Clearly you are my greatest failure. Now at long last, you will die.
Again Mengsk activates the Xel'Naga artifact. As the lightning from the artifact tears at her flesh and cracks every part of her body, Kerrigan rasps an answer:
This is what I’d have wished to see. But it is just a fantasy, not the actual ending. ↩
The one thing I resent about Kerrigan in Starcraft 2 is that they made her weak.
In SC1 Kerrigan embraced and ruled the swarm. She started as strong terran, never to let anyone talk down to her, never afraid to say what she wanted. Then she got infested, and she prevailed over the infestation, becoming the queen of blades, ruling the Zerg instead of being ruled by the Overmind.
In the cutscenes of SC2 she’s a helpless wreck, ever reliant upon the help of others and exposed as a tool of the overmind to free the swarm from Amon.
It feels as if someone wrote the story to deconstruct the legend of the queen of blades. The in-game story seems much better, though. ↩
The European Copyright directive threatens online communication in Europe.
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