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Well, he was still a Noble and that carries with it some inherent pride. Gejutel actually said that one of the primary things (in fact, the major thing) that made the Traitors betray Lukedonia was that they didn't believe in Raskreia. Whether or not you take that seriously is up to you, especially considering that the Traitors attacked Rai 820 years ago and they'd been investigating/doing stuff before that, so perhaps it was just the Lord's decision to go into eternal sleep that spurred them on to finally leave Lukedonia.
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Perhaps they needed both the Lord and the Noblesse to be out of commission before they could betray Lukedonia, otherwise their rebellion would just be easily crushed.
Apparently the traitor nobles still have their sense of pride - it's just off.
Take, for example, Siriana's pride vs. Siera's pride. Siriana takes pride in power, thinking that begging for humans to be saved was shameful. But Siera takes pride in her duty to protect humans at the risk of her own life. Siriana has a point, in that if you don't have the power to back it up, then you will end up failing your duty. On the other hand, he sacrificed his pride by becoming a traitor.
So I guess they each end up sacrificing some part of their pride in one area (like losing and getting beaten up, vs. becoming a traitor) in order to keep their pride in another area.
I think the amount of soul doesn't affect the fact that it's incomplete.
Soul weapon is like a table. If you remove even one part of a single leg from it....the stability will decrease even though the chair won't fall.
When one more soul is added to it, it's equally distributed throughout and thus stabalizing it. But now if you remove a certain part of soul, it would make one side somewhat weak even if it's overall strength isn't affected greatly.
Did my post made sense? >_<
rajak's SW 70% + 15% = 85%'
real's SW 15% (his fathers 50% soul)
both of them r incomplete SW to complete them they will have to rajak's SW + real's SW
SW in a sense don't make much sense. Cause it would mean that the first generation of Nobles were weaklings. I mean if what Siriana said is true the first generation of Nobles had incomplete powers.
There couldn't be a SW for the first generation Noble's cause they don't have an ancestor.
Or they were like Rai that their noble blood and soul were their SW.
we dont know nobles history. we dont know if old lord was first lord or there was someone before him
i dont think first clanleaders were like Rai that their noble blood and soul were their SW
First generations didn't had weapons. And we can't sy anything about Rai.
His soul weapon doesn't have a material form so it doesn't equals to not having any weapon. Some have daggers others have scythe, sword as their weapons and Rai's just doesn't have any form.....It's like the old martial arts joke "My hands are my weapons".
Mh as hilarious as it was, maybe the fact that Franky finished this fight (if it's confirmed) between the 8th and Rajak was made by the authors so Franky would be avalaible to help the children once he get the call. Then it would be 2vs2 and no longer 3vs2, I can see Rajak fighting the werewolve and Siera getting back on battle against the other Noble fair and square, with her mind cool again.
How about the KSA doctor helping the kids? Does anyone think, it's possible? After all, he's pretty medicinally skilled (enhancing Sangeen a Yonsu without much support) so maybe he could be some of help ... and RK-4 can contact those two, who can go in contact with that KSA doctor ...
Maybe too complicated, I don't know
It is possible though.