DIVA: Tales of the Holy Mountain #3
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Mon Oct 1 13:44:44 PDT 2018
On 9/29/2018 3:07 AM, deucexm wrote:
> When Shirogami fights, on the rare occasion that she lowers herself to violence,
> it is not to win. Not only that, at any rate.
> In the White God's eyes, Kurogami is above fighting; she must be kept pure, her
> hands unstained by such filthy things. And so Shirogami fights in her stead -
> when she has to. But there is a part of her that, despite how distasteful it may
> be, revels in the fight - perhaps too much.
This entire dynamic is fascinating and mythic, taking real combinations of love
and complicated mental shit and raising them up to the level of legendry.
> So it is that Shirogami collects masks, and wears them as the occasion demands;
> for the anonymity they grant is a powerful thing, and the ensuing freedom to
> immerse herself in desires most unusual - even forbidden, in some eyes - is a
> heady rush for the White God.
> Kurogami is always herself, but Shirogami, mysterious as the moon, has many
And that's just. Holy fuck. It opens up so much.
Drew "I love this series and its tone and style and I love Deuce's writing,
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