|Reviews for Detachment|
| Abyssal Angel chapter 1 . 2/8
Wow. Palpatine the nihilist Jedi. Dang...
| Kknd2 chapter 1 . 1/11
Convince them to care about nothing, and when momentary amusement is all they seek, why are you surprised? Palpatine is far less a threat as an overt evil, as the prequel and main trilogy prove quite efficiently.
| BlazeStryker chapter 1 . 12/22/2018
With total detachment, life becomes a zero-sum game.
He solved for zero.
Balancing the Force. Idiots.
| Kairan1979 chapter 1 . 12/14/2018
Nice job on pointing at the flaws of 'no attachments' philosophy.
| LacrimaeRerum chapter 1 . 12/31/2017
Very nice. It didn't even register to me while I was reading that the protagonist was Palpatine. I realised it when I was reading to check if this fic had an appropiate number of reviews (and it does not, but let's give it time). When you think about it, the galaxy is kinda better of with Palpatine as a sith :D
| Kondoru chapter 1 . 12/25/2017
Yes, I can see Palpatine as being very like this.
Rightly or wrongly, the Jedi are no good guys. An amoral and detached person would fit very well in such an enviroment.
Did you ever see an Anime called Noein? Noein has a great hatred of suffering so he creates an utopia where there is no attachment or individuality. Are we suprised he is an antagonist to flawed but pitifully human heroes?
But he is no villain. he has gone beyond notions of good or evil.
And the look on his face when he removes his mask...Insane enlightenment. I suspect the Netherworld of the Force might be like this. (And we notice there are Sith there too...not just Jedi)
Palpatine, of course, has to destroy the Jedi...Before they destroy him. He has no choice.
| ChocolateTeapot chapter 1 . 12/25/2017
Good work! This is a very interesting take on pushing the no attachments ideology to an extreme and excellently written. Very dark, but plausibly so. I really liked the ending.