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Subj: Putting words into people mouths is not a good way to start a debate
Posted: Wed May 09, 2007 at 10:05:09 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Re: Isn't having Ares on the team a recipe for disaster. Another bad choice by Shell-Head?
Posted: Wed May 09, 2007 at 05:53:38 am EDT (Viewed 1 times)

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> Consider unlike Thor who could check his ego at the door and work along side mortal superheroes for a greater good. I don't see that as plausible for Ares going by his recent mini as he refused to take order from his half-brother Herc.
> You have a very hot headed egostitical god who for thousands of years lead his armies into bloodly savage battles and usually see most mortals as insignificant outside a very small group of people.
> Also would he really seriously taking orders from a woman even one as powerful and skilled as Warbird. I just remember how felt about women in his mini as bringing only weakness to men.
> I'm sure other could bring up other points. Doesn't this seem like a bad idea?

uhmm...so you mean you'd rather have someone as stupid and as boring a character like triathlon instead of a reformed god in Ares, being on the current mighty avengers roster?

I never said I would rather have Triathlon on the team. I do not where you even got that.

I was pointing out that while Ares is trying to be a better person. He even admits in the mini he had, that he was a fool to deny who he was.

I'm pointing out that he has a long history (Myth wise) of going into excesssive bloody force method.

He is exetremely emotional and often filled with bloodlusts.

I'm pointing out that Tony & Warbird were intending to use him as a nuke resort.

I'm raiseing vaild points that he could be a disaster for the Avengers.

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