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2) It's either both or solely because of his own power. I say that because we can't say for sure whether the thing inside him is only useful if it's activated, or whether it gives him a passive boost in shinsoo manipulation/strength all the time. We know that prior to getting it, he was already a genius so even if he came this far just on his own strength, it wouldn't be too surprising. When he can fully control the thing, then the full extent of his powers will certainly be due to both.
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2)As of right now, I am starting to think that it was mostly Baam's power as well. I just hope that the power inside does not destroy him..
Am I the only one who thinks that Rachel knows that Koon knows she can walk and that she was involved in Baam's "death"? She'd know because she would do the exact same thing he does to her: spy on him with her lighthouse. (She has very little else to do with her time than screw around with her lighthouse, so I assume she is a top tier lightbearer at this point though no one might not know that but her. She'd train with her free time because if things fall apart on her, she'd be insanely under powered for whichever level of the tower she is on.)
The additional piece of evidence is the scene with her laughing right after Koon gives his speech about why he is climbing the tower. Yes, she could just be crazy, but the timing is way too coincidental for her not to be laughing at how absurd the situation is since both of them know about the other.
1: Someone is able to hear Koon's conversations with his crew or with Ship
2: Someone from Koon's ship betrayed him.
And besides nobody is better at lying than Koon. lol
Wangnam is the shonen cliché.
He's weak and he wants to change the way the world works.
Although, there has been some hints that he might somehow end up being important (maybe a prince of Zahard?)
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2) I doubt it'll destroy him. FUG only gave him a small fragment of it, destroying Baam is the last thing they want.
He is weak, has his ideals, and no one knows about his past, perfect for a betrayal.
And being able to hurt baam even if it was luck it means he is no pushover
It's interesting that Baam seems to be a little bit weak against weapons that doesn't require Shinsoo, but I don't credit Wangnam as strong for it.
But speaking of Rachel, I keep wondering whatever happened to Akryung. The guy was supposed to be something like her bodyguard and yet there's no sign of him. Unless he was just supposed to protect her in the beginning and then moved on. I have trouble imagining him together with the main team. But then again, who knows. He's one of the most mysterius and itriguing characters that appeared so far. The fact that he's an irregular only adds to that.
the same island as Rachel is on. That makes her spying on the meeting not particularly difficult, especially if she has spent the last 6 years improving her lighbearer skills.
this statement too seriously since:
A) It ignores the fact that Rachel is an irregular (or is an irregular irregular since the Tower did not choose her, nor did Headon.)
B) It is grammatically possible that both apply to Rachel. (the main reason anyone thinks otherwise is the presence of Akryung's picture)
C) Akryung is someone Headon sent with Rachel. Unless Headon has Phantaminium, Enryu, or some other Irregular stashed away and some way to compel them to help Rachel, him being an irregular doesn't make a lot of sense.