The Guild reacts to genderbent versions of themselves?
Oh boy hmm, lemme see…
- Fitzgerald gets along swimmingly with his, who let’s say is named Frances (irl Fitz’s daughter’s name). They chat a lot and are just ridiculous in general and buy so many unneeded things.
- Montgomery is a bit awkward about it all, but ends up getting along with her counterpart fairly well.
- Twain is in shock and gets along great with the female him. They both go shooting and brag so much to each other.
- Melville is a bit…put off at first, but doesn’t seem too afraid to talk to her. They do eventually have a nice chat.
- Hawthorne thinks it’s some work of the devil and the other him seems to think the same thing. They don’t get along well at all.
- Mitchell is wary, but does give the other her a chance. He seems to be a gentleman, so it ends well.
- Steinbeck is so confused and wants to keep his distance. He thinks it’s some sort of trick to mess with him.
- Lovecraft has such a vague understanding of gender that it literally doesn’t at all phase him. Same with his counterpart.
- The Poes are both scared of each other and just kind of…stare for a long while. There’s no talking.
- Alcott runs from her counterpart as soon as she sees him, she wasn’t ready to see something like that.