Nlelith wrote:Jowy's reasons for doing what he did are pretty tricky to fully understand, but once you do (as i asume Hero did, since they were best friends after all so he would understand Jowy) you'd see it actually makes sense.
Jowy explained at the end that, as long as both Jowsten and Highland occupy the same area, they will constantly wage war against one another.
Even if you understand his reasons, it is still highly debatable if his radical course of action was the best. See Higheast Rebelion, it took only a few years for them to go again at each other.
Raww Le Klueze wrote:Except that's not what the Higheast Rebellion actually was. It was Harmonia invading Dunan to reclaim the region, not ex-Highland rising up against their rulers. It was between Harmonia and Dunan, not Highland and Dunan.
You know, one wouldnt call a rebellion a simple war between two countries.
If it means nothing, then why did they bother to add the line there? If it is worth of mention, it is clear that the participation of former highlanders was important.Raww Le Klueze wrote:Yes. And? That line means nothing, they could have had 2 ex-highlanders with them and it'd be correct.
You will have hard time if you are trying to prove it to me that the higheast REBELLION was not a REBELLION, as you would have hard time proving it to me that the Harmonia civil war was not a civil war and it was not in Harmonia, or that the Dunan Unification War was not on Dunan, it didnt result in any unification and it wasnt a war. It was probably just a strange party.Depends on your intentions entirely.Nor would one call a world filled with faunae and life the World of Emptiness, but there you have it.
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