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It seems my internet is suffering from some kind of wasting disease. I hope it is not like this all school year, although then I would get more work done.

Farewell friends. Nothing is loading so I might as well go.

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pizzaight:

shutsman:

WHAT SPORT IS THIS?

my sport

pizzaight:

shutsman:

WHAT SPORT IS THIS?

my sport

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fatvriskaserket:

People who say that John Dave isn’t canon

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Its on the motherfucking 35th page what are you talking about

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ericvilas:

deliverusfromsburb:

That whole Skaia thing is why individuals like Aranea and Davesprite (and maybe??? alt!Callipe?) concern me because they really ought to be dead but they’re not and that means the universe wants them for something. And usually that’s nothing good.

Davesprite is wanted alive by Skaia, which is good, at least for the progression of reality. Aranea is wanted alive by LE but not Skaia (she purposefully went against Skaia’s will), which makes me a lot more worried about her “livingness state” than his.

Wait what do you mean Aranea is wanted alive by Lord English? I haven’t seen any sign of that yet. While she may be violating Skaia’s will, if this is happening in the alpha timeline, that means paradox space has factored it into its plan. (Whatever happened happened, essentially. Oh god I’ve really watched too much LOST. Homestuck kids have a little more wiggle room, but still a lot of it is built into the alpha.) In fact I’m p sure that her killing Jade, while rude and against the clock, will probably end up pretty vital to success.

And then with Davesprite yeah pspace definitely wants something from him because by all rights under pspace and SBURB law he should be dead by now. But he’s not the first person I would go to for any important task rn, and just because it’s temporally fixed doesn’t mean it’s necessarily good… 

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The only person I trust in this whole godforsaken show is Hurley.

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ericvilas:

deliverusfromsburb:

schniggles:

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ericvilas:

deliverusfromsburb:

charlesoberonn said: Skaia isn’t on the good team, it doesn’t care about good and evil, it only cares about Frogiverses reproducing, and if something threatens that, it will do all those questionable things. When LE killed the horrorterrors Skaia didn’t give a fuck

Skaia is on the good team in the sense that it is the crucible for all creative energy. Creation is better than destruction, etc etc. It has no real alignment, but for the purposes of the perpetuation of reality, it is ‘good’. Traditionally in HS the enemies tend to be forces of destruction (LE, Bec Noir, etc) and the unmaking of reality is ‘evil’. 

leviswaxedass said: can we hope that skaia accidentally starts to love the kids or something

Unfortunately Skaia does not have feelings. It’s just energy I think.

You’re the D&D expert, so what would you say is its alignment?

True neutral 

I would think Lawful neutral, since by definition it has to play by the rules.

though I’m not sure I’m not fantastic with alignments whoops

Guess it depends on whether you’re interpreting lawful as orderly/consistent or as abiding by typical human standards

Wouldn’t it be “good”, though? I mean, in the end it does want what’s best for the Frogiverse. It just doesn’t care about anything else. I’ve never been too good at alignments but I would’ve considered Chaotic Good.

Or maybe Skaia is Lawful Neutral and the horrorterrors are Chaotic Neutral.

Lawful is sometimes seen as having a sort of ethical bent, so one could argue extensively over this topic really. Law is usually less flexible, though, and since one can bargain with horrorterrors but cannot change the will of Skaia, I’d agree with the second suggestion there. 

In DnD good is often altruism or the willingness to endanger yourself even to protect others, and while Skaia may not be actively malevolent and it seeks to continue life, it also isn’t above letting things die in swathes, so I wouldn’t classify it as standard good alignment. 

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linoondles:

deliverusfromsburb:

schniggles:

deliverusfromsburb:

ericvilas:

deliverusfromsburb:

charlesoberonn said: Skaia isn’t on the good team, it doesn’t care about good and evil, it only cares about Frogiverses reproducing, and if something threatens that, it will do all those questionable things. When LE killed the horrorterrors Skaia didn’t give a fuck

Skaia is on the good team in the sense that it is the crucible for all creative energy. Creation is better than destruction, etc etc. It has no real alignment, but for the purposes of the perpetuation of reality, it is ‘good’. Traditionally in HS the enemies tend to be forces of destruction (LE, Bec Noir, etc) and the unmaking of reality is ‘evil’. 

leviswaxedass said: can we hope that skaia accidentally starts to love the kids or something

Unfortunately Skaia does not have feelings. It’s just energy I think.

You’re the D&D expert, so what would you say is its alignment?

True neutral 

I would think Lawful neutral, since by definition it has to play by the rules.

though I’m not sure I’m not fantastic with alignments whoops

Guess it depends on whether you’re interpreting lawful as orderly/consistent or as abiding by typical human standards

id say orderly/consistent, since even typical human standards vary pretty widely

By that reading then it would be lawful, but you’d have to be careful on how far you push it. You could say anyone has a method to their madness. But then again alignments are pretty vague, since most people don’t act the same way all the time. 

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Anonymous said: Do you think that one could determine someone's alignement just from their sburb title?

Nah. Personality shapes classpect rather than the other way around. While some classes might have trends (both the thieves are kinda sketchy) I don’t think you could do such a thing. For example, look at the examples of our different Princes, or our different Time players. 

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