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  • Glossaryk said that magic's in good hands. Doubt he meant the hands of those that helped destroy magic. 

    He's always been cryptic and there's always a hidden meaning and motive behind his actions.

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    • LoudFan4799 wrote:
      Glossaryk said that magic's in good hands. Doubt he meant the hands of those that helped destroy magic. 

      He's always been cryptic and there's always a hidden meaning and motive behind his actions.

      So Star shouldn't have magic then?

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    • No, I'm not saying that.

      What I am saying is that maybe the reason why he was so on board with the choice to destroy magic was because he wanted it to be that way. The Realm of Magic was in pretty bad shape with the contamination of that purple gunk making the horses rabid and feral. That form of magic needed to be destroyed to pave way for a new form of magic to be restored.

      Just as the realm crumbled around them, Star and Marco's love for each other created a new form of magic that was the catalyst for the first sign of it which was the rift that merged Earth and Mewni.

      That's about the only explanation besides poor writing.

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    • Seriously, the dimensions merging like that out of the blue, it's unexplainable and when there's unexplainable, magic is bound to be at work.

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    • LoudFan4799 wrote:
      No, I'm not saying that.

      What I am saying is that maybe the reason why he was so on board with the choice to destroy magic was because he wanted it to be that way. The Realm of Magic was in pretty bad shape with the contamination of that purple gunk making the horses rabid and feral. That form of magic needed to be destroyed to pave way for a new form of magic to be restored.

      Just as the realm crumbled around them, Star and Marco's love for each other created a new form of magic that was the catalyst for the first sign of it which was the rift that merged Earth and Mewni.

      That's about the only explanation besides poor writing.

      But the magic could've been purified like it was when Toffee corrupted it.  The magic realm's latest corruption actually justifies the MHC's dislike of Eclipsa as it was her magic that did the corruption in the first place.

      Star and Marco's love creating new magic sounds like a lame plot that makes them more important than they really are. Both have shown that they aren't pure of heart, and infact Star has been selfish throughout most of the show.

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    • LoudFan4799 wrote:
      Seriously, the dimensions merging like that out of the blue, it's unexplainable and when there's unexplainable, magic is bound to be at work.

      Yeah, that was stupid to have two delicate ecosystems merge just to make two people happy. It's like the whole universe is bending over backwards for them.

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    • Maybe Glossaryk knew that the only way to cleanse it again was to remake it. And magic can be born from other things like love, anger, happiness, etc. It came into existance before. Honestly, people should just be thankful that Starco's resolved, might not be perfect and is pretty rushed but their together now. And besides, no one's perfect, not even the main characters or misunderstood ones.

      And besides, with such an uproar that Cleaved has made in its wake, there's bound to be some form of continuation. Happens all the time with notable shows like Adventure Time, Gravity Falls, and Regular show. 

      Either a TV Movie, graphic novel series, revival, sequel series or spin off. Been done before.

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    • Plus, this is Glossaryk.

      He doesn't really care about anything, not even magic despite being the embodiment of it. He and the commission were comprised of magic, their physical forms were destroyed but the magical essences must still exist in some way.

      There could also be residual magic energy. It's a force of nature that transcends across beings and dimensions, that sort of thing can't be destroyed so easily only be make anew.

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    • LoudFan4799 wrote:
      Maybe Glossaryk knew that the only way to cleanse it again was to remake it. And magic can be born from other things like love, anger, happiness, etc. It came into existance before.

      Honestly, people should just be thankful that Starco's resolved, might not be perfect and is pretty rushed but their together now. And besides, no one's perfect, not even the main characters or misunderstood ones.

      And besides, with such an uproar that Cleaved has made in its wake, there's bound to be some form of continuation. Happens all the time with notable shows like Adventure Time, Gravity Falls, and Regular show. 

      Either a TV Movie, graphic novel series, revival, sequel series or spin off. Been done before.

      Starco would just make more people mad because it's just more dedication to the ship, which what caused a lot of problems with the show in the first place.  So their "love" remaking the magic realm is a bad idea.   And just because Starco is resolved doesn't mean people should be thankful since it's shoved in their faces for so long and that if the show is continued in some form, the Starco nutcases would just want Starco moments in every scene possible.

      Only Gravity Falls has had a continuation with that one book.

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    • Actually, there were comics for those shows as well. Adventure Time season 10 and a one shot of Regular Show after its ending. 

      Daron tried resolving both Starco and the show's narrative at the same time which only resulted in a finale that would forever divide the fandom. More than 4 seasons would've helped resolve everything. If it is continued, then the writers and fans should learn their lessons and don't make Starco the sole purpose for the show. Honestly, even the die hard fans of the ship are disappointed with how things went. I'm a prime example.

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    • Oh, and Avatar the Last Airbender also continued in graphic novel form.

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    • LoudFan4799 wrote:
      Actually, there were comics for those shows as well. Adventure Time season 10 and a one shot of Regular Show after its ending. 

      Daron tried resolving both Starco and the show's narrative at the same time which only resulted in a finale that would forever divide the fandom. More than 4 seasons would've helped resolve everything. If it is continued, then the writers and fans should learn their lessons and don't make Starco the sole purpose for the show. Honestly, even the die hard fans of the ship are disappointed with how things went. I'm a prime example.

      Would the Starco nutcases learn their lesson though?  No, they actually wouldn't. They'll just expect more Starco to the point of marriage and Star having a baby.  Because that's all they care about with this show.

      I'm sorry, but Starco was a huge mistake that Daron should've reconsidered.

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    • LoudFan4799 wrote:
      Oh, and Avatar the Last Airbender also continued in graphic novel form.

      I know about the Last Airbender, but I was focusing on the shows you pointed out.

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    • Look, blaming ship doesn't solve the problem. I've been Starco since the beginning and even I hated how they ended things. I'm overjoyed that Starco is canon, but don't think for a second that I'm content with how things concluded.

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    • LoudFan4799 wrote:
      Look, blaming ship doesn't solve the problem. I've been Starco since the beginning and even I hated how they ended things. I'm overjoyed that Starco is canon, but don't think for a second that I'm content with how things concluded.

      There's really nothing we can do to solve the problem. Starco wasn't the only problem with the last two seasons of the show, but it is one of the biggest. 

      So in the end, no one was satisfied.

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    • I'm not just a Starco fan but I'm also a fan of the series as a whole. 

      We may disagree on certain things but we can both attest that this finale was not the proper conclusion such a show deserved.

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    • LoudFan4799 wrote:
      I'm not just a Starco fan but I'm also a fan of the series as a whole. 

      We may disagree on certain things but we can both attest that this finale was not the proper conclusion such a show deserved.

      I completely agree.  The creator and the writers lost track on what made the show so great.

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    • In an interview/podcast that Daron nefcy said that way back when the season 3 finale Conquer was still in the writing stage, the show being renewed for season 4 hadn't been announced yet.

      In an act of cockiness on her part, she ended the episode in a cliffhanger so that in case the show wouldn't get a season 4, she'd fought for a form of special to wrap up the story. Then came the announcement for a 4th and last season and that's why this season was so rushed. 

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    • Liar, disney renewed the show for both a third and fourth season at the same time so she knew that she was getting a fourth season.

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    • Luci96 wrote:
      Liar, disney renewed the show for both a third and fourth season at the same time so she knew that she was getting a fourth season.

      Hey, that's what Nefcy said. I searched for it myself.

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