actually, maybe ivy and echo should be the ones to encounter gideon more. gideon’s one of those who’s written more like a person, and i think he’d get along with ivy.
and he alone isn’t really great for magic shows, because how many cases are you going to focus on one specific zombie?
but he has a full design, personality, and possibly even character song, so it’d be a waste not to have more with him specifically, and ivy and echo are just the ones for him to talk with.
and the vampire sleepover might make more sense with JIM, since they’re kind of just supposed to be annoying and embarrassing.
and he really wouldn’t want to interact with any of them at all but like, they’re real vampires, he has to investigate.
and i think his seriousness would really contrast with them in a way that’s more fun and interesting than if robert was with them.wait holy shit, elliot can be the soap monster too.
it’s kinda like slime, and still gives a weird, inconvenient feeling, because your soap coming to life would just be… really awkward.
and what can you do about it? if you buy more soap then you’d probably make him feel abandoned.
so that solves the slime monster thingi wonder about the other vampire guy i created separately from the others, though.
the thing is that logically he’d work with JIM since he’s kinda got this whole thing about cleverly disguising the fact that he’s a vampire (so having that be an ivy
and echo thing wouldn’t work as well), but if i’m having JIM do the vampire sleepover, it’d be kinda repetitive.
maybe it’ll be time instead or something, i can imagine that someone who used to be a robot meeting a secret vampire would be pretty interesting.
especially considering how oblivious time would be to everything, like here’s this guy who to the audience is probably suspicious at least,
but it’s not like time knows the difference between him and any other human.
i guess next time i get stuck on how to include a monster i should just think about having it meet a different group or something, wow