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Subj: Re: I'm a teen too... [SPOILERS]
Posted: Fri Apr 06, 2007 at 06:12:26 am EDT
Reply Subj: Re: I'm a teen too... [SPOILERS]
Posted: Thu Apr 05, 2007 at 12:51:22 am EDT

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> > I understand your points but I think you are missing some things. Of
> > course it was not completely Armory's fault but they need to blame
> > someone. If the fault was placed on the instructors, how do you think
> > the public or the government would react? People would be outraged.
>
> Um... maybe the public and the government should be outraged, and maybe the public should be informed of the unabashed truth. What happened was 100% the fault of the instructors. They're the ones in charge. Of all people, Armory was the least culpable.
>

What would happen then? If the government decided the heroes couldn't train these kids, what do you think they would do? Just let them go live normal lives? Who else is there to train them?

> > I don't expect Gauntlet will be free of internal blame. But he will
> > probably be punished off record and personally by Stark. I also would
> > like to guess that no one was fully aware of Trauma's powers. I
> > believe the point the of the excerise was to establish each kid's
> > abilities. So are you really that shocked that one of them was
> > stronger than expected and another cracked under pressure?
>
> Which is why you don't start training them in situations that even remotely deal with life/death. You begin training them alone, with no one else around, testing their abilities and powers, then slowly build up.
>
> Egads... at least no one even died at Xavier's from such stupidity.

Xavier designed his school and lessons around teaching children. He could find out everything about their powers using his mind. I don't think this is a fair comparison. How many of the heroes have experience teaching children? Xavier spent his life teaching, it was what he did. The only hero I can think of who could possibly teach these kids is Cap unfortunately.
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> > Um... maybe the public and the government should be outraged, and maybe the public should be informed of the unabashed truth. What happened was 100% the fault of the instructors. They're the ones in charge. Of all people, Armory was the least culpable.
> >
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> What would happen then? If the government decided the heroes couldn't train these kids, what do you think they would do? Just let them go live normal lives? Who else is there to train them?

I dunno, TEACHERS maybe, rather than drill sergeants.

> Xavier designed his school and lessons around teaching children. He could find out everything about their powers using his mind. I don't think this is a fair comparison. How many of the heroes have experience teaching children? Xavier spent his life teaching, it was what he did.

So get teachers in, employ the depowered faculty of Xaviers, bring emma Frost in, if they need education, get in educators.

>The only hero I can think of who could possibly teach these kids is Cap unfortunately.

Ironic I agree.


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