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December 17, 2013
Now wait just a second, I don't remember allowing Richter to sustain such a specific and highly-visible injury! Iris, just what are you playing at here?! (Be careful about this one, you lunkhead!)
Also, there goes any room for speculation about the unusually detailed (comparatively speaking, anyway) sleeve tearing... if you already read the description I put up at the time of its original upload, you may want to check back for some slight additions and alterations I might've made to the last two "sections" helpfully cordoned off. Or maybe don't, it's probably better that way... I have no idea and take no responsibility for whatever spirit of darkness influenced me to get off on some weird hypothetical tangents...
I'm also pretty sure that there's no reasonable way to expect that Iris could find her way back safely this far into the game... and after what we heard Richter tell Tera, I'm pretty sure he's not familiar with enemy respawn mechanics. (They all chant the local resurrection spell, duh.)
...also, unless I'm mistaken, I believe Iris is ALSO played by Karen Strassman... which would be just plain awkward given that both live in Aljiba village... maybe that's why they were separated and left out in the wilderness, not even the forces of darkness could deal with the extreme uncanniness of it all.
Castlevania: Rondo of Blood -- Bonus: Richter and Iris (English)