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DizzasterJuice
13th Aug 2018, 3:14 PM

We finally get to see how Sellah's mother fits in the story.

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jamie59
13th Aug 2018, 9:05 PM

If anyone could do it she could. She's sneaky.

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xpacetrue
14th Aug 2018, 10:17 PM

How is she going to pull that off, being a non-corporeal ghost and all? She effectively led her own daughter to her death (talk about cold), so she no longer has someone so easy to manipulate... or does she?

Also, since it seems clear, at this point, that she's not merely a delusion of her daughter's mind (which was the easier explanation to believe);
At what point is her thirst for revenge sated enough for her to move on? Would killing the Mala king truly be enough for her? Or would she desire more?

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DizzasterJuice
15th Aug 2018, 11:45 AM

She's not a delusion of Sellah's mind since she stuck around after Sellah died.
If she were incorporeal it would mean that she is "not composed of matter; having no material existence". But so far we know that The Traveler can change matter or the way it is perceived.

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megados
16th Aug 2018, 12:20 PM

That raises more questions, such as "Why, or for what reason, would The Traveler have this effect on Sellah's mother? It makes me think that she was, at one time, in the presence, or under the influence of The Traveler.

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