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 Forge's True Intentions / Needless Fighting

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New Kid

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PostSubject: Forge's True Intentions / Needless Fighting   Fri Sep 19, 2014 12:43 am

For a long time I have been wondering about the true morals/alignments of characters in Paranatural.
Here, Forge has just injured the train to try and get rid of Spender because he heard how powerful Spender is, although he didn't know about the kids at the time. Immediately afterward, he kills one of the dog monsters. Is it a case of evil fighting evil, or do the dogs think Forge is a traitor? After all, he later talks about finding a powerful spirit
as if he wants guidance. If he had been allowed to enter Mayview, would he have tried to become a "good guy"? How much does Spender know about the powerful spirit hiding in Maview? IS FORGE TRULY EVIL? DISCUSS!!!
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PostSubject: Re: Forge's True Intentions / Needless Fighting   Fri Sep 19, 2014 9:31 am

I've mentioned this in a comment chain on one of the pages... and I don't remember which one... so I'm gonna write it here too.

I've always thought of Forge as Chaotic Good. You know, like Batman. He does everything he can to uphold what he thinks is "good" -- everything. Even if it means doing things that seem bad at the time. He even psychoanalyzes that part of him in his rant on... *scours archive* gosh darnit where is that thing... Anyway, he was talking about how people like him and Spender "burned the present for a brighter future" or something like that.

That being said, I don't think Forge is a villain. Even if he were a villain, very few villains in modern stories are actually evil. They just have their own, misguided sense of good. I kind of miss evil villains. Whatever happened to wrecking stuff for the sake of wrecking stuff?
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PostSubject: Re: Forge's True Intentions / Needless Fighting   Fri Sep 19, 2014 7:38 pm

Chaotic Good sounds right, but he also seems to be interested in proving his strength. Hence the fighting spender thing. I doubt his arc ends right here, though, and I don't think we have enough information yet to piece together exactly what it is he's after.
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