Personally, I found him a lot more kind as Linked Horizon than as Sound Horizon.
But he knows we Laurants can take all that he throws at us.
The clothes are more of a general idea right now, though.
I just… kinda notice that I’m getting better at the little things. Just how natural and how easy is getting the anatomy more or less right feels GOOD. Slowly: it still takes me way too much time… But not nearly the same.
The first time I saw him as “Ringabel” I just sort of laughed because it’s so… un-Revo-like to act like that.
Of course, in-character is a completely different matter.
Also I hold to the belief that Revo’s Ringabel persona is really similar to his Ido persona.
Both are blond navigator dorks that love women way too much, after all. YES, perfect fit.
I’m still working in that Roman explanation, don’t fear anon. It’s just exhausting to do.
Truth is fiction, and fiction is truth.
Humans believe only in what they want.
And if that is how they shape the world…
Then the creator shall give to fantasy a fictitious name
and assign them in place of reality.
Recite as you would excite. Dance as you would sing.
"Ordinal Number of Horizons"
So this blurb at the end of HalloYoru says, pretty blatantly, that there are one unique creator for every Horizon. Very especially for the numbered ones! Only one person, one that replaces reality with their stories.
And then we have this:
A fantasy drawn by the girl on a white canvas
A story [roman] weaved in an attic
There are a lof of proofs aside of this one between all the stories… But if you have a part saying “every horizon was created by the same character” and other saying “this horizon was created by this character”… Well, I have to wonder what need there are to argument further.
After all, there are little details in every horizon. Like El’s wondering in Elysion: ”Is this all someone’s dream?”. In other words, a fantasy created by someone else. And what does that sound as? Märchen recognises the existence of a creator behind all of it, and in Moira there are a strange comment about “like an old woman or like a little girl”. Michele was mostly a girl and, in her death, she was unusually old.
Michele is just a desperate child that grew up into a mad woman. She didn’t want to be alone, and so she created all the stories of the Horizons. She is a whimsical creator to all of them like… well, every storyteller. We are simply like that. Do we need to add that she canonly is some type of strange being?
No idea of what exactly, but she “got the devil and god in her hands” and that unusual appearence when she died isn’t also proof of her being normal, precisely.
I would elaborate, but right now I don’t feel like it AND I have to finish this analysis/explanation of Roman.