What do Carmina’s crows represent in her lore
So I found some free time recently to finally start reading over the Artist’s lore, and I’m pretty confused so far. I know each killer is supposed to have some kind of fundamental emotion that compels them to bring NOED every match (The Pig and her jealousy, the Plague and her devotion, the Trickster and his terrible fashion choices), but Carmina just seems like a nice painter with a dead family.
The part at the end is really confusing for me too. When the crows begin to shred apart the bad guy—great job choosing one of only two continents on Earth that don’t have crows by the way—It’s pretty clear that Carmina has wrath, but she’s also pretty happy about her art coming to life, so is that (crazed artist who wants to make their art real shenanigans) supposed to be her central motivation?
I’m also completely stumped by what the crows eating her friends is supposed to represent. Wrath burning out of control seems a bit generic for her, since she is such a
neurodivergent minor unique character, but I really don’t have any other clues from her.
Plus, isn’t a bit contradictory that the crows represent/provide comfort and care when she’s at the bridge, but then fury when she’s in the desert? I can’t think of anything that could possibly unify those two things in meaning. Any ideas?