Re: Requiem script detail
Posted by Vengerin on 6/9/2012, 11:13 pm, in reply to "Requiem script detail"
: In every D&D:tAS episode, where Venger appears, he always wants
: the weapons. In the Requiem script, he never mentions desiring
: them even once. Was he so 'hard up' for stopping the youth from
: getting to the cenotaph that he'd complete forgo getting the
: What are your thoughts on this?
I always thought that, if you analize 'Requiem', the episode is sinking in every way possible.
Venger not only doesn't desire the weapons in that... I have trouble even considering it a script >_< That's so bad it is... But also he has, supposedly, his good side entombed in a cenotaph, and like an evil force, yadda, yadda, he thinks that, if that thing is opened, he loses power and everything... And he is so dense to bet with the DM about sending the guys THERE?? A guy that showed so much brain during 24 episodes in where he showed up and suddenly he's retarded? :S
And I laughed at Sauron, Nelson from the Simpsons' style, when the Ring was destroyed >_<
And Sheila not only let his brother space but... also she separated from him?? For a trip?? A trip that could lead the team in favor of Venger out of the Realm?? For being so freakinly overprotective with him, she chose the very nick of time to be up to here with him >_<
Then it comes the thing that disturbed me the most... I could have not problem at all with Venger being DM's son... I think that is too much Star Wars and there more elegant solutions but... ok, let's say it's ok... But the thing that killed me the most was Venger like a motherfreaking human!! It's amazing how you can't be good and not-human... and of course, sure he was white too...
Man, I hate that with all my guts >_<
It's ridiculous to no end in a thing based in D&D. If something lectured me a lot about we are all the same and depends on the person and not the color (or the horns, or the pointy ears, or the fangs...) it's D&D, since I was nine years old. And then, one of the writers of the show, the same writer that played controversy to explain the viewers the virtue of forgiveness and compassion (Dragons' Graveyard), f-word us with that crap >_<
Also from the point of D&D, the idea of someone raising from good to bad just because a random my-name-is-so-ugly-I-prefer-a-cool-nickname is absurd. There are a lot of examples, just in Forgotten Realms where guys moved from zero to be powerful nearly unstoppable forces of Evil. They could redeem Venger without those two nonsenses about race and a master but... no, an amazing cartoon with the coolest villain of all time had to end like a random My Little Pony episode, blonde sister and all >_<
Message Thread | Skip to this response ↓|