I have to wonder though.
Was Akzeriuth really meant to be destroyed?
I mean, after all, the fonstones fell and seperated, so technically, even though Kimlasca found the fonstone saying how the Light of the Sacred Flame would destroy the miner’s city, and since the Tower of Rem was…
Yeah, I know, Luke is pretty much locked up so he could be thrown to the wolves later and die along with Akzeriuth, but I’m just wondering if they misiterpreted the score in the first place. That maybe the score never explicitedly said anything about the destruction of Akzeriuth and the excerpts from the score that was read out about the Light of the Sacred Flame becoming a weapon of Kimlasca was only talking about his actions at the Tower of Rem.
I mean, all they had to go on was that it was a miner’s city sometime in 2017 AD, and the Tower of Rem was in the Qliphoth and didn’t seem like the place for the event to happen, so they just assumed it was Akzeriuth.
I’m just thinking about if the Score was really talking about Akzeriuth or the Tower of Rem during those moments.