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7-22-2010 @ 10:45PM
I personally disagree with the "not mad enough" assessment... Well, not so much disagree as feel that they should take a different approach to it as what you're thinking of. I get the feeling that Deathwings madness isn't the gibbering insane madman deal, but more the remorseless sociopath. Willing to do anything and everything to see his goals fufilled, no matter the cost.When he is winning and in control of the situation, his voice should be deep, confident, unbreaking, powerful. I keep thinking something along the lines of the late, great Orson Welles as Unicron.When things start getting away from his master plan, his insanity starts to show, manifesting in his voice as pure, unbridled rage, his innate savagery taking over his otherwise calm demeanour.
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