Agh, Tane just pushes my buttons! Oh yeah, the bard’s letter is winging its way to Tane still. I forgot about that.
What you protect the village but you don’t even know the name of the girl in the item shop?
In this case it’s like, what do you know about the chef at (insert nearby restaurant)? you don’t know anything, because you’re always at home cooking own food.
Not you specifically, but as an example.
No no no, I speak from experience. I’ve lived in several rural villages in the Pacific and Asia. They’re not that big. You get to know people preeeeetty quick.
Additionally, this girl was born the same night as his son. You think he’d at least remember THAT.
He was also grieving from the loss of his first love that night. I would understand a certain amount of withdrawing from personal relationships after that kind of conflict of duty vs. self.
I think you all just want the birth secret out of the bag.
Great point Gin. I think Tane not knowing who the shop girl is in a small village says a lot about his character. Stand offish much? Not that personable? Preoccupied with killing ugly demons that keep terrorizing your village while juggling being a single dad and training him to be the next Guardian? That’s so Tane.
Seems reasonable. Also, if she’s basically never allowed out of the store, and Tane pretty much never goes into town, then they’re not going to interact that much.
“First love”, Lee? As in implying there will be others? Perhaps more than one? Oh myyyy.
(…..too much George Takei on Facebook. Oy.)
Well, it isn’t that surprising. He won’t come out and say it since it is a bad move to advertise your weakness, but items are like kryptonite for guardians… he is obviously not going to go in there often if he can help it.
Sweet shot of the bird soaring across the landscape. Nice work, sir!
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