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In case you’re confused about the third panel, here’s a blast from the past.
Stop giving me warm fuzzies!
The best antagonists are those who exist in the grey area of ambiguity.
He may still have sentiments for her, but I wouldn’t put it past her to put even a simple, but hidden spell on that ring. One that she wouldn’t think to look for.
That was my thought Link. And now she should be closely examining it.
Why would you think he is a villain? Looks like a visionary to me, with the corrupt oligarchy disapproving of his noble goals.
I’m not willing to say he’s an out and out villain, but he’s definitely shady, and who knows if his methods are the best.
It might be more accurate to call him an antagonist. His earliest appearances were full of villain-type symbolism as well; though he really didn’t do anything truly villainous, he did tend to stand in shadows and keep a watch on the protagonist from behind the scenes (usually the mark of a manipulative villain).
This is true. Charlie even called him out on it. Seems like he may just really have a dramatic flair. Maybe that overpowers what others see in him, so instead of seeing his ideas and possible forward thinking, they just see an “evil” ham.
Like a deviled ham?
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