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>>134168722>A redemption arc for world's best dad? Actually that would be pretty heartwarmingPretty much
but I realize that's a little too obvious of a conclusion, nonetheless a happy satisfactory one, so it wouldn't be doubtful if one were to criticize it leaves a lot to desire. Obviously it shouldn't be dragged on for too long, but what I mean is it sets the stage for some heart-provoking drama, the kind to explore the complicating of a shattered dad and son bond, that slowly recovers through its time. My ideal is to show each's own feelings for another, contempt or otherwise.
I remember holding this philosophical talk with a friend of mine sometime ago over it, and we hit the stride with the conclusion being they both have plenty to learn from another. Summarily, Rotor beholds itself once more and chugs on shock on learning he's increasingly pragmatic and grumpy just like his jerk of the father, setting on course to open himself more. In turn, Tundra ultimately reaches its boiling point, leaking out all his senile fervor, opening more room for that tiny bit of flourishing bluebell, giving way for its spread, learning it's not all about might. Even, it's not might, but belonging and love to fund the lace back for his son, as he reflects he has been blinded in anger and apathy for so long, over the few tragedies that hit old man's heart like a train over and over.
Cheesy, but that's good. When I ever get around, I really would like to write down this premise. It just sounds heart-felt and kino in my mind. Hi again, thirst bud!>>134299420
I goddamn wish. If I were ever in charge of the franchise, wouldn't think twice before making the FFs available in the games and give all the screentime possible for best boy. Also explore more of Rotor and Tails' brotherly bond.