Tyr Anasazi

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Post by mizor » Tue May 15, 2007 4:26 am

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

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Post by banshee » Tue May 15, 2007 4:33 am

Ah, good point mizor. I'd completely forgotten about that. Actually, Khalid was seemed disappointed in the rest of the Nietzscheans.

I like Khalid.

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Post by mizor » Wed May 16, 2007 1:59 am

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?

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Post by banshee » Wed May 16, 2007 6:09 am

Hey, that could easily be a challenge, you know ;)

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Post by mizor » Fri May 18, 2007 6:09 am

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.

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Post by avengingwatcher » Sun Oct 21, 2007 9:30 am

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-//

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Post by banshee » Sun Oct 21, 2007 11:09 am

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.

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