Some of the greatest villains of literature are really, when it comes down to it, such great villains because we know they are right. Cardinal Richelieu in the Three Musketeers, for example, is clearly far better for France than the king (who is a fool).
On 22/07/2012, at 3:43 AM, Mark wrote:
>> >> Another big thing is not getting lost in the trivia. Instead of going on about 50 minor cults of the Lunar Empire the Lunars are now what they should always have been... the bad guys. >> >> Don't get me wrong. It's not black and white, but they definitely have some Melnibonian glory to them in this edition of Glorantha.
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