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11-23-2011 @ 5:05PM
TFH here, so bear with me:This seems to be one of those cases where the concepts of "hero" and "villain" are getting extremely muddled. Both Nozdormu and Murozond may see themselves as the hero and each other as the villain. To illustrate:Why does Nozdormu keep allowing death and violence to happen, especially to the innocent? Why does Murozond wish to weaken the weaken the world through a time of peace that is only temporary before a wave of destruction washes down on us all?You see? In a way, they are both the hero and the villain. They are both in that murky grey area of morality (aka the choice between one child and a thousand adults, and neither side has done anything wrong). Maybe a conclusion to draw is that in Nozdormu;s madness that turned him into Murozond, his definition of what it means to be a hero was changed. In the Well of Eternity instance, we see an example of that change and, no matter how temporary, we help him achieve that change in one part of the timeline. Wrap your head around THAT.
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