ch 11 pg 35

posted 21st Jan 2020, 11:55 AM

ch 11 pg 35
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21st Jan 2020, 11:55 AM

R. Burnett

Aden gives Inessa the satisfaction of being right but do you think Inessa should have called the Hunters or do you think that it was better she didn't?

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22nd Jan 2020, 8:31 PM

Chesh

I'm not sure what to think about the Hunters.

The story, at least from the girls' perspectives, as well as a dozen narrative tropes about secret agents with mysterious agendas, suggests that they are exactly as shady as government secret police would be. Aden does seem a bit naive about that possibility. Then again, if all their publicity/propaganda paints them as an organization that does real good for people, then it's no wonder idealists like Aden would want to become part of that. Can you really be shady and evil if you keep enlisting cinnamon rolls like this guy?

All that said, Inessa's suspicion is perfectly understandable after what happened at the cathedral. People can only ever act on the information they have, and hers told her the Hunters aren't trustworthy. Whether it would have been better to call them in to help, it wouldn't have been right for her. And everything did technically work out in the end.

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28th Jan 2020, 9:45 AM

R. Burnett

(Sorry about the late response!!!)

I mean Aden is a cinnamon roll XD so that's a good question! I will say that S and myself enjoy living in a world of Gray, and less black and white :3

But you are 100% right, Inessa doesn't trust hunters from what she has personally experienced! They are both lucky that they were skilled, and everything turned out all right.... lets just hope it continues to work out in their favor ;)

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23rd Jan 2020, 8:44 PM

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Inessa seems like the kind of person who wants to handle situations on her own, without relying on assistance or authorities. That's not always a good idea, but in this case I think she did the right thing given the time constraints. The Hunters (other than Aden) likely wouldn't have been able to investigate and deal with the problem in time, and then of course there's the need for her to actually convince them of the problem existing.

Especially after the *highly* suspicious events in the cathedral, I can see why she'd be wary of relying on their help. I can't help but wonder if the Hunters are somehow behind the corrupted tokens, too...

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28th Jan 2020, 9:50 AM

R. Burnett

Omg, sorry for the late response! I appreciate your comments though :>

HAH! I always love it when you tell authoritative figures that there is a problem, and you get ignored! Inessa has definitely been burned by the hunters (other then Aden who is actually winning her over tbh.)

The hunters being behind the tokens? That is certainly an interesting concept though :3 !!! But I cannot say more otherwise it would be SPOILERS <3

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