That's another thing that bothered me about Hector's ending.
He says he wants to be left alone (with Lenore, put a pin on that). Where was he at at the beginning of the series? Before Dracula found him? He was alone, isolated from other humans because he felt burned by them too many times. His isolation was a testament to his lost humanity. He only had dead things around him. Nothing living, and certainly no people.
So throughout that whole journey, after everything that happened, his emotional fulfillment and the end of his story arc is...to be right back where he started?
Oh except he wanted *insert woman here* with him that means it's better! Good thing she dies before THATS brought to fruition.
How come Issac can have story arc and realize he wants to live his own life and strive to the future, but not Hector? Like all that stuff Issac said about living in a forever now, how would that not be what he was talking against?
Can you imagine if they did that with Issac? After all that, sparing Hector's life and rebuilding that city just to say some shit like "I'll watch them from afar, I won't live among them but I shall help if need be" or some shit?
Hector's story arc should be him learning to make friends again, having connections, not furthering the self-imposed isolation that made him an easy target in the first place.
He says he wants to write a book, but a book can't replace real human contact.
When Issac told him his plan for the future it should've been the pinnacle of both of their arcs to have Hector join him. So that both Issac and Hector can allow real human contact back in their lives.
They should start with each other, and slowly expand out.
They need friends goddamnit!