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I don\'t really get why Connor is labeled an HeroicSociopath. His problem to me seemed to be that he felt too much for his comrades and his cause. His attitude (except his reaction at the grave site) was the most down to earth of the three and saved the team\'s hides and the mission more than once while still showing feelings for others (something a sociopath doesn\'t have). If anything he\'s closer to an AntiHero who is very HotBlooded.
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I don\\\'t really get why Connor is labeled an HeroicSociopath. His problem to me seemed to be that he felt too much for his comrades and his cause. His attitude (except his reaction at the grave site) was the most down to earth of the three and saved the team\\\'s hides and the mission more than once while still showing feelings for others (something a sociopath doesn\\\'t have). If anything he\\\'s closer to an AntiHero who is very HotBlooded. Plus an HeroicSociopath is suppose to be funny and Connor is far from that.
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I don\'t really get why Connor is labeled an HeroicSociopath. His problem to me seemed to be that he felt too much for his comrades and his cause. His attitude (except his reaction at the grave site) was the most down to earth of the three and saved the team\'s hides and the mission more than once while still showing feeling for others (something a sociopath doesn\'t have). If anything he\'s closer to an AntiHero who is very HotBlooded.
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I don\\\'t really get why Connor is labeled an HeroicSociopath. His problem to me seemed to be that he felt too much for his comrades and his cause. His attitude (except his reaction at the grave site) was the most down to earth of the three and saved the team\\\'s hides and the mission more than once while still showing feelings for others (something a sociopath doesn\\\'t have). If anything he\\\'s closer to an AntiHero who is very HotBlooded.
Changed line(s) 1 from:
I don\'t really get why Connor is labeled an HeroicSociopath. His problem to me seemed to be that he felt too much for his comrades and his cause. His attitude (except his reaction at the grave site) was the most down to earth of the three and saved the team\'s hides and the mission more than once while still showing feeling for others( something a sociopath doesn\'t have). If anything he\'s closer to an AntiHero who is very HotBlooded.
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I don\\\'t really get why Connor is labeled an HeroicSociopath. His problem to me seemed to be that he felt too much for his comrades and his cause. His attitude (except his reaction at the grave site) was the most down to earth of the three and saved the team\\\'s hides and the mission more than once while still showing feeling for others (something a sociopath doesn\\\'t have). If anything he\\\'s closer to an AntiHero who is very HotBlooded.
Changed line(s) 1 from:
I don\'t really get why Connor is labeled an HeroicSociopath. His problem to me seemed to be that he felt too much for his comrades and his cause. His attitude (except his reaction at the grave site) was the most down to earth of the three and saved the team\'s hides and the mission more than once. If anything he\'s closer to an AntiHero who is very HotBlooded.
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I don\\\'t really get why Connor is labeled an HeroicSociopath. His problem to me seemed to be that he felt too much for his comrades and his cause. His attitude (except his reaction at the grave site) was the most down to earth of the three and saved the team\\\'s hides and the mission more than once while still showing feeling for others( something a sociopath doesn\\\'t have). If anything he\\\'s closer to an AntiHero who is very HotBlooded.
Changed line(s) 1 from:
I don\'t really get why Connor is labeled a HeroicSociopath. His problem to me seemed to be that he felt too much for his comrades and his cause. His attitude (except his reaction at the grave site) was the most down to earth of the three and saved the team\'s hides and the mission more than once. If anything he\'s closer to an AntiHero who is very HotBlooded.
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I don\\\'t really get why Connor is labeled an HeroicSociopath. His problem to me seemed to be that he felt too much for his comrades and his cause. His attitude (except his reaction at the grave site) was the most down to earth of the three and saved the team\\\'s hides and the mission more than once. If anything he\\\'s closer to an AntiHero who is very HotBlooded.
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