: If Presto could pull a high-powered rifle out of his hat, an
: even bigger problem would be finding someone among the Young
: Ones who would actually point it at Venger, take aim, and
: squeeze the trigger. We all know what happened in "The
: Dragon's Graveyard" when Hank had an opportunity to kill
: Venger . . . .
I don't know ... honestly, I've always had the funny feeling that if it had remained a fair fight, and Venger hadn't been pinned and therefore still had a legitimate chance of defending himself, Hank was mad enough that he just might have gone ahead and done it. Maybe I'm reading a little too much into it, but my interpretation was that it was abruptly going from fighting a powerful Wizard who could and would fight back with equal force, to suddenly being about to kill someone who couldn't defend himself that made Hank realize that if he went through with it, he'd end up, like he said, no better than Venger himself.
How does everyone else see it?
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