Three Seas Forum

the archives

dusted off in read-only

  •  

Kellhus, his divinity, and his "good guy" status. posted 10 April 2006 in The Thousandfold ThoughtKellhus, his divinity, and his "good guy" status. by anor277, Didact

Quote: "Entropic_existence":12j3vdkq
If I was going to rank the actions of Kelhus and Cnaiur as "most evil" (excluding the good actions of both) I think Kelhus's would rank as more evil. Cnaiur may rape and kill you for looking at him sideways but he'll let you know it. Kelhus would trick you into dropping your own pants and bending over so to speak. He'd also convince you to ask for it and say please.[/quote:12j3vdkq]

Even given your scenario I'd still take Kellhus (so would you I think?) and rank Cnaiur as more evil (if we can actually call someone that deranged evil). After all what does a lover do? He tries to seduce his beloved, to captivate her, to consume her (or him), to be the centre of her being - and the lover may be motivated by sexual desire, by gratification, as much as by love. What Kellhus "did" to Serwe and Esmenet (and what Moenghus did to Cnaiur) were only the actions of world-born men, but much more effectively and more clinically. view post


  •  

The Three Seas Forum archives are hosted and maintained courtesy of Jack Brown