- Apr 7, 2015
"Perhaps. Regardless, I come here to ask about... the Phoenix War. The Archbishopric of Grenada is making a history."Fausto scoffed at the idea of being the Devil. "If I was any sort of infernal creature, would not your holy presence cause me pain? The reason I look like Fausto Villanova is because I am him." Fausto then decided to question Velazquez about the knowledge he was seeking. "What is it you are seeking anyway? We have as long as you need, I'm not, er... can't go anywhere." He shows this by trying to exist through a wall and is thrown, forcefully, back in.
Velazquez remembered the book given to him by the German. It made it look like Montsegur had gone on a damn fool idealistic crusade, but Velazquez knew the truth. All of Montsegur's ideals, regardless of what they meant at the onset of the war, by the time he had adopted the title of Lord Dictator, were abandoned. The impatient reformer, if so he was, had transformed into a snake, a false lion, a wingless dragon. Truly, if the Phoenix War had destroyed anything, it was Montsegur. In 1752, Montsegur entered the Phoenix War. In 1755, the Usurper exited.