also bero in a way i think represents the problems caused by jade? or the persisting problems in a society so controlled by jade? i can't explain it well but in the beginning, bero was an (arguably) poor teen, who didn't have much. and living in a society controlled by jade, an
object that can give you power and elevate your status, that's quite the temptation. so as a teen who had very little, he wanted that jade. and thus his long, exhausting, bloody, sinful journey to acquire jade. idk i'm lazy but his fate in jade war felt like......... a second
chance? a story of second chances? idk i lost my original thought but the first part of this thread still holds true
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