So like, there’s absolutely going to be a crossover ending between Kris and Sleipnir/Hughes

But. It was supposed to be from the beginning—and I forgot—that Kris can either opt to defend or bring in Sleipnir and Hughes

If she brings them in, well, that’s the easier ending. Sleipnir would probably agree to it, because it’s his thing that he ultimately wants to go “clean”… Hughes on the other hand would probably fly away believing that he’d done nothing wrong in his life, just because he never had any intent to do evil.

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I never really sat down and thought about it but like

The concept for Tiess Bernh is not just that he’s “a little like Gandhi but cooler” as was my working explanation for the longest time. It’s more like he’s explicitly an “anti-Gandhi”.

I could totally imagine this scenario where before he became head of the Dreamers, like, there was this event where people were leading this pacifist protest march trying to get harmed to make a point, but then Bernh showed up and was like “fuck this shit, I’ll show you how it’s really done” and dragged them all off to an improvised headquarters to teach them a better way.

It like, really makes the Faithful versus the Dreamers make sense on a larger scale, the Faithful tend to consider being prepared to die and sacrifice yourself a huge virtue whereas the Dreamers are very specifically a faction that thinks nobody should ever have to die to prove a point and encourage everyone to think of the grandest outcomes with the fewest tradeoffs

The truth about Xzhyrxiel and Zxelhziar?

I’ve been thinking about why Xzhyrxiel and Zxelhziar are reversed and have the opposite markings on their bodies and the opposite iconography to what their attune is

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a fantasy character who preaches the gospel of Christianity despite their being no jesus christ or equivalent figure in their world

Does it count that RFS has a faction called the Faithful/Believers who rally around a seemingly nonexistent angel preaching goodness and stuff kinda the way Christianity is interpreted popularly?