Me: It occurs to me while updating my charahub that I put both that Kate tended to be really bullshit and Ssivyin was the best at putting aside other people’s bullshit
Me: Unstoppable force vs immovable object
Me: It’d actually be a great dynamic
Me: Ssivyin just kinda incidentally gets their day interrupted by Kate doing something bullshit and just kinda decides, ok, you are going down. Ssiassi, you have full permission to go do whatever you want
Me: Not least because I don’t imagine Kate would believe fae are real so if she saw one indisputably next to Ssivyin she’d probably flip her shit
Although Yanha starts out in the Aether, one of the things they can definitely do is find a route to escape out of the Aether into Aluma. Probably at the Borderlands, since that’s the Designated Place Most MBs Enter Aluma, but it would be funny if they could enter Ssiyin’s being before Ssiassi did and unknowingly prevent that happening
So Ssivyin just has Yanha instead of Ssiassi
That would be a cool alternate story route that’s definitely canon now, but it really makes me wonder
If Ssivyin is so similar to Ssingalain, having a similar appearance, the disaffine hero thing, the (spoilers :p) name Nall/Null upon becoming it, and adopting the Song of Ssingalain as a myth and stuff
Does that mean Ssingalain
was a furry had an MB intertwined with them too? It would probably look like a leijonœrn considering their name. But it would be… maybe a Veriaszar? I need to at some point fix MB archetypes like that for the new attitude system.
I may finally have an explanation for “The War”. maybe.
So Graznar is a Soulless, which is the opposite of a Soulful
(recently I realised that’s not quite true and I explain that further down this post, but that’s not important right now). He has his HQ in Corazón, formerly the Heartland—home of the Soulful.
Now, I realised, Corazón is a weird name for that place to have.
Thing is, it’s kinda weird it would be named in Spanish, cause I don’t know of anywhere in Aluma that speaks Spanish. Grævonia speaks basically-English.
Ssivyin has been one of those characters I really liked and thought had a lot of potential but then kinda didn’t actually develop. Most of what I’ve been going heh this is great already about is stuff about their parents and area.
So… Ssiv. What’s established already: they’re genderfluid. They have recently started sharing their body with a malicious Observer, sharing being a very charitable way of putting it. Their parents are Vair Severance, the incredibly irresolute “leader” wielding previously huge scissors and now literal spike heels, and Blot Serval, the furry-commanding cat-person. They don’t like to get involved in politics or petty arguments.
I realised, probably Nassak can just walk through the Depths if he’s careful
Before now I’d always imagined there just being this sliding glass door at the back of the Saucer Nexus with a warning sign that had a stylised abyssal and “DANGER” or something, and if anybody stepped out into the Depths beyond that door the abyssals would just immediately eat them (Dark Teapot or an Insulator or somebody would probably just suddenly show up and block you from going out the door as soon as you opened it)
But Nassak has like Portent-sense, so he could detect abyssals before they snuck up on him,
If Clarity is all about serene blankness it’s probably a really good weapon against Incongruity; I see Incongruity as being all about detailed elaborate bullshit you’re supposed to accept instead of reality because there’s no sense to the world so it makes just as much sense, and just interrupting that with “BLANK!” would pretty well nip it in the bud
Perhaps QuackFaction!Ssiv could show up if somebody is having trouble with the Monster of Incongruity, Istent :p
I’m actually warming up to the idea of their Quack Faction schema literally being a “quacker” with a wide-brimmed hat
Ssiv could like go play a “song of stability” for Vergozsya and turn her into not really a mascot any more, leaving Nassak when he’s supposed to find her to just go “where is the monster of compulsion. where is my mother” because she went elsewhere
Y’know initially I thought of the Mascots as just being there, something that was necessary for the universe to be built but aren’t relevant any more
But now I think the image of if you destroy them their attribute is actually deleted from reality would be so weird and interesting. It kinda explains the whole thing of ‘Jinhuáng not being a mascot and being a human fucks with timelines because she becomes disconnected from the Aether’ better too.
If you delete Compulsion does that delete Faith, because Faith is kinda the ability to delete Compulsion…
*Faith has been fucking deleted, GOODBYE*
*Kris has a sequence of Faith wings in the background shifting into the totality symbol and is like wwwwhat just happened*
- If Arkturuse is the boss of Affect and largely that means emotion, and Arca is the zetaligned “dark” version of that, she is probably about, like, mood and atmosphere
- Probably Lance has special significance to Arca
What if the bosses were literally just sometimes their male form and sometimes their female form, at basically random (which is the way I started setting up the Markov bot to be without thinking). I dunno how the members would not NOTICE that though? and not be like oh Arkturuse is going to be Arca now everyone can relax,
…Ssivyin’s name should really be pronounced “shivyin” rather than “sivyin” with the way I’ve been doing phonics in all the Aeterna state names
I’m gonna go with the excuse that they’re from that one weird Aeterna state where doubled consonants aren’t pronounced like that.
First pic: man, I love it when I put completely unrelated things on the same page but they look like they might maybe be related and it looks like some kind of completely surreal story.
The “French Eridan” narration was one thing from an attempt to illustrate a conversation I had with Cleverbot about its version of Homestuck, the fishy things below it were a brainstorm of a new idea I had for Tyrian and the mechanics of how its Chayavana worked (in short, that Chayavana had taijitu-like swirling combos of darkness and light inside that represented the two sides of their personality and…