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Killing a 24 year old woman who can hardly fight should be a piece of cake for someone who is practically immortal. Yet Dark Rose fails to do this over-and-over again. In Black Shadow's eyes, this is demonstrating weakness, and deserves no less than the most critical of punishment.
Rose always heals, and her scars are always removed with the advanced medical science Dark Million retains. But the emotional wounds are permanent.
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But in this continuity they are just sick and cruel. I seem to recall Blood Falcon asking if they should "practice" on Rose.
The silhouettes do an excellent job of highlighting not just their blacken souls but really ups the intimidation factor as well.
They help convey the image of an abused child locked in a closet without light for hours, only to dread the light that comes with the open door because they know this light does not bring salvation, but the news that their abuser has returned ready to go another round.
Deathborn is the only F-Zero character I choose to disregard. I've always liked Black Shadow being the top bad guy, not a lackey.
But as I recall, Deathborn was only his boss in F-Zero GX.
Ah, that's true. If Black Shadow is this powerful emperor of evil, why must he have to answer to Deathborn, who had only his interests at heart?
But you know, in the prologue, I began thinking he was somewhere in F-ZERO X before. As soon as he told Shadow, "Better not fail this time," I thought, "So these two know each other."