>>119145893>Like with other izekais, the real mystery would start after she’s found..
This is especially true here.
It's looking probable Amphibia is Narnia time, and even if it isn't, we don't even know the name of Anne's mom for god sakes. Not much to discuss.
And Luz could totally get out of this situation if she gets the portal back soon enough.
I remember ALOT of people were shocked to realize IT DIDN'T use Narnia time, lesson worlds like that usually do. (So I guess Amphibia could surprise us too, but still) So yeah.
There are other cases in the Infinity Train world (Grace most notably, someone of wealthy blood who disappeared from a room where it shouldn't have been possible) that would attract more attention, and Tulip not having a reflection is gonna raise a few questions, as is MT Lake if anyone finds her.
There's between 100k and 10 million people on Earth who were ex-passengers depending on the method used, and even assuming alot of them never came back, or were too old/young to give useful info, that's still alot of people, like, let's say 700 thousand as a nice midrange number.
Either the government is covering up the ghost train, or they've been slandered as conspiracy theorists to hell and back and no one believes them.
And also, yes, you can't leave the train unless your mentally and emotionally sound, but in a large number of circumstances it's not hard to believe going back could make things worse, if say, they find their entire family died when they were gone, or their wife remarried, or people think they abandoned t heir family, or their hometown was burned in a war, alot of bad things could result from being away from their own lives for months, so there's probably ATLEAST 100k dispossced ex-passengers seeking vindication who would LOVE someone like Tulip or Lake who has evidence of what happened.
That's a fun idea