I'm assuming by now everyone'd to have seen it, but a spoilertag nonetheless.
I have two questions regarding Aurene's vision.
Of course, they won't absolute (or factual) answers, but depending on how you look at them, the story can change.
firstly, Aurene's experience of the vision. Like, in various ways the vision can be a visual vision, but also an experience.
Did she only foresee the failures (deaths), against kralkatorrik. or did she also experience them.
I can imagine if you experience your own death like 50 times in a row, you flip out.
if such is the case, it brings me to my second point
did we see all possible futures?
I mean, of course not, it's a game, it'll have a happy ending, that much we know.
So, did aurene break off the visions before we saw the 'winning' future.
or were did not enough pawns on our board in order to generate that 'winning' future?
I myself am leaning towards the "experiencing visions" as they make the visions themselves more impactful. And the crisis of aurene more understandable.
As for the latter, I lean towards the "we're still missing pawns" in order to generate the winning future. But given we only have 2 more episodes, I wonder what kind of allies or tools we might still reproduce in order to get to that winning future.
a big unless
LWS4 ends with a tragedy
and season 5 is a gonna be very dark and bitter
To defeat the dragons, see the good in them.
Zhaitan reunites lost ones, primordus creates fertile land, mordremoth spreads the green, and jormag..
..jormag? Who's that?