History YMMV / ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog

3rd Apr '18 6:13:53 AM Psi001
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** Similarly a lot of the more tense situations in the comic lead to key Freedom Fighters suffering from a MomentOfWeakness and betraying their usual ethics, leading to fallouts or other bad consequences (eg. Sonic holding vindictive grudges, Sally having reckless or aggressive episodes, Rotor's fluctuating approach to fire arms), emitting the message that it's a lot harder to practice than it is to preach, especially in very pressuring and stressful situations, and it benefits to try and empathise with the fallible qualities of others instead of badgering or spurning them.

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** Similarly a lot of the more tense situations in the comic lead to key Freedom Fighters suffering from a MomentOfWeakness and betraying their usual ethics, leading to fallouts or other bad consequences (eg. Sonic holding vindictive grudges, Sally having reckless or aggressive episodes, Rotor's fluctuating approach to fire arms), emitting the message that it's a lot harder to practice than it is to preach, especially in very pressuring and stressful situations, and it benefits to try and empathise with the fallible qualities of others instead of badgering or spurning them.them in ways that can make you look hypocritical or HolierThanThou.
3rd Apr '18 6:12:20 AM Psi001
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** Similarly a lot of the more tense situations in the comic lead to key Freedom Fighters suffering from a MomentOfWeakness and betraying their usual ethics, leading to fallouts or other bad consequences (eg. Sonic holding vindictive grudges, Sally having reckless or aggressive episodes, Rotor's fluctuating approach to fire arms), emitting the message that it's a lot harder to practice than it is to preach, especially in very pressuring and stressful situations, and it benefits to try and empathise with the fallible qualities of others.

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** Similarly a lot of the more tense situations in the comic lead to key Freedom Fighters suffering from a MomentOfWeakness and betraying their usual ethics, leading to fallouts or other bad consequences (eg. Sonic holding vindictive grudges, Sally having reckless or aggressive episodes, Rotor's fluctuating approach to fire arms), emitting the message that it's a lot harder to practice than it is to preach, especially in very pressuring and stressful situations, and it benefits to try and empathise with the fallible qualities of others.others instead of badgering or spurning them.
3rd Apr '18 6:11:17 AM Psi001
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** Similarly a lot of the more tense situations in the comic lead to key Freedom Fighters suffering from a MomentOfWeakness and betraying their usual ethics with bad consequences (eg. Sonic holding vindictive grudges, Sally having reckless or aggressive episodes, Rotor's fluctuating approach to fire arms), emitting the message that it's a lot harder to practice than it is to preach, especially in very pressuring and stressful situations, and it benefits to try and empathise with the fallible qualities of others.

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** Similarly a lot of the more tense situations in the comic lead to key Freedom Fighters suffering from a MomentOfWeakness and betraying their usual ethics with ethics, leading to fallouts or other bad consequences (eg. Sonic holding vindictive grudges, Sally having reckless or aggressive episodes, Rotor's fluctuating approach to fire arms), emitting the message that it's a lot harder to practice than it is to preach, especially in very pressuring and stressful situations, and it benefits to try and empathise with the fallible qualities of others.
3rd Apr '18 6:10:24 AM Psi001
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** Similarly a lot of the more tense situations in the comic lead to key Freedom Fighters suffering from a MomentOfWeakness and betraying their usual ethics with terrible consequences (eg. Sonic holding vindictive grudges, Sally having reckless or aggressive episodes, Rotor's fluctuating approach to fire arms), emitting the message that it's a lot harder to practice than it is to preach, especially in very pressuring and stressful situations, and it benefits to try and empathise with the fallible qualities of others.

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** Similarly a lot of the more tense situations in the comic lead to key Freedom Fighters suffering from a MomentOfWeakness and betraying their usual ethics with terrible bad consequences (eg. Sonic holding vindictive grudges, Sally having reckless or aggressive episodes, Rotor's fluctuating approach to fire arms), emitting the message that it's a lot harder to practice than it is to preach, especially in very pressuring and stressful situations, and it benefits to try and empathise with the fallible qualities of others.
3rd Apr '18 6:10:03 AM Psi001
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** Similarly a lot of the more tense situations in the comic lead to key Freedom Fighters suffering from a MomentOfWeakness and betraying their usual ethics (eg. Sonic holding vindictive grudges, Sally having reckless or aggressive episodes, Rotor's fluctuating approach to fire arms), emitting the message that it's a lot harder to practice than it is to preach, especially in very pressuring and stressful situations, and it benefits to try and empathise with the fallible qualities of others.

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** Similarly a lot of the more tense situations in the comic lead to key Freedom Fighters suffering from a MomentOfWeakness and betraying their usual ethics with terrible consequences (eg. Sonic holding vindictive grudges, Sally having reckless or aggressive episodes, Rotor's fluctuating approach to fire arms), emitting the message that it's a lot harder to practice than it is to preach, especially in very pressuring and stressful situations, and it benefits to try and empathise with the fallible qualities of others.
3rd Apr '18 6:08:59 AM Psi001
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* AccidentalAesop: Going through the book's history, it seems that many of the problems could've been avoided had certain people learned to live and work better with others, understood that their value systems need to change over time, or just let go of their grudges with certain characters. Sally follows this when she talks to the Prowers and forms the council, but many of the councilors didn't let go of their grudges with the royal family or Freedom Fighters, and thus [[JerkassHasAPoint even their more pragmatic criticisms]] [[CryingWolf don't get treated seriously enough by them]]. Similarly many arcs involve the heroes making FireForgedFriends with previous adversaries or being forced to let go of previous grudges, a lot of which were formed by hubris and poor communication (eg. Sonic with Knuckles, Monkey Khan and Silver).

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* AccidentalAesop: AccidentalAesop:
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Going through the book's history, it seems that many of the problems could've been avoided had certain people learned to live and work better with others, understood that their value systems need to change over time, or just let go of their grudges with certain characters. Sally follows this when she talks to the Prowers and forms the council, but many of the councilors didn't let go of their grudges with the royal family or Freedom Fighters, and thus [[JerkassHasAPoint even their more pragmatic criticisms]] [[CryingWolf don't get treated seriously enough by them]]. Similarly many arcs involve the heroes making FireForgedFriends with previous adversaries or being forced to let go of previous grudges, a lot of which were formed by hubris and poor communication (eg. Sonic with Knuckles, Monkey Khan and Silver).Silver).
** Similarly a lot of the more tense situations in the comic lead to key Freedom Fighters suffering from a MomentOfWeakness and betraying their usual ethics (eg. Sonic holding vindictive grudges, Sally having reckless or aggressive episodes, Rotor's fluctuating approach to fire arms), emitting the message that it's a lot harder to practice than it is to preach, especially in very pressuring and stressful situations, and it benefits to try and empathise with the fallible qualities of others.
19th Mar '18 1:54:34 PM lalalei2001
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** Mighty and Ray were used in the comics long after the games forgot about them, with people wondering if they would ever be remembered. Cue them appearing in the DLC to ''VidoeGame/SonicMania''.
19th Mar '18 1:49:23 PM Prinzenick
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* CatharsisFactor: Admit it, you enjoyed seeing Sally [[TalkToTheFist slug Fiona Fox in the stomach]] for trying to manipulate Tails' feelings (and for her [[KickTheDog sadistic and cruel]] [[ArmorPiercingSlaap rejection]] of Tails some time before that).

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* CatharsisFactor: Admit it, you enjoyed seeing Sally [[TalkToTheFist slug Fiona Fox in the stomach]] for trying to manipulate Tails' feelings (and for her [[KickTheDog sadistic and cruel]] [[ArmorPiercingSlaap [[ArmorPiercingSlap rejection]] of Tails some time before that).
19th Mar '18 1:48:50 PM Prinzenick
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* CatharsisFactor: Admit it, you enjoyed seeing Sally [[TalkToTheFist slug Fiona Fox in the stomach]] for trying to manipulate Tails' feelings (and for her [[KickTheDog sadistic and cruel]] [[ArmorPiercingSlaap rejection]] of Tails some time before that).
18th Mar '18 5:21:24 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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** Not that Flynn's own run is entirely spot free though. The "Iron Dominion" arc is seen as at least a {{Downplayed| Trope}} version of this trope, especially in it got bogged down with quite a bit of ArcFatigue; a criticism shared even by people willing to overlook some of the story's flaws.

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** Not that Flynn's own run is entirely spot free though. The "Iron Dominion" arc is seen as at least a {{Downplayed| Trope}} version of this trope, especially in how it got bogged down with quite a bit of ArcFatigue; a criticism shared even by people willing to overlook some of the story's flaws.
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