Beast The Primordial Controversy, Ymmv / Beast: The Primordial



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BaeraadFull MemberPosts: 139


Another problem is that the game seems to go out of its way to make the Heroes seem pathetic – to the point where they don”t even seem to be a viable threat most of the time. They”re clueless morons who can”t cooperate and can”t plan and are painfully outmatched by the superpowered monsters they”re hunting. And the thing is, “pathetic” is dangerously close to “sympathetic.” People end up rooting for the Heroes just because, well, the poor sorry bastards just seem like they could use a win. :pNow, what would be cool would be if the sides got treated more equally. After all, Beasts and Heroes are both just following their nature – it just so happens that their nature brings them inevitably into conflict. That”s the stuff of tragedy right there, two larger-than-life characters being driven into a confrontation that neither wants but neither can avoid. Every Hero knows that one day, they”ll die at the hands of a Beast, and every Beast knows that one day, they”ll die at the hands of a Hero. And still both have to do what feels right to them, playing the part they were given. They could both be pathetic, and both be glorious at the same time.Alas.

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