and Armin are a very strong literary parallel to Adam and Eve, a set of characters in a heavily studied famous Bible story and a massively utilized symbol in several pieces of literature. The
implications in that are very intriguing but this is just a discussion
of the parallel, not a set of predictions or ship discourse on the matter.
[I love thinking about how history will describe Rom after the end of DS9: “Grand Nagus Rom was responsible for major reforms in Ferengi society, and was also a technological genius who made several contributions to the Alliance efforts in the Dominion War. His mother, Ishka, was a pioneering feminist activist, and his wife Leeta also contributed to Rom’s successes. His son, Nog, was the first Ferengi to join Starfleet. He also had a brother who owned a bar on an old space station.”]
Important note; I’m licensing from Greek myth, but I’m deviating
greatly and making up my own things because I am aiming to accommodate
the deity roles to suit the SnK characters. And for those wondering why
I’m using “Rivaille” instead of Levi, and “Isabella” instead of Isabel.
It’s because I wanted to romanticize the names as deities. I pretty much
know those are the incorrect spellings. I hope it doesn’t bother you
guys too much.
A/N: Raven Fay is Ariam-Jan’s OC. Because I needed a character to fill in a role so why not?