wingthing said: But it was still pretty damn callous (and hey, typical Kahvi!) to be talking about avenging her when... you know, there is still plenty of time to actually RESCUE her.
Of course the big question here is how would Vaya feel about being rescued?
I don't think Kahvi didn't care for Vaya; she cried
for her for Two-Spear's sake! Knowing Kahvi, I don't think tears are something she'd shed lightly.
So maybe the "She chose, she's gone" line was Kahvi's way of accepting that her adult
daughter had made a choice. Maybe Kahvi deep down wanted to rescue Vaya but knew Vaya wouldn't want it.