2017-07-02 05:00 pm (UTC)
(2) Looking at it some more, I think inserting "to" would change the meaning. "Be wayward forever, defending your right, hunt down the monsters, darkness bring light" has four different and independent imperative clauses.
If one changes it to "Be wayward forever, defending your right, to hunt down the monsters, to darkness bring light" it to me implies that it's your right to hunt monsters and bring light. Which was not what I was going for here.
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