You realize that she sacrificed children, her own included, which is still enough to warrant her heinous actions. Even Ego from Guardians of the Galaxy did a similar action to his own children as well.
There's still work to be done, but you did great :-). You can list this page on your "pages I created" list.
Also, seasons 3 and 4 of the TellTale game seems to be unpurchaseable. I once had season 3 on my phone, but erased it to install the first two seasons again, because I wanted to start season 3 with the plot directions I chose in earlier seasons. Now I just can get it on my app store. STEAM isn't too helpful either. How do I get these seasons for phone/computer?
I have a cellphone and a laptop. I can't afford buying consuls. Only PC games once in a long while. I wish I could play it on PC/phone. I have the first 2 seasons on the phone, and I used to have Michonne season.
Please vote for both or one of the 2 transparent png pictures of the infobox of Mortal Kombat 11Kronika the Keeper of Time (including the Lady Kronika-removebg.png picture under the infobox's secondary line named "Crowned" as I personally & honestly recommend).
So there is a new rule regarding putting in the Pure Evil category. I accept my week-long ban. I’m sorry I didn’t notice, but I thought that proposal for Swan was made a long time ago. User:AustinDR, you say that you’re a contributor for TV Tropes. This entry still exists there:
Swan is a student at San Romero High School who uses necromancy to start a Zombie Apocalypse as revenge for being mistreated at school. A gothic outcast who was cruelly bullied, Swan subverts a Freudian Excuse by ordering the zombies under his control to infect everyone in their path rather than only those who tormented him; this results in the deaths of many innocent people. He states that being rejected by Juliet was what sent him over the edge, but the game's cutscenes show him watching her from afar without ever speaking to her. This suggests that he's exaggerating when he accuses her of "rejecting him," and had taken it as a personal offense when she started dating another guy. His ultimate plan is to use Juliet as a pawn in his ritual to summon an enormous super zombie in order to destroy what he sees as a rotten world, all because he got picked on and couldn't talk to a girl he liked.
Did you just discuss with the tropers that Swan is not a CM? I’m just asking.