August 19 2014, 4am
Hellfire by Sweet Poffin || Times played:675,729
#oh no #nope #nein #this was completely and utterly unnecessary #why is this #I mean #now of course I want all the rule 63ed Frollo #gaunt sharp-edged implacable Mistress of Justice #she wanted to be a martyr but Rome fell long ago—she wanted to be a mystic bride of christ but the visions never came #so instead she is this—Sophia and Justita; blind and never-stinting #her flesh mortified and her will righteous #but then #Esmerelda #dancing on the rue de la cite #the love is still terrible and twisted; the shame is still burning under Frollo’s skin however she tries to fisplace it #…but god do I want that story
It was just going to be a sketch and then my hand slipped
oh my actual god yes yes yes
It’s much more sinister and terrifying with the same female pronouns when you consider that lesbian and bisexual women have actually been burned to death by the church. It adds another chilling layer to this song.
August 19 2014, 1am
Hello :) I stumbled upon your blog recently, and I'm really fascinated by all your theories and analyses, especially that one about Teddie being a fragment of Adachi's shadow. On the subject of Adachi, I've heard he appears in Persona 4 Arena Ultimax because the Entity thing tried to recruit him, but Adachi said no so the Entity threw him in the TV, thinking he could still be a distraction to the IT. How do you think this ties in with Adachi's character and maybe development?
Thanks a lot! I appreciate the praise and am glad you’re finding enjoyment in my posts! It makes me think in structuring and expanding my stuff more…
Anyway, about Adachi, what you heard is roughly correct; The Entity and Sho did attempt to recruit him, but because he resisted “being a pawn”, he was banished into the TV world instead to, yeah… wreck some unwitting havoc, if possible. This is definitely gonna be important to the man’s character development, since it means he does not want anyone else to dictate his fate again, which is miles from the defeatist he was at his very worst. There is clearly a progression.