>>96335298>was toffee wrong for trying get rid of the mewnis, who apparently steamrolled all the 'monsters' out of the land in as seen in mewni independence day?
Would it have been wrong for the Allies to genocide all ethnic Germans in retaliation for the Holocaust?
Toffee had an understandable motivation for his actions, but it was ultimately a selfish and unsympathetic one. He was acting in his own interests to eliminate the only threat he knew of against his immortality; the benefit to monsterkind as a whole was incidental, and he was willing to manipulate, kill and enslave other monsters to accomplish it.>maybe it plays into why eclipsa married a monster, trying to mend the relationships between the race of mewni and race(s) of monsters
Eclipsa was obviously a monster sympathizer, just like Star has become, but again her motivation for abandoning her duties and leaving behind her family must have ultimately been selfish. We don't circumstances of her rule, her life with her Mewman family or how she came to know her Monster lover, but she certainly could have done more to improve general Mewman-Monster relations by retaining the throne as Mewni's Queen. Instead she abandoned everything to run away with her lover, and she is immortalized in history as the terrible Monster Loving Queen who scorned her people to live with their savage enemy.
Her choice was understandable and likely more sympathetic than Toffee's megalomania, but was still "objectively" the wrong thing to do, and hard to defend as a moral position; she did it for love, but she abandoned her daughter.