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GS: I was despised the moment they decided to make me.
GS: The shade of the Kerian bloodline is symbolic for war, genocide and scandal.
GS: My very existence is controversy.
GS: There was a time in which that didn’t affect me.
GS: I had a man that I looked up to.
GS: A friend who tried to show me the reasons to continue forward.
GS: And a moirail who respected me despite my past.
GS: Turns out the man who I looked up to never cared for me in the first place.
GS: The friend secludes himself and doesn’t speak to me for sweeps.
GS: And the moirail finds you.
GS: And decides that he wants and needs you more than he ever needed me.
GS: You know these people just as well, do you not?
EO: I know that you likΣ to rag on girls and try to makΣ othΣrs bΣliΣvΣ thΣ samΣ thing bΣcausΣ you bΣliΣvΣ you wΣrΣ wrongΣd.
GS: Was I not?
GS: Is it not wrong for one of the few people I had to leave me because they find someone that they cared for more?
GS: I don’t explicitly blame you for his choices, and I don’t blame you for not seeing my side of the story.
GS: My distaste of your kind isn’t by virtue of me being inherently superior, like the mud slingers would want you to believe.
GS: You are only a part of it, by proxy.
GS: But what about when you are seen as the problem?
GS: Coliad spoke highly of you and your abilities, despite all of the rumors, but what about when he gets what he wants?
GS: What about when Voorat decides to retreat into the comfort of his own shadow?
GS: What about when Turkin finally decides to pull the trigger when there isn’t anybody there to watch?
EO: OccΣus and ArcjΣc wouldn’t do that to mΣ.
GS: They had no problem doing it to me.