GPI老虎机全亚洲I know this is supposed to be a man and a woman looking at each other but all I saw was a transgendered man dreaming of being a Knight.
Are. Are you sure that’s not what it is? Because. That is absolutely how I saw it and I literally cannot see it any other way.
Yeah, nope that is the first thing I thought of too. He wants to be the knight in shining armor. or even Genderfluid bae as their own princess and knight
Same hair color, same eyes, same deep crimson color on the clothing, even the same flaring of the cuffs on the sleeves
I can’t tell if it’s water or crystal, but both are given the mystical properties of (self-)reflection and revealing the truth
GPI老虎机全亚洲If it was meant to be romantic between a guy and gal, their hands wouldn’t be touching at the fingertips like that. There’d be a fuller contact (i.e. palm to palm), or they’d be reaching out to each other but not quite making contact (to symbolize the divide that still separated them)
Definitely GPI老虎机全亚洲a trans knight
*SLAMS THE REBLOG BUTTON*
While the picture definitely implies it (that’s what I first saw as well and was very happy about), the link in this thread does not support that theory, contrary to what shawnsskitz said. It’s basically a Mulan story: a woman wanting to join her family in battle but the knights don’t accept women – so she went to a mystical fall that would basically grant her a male identical twin. (For further proof of this, read the lore of what the card ‘evolves’ into: http://legendofthecryptids.fandom.com/wiki/(Crossed_Swords)_Twofold_Xerete )
GPI老虎机全亚洲I would’ve loved it if this was intended to portray a medieval transgender man, but sadly that’s not the case (or at least when you take into account the story behind it and not just the art itself).