Tharja: How Awakening Made a Good, Bad Character. [Fire Emblem: Support Science #14]
Tharja: How Awakening Made a Good, Bad Character. [Fire Emblem: Support Science #14] Ghast
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 Published On Jan 13, 2018

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Tharja is a Plegian Dark Mage who joins Chrom and his army in their effort to defeat King Gangrel and save Lady Emmeryn. After recruiting her, it won’t take long to realize that she’s obsessed about Robin. She’s a total stalker: following them everywhere, paying attention to literally every single they do and thinking about them even in other support conversations she has. She’s also generally pretty weird, anti-social, unfriendly, selfish and manipulative. Such personality traits seem problematic in a game that highly values friendship and marriage. How then, can a woman so unfriendly and cold, and whose heart is seemingly dedicated only to Robin, able to work in a game like this?

Tharja isn’t a kind woman most of the time, and usually doesn’t want to interact with others if she has nothing to gain from them. As it stands, she’s like the anti-thesis of the themes of companionship and “bonds” that Awakening strives to underscore.
It prompts an important question: Does she even deserve to belong in this cast?.. Yes, I do. I very much believe so.


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