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SeptimusHeap
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08:56:52 AM Apr 17th 2014
Gemmifer
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02:37:40 AM Mar 16th 2012
When surrender means death and running is impossible why is a last stand considered heroic? It is just a form of staving death off for a little while longer. Doing it they might show a lot of determination and endurance. But there is no choice and doesn't heroism have to be a form of choice?
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