678 Dominant Traits

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JillyFoo
14th Aug 2015, 12:22 AM

Saturno, Venus and Alphas' rooms are upstairs. It's nice to add that little detail that he's got to go down to see everyone. I admit I'm not consistent with the stair design. I used gold watercolor paint for the stairs this page. OOOo gold fun new paint...

EDIT Reply to everyone: I love it that I can convey so many character theories with out words. :3

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Sanctaphrax
14th Aug 2015, 2:30 AM

Does Alpha think she went too far? She looks regretful...

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LuckyTiamat
14th Aug 2015, 2:53 AM

No, I think she realized that our stupid little baby was crying >:3

No one else seems to be able to cry, as it is a mostly human function. Alpha, who strives to be human, doesn't even have a head, let alone the ability to cry. She is either excited, afraid or frustrated at herself for almost killing the most human demon we have. Killing him could be a major setback, and we can't have that now can we!

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Guest
14th Aug 2015, 3:02 AM

Your theory does make sense...

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Rater202
14th Aug 2015, 8:01 PM

Alternatively, she realized that casually murdering someone whose only crime is a moment of being a pissed off, frustrated, emotional teenager, ran off, then regretted it and came back, is not a very human thing to do

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Yin
15th Aug 2015, 7:36 AM

There could be a lot of reasons for flinching.

1) She damaged a very good mimickry of a human. It's like breaking a brand-new phone.

2) She temporarily regressed toward her more primal instincts. Instead of thinking through a form of punishment, her passion resulted in going straight to "eat his face." This could throw her for a loop as she tries to figure out if anything else she's done up to this point has been done out of instinct.

3) Perhaps she's always wanted that really well-sculpted head of his, but desired to create it for herself. She absent-mindedly began the process of incorporating his face and halted further action.

Long story short: she's probably suffering an internal struggle of some kind.

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Shosher
14th Aug 2015, 6:15 AM

It's always... unsettling when a headless entity starts to feel some sort of emotion.
Like... how is it expressed?

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Dakota Zaraki
14th Aug 2015, 10:01 PM

With body language.

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DocMesa
14th Aug 2015, 5:16 PM

I'd say she looks frightened. Not of Grey but her own anger, I think.

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EEN
17th Aug 2015, 2:24 PM

I support the tear theory.

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