Seeking for the Divine Move
Core 'Shroom Staff
Retired Wiki Staff
Everyone who found the player planets pretty so far, welcome to the Land of Meat and Gold.
Hmmm, interesting. And now that you've laid it out, I can totally see it! Although, I actually think of Maid as more of the passive counterpart to Knight, since protection and maintaining are still in the same realm - but that still works for what you said, since I don't view myself as active enough to be a Knight: I much prefer the support role, leading from the sides (hell, that even works with the wiki, since I write policy pages but don't tend to go around making sweeping changes, but mostly maintenance work or strategic rewrites - cleanup work also befitting of a Maid, come to think of it, lol).Gabumon said:Actually, if I had to make some sort of guess, I'd probably say something like...
Maid of Light
Light as an aspect deals with fortune, but also knowledge and the sharing of said knowledge with others (i.e. enlightening them). Rose is all about knowing and understanding things thoroughly, Aranea was all about telling people about things she knew, Vriska used to be about thinking she knew everything better than everyone else, etc.
There's no canonical explanation on what exactly the Maid class does, but from Aradia's actions it can be deducted that it is about mending and maintaining things through the use of the aspect, or maybe even the aspect itself. Aradia goes through time to keep the alpha timeline stable and working. Jane, as the Maid of Life, can resurrect others, which can also be seen as a form of mending, i.e. restoring their broken life. On a lesser scale, Porrim, the Maid of Space, "fixes" her dancestor's confidence in her ability to restore their extinct race.
So in essence, I think a title that parses as something like "Maintainer/Mender of Knowledge" would befit you, seeing how you keep the wiki organized and that.
Alternatively, I could also see you as a Knight of Light. Lots of different classes might work actually, but I think the Light aspect resonates particularly well with you.
Yes, yes I am. Also, BREAD BLOCKSSSSSSSS I'm upset they're still not a thing in Minecraft. But daaaamn Edo LOBAS looks cool and what could I pawsibly be up to with that tnt... I've not stopped hugging creepers, you know.DragonFreak said:
I see statements like these a lot lately, that imply there is some sort of official grid that all the classes go into, sorted by how active/passive they are. But I couldn't figure out what it's about.Walkazo said:but the most active is supposed to be female-only;
Yeah, Prince/Bard and Thief/Rogue (and Lord/Muse) are the only confirmed ones, but everything else is definitely mix-n-match-able...Gabumon said:The problem I'm having is that multiple class pairs appear plausible to me. Like, I used to think that Witch and Sylph are a pair (supported by how Kanaya once compared those two classes), but over the course of today I began thinking that Sylph and Maid could also be a pair.
As for the active/passiveness, you could say that a Maid heals her aspect, whereas a Sylph allows their aspect to heal others, making the latter passive.
Maid and Knight is also a valid pairing if you interpret the Knight as a protector class, like you said.
Mostly this one Twitter post by Hussie: https://twitter.com/andrewhussie/status/214583655820042240Gabumon said:I see statements like these a lot lately, that imply there is some sort of official grid that all the classes go into, sorted by how active/passive they are. But I couldn't figure out what it's about.Walkazo said:but the most active is supposed to be female-only;
Where is this information from?