This actually leads to another Tear Jerker while listening to the Alternia album. Doc Scratch's enabling turned that FLARP session into a complete clusterfuck that cost Vriska most of her friends, and she does feel guilty about it and wants them back.
And ignoring all that, there's Vriska. And remember that Rufio is the name he gave to his self-esteem. She believes in you. She will pretty much screw your life, regardless of other circumstances. Plus, all trolls have absolutely terrifying nightmares and need their beds to calm them down enough that they don't go insane.
You never thought you'd see Gamzee so sad. Not to mention Karkat with an expression that isn't pure rage. That is what makes it a Tear Jerker. And then she died.
That is what makes it a Tear Jerker. Karkat in a fit of arrogance ends up killing everyone's Custodian by setting off a program that curses him and everyone he's ever met. But "Theme" is a sad, simple piano piece, which the composer calls "Overwhelmingly bittersweet and heartfelt.
Although it's eventually fixed, it's only at the cost of having his legs chainsawed off. Good god I want to give him a hug. Whatever your adventure throws at you im sure shell tell you you can handle it.
You need to buy the album to listen to it, but it's completely worth it. This conversation and Vriska's chatlogs with Kanaya.
The notes that come with the album clear up what it's about: I have to take breaks from reading whenever he's on screen. Andrew Hussie and Toby Fox are geniuses.
And remember that Rufio is the name he gave to his self-esteem. Most of the songs are a mix of spooky and awesome synthesized tunes.
Act 5 Act 1 Terezi lives completely alone in the woods and her only companions are stuffed dragons that she hangs in LARP sessions.This is based on opinion. Please don't list it on a work's trope example list.
This is based on opinion. Please don't list it on a work's trope example list. This is based on opinion. Please don't list it on a work's trope example list.Download