Hmm, interesting so you're saying he represents the nothingness? I don't see it all that much but that concept could of been loosely incorporated. Also, space is essentially the space that matter does not occupy which is essentially vacuum, but considering dark matter theories and what not, it's really hard too say space is truly purely vacuum.
Originally Posted by FallBird
Ah, a fun question what is evil. Straight up its anything that causes us harm and ending the world would affect us negatively so we would perceive it as evil. To quote Shakespear "Nothing in this world is good or evil, but thinking makes it so." To consider it evil as the audience it have to enjoy ending the world as opposed to just fulfilling its role.
Which story are you talking about?
Originally Posted by Elnava
It's possible some aspects of Satan were incorporated, but since GF would never admit that. The greatest evidence for the Giritina = Satan theory is the Renegade classification and considering what's Lucifer's story is it's possible.
Originally Posted by Seraphina
... -_-' What, were you expecting a cookie?