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Posted: Dec 28 2017, 02:55 PM
Offline / GREEN
Cressida "Sid" Andrews
Posted: Jan 2 2018, 05:13 PM
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Posted: Yesterday at 05:40 pm
Offline / WHITE
sid & jin
I'll be honest with you, Jin may be the worst White in the temple to see comfort from as she's still relatively new as a Priestess. She may have over a decade of knowledge (as Whites start studying at a very early age), but most of her education was spent with a sole mentor and not many other people thus she’s technically not a people person. However, it is in her duties that she comforts others and occasionally listens to confessions in the temple when she is not performing burial rites or funerals.
Jin would do her best to comfort Jin and share her pain to understand her situation but she may not be able to help her. Due to her faith, she would likely attempt to reassure Sid of her faith (no matter how small, as there may be a riff between the scientific community and the religious community) but understands that Sid may or may not have much faith after the passing of both her child and her husband. It also may be likely that Jin helped perform the burial rite/funeral for both of her family members. But anyway, Jin would be more than happy to be the person in which Sid seeks in the temple for comfort and understanding.
Posted: Yesterday at 05:47 pm
Offline / YELLOW
sid & henry
This was not necessarily a topic I had thought about during Henry’s history (or his character) but yes, it is likely he performed the operation to remove usable organs from the brain dead (if they were donors, of course). Henry may not have had much interaction with Sid during the operation but he likely would have made small talk with her before and provided her with comfort (such as their organs would help others survive – yada yada). He would also sit down with her after the operation(s) and thank her for her family’s contribution to other families (as they could have been life-saving). But of course, he would provide more comfort than anything. He would stay as long as she’d want and talk as long as she’d want too (canceling all non-necessary appointments for the rest of the day).