Personally my first thought was that I don't see it coming from Griffith, but... Who knows really. It's been so long since we've really known what he thought that it's become near impossible to tell.Griffith said:the million dollar question is whether Locus and Rakshas have gone rogue or if they're merely following their master's, even unspoken, desire.
Gotta respect a guy who loves his job.Griffith said:His movement, his dialogue, his entire aura. He does sinister like nobody's business. That sneering double speak that basically amounted to, "ha ha, relax, you've got nothing to worry about because you're going to die now, but not before I make you think about it first." He's so purely malevolent, but makes it look cool.
Yep, the simple imagery of him on a headless statue is already super cool without needing any additional crazy theory.Griffith said:In any case, it was neat considering his initial predilection for heads. =)