The three reasons why we fight the concept of predetermined fate

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The three reasons why we fight the concept of predetermined fate

This may just be a coincidence, but I was looking at a group picture of the trolls and kids, and I realized something: There are 6 female trolls.

I also found out that the kids have their own version of above.

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There are 4 kids. The other 3 John, Rose, and Dave don't. Put it all together, and you get The post scratch kids fit the pattern as well. All of them have short hair. There's a recurring chess motif, and Vriska thinks of herself as The Chessmaster who's been manipulating the kids and trolls.

There are 12 trolls, and four kids.

The three reasons why we fight the concept of predetermined fate

How many pieces are there on one side in any given game of chess? And the Felt consists of the 15 gang members plus Doc Scratch, making another set of And Doc Scratch and Vriska play chess against each other! In the Earth sessions, the difference is years at most.

Besides, the pre-scratch kids already are excellent players.

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The only reason their session was doomed was Vriska's interference aka predestination. Other than that, they've all managed to reach God Tier within 24 hours - of all the trolls it seems that only Vriska did, then Aradia and Gamzee, but only after the end of the game proper; Dave and Jade bred the perfect frog within the same amount of time, while trolls ultimately did not do it properly at all; they initiated the Scratch and then all survived.

There was simply no reason to change anything else.

The three reasons why we fight the concept of predetermined fate

Unlike the trolls, they already were good enough. The scratch is supposed to be like a deal with the devil where the session will be reset with things changed to make the players more ready to play the game.

The post scratch troll universe had Doc Scratch making troll society into a violent society to prepare the trolls for Sburb. In the post scratch human universe The Condesce makes life harder for Jane through constant assassination attempt as well as Dirk and Roxy due to her conquering of earth making them more suited to take on the game.

The assassination attempts likely came from Alpha! A human has the same lifespan as the caste Karkat would have been, so the Condesce would just have to wait a few decades before Jane would die naturally.Redated from March I was a Christian recently enough to remember what it felt like to really believe the Creator of the universe talked to me, to really believe I would go to heaven and unbelievers would go to hell, to really believe that prayer made a difference..

It sure felt like I really believed that stuff. And other Christians tell me they really believe that stuff, too. Get an answer for 'How does the Theban Plays relate to the concept that our fate is predetermined and cannot be changed no matter how hard somebody fights against their destiny?in Oedipus Rex' and.

Transcript of Romeo and Juliet: Predetermined Fate. By: Matt Depetris Predetermined Fate Example #1 Example #3 Correlation Between Stars and Fate "From forth the fatal loins of these two foes Reason: He wants the reader to have this optimism and hope that Romeo and Juliet make the right choices.

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