sticky-runes wrote:I don't think Colton was afraid of Troy. He practically acted like a nanny towards Troy, offering him support and comfort whenever Troy got upset or worried about something. Troy and Colton were loyal to their nation. They were opposed to what Cray was doing, yes, but they weren't prepared to openly rebel against their nation to stop him. As loyal Kooluk soldiers they likely wanted to bring down the rebellion themselves and sort out Graham Cray afterwards. But they both failed - Colton was captured and Troy chose to go down with his ship.
Colton respected Helmut's decision to find a different path in life, but as an old man who had served kooluk his whole life, Colton probably didn't see betraying Kooluk as an option for himself.
sticky-runes wrote:I've never actually chosen to execute Helmut - does he actually die, or is the story fixed so that he lives?
Antimatzist wrote:Yeeah but that doesn't mean your choices don't have consequences. If you don't chose to recruit Mukumuku in II, you still won't get 108 SoDs, even though that's the canon ending.
Sasarai10 wrote:Antimatzist wrote:Yeeah but that doesn't mean your choices don't have consequences. If you don't chose to recruit Mukumuku in II, you still won't get 108 SoDs, even though that's the canon ending.
Here it says he joined along with the other 4 squirrels.
sticky-runes wrote:Dunno. Colton must have known that Helmut was stationed at Razril and was defeated by the rebels, whether he's executed or not.
And the chat between the two of them during the night before the final battle is supposed to be secret, I don't think either of them directly reveal their relationship to other members of Lazlo's army.
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