I have a very important question: According with the last panel, and from what I can understand, it heavily implies that the whole Erma Felna EDF story until this point, along with the flashback of course, was being told from Erma's POV. If that's the case, how Erma could knew stuff that doesn't involve her, like the ones involving the ILR, Enchawah and other people and organizations? (assuming, of course, this could be a plot point that could be explained later if you plan to resume the story from it when left of)
No. Don't know why you'd think the whole Series was from her narrative. Her flashback story's additional perspectives were supplied or inferred after the fact.
My previous comment came because in the last panel (where Erma says "But I know what you mean, And I think I'll save that for another story") I had always interpreted it as Erma was planning to tell her family the story of her life from the very beginning (including the battle of Derzon, the whole deal with Tavas, and all) before she met Teka.
Well, she might well tell her side of such stories, but not the whole stories for just the reasons you mention.
Well we know Erma gave birth to at least one child and I don't know if she knows what happened to him. Here we have at least one child calling her G'amma, which I assume means Grandma and although she could refer to Teka as a sister or a daughter she is referring ti her as Auntie to some of the children, so she's not the mother of some of them at least. Either Teka has other brothers and sisters or there are other clones of Erma's around. She's asked if she has any born babies and four of the children are clones of somebody or multiple somebodies and the rest are born either from Teka or others related to her close enough so they seem to consider Erma as gramma or maybe the kids have some friends over to hear stories. A couple of them look like they could be clones of Erma or Teka.
Erma Felna color page 37And that's it for that flash forward. And back to the original continuity.