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4-09-2010 @ 9:37AM
To each his own, but I've never quite understood the appeal of being the "God-like" character. I mean, where is the satisfaction is doing anything? If you're just this awesomely mighty fellow who destroys enemies weaker than him, that's kind of like being a bully. There's also no real sense of urgency, conflict or potential loss.. since of course you're not going to lose.There's a reason the heroes of Star Wars were the rebels, not the mighty Empire. Or that in Lord of the Rings they were few against many, and every battle could have easily been lost. Maybe I just love rooting for the underdog, but I think I'm not the only one.
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