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  1. Elizabeth Reber
    April 29, 2019 @ 10:43 am

    Great job on your review. I agreed with what your analysis about this last episode was. I don’t think our least fave jerk on Villar’s throne quite got the gist when a martyr is created, trouble ensues. He was the one who betrayed Lord Villar, so did he actually expected to be received with open arms? He neither knew nor cared that Lord Villar was a good ruler. Those who loved Altrick were not just going to stand by and let an dangerous man stay on the throne. Submission wasn’t the fashion for them.
    On the kiss, I think that Theo also wanted to show that war isn’t the only way to stop the evil running rampant in their lands. By kissing Silucia, he garnered sympathy from his troops who also had loved ones and family to return to. What better way to rally troops than to appear very human and caring in front of them. No amount of speech can do what one simple act of love can show. If the Black Princess had used her love for Alexis instead of the road to power, they could had united the whole kingdoms against the darkness and won the war faster, but then, there wouldn’t have been this story to begin with.
    Theo’s decision to gain the trust of the lords to prove himself was very wise by Silucia’s direction. In the next episode, I’m sure that there will be so much more in store for Theo and friends. The young woman plays a very critical part of this tale, which will cause some rippling to happen, I believe, to Theo’s cause.
    I hope to hear your next review! Thanks for sharing your thoughts with us!

  2. Byrand
    April 29, 2019 @ 10:57 am

    What did you think of this episode?