Orchid might be more intrigued by Ent1rety's Ignis than its Dicro. Like, how the hell's he gonna react to everything? He's got a leg up on 2gnis in the mental stability department and way more connections, so would he even turn into the same person if Opine snapped the Test Reality now? Well, either way, Orchid's got a vested interest in Ignis for certain reasons, and Orchid would say they're in for a great time together.
Bastard. Absolute bastard. What the HELL. Well, that doesn't completely describe how he feels about Orchid. He's been curious about him for about as long as he's been Underking. He wants to know more about him. He's always shied away from trying to get closer to him because of his own reluctance to form bonds with others. In Orchid's case..... it's because he doesn't want his heart to get broken in the end. Needless to say, 2liv's feelings about him are complicated. Why does he even LIKE him????????? Also Orchid is probably one of the only people who knows his true infernal status.
One of the Underkings, and thus one of his direct subordinates. 2liv is easily among his favorites, considering his comparative lack of obnoxious and unpleasant traits on top of having actual good ones. Great for bullying, which is like his morning coffee.
Orchid might be the absolute worst person she's ever had the misfortune of interacting with, and that's saying something considering she knows Ignis! Which makes matters worse, because he's promising a second Ignis! Wasn't the first one bad enough?!
Orchid almost feels bad for giving her such a hard time, given that her worst nightmares are about to come true. But she's just so easy to bully, you know? He really gets why 2gnis could never help himself now.
His worst nightmare, essentially. Orchid may as well just be the physical manifestation of every feeling Dicro has ever tried to suppress and hide away, and here he comes marching in with no subtlety about his intent to uproot and destroy his life. Worse, he's hot and keeps threatening him! Please stop it's giving him complicated feelings!!!
His counterpart in this Entirety, who he has quite the bevy of feelings on. Part of him just wants to bully him, tease him, see what look he'll have on his face after an extended encounter. Part of him hates Dicro for having the objectively superior life and wants to watch him die a horrible and permanent death. Part of him wants to extend a hand, lure him into the life he lives, to have a little company and have a little fun.
Her lady, Her Unholiness. Asena was the one who opened her eyes to the truth of existence. Asena was the one who captured her in heart and mine. Pleris will remain subjugated, enslaved, utterly enraptured until the end of days and beyond, eternally in servitude to Asena's incomprehensibly vast might and superiority... and Pleris will smile through it all, pleased with the whims of fate.
She is a little gay.
There's no one, absolutely no one, not a single soul in Entirety she despises more than Ignis Phasmatis. He's been nothing but a thorn in her side since day one, interfering with her creations, laying claim to everyone and everything in the Test Reality as though he belongs there, and warping everyone's minds to desire Opine overthrown. He's such an unexpected spanner in the works that she can't help be reminded of Her, though at least She had the decency to stay out of Opine's sight and not make things personal.
At this point she's gone back to the drawing board, so many of her plans ruined by Ignis that now her priority must be figuring out how to rid herself of him before it's too late...
Black should be mindful of his place. He's been in just about every Competition there is, so of course he'd have some investment in ending it. If he'd really like to make himself useful then maybe he'd focus on helping achieve her perfect game, not poking around where he shouldn't and getting himself in trouble. Though there is something flattering about him wanting to dig up all of her, Their, and the Test Reality's secrets. It's always nice to feel compelling.
He really doesn't know much about her to be honest. All he knows is she gave him this flesh husk in exchange for him participating in all future Competitions. Despite his complete lack of knowledge, he can't help but have the vaguest feeling that something's... very off.
An offworlder she dragged into the Competition. Every death name needs some cutesy characters, right? He played his role well enough, though she wasn't fond of the whole buddying-up-with-both-Ignis-and-Larya thing.
Just because she's the lesser of two evils doesn't mean she's not evil. Seraye isn't happy about her reign even though she's no longer bound to the Test Reality. Seraye still has allies there, after all, and moreover innocent people don't deserve to suffer under god-tyrants. She might not have made much progress, but Seraye is definitely looking for some way to get Opine out of everyone's hair.
Seraye could really be something. Opine dragged her into the Test Reality because she saw potential for an interesting story, but now she sees the potential for a valuable ally. If only she weren't so callous.
Soleil wants to believe in the humanity that must exist in Opine deep down. She wishes she could just have a conversation with her, be a friend to her... but she's never managed to get an audience, and Opine isn't the type to reach out. But all of the Tested are getting serious about their hate for her, so Opine doesn't have long if she wants to redeem herself...
An important creation. Soleil grounds others, brings life, and does something interesting with the groundwork Opine has laid. So long as Soleil doesn't start straying too far into where she shouldn't like some of her allies, things will be just fine.
Fray really wishes her god were cooler, because the whole being aware of her constant retcons and rewrites and memory wipes is getting kinda freaky and the fact that she's gaining power isn't helping matters. At the same time, though, she's not so sure hanging out with Ignis to beat Opine up is the right choice either, because he's a terrible person too. Aren't there any super-powerful gods out there who're just nice?
Opine worked hard to fix her, to find a way to grant Spades' wish without obeying it. Fray's at a precarious point, she feels, where she could easily fall into or out of Opine's favor. Opine hopes she'll make the right choice. But, why wouldn't she?
Ara is a being of endless kindness... but she had witnessed firsthand how Opine has caused the Tested to suffer, how she could cause all of Entirety to suffer. Thus, she can't help but support Ignis on his quest to dethrone her...
Something within Opine buzzes when she looks at Ara, like a static in her mind. Something is wrong about her. She feels as though Ara wasn't meant to be here... but she planned this, didn't she? But why would she? Why would she make Ara and put her where she is? It's frustrating, upsetting, so she shakes her head and looks elsewhere every time.