You fool, don't go on potty breaks.
What a loo-ser.
That is victim blaming and I am not impressed you kids.
Did Noah see Hevel through the column? More importantly, did he let others know he did?
Wait a second â¦. Hevel was with Kimberly and the Girl with the green Eye. If I remember correctly, all she needs to do is touch someone and she can see through him or something in the future.
This was planned â¦ she touched Hevel can now see where they are. Kimberly probably deviced that plan.
Im doubting this capture. It could very easily be intentionally.
Like a ploy to find Noah and the other boy, with the tracking girls power.
Lmao, it's funny because Noah cant even see him
Hevel's eyes being obscured makes me think somethings up, maybe a fakeout or something.
As always, Hevel looks as if he couldn't care less.
They are letting the prisoners see their faces, doesn't that mean they can't let the prisoners leave alive? Unless their face is already known or they have someone to erase memories...
Hevel doesn't quite look like he's...there. Up in the ol' dome.
Wonder where he could be?
@B: They already knew their faces. They were shown photos in the briefing.
Hevel's the one with all the tricks, right? There's more to this than we (currently) know.
Love how they let him keep his smoke
@recneps They may be gang of unregistered magic users but they're not savages.
Noah recognizing Hevel through the column shouldn't be too surprising, at least to the audience. We had a whole scene testing the kids' ability to locate and recognize each other through solid objects (of greater thickness, at that), which Noah aced. He's also used that ability multiple times since arriving in the city.
To be honest, I would not mind either if I was kidnapped by a cute redhead with freckles... Granted, she should be at least twice as old as the kids here...
Oops it's one of the girls Gazz was flirting with.
@Bisected only DJ's face was known the girl and the guy who saw Ciel were able to hide in the school because they were not known.
:D That was a good one!