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Original Tumblr Post: Merging of Families
Merging of Families
Between the bottle of Bride whiskey and the ticker tape and all, there’s definitely a lot of wedding imagery going on near the end of Volume 10. But there’s one other bit I’m not really seeing people mention.
Before Vash and Wolfwood head out to the infamous couch, Brad and crew take Miss Melanie and all the orphans onboard their ship to get them the hell out of there before the ark shows up. Presumably, Brad’s not gonna just dump all these children in some random location in the desert when Knives is tooling around devastating population centers. I could be wrong since this is my first read-through, but I’m guessing he’s at least going to try to take them to Home where they can integrate with the rest of the population.
Which will have the effect of uniting the group that’s closest to family for Vash with the group that’s closest to family for Wolfwood. The bond between the two has allowed the two groups to become one.