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The theory of the prostitute seems least likely to me. Makes little sense that someone like Vergil, who looks down on humans and despises his own humanity, would lay down with a woman who sells her own body for a living. That seems like the type of human he would detest the most. Besides, given that Fortuna is a segregated religious community, I find it rather unlikely that prostitution was even a thing there. Whatever the case, I think Vergil didn't particularly care about her either, but she must have been something more than a random girl that he took casual interest in just because he "was young once too" as Dante put it. There must be something more to her and I wouldn't be surprised if they expand on that down the line. It can't be a coincidence that they haven't revealed much about her yet. Perhaps Nero's own powers could be hinting something about her, given that Vergil himself could not understand what form of power Nero was using.
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The theory of the prostitute seems least likely to me. Makes little sense that someone like Vergil, who looks down on humans and despises his own humanity, would lay down with a woman who sells her own body for a living. That seems like the type of human he would detest the most. Besides, given that Fortuna is a segregated religious community, I find it rather unlikely that prostitution is even a thing there. Whatever the case, I think Vergil didn't particularly care about her either, but she must have been something more than a random girl that he took casual interest in just because he "was young once too" as Dante put it. There must be something more to her and I wouldn't be surprised if they expand on that down the line. It can't be a coincidence that they haven't revealed much about her yet. Perhaps Nero's own powers could be hinting something about her, given that Vergil himself could not understand what form of power Nero was using.

Latest revision as of 21:15, November 6, 2019

The theory of the prostitute seems least likely to me. Makes little sense that someone like Vergil, who looks down on humans and despises his own humanity, would lay down with a woman who sells her own body for a living. That seems like the type of human he would detest the most. Besides, given that Fortuna is a segregated religious community, I find it rather unlikely that prostitution is even a thing there. Whatever the case, I think Vergil didn't particularly care about her either, but she must have been something more than a random girl that he took casual interest in just because he "was young once too" as Dante put it. There must be something more to her and I wouldn't be surprised if they expand on that down the line. It can't be a coincidence that they haven't revealed much about her yet. Perhaps Nero's own powers could be hinting something about her, given that Vergil himself could not understand what form of power Nero was using.

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