Am I the only one who believes Glen the hero is still hiding something? He just ordered Gil to shoot his best friend and then smiles?
Jack has stopped sidestepping around mania, and has basically fallen into it up to his ears.
Glen, on the other hand, is not heartbroken anymore. Now, Jack is just an enemy who tricked him.
The one mistake Glen made was probably attacking a maniac. It isn’t likely that Jack excruciatingly blames himself for any of this, and now views Glen as his enemy, too, and you can tell that it took effect right after Glen showed such a negative reaction.The fact that he even sought Glen out and basically told him his treason, is a sign that he’d already slipped dangerously close to mania; he had no idea he’d done something wrong. He didn’t even acknowledge the fact that Glen had to kill hundreds of people because of what he did.
As far as Oz goes, the rules have already been repeated. Whether or not Oz has been living as a human for fifteen years, or has even befriended both Gilbert and Leo, he’s still the chain that killed Glen and he’s still Jack’s vessel. Lacie, Oswald’s sister, was not even threatening, and she was still killed becuse of her eyes; they didn’t want to make things complicated. Oswald, as Glen, and now as Leo, probably won’t hesistate for a long time. If he does, he would be just Oswald, which we’ve never seen past the point where he became Glen. Jack, however, has placed the bet that Oswald will ultimately hesitate for the sake of Oz as a human.
I’m speaking in circles, I’ll just leave it to the experts to explain it better. ^^’
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