Its like having a big mystical cork on the end of his sword. Its like taking that decision away, like he would if he could. Or maybe Ive been hittin the ambrosia too much...Originally posted by pidgerii
I recall Dean Stefan saying that the Sword in the cartoon was to go to a person who had not killed with it, but he didn't mention whether it was a mandate from Mattel that it must be so. I can understand the need for this in a cartoon and a PG-13 comic but it really makes the idea of possessing a sword as his primary weapon redundant. Hell, it's like being given a block of chocolate and commanded not to eat it. If he's going to have that restriction put on him then why didn't they just give him the Cudgel of Power?