“There is a reason. A dragon is no slave.” And Dany swept the lash down as hard as she could across the slaver’s face. Kraznys screamed and staggered back, the blood running red down his cheeks into his perfumed beard. The harpy’s fingers had torn his features half to pieces with one slash, but she did not pause to contemplate the ruin. “Drogon,” she sang out loudly, sweetly, all her fear forgotten. “Dracarys.”
Mars Atmakarakas are the forgotten ones. They have to constantly prove themselves because people constantly doubt them. They’re constantly misunderstood by being called aggressive and violent, but that’s not the case. Growing up they had a hard time making friends because they were cast-typed as weird for their huge personality. They either had to tone down their personality to fit in or they unapologetically loved themselves.
They were often ignored by people growing up which made them learn they have to raise their voices in order to be heard. Depending on what house and placement their Mars Atmakaraka is in they sometimes have to use violence to be heard. People with a Mars Atmakarakas aren’t aggressive or violent. They’re constantly push to extreme when people constantly dismiss their feelings and make them feel small. In order for people to respect their boundaries they sometimes have to act in harsh way.
People with this Atmakaraka have a hard time expressing how they feel. Sometimes they explode and regret behaving that way. They constantly learning and working on expressing how they feel in a more verbal way. Their parents had a huge impact on them. They’re usually closer to their dads. If you’re a Mars Atmakaraka that identifies as a women you grew up as a tomboy. Their parentd relationships a little rocky, because their dads played into the manly manly archetype.
Even though their dads were considered manly manly they were extremely sweet to them. If that’s not the case than their dads could have been extremely abusive and they detached themselves for them. Their childhoods really shaped their way of communication. They could have been picked on for the way their body looked. It was either about them being too skinny or too big. They sometimes struggle with their weight. They’ll eventually maintain their weight as they grow.
They tend to be extremely athletic and good at sports. It’s the perfect way for them to release stress. Even if they don’t work out as much they still have a toned or an athletic looking body. They’re usually average height people. They’re outgoing, funny, friendly, sweet, innovative, if you’re really close to them you’ll see they have a heart of gold, but due to the hardships they’ve experienced they tuck it away from society.
Some Mar Atmakarakas have a gothic fashion sense. People sometimes think that they’re scary for dressing this way, but they don’t care because that’s who they are. As they grow they don’t care about anyone’s opinion but their own as they age. They become self-assured and gain confidence. People often talk bad about them out of envy. They realize they’re the main character in their own world and the rest of us are just extras.
They’re truly beautiful people that love to share their energy with others. They always stick up for people because they know how it feels to be considered weird by others. They don’t like it when people feel they’re not good enough. That show you you’re good enough.
days, I want to sit the fandom down and gently explain that Thedas is
actually not the United States. Not only are the developers not American
and Thedas as a place and time period totally distinct from it, many
players aren’t Americans and feel no investment in the alleged
allegories for modern US issues projected onto the series - racial,
religious, or political.
It’s probably futile, but I feel
alienated from discussions that assume an American viewpoint is normal,
obvious, intentional and therefore correct.
#I know... I feel you OP #I keep repeating this but #Americans on the internet act as if they're the centre of the world #and as if other countries have the EXACT SAME social dynamics they do #it's extremely infuriating