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I don’t get the impression that she changed what she was going to say – sometimes when a person finds themselves saying something profoundly emotional, their voice may catch as they realize the significance of what is about to be said. Like gathering oneself before taking a terrifying leap.

I think Kayli explicitly and deliberatively says ‘Father’, because in this last brief moment they have together he is just a man, not a god, and it’s her last chance to claim that kind of connection – not just with him, but with anyone.

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