noexcusepunk wrote:aquagon wrote:
Despite the fact that:Spoiler:Shurelia owes her very life to Mir, and was the very cause of the drop of the Right Wing of Horus? Not to mention that now she feels so guilty for what she did back in Sol Ciel, that she even wanted to kill herself, and that still clashes with what was left of her hatred of humans.
Plus, if you want to blame someone for all that destruction, that would befall on the cretins that created her, for treating the Reyvateils as mere tools, and discarding all the songs Mir made, which is the ultimate insult to any Reyvateil.Spoiler:Blame someone? She had a choice, and she made it. I blame her. Others were at fault for doing wrong by her, I never said anything against that. We're talking about what she DID. She may feel "bad", but her actions, again, far outweigh her words and small contribution to repaying her debt.
Your train of logic on her behalf would mean that no blame is on her head. It's like blaming the Emperor in Final Fantasy VI for all of Kefka's actions.
You say that her actions are stronger than her words, and these actions (dropping half a floating continent vs making a continent to keep roughly 849000 people from falling into the Sea of Death AND sending off Cocona to meet Harvestasya with the very own item and knowledge they need to restore the Core of the Planet) I think that have pretty much redeemed her. So I don't think that comparing her to a fully psychotic villain that actually did destroy all the world and many more lives is fair (neither is to a mere pseudo-villain that got killed by the psycho).