Paolone0971 wrote: ↑1 week ago
As I predicted slavery has begun
I would have preferred to see a much more combative Kara, but as they say in my part of the world(I think this saying is quite famous in the rest of the world too) "you can't have everything in life".
And in any case it is history that runs smoothly very well
I understand from your point of view of being a non native english speaker how you think Kara has entered into a life of slavery. It might be the whole imperative thing, or the subjunctive that latin languages seem to like which is causing the problem for you, I don't know, but it seems to lead you to a conclusion that as I, the writer, did not intend for you to interpret.
From the very beginning we learned that Selena's "crime" was to read the future of a man who was secretly a member of the Daxamite monarchy. Yes, by a fictional alien standard her acts made Selena a criminal. But I wrote her crime to appeal to readers as open minded human beings. And YOU as a human seem fixed on the idea that Selena is EVIL. I cannot fix your point of view and dread to think what regime you live under where the humble act of reading tarot cards makes someone subject to living out their days in a death camp.
Kara had been combative from the start, taking on Selena's monster and again fighting in a battle with Selena before she is trapped in the hell chamber in which even there she had some fighting spirit. In short, you have had "everything in life" that Helen Slater's Kara Zor-El could ever offer you, both in spirit and available footage!!
As I suggested to you in PM, slavery and submission are different things. Yes you might hear terms like "slave", but throughout the story what Selena has sought for Kara has been more than just that. Now, knowing Selena is not evil, and also knowing that Kara's submission is a means to helping her friends and family at the colony we understand why Kara is reaching for that opportunity with both hands!
If a submissive situation for a heroine does not work for you then broad areas of "superheroines in peril" might not be your thing, sorry. I do hope when the ending comes you finally see what the future holds for Kara Zor-El, I am sure it's not what you think it will be!