thorondraco wrote: ↑
Tue Feb 04, 2020 2:06 pm
She definitely has a great design to her and i am curious where they go with her.
Some reason the idea of her getting a black crush on Joey can't get out of my mind. It would A, give Joey breathing room as the entire point of a black crush is meant to keep rivals from harming each other, and B, be entirely hilarious as Joey reacts to it.
See, personally I originally thought that there was no way she would have a black crush on Joey because she's so low on the totem pole (mutant blood and no horns) because she wouldn't be worth her time. But then I realized that Joey is going to get a lot of attention and probably be pretty beloved, somewhat like MSPA reader is. This would probably piss off Trizza, especially since Joey would obviously side with the rebellion. It would keep her safe, that's for sure.
I always assumed Trizza would kill MSPA reader, given the chance, and she probably would have done so if not for Doc Scratch's protection. Meaning, Trizza is probably going to be out for blood (quite literally) when she gets wind of Joey. The best way to keep her from dying is if Trizza is black for her. I can see it because Joey so obviously doesn't belong and is an abomination to the hemocaste system, but she would be fascinated enough with Joey that it would quickly turn into a black crush.
The hilarity of it all would be great because Xefros would probably wet himself with fear when faced with Trizza, whereas Joey would tell her in no uncertain terms how rotten she thinks Trizza is, which would add more fuel to the fire. Yeah, I can actually see this quite well. I can see the lowbloods seeing Joey as a hero because here Joey is, a hornless pink alien telling off the heiress, generally grounds for culling, and getting away with it because Trizza is seeing spades.