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I have two questions about statements that Goliath makes in "Awakening":
1) In Part I, Goliath states that Demona-to-be is his best warrior. Is his assessment correct, or is he trying to flatter her, or is his judgment clouded by the relationship?
2) In the final showdown in Part V, Goliath tells Demona: "There is good and evil in all of us, human and gargoyle alike. You should know that more than anyone."
That sounds as if Goliath had a specific incident in mind that should have taught Demona this, but I've never been able to figure out what Goliath is refering to. Is it a story that's never been told? Is it a story that popped up during the series and I just didn't catch it (and if yes, which one)? Or does he refer to nothing specific?
1. I think any statement like that is perhaps arguable, but if she's not his best, she's probably damn close to it.
2. He did have a specific incident in mind. Her betrayal of the clan that led to the massacre.