Before you question my topic. I am referencing the fact I opened a topic titled "Too Nice?" Which was me just gushing a character concept and asking if you guys thought he was soo extreme that he was sort of bad. This is sort of the same thing. Except not sure nice is the right word. See, the girl. In my work actually died. But she lived a great life before dying- even if she died young. See, she was a master of the arts. Great singer, an actress, even a master of magic, to which she used for self defense as well as entertainment. I am nearly convinced a nicer person could not exist. She is the kind of person, that if a mugger attacked her and tried to steal her purse. She would invite them to dinner. In the sense that this is what she would believe: "A hungry man is no enemy of mine. I can't imagine the desperation his situation has caused him. A kind word, some encouragement and perhaps a sympthatic ear? If we, who have more bread than we need, were to share it with them more often? Perhaps we may find a world of less muggers tomorrow." Not to say she can't be angry, but it is certainly a rarity. She is quite humble too. She is quite honestly the best magician on Earth, and yet she refuses to adknowledge it. Shrugging off praise as nothing she has earned. Thing is, tragically she dies at a young age. She had two daughters, a 4 year old and another daughter that was born just before she died. She died from injuries she recieved a few days before. Thing is. In the afterlife, I can see how she would react to what happened. And yet, I don't think her reaction is what we would expect. She was a great person, to whom helped more than could have even been expected of her. Kind as could be, and she was killed as a means of extorting her husband. The man that killed her has killed millions. And is holding her husband against his will under the threat of returning and killing the two daughters. The daughters ar completely unaware of this. If there was anyone to be angry at. It would be him. Right? Yet I can't see her hating him. I see her being told these things in the afterlife and I see her reaction being like this. "It is horrible, but anger feels wrong. To hate, feels like I should have had expectations to something else. To expect the universe to bend to my favor? That feels wrong. I am sad, very sad that I will not get to hold my daughters, or raise them, but that won't stop me from loving them. I had a great life, even if it was short. Some don't even get that. Plus, if I allow this man that destroyed me, to curse me with anger. Then I lose even more. I think I have let him take enough. I will not permit him to take away my smile. As of now my daughters are alive and living quite happily. What more could I ask for?" If asked if she hates the man that killed her. I see her saying. "No. I feel sorry for him. To be so deluted that we would destroy the flowers that have yet to bloom for any reason. I feel he is misguided. And I am sad for that. Don't get me wrong. I am not planning on doing him any favors, but if I were presented with a chance to rescue him, by which I mean help restore him of what ever casted him down into such darkness. I would. For what reason does keeping soemone in the darkness serve? I may not like him, but we are all pieces in a greater structure. My goal, as it always was, is to that structure. If he can become a force of purity, than he is my ally. Even if I may still not like him." So what do you guys thing? Is she way to pure? Do you kind of wish you knew someone like this in life? I imagine she would be a delight to talk with.