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Grey Gargoyle

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Subj: Re: And killing monsters is usually considered a good thing...
Posted: Thu Sep 28, 2017 at 05:51:48 am EDT (Viewed 202 times)
Reply Subj: Re: And killing monsters is usually considered a good thing...
Posted: Tue Sep 26, 2017 at 11:49:34 pm EDT (Viewed 198 times)

    Complete extinction? That is probable overboard.

Indeed. It was your question. The answer is only my point of view.

    In this case, why?

because Surtur is too powerful on his own territory (probably as powerful as Odin on Asgard).
Each time, he was believed to be destroyed, he came back as if nothing happened. The Asgardians never defeated him on his own territory and, obviously, they are afraid of him and his twilight sword.

    During World War 2, hundreds of thousands of Japanese civilians were killed due to Allied air bombing to destroy the Japanese ability to make war and demoralize the population. During the American Civil War, General Sherman embraced total war against the South on the grounds it would demoralize the Southern War effort and destroy their ability to make war. Both were done with the intent to end those wars as quickly as possible.

I am sorry and I hope that you won't take it the wrong way but I prefer not to comment that further on the Thor board. From previous experience on the comicboards, it always leads to sensitive & problematic topics (history, personal philosophy, politics , ...) too far away from the entertainment of the comics themselves.

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