I don't think so... I meant that people say that Lenalee is not a main character because she didn't have that role, earlier in the books. So they're technically kinda right. They're only wrong if they insist that this is STILL true.Originally Posted by stained_black
Awww. xD I didn't do any work, actually - I was skimming through earlier volumes (a bit of 1 and 2, and some of 3) and saw Lenalee with the tea, and was like "holy crap! She's boring!". Everything else was from memory... so if I'm wrong, that's why. If I'm right, I'm just that much more of a loser. ^_^;;Originally Posted by reinard-fox
Yeah, I kind of exaggerated there. He did have ambition, but he didn't quite have the same goal that he does now. It wasn't until volume 9 that he thought of his "left hand for the akuma, right hand for the humans" thing, and defined it. It was sort of vague - yes, he wanted to save the akuma, but if he was so clear about it, why didn't anyone comment until after he got the Innocence upgrade? That's when he said that saving the akuma was equally, or more important than saving the humans.For now I've found only one inaccuracy:
Originally Posted by Digi
He [Allen] had no real ambition.
From the very first volume his main goal was stayted - to save Akuma and to save people. Perhaps he was not too passionate about this. But his main ambition was always there.
Yeah. ^_^;; I think the reason we haven't seen it is just because no one ever thinks about the changes, since they're not the kind that most people think of when a person changes (such as going from good to evil, or vice versa). Hm, I guess I'll have to spend some of my excess time thinking about that... xDNo, from how i see it Digi is saying that changes in Allen's and Linalee's characters are very huge - "In summary, Allen and Lenalee have both changed dramatically", not "In summary, Allen and Linalee have both changed so little it can't be seen without fucken electron microscope".