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  • I haven't seen his origin story, and what's happening with the Mega Man Universe website isn't helpful either, but I'm under the impression that he's trying to rid the world of emotion in an ice king sort of way waiting to explode into a Frax character, if they decide to follow on my time travel idea.

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    • Anyone?

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    • If his life was wrought with betrayal, I suppose his motive is revenge.

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    • Perhaps.

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    • Aeolus wanted to extinct life, with only him standing.

      Atlas wanted to make an eternal war for people to evolve

      Thetis wanted to kill every human being, giving space to animals to live without interference.

      I believe Siarnaq only wanted power to destroy whoever betrayed him. If he didn't do that yet with the power of Model P, I believe he only wanted to impose fear over the world population.

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    • Shade.ULT wrote: Aeolus wanted to extinct life, with only him standing.

      Atlas wanted to make an eternal war for people to evolve

      Thetis wanted to kill every human being, giving space to animals to live without interference.

      I believe Siarnaq only wanted power to destroy whoever betrayed him. If he didn't do that yet with the power of Model P, I believe he only wanted to impose fear over the world population.

      Perhaps.

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    • Who knows what his motives are but if I could give him a motive that matched his robotic attitude and ninja-like design he might have taken part in the Game of Destiny because someone gave him a mission to take part in it. But sadly that does not explain his Joker-like craziness.

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    • His ninja traits are kind of personal, while his robotic speeches are because he is cold, but he doesn't follow orders or something.

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    • Shade.ULT wrote:
      His ninja traits are kind of personal, while his robotic speeches are because he is cold, but he doesn't follow orders or something.

      That may be the case, but ironically Siarnaq appears to be working for Master Thomas in the end. And I was just giving him a motive that actually fits him if I was the one running the show.

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