Seen on Tumblralong with associated discussion: Nobody is the villain of their own life story. Everybody thinks of themselves as an honest guy or gal just trying to get by, constantly under assault by circumstances and The System and hundreds and hundreds of assholes. They really believe it.
Create New Let's hope no one asked for her to repeat that. It'll be something devious and over-complicated.
He'd get dizzy if he tried to walk in a straight line. A character comes up with a ridiculously elaborate plot that is so meticulously planned out that it can't possibly fail So why didn't they come up with a simpler plan? There's a simple explanation.
This character has a Complexity Addiction. They're addicted to coming up with complex schemes, such as the Gambit Roulette. They simply can't help but make an overdone, overblown plan.
Maybe they view it as being artistic. Maybe simple plans aren't as amusing or as evil or are just too boring for them. Maybe they consider their enemies worthy opponents and that only an equally worthy plan should be used to defeat them. Maybe they don't even know the reason.
It's Funnyor it's Dramaticor it's Cool ; that's all that matters. Expect a smarter character to point out the existence of a simpler solutionoften something along the lines of " Why Don't You Just Shoot Him? May overlap with Villain Ball. See also A Simple Planwhere a very simple plan should have worked, but goes horribly awry.
Aizen has a bad case of this.
During the Soul Society arc, he had a very complicated plan to obtain the MacGuffin. When that inevitably failed, he simply walked up and took it.
Why he didn't do that in the first place? Addictions are a strong force to be reckoned with. Later justified as he revealed his goal during that arc wasn't JUST to acquire the Hogyoku which he'd already known Rukia hadbut to set up an extreme training regime to groom Ichigo into a suitable opponent through which he could further strengthen himself.
The Hueco Mundo arc is where he really succumbs to it.Outline of Döblin's Berlin Alexanderplatz. Page references are to Eugene Jolas's circa English translation of the novel, initially published as Alexanderplatz, Berlin; the edition used here is from Frederick Ungar Publishing Co.,New York (sixth printing, ).
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