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2nd Dec '16 12:19:18 PM barberbarberjoe
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* Requiem in ''Webcomic/MegaManDissonance'' acts like the usual ''MegaMan'' antagonist, staying out of harm's way (only initially interacting with Mega Man via an hologram) and letting his followers fight instead. However, he explicitly enjoys seeing Mega Man "running around aimlessly" and trying to defeat his forces, while his fellow Element 5 aren't so idle.

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* Requiem in ''Webcomic/MegaManDissonance'' acts like the usual ''MegaMan'' antagonist, staying out of harm's way (only initially interacting with Mega Man via an hologram) and letting his followers fight instead. However, he explicitly enjoys seeing Mega Man "running around aimlessly" and trying to defeat his forces, while [[CoDragons his fellow Element 5 5]] aren't so idle.
2nd Dec '16 12:03:57 PM barberbarberjoe
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* Requiem in ''Webcomic/MegaManDissonance'' acts like the usual ''MegaMan'' antagonist, staying out of harm's way (only initially interacting with Mega Man via an hologram) and letting his followers fight instead. However, he explicitly enjoys seeing Mega Man "running around aimlessly" and trying to defeat his forces, while his fellow Element 5s aren't so idle.

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* Requiem in ''Webcomic/MegaManDissonance'' acts like the usual ''MegaMan'' antagonist, staying out of harm's way (only initially interacting with Mega Man via an hologram) and letting his followers fight instead. However, he explicitly enjoys seeing Mega Man "running around aimlessly" and trying to defeat his forces, while his fellow Element 5s 5 aren't so idle.
1st Dec '16 7:28:03 PM barberbarberjoe
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* Requiem in ''Webcomic/MegaManDissonance'' acts like the usual ''MegaMan'' antagonist, staying out of harm's way (only initially interacting with Mega Man via an hologram) and letting his followers fight instead. However, he explicitly enjoys seeing Mega Man "running around aimlessly" and trying to defeat his forces, while his fellow Element 5 Numbers aren't so idle.

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* Requiem in ''Webcomic/MegaManDissonance'' acts like the usual ''MegaMan'' antagonist, staying out of harm's way (only initially interacting with Mega Man via an hologram) and letting his followers fight instead. However, he explicitly enjoys seeing Mega Man "running around aimlessly" and trying to defeat his forces, while his fellow Element 5 Numbers 5s aren't so idle.
1st Dec '16 7:22:16 PM barberbarberjoe
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* Requiem in ''Webcomic/MegaManDissonance'' acts like the usual ''MegaMan'' antagonist, staying out of harm's way (only initially interacting with Mega Man via an hologram) and letting his followers fight instead. However, he explicitly enjoys seeing Mega Man "running around aimlessly" and trying to defeat his forces, while his fellow Element 5 Numbers aren't so idle.
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25th Nov '16 6:38:06 PM OrKuunArQenByundis
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** Of the three Prophet hierarchs leading the Covenant, only one, the Prophet of Regret leaves their capital city to personally oversee the war effort (from the comfort of a nigh-invincible fleet of warships, but still). In-Universe he is acknowledged as an unusually active and HotBlooded Prophet, a possible side-effect of working directly alongside [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Sangheili]]. He does engage in combat once, with the [[TheHero Master Chief]], which leads to his death, though he goes down blazing. Notably, he doesn't actually leave his throne; Prophets are deliberately physically frail, and besides, [[CoolChair their chairs are outfitted with all sorts of devastating weaponry.]]
24th Nov '16 3:39:24 AM Lazarus1996
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* In The Bible and works of a Christian theme, Satan, despite being the extremely powerful UltimateEvil, is taking his sweet time in starting the EndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt. He never really does anything beyond tempting people like Jesus or Job or making deals with mortals or trying to seduce mortal women. Yet the Bible prophesizes at one point that he will fight against God in the End Times. So what is he waiting for? This is justified in some works like {{Dante'sInferno}} and {{Supernatural}} where he is SealedEvilInACan, but in most works it is either HandWaved or not even addressed at all.

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* In The Bible and works of a Christian theme, Satan, despite being the extremely powerful UltimateEvil, is taking his sweet time in starting the EndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt. He never really does anything beyond tempting people like Jesus or Job or making deals with mortals or trying to seduce mortal women. Yet the Bible prophesizes at one point that he will fight against God in the End Times. So what is he waiting for? This is justified in some works like {{Dante'sInferno}} TheDivineComedy and {{Supernatural}} where he is SealedEvilInACan, but in most works it is either HandWaved or not even addressed at all.
24th Nov '16 3:37:57 AM Lazarus1996
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* In The Bible and works of a Christian theme, Satan, despite being the extremely powerful UltimateEvil, is taking his sweet time in starting the EndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt. He never really does anything beyond tempting people like Jesus or Job or making deals with mortals or trying to seduce mortal women. Yet the Bible prophesizes at one point that he will fight against God in the End Times. So what is he waiting for? This is justified in some works like {{Dante's Inferno}} and {{Supernatural}} where he is SealedEvilInACan, but in most works it is either HandWaved or not even addressed at all.

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* In The Bible and works of a Christian theme, Satan, despite being the extremely powerful UltimateEvil, is taking his sweet time in starting the EndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt. He never really does anything beyond tempting people like Jesus or Job or making deals with mortals or trying to seduce mortal women. Yet the Bible prophesizes at one point that he will fight against God in the End Times. So what is he waiting for? This is justified in some works like {{Dante's Inferno}} {{Dante'sInferno}} and {{Supernatural}} where he is SealedEvilInACan, but in most works it is either HandWaved or not even addressed at all.
24th Nov '16 3:36:00 AM Lazarus1996
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* In The Bible and works of a Christian theme, Satan, despite being the extremely powerful UltimateEvil, is taking his sweet time in starting the EndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt. He never really does anything beyond tempting people like Jesus or Job or making deals with mortals or trying to seduce mortal women. Yet the Bible prophesizes at one point that he will fight against God in the End Times. So what is he waiting for? This is justified in some works like Dante'sInferno and Supernatural where he is Sealed Evil in a Can, but in most works it is either HandWaved or not even addressed at all.

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* In The Bible and works of a Christian theme, Satan, despite being the extremely powerful UltimateEvil, is taking his sweet time in starting the EndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt. He never really does anything beyond tempting people like Jesus or Job or making deals with mortals or trying to seduce mortal women. Yet the Bible prophesizes at one point that he will fight against God in the End Times. So what is he waiting for? This is justified in some works like Dante'sInferno {{Dante's Inferno}} and Supernatural {{Supernatural}} where he is Sealed Evil in a Can, SealedEvilInACan, but in most works it is either HandWaved or not even addressed at all.
24th Nov '16 3:33:26 AM Lazarus1996
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24th Nov '16 3:32:38 AM Lazarus1996
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In The Bible and works of a Christian theme, Satan, despite being the extremely powerful UltimateEvil, is taking his sweet time in starting the EndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt. He never really does anything beyond tempting people like Jesus or Job or making deals with mortals or trying to seduce mortal women. Yet the Bible prophesizes at one point that he will fight against God in the End Times. So what is he waiting for? This is justified in some works like Dante'sInferno and Supernatural where he is Sealed Evil in a Can, but in most works it is either HandWaved or not even addressed at all.

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* In The Bible and works of a Christian theme, Satan, despite being the extremely powerful UltimateEvil, is taking his sweet time in starting the EndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt. He never really does anything beyond tempting people like Jesus or Job or making deals with mortals or trying to seduce mortal women. Yet the Bible prophesizes at one point that he will fight against God in the End Times. So what is he waiting for? This is justified in some works like Dante'sInferno and Supernatural where he is Sealed Evil in a Can, but in most works it is either HandWaved or not even addressed at all.
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