>>90765616>Does/did she know that?
Marco has never displayed romantic attraction to her, and is dating the girl of his dreams who he's crushed on for his whole life. If he wanted to get with Star, he probably would have shown some sign of it in the past year they spent pretty much all of their time together, living in the same home.
Not to mention they literally played magic truth-or-dare where the question of who likes who was asked.>She could have chosen to at least try to pursue him
She has every reason to believe that Marco's ship has sailed, and she is a decent human being who does not try to manipulate her friends' relationships for her personal benefit.>she's not a chance at love?
Marco is her best friend. He loves her as a friend, but has given zero indication that he loves her romantically.
Choosing to try to pursue a romance with him is just asking to have her heart broken and lose her best friend in the universe.>Her love isn't real?
Marco's and Jackie's isn't? Two people who are actually in a relationship and have expressed romantic feelings for each other?>instead will lie about my own emotions and manipulate them together with the person I've decided is best for them
Using her established friendship with Marco to seduce him would be exactly the kind of betrayal of trust you're describing, yet you say she should have done that.>You choose to actively push your crush together with your rival
Jackie is Star's friend too. She doesn't want her to get hurt either.>you've only got yourself to blame when it hurts to see them happy together
That's a result of her feelings, which is not a choice she made, because people have emotions and are not robots who are always capable of viewing their relationships as logical cold equations which always have a correct solution.>anons are whiteknighting so hard they're literally trying to shift this on Marco
When did I say any of this was Marco's fault?
When did I put fault on anyone?