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Late Great Donald Blake
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Nucleon

Subj: Re: I Made My Mind; Thorion Wins, And Here's Why;
Posted: Wed Jan 13, 2010 at 05:48:51 am EST (Viewed 27 times)
Reply Subj: I Made My Mind; Thorion Wins, And Here's Why;
Posted: Tue Jan 12, 2010 at 03:35:27 pm EST (Viewed 64 times)

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Because Sinestro is in control.

Trauma's would have been better. He thinks like a phsychiatrist, and would have been able do what Hatman wanted to do; find a fear out of Namorg to exploit. As Sinestro, he might (what Hatman proposed was brilliant), but not as well, or as fast as Trauma would have.

Namorg can't at the same time fear Sinestrobos, and then pursue him into the sun.

As for Thorion's Amalgam I care little about Katara's blood water tricks, that sounds exactly like a plot device-driven power, but the fact that the fight takes place in an environmant that boosts not one, but two of his amalgamated characters's got to amount to something.

If it wasn't for that, I would have had a much more harder time deciding.


"Namorg can't at the same time fear Sinestrobos, and then pursue him into the sun."

This point that Nucleon's made is pretty much what was the tipping of the scales for me. It's a pivotal but elusive point. Sinestrobos's own strategy is sort of at odds. On the island, the environment is heavily in Thorion's favor, and in the unlikely event that Namorg is crippled by fear he's not about to leave the battlefield where he's most powerful.

---the late great Donald Blake



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