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Review Topic -- The Destiny of Bionicle


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#201 Offline fishers64

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Posted Feb 14 2015 - 06:55 PM

I didn't think the civil war portrayal was "farcical". I thought Koronga was not happy about it, and fairly disgusted with the whole thing. The whole chapter read off as serious to me. Maybe that's how I read it or something. 


There's some recognition of the pointlessness of it all, but that doesn't make it farcical...


Then I turned to Keetongu. "At least now I know you really can heal people!" I grinned widely.

The titan smiled politely -- apparently it wasn't as funny as I'd thought.

Wow, faux pas much? >_<

I thought it was a fourth-wall trope joke. The "healer can't do anything and just watches them die" pattern just got busted, and our narrator feels the need to point it out. :P


Unfortunately, that just highlights how bad things are in the MU. :(

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