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Animal
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  • Type: SeFi
  • Development: lll-
  • Attitude: Unseelie

Personally I find Cortez unimpressive, but I know many people don’t agree with me. She strikes me as bland, nothing special and unoriginal, but I suppose she is a run-of-the-mill product of our time.

Of course everyone’s definiton of hero is different. I’d consider a hero – or even a villain- someone with more timeless impact and lasting power. Someone who makes a real difference on their own rather than fitting neatly into some pre-established paradigm.

Peterson, for example. A self-made, self-defined person with an original viewpoint that isn’t just a rehash of another echo chamber.

But thats just me.

 

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