Esteban certainly did not strike me as angry at being rejected, just depressed. If there's one thing he's doing right, it's that he clearly understands why Elena would be so angry and unforgiving of him and doesn't blame her for it. He simply accepts it and is ready to move on with his new path that was forced upon him. At the moment, I think he just wants to become powerful enough to betray Ash and Zopilote and then be on his way to seeking a new life for himself somewhere else. The problem is that I still am convinced he is going to become possessed by the darkness he's now willfully choosing to indulge in, and weaponized against his family against his will.However, as hurt as he feels at the end, I don't think he's cut out to be evil or hurt his family. I am probably more worried about his expressions and attitude than is warranted simply because when Estaban says at the beginning he comes from a place or manners and not conflict, that's closer to the truth than being angry at rejection.
Exactly. It has been said that Elena's final battle will be "a test", to determine if she is truly worthy of the crown. Just defeating some bad guy wouldn't be such a test, otherwise defeating Shuriki really would have been enough like Elena had thought it was. She has to prove the capacity to let go of her negative personal feelings for the good of all, including herself. Does Esteban deserve forgiveness? Probably not. But forgiving him will probably be what saves Avalor in the end, and so Elena has to do it. I also hope that in the end, Esteban's redemption will also have him leaving his family to go do good somewhere else, since I think it would be a cheat to have him end up as royal chancellor again and everything being as it was. Assuming he even survives his redemption, that is. Hey, after the show had the balls to kill Alacazar on-screen, we can't rule anything else out!It's not because he deserves Elena's forgiveness. It's that the forgiveness would probably be the healthiest thing for Elena. And maybe that's all it boils down to in the end, and maybe that's all it ever boiled down.
I don't think she HAS to. I think she will choose to. And that will make all the difference.Exactly. It has been said that Elena's final battle will be "a test", to determine if she is truly worthy of the crown. Just defeating some bad guy wouldn't be such a test, otherwise defeating Shuriki really would have been enough like Elena had thought it was. She has to prove the capacity to let go of her negative personal feelings for the good of all, including herself. Does Esteban deserve forgiveness? Probably not. But forgiving him will probably be what saves Avalor in the end, and so Elena has to do it.
Speaking of, a question no one has answered, what will they do with the royal chancellor position, as we saw in an earlier episode, Elena is exhausted doing all of Esteban's work, so that position needs to be filled, how, will Elena appoint someone or will we have an election, which I am hoping, I love a good election episode. I know Donna Paluma would win and that already would make the episode entertaining. Power to the people, time to vote.since I think it would be a cheat to have him end up as royal chancellor again and everything being as it was.
If there is going to be a opponent for Isabel, than Tito is probably the person to join Ash's villain team as someone for Isabel to fight. This episode establish him as a Isabel villain. Though I would prefer a mad scientist to challenge Isabel that way, it probably doesn't make sense for Ash's villain team which is all about dark magic to be involved with science. Tito will do.So we going have this villain group, which means probably be a enemy each for the good guys to fight themselves.
Another question is we going to get an opponent for Isabel, we going to let her fight? The only match ups that would work for her is to fight someone her size, a villain her own age or a midget, or a mad scientist and / or a tactician. I really doubt this show would have a child villain, unless we redeem them, but I doubt we can do that introducing a character this late in the game. So I am thinking if Isabel has a battle, won't be a physical battle, but a battle of wits with someone very intelligent who has no physical ability to fight. Isabel she is very smart, she could be an inventor or a general depending on what field she pursues.
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