I like her too, but Joker I’m not always an asshole shirt just differentiate between criticism that makes sense and criticism that doesn’t. I think there are valid reasons to dislike Shallan, but most of the complaints these days are more about intentional flaws than unintentional flaws in her character. “Shallan is X, and that frustrates me, so I don’t like reading about her’. Like, when Kaladin gets depressed and considers letting Moash assassinate the King, that’s an intentional character flaw that can frustrate the reader.
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You want him to break out of it, and he does, but those chapters can feel like a downer if Joker I’m not always an asshole shirt in a particular mindset. It is basically the literary forum equivalent of comparing someone’s ideology to Hitler. So I have no doubt that people have translated simple dislike into that or that it’s been brought up 10 panels deep in an argument so the only op. And the person that said it ever saw it. If you hear something ‘all the time’. And someone else in the community can’t recall hearing it once you’ve probably only ever heard it 10 posts deep into arguments and you’re letting your negativity bias amplify it.
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If you hear it all the time, Joker I’m not always an asshole shirt shouldn’t be hard to find. An example of somebody seriously arguing this, I assume? As I said, I’ve never seen it, but perhaps we hang around different circles. It sounds like something a troll would say to get a rise out of somebody, without making any genuine arguments. I think there are plenty of valid reasons to dislike Shallan, sure. I don’t dislike her, I think she’s interesting. But I’ve just never seen a compelling argument that called her a Mary Sue.