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Her Havoc Mode is her true form.
Is that the hair-color changes?
No it's when she does this:
Huh she looks a little bit like Warís Chaos Mode.
Edited by slimcoder on Dec 3rd 2018 at 7:19:35 AM
Has it ever been stated whether the Horsemen are blood siblings or more brothers in arms type deal?
Cause if itís the latter Iím now thinking War & Fury may be related.
The Nephilim are an artificial race Lilith made using the remains of Angels and Demons, which led to Absalom's creation. All other Nephilim were spawned from his existence. In a way all of the Nephilim were siblings.
The tragedy of the Nephilim is that they are an existence that has no place in Creation. Granted, any sympathy they could have had was lost when they decided the best solution to this was genocidal conquest.
Edited by M84 on Dec 4th 2018 at 12:12:11 AM
Oh right, Lilith did artificially create them.
I wonder what the exact process was & if there were any rankings or castes.
At least the four did the right thing in the end.
Edited by slimcoder on Dec 3rd 2018 at 8:03:32 AM
The Four did the right thing...by committing genocide on their own brethren. Right thing to do or not, that has definitely weighed on them. Especially since the Four are still treated like shit by everyone else. Heaven, Hell, the Council...just about everyone still hates and fears the Horsemen.
It makes sense that the rest of Creation feels this way though. Not only are the Four demonstrably extremely powerful and dangerous, they literally do not belong in the universe. At least over the course of the games the Horsemen gain a measure of respect from the people whom they actually meet face-to-face.
How scared is everyone of the Four? The entire plot only happens because everyone is afraid of the Four. The third game outright reveals that the Council wants the Four dead.
Given that it was Lilith who did it, it's probably best we don't know the details.
As for rankings, the only thing that was confirmed was that Absalom was their leader.
Edited by M84 on Dec 4th 2018 at 12:13:38 AM
Itís one of the most compelling traits about Death, the guy is just so full of guilt.
And not just for killing his own brethern, other acts heís done like the Grand Abominations & such. War seems fine, Fury is ambitious, Strife is unknown but Death is just worn down from being the eldest & most self-aware.
He may put up a front but he is genuinly mournful of all the atrocity's heís committed in the name of keeping the balance.
It is pretty tragic. He has all the potential to be a noble hero (evidenced by the fact he can be a pretty sweet guy) but he is forced to do evil acts because the universe is just that horrible.
No wonder he regrets betraying his own race. Itís hard to do the right thing if everyone is just gonna keep hating you no matter what.
Edited by slimcoder on Dec 3rd 2018 at 8:17:41 AM
Each of the Horsemen seem to have coped in different ways. War seems to have tried taking satisfaction from acting as an honorable warrior (after his failed attempt to rebel against the Council in the comics). Death as you mentioned has a full blown guilt complex and feels compelled to take responsibility for just about everything — hence why he tries to prove War's innocence in II. Fury chafes the most at the lack of respect the Horsemen receive, which is part of why she's so dang hot-headed and ambitious. Strife we don't know much about yet though it seems he's the one who cares the most about the helpless victims of the massive conflicts the series revolves around. Strife seems to be the most outright heroic and compassionate of the Four.
Edited by M84 on Dec 4th 2018 at 12:23:53 AM
That all or most of them are really dickish doesn't help either.
They are effective at their job but they are not subtle at all.
I remember in the novel War had a job to do in Heaven & he basically just charged in the place Chaoseater out.
No wonder Uriel disliked him at first.
Edited by slimcoder on Dec 4th 2018 at 1:57:42 AM
Chicken or egg?
I've taken down another Sin but have to realize I am still suffering a severe case of Damn You, Muscle Memory! while fighting. Using R1 to dodge is not what I am used to. Hell, I keep pressing L1 to block. (There is no block button.)
What do you mean?
Do people hate them because they are dickish, or are they dickish because people hate them?
Fury certainly flaunts her disdain for humans pretty openly but seems to be a tsundere about the whole thing.
I was surprised to find out Darin De Paul was the voice of Sloth, I could have sworn it was Mark Hamill!
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