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Posted: Tue May 15, 2007 4:26 am
by mizor
Actually some Nietzscheans remained loyal to the Commonwealth during the civil war. Thre were NIetzscheans aboard the 'Stary Wisdom' in The Banks of the Lethe

Posted: Tue May 15, 2007 4:33 am
by banshee
Ah, good point mizor. I'd completely forgotten about that. Actually, Khalid was seemed disappointed in the rest of the Nietzscheans.

I like Khalid.

Posted: Wed May 16, 2007 1:59 am
by mizor
According to All Systems a fair number of Nietzscheans remained loyal to the Commonwealth. Plot bunny alert. What wouldlife be like for a loyalist Nietzschean after the war?

Posted: Wed May 16, 2007 6:09 am
by banshee
Hey, that could easily be a challenge, you know ;)

Posted: Fri May 18, 2007 6:09 am
by mizor
Feel free to make it one. My plate is full with three stores I'm working on and one Beta reading project. Maybe someone will like to pick up on it.

Re: Tyr Anasazi

Posted: Sun Oct 21, 2007 9:30 am
by avengingwatcher
from what i've seen the neitzschens were not expected to be traitors, hence the reason it was such a big suprise when they turned on the commonwealth. the long night crushed much of the beautiful side of what it mant to be a neitzschen, which is why i didn't like the depiction of drago musevni in s5. actually having read the translated Nietzsche he is NOT a strict survivalist, it would not be the highest point of humanity he did feel strongly that the common man should be elevated though i think the would have felt like the clans were against his teachings. having said all that tyr turned out to be a big dissapointment, //-spoiler-// cow-towing to the abyss like he did was just out of character for someone who felt himself superior //-spoiler-//

Re: Tyr Anasazi

Posted: Sun Oct 21, 2007 11:09 am
by banshee
Hi, avengingwatcher!

I agree with your point about Drago Musevini. From the way all of the other characters reversed him throughout the series, I was really looking forward to this character that had all the personality of Tyr AND Rhade to the power of 10! But in the end he turned out to be a sad little joker of man. That being said, I haven't watched Season 5 in a while - my opinion of him is a little faded.

But I'm still upset with the way Tyr's character was written off. I can understand at the end of Season 3 when he takes his "rightful place" among the Nietzscheans, but his dealings with the Abyss in Season 4 are just.. so out of character.

For all he is a self-serving Nietzschean, he was never stupid.