You've done Saradomin dirty.

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I'd say Saradomin struggling to grapple with his own humanity has been a fairly consistent character trait since the 6th age began.

Saradomin truly believes in sacrifice for the greater good. He is absolutely dedicated to completing his mission for Gielinor and the rest of the universe. Saradomin tries to divorce himself from mortals, and by extension his own nature, in order to see the bigger picture, to be the true god he thinks mortals need. But ultimately Saradomin is still a person, with all the messy contradictions that come with it. His mission, his ideology, everything he believes in (and make no mistake, he does believe in it) does not transcend the love he has for his daughter. If she were any other person, Saradomin would not give up the stone as he did, but Adrasteia is his daughter and she means the world to him.

A set of carefully crafted principles doesn't change his feelings. No matter how much he wants to deny it, Saradomin is still human.
I have noticed your kind does tend to blindly stumble forward towards danger simply because it exists. What is your word for that?
- We call it being a hero.

08-May-2019 01:55:35

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