I am already half way back to Konoha after finishing the mission near the Amegakure ambush. While practicing a frag grenade- like Ki blast, where I enclose compressed Ki orbs into another slightly bigger orb then bursts out in all directions of where it was thrown, I was contemplating on my actions. I know that my moral compass may have become questionable, or it already is from an outsiders point of view, but, I'm not trying to justify my actions but if it does so be it, if one takes the time to analyze situations and bring in other examples one can see how ones morals skew. In a world of Ninjas, not just the Naruto universe, how is it that no one speaks of the atrocities that occur to get to where they are. Especially Ninjas, Shinobis, where they are taught from childhood the art of assassination, gather information from infiltration by almost any means, sabotage, ransom, blackmail and torture. Kingdoms, empires, countries, religions and even our precious heroes are built on the foundation made of blood, bones and souls. Yet no one mentions to ask a king or a hero how many lives they had to step on or over to achieve what they have or even what they are willing to do to keep what they have. This is a world where the winner takes all and the loser falls. Of course, it goes without saying, in the world of One Piece, a world of pirates where the whole premise is to find treasure through killing, digging, looting and pillaging. With the chaos that comes with an invasion from pirates, how am I to believe that they will not commit horrors to get what they want? But I digress. I would have felt greater remorse if I had killed her after the blowjob, like a Grand Theft Auto hooker.
A Saiyan in the Multiverse
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