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Ty




Has Hudlin or Priest ever addressed what happens to the Dora Milaje's official role if BP marries someone.

I know that the DM are supposed to be ceremonial Wives_In_Training (although Priest's T'Challa never committed to following the DM's official definition of their role to the letter) . I was just wondering if it has been discussed since Storm is Queen now.


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Cire




> Has Hudlin or Priest ever addressed what happens to the Dora Milaje's official role if BP marries someone.
>
> I know that the DM are supposed to be ceremonial Wives_In_Training (although Priest's T'Challa never committed to following the DM's official definition of their role to the letter) . I was just wondering if it has been discussed since Storm is Queen now.

It could be an intersting side story though. \:\-\)


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Bob Almond




> Has Hudlin or Priest ever addressed what happens to the Dora Milaje's official role if BP marries someone.
>
> I know that the DM are supposed to be ceremonial Wives_In_Training (although Priest's T'Challa never committed to following the DM's official definition of their role to the letter) . I was just wondering if it has been discussed since Storm is Queen now.

From what I recall, the tradition has been kept to keep the peace between tribes. I would imagine that there would be internal unrest and hostility. Certainly this is a story screaming for explanation.


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Ty




> > Has Hudlin or Priest ever addressed what happens to the Dora Milaje's official role if BP marries someone.
> >
> > I know that the DM are supposed to be ceremonial Wives_In_Training (although Priest's T'Challa never committed to following the DM's official definition of their role to the letter) . I was just wondering if it has been discussed since Storm is Queen now.
>
> It could be an intersting side story though. \:\-\)

I think so too.......


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Ty




> > Has Hudlin or Priest ever addressed what happens to the Dora Milaje's official role if BP marries someone.
> >
> > I know that the DM are supposed to be ceremonial Wives_In_Training (although Priest's T'Challa never committed to following the DM's official definition of their role to the letter) . I was just wondering if it has been discussed since Storm is Queen now.
>
> From what I recall, the tradition has been kept to keep the peace between tribes. I would imagine that there would be internal unrest and hostility.
My presumption also. Especially since Ororo is an outsider to the Wakandan society.

> Certainly this is a story screaming for explanation.
I wish the "Volume II" team could do a 4 or 6 part mini to tell the story. Thanks for the info, Bob.


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Darius




That's why I wanted the Dora Milaje and Zuri to become supporting characters again, accompanying Panther and Storm on a variety of adventures...and hopefully the current Dora Milaje would be given distinct personalities instead of looking like clones of the other.

Unfortunately I do not think any of this will happen in the current series.


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Loren




> Has Hudlin or Priest ever addressed what happens to the Dora Milaje's official role if BP marries someone.
>
> I know that the DM are supposed to be ceremonial Wives_In_Training (although Priest's T'Challa never committed to following the DM's official definition of their role to the letter) . I was just wondering if it has been discussed since Storm is Queen now.

Not that I'm aware of, and it's likely because the Dora Milaje serve a different purpose in Hudlin's Wakanda.

As noted by others, in Priest's Wakanda, the Dora Milaje existed to stabilize peace between rival tribes.

Hudlin's Wakanda, however, doesn't have rival tribes. The fact that they are carbon-copies of each other suggests that they don't come from different tribal backgrounds. Instead of being "wives-in-training," and instead of existing to promote cultural harmony, they've been retconned into being nothing more than hot, tattooed female bodyguards. And as such, there's nothing to address with regard to T'Challa's marriage to Storm.


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