>>115167801>Jasper is a tormenter that was forced to be a prisoner who learned to be a powerslav
She was not a tormenter, she was a soldier obeying rules. The worst you could say is that she's an asshole, which is hardly a crime. Lapis was not a slave, she was an engineer. >They were circling each other as two beings caught in the toxic authoritarianism of Homeworld, switching roles back and forth and making each other worse.
Homeworld had nothing to do with it, Lapis was the one that kidnapped her. HW doesn't act any fusion kidnap rules. >Jasper refused it every time until Future when she finally got exactly what she wanted
Jasper was only given a helping hand ONCE, and that was when she was already corrupting and way too late. Jasper wasn't constantly given help or aid by the heroes, she was always being antagonized by them. I'm not saying she should have been babied, but the point is she was not a hardass that constantly refused helped in the show. She was never given it.>Lapis and Jasper were both wrong, in the same way, because they were products of their situation. The only difference is Lapis chose to stop.
Lapis didn't choose to stop, she was stopped by Alexandrite. The only reason she stayed was because she had nowhere else to go. If she had, she would have returned to HW. You act like both she and Jasper had the exact same treatment, and that's not true. Steven was sympathetic towards Lapis from day one, while he hated or feared Jasper all the time. >Lapis and Jasper analogy of forest
What are you trying to say here? That Jasper is better off than Lapis? Because I don't see how Lapis destroying a forest is "better". And I don't remember her destroying any forest in future, just punching the Lapises. >Tower analogy
Nice analagoy, but the reason the goodbye was there was because the bg was already made for the movie and was a recognizable location.