Ok, so I think I've found a major plot hole that I have yet to see discussed on here. The future that Zeritul presents to Raynor is what happens if Kerrigan is killed, right? She is the key to stopping the end of days from happening... From what I can part together, it is her independent mind and control of the zerg that makes her the key. Without her control of the zerg is up to "the highest bidder" (for lack of a better term), which in this case is going to be the hybrids. So to reiterate, Kerrigan is the only thing stopping the Hybrids from controlling the zerg... Well at the end of Liberty's Crusade Kerrigan is "cured" and made fully human. It stands to reason that she no longer has control of the zerg; so its only a matter of time before the Hybrids take control. Thus the end of days is still going to happen. Major Plot hole! Questions: 1: Once Kerrigan is freed of the overmind's control in the first game she goes on and on about how much she loves what shes become. She still retains her memory and is able to pursue her own interests. So when Raynor "cures" her, wouldn't she pissed?... If she really didn't want to be the queen of blades then wouldn't she do everything she could to make herself human again.... Unless that is the reason she hasn't done anything for the past 4 years; it's so easy for the terran to get to her on Char, and why she was going for the artifacts in the first place. 2: A lot of people have pointed out that there is a 4 year gap between the end of Brood War and this game. And a lot of people ask what Kerrigan has been up to for these 4 years. Zeritul does encounter her as he is looking for the prophesies (which happens during those unknown 4 years). Which begs the question; is that what shes been up to? And how much does she know about her own importance in the grand scale of things? I've got more questions, but these are the main ones on my mind for now. I figured some of you might have a few opinions.