Terezi has a problem. It’s not the fact that she’s been
assigned to a job that she isn’t trained for and absolutely despises, or
the endless daymares that rehash how she and her friends died in the
Game, or even the way the Game suddenly ended without explanation,
leaving Alternia as if it had never happened and erasing the memories of
everyone… except her.
No, her problem is one Vriska Serket:
ten sweeps, freshly graduated, newly appointed Admiral of Her Imperious
Condescension’s Fleet, and (probably) the root of (the majority of)
Terezi’s troubles. And the nonsensical, confused palecrush is only
making things worse.
When your friend has been committing acts far past your moral boundaries and now she intends to fight an all-powerful being in the slight chance she will win however she is more likely to get everyone killed so you agree on a coin flip to decide if she should leave and as it drops it dawns upon you she will twist the fortune in her favour and that for once in your life you’re seeing more perspectives past the good and bad = black and white narrative while debating if it’d be morally right to sacrifice her life in place of the others that would live.