Cookie Fonster’s Homestuck Commentary Part 75: The Juggalo Strikes Back

Introduction

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Act 6 Act 3, Part 1 of 8 or so

Pages 4820-4840 (MSPA: 6720-6740)

Fun fact: the music in this walkaround was written for Rose’s planet, and yet it somehow works reasonably well here.

Act 6 Act 3 opens up with a walkaround game where Jane explores her planet, much like Act 4 did. As much as it established Doctor as a memorable song, the Act 4 walkaround was definitely a drag to get through. This one is very different with a more point and click style that makes it somewhat harder to miss out on anything, but requires more of you actually doing stuff and figuring it out. Or at least, it did according to my memory. Better see for myself.

This isn’t very cautious of her, actually.

Unlike in the last view of Jane’s house, her mailbox is gone once again.

When Jane enters the game, the first thing she does is jump off the balcony of her sinking house onto this platform thing. Unlike when John entered the game, she’s immediately exploring the world which is weird considering how much the alpha kids are thought of as doing nothing pretty much forever. At least this is a step in the right direction; if I remember right this whole act is one of the better parts of Act 6.

And so, the walkaround progresses through some conversations, I guess to make it feel like less of an interlude or something. This pesterlog between Jane and Calliope is pretty brief and can be summed up as the latter confusing us.

UU: hUzzah! yoU did it! ^u^ 
GG: Oh, hello. 
GG: Did what, exactly? 
UU: made it to locah! yoUr own personal planet inside the game, tailored to yoUr personal qUest. 
UU: i’ve observed yoU here before, of coUrse. bUt this is the first time i’ve contacted yoU here. 
UU: better to keep things on the Up and Up vis a vis oUr mUtUal linearity, no? 
GG: Sure. 
UU: sUre? :u 
GG: Yes. Sorry. I’m still feeling a little overwhelmed by what just happened. 
GG: A giant pit seems to have swollen my house whole! My dad is missing too. I think I should try to find him as soon as possible. 

It’s a pretty blatant parallel that both John and Jane entered the game with their father disappearing. But in this case it’s weird seeing her suddenly conclude that after having had no time to explore her house.

UU: pardon my grUmpy demeanoUr. i jUst had a nap and did not sleep well. 
GG: Ha ha, you call this grumpy? 
UU: wasn’t i being? :u 
GG: Not exactly! 
UU: well good! i do my best. 

Rule number 1 of rereading Homestuck*: never underestimate how similar Calliope is to Jade. Jade was all about inexplicable weird nonsense, and now Calliope says she was being grumpy for no discernible reason.

* Actually rule number 2 behind probably something about Vriska.

UU: really, as if my dreadfUl nap were not bad enoUgh, i woke Up to find my coplayer has made a terrible mess in here. 
UU: bUt the good news is he has at least agreed to play with me once and for all. some people make nothing easy. 

Knowing Caliborn there’s no way that’s exactly what he said. He probably just said he’d play the game and misled her accordingly.

GG: That’s good. 
GG: But wait… 
GG: I thought you said you’ve never met him? 
UU: Um. 
UU: i haven’t! 
UU: not in person. 
GG: Then how did he make a mess in there? 
GG: Did he break into your room while you were asleep? 
UU: oh, yes, well, hmm. 
UU: the thing with that is this. 
UU: the thing with that is that we shoUld talk aboUt something else! 

If there’s anything that’s super blatantly meant to entice readers with a weird mystery, its this exchange right here. It’s kind of hilarious the way Calliope is saying such conflicting stuff for the sole narrative purpose of hinting at stuff and confusing people. But I’m sure at least some people at this point pick up on the clues that they share a body. In fact that becomes super blatant later on to the point of the confirmation being completely lampshaded.

UU: what do yoU think of the place by the by? 
GG: Uh… 
UU: yoUr new home! 
GG: Oh. 
GG: It’s rather desolate. Pretty eerie, actually. 
GG: I haven’t run into anyone at all. I think I might be alone here? 
UU: yes isn’t it great? 
GG: The balloons are nice, I suppose. 
UU: reminds me mUch of home. so peacefUl, so mUch space to yoUrself and time to think. 
UU: yoU’re so lUcky. i can’t wait to get to my planet! 
GG: Yes. But what about your brother? 
UU: right, that. 
UU: aboUt that. 
UU: got to rUn! Ta, kisses, all that stUff!!! u3u 
GG: Hey! 

It seems like Calliope actually likes the idea of a lonely desolate planet, which is interesting considering how in the late comic her happy ending is living in a social world and all that. Knowing what’s happened with the credits I’d say her character after she stops being a mystery character is handled pretty strangely. There’s more stuff I’d like to say about that but now’s probably not the time.

I love how it’s revealed through dramatic irony that Jane entered a “dead” world instead of an alive one.

Also, from here on out I guess I’ll explore the game, consulting the walkthrough as necessary and only commenting on whatever strikes me.

Hey wait a minute, isn’t that the colorful plants Jane would later fill her planet with when she becomes a trickster?

TG: jcrocks 
TG: urgent cornespondence 4 profeffor bffsy over 
GG: Roxy! 
GG: You won’t believe where I am right now. 
TG: betch u i will 
GG: Ok, maybe you will. 
GG: But I’m in the game finally! It’s considerably more outlandish than I was expecting. 
TG: what were u spectin 
TG: for mangic not 2 be real or something 
TG: lol what a dope 
GG: No, I was thinking… 
GG: Well, I don’t know. Something more like… 

Amusingly, Jane says she was surprised by the world she entered, but admits she wasn’t sure what she expected. I bet readers at this point had the same effect; I wouldn’t bet theories about what Jane’s planet would be like were the most enticing thing going on in readers’ heads, especially after Hussie’s self insert died leading to some potential narrative weirdness.

TG: wow k shoosh 
TG: jane i actuatly dont have any time 
TG: i have literally like 1 minute 
TG: i only wanted to ask one thing 
TG: did you talk to jake 
TG: about u know 
TG: do i even NEED to wonk?? 
GG: THAT’S why you’re contacting me??? 
TG: ys 
TG: hry 
GG: Roxy, please, I don’t think you understand. 
GG: There are MYSTERIES here. 
GG: REAL MYSTERIES AND PUZZLES TO SOLVE. 

At long last, Jane finally lampshades all the romance drama nonsense, which makes sense considering how much of a change of pace it was seeing John not give a shit about any of that. In a weird way, this is almost a return to old days too with Roxy being back once again to having the weirdest priorities.

TG: thas cool so howd it go with jake 
GG: Groan. 
TG: did doc crock prantice her love medizine on THE ENGLISH PATIENT 😉 <3<3,4 
GG: Hardly. 
GG: If you really want to know, I completely blew it with him forever. Satisfied? 
TG: aw wahat that FUCK 
GG: He asked me if I liked him, and in the heat of the moment I panicked and said no. 
GG: And then he went on this whole thing about Dirk, and… 
GG: That’s that. 
GG: Can we drop it now? 
TG: uuuuuuuuuuuuuururreggghhgh 
TG: jane this is totals the shittiest love report i ever heard 
GG: It’s not a “love report!” Will you stop it? 

Jane is clearly sick to death of all this romance nonsense, and I can’t blame her at all. The story has gotten to the point now where it’s taking a bit of a breather from that stuff. Actually it’s been doing that since John’s little spiel not long ago.

TG: jane im pissed 
TG: i am so pipsed about this i want to just go there and smack ur ass 
TG: u HAD him and oh jane siiiign 
TG: the ONLY reason i got 2 cut short on ripping you a new one ofer this debacle is the fact that everything is literally on fire right now 
GG: What? There’s a fire? 
TG: no jane theres a fire when youg go camping and pack marshmalmows while smiling like an asshole 
TG: the whole neighborhoof is burning down 
TG: by which i mean lilerally every single fuckin builbing 
TG: gtg 

Oh hey let’s randomly drop some weird ominous stuff at the end of a conversation again. It’s kind of funny how Roxy is just blurting out weird stuff where one can only guess what happened and not having time to elaborate.

Also, I must say these interactive game pesterlogs haven’t been very long.

I knew this emotional moment hidden in this walkaround existed for quite a while but I never actually found this point until now. It’s clear that Jane is annoyed by dwelling on this romance nonsense, but at the same time is in love with Jake for some reason. I can’t help but see it as a deconstruction of this whole thing.

Not shown: the first appearance of Roxy’s aspect symbol.

These are indeed the acronyms of the alpha kids’ planets, but they aren’t actually in the order they enter the game. What actually happens is: first Jane entered the game, then she returned to Earth, then all four entered again in Jake’s old house. This doesn’t even match with the server order either. The order in which the kids’ houses enter the game is almost right, but Dirk’s entered before Roxy’s did.

If anything this prophecy appears to be a red herring prophecy, written by one of the consorts either out of misremembering or lies of omission. There’s more stuff like that elsewhere in the game.

Fandom jabs are always welcome in this comic. In this case I think it’s a reference to my (thankfully) minimal knowledge of how fans portray the deeper aspects of troll anatomy—aspects that we will never know for sure because Hussie doesn’t actually care about that stuff.

Due to their brevity, these in-game pesterlogs blend with the video game interface pretty well.

GT: Headed into the ruins now to seal the deal with this rabbit malarkey finally. Then i can join you!
GT: Not a moment too soon probably. I think this volcano is about to blow?
GT: Its making me mighty nervous im not going to lie.
GT: The grounds been shaking and everything.
GT: Wup!
GT: There it goes again aw frig this is a big one.
GT: Ohhhh shit.
golgothasTerror’s [GT] skull helmet computer ceased operating due to a severe blow to the head. 

I think this is the last pesterlog in this walkaround game. And it’s official: every pesterlog here is some kind of vague hinting at stuff the others have been up to without us getting to see that. And two of them involve things catching fire.

Amidst a whole bunch of puzzle stuff I’ve decided to mostly skip over in this post, with the help of Lil’ Seb Jane makes a mausoleum appear from the ground and man, talk about some unexpected callbacks right there. Well it’s mostly a thing that never stopped being a thing or anything but whatever.

Can’t forget about the Problem Sleuth callback stuff going on there.

The walkaround concludes with Jane inserting three skulls into the puzzle thing, opening the door with her aspect symbol. Unlike others, this walkaround wasn’t really a drag to go through at all—just some quick pesterlogs to read, and puzzle solving that’s quick to do with the walkthrough in handy. It also makes for some pretty nice interactive worldbuilding, introducing the mythos of a whole different kind of session from what we’ve experienced prior.

These two walkaround games have both used random old songs for a new purpose.
This one is a recurring motif in the Homestuck soundtrack that ended up being used on its own for this planet, weirdly enough.

The second part of this walkaround opens up with another pesterlog so I guess I’ll go ahead with that.

TT: Looks like you’re getting the hang of these puzzles.
TT: Nice work.
GG: Thank you!
GG: That last skull was a doozy, to be honest.
TT: Yeah, I guess. If you have a human brain, sure.
TT: Personally, I’ve already solved all conceivable skull puzzles for all possible skull states, which is a thing that’s like, no big deal for me?
GG: Har har. 

Immediately we’re bombarded with Dirk’s responder doing his smug robot shtick, even more so than ever before. This effect isn’t as strong as with the beta kids but it’s definitely there.

Also hearing from Jane again doesn’t really bombard us with anything in particular but whatever.

GG: Hey, I thought you couldn’t see me once I left the house?
TT: I can’t. Not through the server’s viewport.
TT: But I can still monitor your progress through Lil Sebastian.
TT: He and I are linked the hell up cyberwise. We are so tight. Tight like you wouldn’t believe.

Suddenly Dirk’s responder is all about controlling Lil’ Seb, not Dirk himself. Just through this conversation, if you read it hard enough this guy is really driving up his “superior artificial intelligence” thing.

GG: Oh yeah?
TT: It’s like he is the Incredible Hulk’s pants, and I am his monstrous package yearning to bust loose.
GG: Blehhhh, why??
TT: Jane.
TT: It seems there is a way bigger than average probability that you do not want to discuss Bruce Banner’s megalithic gamma schlong.
GG: That figure would be sitting pretty at one hundred percent.
TT: Holy shit!
TT: Some of my circuits exploded. That number was intense to robo-consider.
GG: Ok, let’s stop talking about stupid things for a minute. What a completely absurd environment for our typical blithering discourse. 

Somehow I forgot for a second that characters talking about useless nonsense was a thing. However, it very much is. Even in walkaround games, I guess the comic puts its own spin on in-game conversations by putting in the comic’s typical discussions on stupid things.

GG: I am hot on the prowl for more clues about this strange and mysterious land! 
TT: Ha ha. 
GG: What? 
TT: I don’t know. 
TT: Just, ha ha to that. 
GG: Anyway, I think I’m getting closer to finding where my house went. 
GG: Then I can reunite with dad, and together we can sleuth this great big pickle of a planet! 
TT: Well, the good news is your house should be just ahead, if you keep following the trail. 
GG: Yes, I knew it! 
TT: The bad news is your dad’s not there anymore. 
GG: Oh no! 

If this conversation happened before Jane’s conversation with Calliope when she said her dad was missing, then all this would’ve made so much more sense. But with this continuity error in place, it’s super obvious from the start that Hussie decided to call back to the subplot of John looking for his father. The weird thing is, in neither case does the dad subplot get a happy ending. In Jane’s case, the happy ending was taken by John for some reason, almost as if the comic deliberately forgets she exists. But we’re not quite at that stage yet.

TT: I guess he got antsy and left to explore. Maybe he’s looking for you? 
TT: I tried to block him from leaving with some furniture, but the dude was having none of it. 
GG: Golly, why did he have to leave?? 
GG: This really complicates matters. I hope he doesn’t get lost. 

In John’s case, Dad disappearing was at first a mystery but it was made clear that his dad was just taken away and imprisoned by imps. But in Jane’s case, it appears that they split paths simply through Jane committing a fateful act of impulse. At least looking for him is very much the first thing on her mind I guess?

And so, Jane has to solve some more puzzles to bring her house back to the surface. There’s no walkthrough here, but given that the seed pod sinking doesn’t let her get there, at some point you’ll figure out that you need to bring her house up again instead of down. At least I did it, and proceeded to immediately forget how I pulled it off.

At long last, a reference to Bard Quest makes its way into the comic.

Jane returns to her home and readers immediately think, oh my god what the fuck is Gamzee doing there and why is he a god tier now? Readers getting to this point tend to latch on to the idea that everything Gamzee does from here on out is pure whimsical nonsense. Now this right here is a point I partially disagree with.

As for Gamzee suddenly being here, disregarding any of his other weirdnesses, the answer to that is literally right next to him: it’s Aradia’s time travel music box things, and it was already established long ago that the trolls’ possessions were littered throughout the meteor. If anything that doesn’t have to do with ships makes me think the comic’s fanbase is ridiculous, it’s this right here. People have continuously come up with crazy theories about how Gamzee got there despite the answer being immediately explicit.

Now for the more complicated part: Gamzee wearing a god tier outfit. Unlike with the time travel devices, it’s not clear yet what’s up with that, and it actually is meant to invite wacky theories. While many mysteries about Gamzee remain unanswered, this one has a surprisingly mundane answer: it’s actually just a fake god tier outfit. Even how he got that outfit isn’t totally clear, but I still like how the comic resorts to the most disappointing answer that makes the slightest bit of sense.

Epilogues PTSD intensifies.

Narration dialogue weirdness didn’t stop being a thing or anything.

The theme of Gamzee consisting entirely of weird clown nonsense kicks off for REAL right here, when he doesn’t even come close to explaining anything, or even saying anything for that matter. And Jane is quick to realize as much upon examining his outfit.

Through narration Gamzee actually gets quite a bit of dialogue with his weird clown grammar and all that.

BRONZE POTION – 420 BOONDOLLARS

The clown says one sip of this potion will cause you to lose the use of your legs. HOWEVER, you will become an EXCELLENT kisser. A trade that is more than motherfuckin fair, he says. Personally, you think someone would have to be suicidal to drink that heinous brown liquid.

Immediately this game goes to nightmare land, with Gamzee making some freaky references to his bizarre infatuation with Tavros and all that. For once the comic is being legitimately freaky as fuck.

… or at least, that’s what I thought at first in this re-read. But as I progress through the potions suddenly I can’t stop laughing at the absurdity of all these potions and what Gamzee says about them. The comic has outdone itself in sheer black comedy yet again; it helps that many of these potions were the blood of the more one-note characters among the trolls. Some notable examples:

VIOLET POTION – 420 BOONDOLLARS 

This potion is to be imbibed by anyone who wants to exhibit unabated lust for all he or she encounters, as well as to behave like more of a douche bag. You wonder why anyone would want that. He gives you a sly wink, and says nothing more. You say no thanks. But he asks you if you want to buy it anyway.

Even after all those trolls are killed off, the comic keeps on making fun of their ways. I know Eridan is dead and all but I got the feeling the late comic still parodies him quite a bit, then I remembered Cronus exists. Dear god I’m going to have to go through those characters relatively soon…

OLIVE POTION – 420 BOONDOLLARS 

This gross looking pea soup elixir is touted as a powerful love potion! Just sneak a few drops into the beverage of your object of affection, and he or she will fall head over heels for you. Literally, in the event that your sweetheart-to-be is decapitated. You are very wary of this claim of course, but… you guess it couldn’t hurt to have ONE bottle on hand.

[if you click yes]

You buy 1 OLIVE POTION. Ugh, this stuff looks nasty. You are going to have to sneak it into an especially strong drink if you don’t want Jake to notice. Wait, did you say Jake? You mean of course hypothetically any person you give this to, strictly in the name of science. Uh. Yeah. This conversation is over!!!

[if you click no]

You refuse. But the clown spots the look of longing in your eye, and knows a lovestruck lady when he sees one. The kind fellow gives you 1 OLIVE POTION on the house. You blush a little and say thank you.

It’s another reference to how Jane seems to be secretly in love with Jake, presumably for reasons she can’t place. At long last, we finally truly feel bad for her in that regard. The “no” option especially culminates in a bizarre blend of dark humor, freakiness, and legitimate emotional touching.

Not shown: the potions Jane buys being a Chekhov’s gun later on for something even more ridiculous and freaky.
God I wish I didn’t remember that callback scene existed because it would’ve been funnier that way.

Next Gamzee retrieves something from the fridge and did he…

uh…

Yes I know he “randomly” appeared and stuffed dead bodies inside the fridge. But what is he even intending to accomplish with this? There is no answer whatsoever.

Gamzee basically messes up everything in the alpha kids’ session now by turning Jane’s sprite into I don’t even fucking know how to describe this thing. Already the alpha kids’ session is either going off the rails or it’s just plain void session weirdness.* And it’s not like Vriska having her hands everywhere after the retcon is much better since she is just as well carrying dead bodies too for some reason. Now I’m seriously just waiting for everyone to finally realize how messed up she is.

* I’m not assuming this is necessarily a doomed timeline just yet, not until Aranea comes in and really twists things up.

I can’t even quote this spritelog, it’s kind of just

The rest of this sentence can remain blank. This comic is weird, let’s just say that. Also I kind of talked about that scene already in the previous paragraph.

And then that thing blows up in a way that puts all the comic’s prior instances of pattern breaking to shame, even though we’re only on the first of the alpha kids. It almost seems like void sessions are designed to have the weirdest nonsense. And that holds true even after the retcon with the squared sprites and all that.

VRISKA: Tavros, this fucking sucks. 
TAVROS: wHAT, 
VRISKA: What do you mean, “wHAT,”? 
VRISKA: For starters, that completely horri8le shared 8ody resurrection 8ullshit that just happened. 
VRISKA: You were there, remem8er? That’s kind of the point! 
TAVROS: oH, yEAH, 
TAVROS: i DON’T KNOW, iT WASN’T SO BAD, 
TAVROS: i THINK MAYBE WE WERE OVERREACTING, aBOUT BEING ONE PERSON? 
VRISKA: Overreacting my ass! 
VRISKA: What a nightmare. It’s still making my ghostly skin crawl just thinking a8out it. 

Hey, it’s our first time hearing from Tavros in Act 6! And here we see him being… his usual self? With that dream bubble scene we immediately got the grand return of Vriska being a massive bitch, and now with Tavros he’s suddenly snapped back to having the most bizarre trains of thought imaginable.

TAVROS: nO, i THINK i’VE DECIDED, yOU’RE BEING UNREASONABLE, 
TAVROS: iT WAS COOL BEING ALIVE AGAIN FOR A WHILE, aS A STRANGE UNSETTLING MUTANT, 
TAVROS: iF WE DIDN’T EXPLODE OURSELF SO FAST, iT COULD HAVE BEEN AN ADVENTURE, mAYBE, 
VRISKA: Oh, sure. That’s easy for you to say. 
VRISKA: You weren’t the one getting the short end of the shared personality stick! 
VRISKA: May8e if your personality was as much an upgrade to mine as mine was to yours, I would have 8een cool with it too. 
TAVROS: yOU MIGHT BE RIGHT, 
TAVROS: aCTUALLY IT WAS PRETTY NEAT, 
VRISKA: What? 
TAVROS: gETTING TO FEEL ALL THE AMAZING SELF ESTEEM YOU GET TO FEEL, 
TAVROS: i DIDN’T REALLY KNOW WHAT IT FELT LIKE, i MOSTLY ONLY KNEW WHAT THE PRETEND KIND WAS LIKE, 
TAVROS: sO, 
TAVROS: tHANK YOU FOR LETTING ME FEEL THAT, i GUESS, 

Oh dear god not the self esteem nonsense again. Some people feel that Tavros has some kind of mythical incapability to go through actual character development, always snapping back to this usual weird ideas of logic to the point where he willfully forks over responsibility of the ghost army or whatever. While I’m not sure whether that last point really destroys his development, I will concede that Hussie does a masterful job at making his dialogue painful to read.

TAVROS: sO, 
TAVROS: aSIDE FROM BEING PARTIALLY ME, bRIEFLY, 
TAVROS: hOW HAVE YOU BEEN? 
VRISKA: Ok. Dead mostly. 
TAVROS: yES, mE TOO, 
VRISKA: Yeah. 
VRISKA: Hey, sorry a8out that 8y the way. 
TAVROS: aBOUT WHAT, 
VRISKA: A8out killing you! It wasn’t very cool of me. 
TAVROS: oH, rIGHT, 
TAVROS: i ALMOST FORGOT THAT EVEN HAPPENED, 
VRISKA: How could you forget? Haven’t you 8een pissed off at me a8out it? 
TAVROS: nO, i MEAN, iT WAS PRETTY MUCH MY FAULT, i THINK, 
TAVROS: i ATTACKED YOU WITH MY BOGUS SELF ESTEEM, aND i PAID THE ULTIMATE PRICE, 
VRISKA: No, you idiot! That’s not what happened at all. I sta88ed you through the chest 8ecause I was 8eing a huge 8itch! 
TAVROS: i MEAN, iT WAS A LONG TIME AGO, bUT THAT’S NOT REALLY HOW i REMEMBER IT, 
VRISKA: Ugh, stop 8eing so stupid. That’s so stupid! 

Nobody can agree on Vriska’s motives for anything, and it doesn’t seem like characters in the comic can either; her and Tavros arguing about that may be a reference to that.

VRISKA: And if the existential malaise wasn’t 8ad enough, now I have to 8e constantly watching out for that fucking orange guy.
TAVROS: oRANGE GUY? 
VRISKA: The orange guy! Haven’t you seen him? 
TAVROS: nO, 
VRISKA: Well, there’s an orange guy. 
TAVROS: yOU MEAN, 
TAVROS: tHE BIRD VERSION OF DAVE, 
VRISKA: No, not Davesprite! It’s just some random pointless orange guy who’s 8een hassling me for some reason. 
VRISKA: I can’t catch a 8r8k! 
VRISKA: And if that weren’t enough of a nuisance, we’ve apparently got to deal with getting yanked out of the afterlife without a moment’s notice 8y some 8ozo in a codpiece to particip8 in his grotesque 8ody fusion pranks. 
VRISKA: 8etween you and me, I’m starting to think we are getting jerked around here. You know? 
TAVROS: uHHH, 
VRISKA: Some inexplica8le forces out there are fucking with us. They are doing everything in their power to make sure that when we’re not 8eing totally humili8ted, we are staying completely irrelevant. 
VRISKA: We can’t let them toy with us, then just sweep us under the carpet like that. I’m not going to let our relevance 8e marginalized anymore, Tavros. 

Now it’s suddenly Vriska’s turn to go on about her nonsensical ideas about the forces of relevance and all that. It was almost a miracle how she was for once being the sensible one, but now she’s obsessed once again with being an important heroic story figure or something.

TAVROS: wHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO, 
VRISKA: I think it’s time to start fucking some shit up. 
TAVROS: oH, nO,,, 
VRISKA: More like oh yes! 
VRISKA: I’m sick of this shit. I’m sick of 8eing dead and useless and 8ored, and I’m not going to take it anymore. 
VRISKA: You’re with me, right? 
TAVROS: nO WAY, 
TAVROS: i LIKE BEING DEAD, 
TAVROS: i LIKE IT HOW THERE ARE NO RESPONSIBILITIES, oR PROBLEMS, uSUALLY, 
VRISKA: Tavros, that is the lamest thing I’ve ever heard you say, which is really saying something. 
TAVROS: yES, iT IS, 
VRISKA: You’ve got to quit that loser attitude and get your ass out of the sand. That’s just your low self esteem talking again. 
TAVROS: yES, i KNOW, 
VRISKA: I’m going to have to insist. 
VRISKA: You are going to join me and together we are going to fuck shit up. 
TAVROS: nO, i’M NOT, 
VRISKA: Yes, you are. 
TAVROS: nO, 
VRISKA: Yes. 
TAVROS: nO, 
VRISKA: Yes. 
TAVROS:  yES, i WILL DEFINITELY,  
TAVROS:  cOOPERATE WITH YOU WHOLE HEARTEDLY,  
TAVROS: dAMMIT, 
TAVROS: oKAY, fINE, 
VRISKA: ::::D 

And so begins Vriska’s return to the story with a subplot of her fighting for relevance against the author of her comic. The story’s going to have some serious fourth wall shit with her later on. For now I’ll just stop right here since this is right before an incredibly long dialogue scene.

That post wasn’t too long, was it? See you next time as the juggalos striking back doesn’t stop from keep happening wait never mind post delays again god dammit why is this happening

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