Poor Levin, he became the poster boy for bad morals. :'(
Things are going, JUST, AS, PLANNED.
To be fair, Levin worked hard to become the poster boy for bad morals; that's not something you become by resting on your laurels or half-heartedly trying to reach the minimum standards of basic human decency.
It was then that Lord Infinite realized he was in the wrong team.
Ah yes, Paladin faking it, lying for the greater good. Good old sound morals, the faÃ§ade of righteousness.
It might be a good fitting strategy; she won't ask for a cleaner fee, diminishing the chances of the cover to be blown up. (The way I understand the rules, only cleaners can recieve a fee at any given time, without a facility for that.)
Gotta admit it, though, it took me a while to understand what was going on, I forgot how Shalia claimed she was a cleaner as well.
Lord Infinite: "What are you guys talking about?"
In the last panel, Tobi's suitcase seems to have been cut in half horizontally. oO
No Straightbackward, your likely not understanding what is going on. By the sound of it due to personal bias.
The reason Shalia does not ask for a fee, is because she does not in fact care about money at all.
The reason she told people she were a cleaner, is that she could hardly tell everyone she were a saboteur.
all he was trying to do was play the game the intended way and then Tobi had to mess everything up
@Gorzag I see what you mean. I think the suitcase is at a slight angle.
3 doesnt act with morality, he acts with the interest of tobi, so he may trade within reason to help tobi, without her knowledge of course. Just like giving her all that money to start
Almost awkward how Infinity said "traders".. it wouldn't be too hard to imagine him meaning "traitors" in some sort of foreshadowing. Like maybe whoever does the trade in one round gets sent to the other team after the trade?
It'd be weird if Infinity somehow knew that, but he may have a few information sources, including the starting secrets all players got, his magic powers, and possibly something he learned as a major criminal figure before joining the game.
I mean, Infinity *did* end up getting his henchman on the other team by oddly having his henchman vote the other way from himself. That seemingly odd move may've been planned, with his theatrics ensuring everyone'd just write it off as a sick eccentricity.
Three's body gets weirder as the story progresses.
Things might get awkward when/if they find out what Three did.