Gretel doesn’t like this dwarf, clearly ;)
So this sinful dwarf is Happy, am I right ?
Also is Hansel that cold to everyone that isn’t his sister or is he slowly coming around to enjoying the group company as they bond as teammates ?
Plus It’s easy to see that of the two Gretel is the more emotional one as she has a good heart and the strength to back it up and express it whether physical or emotionally.
I’m not sure where you get that he’s cold to everyone except Gretel.
If it’s from him not trying to help them get away, he’s a little busy trying not to get caught himself. Doesn’t mean he’s cold, just means that he knows he won’t be able to help them later if he gets caught now.
Marcus> Yep! Funf equates to the “happiest” dwarf ;) And Hansel can be a bit of an iceberg. Reminds me of Goldie in a way. He is just extremely analytical and logical. The cold comes from his calculating mind but he cares first and foremost for his sister, yes. On the reverse of that, though Gretel expresses a lot easier, he is just as emotional when it comes to certain things. If you were to try to hurt Gretel, for instance, I don’t think he’d seem as calm and collected.
pointe4Jesus> you are correct that Hansel is a bit busy. As each room differs, even down to how it affects each character, he’s trying to play it safe. But even the best laid plans…
As a very ‘analytical and logical’ person I might SEEM to be very ‘calm and collected’ in that situation. There was a situation in college where I was told that part of a (reel-to-reel, but that’s the only type there was then) tape of mine had been used by my housemates. They thought I was not mad and concluded that I never got angry about anything. In the mean time I had immediately concluded that my ‘stuff’ was not safe in the house and was planning to put a dead-bolt lock on my door and get everything of importance inside my room. Only then (safe from retaliation) would I raise the point that what they had done was unacceptable. I was not ‘mad’ because they had disqualified themselves as ‘people’. The possible repercussions (if this had turned out not to be a trick) would not have been limited to actions that are normally acceptable (note the ‘disqualified themselves as “people”‘, above).
So, yeah, Hansel might appear to be very calm while contemplating the equivalent of nuclear war. (Which he might if somebody got seriously nasty with Gretel.)
I really wish I could take out the last sentence in that first paragraph. It sounds much worse now than it did when I was writing it.
Thanks for the amend note. It’s okay, dude. Obviously, you felt it as a keen betrayal. I get it:)
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