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rac7d wrote:When we say pre-teen ages 10-12. It is another division but they just barely entered the phase of adolescents. Preteens are something I have noticed uses by media to identify a demographic. I believe most would just identify them as children since they have not yet entered their teens.
Are you kidding me? Have you never heard of the term tween? Its that cool term people are using these days to suggest "in between child and teen" basically in a cooler way that doesn't make you sound so old, and more like a hip young person. That was popularized by the media outlet (Nick and Disney) and embraced strongly by the population. But the girls, no matter how you cut the sandwich, are in this phase.
rac7d wrote:In one of the more notable Samurai Jack episodes “Jack and the Rave” Jack halt immediately realizing the crowd around him were children/teenagers.
That were being used, mind controlled by the DJ. They couldn't choose for themselves what to do and Jack made a decision not to kill them, not the sword.
http://samuraijack.wikia.com/wiki/Episo ... d_the_Rave
rac7d wrote:I always felt his own judgment matched the sword.
So that brings up[ an interesting point then. Does the judgements/moral views of the wielder determine how the sword defines as "good" or does it still attack "evil" based on some sort of scale? Jack wasn't always the wielder of the sword, his Dad was before him. So then you could argue "Oh, its a family thing then". Nope. Other people have used the blade, most notably the King of the Spartans in "Jack and the Spartans" after his own sword was broken and Jack threw him the sword to protect himself.
Aku has used it before, but the blade cannot be used by evil to harm good. I wonder if evil can use it to harm evil though... that's a different matter though.
The only thing I have on the "wielder" of the sword is this "This sword was forged from the righteousness of the qi within thee. It possesses the power to destroy this evil force. Samurai Jack's sword is a japanese Katana forged by the deities Odin, Ra, and Vishnu and from the power of righteousness within the Samurai Lord's heart. "
rac7d wrote:My only thing is that Blossom might see him more of a toy to bell then her best friend like he is. All she seen of him is actually playing a part in the entire scheme.
Due to the reaction Bell displayed the last time Gir was in danger, I think Blossom is fully aware of how important Gir is to her.
rac7d wrote:Maybe not some intellectual prodigy but, has been confirmed to be smarter than Bubbles and Buttercup. She is not a lifeless zombie; she follows orders of her own free will
Not quite. Just because a person is intelligence, doesn't mean they can be blinded or influenced. You do as your parent tells you to, correct? Well, generally yeah. So Bell is a good little girl and does as her evil Dad says so... Interesting. She isn't a zombie, and that isn't the point I was making, you took it to that extreme. The difference is that did she choose to do this, or did she do this because Daddy said so? Is she fully aware of her choices, the implications, does she understand the difference between good and evil, does she have a different "misguided" view on what is considered to be good and evil (which would make her blinded)?
Those questions, I think, are going to determine if she is evil or "misguided: and if the sword would work on here. Samantha is screwed no matter how you shake the snow-globe.
rac7d wrote:Suddenly she has a full steel skeleton underneath what we thought to be her skin.
That doesn't automatically define someone as being a robot.
rac7d wrote:We know what she wants to do but not why?
We know her intent, she wants revenge on buttercup. Re-read the Mandark battle section.
rac7d wrote:Why wouldn’t buttercup feel remorse? <more words>
She might, robot or not. Its the trainings she has been going through with Jack which are going to cause the guilt and remorse because she failed them. How, you might ask?
Its a code between good and better, and to keep her rage under-control, something you pointed out that she is failing to do. What is the easiest thing to do? Strike her down, end her before she can be a threat to anyone else. If that was the only good decision, then why could a Samurai Master not make that, but you expect his 11 year old student, who doesn't know how robotic Sam has become, to make the same decision.
the other choice, and one that would get the best approval from Jack, and show him that she is taking her training seriously, would be to capture Sam, find out what happened to her, and redeem her.
rac7d wrote:the girls a total blood knight
I WAS A BLOOD KNIGHT. then I was promoted to Blood Lord.