Following that anon hc about Champs who can't swim: Fernando and Ash might know how to swim. However, if they fell into water, their chance of survival would be dictated mainly by how fast they could get rid of all that armour (and weapons) before sinking miserably. In addition, I now lowkey headcanon Fernando to carry a short, sharp knife with himself, so to be able to immediately cut loose all those leather straps holding his armour plates in place, in case of emergency.
Good headcanon! I like to think Ash is confident enough in her ability to not need a knife to cut herself out from armour given her long history of going face to face with people who want her dead and having a lot of… first hand experience with such issues.
So my sister, Raven, was playing Paladins. (I let her on my computer to play sometimes.) She played a couple matches, I didn’t pay any attention to it really. I hear her ask “Who’s Jenos?” Assuming someone mentioned Jenos in the lobby chat, I said “Oh, Jenos is a character coming out soon.”
My sister replies, “Yeah I have him locked.” I bolted out of my seat and ran over to the computer, she showed me that she had Jenos. I started freaking out and told her to go into the shooting range. We clicked Jenos but crashed as soon as we did.
After booting the game back up, Jenos was gone.
PALADINS DO YOU WANNA EXPLAIN WHY MY SISTER HAD JENOS??
I actually have a proper answer for this!! My favourite story trope is an old one that’s sometimes called a ‘Nekyia’ (tho that’s not technically accurate lol). The characters are transported to another world during a drastic event or near-death experience, usually without remembering how they got there. The world is identified as a limbo/afterlife or a kind of dream. Here strange things are possible, and they have to go on a symbolic journey to transform themselves or discover important information before they can return to life.
The boundary between dream and reality is blurred until by the end you can no longer tell what’s REALLY real …and you usually don’t really care. Over The Garden Wall is one of my favourite modern examples, but the oldest example is in Homer’s Odyssey when Odysseus visits the realm of the dead.
Hc that pip drogoz bk and maeve dont know how to swim and despise any map that brings them close to water in the off chance the system fails. Pips fur gets too heavy and waterlogged, drogoz is a dragon focused more on flying, bk is a literal living bomb with a flaming core, nd maeve is a streetrat who hasnt needed to learn the skill nor anyone to teach her before now
I quite like this! Pretty good reasoning too so yes, accepted! They probably need people to fish them out and they actively avoid water when they can.
I love ot when you do underswap sans so imature and stupid! Its making me laugh XD
Aw come on he is not that immature at all! He is still a cool dude with his strong will and great confidence, and is able to handle many stuffs as he is really an adult, since considering he is a version of Sans-