Did Arthur just absorb Sigvaldi? Cause if he didn’t, some explanation of what just happened would be nice.
Oh, wait, I see now. Arthur just used magic to change his clothes. Also, in the memories, it looks kinda like Arthur’s head was copy-pasted over Max’s. The effect is pretty obvious too. Not sure if that was intentional, so just pointing it out.
I think it genuinely was just copy pasted, you can still see the head the scene originally had in some of them. Also, they have the same expression, and just seem to be rotated at different angles at the most. I think they’ve basically become one person. He looks back in his memories of Maxwell and he basically sees his new self in those memories instead of just his brother. I think Arthur is the dominant soul still, but he certainly isn’t just him anymore.
Also, cuz I feel this is equally important, the one time Arthur is also in the flashback, his face is likewise replaced with the Arthur-Maxwell fusion.
Of course it’s intentional… I was even thinking of adding tape as if it was a shoddy hastily made edit on paper, but I figured the effect was cheesy and bad enough already as bad photoshop(lich Arthur’s face is also pasted over normal Arthur’s head as well).
It was a lot quicker than remaking those scenes with Arthur in Max’s place, which was something else I had considered. I went for the joke version… because I think it’s hilarious.
I think Arthur just changed his clothes via magic. Something more Maxwell-like to add to the confusion.
Also (gosh I’m making too many comments, sorry) We need to get a name for these guys, I mean, if Degulus already has one planned then we can just wait for that, but otherwise I feel we should nickname the two brothers now so we don’t keep calling them Arthur-Maxwell, cuz I feel calling them just Arthur or Maxwell wouldn’t be entirely accurate at this point…
Well, I don’t have a canon nickname picked out, but the file name I have for this form of Arthur is “Arthur Sin”
And “Sin form” certainly is a non-spoilery way to talk about it on TV Tropes.
hmm sin form. arthur was sloth personified, if this new person is still that then would sloth be a good name
I forgot to mention this earlier but this brings up Maxwell’s Death Count up to 4 now.
anyways, I remember hearing that the Wight Kids were baised off the four horsemen (Sam-Famine, Jeri- Pestilence, Alistar-War, and Merry-Conquest) and the older Wights off the seven deadly sins, however I can only match Sloth to Arthur and Pride to Maxwell. who are the other five(if they even exist)?
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The seven deadly sins doesn’t apply to just the older wights, but all the villains of the story. Arthur is Sloth, Max was Pride. Those are the most known ones. Bartleby is Envy. Kolt is… Lust… it’s creepy (and beyond sounding like a rapist at times, he stretches the definition to mean that he is motivated by desires for non-material things like knowledge and power) The Demon King’s speeches to Grenner were VERY Gluttony themed, but it remains to be seen if he counts as a character… but when gluttony comes into play it will be Demon based.
Wrath and Greed are more up in the air. Some of these titles has even changed hands a few times as as the comic has gone on. Azgrut was set up to be Evny but didn’t actually resent that Trevor was the one who lived by sheer luck. Maxwell was given both Wrath and Greed before I settled on Pride. Bartleby was Pride before I realized that he knows how much shit he’s full of. He doesn’t just think that elves are better than humans… he’s pissed off that they AREN’T.
By the end of the story there will be a complete sin list. That much I can promise.
I could see Dr. Santris becoming greed. . . if he ever steps into the spotlight and becomes a true big bad
& one of the plague/human combos could go bezerk and become Wrath
I doubt it. The Plague makes people run on basic instinct. Wrath on the otherhand is defined by an uncontrollable anger and/or a deep, deep hatred. This would result in the acts of violence they commit to cope and none of the characters we know don’t have the kind of anger or hatred to become the embodiment of Wrath.
You mean the songs during a fight about how angry a certain character was weren’t auditions for the job of Wraith?
This is because the anger was caused by a newly programmed basic instinct that Sally had acquired and not caused by a deeply emotional conflict. Wrath, if personified, tends to consume a person and envelops them till they just break everything around them but still causes them to suffer. It’s like a loop of hatred and pain that they would get stuck in that’s both exhilarating and terrifying at the same time that also can infect other people with dread and loathing. Wrath can cause suffering to others just as much as it can to it’s holder.
Sally still can enjoy life. She still enjoys things in her life and even if she wants revenge on Kolt, it’s something she can ultimately get over. Sally can overcome the things that has been given to her and still see that it’s still enjoyable. Sally is not miserable or suffering or causing suffering or causing suffering because she is miserable.
Also, being one of the Deadly Seven Sins requires you to be a villain in-universe. Ex-villains don’t hold their title once they’re converted to good guys.
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