It’s not just in our face that we say “no”. That’s like saying “no” to a job or a relationship. It’s in our heart as well. For me, that’s a really big deal.
You can really hurt yourself in a relationship or job by refusing to accept what is. Its a big difference in how to deal with people, but it gets way, way more complicated when you’re an adult.
Its not just that our heart is saying no to things, its that our head is saying yes to more. It is not a one-way street, but it is a two-way road. Its not that we cant say yes to someone or agree to something, its that we dont want to accept that we cant say yes. Its a matter of being honest about whats important to us, and whats not. Its a matter of being honest with ourselves.
We are all humans. We are all human beings. We all have opinions. We all have feelings. We all believe we know best. And we all can change. We all can learn to love. And we all can create. And we all can help each other.
In the end, we all have to reach a point where we say yes to the world, because no matter how hard we try, the world will never be the same for us.
After our friends’ deaths, Raven is left alone with her now-fearful, traumatized, and seemingly-unable-to-get-past-her-death aunt and uncle. Raven has spent the last few years in a state of constant, horrific violence, but is now being forced to confront those feelings and issues that helped propel her into a life of killing, and she is starting to question the choices she made.
In the game, Raven is a psychopathic assassin who is driven by the same desire to gain control over the lives and minds of others that drove her to her first victim, but since she is the only one that knows the location of the island where the Visionaries are located, Raven has her own reasons for wanting to find them.
Like any good killer, Raven has her own agenda, and when it comes to killing the Visionaries, that’s just what she does. She’s the only person that knows the location of the island where the Visionaries are to begin with, so she finds herself in a situation where she’s forced to track and kill the Visionaries in their own home.
Raven is a little bit like Batman, but much braver. She has no qualms about killing people she doesn’t know, and she has her own personal agenda on the matter. It seems like she’s never had a reason for wanting to kill the Visionaries, but its clear that her reasons for wanting to kill them are personal ones. She’s trying to prove to herself that she can still kick ass without having to have an identity of her own.
It’s just a bit much and I don’t know anything about it yet.