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1-25-2012 @ 4:41PM
There was nothing marysuish about Brox. He was one thing, an Orc warrior of such age and experience, that I doubt any other mortal could stand against him without magical aid. His was the fury of Hellscream, the canny of Doomhammer and the wisdom of Frostwolf, all at once in one lonely, depressed orc. He saved the world and none but us know the whole tale.Brox wasn't Mary Sue, he was a Hero.
1-25-2012 @ 5:42PM
"There was nothing marysuish about Brox. He was one thing, an Orc warrior of such age and experience, that I doubt any other mortal could stand against him without magical aid."The awesomely unbeatable old man isn't Sueish. Umm..I kid, I kid. I've read enough high fantasy to go with the idea of the burnt-out veteran facing down everything that came at him. But then he stares down the omnicidal mad god, isn't fazed by it's literal aura of death, and stabs it in the leg. Really should have ended him last seen fighting demons, and everyone unsure how long his stand lasted (or if it had ended.)
1-26-2012 @ 4:04AM
I suppose "being killed without us really knowing when or really how except... it was demons" is better than "taking a small chunk out of one of the most omnipotent beings in existence"...?
1-26-2012 @ 8:05AM
"Better" for me is usually the less ridiculous option, and stabbing Satan in the foot is pretty OTT.
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