: Clients or Slaves?
: The phrases “subservient client races” and “client races” are used in
: relation to both the Pfhor and the Jjaro, as has already been remarked.
: This is something i never really thought about until now.
: If we presume that they chose the correct word, it describes a similar but
: inverted relationship as that of master–to–slave, where the impetus
: proceeds to the slaved object. (So that you know, i refer to such things
: as slaved indicators or gages, which do not read directly from an
: instrument but from its master gage; if the master gage fails, so do the
: slaved gages.)
So the Jjarro and Pfhor are like Chara and Frisk?
I'm not sure if you mean "a slave by their own will" or "a master out of benevolence" there.