Since the discovery of Lady Alvane as “Old April” in the German version of The Longest Journey, many fans believe April will become Lady Alvane. The biggest clue is the appearance of April’s old buddy Crow during The Longest Journey’s epilogue. Crow asks if Alvane will go “out there again” on a “new adventure.” Alvane reassures him that their “adventuring days are over.” Alvane is also strangely aware of what happens to April Ryan and April’s friend Emma. Only April would know what happens to her and her friends, right?Evidence to the Contrary
April Ryan could’ve become Lady Alvane if it hadn’t been for the fact that she appears to have died in her youth. In The Longest Journey, it is also heavily implied that Lady Alvane will be someone else entirely. Alvane mentions in the epilogue how “strange” it is to “remember April Ryan” and adds that her story is “almost over as well.” Those two crucial pieces of evidence crush any chance of April becoming “Old April.”
She remembers April Ryan after April visits her at the ending of DFC / Middle of TLJ. So I support the theory of Saga / Lady Alvane has the same soul as April: April Reborn. But still coexist both as April and Saga, two lives, as it's split. April and Crow goes live their life, Saga / Lady Alvane and Old Crow (Crow reborn). As HoaW exist between and everywhere, so there is no timeline, That's why Old April Reborn (Saga) can meet her past life self Young April.
The enigmatic House of All Worlds is inhabited by Lady Alvane and a much older Crow. Its exact nature and location are still unknown, although Lady Alvane describes it as neither Stark, nor Arcadia: "this place is Between, and Everywhere." It is visited at the beginning of the story by two guests in rustic clothing who have come to hear Lady Alvane tell them a story.April reaches the House of All Worlds when she is being pursued by Vanguard agents, via the "Mystery Door" outside the Fringe Cafe that opens some kind of portal. April says that it "felt different, not like Shifting." Lady Alvane tells her that, while April brought herself there, Lady Alvane opened the door for her.Lady Alvane and Crow refer to the reunification of the worlds as having already occurred, but pre-reunification April is able to visit, so there is some kind of time paradox. Lady Alvane tells her guests "There are enough fairy tales in the worlds already", implying that the House of All Worlds is not the sole remaining world following reunification.
Norbert Matyńka said: IMHO, this is one of the effects of the "entanglement" part mentioned by Helena Wang and Saga. As Zoe could exist in two places at once, it's clear that there can be "copies" of our protagonists (be that spirits or echoes...) in several places at once, which is the only way to "escape" the story (by creating another story - many paradoxes and twists of spacetime here...) (because it ends where it begins - Uroboros trope again, recurring and recurring.... .https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uroboros) Brilliant.