MonteCristo wrote:Heh, it's implied Vinny got more than a hug...
Really, I had not noticed that, though I suppose it isn't too utterly unlikely that two people, both bereft, who respected one another, took solace with each other.
MonteCristo wrote:Jillian seems to look for those who have some kind of power or strength over her. With Wanda, their relationship was obvious as we saw it was a literal sub/dom... though even with her other lovers; Merica Eagle was one who sounded like she was more than willing to challenge Jillian's authroity; Ansom could have a very confident and forward personality; Bart, is a little tougher, but she did seem attracted by his build, and he was rather forward for a new guy(though Bart was never got a chance to be more than a fling). Sad to say, Jack is just too passive for Jillian's tastes...
Probably a very accurate summation of her tastes.
ManaCaster wrote:This line makes me wonder how much XP croaking prisoners or any other units that have been made similarly unchallenging are worth.
Maybe it is the only thing that makes a duty like killing a line of defenceless people bearable?. Considering it afterwards as an act of sacrament?. " 'tis hard, but we must do The Titans will in all things" *move along the line cutting throats*
Few religions treat "Killing for God" as anything different, they brainwash their "Soldiers for the Lord" before and after the slaughterhouse, that is what battle hymns are for, and having company chaplains, and prayers before battle and taking the sacrament before going up into the line, and all the many other hypocrisies of society.
"This is fine with god, go you now to your holy work, praise the Lord and pass the ammo". In the course of human experience, many millions of moral men who would no more kill their fellow than they would kill their own brother, have been convinced by hymns some loving priest has laboured over.