Day 20 of 28DCD: Regrets

Grawnk is pretty fatalistic about life. I don’t mean that he believes everything is predetermined, because he believes the exact opposite, but he is of the philosophy that what is done is done, and there’s no point in dwelling on it. Being as emotional as Grawnk can be, this isn’t always 100% the case. Outwardly, Grawnk might wish he had killed his father, but inwardly, It is very unlikely he would if presented with the opportunity. This reasoning can’t be fully explained, but if I had to guess, it’s probably because Madrog was once important to Arliah.

Grawnk is still young, and his time in Skyrim brief, so not having regrets may one day change. In fact, it is almost a certainty.

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4 thoughts on “Day 20 of 28DCD: Regrets

  1. I like his philosophy it suits him and it also paints a giant target on his back for you as the author to try and break him of that philosophy. While means more drama which means more comedy too which means more Grawnk goodness for everyone!…my logic is flawless…maybe

    • You’re all a bunch of sick bastards. I kid, I kid. No, everything can’t always be gumdrops and lollipops for Grawnk, and eventually, I’m sure he’ll have to modify his beliefs and attitudes to deal with whatever comes his way.

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