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All sounds good to me! I think the reason that Lucas and Beth split should be because of his drinking. I like the idea that they got together because Beth genuinely wanted to help him, but his unwillingness to shake his addict was what ultimately ended their relationship.Mimi wrote:@Lord:
** Vivi and Lucas seem like two peas! I imagine their split was pretty amicable and they're totally fine being in one another's presence without any strong lingering feelings (though I imagine Vivi stills loves each and every one of her exes for being part of her life). She'd definitely be inspired by his passion and love and while they were dating may have been some sort of muse for him, maybe with the two bouncing ideas back and forth between one another in fits of creativity. She'd be enamored by the idea of being in a movie, but is probably better off as a background character due to her lack of dedication (though she'd definitely create her own backstory and motive for 'Gasping Woman') As for Sierra, she's very accepting towards all people, but I feel like Sierra's cynicism would confuse her more than anything and she'd spend much of their interactions trying to get her to cheer up. It'd be sweet if Sierra was some kind've silent bodyguard for her though, trying to keep away the bad influences even if Vivi wouldn't be able to differentiate.
** I like the idea that Beth and Lucas dated. I feel like maybe his drinking would remind her of her mom and she'd try to fix him since she can't fix her mom, but would eventually tire of his dependence and move on. Maybe there's still some tension there? She wants to be able to help him, but she may have written him off and things could still be awkward between them. Or maybe he was still flirting around while they were dating? Beth isn't super jealous, but she's not one to deal with nonsense like that. Sierra and her could've been friends when they were younger and could still exchange the typical pleasantries, but I feel like life took them different ways. Beth ended up having to take care of her family and probably would consider Sierra kind've petty for going out of her way to piss hers off.
im down for All of this. yeah tbh Ivy gets big time bored when people dont react to her bullying and just stops caring. i am especially SUPER down with Vivi tryin to get Artem out of his headspace bc he def has the capacity to be down for Some Shit if you can get him to stop stressing for five minutesMimi wrote:@Fenris:
** Vivi and Dante could appreciate the beauty of humans together! She's definitely the type to bring other people into her shennanery, though, and has probably dragged him into a couple late night lake swims and such because everything is more fun with a buddy! Ivy and Vivi probably aren't even on one another's radar, Vivi likely gets a bad vibe from her and would steer clear, while Vivi's complete unabashed tendency to be completely herself regardless would make Ivy's bullying pointless because it wouldn't effect her. I could see her being tangentially friendly with Nia, but I feel like Nia would get all she needed from Vivi in just one hang out and likely wouldn't seek out her friendship. Vivi's very personable and friendly and she might try and get Artem out of his shell? He could maybe have a crush on her from afar, but I don't he'd flirt with her, so she'd be unaware of it.
** Beth would be considerate of his feelings, but would politely decline Dante. Maybe if she had time, but, she doesn't. All her sorries, though. I actually think her and Ian are a decent fit, though she'd want him to break out from under the Sports Bros thumbs. I don't think they'd be super close, but she would make sure to say hello to him and talk to him any time they saw one another!