>>96663883>When has she ever not done this?
uhhh>And isn't Star a little bit more responsible nowadays>>96663876>I feel like it’s gonna be Marco with the bad ideas now
Star should know better than anyone that having moments of immaturity or making mistakes sometimes doesn't mean you shouldn't be trusted or be heard out. And the oath she offered Marco named him as her "most trusted confidant and advisor."
Star has become more mature but all of her conflict with her mother recently (and repeatedly being proven right against her mother, with the whole Toffee situation and Glossarcyk's reappearance) demonstrates that she's definitely vulnerable to the classic teenage maturity trap of "I've grown as a person and I know it, meaning I know better than everyone else, ever."
She's gone from being spastic and walking over people in a childish, "sorry-didn't-see-you-there" way to being aware of her power and authority and being increasingly willing to use it, like assaulting Lavabo and threatening him at wandpoint for just doing his job, and less seriously forcing Eclipsa's guards to step aside, not even waiting for them to unlock the door before becoming frustrated and doing it herself with her magic.
Marco is a dork out of his element, but he also an outsider's perspective and definitely still genuinely worries for Star's well-being, and he should be able to see better than anyone how she's changed since he left.
I don't trust that Star will live up to her words if she believes what she's doing is the right thing, like say, pushing for monster equality without compromise and disregarding the obvious slew of problems it will cause or Eclipsa's possible ulterior motives in all of this.