Re: The Culture explores 40K II: Now With 100% more Fanfiction
Originally Posted by Fan
That seems like a lack of compelling drama to me, in a situation where people ARE going into dangerous situations there is supposed to be some element of risk.
If negotiations go poorly? They have no reason to worry.
If anything bad happens ever? There is no danger, emotional or otherwise because they can just make it better.
It's part of why I do understand some people's dislike for things like Superman, only this is Magic Immune, Kryptonite Immune, Sword of Superman Possessing, White Lantern Ring Augmented, Sun Dipped Superman V.S. Aquaman in a desert world, under a blue sun.
Yeah I get that. In the book itself the conflict was if this one human could beat the game that the book revolved around and in general it was the conflict around if they could reform this Empire without slaughtering everyone.
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