feelings of role

ok ok here’s my dice theory: the dice gods hate it when percy betrays his friends, that’s why he’s been having such a bad time. meanwhile grog, who spent a lot of the time in the timeskip year just doing a lot of righteous combat in the crucible in the name of fighting for the glory of the fight and shit, is doing so well because for grog at this point a fight is a fight, no matter who his opponent is

Okay but do you realize that this shit has happened to Sana before? and that’s why her mother is so worried about her… It looks like Sana has been bullied before, in the school she went to before Nissen; since the flashing images of hate messages in the new clip was from people from that school. Honestly this explains so much of Sana’s behavior and her mother’s protectiveness over her and why she wants Sana to “have friends that are more like her”… she wanted to prevent Sana from getting bullied and hurt again.

>>>What I learned from this article:<<<

-The show writers want to explore Keith’s Galra heritage more in depth

-The paladins are going to strengthen their bonds with their lions even more

-The yellow lion is a boy 

- The red lion is very assault based, the green lion is not a very destructive being

-Character throughlines are going to be told over the course of seasons, not just in an episode or two

-The writers feel like they improved Allura’s role from the original show to the point where she wouldn’t need to be in a lion to be considered a valuable part of the team

- Lotor is going to be cooler and more motivated in VLD than in the original series

-Zarkon isn’t defeated completely

-Zarkon being out of the running is going to open up doors for other ambitious Galra to step up (not just Lotor)

I still can’t get the image of Matthew Mercer crying in a silk robe drinking port wine out of my head. I don’t think I’ll ever forget how genuinely sorry he was for how the Tary thing went down, and how much he trusts several thousand strangers to tell us about his Uncle Ted. He’s such a good person, and I hope he’s happy forever.