A Returner's Magic Should Be Special Korean

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Ch. 22
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Are we supposed to feel empathy for the stupid noble?
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Oho
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Guy looks like Saiko Metori for a moment
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How clever... the commoners led a rebellion killing the nobles, so they decide to oppress the commoners even more after that, yeah that's going to work very well for them in the long run.
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Yeah, yeah. Revolutionist kill your parents. Think why they try to do so if your mind is not retarded yet.
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Yeah yeah, revolutionists are always good guys... Go read about Louis XVII.
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Say it with me - Hate Hate Hate Hate Hate Hate Hate, runs in his blood deep.
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Last edited 2 mo ago by Damn_SkippyF5.

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ohh noooo they dont portray the nobles as one dimensional evil characters, how can my fragile ego every recover from this great disturbance.

Last edited 2 mo ago by optiso.

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The pros and cons of a revolution are often debated within the domestic sphere of a nation, as many here see so.
But for foreign powers? A revolution in another country is a delicious once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for expanding your influence.
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That's how you get another revolution, damn nobles! Off with their heads I say(unless they submit to the will of the people)! Magic guillotines. ?
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Since the nobles are still very much in power and alive mostly, we can guess that this revolution 10 years ago failed. We don't know why, but we can guess it's because their combined army had a lot more mages and that the commoners couldn't really compete with that.
At least that would explain why they fear commoners getting good at magic so much, they remember magic prowess was the one difference that saved them.

Last edited 2 mo ago by Fim.

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the facts:
there was a revolution 10 years ago.
some commoner called him guilty and another blamed the death of his son on a noble (actual reason of death unknown*)
nobles currently treat commoners like second class citizens.
we don't know what happened before and after the beheading of that one noble.

glad to see a backstory for the rivals.


unknown* could be executed (un)justly, could be honorably fallen in the line of duty, could be negligence higher up causing a needless death
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I just finished a class on revolutions, understand unlike in stories the elites who decide to help the common people typically end up being killed by them.
(Not always, George Washington didn't)

This is for several reasons.
1 they're on the "enemy's" side due to their position.
2 they're highly visible because they're hanging around trying to help.
3 attempts at helping are either seen as weakness or bribes (I'll give you money to go away).
4 when things go south, they don't run.
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Um... I'm pretty sure she was blackmailed into it...
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All nobles' heads should be in spikes
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This can be related to red haired dude’s master. His master knew such behaviours against the commoners caused the revolt and having nobles like him would cause such revolt again.
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Shitty Nobles and Their Policies >> Overbutthurt Commoners >> Revolution >> Commoners Won >> Shitty Nobles Beheaded >> Son of Nobles Watched that >> Outraged >> Eternal Hatred
Because Humanity So shit, The gods led desctruction upon them throught The Shadow Labyrinth
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He's been thru some shit but he still a psycho bitch
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kill the bourgeoisie ! eat the rich!
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