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We learn some contradicting things about witches during the story. First off is that you need to consent to having Duma eat your soul. Cool. Makes up a hefty part of Celica's chapter 4/5 plot. Except right at the last second Judah reveals to her that her soul won't save Mila and he's going to kill Alm anyway...so is she still giving her consent or was it never needed in the first place? If it was never needed why did they go through all that trouble? Then there's the case of Delthea who it doesn't seem gave her consent but also seems to have never even went to Duma. Tatarrah is the one that's said to turn her into a witch. It's also said that being a witch can't be reversed yet they do it very easily by just killing Tatarrah...for some reason that undos it. So does that mean it can be reversible without consent? If so why should the villains even care about consent? Delta was just as effective a minion being brainwashed as she was (maybe it's a range thing and Tatarrah needs to be near her for the brainwashing to stick). And then the even more perplexing case of Sonia. We don't know if she did or didn't give consent. But she does get cured of her witchness by...killing Grieth...Did he sacrifice her soul to Duma instead of her father Judah? What makes her different from her sisters? Did she just try...not being a witch and that was okay (that's sort of meant to be a gay joke but it might actually be the explanation given one of the sister's death quotes)? Really it seems like things would have been a hell of a lot simpler if they just kept Delthea and Sonia as witches when the player controls them. I don't think it would have been too broken if they nerfed it. Both of them learn rewarp and that's...actually rather useless in my opinion. Should have given it to them at base and kept their class as witch I say.
https://twitter.com/agitadashi/status/617052355423408129 Translation: Yeah I'm disowning the story, but I can't publicly say it was bad so I'll just say it's the staff writers who 'deserve recognition for their work' Interesting.... Admin abuse edit: Just no. Stop over-reacting. To clear up all doubt Unabridged version