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23rd Sep '16 10:23:46 PM Dravencour
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*** Freeza is probably an even more appropriate example. He could have killed Goku at ''any'' point during their battle but decided to drag out the fight because, like Vegeta, his ego wasn't satisfied with how easy the fight had become and he wanted to make Goku suffer more. [[spoiler: His hesitance to finish comes back to bite him as Goku eventually becomes a Super Saiyan and defeats Freeza. And even after that battle and reaching Earth ''before'' Goku, he decides not to just destroy the Earth when he has the chance because his pride wouldn't be satisfied with that, he instead wanted to make everyone on the planet suffer; cue another Saiyan, [[KidFromTheFuture Trunks]], [[CurbStompBattle who makes quick work of Freeza, his father King Cold and Freeza's soldiers.]]]]

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*** Freeza is probably an even more appropriate example. He could have killed Goku at ''any'' point during their battle but decided to drag out the fight because, like Vegeta, his ego wasn't satisfied with how easy the fight had become and he wanted to make Goku suffer more. [[spoiler: His hesitance to finish comes back to bite him as Goku eventually becomes a Super Saiyan and defeats Freeza. And even after that battle and reaching Earth ''before'' Goku, he decides not to just destroy the Earth when he has the chance because his pride wouldn't be satisfied with that, he instead wanted to make everyone on the planet suffer; cue another Saiyan, [[KidFromTheFuture Trunks]], [[CurbStompBattle who makes quick work of Freeza, his father King Cold and Freeza's soldiers.]]]]soldiers]]]]. Frieza's pride and sadism were his greatest weaknesses.
23rd Sep '16 5:18:26 PM Bartzv
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** [[MightMakesRight Might doesn't make right]]. Life isn't so simple that the truth can be decided through a couple of battles. Soujiro staked his entire ideology on his battle with Kenshin, and when he was defeated, conceded that his views were wrong and Kenshin's were right; but Kenshin tells him that the truth is something that one has to discover through the way they live their life, not by winning or losing a battle. In response, Soujiro tells Kenshin that he is much more demanding than Shishio for not giving him easy answers like Shishio did.

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** [[MightMakesRight Might doesn't make right]]. Life isn't so simple that the truth can be decided through a couple of battles. Soujiro staked his entire ideology on his battle with Kenshin, and when he was defeated, conceded that his views were wrong and Kenshin's were right; but Kenshin tells him that the truth is something that one has to discover through the way they live their life, not by winning or losing a battle. In response, Soujiro tells Kenshin that he is much more demanding than Shishio for not giving him easy answers like Shishio did. After Shishio's defeat, Yahiko asks Kenshin if they were the ones that were right because they won and Kenshin responds by saying that's the same truth Shishio lived by and that all they can do is live by and fight for their own truths.
23rd Sep '16 4:33:29 PM Bartzv
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* ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'': The will to live is important. It's easy to throw your life away, and someone that's quick to do so, be it out of despair, guilt, or even for a noble cause; doesn't value their own life. Maintaining the will to live no matter the cause or hardship will make you a stronger person in the end. Ceasing to value his own life is what caused Kenshin to revert to his ruthless Battousai persona when pressed, and his CharacterDevelopment in the Kyoto arc revolves around him regaining his will to live, allowing him to unlock his full strength without turning back into the Battousai.

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* ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'': The will to live is very important. It's easy to throw your life away, and someone that's quick to do so, be it out of despair, guilt, or even for a noble cause; doesn't value their own life. Maintaining the will to live no matter the cause or hardship will make you a stronger person in the end. Ceasing to value his own life is what caused Kenshin to revert to his ruthless Battousai persona when pressed, and his CharacterDevelopment in the Kyoto arc revolves around him regaining his will to live, allowing him to unlock his full strength without turning back into the Battousai.
23rd Sep '16 4:32:29 PM Bartzv
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* ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'': The will to live is important. It's easy to throw your life away, and someone that's quick to do so, be it out of despair, guilt, or even for a noble cause; doesn't value their own life. Maintaining the will to live no matter the cause or hardship will make you a stronger person in the end. Ceasing to value his own life is what caused Kenshin to revert to his ruthless Battousai persona when pressed, and his CharacterDevelopment in the Kyoto arc revolves around him regaining his will to live, allowing him to unlock his full strength without turning into the Battousai persona.

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* ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'': The will to live is important. It's easy to throw your life away, and someone that's quick to do so, be it out of despair, guilt, or even for a noble cause; doesn't value their own life. Maintaining the will to live no matter the cause or hardship will make you a stronger person in the end. Ceasing to value his own life is what caused Kenshin to revert to his ruthless Battousai persona when pressed, and his CharacterDevelopment in the Kyoto arc revolves around him regaining his will to live, allowing him to unlock his full strength without turning back into the Battousai persona.Battousai.
23rd Sep '16 4:31:01 PM Bartzv
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* ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'': The will to live is important. It's easy to throw your life away, and someone that's quick to do so, be it out of despair, guilt, or even for a noble cause; doesn't value their own life. Maintaining the will to live no matter the cause or hardship will make you a stronger person in the end. Kenshin's CharacterDevelopment in the Kyoto arc primarily revolves around learning this.

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* ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'': The will to live is important. It's easy to throw your life away, and someone that's quick to do so, be it out of despair, guilt, or even for a noble cause; doesn't value their own life. Maintaining the will to live no matter the cause or hardship will make you a stronger person in the end. Kenshin's Ceasing to value his own life is what caused Kenshin to revert to his ruthless Battousai persona when pressed, and his CharacterDevelopment in the Kyoto arc primarily revolves around learning this.him regaining his will to live, allowing him to unlock his full strength without turning into the Battousai persona.
23rd Sep '16 4:20:17 PM Bartzv
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** [[MightMakesRight Might doesn't make right]]. Life isn't so simple that the truth can be decided through a couple of battles. Soujiro staked his entire ideology on his battle with Kenshin, and when he was defeated, conceded that his views were wrong and Kenshin's were right; but Kenshin wouldn't let him go with such an easy answer and tells him that the truth is something that one has to discover through the way they live their life, not by winning or losing a battle. In response, Soujiro comments that Kenshin is much more demanding than Shishio ever was for not giving him easy answers like Shishio did.

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** [[MightMakesRight Might doesn't make right]]. Life isn't so simple that the truth can be decided through a couple of battles. Soujiro staked his entire ideology on his battle with Kenshin, and when he was defeated, conceded that his views were wrong and Kenshin's were right; but Kenshin wouldn't let him go with such an easy answer and tells him that the truth is something that one has to discover through the way they live their life, not by winning or losing a battle. In response, Soujiro comments that tells Kenshin that he is much more demanding than Shishio ever was for not giving him easy answers like Shishio did.
23rd Sep '16 3:53:30 PM Bartzv
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* ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'': The will to live is important. It's easy to throw your life away, and someone that's quick to do so, be it out of despair, guilt, or even for a noble cause; doesn't value their own life. Maintaining the will to live no matter the cause or hardship will make you a stronger person in the end.
** Dying doesn't help one atone for past sins. Living and working to make up for those sins does.
** Don't try to shoulder everything yourself. Your loved ones will be more than willing to help you with your burden.
** [[MightMakesRight Might doesn't make right]]. Life isn't so simple that the truth can be decided through a couple of battles.

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* ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'': The will to live is important. It's easy to throw your life away, and someone that's quick to do so, be it out of despair, guilt, or even for a noble cause; doesn't value their own life. Maintaining the will to live no matter the cause or hardship will make you a stronger person in the end. \n Kenshin's CharacterDevelopment in the Kyoto arc primarily revolves around learning this.
** Dying doesn't help one atone for past sins. Living on and working to make up for those sins does.
does. Megumi wanted to kill herself to atone for all the opium she was forced to make that killed people, but Kenshin tells her that such an act would not bring those people back to life and that she should instead live and use her skills as a doctor to help people.
** Don't try to shoulder everything yourself. Your loved ones will be more than willing to help you with your burden.
burden. Kenshin gets chewed out repeatedly by his friends because of his tendency to put the weight of the world on his shoulders, culminating in him leaving Tokyo alone for Kyoto to fight Shishio. His friends are left angry and despondent that he left without them and immediately follow him to Kyoto, with Sano in particular punching him in the face for this upon catching up to him. After this, Kenshin becomes more willing to accept help from his friends.
** [[MightMakesRight Might doesn't make right]]. Life isn't so simple that the truth can be decided through a couple of battles. Soujiro staked his entire ideology on his battle with Kenshin, and when he was defeated, conceded that his views were wrong and Kenshin's were right; but Kenshin wouldn't let him go with such an easy answer and tells him that the truth is something that one has to discover through the way they live their life, not by winning or losing a battle. In response, Soujiro comments that Kenshin is much more demanding than Shishio ever was for not giving him easy answers like Shishio did.
23rd Sep '16 2:47:57 PM Bartzv
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* ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'': The will to live is important. A person that's quick to throw their life away, be it out of despair, guilt, or even for a noble cause; doesn't value their own life. Maintaining the will to live no matter the cause or hardship will make you a stronger person in the end.

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* ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'': The will to live is important. A person It's easy to throw your life away, and someone that's quick to throw their life away, do so, be it out of despair, guilt, or even for a noble cause; doesn't value their own life. Maintaining the will to live no matter the cause or hardship will make you a stronger person in the end.
23rd Sep '16 1:50:14 PM Bartzv
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* ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'': The will to live is important. It's easy to sacrifice yourself when you feel guilty about past sins and no longer value your life, but maintaining the will to live no matter the cause or hardship will make you a stronger person in the end.

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* ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'': The will to live is important. It's easy A person that's quick to sacrifice yourself when you feel guilty about past sins and no longer throw their life away, be it out of despair, guilt, or even for a noble cause; doesn't value your life, but maintaining their own life. Maintaining the will to live no matter the cause or hardship will make you a stronger person in the end.
23rd Sep '16 1:35:37 PM Bartzv
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* Manga/RurouniKenshin: The will to live is important. It's easy to sacrifice yourself when you feel guilty about past sins and no longer value your life, but maintaining the will to live no matter the cause or hardship will make you a stronger person in the end.

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* Manga/RurouniKenshin: ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'': The will to live is important. It's easy to sacrifice yourself when you feel guilty about past sins and no longer value your life, but maintaining the will to live no matter the cause or hardship will make you a stronger person in the end.
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