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Its a known hostage tactic in war, you take a hostages when the enemy plainly assess it, if the enemy doesn’t care, there isn’t much left to do with said hostage, to let Gaia go would likely have been a sign of weakness, traitorism, or both, some people can’t stomach the thought of war, useless as it is, it’s inevitable. It seems she died for no reason, but the only way to know, to see the true reason, is to read on, although I wish they kept the only character with a background

Hawkeye: War isn’t hell. War is war and hell is hell, and of the two, war is worse.
Lt.Mulcahy: How do you figure that, Hawkeye?
Hawkeye: Easy, father. Tell me, who goes to hell?
Lt.Mulcahy: Sinners, I believe
Hawkeye: Exactly. There are no innocent bystanders in Hell., but war is chock full of them. Little kids, cripples, old ladies. In fact, except for a few brass involved, almost everybody involved is an innocent bystander.

LOL. Seems the ‘little protector’ and the farmer had no problem coming to terms.

Now we have the little one’s name. I like it.

It is obvious we won’t be getting the farmer’s name from Milo. He’ll call him “poppa”, or “dad’, or something to that effect. I find no problem at all with that. LOL

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