Jerk, on 31 March 2011 - 01:04 AM, said:
I think Craft and (nameless) have similar personalities.
I have been saying we had the same problems for 1500 pages!
Jake, on 31 March 2011 - 01:10 AM, said:
But the thing is, he didn't ask for the free services like food, and he could care less about being popular.
Remember how he's treated at his school? He would rather be left alone then the center of attention.
And if you read carefully, you can see that he has tried to pay money at things like restraunts and stores, but because of his status as the city's "Hero" he's always getting free service. He just sort of said, "Screw it. I'm not bothering with this anymore." and started accepting the free meals.
He dosen't want everyone to be obsessing over what he does to help the city or over him, but at the same time he dosen't want everybody to hate him as well.
He just wants to be left alone.
Ah, so instead of isolation due to his power you are saying that the infinite morals of the realm are instead trying to stick to him. however, none of them mean anything to him because they are just there for the gift? He is surrounded by people, but people just arn't enough? That makes sence as it once again leads us to the whole, "fill the hole with as many people as you can/overcompensateion" theory.