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Eris, as she'd probably would get expelled or something for interfering in class.
(But realistically all of the deities would fail as none of them could cope with being told what to do by a mortal, even if they were a teacher or professor.)
Wait, if it's just weapons. Surely Jack is the best… Right?
@CompleteKeefitzTrash you're right. I agree with all of your points. I guess because it's been a while since I read the books I don't remember it all (for example, I forgot about the they/them scene) and my brain filled in the gaps.
Thank you for reminding me of these things, as because it was a lot of people's first time learning about genderfluidity it is important that it's as accurate/inclusive as possible.
I agree, I'm also genderfluid but I wanted more opinions. Alex was my favourite character and I feel like while the genderfluidity didn't describe me personally, I feel others may be more similar to Alex.
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I agree with a lot of this but not all.
As the person above said, there are more than 2 genders.
Also I feel like you don't need to want to have children and get married to be in love romantically with someone. For the kids part, if someone was, say, asexual they may not want children (this is an example). So I believe you were mainly correct, but just made a couple mistakes. So selfishly wanting pleasure isn't love, being willing to give things up and be selfless in order to better your partner is love.
Yea, I may be wrong. Nero may have had children, I just don't remember so I wanted to double check. Thanks for the replies btw, it's good to know he did.
But I'm biased cos the Magnus Chase books were my favourite.
Also (I can't remember the ship name) Sadie x Walt x Anubis because it's always good to have polyamorous representation.
I'm trying to remember, but…
Did Nero actually have children irl history?
Because I feel like he didn't so that one would be literally impossible. Or he did and I'm just dumb.
(I know you mean TOA Nero, but still…)
This is late, but I wanna say something anyway.
I like Leo's character and I feel like he could've had a lot of potential. If Leo was, for example, aro/ace he wouldn't of had the problems with Frazel nor the weird Calypso thing. His character would've worked so much better as a platonic based one, rather than a romantic based one. Also without the romance his sacrifice would've been for his friends, and that I feel is more important (as he spent a lot of time feeling left out/like a seventh wheel, this would've been real big show of platonic love) plus Calypso didn't play a huge role and was simply unnecessary. And I agree that a sacrifice is more meaningful if it actually has an impact that lasts, which Leo's didn't.
All in all, I liked Leo's character, I just think it was ruined by the inclusion of romance.
Yup, that works.
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I'd be glad to join you on a quest. I'll bring my armoury in a truck, don't worry.
Look, you may judge me. But I'll be the one laughing when they're all needed.
So, sue me. But at least I'll be ready.
Of course, I've gotta be prepared for all occasions.
Two daggers, and a light weight axe. Possibly some poison tipped darts if I can get them.
And then for longer distances, a bow and arrow or a crossbow.