Darkmoon6789 Posted May 22, 2020 Share Posted May 22, 2020 2 hours ago, Blackstarskywalker said: I think it is more honest to say "I don't like Edelgard because I don't like her methods" than to say "I don't like Edelgard because I think she had other alternatives to achieve her goals". Here several colleagues have masterfully explained the little margin that Edelgard had to fulfill her objectives. Either it was war, or she could go to a summer house to eat sweets and leave things as it were It should still be pointed out that even if she does go to a summerhouse and eat sweets and just leave things be. There would still be a war, she just wouldn't be personally involved with it. I guess the follow-up question is if inaction by her part would make her equally responsible for the events that follow, as participating directly in starting the war. In my opinion it would be like letting the world burn around you just because you are unwilling to take personal responsibility for what happens with your people. I wouldn't say she would be less responsible for the upcoming conflict at all, just that in one case she is responsible through neglect and another she is responsible through direct action. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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