- Kat is neither blind for Etheric beings/phenomenons, nor does she see all of them in boring simplified versions. All she does is see through Etheric "smoke and mirrors". - If(!) Coyote's Great Secret is true, then you can't change anything the moment you make some people believe in it. Humans have to die for their stories and beliefs to influence the Ether.
I figured Loup wouldnt really want to hurt Annie and would make an excuse to keep creeping. I wonder how he will rationalize this as a good decision, and how far he will take this "act". Annie really isn't going to take this well, if she ever finds out.
I'm not convinced of it at all, but the possibility that Loup can't hurt anyone exists. Coyete wasn't, or at least didn't seem like, a mass or even regular murderer, so I wouldn't be shocked if he limited Loups potential output without it being noticeable.
I think we keep collectively forgetting this isn't the kind of comic where ancient undead elves give powerful magic boons to the hero, it's a comic where a girl loses her hair clip and a zombie spends 50+ chapters trying to get it back to her.
Loup puts on his Annieface, Annie puts on her robotface. We all learn from our elders!
Feels like Loup's getting socially embedded here, which I think is what the girls and Robot (independently?) were hoping for. He created this persona to infiltrate those mortal FOOLS, but then he started distinguishing one fool from another, and developing individual relationships with fools, and protecting fools from their foolishness, and having really productive conversations about...
...waitaminnit, is Annie a fool? She sure seems to fit in here. Does that mean he should give fools in general more respect, or give her less respect? Should he stop thinking of mortals as fools, even...nah.
Most small children are, you might say, villainous. We just have to hope they'll choose a new role as they acquire social competence, rather than getting better at the first one....