This is discussion archived from a time before the current discussion method was installed.
calls revision on some tropes. Let's start the list:
- Children Are Innocent: not the trope, but the description within the entry: deconstruction? Really? How, exactly?
- Cursed with Awesome: actually, not so. While they are powerful, that's because they're sins, and that's not punishment. Their punishment in Hell, though, is genuine. Specially Drip, who explained what his punishment was "on-screen": he can remember the feel of raping, but he can't feel it anymore.
- The Mario: again, how, exactly?
Now, let's discuss...
: The Punishment
is probably a much
better descriptive trope for the other six Sins than Cursed with Awesome
; they hate it, and most people would hate the punishment (more so for Gluttony or Greed than Drip), but it really doesn't prevent them from doing more of what earned them the punishment in the first place. They are getting particular punishment for being the most vile expressions of their respective sins, but it's not the punishment that makes them superpowerful, it's the nature of Hell. They like
the superpowerful part.
: The Crowning Moment of Awesome
and Heartwarming Moment of Awesome
sections are where the CMoAs and HWMoAs go. (Didn't realize the visible text would just be "Web Comics
", in the reason for edit field, hence this post.)
: Moral Event Horizon
crossing is a one-time thing, you don't "repeatedly" cross it. Also, considering that, IIRC, pretty much every sin but Wrath and Sloth has been introduced doing something that earned them their position as a Sin in the first place or something related to their position in Hell, there really hasn't been any MEH crossing in the first place, as the Sins started
on the "unmitigated monster" side of the line.
I'm sure Moral Event Horizon
applies to someone
in the Jack universe, but the deleted entry, as phrased, doesn't work.