History YMMV / TheMeek

10th May '16 11:52:31 AM ANewBeginning
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* VillainHasAPoint / OnlySaneMan: the Emperor's actions are portrayed a driven more by emotion than logic (plus, y'know, giant tiger demon god), but his position on the "new" government of an enemy nation, which appears to consist of exactly the same people as the previous government and is headed by the son of the dictator he had a beef with in the first place, isn't exactly unreasonable. And while re-starting a war after peace has been declared is nominally a bad idea, that enemy nation, which is governed by essentially the same people as it was during bloodier days and only stopped its parade of war crimes and persecution because it was too damaged to continue, is essentially taking the diplomatic position that it wasn't at fault. In other words, an enemy nation that waged a genocidal war of oppression the last time they had sufficient strength, just sent an ambassador to tell the leader of a nation they'd attacked that they "didn't do anything wrong" and that both nations should take time to rebuild. Finding an excuse to crush them completely is actually pretty much the only viable course of action, because that's tantamount to explicitly promising to attack again the moment the Empire is once again the weaker party.

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* VillainHasAPoint / OnlySaneMan: the Emperor's actions are portrayed a driven more by emotion than logic (plus, y'know, giant tiger demon god), but his position on the "new" government of an enemy nation, which appears to consist of exactly the same people as the previous government and is headed by the son daughter of the dictator he had a beef with in the first place, isn't exactly unreasonable. And while re-starting a war after peace has been declared is nominally a bad idea, that enemy nation, which is governed by essentially the same people as it was during bloodier days and only stopped its parade of war crimes and persecution because it was too damaged to continue, is essentially taking the diplomatic position that it wasn't at fault. In other words, an enemy nation that waged a genocidal war of oppression the last time they had sufficient strength, just sent an ambassador to tell the leader of a nation they'd attacked that they "didn't do anything wrong" and that both nations should take time to rebuild. Finding an excuse to crush them completely is actually pretty much the only viable course of action, because that's tantamount to explicitly promising to attack again the moment the Empire is once again the weaker party.
7th Mar '16 2:37:30 AM WhatRayDid
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* VillainHasAPoint/OnlySaneMan: the Emperor's actions are portrayed a driven more by emotion than logic (plus, y'know, giant tiger demon god), but his position on the "new" government of an enemy nation, which appears to consist of exactly the same people as the previous government and is headed by the son of the dictator he had a beef with in the first place, isn't exactly unreasonable. And while re-starting a war after peace has been declared is nominally a bad idea, that enemy nation, which is governed by essentially the same people as it was during bloodier days and only stopped its parade of war crimes and persecution because it was too damaged to continue, is essentially taking the diplomatic position that it wasn't at fault. In other words, an enemy nation that waged a genocidal war of oppression the last time they had sufficient strength, just sent an ambassador to tell the leader of a nation they'd attacked that they "didn't do anything wrong" and that both nations should take time to rebuild. Finding an excuse to crush them completely is actually pretty much the only viable course of action, because that's tantamount to explicitly promising to attack again the moment the Empire is once again the weaker party.

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* VillainHasAPoint/OnlySaneMan: VillainHasAPoint / OnlySaneMan: the Emperor's actions are portrayed a driven more by emotion than logic (plus, y'know, giant tiger demon god), but his position on the "new" government of an enemy nation, which appears to consist of exactly the same people as the previous government and is headed by the son of the dictator he had a beef with in the first place, isn't exactly unreasonable. And while re-starting a war after peace has been declared is nominally a bad idea, that enemy nation, which is governed by essentially the same people as it was during bloodier days and only stopped its parade of war crimes and persecution because it was too damaged to continue, is essentially taking the diplomatic position that it wasn't at fault. In other words, an enemy nation that waged a genocidal war of oppression the last time they had sufficient strength, just sent an ambassador to tell the leader of a nation they'd attacked that they "didn't do anything wrong" and that both nations should take time to rebuild. Finding an excuse to crush them completely is actually pretty much the only viable course of action, because that's tantamount to explicitly promising to attack again the moment the Empire is once again the weaker party.
7th Mar '16 2:37:09 AM WhatRayDid
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* VillainHasAPoint/OnlySaneMan: the Emperor's actions are portrayed a driven more by emotion than logic (plus, y'know, giant tiger demon god), but his position on the "new" government of an enemy nation, which appears to consist of exactly the same people as the previous government and is headed by the son of the dictator he had a beef with in the first place, isn't exactly unreasonable. And while re-starting a war after peace has been declared is nominally a bad idea, that enemy nation, which is governed by essentially the same people as it was during bloodier days and only stopped its parade of war crimes and persecution because it was too damaged to continue, is essentially taking the diplomatic position that it wasn't at fault. In other words, an enemy nation that waged a genocidal war of oppression the last time they had sufficient strength, just sent an ambassador to tell the leader of a nation they'd attacked that they "didn't do anything wrong" and that both nations should take time to rebuild. Finding an excuse to crush them completely is actually pretty much the only viable course of action, because that's tantamount to explicitly promising to attack again the moment the Empire is once again the weaker party.
20th Oct '15 7:38:44 PM RuTsuna
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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: [[http://www.meekcomic.com/comic/2-27/ Tesa blurts her racism out like an idiot.]] [[http://www.meekcomic.com/comic/2-28/ Phe's response?]]
20th Oct '15 1:01:53 AM RuTsuna
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* HeartWarming: [[spoiler: Also TearJerker. The citizens of the Northern Territories leave so many flowers for the deceased Phe's statue that they block the entire courtyard.]]

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* HeartWarming: HeartwarmingMoments: [[spoiler: Also TearJerker. The citizens of the Northern Territories leave so many flowers for the deceased Phe's statue that they block the entire courtyard.]]
20th Oct '15 1:00:38 AM RuTsuna
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* {{Heartwarming}}: [[spoiler: Also TearJerker. The citizens of the Northern Territories leave so many flowers for the deceased Phe's statue that they block the entire courtyard.]]

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* {{Heartwarming}}: HeartWarming: [[spoiler: Also TearJerker. The citizens of the Northern Territories leave so many flowers for the deceased Phe's statue that they block the entire courtyard.]]
20th Oct '15 1:00:15 AM RuTsuna
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* {{Heartwarming}}: [[spoiler: Also TearJerker. The citizens of the Northern Territories leave so many flowers for the deceased Phe's statue that they block the entire courtyard.]]
5th Sep '15 1:48:18 PM Morgenthaler
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* MemeticSexGod: According to the female readers, it's not rape if it's with Amen -- it's surprise sex you totally know you wanted.
-->'''Gina:''' Angora is always naked because Amen looked at her. Once.
30th Jun '14 1:25:05 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* CrossesTheLineTwice: [[http://fc05.deviantart.net/fs70/f/2010/144/f/f/y_hallo_by_alexds1.png This image]] (from the author's DeviantART gallery) skirts the line between [[AscendedMeme funny]] and [[NightmareFuel creepy]], as does [[http://fc01.deviantart.net/fs70/i/2010/153/5/0/bigass_3_38_silly_panel_by_alexds1.jpg this one]].

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* CrossesTheLineTwice: [[http://fc05.deviantart.net/fs70/f/2010/144/f/f/y_hallo_by_alexds1.png This image]] (from the author's DeviantART Website/DeviantART gallery) skirts the line between [[AscendedMeme funny]] and [[NightmareFuel creepy]], as does [[http://fc01.deviantart.net/fs70/i/2010/153/5/0/bigass_3_38_silly_panel_by_alexds1.jpg this one]].



* EnsembleDarkhorse: The Dagre, for all that he appears for a handful of pages, has a massive amount of fanart on Deviantart.

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* EnsembleDarkhorse: The Dagre, for all that he appears for a handful of pages, has a massive amount of fanart on Deviantart.Website/Deviantart.
14th May '14 11:50:36 AM SeptimusHeap
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* [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotSymbolic What Do You Mean, It's Not A Halo?]]: The cover of chapter 1 uses a leaf as an obvious symbolic halo for Angora, a character who may well turn out to be TheMessiah.

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* [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotSymbolic What Do You Mean, It's Not A Halo?]]: The cover of chapter 1 uses a leaf as an obvious symbolic halo for Angora, a character who may well turn out to be TheMessiah.a MessianicArchetype.
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