Queen of Dragons英雄メンバー / Eiyuu Menbaa / Hero Member
- Jun 13, 2016
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I wasn't arguing the logistics of who she asked for help and why she did in regards to Krone. Whether it was Grandma or the demons, the fact remains she still requested help from a superior. The rules dictate that once a child finds out the truth about the system it should be reported and dealt with accordingly, whether the child is shipped out or outright killed, I don't know. But she failed to do it not once but twice. The circumstances are only beyond her control because she allowed it to get to that point. It was a domino effect. She failed to deal with Ray, who in turn told/enlisted the help of Norman and Emma, who in turn told Gilda and Don, who in turn told the other kids, and here we are. It all leads back to Isabella's carelessness.Hmm, the Krone thing is a good point, but how I see it, didn't she ask for help from Grandma there? Grandma works for the demons, basically, she's lower in the hierarchy tree. And she supervises Mama directly. There should be frequent and constant communication between them.
Plus, her reasons for asking for Krone, wasn't it to throw off the kids? And limit their actions since there were some things she was doing by herself? It wasn't exactly mandatory, but her calling the demons this chapter was mandatory.
In this chapter, she asked the demons directly. Those are the top of the hierarchy tree in this world, meaning Grandma also answers to them. So by Isabella contacting them:
-They're aware of the situation.
-They can also help in controlling the situation, since losing the kids is also a blow to them.
Unless they're planning to sit back and let Isabella handle it, I think in a way this spares her from their wrath later on. Plus, the circumstances themselves are beyond her control. No one would have expected a fire. If they had escaped via other means, I think she'd be held responsible, but as it is now, she can't exactly be blamed for the escape.
How do you think she'd answer to her superiors though? A warning?
The only way I see her escaping severe punishment by her superiors is if she makes it seem like she didn't know they had found out the secret. Krone was the only one who knew that Isabella broke protocol and she's been eliminated. I think Grandma values Isabella enough to keep her secret, but i'm not completely confident on that since she did refer to her as a pawn. But Isabella is in no way innocent here, maybe i'm being harsh but imo this situation is 100% her fault.