But if that’s the truth, then what exactly is the problem? If the people of Fantasia were the ones who made the decision, then what is there to complain about? It’s their life. Shouldn’t they have the right to be able to choose as they see fit?
|West believes that the people of Fantasia didn't|
really vote to be with the Spades Kingdom. Is this true?
It looks like we’re still missing a lot of details when it comes to this story, so let’s see what else we can learn in this post.
“Uff, don’t call me Sapphire,” West says, in response to East’s words in the previous post. West frowns, almost, but not quite, scowling or perhaps that facial expression was actually a pout. “And that so-called unanimous vote was totally rigged.”
“Spa-” West started to say before quickly stopping. “Someone,” there was emphasis on the word and you could practically see and hear it being italicized, “Obviously rigged the results and made it seem like the people of Fantasia wanted to be one with the Spades Kingdom. But that’s, like, totally, completely not true at all.”
- This is part 65 of The Adventures Of The World’s Superheroes series, a story told in several short posts
- Part 64
- Blue-haired girl wearing blue-colored dress is from Amazon.com
- Pic is meant to represent 'Sapphire,' the nickname or term of endearment that East calls West