Strip him of his orb (if he has one)? Strip him of his arms? I think the world would be a little safer with this guy disarmed (PUN TOTALLY INTENDED BABY). Adopt his sidekick as your own?
Seriously this guy wanted to enslave everyone, he should end up in jail for a long time.
Gettin’ a little barbaric here, but taking anything of value plus his thumbs would do the trick.
Tane has a zero tolerance policy for maniacal despots.
PLEASE kill him. >:|
Lol. He specifically asked not to be killed.
Yes, but HE didn’t say please.
Kiiiiiiick his butt, kick him senseless. Put that jerk inside an orb prison, then bounce him around like a tennis ball.
Sam has a zero tolerance policy for Jerky Jerkfaces.
“Oh hey, Tane! I just realized what my villagers felt when they yelled that to me! Crazy, huh? I think I’ve grown as a person since the events of last minute. Whaddya say?”
“Hmmm, let me think about it. Hmmmm. No.”
Kill him, Tane. He didn’t say “please”.
Gonna be interesting seeing what happens to this dude’s orb if Tane kills him.
Since that’s sort of the guardian’s hole role. They keep all the spirits trapped in those orbs.
Might be a bit too much work for Tane to attend to two orbs at once. Might have to find some new student who can learn to keep the orb in check, but that’d throw their entire mentor system into chaos.
Plus can you imagine what that would mean for the village? Idem’s already barely adequate with his orb, then they bring in some new rookie student learning it all late in life.
Yet if it turns out it’s just too much trouble to kill him then that’s gonna have a lot of implications about this Guardian system as a whole. A guardian can slaughter a whole village and still be so necessary that he can’t be put to death. Even if The Guardians choose not to call themselves rulers they still have all the power in that scenario. Nobody can truly hold them to any law unless they voluntarily submit to it.
decisions… decisions. Thanks for such a cerebral comment!
Who guards the guardians?
Sounds like the Guardians by necessity police eachother.
Voss slaughtered his whole village, because he had the orb and this makes him powerful. Quite likely no ordinary law enforcement officer can detain him so long as he has that orb.
The question is how effective The Guardians are at policing eachother. How much work is involved in creating a scenario where Voss doesn’t just walk away with his orb, free to keep on doing as he pleases with the power that orb gives him? If The Guardians can’t even police eachother effectively then truly they answer to nobody.
I mean, there’s clearly a lot more to the world that we haven’t seen yet. There’s a big threat vaguely looming, and all we’ve seen so far is pretty much one village. The Guardians wouldn’t be very effective at policing each other, considering how we didn’t hear about the slaughter of an entire village until he came to take over this one.
Unless there are itinerant guardians – really powerful guardians who go from village to village to make sure the guardians stay in line. Or some sect of templar-like people who have anti-spirit powers and hunt down rogue guardians.
There are still a lot of questions that we don’t have answered about the overall structure of their world. Where are/are there big cities? How do they function? Do they have multiple guardians? What’s the overall governmental structure, and how does it respond to the existence of guardians? Or is this all just incredibly decentralized? If that’s the case, how does organized trade work without central hubs?
So I wouldn’t rule out the existence of an anti-guardian organization that we just haven’t heard of yet.
Perhaps Soma is trying to be some kind of Guardian police. Speaking of Soma, I’ve noticed something about her. She’s kind of a Guardian, she is a wanderer, never staying in one place for long, she uses a bow that she materializes from thin air, and she has a hooded cloak. She’s a Nightstalker Hunter from Destiny.
Heh. Too bad the one person who actually needs an orb just left. Ah, well, I’m sure her orb will be obtained in a sufficiently badass fashion.
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