QUOTE(Fresh_Coffee @ Mar 9 2005, 05:17 PM)
would waste your
time making a hater thread about an anime character and your
telling the anime character to get a life? That is just freaking hilarious.
Actually it's supposed to be you're
for the last bold.
That aside, in my more rational moments when I'm away from watching Hagaren (for the 100x) I can feel pity for Wrath.
When I'm watching him though (not often) I just feel this underlying continual bubble of annoyance. At that point there is nothing I want more than for him to die, go away, die.
I can understand his need for a mother, I can even make concessions to his whining (you learn to make lots of concessions when you have a four year old brother like I do), but I can't stand the way he hurt Izumi.
To be honest, I was a bit annoyed that Izumi babied him so much, since I knew he was just going to turn around and spit at her face.
The one person who would have protected him unconditionally, the one person who loved him and cared for him was Izumi, and he didn't want her. Oh no, instead he chose Sloth who didn't give a damn about him.
He continually asks for understanding, but did he understand the reason why Izumi gave him to the gate? No. He just tried to kill his own mother, who sacrificed half her organs just to bring him back to life.
Being a homunculus and living in the gate for so long, he should have known the sacrifices necessary to create him in the first place. But noooo...I think Wrath's a classic case of selective memory.
On an off topic sidenote, I can't stand Envy either for similar reasons. He whines too, although less blatantly than Wrath.
"I hate my father for creating me blah blah blah I want to kill him blah blah I hate Edward blah...." Shut up.
Okay, and now I better run before all the Envy lovers flame me.