So your character (or characters, feel free to do more than one) have just learned that you are their God. Based on your knowledge of their characteristics and traits, how do they respond and what do you say back to them?
Do they assault or attack you for some horrific thing you let happen to them in their past (i.e. loss of a child or a horrifically abusive childhood?) or do they bow down to you and beg you to do something for them or change them or even praise you for what you’ve done for them and turned them into?
I’ll start off:
Neona Taft: You are a flawed and broken character and an utterly despicable and selfish person who believed that she could attain redemption by raising a wolf pup and finally making something in the world truly pure, innocent and free of your corruption, completely untainted by your own self-centred hatred and destructive tendencies. I would honestly be inclined to feel bad for you for all of your mother’s death when you were a girl, your suffering through your broken engagement and the loss of your child shortly after childbirth if you weren’t just such a truly fucking terrible person and a real whore of a woman who believes that everyone is a tool for sex and a means to an ends for temporary pleasure. And I didn’t kill you because I am not finished you. You’re completely right, you haven’t atoned for all your sins yet. Not yet. Get ready Neona, because you and I have a long road ahead.
Det. Jensyn: I didn’t abandon you when you were a child. When you were being shuffled around orphanages and Catholic Boy’s Homes and when the nun, Ellen was abusing you so bad that she left scars on your back, I was there with you the whole time, I caused it all…and I just didn’t bother to do anything. I didn’t bother to help in anyway, to change anything or to answer any of your prayers in the churches all those times, because you needed to become the man you were meant to be. You needed to break before you could become stronger. But I did bring Esther to you. I did give you your one lifeline and your ticket away from the life of crime and gangs in your youth. You can hate me as much as you want, but I did it all…to get you right here. And we have a MUCH longer way to go still, so I suggest you buckle up kid.