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[Portal 2] I don't hate youDear Portal fellas,[Portal 2] I don't hate you by altairattorney
Back when I wrote my essay about GLaDOS, I left her relationships with the other characters for the last. In the light of recent meta ruminations, I read the part about Chell once more.
While I touched all the basic concepts and summed up GLaDOS’ feelings about pretty much every main event, there is a lot I left out. More specifically, I kind of ignored three things:
the future – in other words, the impact Chell had on the rest of her life;
I did say that GLaDOS eventually likes her quite a lot, and the reasons why she comes to liker her, but I was never specific on what exactly she likes about Chell;how Chell herself (likely) feels about GLaDOS, if she feels anything at all.
It isn’t easy to explain this interaction, the first reason being – as I already mentioned – that,
Portal 2 - KeroseneEverything in her reminded you of fire.Portal 2 - Kerosene by altairattorney
You didn’t know back then, but you do now. No other destructive element is that uncontrollable, nor does anything else cause such long-lasting damage.
It wasn’t that evident at first, and there lies the problem. With a little more care, things would have gone differently. But, as it usually happens with disasters, you found out when it was too late.
She passed whatever obstacle you had in store for her, and always got closer. Her feet chewed on the distance as fire would on the woods – with no paths to break it, no sand, without a single raindrop to contain the carnage.
She was treading on dead ground, after all. All she met in her way was dry and lifeless – it only helped nourish her fear.
Every single time, she got to you fast. You had learnt to expect it. With human beings and flames, the same thing can have opposite effects – a gust of wind can save the day, or spread certain ruin farther.
Danger makes or breaks
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