Characters Dan And Mabs Furry Adventures Discussion

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Caswin
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08:36:39 PM May 30th 2010
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Regarding Aniz's conspicuous lack of love from the fandom next to the rest of the cast, or, um, lack thereof: What about Kria (red-eyed two-horned bovine/demon Being-eater), Aaryanna (card-carrying monster angling for a class in "pain and terror"), Fa'Lina (for all the good she's done, headmistress of SAIA and its myriad horrors), and Regina (let's let her tell it)? Destania was arguably up there too until just recently, and... I'll grant that Dark Pegasus doesn't have many people rooting for him, but he's still far more widely liked on a "cool" level than hated. I'm not set enough to get in a fight over the entry, but Aniz does stand out.
SomeNewGuy
08:43:51 PM May 30th 2010
The only remotely villainous thing Fa'Lina's ever done was abducting Dan and forcibly enrolling him. And its made clear that she doesn't really approve of the more...dark classes at SAIA, Destania's in particular.

I concede to the others though.
Caswin
08:46:34 PM May 30th 2010
I'm curious, where is that made clear? She did fight Destania over, y'know, torturing children, but she's also (as I mentioned on the page) admitted to being an "insane sadist" with a big grin on her face.
SomeNewGuy
08:53:04 PM May 30th 2010
Wait, what? When did she ever say that? And yeah, I was more refering to her disapproval over Destania's depravity, but seriously, how much worse can the rest of SAIA be compared to her atrocities?

Bah, point is, I just see Fa'Lina as morally ambigious instead of outright evil. But that's just how I see it. She's certainly more noble then most of the "evil" Cubi shown thus far.
Caswin
09:01:36 PM May 30th 2010
edited by Caswin
Well, she didn't say it, but Dan described her that way (in response to her "semi-omnipotence" speech) and she was all, "Well, that too!" and claiming it comes with the territory. I've heard other people speculate that her fighting Destania had more to do with her love of children, but this probably isn't the place for it. In any event, well-spoken.
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