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Why these characters need to die.... Spoilers...I guess?
- Taimi's involvement led us to a machine that put two elder dragons to sleep in one episode - Good thing that Mary Sue's already dying. Let's speed up the process.
- Kashmeer gave us all illusions to look like Joko's generals which led to us overthrowing Balthazar, as well as the initial line that led us to revealing that Lazarus was Balthazar. I'm sure there's lots of other things I'm missing but she's a major Mary Sue and needs to die too!
- Kashmeer's lover that's a necromancer whose name I can't remember that made that bone bridge way back when before we got Aurene's egg in Season 2? That Mary Sue is the reason we've reached this point of the story. Kill her off immediately. (Oh, that's right.. her name's Marjory)
- Faren - even admits to being the greatest and answer to every problem in Tyria - Mary Sue - get rid of this one fast.
- Braham - has a magical scroll or bow or something now and shows up through the mists in the middle of abandoned ruins of Istan from a continent away in the North - Also has a ghost mother that tells us when to move the plot forward - Mary Sue. Just get rid of him, his ghost mother, his enchanted scrolls, and his convenient shield bubbles when buildings are collapsing on us.
- Gorrik and his intricate knowledge of insects made us realize that the scarab plague wasn't nearly as dangerous as it could have been. Deus ex machina! Kill him off quick!
- Jenna - this one is the worst. Shields an entire city full of people, creates illusions of elder dragons, talk about a real Mary Sue. This one shouldn't last longer than two more episodes or the integrity of the story will be undone and become nothing but complete failure in the industry moving forward.
- Rhytlock, - mary sue, magical swords from gods that he just lets us borrow whenever we want to kill something that takes a little extra effort. Dives into the mists and comes back after being gone for ages and has new stronger abilities. What a Mary Sue. We can't have characters just coming back whenever they feel like it. It doesn't make any sense and lessens the impact of them being gone in the first place. Easy, cheesy writing. Obviously we should get rid of him before he does anymore damage to the story.