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User Info: Ein

Ein
1 week ago#41
Your_Master posted...
He took the lives of child soldiers, most of which Edelgarde enlists in her desperation to conqurer Fodland. Self defense is not a crime, and Dimitri's "guilt" only goes to show that he's genuinely good at heart.

This is entirely headcanon. Dimitri never says they were child soldiers or that he was defending himself.

User Info: DiogoShadowJorg

DiogoShadowJorg
1 week ago#42
Your_Master posted...
VagrantElton posted...
I'll have to agree with the children bit. Dimitri factually admits to it in BL, and while we can speculate that it is referring to child soldiers, it still remains just so, speculation.

Factually, he took the lives of children, and you cannot blame people for reacting to that.


He took the lives of child soldiers, most of which Edelgarde enlists in her desperation to conqurer Fodland. Self defense is not a crime, and Dimitri's "guilt" only goes to show that he's genuinely good at heart.


Good at heart, yes, but can be an annoying bleeding heart as a result.
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User Info: DiogoShadowJorg

DiogoShadowJorg
1 week ago#43
Ein posted...
Your_Master posted...
He took the lives of child soldiers, most of which Edelgarde enlists in her desperation to conqurer Fodland. Self defense is not a crime, and Dimitri's "guilt" only goes to show that he's genuinely good at heart.

This is entirely headcanon. Dimitri never says they were child soldiers or that he was defending himself.


Considering his MO, it doesn't need to be said. We all know the kind of people he killed. The ones who tried to kill him and those who were on Edelgard's payroll.
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User Info: TwerpKnight

TwerpKnight
1 week ago#44
Ein posted...
Your_Master posted...
He took the lives of child soldiers, most of which Edelgarde enlists in her desperation to conqurer Fodland. Self defense is not a crime, and Dimitri's "guilt" only goes to show that he's genuinely good at heart.

This is entirely headcanon. Dimitri never says they were child soldiers or that he was defending himself.

And your assumption that Dimitri being clean-shaven points towards his personality in the first half of the post-timeskip being fake is also headcanon since him being able to grow a beard or needing to shave a beard is never stated in-game.
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User Info: Your_Master

Your_Master
1 week ago#45
Ein posted...
Your_Master posted...
He took the lives of child soldiers, most of which Edelgarde enlists in her desperation to conqurer Fodland. Self defense is not a crime, and Dimitri's "guilt" only goes to show that he's genuinely good at heart.

This is entirely headcanon. Dimitri never says they were child soldiers or that he was defending himself.


Wrong. Dimitri mentioned in a support that he had to fight the children he used to help train at the monestary. Also it would have been out of character for Dimitri to randomly kill children who had nothing to do with him. Dimitri makes it clear that he only kills those who get in his way of defeating the Empire. The only kind of children that would do so could only be child soldiers and given what Edelgarde is like it's not hard to imagine her enlisting child soldiers. Especially since those kids lived at the monestary around the time when it was attacked. Dimitri has always been about defending the weak so it's clear that you are the one making baseless headcanons.
Stay on topic.

User Info: SanguineCalamus

SanguineCalamus
1 week ago#46
It is weird. And this FE is less afraid about giving < 30-looking males facial hair like Claude, Seteth, and some generics.

Even weirder since Hubert can lose his razor...
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User Info: Ein

Ein
1 week ago#47
Your_Master posted...
Ein posted...
Your_Master posted...
He took the lives of child soldiers, most of which Edelgarde enlists in her desperation to conqurer Fodland. Self defense is not a crime, and Dimitri's "guilt" only goes to show that he's genuinely good at heart.

This is entirely headcanon. Dimitri never says they were child soldiers or that he was defending himself.


Wrong. Dimitri mentioned in a support that he had to fight the children he used to help train at the monestary. Also it would have been out of character for Dimitri to randomly kill children who had nothing to do with him. Dimitri makes it clear that he only kills those who get in his way of defeating the Empire. The only kind of children that would do so could only be child soldiers and given what Edelgarde is like it's not hard to imagine her enlisting child soldiers. Especially since those kids lived at the monestary around the time when it was attacked. Dimitri has always been about defending the weak so it's clear that you are the one making baseless headcanons.

I already debunked this in this very topic. The line about killing children does not refer to the youths he trained:

I've debunked this numerous times already, please stop spreading misinformation. The line about killing children does not refer to the same event for two reasons:

1. The attack by the kids raised by bandits is in Byleth's A support, which depending on your playthrough could happen chronologically after the Fhirdiad scene, or not at all

2. He didn't even kill the kids that time, he captured them:
https://imgur.com/fdl7r1S

Thus, the Fhirdiad scene where he admits to killing children refers to a different incident, most likely his murder spree during the timeskip.

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StellaLunaris
1 week ago#48
SanguineCalamus posted...
It is weird. And this FE is less afraid about giving < 30-looking males facial hair like Claude, Seteth, and some generics.

Even weirder since Hubert can lose his razor...


That wasn't for his own grooming...don't accept any meat pie he offers you...
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User Info: Celica

Celica
1 week ago#49
Get a new hobby

User Info: Your_Master

Your_Master
1 week ago#50
Ein posted...
Your_Master posted...
Ein posted...
Your_Master posted...
He took the lives of child soldiers, most of which Edelgarde enlists in her desperation to conqurer Fodland. Self defense is not a crime, and Dimitri's "guilt" only goes to show that he's genuinely good at heart.

This is entirely headcanon. Dimitri never says they were child soldiers or that he was defending himself.


Wrong. Dimitri mentioned in a support that he had to fight the children he used to help train at the monestary. Also it would have been out of character for Dimitri to randomly kill children who had nothing to do with him. Dimitri makes it clear that he only kills those who get in his way of defeating the Empire. The only kind of children that would do so could only be child soldiers and given what Edelgarde is like it's not hard to imagine her enlisting child soldiers. Especially since those kids lived at the monestary around the time when it was attacked. Dimitri has always been about defending the weak so it's clear that you are the one making baseless headcanons.

I already debunked this in this very topic. The line about killing children does not refer to the youths he trained:

I've debunked this numerous times already, please stop spreading misinformation. The line about killing children does not refer to the same event for two reasons:

1. The attack by the kids raised by bandits is in Byleth's A support, which depending on your playthrough could happen chronologically after the Fhirdiad scene, or not at all

2. He didn't even kill the kids that time, he captured them:
https://imgur.com/fdl7r1S

Thus, the Fhirdiad scene where he admits to killing children refers to a different incident, most likely his murder spree during the timeskip.


There's still nothing that implies he went out of his way to kill Innocents.
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