- I am intrigued by the idea that Talya would choose to disguiseherself as LeBlanc. I guess the main difficulty I have with the whole premise is that Talya was never the sort of child who would have called someone "Noojie-Woojie." That's just why there's such a dysjunction between Talya and LeBlanc. I am not sure if I believe it would have actually been bridged. Then again, anything can happen and people can change drastically.
I like the way that LeBlanc finds her old self teasing her from the mirror.
I enjoy the idea that LeBlanc is maybe so torn up over the loss of Nooj that she transforms herself, tgerefore she measures everything against what she was like when she was with him and tries to become its opposite.
I don't understand her motive for lying however since she seems to realize that Nooj will distrust her as soon as he discovers the deception.
I love the idea of donating spheres for tax deduction. I am not so sure I beleive that historical spheres have the least value on Spira, indeed I am not sure what other sort LeBlanc looks for in the game.
I like the way that LeBlanc finds the child Nooj in the man and the way she is so delighted by his different treatement of her as a lady.
I do enjhoy the thought that LeBlanc already has a large collection of spheres for Nooj and that she is selfish enough to use them to lure him again and again - perhaps even after she discovers that they might be the key to saving Spira from a new threat.