Why do people like Genesis?

#52
I don't see how changing from an utterly selfish prat -- one who would raze the world if they could no longer be part of it -- to someone selfless in their service of something/someone else can be called anything but redemptive. That's, like, a classic example for goodness' sake.

He may remain misguided, but, yes, redemption in a case like this has everything to do with motivation and intention.
Motivation and intention don't qualify redemption to me if the actions of the person are still evil or morally misguided.
 

jazzflower92

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#53
Motivation and intention don't qualify redemption to me if the actions of the person are still evil or morally misguided.
That would be called Designated Hero which is trope describing when a story says a character is heroic but the audience notices he isn't.
 
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