Falenan_descent wrote:If everything she did was known to him and was part of his master plan...that would make no sense as to why he died o_o;
Mystil wrote:I think his change came when he couldn't marry Sialeeds and later have a family with her - remember thier conversation in his room. Even though thier marriage was a plot..he was happy with it cause he'd be with her. The corruption of the senate screwed up both of thier lives. He lost his mom, Sialeeds lost hers, her sister, etc. Yea he didn't give a damn anymore.
deedlitmurata wrote:Yeah, I also think he was just playing a game.. there's also an interesting part, before the duel with the prince, they are surprised that he stayed behind, and he then says something like " what if my real plan was to assasinate Lym in front of you?" and then Lym tells him to stop speaking nonsense, that a proud man like him would never do such a rotten act, and he seems surprised, even says that he had underestimated the woman he had married xD that means she was right then, she kinda knew him.. and he ask forgiveness for being such a loser or something. There's also those dialogues with Sialeeds at the beginning in Stormfist that states that he had changed a lot since all that happened to them (about them not getting married). So, he really didn't care about anything in the end, it was just amusing to him? ~_~
xXSqualleoNXx wrote:Then he named Childerich a Queen's Knight, knowing, more or less, that the guy was a wild card and could easily messed up their plans with his bloodthirsty antics.
deedlitmurata wrote:xXSqualleoNXx wrote:Then he named Childerich a Queen's Knight, knowing, more or less, that the guy was a wild card and could easily messed up their plans with his bloodthirsty antics.
Yeah, he must have know Childerich was going to bring trouble, and only that way, the Prince was able to gain the support from the people in Doraat, cause when you take it at first and speak with everybody, they all seem angry that the rebel army took the fortress, but after Childerich does all those inhumane things to the citizens, they lost all respect and believe they had for the queen's knights and the Godwin house. I'm sure Gizel, being as smart as he is, knew that was exactly what was going to happen.
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