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This is more of a philosophical/personal approach instead of what would a character do. My question is: is the constant such a BAD place? I mean yes, you can die probably everyday, but having a group of friends living together helping you survive (and revive) does not sound bad at all. Also considering the impossibilty to age sounds really tempting for those who might be rather old (sorry Wickerbottom) This also prompts the question: what are you leaving behind? Warly's situation is rather obvious, but for those who have lost so much (Wendy, Willow) the constant may actually be a place to start over or meet with family too. Spending so much time with people also makes you bond with them, or learn from them provided people who join the constant come from different timelines (or even were born in the constant) Personally, i would stay for a long time in the constant before considering going back home... like some vacation maybe? But the idea of enjoying the constant for some time before trying to escape it constantly invades me while i play, even if it's not me the one trying not to starve lol. This is a rather different post in this forum but im really intrigued, what would you guys do?
Hello forum! This is my first post here, and I hope many more will follow. I've been lurking around this lovely forum for a while now, mainly in the Art and Lore section.One thing I've noticed a lot is that people misinterpret characters a lot. In this section I have mainly noticed Wendy portrayed as, perhaps a young girl at the age of maybe, 15-17.I think that based on how Wendy behaves and talks in-game, that she is at least 20, if not a bit older.She isn't childish or playful, she isn't violent or aggressive.I think, personally, what makes Wendy's character is how numb she is emotionally.She's morbid, a bit dull, and talks as if she's given up all hope on everything.I have to go now, but I think for a first post this'll do. What do you guys think?Is Wendy young and playful or is she a bit older and more numb, morbid, a bit disconnected, if you will?Leave your thoughts, friends.