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06.03.2020 , 03:29 PM | #392
Quote: Originally Posted by JYthelifesaver View Post
Firstly, I am bias towards the Wrath, so my pick is obvious. But I would like to point out that almost every epic story of a hero is about being the underdog and coming out on top.

Example: Conan is a warrior and his big bad antagonist is a sorceror. Conan is just a man and the sorceror is more or less a god, or at least 'godly" -- and yet, Conan defeats him.

I would also like to point out that Star Wars' most iconic symbol is the lightsaber. And the sword is the most iconic symbol for heroism in general. Magic and sorcery are usually what the bad guy uses and in many cases is what gives them the advantage over a hero, and yet the hero still overcomes what looks like an impossible adversary.
...not sure where you are going with that considering the SI also wields a lightsaber, and is far more an underdog than the Wrath (who was basically a spoiled brat who received preferential treatment his entire pre-Chapter 1 life)
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