NeverLoseGuy.3894 Posted March 1 Share Posted March 1 (edited) This episode, as lackluster as it may be, has a lot of potential story-wise. The underlying theme and metaphor of descending into the deep abyss perfectly describes The Commander's mental state and their downward spiral which has been building up more and more throughout the storytelling, *especially* in this episode e.g. the journal and the implications of their struggle between end of the latest xpac and this episode, as well as their reactions during the final fight and how they became increasingly volatile as you progressed. I'm highly concerned that all of this will be dealt with in a matter of episode or two. This kind of things don't just end in that amount of time, especially when there is so much emphasize not just in here, but also from previous content. Trauma and mental health is also not something you toss to the side like it's just another problem to solve in a matter of days, it takes time to deal and gradually recover, if you ever recover from it. Judging from the reactions and the dialogues, it's also clear that this is not something they have fully dealt with internally, and I hope if it will be dealt with in the future, have it done in a proper pace and not just an one-off episode, please. Edited March 2 by NeverLoseGuy.3894 8 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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