* Of course this is discounting the OTHER future where Genesis goes homicidal and destroys JGSHL when he's in his 20s because he has premature balding.
Last edited by Relique; 04-15-2012 at 03:44 PM.
Your point about him unintentionally protecting humans actually hurts your argument. Again, if Cyke believes that the world turns to ash without Hope then would he let the PF controlled Hope kill people in the present because of something his dying son who happens to be Hope's Dad said. I mean 1,000,000 lives today pale in comparison to the whole world turning to ash does it not?
Again, you guys are simply ignoring the very real issue here that it is a conflict of interest. The Avengers have no reason to trust Cyke to make the decision when his information is from the person who is basically Hope's Dad and his son and when that same person just tried to kill them. To top it all off you are now telling me that Cyke believes Hope has to live in order for 7 billion people not to die which makes him even more likely to not take a kill shot if it only means a million dead. To pretend the Avengers have no reason to be concerned is silly.
Last edited by remydat; 04-15-2012 at 03:59 PM.
*reaches for aspirin*
XPOTM: APRIL 2012
be sure brain is in gear before engaging mouth...
i'm lost...i've gone to look for myself...if i should return before i get back -- please ask me to wait...
But the current situation is a whole different story. The Avengers aren't coming to deal with a crazy or out of control Hope. They're attacking a Hope that hasn't done a thing yet. They're attacking without any proof that she's a threat or any sort of danger. Heck, they're attacking her over something that'll already being done by the Phoenix without her. There's no logic to their actions, seeing as if the Phoenix truly wishes to wipe out Earth, it can clearly do so without possessing Hope. The fact that the Avengers are seemingly to stupid to realize the error in their actions is their own fault. And given the past relationship they had with him, they should be more willing to trust. Just recently, was it not Scott and Hope who sided with them when Cable was gonna kill them? They were fully willing to confront someone they both cared deeply about and attempt to stop him, as oppose to picking up a gun and helping out. So obviously relationships aren't so important to Scott that he would stop being an hero. Had the Avengers simply attempted to work with the X-men on making sure Hope didn't become a thread, instead of making demands about them handing her over, they wouldn't have to worry about anything. Heck, given that Scott still feels on good terms with Logan's side, they could have easily had one of his side act as a mole to keep an eye on her. In fact, one would presume they would have just asked Psylocke seeing as she's already on the inside.