I disagree, and I suspect you haven't seen as much of her character as there is to offer.
Ah, hereâ€™s the guy that saying other people were â€˜bitchingâ€™ on another thread for expressing an opinion.
Nice to have a reaction from you at last bud â€“ I can definitely rate your opinion highly, given that you try to tear the throats off everyone on this forum, in your insipidly highfalutin way.
Iâ€™ve read all Mintharaâ€™s opening dialogues â€“ youâ€™d want to have the IQ of a gnat not to notice sheâ€™s pushing the evil agenda so hard itâ€™s almost painful. Your stoic defence of her one-dimensional-ness is as much as Iâ€™d expect from one whoâ€™s whole attitude to forum debate is one-note slander of anyone who writes something you donâ€™t like hearing.
Anyway, Iâ€™ve made my point, youâ€™ve made yours. Hope you donâ€™t write any books any time soon pal, thatâ€™s all Iâ€™m saying.
First of all, let me point out that D&D was historically made based on alignment. Goblins bad. Elves good.
â€˜First offâ€™ let me point out that whether itâ€™s called DnD or anything else, itâ€™s a story mate. And all good writers do this thing called â€˜thinking outside the boxâ€™ â€“ not within it, which is what you seem to prescribe.
What was Irenicus again? An elf, from what I remember. Didnâ€™t seem like such a nice elf, did he? Maybe that's why he actually seemed interesting and not some clichÃ© like evil-Drow Minthara.
Iâ€™m only in my 30s â€“ youâ€™d think old boys like yourselves (correct me if Iâ€™m wrong) would have seen more of â€˜real lifeâ€™ to know people donâ€™t just act like ultra-good elves or ultra-evil Mintharas.