Havoc wrote:I would really like it if Aku and Chi were in danger somehow, as suppose to them just sitting on their asses, not doing shit. Like if someone were to pick Jack's sword back up and continue his legacy. I'm kinda expecting this since Jack's sword was waved in front of our faces. It would be a lot more interesting if they had something to be concerned about, especially since Aku has someone to protect.
Havoc wrote:Like what? I haven't really seeing anything that would indicate something huge on the horizon.
Havoc wrote:We don't know this for sure. I would prefer if she was thrown into the fray like the other characters. I myself would love to see someone break in and try to kill her, and create some tension for a change.
I feel like that flashback didn't have as big of an effect on her as it should have had, but that's just me.
Havoc wrote:Well I don't. The spoiled rich types never set well with me. Like I said, if you like her, then I respect your opinion. I just really hate her right now, and it's not helping that she's being crammed down our throats when there are far better thing that we could be exploring.
Also, what do you mean by "become all jaded"? Isn't Chi already sorta "jaded"?
Pyre wrote:Right now, most of the families we've seen in the underworld are affected by this upcoming war, Aku and his kingdom are really the only ones abstaining and it's a nice change of pace.
Tenshi Nova wrote:To say, Aku's empire is not essential to Chi's destiny, is the same as saying, Vader's empire was not essential to Luke's destiny.
Mercen-X wrote:And yet, every time the word destiny is mentioned, you continually bring up her title as Aku's heir insinuating that her destiny is essentially her inheritance. There is a ridiculously vast difference between a prophetic destiny and being born to a legacy. The mistake I feel you're making is that Aku's empire is merely a factor that lends to Chi's destiny. His empire itself is not essentially her destiny. My entire argument is directed at stopping you saying that Aku's empire is Chi's destiny. I don't care about anything else. Sure, Chi has a destiny. She was made from Blossom which ties her to Mimi moreso than her ineffable love for her. She has a place in the war to come. We get that. But she is not the focus... of anything. Junior and Mimi are the focus. Minnie and Chi are slightly to the outside of that narrow focus.
Pyre wrote:You mean like she has been crammed down the throats of all the citizens of the Aku empire, and now it's her time to prove that she is more than just Aku's daughter?
Pyre wrote:Really? I'd almost prefer if they weren't. Right now, most of the families we've seen in the underworld are affected by this upcoming war, Aku and his kingdom are really the only ones abstaining and it's a nice change of pace. I get it, we're reading what's considered an epic story, and we expect action, but really this sort of slice of life existence is kind of a nice change since it's just that, it's a group of people living their life, as opposed to being caught up in some conflict.
Pyre wrote:I'd bodonk her.
Pyre wrote:Most of her prissy, and spoiled, attitude comes from the fact that she hasn't been jaded by the world outside of her comfortable life, she's mostly acting upon things based on her idealistic reality. Aku is jaded, he doesn't want any part in anything, he just wants to live life as is, he doesn't believe things can change, but Chi, she's all about change and proving herself.
I think he made himself quite clear.Havoc wrote:Pyre wrote:I'd bodonk her.
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