Opinion on eternal duo? (Foolish and Eret) any headcanons or thoughts about them?
(I haven't watch a lot of lore outside c!Wilbur's madness, Phil and Quackity, so I don't really have a lot of head canons for Eret or Foolish, and the ideas are probably underdeveloped, so sorry about that)
First the shark man:
-Every time that I thought about Foolish I just think about "The birth of Venus" by Botticelli. Why? Philosophy maybe? The world of ideas of Pluto, since Foolish is a demigod, so he's not part of this world, but he's able to co-exist in this reality, it's weird.
-I remember why the world of ideas, Foolish is an idea of death. He will grow until his soul leave his body to be trapped in a new one, probably another totem of death. As Techno, but without remembering any of his past lives.
-So, all the totems of death he "adopts" are his possible new bodies. (so Foolish probably will reborn as Foolish junior, so he's nursing himself)
- As a semi god, Foolish knows the Angels of Death family, and probably meet Phil and his brother in a "work party" when they were pretty young. Probably he liked Zad more than Phil, since Zad was a songbird and being charismatic as fuck is their job, but the three keep in contact by being pen pals, until Zad was murder and the Blue massacre happen, when Phil stop sending letters and Foolish thought's he died.
-The shark man saw civilizations building enormous infrastructures and said "Maybe that will be the way to be forgiven for my sins" and just roll with it.
-He was probably born in Mesopotamia, you know, the cradle of civilitzacion.
-Foolish knows what's in the ocean, the 80% we don't know what's in there, he knows. Probably he has a house down there.
-He's linked to water, because the circle of life, you know? Like RA going in his boat.
- Foolish was/is a spiritual death god. Spiritual death gods are able to resurrect since they are able to control the soul. While body death gods, are only being able to control de mortality of the body. So Foolish is more immortal than Phil--
-I'm pretty sure Foolish has memory lose for his age and his soul starting to leave his own body. Starting to daydream, believe he's in other time.. And he is starting to realized that is happening, and terrifies the hell out of him.
Now our favorite Majesty:
(since Eret deserves all the pronouns I will use They/them)
-they don't see colors as the human eye, being able to see even more colors. This cause headaches, so they started to wear sunglasses.
-Eret is a hero, not a demi god, but a hero, a hero is a chosen by the gods, who gains power and strength by gifts or spirits, but maintain a level of mortality. For example, his memory is only able to maintain a human lifetime. (102 years, at less) reason he doesn't remeber certain things. (When I say "hero" I don't mean taking an heroic path, no, the person is chose to complete a certain role for another divinity, without knowing. His decisions and life are molde to complete that task without them even knowing.)
- Probably linked with Herobrine, but not as family, but with energy.
- They have Ukiyo-e energy. I don't know why. It just screams "Eret" to me
Hiroshi Yoshida (吉田博) (1876–1950, Japan)
-As a hero they probably hasn't met a lot of gods, but I'm pretty sure they meet demigods. Even if they doesn't remember.
I don't really have anything more. (Also, I think their dynamic is just *chef kiss*)
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