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  1. I think it was the old gimmick of taking...

    I think it was the old gimmick of taking Superman's powers away then making him fight someone who still has powers.
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    Didn't one version basically live in the...

    Didn't one version basically live in the Themiscyran embassy?
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    That's actually part of the reason heroes in...

    That's actually part of the reason heroes in Marvel are mostly in super groups. These groups often have dozens of characters associated in some way. SHIELD was a literal army and any hero...
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    Poll: So you like reading stories where the writer...

    So you like reading stories where the writer railroads the characters into making horrible decisions?
  5. I play Champions Online a LOT. And it's flight...

    I play Champions Online a LOT. And it's flight system is far from OP in combat. The trick is to not have the player fighting enemies that can't harm you while you're in the air. The game has a wide...
  6. Also Batgod cheats like no other in martial arts.

    Also Batgod cheats like no other in martial arts.
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    Poll: The trolley problem isn't a real choice. That's...

    The trolley problem isn't a real choice. That's the POINT of the trolley problem. It's a fake choice with an obvious right answer.
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    That's actually a BIG thing in Marvel. A LOT of...

    That's actually a BIG thing in Marvel. A LOT of heroes in Marvel DON'T. It's why the registration act went the way it did. I wanna say less than half actually maintain a secret identity, but I'm...
  9. Yeah it's the point where Batman realized he was...

    Yeah it's the point where Batman realized he was a dangerously unstable lunatic. Problem is that it came an hour too late.
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    Poll: No I'm saying the question Arion asked was dumb...

    No I'm saying the question Arion asked was dumb because Arion was using a vague generalization as a reason not to act. When people discuss this sort of thing for real, they know that choices aren't...
  11. Yeah, Batman writers tend to avoid thinking about...

    Yeah, Batman writers tend to avoid thinking about the implications of what he does. "Batman doesn't kill"... not even to save the lives of others. However he makes contingency plans to...
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    Poll: The point is though, you don't make decisions...

    The point is though, you don't make decisions from the PoV of an omniscient narrator. Also it's faulty logic to blame the hero for the actions of the villain. One can say it's about making the...
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    Poll: Yeah, I loved this scene:...

    Yeah, I loved this scene: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9TyxxLHfBwE

    Why? because it's reasonable. You kill multiple people and you use hostages as human shields, and you wanna tell me whether...
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    Ah, but that's the thing: Do they? I mean it...

    Ah, but that's the thing: Do they? I mean it kinda makes the entire secret identity concept pointless if you can't hide your identity.
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    In the old myths it had that some of the Amazons...

    In the old myths it had that some of the Amazons were daughters of Hercules. So kinda like demi-goddesses.
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    Does that require her to do anything but dress in...

    Does that require her to do anything but dress in baggy sweats before volunteering at the soup kitchen?

    The problem with a Batman style secret identity is that it takes a LOT of time to maintain...
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    What did they do with it? I don't even remember...

    What did they do with it? I don't even remember seeing the lasso used in them.
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    Poll: It reminds me of the scenario in Superman: TAS. ...

    It reminds me of the scenario in Superman: TAS. A bad guy tried to force Superman to choose between saving A or saving B. Superman saved them both then told the bad guy why he shouldn't try that...
  19. But, is it actually Superman's fault? It feels...

    But, is it actually Superman's fault? It feels more reasonable to say that if not for Superman ALL of Gotham would have been destroyed.

    From a certain PoV Batman sounds like a spoiled child. ...
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    Honestly? I can't condemn them for it. Who has...

    Honestly? I can't condemn them for it. Who has done better than the DCAU?
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    It's a weird thing to have characters written to...

    It's a weird thing to have characters written to have unknown identities but still be trusted by the public. It's less realistic than having super powered aliens. the idea of secret identities...
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    Yeah, ok, but a big part of that is that Superman...

    Yeah, ok, but a big part of that is that Superman had his own series and Batman had TWO series of his own. The bulk of that character development wasn't in JL. so it's not a fair comparison.
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    this kinda fits with the greek myths since there...

    this kinda fits with the greek myths since there was a group like that in the myths.
  24. Well, that depends on how the story is written...

    Well, that depends on how the story is written and the tone of it. I'd probably go with one though. It's simpler and gives you more room to work on that one.
  25. I was just using that as an example of defining a...

    I was just using that as an example of defining a character that doesn't lock them at a specific point in their life.
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