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Jun-13-13, 04:18 PM (EDT)|
13. "RE: Various Corwin-related questions"|
In response to message #4
>What she DOESN'T do is kill (Largo). Why? Because, metaphysically speaking
>(and the story is pretty up-front about that) it isn't TIME for him to
>die yet. The universe has decided that Largo exists for a reason and
>Skuld doesn't have the authority to contravene that reason just
>because she feels like it. She can operate around the edges ("Get out
>of my house and never, ever come back") but can't do more than that.
My interpretation of the whole matter was that for Gryphon to be who he needs to be, he has to be the one to destroy Largo. If he doesn't get that moment, there will be a weakness where he needs to have strength. On both a personal level and a universal level, Skuld would be absolutely against that happening.
The universe doesn't revolve around him. But he does have a large hand in building one of the major gears.
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