>>87545603>We don't know if Moon's mum was really an ally to the monsters. All we know is that she abandoned her marriage, family, country and her duties in order to go live with her monster lover. We don't know if she actually fought against her own kind in any way.
She used to be the Queen of Mewny, which has been battling the monsters since its foundation, and ran off with a monster. While possible, I just find the idea of her ignoring the war very unlikely.>If anything, the fact that Toffee is wearing BOTH Moon's skull, who is his enemy who he's trying to kill at the fight, AND Eclipsa's, who is Moon's mother, indicates that he doesn't value Eclipsa at all. He's treating Moon and Eclipsa the same, by symbolically beheading them and desecrating their remains. It makes no sense that on this shoulder he'd wear the head of his enemy but on this side a similar skull is a cherished memento of someone dear to him.
I did not mean that he´s wearing it as a reminder for himself; it´s pure psychological warfare. One skull of the royalty I killed, another skull for the royalty you killed.
Also, she was known as a Dark Queen, a dark queen who knew magic. Even her dress is very similar to that of a witch. I wouldn´t be surprised at all by the fact that she´s also a nigromant and used her own remains to create some powerful magic.>I do want to know what went down with Eclipsa, where did Toffee learn all this stuff about the wand and how the Mewnians got the wand back. I just absolutely don't believe that Toffee would be Eclipsa's son.
Whether or not Toffee is actually Eclipsa's son is a mystery and I admit, can be a little hard to swallow. However, most speculation about Toffee's role in the war, along Eclipsa's can be executed without them being related, so I say we shouldn´t let one disagreement get in the way of other theories.