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30th May '13 12:30:49 PM TVRulezAgain
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Svidrigailov was cut in accordance with the Complete Monster clean up thread. Please bring any questions to that thread.
8th May '12 11:28:47 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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21st Mar '12 2:05:28 PM deeman45
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What, we're deleting the manipulative murdering attempted rapist because he committed suicide, but the guy whose biggest crime is framing someone for theft gets left? Nuh-uh.
19th Mar '12 7:21:27 AM SquigPie
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No. Svidrigailov earns his redemption at the end of the book, the point of a Complete Monster is that they have no such thing.
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