Anything happens to my daughter, I got a .45 and a shovel, I doubt anybody would miss you.
Title: Don't (Explicit)
Album: x (Deluxe Edition)
Don’t (Explicit) - Ed Sheeran
mary corrag pointed out something wrt katsa’s and po’s graces that i really like—namely that po and katsa actually have the same grace in survival, but it just manifests itself in different ways.
paraphrasing what she said, katsa’s survival grace is completely physical: she doesn’t really feel pain or hunger or exhaustion, she’s the most skilled fighter in seven kingdoms and can read a dangerous situation as though time were slowed. but this is physical—she’s susceptible to mind-reading graces and has to work to block her thoughts like anyone else, like wrt leck. that doesn’t come easily for her.
but po’s grace fills the gaps that katsa’s doesn’t: his grace does block him off from other mind-reading graces, and it also seems sometimes like he got double the grace, with sensing ppl’s thoughts toward him and the location of things around him. but what’s the biggest use of mind-reading when it’s only in comparison to yourself? self-preservation. he’s not as physically gifted or capable as katsa, and he feels exhaustion and hunger and can’t catch fish with his bare hands, but when you can always sense when people are lying to you, when they mean to harm you and when they’re going to strike you—where the prey is so you can eat, arrows flying toward you, where a dangerous path will lead—those powers are completely, uniquely suited toward surviving. and ofc the use of his grace for survival/self-preservation becomes even stronger.
which means that katsa and po have the same grace but one that manifested in “opposite” ways: one mental, one physical, ones suited both to themselves individually, but also suited for each other.
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