>>40556318>Well... there's always the chance I'll find one that's at least kind enough to give me protection
There is also the chance that as soon as they are done 'helping' you, they immediately claim you for themselves thereby fulfilling the curse. Remember there are no easy outs from a curse, like finding a bully hunter>Why can't they?
Because its a curse and they didn't place it on you. If one Ninetales could nullify the curse of another then RRT/BRT would have been a short game if you picked Vulpix as your form>I don't want to imagine what it would be like to suffer though centuries of servitude and humiliation for the one who took everything from you
You do realize the irony of this right? Think of the franchise this discussion is set in.>Yeah, that's what I was going for. This kind of situation applies to that.
Yeah except you couldn't do anything as the issue here is a curse which you didn't set in motion. You can cure curse with another curse.>So what this and every other previous post is BASICALLY saying is that the Vulpix line is an evil geneology of murder and malice?
No. Never implied once. In fact I've been implying the opposite by not having the Ninetales resort of mental reprogramming, violence, or physical torture. Only mischief and endless patience. The comparison to Isaac from Black Tapestries was to imply to turn you around to her she'd throw you to humans and let you experience life as genuine slave to show you how much better life would be if you only submit to her in reparation of pulling her tail>Wellp, time to fire up the extinction machine. Not like humans haven't done it before in the Pokemon world.
Yeah and look what happened, Xerneas placed one of the most horrific curses on AZ in the franchise, true immortality. He went from being literally the most human in the franchise to the most powerless longing for the sweet sweet release of death, literally describe every moment of his life as agony. Have fun with that.