realizing that Diana used to look up on her as much as Akko did and her hatred on Chariot was merely a facade from peer pressure.

      Being a Chariot fan didn't matter, if Diana had different goals like Akko, it would have been a repeat like what happened to Chariot and Croix. If Diana had been cruel and standoffish, Chariot would have most likely push Diana away from finding Akko. No, why Chariot placed her blessings is because Diana cared for Akko's safety and happiness. 

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    • Black Soulstone wrote: More or less.

      Um, do you think we already speculated this issue too far that we forget that we already have proper conclusion for it? I kinda felt that way since some time ago.

      Perhaps.

      The reason why I asked you question above was because It came to my attention that we had speculate things in episode 22-24, episode 21, Ursula/Chariot, Croix, and Woodward too far that not only it ended up getting nowhere, but also to misleading judgements on those topics. The point is we ended up wasted too much time before relizing we already have the answers.

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    • Oh, and how's the progress of your Akko and Noah's story?

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    • Not that good.

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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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    • Also, saying "I was putting a jerk facade because I don't want to be mocked." won't earn any kind of favors from Chariot. If Diana was a real Chariot fan or friend of her, she would not have let social pressure to discard her in the open. Croix and Akko willingly go to Chariot's defense, fully well knowing what kind of consequence would happen. If anything, that was it, Diana was just a fan, nothing more, nothing less.

      And even if Chariot became aware, she already realised she already disillusioned another fan. That's why she says, "Please, take care of Akko for me." because she doesn't know what's going to happen but she wants Diana to look after Akko and that's it. There is no more regards about magic. If magic's dying, let it end in grace.

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    • Do you find this creepy or powerful? When Noah confronts Akko's biological parents who are stucked in their crashed car, Akko's father yells out "Monster!" at him repeatedly, thinking Noah is due to the darkness. Alos, he looks crazy in that scene.

      Then, when the lighting shines upon Noah, We see him in human form, carrying baby Akko, the same child her parents willingly abandon. Noah doesn't say anything just glare at them with the "Monster" eyes.

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    • I guess it's both.

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    • The idea behind this scene is to contrast the adopted father and the biological parents.

      Akko's biological father yells out Monster at Noah due to the darkness covering the latter. Akko's biological father looks absolutely crazy, probably helped that he's trapped in the car. However as the darkness passed, light shines on Noah who carries the baby Akko in his arms all the while just stare at the two parents in anger. He didn't say the word but his silence already conveys disappoinment, rage and disgust at them for abandoning their child.

      Hypocrisy at its finest.

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    • I want your opinion: In the past, should Noah have met the Hanbridges?

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    • Maybe not, cuz I'm not sure how it will looked like, let alone how their relationship.

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    • Yeah, I'm not sure as well.

      My idea was that at that time, Mr Hanbridge only wanted to make money out of magic but after a incident caused by Witches, he just hates them. The incident was what nearly got his pregnant wife killed but Noah saved her along with helping his wife give birth to Andrew.

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    • Also in an ironic scene, most of the students note how young Noah/Naoto Kagari is making rumors that Akko is the result of teen pregnancy. With Noah and Akko having full knowledge on what actually happened, that would make things akward.

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    • Ron PRL wrote: Yeah, I'm not sure as well.

      My idea was that at that time, Mr Hanbridge only wanted to make money out of magic but after a incident caused by Witches, he just hates them. The incident was what nearly got his pregnant wife killed but Noah saved her along with helping his wife give birth to Andrew.

      Speaking about Mrs. Hanbrige, what's happen to her?

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    • She's still dead. 

      Also, there would be a lot of tension between Noah and the Teachers because of their teaching differences.

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    • Prior to Luna Nova, Akko is indeed aware that Naoto/Noah had a wife and child. Whether or not she knows that a Witch is responsible is unknown.

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    • So about the idea of Noah being the true founder of Witches and the Nine Olde Witches being frauds, what are your opinions about this and does it make sense why Woodward fail with both Chariot and Croix?

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    • If that's the case with Woodward being least honest out of the Nines, makes sense.

      Oh, and their antics as frauds should be similar with the Old Order of the Stone from Minecraft Story Mode: They somehow got their immense powers which allows them to perform their great deeds, yet they themselves not fully understand how it works, let alone their limits until Woodward made a morally questionable decision in a dangerous quest which, while saved the day along with their reputation for a time being, greatly disgruntled her more honest peers as much as Noah did.

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    • Actually, they were more in line like Gods of Old. They are incredibly petty and spiteful. Oh, and their ghost forms, not an ability but a curse.

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    • How they became those?

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    • How they started to act like arrogant gods or how they were cursed?

      Also in a very dark scene, Noah burn down a childhood home he and Woodward once play there. It held a lot of significance because this was when Noah and Woodward were just son and mother. Him destroying meant to show just how MUCH he hated his mother.

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    • Would the Witch community be shaken if found out that the Nine Olde Witches are frauds?

      Or if Lotte and Sucy learned that the Cavendishes ruined their ancestors by stealign their wealth and leaving them dead but were saved by Noah?

      What are your thoughts about Woodward killing, albeit unintentionally, her daughter in law and unborn grandchild? Do note that she willingly try to burn down an entire kingdom?

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    • I guess it would be messed up if the Nines indeed to be a fraud. Not sure if it's just me but, something tells me in your oncoming fic, every members Nine Olde Witches are villains who pretend to be heroes and that they got little to no redeeming qualities or something that Lockhart from Chamber of Secrets rather tamer in comparison.

      Is it true? Does at least one of the Nines eventually fed up with her peers' crooked ways a much as Noah?

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    • Depends on how you view villains. The Nine Olde Witches were born at a time when the world was chaotic. They were just homeless and moneyless peddlers, getting bullied by higher powers. They have sympathetic backstories but their actions later paints a bad image. Do you understand?

      Yes she did and this took place after her son tries to beg her to stop. Beatrix did. However, it's already too late as the Curse sets upon them. They are to live forever as ghosts but they are completely stripped of their ability to feel like the Stranger in God of War.

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    • Well, if they realized their errors, they surely sought to be better and thus eager to redeem themselves. Still, from the way I see it, perhaps a handful of the nines might too bitter to realize the errors which condemned them and thus doomed to repeated the same mistake they did long ago.

      Am I right?

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    • Yes and Woodward is the worst of them all. Instead of taking responsibility, she blames Chariot and Croix for why Noah is gone eventhough the latter two weren't even born? Can you imagine how extremely self-centered she is?

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    • Then how about Beatrix?

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    • She was forced to watch her beloved granddaughters "violated" in front of her and was powerless to stop it. Made her realize how vulnerable she was and decide to stop.

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    • Suggestion & question:

      A. In case if you have yet to develop re-iteration of episode 24, I got an idea for the scenario, how about instead of a missile that assimilated by Noir Rod, Woodward takes up final boss role in your fic by using Noir Rod to attain physical form or something like that?

      B. Unrelated question: If Woodward turns out has a female descendant who greatly similar with her in appearance yet a foil to her at the same time (approachable and considerate as opposed to Woodward's jaded and detached), how do you think her relationships with Chariot and Croix will looked like? Would they perceive her as a better role model than her ancestor that affiliated with Nine Olde Witches? Note: Considering how much you resented Woodward, it's optional for you to answer this one.

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    • A. Not really.

      B. I think at the very least Chariot nad Croix won't have broken part even if they lost the Shiny Rod.

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    • 1. Would Akko be horrified that Witches was once a tyrannical empire and that their arrogance lead to their own destruction, leading to their diminisned isolationist numbers?

      2. Would Akko be angered that Woodward hurt her adopted father by killing his wife and unborn child?

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    • While witches attained infamy from Witch Hunts era is bad, claiming heritage from their dark days as tyrannical community indeed worse so, she definitely horrified and would make greater efforts to improve there's still good in witches since they indeed harbor good people

      Of course she is pissed. Perhaps moreso if followed by her about to leave Chariot and Croix in their fate until Noah intervene.

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    • Also, In this version, it's revealed Finnelan learned about the shady history and is heavily implied the reason why she wanted Akko expelled is because she feared that Akko is one of the people who want revenge against Witches despite the fact that those that desire vengeance are long dead.

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    • That'll make Finnelan even more likable once her true color eventually revealed. Then, how's her relationships with Akko will looked like once Akko figured out her true feelings?

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    • How is she likeable? She misplaced fear onto a girl who had no idea about that dark history?

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    • My mistake. Perhaps little relatable or something. What I mean to say is that she's less nasty than in canon.

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    • Does this excuse all of Finnelan's actions against Akko?

      Also, do you like the idea of Akko being adopted?

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    • To be honest, I have no answer since I realized I don't even understand how Finnelan portrayed in your story from start. For a second I thought you intended to flesh her character a bit more to show that she's not always a jerk, but turns out that's not the case.

      I can only say the idea of Akko being adopted intriguing.

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    • Noah is actually super attractive that made Andrew pale in comparison.

      These are the list of women he bonded with/dated. However, it's implied it is a longer list.

      1) Beatrix

      2) Noah's Wife

      3) Bernadette

      4) Sha Sha.

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    • If Chariot had learned about Woodward's shady past, would she have been more reluctant in letting Akko take this Quest and let Croix have the Grand Triskellion?

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    • Maybe, but I doubt she will let Croix get the Grand Triskellion either. Probably Chariot later choose to relay what she just learned to Croix and see whether Croix will change her mind about her obsession. Regardless, I'll say Croix might understand why Woodward neglected her a bit in the first place once she finds out.

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    • Noah would admit to Akko and Chariot that he had made two Rods. The original Chariot had used while Akko had the other new version. Noah explains that the first was a prototype. While the prototype acted like Akko's, it has severe flaws which are that the it acts like a parasite, absorbing huge quantities of magic to sustain itself. This is the reason why Chariot was severely weakened over the course the series and why it had no problems absorbing DFS magic. Another flaw is that too much consumption of magic would lead it to explode. The moon incident while tragic actually saved a lot of lives. Croix would use blueprints she discovered to make the NR but does not know about the flaws.

      Akko's Shiny Rod was a present from Noah to her. Over the years, Noah had long suspected that Akko would be the chosen bearer of the Shiny Rod. As far as he saw, Akko was the ONLY one that can wield it. However, he is reluctant to give Akko a Rod, knowing how much responsibilities she can't handle and dislikes anyone taking advantage of his little girl. However Akko's confession of love for him after she learned about her parents and accepting about it made him realize that he cannot keep his daughter in the dark which leads to the second Shiny Rod which had all its flaws fixed.

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    • I see.

      Considering Woodward is much worse in your fic, would she appears as true antagonist and final boss of some sort? I remembered I asked you this before but, I just wondered whether she really fit instead of Noir Rod in canon.

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    • The thing is that Noah warned the Nine Olde Witches that the prototype Shiny Rod was dangerous and had it locked up until improvements were made. After losing his wife and child, Noah stopped caring and left. Woodward, aware about the dangers, didn't care and let the Quest for the Seven Words set its course.

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    • That is why I wondered whether she ended up become the final boss in your fic, man. Would Akko and Noah ended up fight Woodward herself to stop her? That's what I asked here. Geez.

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    • It's hard to say. I kinda think of her in this fic as "Someone who had power but lost all of it and tries to keep up an image to protect herself but once that is done, she hides away". So, probably no.

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    • So, does it means Noir Rod is still the final boss as in canon? And what happened to Woodward afterwards?

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    • Yes. The Noir Rod is still canon.

      Woodward believes that she has restored magic. In a way, she did but she was more on the "Being a complete bother to everyone." She thinks that her son will return. He does but because he wanted to be with Akko.

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    • I see.

      I asked cuz in her situation, some villains ended up become final boss or something.

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