At what point do you think Syd started adjusting his plans to include Raven as an ally rather than an obstacle?
Like if he spends the first half of GR1 arranging things so that Kat doesn’t follow in the same path she did, at what point after Kat comes back from the bottom of the pillar does he start changing that? Did he change the plan at all?
Maybe he was always running on the assumption Kat’d end up teaming up with her eventually. Or was he just as surprised as probably everyone else was when the gravity shifter that had been terrorizing Hekseville is suddenly teaming up with the city‘s hero and now they’re basically bffs.
I’m just wondering if there was a period between the games where Syd wasn’t sure if he could trust her to have Kat’s back or not, complete with hilarious awkwardness whenever the gravity trio were in the same place. I’m guessing he figured he could at least by the time the overture/missing children case happened.
little tip: when you go to take a nap at 5:45 PM, double check and make sure your alarm is on. Triple-check, if need be.
otherwise you’re going to wake up at 10:30 PM and be panicking because you thought it was early Monday morning when you woke up but you don’t remember having Dinner sunday evening. Indeed, the entirety of sunday evening is this blank space in your memory because you slept through the entire gosh-diddly-darn thing
Me earlier today: i know my original writing goal before posting anything was 50 pages or 4 chapters, whichever came first, but i think that maybe I should make that longer. I mean, i’ve gotten used to not posting, so i could try to wait until i get to like, 30k words or maybe even 40k. Yeah.
Me now, doing a little writing while at my parents’, and noticing that I literally only have to write one more page before i’m at 50 pages: