So remember during the Switch Presentation when it was first announced we saw Bowser step on Mario’s hat?
So I was watching the Mario trailer today for E3 and noticed something when they were in the “intro” level I can assume.
That looks like the gates to a cemetery right? Like a little bit, because it’s all dark, dreary, and spooky. THEN I REALIZED WHAT CAPPY’S NORMAL FORM LOOKS LIKE.
HE LOOKS LIKE A GHOST, AND THEN HE PROCEEDS TO TURN INTO MARIO’S HAT. WHICH LOOKED DESTROYED BEFOREHAND.
SO BASICALLY, MARIO WAS SO SAD HIS HAT FUCKING DIED.THAT HE WAS ABOUT TO BURY IT AT A HAT CEMETERY. CAPPY DECIDED “MAN I DON’T FIT ON YOUR HEAD, LETS JUST FIX YOUR HAT UP” AND NOW MARIO HAS A HAT BUDDY TO BEAT BOWSER’S SHIT IN.
“Tell me about a complicated man. Muse, tell me how he wandered and was lost when he had wrecked the holy town of Troy, and where he went, and who he met, the pain he suffered in the storms at sea, and how he worked to save his life and bring his men back home. He failed to keep them safe; poor fools, they ate the Sun God’s cattle, and the god kept them from home. Now goddess, child of Zeus, tell the old story for our modern times. Find the beginning.”
Helen is not of Troy
and not of Sparta.
She does not live in the towers of burning Ilium,
or the ruined palaces of once-great Greece–
No, she is found between the folds of history
over and over and over again.
Blamed and de-famed and cruelly scorned,
She is every woman who bears the burden
of the faults of men and gods.
She is all of us–
History repeating itself,
maybe to punish
maybe to teach
maybe to remind
But it does not matter–
Whatever might be the ill-taught lesson,
the shouts of the imprisoned and deprived
are forever lost in the clanging of weapons,
and forgotten women.
Sing, o goddess, the rage of Helen
–which launched not a thousand ships
but was stifled and silenced
by a war fought wrongly in her honour.
sing, o goddess, the rage of helen | by prithvi. p
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