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That's the funny thing about avenging... if the person were still alive, or knew what was going on, they wouldn't WANT to be avenged.
@Butterscotch: Well, considering Elijah's dead now, yeah, he does have good reason to be disappointed.
Earl looks disappointed.
@DracheLehre: Maybe her magic isn't demonic related.

Both Poofy and Angela do not get demon eyes when they use magic. Maybe as well as having a demon soul, she was born a magical prodigy, and just never needed said powers until demons started, y'know, trying to kill her.
I just get the feeling that a lot of the adults in the Pokémon universe are really, REALLY dumb.

Heck, that everyone is dumb other than the player characters. Trainers having several of the same Pokémon doesn't really help them at all, after all.
Hooray for Wattson!

He's a complete and utter pain to fight, but he's still fun.
It's ALWAYS Retsinis. gosh dang retsinis, always causing trouble.

Lyla has sharp teethies
I'm guessing that has something to do with what Elijah did.

...admittedly though, Lyla is cute enough to cause some staring.
Hooray for the Yes Princess! duo~!
I'm guessing Elijah meets his end in this chapter.
September 30th, 2017
@Magnus Archon: Nah, I'm not in denial.

I think it's more a programming thing than a true anomaly. It's basically just a momentum thing, if you jump up, your have upwards momentum that slowly changes to down. When you simply walk off, you have no upwards momentum so it's just instantly maximum downwards. I can't remember if it's the same in subsequent games.
Nah, it's TOTALLY what you thought. He just noticed your reaction and decided to act like it wasn't. :P
September 29th, 2017
Eh, I'm sure he'll be fine, he's just being dramatic. Couple of band-aids, he'll be good as new.
September 29th, 2017
@Magnus Archon: She's not dead yet!

...or maybe I'm just in denial.
I think the basic idea is that once Sahwit recovers, he confesses. To get the charge reduced from 'murder' to 'manslaughter' or something, since his intention was burglary rather than killing.
@Nirvana star: There we go. I assume that's the part you were talking about.
@Guest: Well, yes, but it's at least someone guilty going to death. Sometimes you've proven your client is innocent beyond a reasonable doubt, but not according to the law. So your client is sentenced to death anyway.