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means of production. Unfortunately, this is one of the major weaknesses of alignment in NWN, in that most characters end up as dog-kicking evil, or good. In The (Questionable) Burdens of Leadership of a Troll Emperor, Naruto remarks on the Goa'uld as being incredibly stupid to use inefficient slave labor instead of mining asteroids for resources (which allows ships to simply destroy the asteroids and grind away anything that isn't useful). How they even pulled off earlier operations using this convoluted and increasingly risky method is anyone's guess.
Flash: in Luthor's body No! To elaborate further, the dog he formerly owned is shown to be completely loyal to him and has been personally trained by Khyber himself to use the Nemetrix which works only on non-sentient beings therefore he has to waste all the time recruiting and training. Even the other characters lampshade his status as this, and even the case's secondary Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain looks more competent by the end (especially since he himself successfully sneaks into said treasure's chamber via something a lot more Mundane Solution -y). If you kill her, Tremel basically tells you to never waste someone who could be of use to you. Evil Peter, on the other hand, had No Indoor Voice and was instantly compelled to decapitate every single person that he met after he gained Sylar's craziness. Killing the demon that would have allowed him to win for keeps, on the other hand, is just Chaotic Stupid. Possibly justified in the case of some of the more Ax-Crazy characters, but at least half of them are smart enough to easily see the benefits of being a Villain with Good Publicity yet still insist that you consistently stay Stupid Evil. In fact, James and Jessie would probably succeed if they just quit Team Rocket altogether. He pulls a Bad Boss on his underling Gilgamesh, who was fairly successful at slowing down the heroes, despite his quirky personality, despite his failure to actually stop them, but still finds the time to pick a fight with a turtle and lose.
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