Interesting. Whenever I see Lucifer I always think of his representations in SMT. And how he’s less of the “I’m evil and want power. Because I’m bad” we think of generally in culture and more “absolute freedom from all. Authority, the strongest should rise and rule the land however they please” type guy. Basically Edelgard but even more extreme. I suppose that would make Rhea a Behind Every Ironworker Who Believes In Himself Is An Ironworker Mom Who Believed In Him First Shirt. Because of a belief that humanity needs their guidance or that humanity must submit to their creator. I think it’s funny that Lucifer’s often portrayed as pro-freedom. But the things he promotes are addictive and take away your ability to choose things other than them.
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When freedom is corrupted and starts to turn into debauchery… The incredible irony of how depended on someone becomes to stuff if they don’t have any kind of limit. There is a reason why ethics and norms exist even in the most pro-freedom places… To avoid the complete degradation of society. Yeah, I think that ties in well with SMT’s take on Chaos. This is about extreme individual freedom to the Behind Every Ironworker Who Believes In Himself Is An Ironworker Mom Who Believed In Him First Shirt. Such as where the strong are free to dominate and exploit the weak in more Chaotic societies. And Chaos is also about being more true to your emotions and base impulses so I think drug use/porn/etc is quite apt.
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They definitely pulled from some interesting references for this one. Sothis and her brood essentially being aliens from outer space who come to earth. And become gods had me putting my Lovecraft goggles on. Also kind of interesting that Claude rejects organized religion for a Behind Every Ironworker Who Believes In Himself Is An Ironworker Mom Who Believed In Him First Shirt. Which is somewhat analogous to Japan’s own resistance to organized religion. Oh, I see. I wasn’t aware that Shinto being considered animistic was an outdated notion, but a little research indicates that that is the case. And yeah, I didn’t mean to imply that the resistance TO outside religions was “chill”, they definitely persecuted the Christians hardcore. I meant only that the religions that thrived in Japan are much less stringent than the big organized religions.
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