No scarier music than this:
You played me quite well, but the game is over.
My intuition will do the work of fusing the two of you back together. You and Hans are one person, and I have more than enough evidence to know now beyond a shadow of a doubt that this is true. But you didn't have to go this far to get what you wanted.
My suggestion: if you're going to go out or go down, you might as well go out as your real self. Without truth, there is no love. All you get is people liking all the masks and roles you play, but they never like you. People support whatever you're doing to support your mask, but they never support you. The real you. So you sit drowning in appreciation while remaining impoverished and loveless. It's hard for people to love what they don't know exists, especially if they think the real you is somebody else.
I won't pretend that I did better than this. I spent 5 years out of my life - the 5 most miserable years of my life - telling 4 sets of lies to 4 different groups of people. I lived my life as a revolving series of masks and personas. And yes, I've even pulled off the double account improbable identity trick back on the old Bionicle forum after I got banned. I didn't find it to be much fun, but whatever. I'm not saying what you're doing here is nearly as bad as what I did, and to some extent I respect the game. What am I saying is that I know this game and that it's not a good one to play.
The root of this is obvious: you think (or thought) that nobody will like the real you. Dude, we're all sinners saved by grace. There are no standards. I get a medal one day and I get banned the next. I might even actually like the real you, not in the toxic-admiration-hatred-like that I told Hans on chess, but normal-friend-like. And all of us are capable of giving Christian love to a real person.
And if you wanted to educate the forums about serious topics, including romance and homosexuality (!), there are easier ways to do that than driving me around the nearest bend. It doesn't seem to be something that the forum wants, either, so you're a real pro getting me to take the heat for that agenda. Not that I disagreed with it.
I vaguely recall reading that series of posts I just linked, but I remember thinking that was a joke because Levi doesn't have a Double Account tag. I also don't really follow that topic much because I'm not that deeply involved in role-play. So yeah, I felt like I was being played for a fool when I found out today.
So, as @Hans_Oddcraft might say, nobody is above the law, and as per this topic, Hans, ya breakin' the rules. I strongly suggest that you get over here and put a Double Account tag on @Levi_Orangeburst before I walk over to Iliara_Mustardtop and make a case to her about why she should do it for you.