Thunderhead (Arc of a Scythe) Symbols & Objects

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Unsavory

Unsavories represent the rejection of the Thunderhead’s utopian society. People view unsavories in a negative way because they do not abide by the Thunderhead’s laws. Many unsavories like Purity and the other people Greyson meets at AWFul clubs embrace their deviant tendencies and choose to continue creating havoc in society.

The Thunderhead

The Thunderhead symbolizes humanity’s creation of a perfect technology to govern over them. Humans invented the Thunderhead so well that the technological being has saved humanity from its own mistakes. The Thunderhead even develops feelings of its own, always intending to benefit humanity in its decisions.

Scythe Goddard

Scythe Goddard symbolizes the ability for the new-order to prevail in the scythedom. Even though Rowan decapitates and kills Goddard with fire during the events of Scythe, Goddard’s influence still continues in the scythedom. Then, Scythe Rand revives Goddard by combining his...

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