nicola595

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    nicola595 posted an update in the group Book 6: ONE TRUE KING 1 year, 4 months ago

    Wait, if Agatha and Tedros are the snakes and Sophie and Japeth are lions does that mean that Japeth and Sophie will kill Agatha and Tedros because the legend says that the lion killed the snake? BTW is anyone else wondering about who the eagle is?

        sge4ever13 replied 1 year, 4 months ago

        what if Merlin was the eagle? I mean if Tedros is portrayed as the snake in this book it would make sense cause Merlin is on his side. But then according to the story the eagle later sides with the lion, so as to what would bring Merlin to side with Japeth I have no clue.

        betheverafter replied 1 year, 4 months ago

        Oooh! What an AMAZING theory! @sge4ever13, yes, that start part fits in perfectly! I’m pretty sure that’s going to happen, as Soman’s obviously setting us up for something. Maybe there is a secret that causes Merlin to change, or to save someone’s life maybe? This is the best theory I’ve seen in months, or practically forever, together with the above comment, I can think of loads of reasons why that would fit! Sorry, I’m just so excited XD

          sge4ever13 replied 1 year, 4 months ago

          I honestly thought that theory wasn’t very good and thank you @betheverafter

        nevermore2 replied 1 year, 4 months ago

        Rhain is this eagle, be he trusted the snake only to be betrayed, Japeth is the snake bc obviously, Tedros is the lion.

          sophieandagatha20 replied 1 year, 4 months ago

          Well now that everyone thinks JAPETH is RHIAN. So everyone thinks Rhian is the lion. Which would kinda make him the lion

          sge4ever13 replied 1 year, 4 months ago

          but doesn’t the eagle live at the end of the Camelot story?

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