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Date Posted: 05:56:50 08/28/02 Wed
Author: Gargantua
Subject: A thought about the voice of the witchblade
In reply to: Rhiannon 's message, "Ubique Thread: Spoilers Warning" on 19:26:09 08/26/02 Mon

I was driving home from work yesterday thinking about the ending of the finale. The whole bit about "no longer angry" and the "did you think I hadn't been waiting for you for centuries" didn't really fit, at least to me. Since Sara had turned back time, she really had not had any connection to previous wielders in S2. As far as we know, she had no reason to believe she had been around for centuries in various incarnations.

We also thought she was a little too serene for the whole situation.

So, what if it wasn't her talking, but the witchblade. Giving the witchblade a voice implies it has a personality. Would it not be ticked off that Irons would have had the utter gall to try and wear it? Would it not have been angry that he had spent centuries trying to control and manipulate it? Maybe it isn't Sara but the Witchblade that is no longer angry.

The same though applies to the "been waiting for centuries" line Sara said to Borgia. They chose to combine the two episodes so we don't know the history of Lucretia and the Witchblade. Perhaps she did something that caused the witchblade to leave her and has been preparing for centuries for her return.

Just a little bit of randomness.

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