1.Actually it was more ‘Sun can literally eat light particles/atoms, both for nutrients and power, and then leave darkness in their path, because he ate the light in that area itself!’
2.Yeah, probably. Also, you can easily counter any weaknesses we figure out/utilize.
‘What’s that? Toa of iron you say? Ok, let’s just make my drones out of super dense plastic and/or ‘related’ now!’ Or, ‘Oh no, an EMP! Let me just upgrade the other drones to be ‘immune’ to that now!’
3.Yes, but, you can’t just use ‘suspension of disbelief’ with everything. There is always some form of ‘realism’ when that is used. Be that realism based upon our universe, or from their universe, it is always there.
A Hau user cannot suddenly can say ‘oh no, you can’t effect me with this blackhole because I’m using using mask power!’ Or, ‘look at me! I can reflect the blackhole back at you!” Because that is literally not what they do, and that is exactly what the excuse of ‘suspension of disbelief’ is actually quite commonly used for.
Luckily, you haven’t, yet, and I doubt you will, but there has been some mild pushing on that front.
Also, yes, that would’ve been nice to know, or at least know there was even a possiblity of anything like this happening.
Hell, I could have said Kelratz’s portal gun could instantly rip through dimensions, but I didn’t because I was both scared it would end the RP, and that I wanted to keep a sense of ‘realism’ to the actions instead of just the claiming I made it in one post instead of the amount I did, and that it instantly had the power to do such despite being made from scraps.
Heck, I even went so far as to IC discuss with Tarkur why it wouldn’t work right away as Nekrat made it.
IC: “Do let me remind you I wasn’t physically there so this is going from what I managed to hear and see while I was drifting in the shadows. But I can assure you, what I’ve told is most definitely close.” T.Tekan called out to Elren (@Jcton) still laying on the ground as his form seemed to shift, retaining the coloration but gradually seeming to become smaller.