08/28/2012 02:29 AMPosted by MillenniumEnsuring the safety and well being of one's race, now that's something I would hardly call evil.
I'm also rather suspicious of Tyrael's motivations; it's pretty clear he doesn't want Kulle's help and is only accepting it out of dire necessity, which makes it look like he's trying to set himself up in the role of humanity's savior despite his insistence that that's our job. Which is at odds with his complete inaction from the time you bail him out in Act 1 until Rakkis Crossing in Act 3, and further inaction from the Demon Gate until The Heavens themselves are threatened in Act 4, which give the impression he's more concerned with the well-being of his own kind despite his protestations to the contrary.
02/04/2013 03:04 AMPosted by GutrachopEnsuring the safety and well being of one's race, now that's something I would hardly call evil.
He chose to murder me after I brought him back to life.
THAT is the very definition of evil, at least according to dictionary.com
"morally wrong or bad"
Is some murder morally correct!?
08/29/2012 02:48 PMPosted by VaeflareI think that he, like most characters, would believe that he was the hero of his own story. Whether others view his actions and motivations as good, evil, or somewhere in-between depends entirely on their perspective.
09/03/2012 11:20 PMPosted by MidmagicKulle probably isn't dead since the player didn't go through some elaborate "imprison the guy with a clue" ritual like the Horadrim did.
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