Cosplayer, Roleplayer, Slytherin, Sleep Technologist. Fan of all things Harry Potter, Fire Emblem, Teen Wolf, and Sherlock. Avid comic reader, energetic convention goer, sometimes-writer, and fun music listener.
Hahaha, I did it to Sakuracon!
My roommate and a few friends and I are doing a gigantic FE:A cosplay group to PAX Prime, too. I’m really excited!
Aw, thank you so much! Well, in the game, the capes are pretty heavy looking, but they swish around like they’re made of air. :C I decided I wanted more ‘swishy’ than heavy, so I made the cape out of a very thin, lightweight material… aka an old sheet, haha.
Let me know if you need anymore help or have any other questions! :o I’m happy to help. :)
In the lab without internet all night. drags hands down face well
at least i have something SUPER TIME CONSUMING to work on
The Argents aren’t a family, but a secret society.
I LIKE THIS THEORY A LOT.
Mainly because the whole “our women are trained to be leaders” thing doesn’t make sense if Argent is actually a family name. Even if the women as leaders is an ideological thing that’s only given lip service and not actually practiced by anyone but Chris, they should at least be making an effort to pretend they have the infrastructure to carry it out.
Because if it is a family name rather than a secret society identification method, then the following two points must be true (and they make no sense if the Argents are really led by women).
Chris got the name from Gerard, which implies that Victoria married into it (i.e. Victoria was not an Argent and therefore didn’t undergo Argent training until she married). This would be the case for basically all women who are married to men from the Argent family, which means none of the women who married into the family would have had any werewolf-fighting/leadership training until they were (probably) in their twenties.
Also, women born with the name Argent (like Kate and Allison) would (probably) lose the name when they marry, removing them from the Argent clan despite the fact that these are the women who have been trained since birth to be leaders in the hunting lifestyle (with their knowledge or not - such as Allison’s archery and gymnastics lessons).
YES you explained it with a lot more sense than I could (then again, I typed this up at four in the morning, haha). That’s one of the things that’s been bothering me about the family a lot- people marrying into the family (male or female, we’d still have the ‘no training’ issue if Kate, for example, married a guy), and women marrying out of it.
Secret badass society/cult/whatever type thing explains both the random reinforcements that nobody cares about (most of whom look noooothing like any of the Argents we know) and the marriage issue.
There’s always that one fictional character that you have such a complicated relationship with because you love them but you also know that if they were real you’d punch them in the face at least once a day