vlajean:

imageyosb replied to your post: folklaureate replied to your post: WHOA WHOA WHOA…

and then orestes killed clytemnaestra because of pylades’s bodacious body that’s how i interpreted that scene anyways

sHIT i havent actually read a good deal of the oresteia including the libation bearers so i don’t really know what you’re talking about with pylades speaking but sounds like a good time all around

but omfg pylades’ bodacious body i am done

basically orestes has been trailing around like a surly ass motherfucker and pylades has been following his ass (also athena, apollo, and furies bullshit)

pylades hasnt said a single word bc orestes is being a prissy bitch and then

orestes:

what will i do, pylades? - i dread to kill my mother!

pylades:

what of the future? what of the prophet god apollo,
the delphic voice, the faith and oaths we swear?
make all mankind your enemy, not the gods.

orestes

o you win me over - good advice.

everyone who reads it comes (its the climax of libation bearers) bc holy fuck pylades has spoken finally (and thats literally it thats all he says and then hes gone for the rest of the play)

orestes 2

bitch was fucking permitted as hell

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orestes:

what will i do, pylades? - i dread to kill my mother!

pylades:

what of the future? what of the prophet god apollo,
the delphic voice, the faith and oaths we swear?
make all mankind your enemy, not the gods.

orestes

o you win me over - good advice.

fight me their bromance was legendary

legendary i whisper as i stroke pylades’ marble thighs

and as i lose all my followers

"Make all mankind your enemy, not the gods."

Pylades

that one time he spoke in the libation bearers and it was the climax of the oresteia

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