The mindset of someone as Revolutionary Cyclops or Magneto is to view human beings as members of groups rather as individuals. While fighting off what Cyclops considered to be "racists," he himself exhibited many of the traits of a racist himself: That people who share certain traits are part of their own group and that those who don't are the "other." By encouraging people to be defined by identity politics, we develop a group mentality that actually perpetuates pigeon-holing and animosity.
If you were to look at Hope as a real person and not a comic book character, her death would of been tragic, but it wouldn't be the scale of tragedy in the deaths of all those other people.
In the end, as both a character and as a property as Sundown stated above, she wasn't worth it.
What's Azazel's deal he's like a poor man's Mephisto crossed with a Mutant version of the Deviants?
Last edited by thirdfalcon; 12-11-2012 at 11:58 PM.