No. The Black Lance sought survival by destroying everything else. It's as simple as that.Originally posted by Col.Dom
When you think about it, both sides were fighting for survival. The Black Lance sought survival through superiority and purity, where Blair and the UBW sought it through a "live and let live," policy and harmony amongst men.
Harmony? Well, if harmony is so desirable, then why don't we just kill everyone? Surely, if everyone's dead, that'll be the best harmony of all. Peace, quiet, no disagreements.On the topic of harmony amongst men, the Black Lance sought that too. Through common foes and constant cameraderie through struggle, there could have been a truly magnificant harmony. Tolwyn's plan would have actually created more harmony than "live and let live."
...The point being, there are things more important than harmony.
Oh, don't give us that relativist bullshit. There are certain things which are not relative. You will not find a single culture in the world that would consider slaughtering 90% of the population to be moral, no matter what 'purpose' is used to excuse it.... but what truly defines an evil person? As humans, we all have the ability to justify our means with the ends and we all have our different beliefs and ideals. So, one man's evil may be another's moral!
Unsurprisingly, you don't even attempt to prove this - because you can't. We know nothing about them... except that they take as many live prisoners as possible - which, in wartime, is surely an evil thing to do .BUGS are evil.