Eyrie Productions, Unlimited
Jan-03-14, 02:21 PM (EDT)|
7. "RE: FI/TWI: Nothing That Is In Between"|
In response to message #4
>I quite liked Agreement in Principle, and the line about snipers
>sometimes being a statement was particularly amusing. But the ending
>felt too simple. Beria gets shot, which okay I was expecting, but in
>the meantime Azulas people manage to neutralize any backup without any
>on screen trouble and she just walks out? I get that they're very good
>at what they do, but it felt too simple, too clean. At the time, I was
>talking to OM, one of the other occasional posters, and he agreed that
>it felt too easy. It didn't feel like Azula to make a plan go that
>flawlessly. Her luck's not as bad as her brothers, but it has its
I think this is a case of Beria making his own luck. He was probably trusting too much in not being recognized as either himself or an agent of Muspelheim, as well as betting that somebody who hadn't been around 300 years ago wouldn't know the history of the building. This is fine, but he left himself with only one path to victory.
Overconfidence is a bitch.
"Well, let's see. You didn't have any counter-snipers in place, you didn't have anybody trying to spot her crew coming in..."
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