But she didn't do anything? I kind of feel like this really describes a lot of the problems with Cat. I mean...I kind of agree with her? Like, this is kind of a decision of cosmic importance and I can't think of any possible reason why anyone would trust Cat or anyone under her command with it, but more to the point, it's a far reaching decision liable to effect people long, long after this, and the heroes have proven completely incapable of keeping shit contained. The Pilgrim talks of buying time and other chances, but that's really not been working out for them so far, and in this case... And, again, you all know my opinion on the subject of stories in this series, but in a hypothetical world where they made sense and mattered as the series portrayed them, as repeating patterns and recurring events, a lot of what's been suggested lately has had, uh, worrying precedents. Of course, amidst all that, it's hard to take this moment seriously, because the Saint (and all the other heroes) have been punks for the entire story, so the threat we're supposed to believe the Saint poses to Cat, Archer, the Pilgrim, the Tyrant, a few hundred Mighty, and two different goddesses is, uh, hard to really see, but conceptually, I see her point.