| 11:18:42 19 August 2007
On forum: 04/08/2007
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@Xoffus: you should read more carefully the very first post of Siro; he explains it all.|
It's sorry to hear that a person who survived two world wars gets robbed by it's own children.
Yeah, it made me think a lot. And they even were resistants in Paris, freed it (c.f. Liberation de Paris) and made a lot of effort, despite they be basically proletarians, so their kids miss nothing of what needed.
But so is it sometimes: no matter the love, no matter the sacrifices, my uncle went for an expensive life of fun, that leaded him to foul and evil doings. I think he never went to be a murderer, but he robbed and betrayed half of the familly for sustaining his life style...
Is it not just mad how some people think their little sufferings give them the right to do such things ? (he really only suffered of not having his fun...)
That is one of the numerous reasons I almost always go "Lawfull Good" characters in my gaming, even in STALKER... I guess (but that's not sure), that experiencing a bit of real evil in life, against oneself, helps to see why evil's evil... And dislike it most.