::shakes head:: Dude, I'm sorry, I'm just not buying into the whole "When I say you are aware of the price" equals "Bring me babies" as payment. You are right about Hordak not caring about Keldor becoming freaky lookin', but I don't think he asked that to Keldor because he was concerned or anything. I think it was more like:Originally posted by Seahawk
Nope. I think it makes perfect sense. Do you honestly think Hordak would care that Keldor would become disfigured? No. Hordak would want some sort of payment.
"Dude..okay...I can save your butt, but there might be a little side-effect involved, are you okay with me doing this still?......oh, you don't care what the side effects are? Okay, fine here we go then..."
To answer your original question, "Do you honestly think Hordak would care that Keldor become disfigured?", I'll have to agree with you in that "No, Hordak would not give a rat's butt about Keldor's looks". I agree with you that he'd want something in return, but I don't know if he said in that episode that he wanted one of Randor's kids.
Yeah, okay, but dude Hordak might not have been asking him about the whole baby-snatching thing at that time. I know he's an evil, bad mama-jama, but I honestly don't think we have enough to go on yet to start saying "She-Ra's coming back! She-Ra's coming back! YAAYAYAYAYAA!!! " or anything.Originally posted by Seahawk
Sure Keldor being transformed into a floating skull for a head is a sacrifice Keldor had to make to be saved, but again, Hordak would want something in return, that's the way evil people work, in order to get something done you have to do something.
Hey, we could both be totally off on this one, maybe Hordak wanted to get with Evil-Lyn or something as the "price" for fixin' Keldor..::shrugs:: We won't know until someone comes flat out & says it though.