So how would any hero from fiction react to a random civilian managed to sacrifice himself/herself against a dangerous blow from a villain or any deadly hazard for their safety?
would they be sad or mad about it?
They’d be mostly sad but then find reconciliation to be better heroes possibly.
They’d also possibly take human life a little more seriously (not to say that they didn’t in the first place, but it’d be eye opening if this was the first time it happened)
- If the hero is some kind of a vindictive, justice-incarnate vigilante I would think they would react with anger and indignation.
- If the hero is some kind of a naive, idealistic protector with twisted (extremely high) sense of duty or high opinion of himself, I would imagine that they will lament the lost and maybe even get depress/lost their self-esteem.
- If the hero is some kind of a battle crusader dealing against an impossible odds, i would say that the sacrifice may inspired him to carry on and persevere
- If the hero is some kind of a no-nonsense, seasoned veteran or some kind of a jaded anti-hero who experience a lot of losses already he would just deal with it as a matter of factly and move on to whatever agenda he is involve with.
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