>>To say the least. I was wondering how he's going to talk his way out
>>of this one. Saving fifteen people isn't enough of a reason to break
>>that seal, I'd imagine.
>Depends on whom you ask. Some would say one person was worth it.
>Regardless, it's not really a question of justifying the action as
Well, in a case like this, there's the Council's opinion, and, well, no one else's. =)
>>(edit) Oh yes, one more thing. This meeting, no doubt, has to do with
>Actually, it's mostly to do with that incident in which one of the
>Councilors assassinated a member of the Pillar's court.
Oh. Yes. Minor details like that. The rest of the Council already knew Freya was...well, frayed, if you'll forgive the double entendre. But I'm sure none of them expected -this-. Her mind isn't just messed up, it's -decaying- at a rate that brings the Necronomicon to mind. Wonder if Akio isn't sending secret love messages to her...things like, "You'll kill Clef if you really love me, sweetie!"
Ia! Ia! Akio fhtagn!
Fearless creatures, we all learn to fight the Reaper
Can't defeat Her, so instead I'll have to be Her