• TwilightDreamer

    I’d almost forgotten this part… :(….I know he’s only doing his job, but it really makes me angry at Fleance….can’t help it… :(

    • Keys2tkingdom

      Agreed. Also, it’s my theory that Fleance lost his forest because of this decision.

      • TwilightDreamer

        oooo, interesting theory, looking forward to finding out more of the back story.

  • InfiniteIon

    How many laws are there in the Pandect, to be exact? I’m sadden that her current… arrangement? I couldn’t think of a better term, was the result of her conceiving a child with a human. I question if it would be that bad to have half human, half ace children populating the earth. What exactly would happen if this was allowed? For the most part, I’d think that these hypothetical children would have the same problems and concerns that biracial children have such as fitting in when it’s apparent not fully this race or that race. However, I think it would be easier to fit in with the humans than with the aces considering that, from what I’ve seen so far, humans aren’t suppose to know about aces…

    So many questions I have asked, today and I do apologize. I was really thinking about this after having read this page and I wanted to state a few things going through my head. >//w//<

    • Lunari Noeko

      actually this was explained in the sketched version on pandect in which the story has gone further. the mix-raced childs turn into monsters who kill and destroy and are really powerful, reffered as vampires..so yes.. this is a good rule…

      • InfiniteIon

        Ah, okay. I figured it was explained in the sketched version, but not in the printed version just yet. I haven’t actually read the sketched version which would explain all the questions. Now that I look back, Ice stated what a vampire was. The cubs even said that their mothers were killed by a vampire. Man, I haven’t been paying attention to these subtle hints… It was there all along!

        But thank you for explaining it to me. I see why it’s a pretty good rule.