I see a lot of people around and especially in the YT area lots of videos on this new Felwinter stuff. "Oh man this was such a great addition to his lore and it really helped Rasputins character..." etc etc etc.
Is it just me or did this entire 'revelation' just stink of bullshit? Ok I admit the Felwinter backstory was mildly interesting and if it had been followed up by a cohesive and immersive response from the characters around us I may have accepted it.
Firstly, Zavala. He never really trusted Rasputin and now the AI has just *admitted* to murdering hundreds of pre-guardian guardians in cold blood over some jealousy. And he expects everyone to just be cool with it if he says "nah it's fine cause I was really sad about it after!".
Next, **SALADIN**. I mean where to even start. This dude assumed for all these years that Rasputin... I don't know made some kind of mistake (?) or tried to defend itself against invaders? Now he gets the knowledge that not only was he tricked int... keep reading on reddit ➡
Im not joking, this is literally it.
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