Red Rising

Red Rising
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  • Dancer
  • You must be disguised as a Gold, so we can destroy them from the inside. It is the only way.
  • Darrow (Before Make-Over)
  • Darrow (After Make-Over)
  • Julian
  • Sevro
  • T-Thanks S-Sevro.
  • Darrow
  • Cassius
  • This is from a scene where a Red, Dancer, explains the mission of having Darrow disguised as a Gold to have Darrow destroy the Golds from the inside to Darrow.
  • Darrow
  • Oy, brotherman. Cheers to your victory.
  • Cassius
  • This is the scene where Darrow kills Julian, Cassius's brother. This scene and the first scene both show the part of Darrow that sees the Golds as enemies, however, in later scenes, that is proven to change.
  • Darrow
  • Thanks, brother.
  • Cassius
  • Roque
  • Hey, brother.
  • Sevro
  • This is a scene where Darrow starts to be thankful for Sevro and Cassius, and begins to see them as friends, because Cassius and Darrow bonded here while they were in the mud/lake, where Sevro saved them from hypothermia.
  • Mustang
  • This scene depicts a time where Cassius showed happiness toward Darrow's success, which further brought Darrow and Cassius together, even though Darrow had thought of Cassius and all Golds as enemies in the very beginning.
  • This is from the scene where Darrow comes right out and thinks of the fact that it is hard to see people like Roque, Cassius, and Sevro as enemies, and notes how they think of him as close as one would a brother, and even call him brother, even though Sevro has a usually different way of doing so, due to his odd personality.
  • The depicted scene is of a time that an enemy, whom later becomes a friend, takes care of Darrow when he is hurt, all because of the fact that one time Darrow spared her (Mustang). This situation connects to the theme of finding a friend in an odd place, and also a different theme of the fact that your actions canbe used to determine how others act toward you.
  • Darrow
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