>>106765324>It's kind of weird that Distillatoria had that much ship tease given the platonic relationships among the members of the pilgrimage in the show proper,
Beatrice and Wirt were supposed to be a romantic pair with a slow development, they begin as people who don't get along at the beginning. It was supposed to show us how they slowly begin to develop a strong romantic interest for each other. But some people never understood it so Distillatoria made it even more obvious for the audience. >along with the group dynamics that seemed (granted, my POV is limited to me) to suggest that Beatrice was slightly older than the boys
She is supposed to be a spoiled girl who acts bossy because she has many little siblings (she isn't mature in the minimum, but she is smart), the idea of her being older than Wirt is a headcanon, they are suppose to have the same age.>Assuming the latter actually exists or that "the loveliest lies of all" wasn't a way of saying that our narrator made the entire thing up.
"The loveliest lies of all" Isn't a reference to the Unknown but the real world instead. The unknown officially exists. A sequel is easy to imagine.>If there really are plans to adapt the entire Comedy, I wonder how they might reference things like the climb through Purgatory, Virgil, and Matilda, among others.
It's very easy anon