Dave Galanter
December 1st 1969 - December 12th 2020
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emerick-man 
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DamonO

Subj: Re: Ororo: Proud or Irresponsible ?
Posted: Fri Mar 04, 2011 at 02:07:46 pm EST (Viewed 327 times)
Reply Subj: Re: T'challa: Proud or Irresponsible ?
Posted: Tue Mar 01, 2011 at 12:32:48 am EST (Viewed 321 times)

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I'd go with BOTH. He is being prideful, refusing to accept any help. Yet people are dying, so its irresponsible not to accept assistance if that would help save lives.

I'd say this isn't inconsistent with T'Challa's past portrayals, though.
Yes, he's accepted and even solicited help in the past, but he's also had times when he's been stubborn and hard-headed.

Agreed. A period of denial is understandable and storysmart, maybe even easily forgivable. He didnt exactly throw his costume in the alleyway trashcan like a certain wallcrawler once did so his [herbfree] heart still seems true. But if he does not change his ways after this Bad Vlad Arc then he is not the respectable heroic figure he once was.

Similarly, it might be argued that Ororo deserves those adjective labels when it comes to helping her hubby. Yes? Does she really believe prolonged isolation from him is healthiest decision for either of them or does she just love being in the X-verse more? uhhhm... of course she does? ;\)



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