I thought Cray was the worst villain. I don't understand his motivation for anything. He chops his own arm off to be rid of the Rune of Punishment and then years later he decided he wants it back? Why?
And his involvement in the Human Hunting thing in the game's backstory. Again, why?
Raww Le Klueze wrote:He wants the Rune back so he can see his son again through the Rune's memories.
wataru14 wrote:Raww Le Klueze wrote:He wants the Rune back so he can see his son again through the Rune's memories.
Where does the game say that? I just rewatched the Lazlo/Cray scene on Youtube and if you answer his question about the child who wants bread, Cray just says, "wonderful," laughs maniacally, and says he wants to "play with those sweet memories."
wataru14 wrote:Luca Blight - He and his mother were savaged by mercenaries and he wants to punish everyone even tangentially involved
Ranadiel wrote:I've only played S1 and S2 so far, but here's my contribution:
S1 - Gremio. It might just be the concept of a manservant is foreign to me, but I never liked Gremio. His personality seemed weak, although that could just be attributed to the fact that Gremio's role is more of a full-on servant, versus Cleo and Pahn, who are legitimate bodyguards and tend to have stronger personalities and dialogue that carries more weight and substance. The game also didn't help his case by making him a mediocre fighter who is a required party member throughout most of the game who has only one Unite attack with Pahn, who is also absent from a good part of the game and only returns around the same time Gremio exits the scene. The final nail in the coffin? His absence makes the Commander's Team in major battles weaker up until the last battle! Personally, I always felt that Gremio's death should never have happened; that he would likely have had a lot to say about Tir's evolution as a person and the leader of the rebellion. Can you imagine the scene where Tir fights Teo, except Gremio's there on the sidelines, helpless in watching the events that are unfolding? Likewise, I felt severely disappointed that of all the characters they could have chosen to resurrect, they go with the damn albatross. I was seriously hoping for Teo... have a tearful reunion, Teo joins the rebellion, maybe Tir and Teo get a father/son Unite... blah.
Also in regards to the Soul Eater, one thing I never quite understood was why it took Odessa's soul when one could argue that there was no way she and Tir could have developed a significant relationship in such a short amount of time of knowing each other. Maybe the Soul Eater isn't as discriminating when it comes to which it consumes as we give it credit for?
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