javier vega (gundame81@yahoo.com)
Mon, 19 Feb 2001 13:43:20 -0800 (PST)

--- -Z- <z@gundam.com> wrote:
> > We've seen how certain mindsets can affect how
> people view what's happening.
> > Question: how does this translate into the gundam
> world? We know that
> > Gundam has no real good guy or bad guy, but is
> there an point of judgment
> > that we can use as a baseline when saying that
> someone did something wrong
> > in Gundam? I mean, Amuro isn't all sweetness and
> light, and Char isn't just
> > all that either.
> >
> > Comments?
> No one is a villain in their own mind. What's
> important, especially in a Tomino
> story, is not so much what you do as why and for
> whom you do it.
> Char is a villain not because he does bad things,
> but that he acts
> self-servingly and is only interested in achieving
> his own goals, even if he
> destroys what's left of his real family in the
> process. Amuro is a hero
> because, in the end, he acts with no thought for
> anything but his friends, but
> he starts out as on par with Char in the
> self-centeredness arena. But Amuro
> undertakes a spiritual journey and grows out of his
> childish selfishness, while
> Char doesn't -- if anything, he collapses in on
> himself.

Thats why the all are dead ><.

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