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03
Jun

can you analyse Mage of Space? c:

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already done!

answered 7 months ago with 5 notes
03
Jan

Once a character is in their God Tier form, do they stay like that from henceforth?

Anonymous

i don’t know if you can lose god tier, unless you die of course. but if you meant can you change your outfit, then heck yea! you can lose the dorky pajamas and wings with super cool god tier outfit changing powers.

answered 7 months ago with 0 notes
03
Jan

can you analyse thief of space?? uwu

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02
Jan

i would love you forever if you explained about these gts: seer of space, witch of heart, maid of rage, knight of doom, seer of hope, sylph of life, and rogue of mind.

Anonymous

please check the tag list for what i already did, and please don’t send so many in at once time, thanks!! seer of space, witch of heart, knight of doom, seer of hope, sylph of life, rogue of mind

answered 7 months ago with 1 note
02
Jan

What land sounds good for an Heir of Space? (besides the frog part of course c:)

land usually has a lot to do with personality, not just title alone: i really like this test, it’s what i used for my land!

answered 7 months ago with 2 notes
02
Jan

I remember seeing a name on some guy's blog, the Land Of Spires And Souls. What do you think that would be like?

Anonymous

land of spires and souls!! losas. according to the ever-correct wikipedia, a spire is “tapering conical or pyramidal structure on the top of a building, particularly a church tower.” its not like i had to look it up or anything. and souls are kind of obvious!

however, you can get really creative with this. what souls? souls of the dead consorts? souls of lost players? souls from doomed timelines? souls of monsters, or of denizens, or what? and to be honest this land fits within itself very nicely—are the souls connected to the spires? do they sit in the churches, empty and alone, or do they float around the land, whispering to those who will listen?

or, of course, you can stray from the dark nature i’m painting. why not cheerful souls? smiling souls, helpful souls? puzzles in your spire-topped buildings, souls helping you, guiding you along?

land analysis has a lot to do with what you want it to! your land is meant to challenge you, you especially! think about your personality, and how it can play off in your land.

posted 7 months ago with 1 notereblog
02
Jan

OK GUYS HERE IS THE STITCH

1) IM PROBABLY BACK????HAHAHA WOW NEW YEAR NEW ME

2) I DO NOT THINK I CAN KEEP DOING TEAM COMPATIBILITIES: okay, so here we go. although i have a lot of team compatibility messages, i don’t know if i can accurately answer them!! mostly because, well, god tiers aren’t the only things that affect a team! personality has a lot to do with it—for example, by god tier alone, i would say jade would be a very strong force in her team of four, maybe even the leader of the bunch! and while this can be debatable, you can totally see that it’s super duper more complicated than that! so yeah. sorry. i would be totally cool with doing 2-person compatibilities, though! just once it gets to more than two, things start getting funky.

3) thats it

4) IM BACK BABY

answered 10 months ago with 4 notes
06
Oct

How would a Page of Light, Knight of Rage, Heir of Heart and Rogue of Light work together as a team?

Anonymous

ahahaha guess who’s back. that’s right. it’s me. and i’m here to analyze the shit out of this.

ok so the page of light lacks luck and knowledge at first, but then goes through a massive power boost and has extreme potential in their aspect. the knight of rage protects their team using strong emotion and anger. the heir of heart becomes heart—such as, they become their own soul and are overcome by their emotions. the rogue of light steals luck and knowledge from their enemies to use and give back to their own team.

ok, so the general “leader” here seems to either be the rogue of light or the page of light. the rogue would be great at upping the odds that the team would win or at least survive their session, and the knowledge factor always comes in handy. depending on the page’s personality pre-power-up, they could be a good leader, they just might be lacking in luck or knowledge, which ofc is a little detrimental. however, once they are post-power-up, they would be a great leader, and would help to inspire knowledge in their team!

the knight of rage would be a great offensive fighter, and would use their strong feelings and “rage” to have some great attacks and such. however, they are a RAGE player, and they could always bring some animosity in the group. knights are usually for protecting people, but the knight might become hostile to anyone they see as a threat to the team as a whole.

so the heir of heart is a bit of a confusing classpect combo!! heirs are usually surrounded by/become their aspect, so the heir would be surrounded by their own soul and their emotions. this might cause them to become overly emotion or at least overly self-conscious and self-aware, which could persist until they learn to control and harness their powers! this might cause some funky stuff going on with the heir and the knight, as the knight is all about being a team player, and the heir of heart would be more about being more of an inward person instead of working as a whole with the other members of their team.

answered 1 year ago with 5 notes
05
Aug

Thief of Space maybe?

Anonymous

sure! the thief is an active class that steals their aspect for the enemy, like how vriska stole good luck from her enemies for her own benefit, and how meenah stole her friends’ lives. the space aspect has to do with the size and speed of something, such as when jade shrunk down the planets as the witch of space.

so the thief of space would be able to steal the strength and size and speed of their enemies to use for themselves. basically, they could shrink a huge imp down to nothing and crush them like a bug, or increase their own speed while making their enemy super slow. they would also be in charge of their frog-breeding as the space player!

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05
Aug

By the way, awesome blog! Thanks a bunch!

no problem, just please don’t submit things, thanks!

so a thief steals their aspect for their own use. vriska stole good fortune from her enemies to use for her own benefit, and meenah stole her friends’ lives in order to further her thoughts and ideals. the heart aspect does not have to do with romance, but instead deals with emotions and the “soul” of a person in general, basically what makes them them.

the thief of heart would steal this “soul” from their enemies to give to themselves. this could be stealing the motivation they have and basically making them soulless husks that don’t even feel like doing anything. the thief would then be able to make themselves super motivated and make themselves able to get the job done quickly and easily.