Features Metal Gear Solid:
Consequences of our Father Perhaps the following statements are not as fluid as before, but the fact of the matter exists in the psyche some characters pass down to others.
For instance, Big Boss maybe consider a despotic, megalomaniac with hopes of world turmoil, whereas Liquid Snake is more of psychotic mastermind driven by self-recognition alone, but in the same essence, both when looked through black and white eyes both men are considered: If you look at the apparent corruption of their bloodline, you would feel compel to think that all the people that come into contact with them are also "infected" with their insidious psychology, or at times join voluntarily just attribute to their sadistic appeal.
Many came into contact with his view of quest for power and dominance It happened with Gray Fox, as he became the Head of Zanzibar mercenary corps.
Almost an allusion to B. Once again, Ocelot managed to not only learn and gain from Liquid MG Plans but to use him as his pawn for Solidus, who was also used as means to an end for the Patriots. Big Boss once managed to maintain somewhat, benevolent during his days as an U. Both the inheritance of darkness is still infecting their blood.
Solid Snake is in part, infected by Big Boss own darkness, his bloodline is tainted as his brothers, and through the constant pressure they maintain over Romantic view of death 2 with the actions they have executed, can in some way affect him?
Can Solid Snake become one day, the fearing mastermind that will succeed in becoming the despot his predecessors failed to be? Big Boss, Liquid, Solidus, and others have failed before, and only Solid Snake has been left standing, but why just him? Can he become corrupted I guess is all speculation, but like they say: The apple does not fall far from the tree.
First off I will admit to thinking Big Boss True Nature lies somewhat more separated than his "son", but once again I am still arguing that he preferred the dominance of a few rather exceptional people above ordinary men.
Whether or not he felt in some way remorseful in his megalomania is somewhat of a mixed bag, I mean, Big Boss perhaps felt more sympathy for humanity after being a witness to a great myriad of conflictive accounts in his life, but he still chose his vision of life to be a violent one.
He determined at a certain point whose life had more value, or was more expendable, and as such, he crossed that very thin line we all try to see.
It might have been a blur to him, but he still crossed it. However he knew the consequences of that election and when Snake, his son, rival and fellow soldier stopped him he had no regrets making his death have a meaning, a motive for others to continue living and fighting for either side of the coin without hesitation, and causing more instability than you may think.
He had a choice not to continue warfare, yet he decided it was more appropriate for him, whether he died or not was of no matter, he preferred that life, and if he did in fact perish, there was no other alternative but accept his failure, both in his venture and his ideal.
Problem lies in the fact that Snake made him a martyr for those who found a path in war, both good Solid or bad Ocelotand as such created a domino effect for people to follow or admire, yet while he accepted his faith, that is completely different from grieving his election to create savagery, he never felt sorry for constructing a new creature of destruction to prove a point, and as such, left others to clean up, or continue his work.
Now as a person, yes he had perhaps a heart to measure his motives, but they were still ill causing; FOXHOUND members did the same, they cross the line, and in their case but it felt as if it was more of a refuge, or a blessing to finally meet their end at the hands of a friend and ally as Snake, without having to create a catastrophic consequence, since Shadow Moses was a failure in a way.
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