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Comic 47 - Ultimatum

11th June 2018 in Form Gaming Party!
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kidra 11th Jun 2018, 2:00 PM edit delete
How often do villains actually follow through with their promises to spare those who cooperate? It seems like it's always "you may now kill them" "but you promised!" and then someone comes in to save the day.
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Rastaba 12th Jun 2018, 12:29 AM edit delete reply
That is an excellent question...lawful evil like that, that follows its agreements and deals, seem to be a dying breed. Possibly because it is harder to want to kill a villain who actually holds up such a bargain to leave such and such alone when doing so just creates a power vacuum/need for a different villain who probably will not follow the previous one’s example. As clearly following through doesn’t work if the team of murder hobos still killed them.
kidra 12th Jun 2018, 8:16 AM edit delete reply
I wish there were more "lawful evil" villains in media. I remember watching "Xiaolin Showdown" when I was younger and one episode the villain Chase Young agrees to spare the heroes specifically because he made an agreement to do so. That's still one of my favorite moments in any show because it just felt so different.
Rastaba 12th Jun 2018, 10:23 AM edit delete reply
Loved that show, loved Chase Young. And lawful evil types are the coolest. They strike a deal and don’t weasel out of it ‘for the lolz’ or ‘cause they’re evil’. There is a code and a decorum to such matters that must be adhered to.
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