Gotoh wrote:Teddi plainly said he'd taken worse from other bullies.
The point is, they're letting Teddi getting beat up just to see what happens. That's not terribly heroic. Even Tandy though Gabby was pushing it here by waiting so long.
Gotoh wrote:Plus, there were two slayers present, so he was never in any danger of being seriously hurt.
WTF?! The very point I am making, is that to slayers in question did NOT intervene until pheromones influenced their free will!
"Wait for eet, wait for eet... *sniff* oh no, we must help!"
So it's okay to let people be beaten up because of mere suspicions, as long they don't get badly
Gotoh wrote:But rather than carry out sentience on the spot, Faith decided to test them first to if Cerise was telling the truth about them being witches.
How gracious of them, check if they kill the right
person for not doing anything wrong to anyone.
- Anastasia is the former Queen of the Shadow Realm, who slew thousands in her revolt against the Lord of Shadows, which ended with her publicly beheading him. Then rained death and destruction upon Montreal when she and her army invaded Earth. As we've seen several times now, Ana seemingly cannot be killed, despite allegedly being weakened by jointly giving birth to Mel.
In EC or MC, maybe. But in DC, it doesn't look like paranormal is public knowledge. Remember when Chloe fainted and got put in Ambulance? They didn't knew she was a demon, even though they were paramedics
. If even educated public servants don't know about paranormal, it definitely isn't public knowledge, or of significant influence on humanity.
Gotoh wrote:Unless you think Mel could've escaped Cerise's trap on her own, then save AA out of the goodness of her heart, I'd say that's a more than sufficient. She gets the credit for saving the school, but that was only possible because Faith saved her and asked her to do it in her stead. There's no getting around that.
Faith threw Melissa out the teleportation circle, for the same reason she gave up on burning her: It was because she needed her alive, as she had best chance out any of them at beating Cerise. If Cerise did not try to kill them all on the spot with very high chances of succeeding, they'd most likely try to drag Mel and Jacqui to Academy, done the tests, and burn them. I don't care who gets the credit, that is irrelevant.
You shouldn't need to do someone a favour, or even repay a favour, to not get murdered by them. That is more than just common courtesy.
Or are you saying that if Faith could beat Cerise on her own, she should be free to burn on stake all three, including the Mel and Jacqui who did nothing wrong beyond transferring to school which didn't like their types?