SupremeKai25 wrote: ↑
Thu Apr 22, 2021 11:32 am
Krillin1994 wrote: ↑
Thu Apr 22, 2021 11:27 am
SupremeKai25 wrote: ↑
Thu Apr 22, 2021 11:12 am
Rosé is when a God surpasses SSG, Blue is when a ningen surpasses SSG, so technically Rosé is indeed nobler and more dignified than Blue. Even the colour is more regal and elegant.
‘Royal blue’ as a colour begs to differ, and historically actually not seen anything about nobility and pink. Purple has been more typically associated with royalty in the past.
SSB doesn't look like royal blue at all, your point would have made more sense if we were talking about Vegeta's Evolved form. And even then Rose is indeed a colour much more closely associated to beauty, grace, elegance than blue.
Also this constantly using ningen comes across quite cringe at times. I get people using Japanese naming for characters or collective titles (i.e Yonkou in one piece as those are created terms) but just randomly saying ‘humans’ in Japanese in otherwise entirely English sentences just seems odd.
That's too bad I guess
Royal blue historically was a darker shade, but has come to be seen as a brighter blue in the modern day.
If you want to broadly break down blue into three areas.
Navy blue - seen to be darkest blue
Royal blue - the standard normal blue that people think of when picturing blue
Sky blue - pretty explanatory
But I wasn’t specifically saying that their transformations were royal blue, just that blue has more regal connotations than Rosé. - which I can only really say for U.K. has the war of the roses for the throne from Tudor times (on white and red roses). The Labour Party the party generally for the working class has the rose as its symbol.... quite the opposite of regal.
Love, passion, beauty are more akin to a standard rose. Which you can say for Zamasu’s indulgent self love and vanity. The fact that he thinks a world without mortals will be more beautiful and that form allows him to achieve it.
But Zamasu is more likely going for Rosé in the sense it’s pink like the alcoholic drink which is just tying more into the alcoholic naming style of modern DB. Though interestingly more so for the destroyers and their attendants who we see to be superior to the Kais. So maybe there’s also a bit of humour that he’s shifted from a creational Kai to someone destroying everything. Hence an alcohol name for the form.