The Legendary Dark Knight Sparda (SPOILERS FOR FRANCHISE)

#81FireMage7777Posted 4/8/2013 9:53:59 PM
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You expect me to be that creative? I'm flattered, just admit that Vergil has no substance and we can end this.


Nope. I'm just using your logic, any character that has tropes has no substance, so name me a character or story with no tropes...or admit that you can't appreciate Vergil for some reason or another


You seem to be ignoring the fact that I said solely relying on, you know ala vergil.


Again, so does every fictional character then...


No Vergil is a hollow vessel made to house the tropes he is built around, no personality outside of those tropes, thus shallow and lacking in substance.

@Snipa_Wulf...
So you're more of a glass half empty kinda' person, hun?


*buzzer sound* Vergil is actually an onion of tropes, like pretty much every well written character. There's several layers of characterization there. It's like people writing off Mercutio in R&J, despite the fact that he's one of the deepest characters involved
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#82ZeroX91Posted 4/8/2013 10:15:25 PM(edited)
Nope, he has about three layers (at most so maybe one of those baby onions in a can of peas). Vegeta has more depth and he barley qualifies as a generic archetype.
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