Seriously what if Kratos at first acted the same around Anna as he did around teenage Lloyd and would awkwardly correct her since he can’t say his true feelings. Like the first time she kisses him, she finishes and Kratos, blushing and being awkward, just manages to sputter out, “…Your technique is unrefined…”
*insert matter that needs immediate attention because lives and/or the world are at stake*
Characters be on the opposite side of the world like:
It’s really cool to think that Lloyd’s a “half-breed” in his own right. I mean, Kratos is Tethe’Allan, right? And Anna is from Sylvarant. Lloyd’s the only child in 4,000 years to come from a union of both worlds. I think that’s symbolic, story-wise, on why he’s the hero in a sense. He stands for a world that has the same nature as his; unified, and in harmony.
And he’s also half-angel, so he was the actual child of an angel the whole time instead of Colette. Remember when she was the hero of the story, she was the one believed to be the child of an angel, but as soon as that was proved false the focus shifted nearly entirely to Lloyd.
But what if the opening narration of Tales of Symphonia was just Kratos telling little toddler Lloyd a bedtime story, and that’s what Lloyd was remembering/dreaming about before Raine woke him with that eraser
"In order to change the world, I must first change myself."
Remember that time the ToS novel had Harley and Genis doing the coffee scene? (And remember how the grammar is atrocious throughout the whole novel? -_-)
Oh god that scene annoyed me… And I won’t even touch on the grammar.
H-HARLEY and Genis…??? With each other or with Colette…? ô_O Huh?
With each other. It was VERY random and out of place.
… I… I don’t even get how this is supposed to work. I mean, they CAN feel, can’t they? I am so confused right now. Which of the novels is this in? @_@
I SENT YOU THE THING SORYU DID YOU GET THE THING
IT IS AN ABOMINATION AND I STILL HAVE NIGHTMARES ABOUT IT SAVE YOURSELF WHILE YOU STILL CAN
LET US BE TRAUMATISED TOGETHER
And let’s not even talk about potatoes…