A hero is a person who you admire. Who will do right even with wrong influence. Who will sacrifice themselves to save anyone or thing. I have a saying to influence me to b…e a hero. "Sacrifice myself to save a 100 people". A hero doesn't want an award a hero wants to help. We are all hero's yet we put the factors aside. We see ourselves as nothing ,but "even the smallest sprout can become the mightiest oak". That meanings the weak and small can be a stronger hero inside that the rest. That person who will stand no matter the risk of death, torture, or attack. For me I stand strong to that be the one to not go in alone but safe guard the ones closest to you. That is a hero So basically just watch Hercules and you can know what a hero is (MORE)
No, only the original skyscraper There is a difference between the terms "a Skyscraper" and "a Skyscraper card". The first means a card simply called 'Skyscraper', while …the second is 'a card with Skyscraper in the name'. So while Skyscraper 2 - Hero City is a 'Skyscraper card', Captain Gold only refers to a card named just "Skyscraper".(MORE)
Most, Elemental Hero fusion monsters say they "cannot be special summoned except by...." which means that's the only way for them to reach the field. Monsters that say "can …only be summoned by" have to be initially summoned by the listed method, but after that, can be reborn using cards like Monster Reborn. But even if you use the listed method initially, the 'except by' monsters cannot be special summoned from the graveyard, by cards like Monster Reborn, or Skyscraper 2. So you'd have to look at the specific Elemental Hero's text - almost all are 'except by', a notable exception are the 'Neos' fusions. (MORE)
Punisher is a Hero. -It almost depends. Some heroes, such as Captain America, consider Punisher to be a bit to ruthless, crazy, and murderous. At one point Captain America be…ats Punisher nearly senseless after he murders two former villains seeking Captain America's help.(MORE)
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Christopher Columbus was neither a hero or a villain, he was a man of his time, he was a man on a mission. It is a mistake to judge in hindsight based on the outcome of his mi…ssion or the standards of behavior of his time. His importance in history is pivotal in that his discovery of the 'new world' put the land he encountered permanently on the map and the consciousness of the European people, whereas previous encounters with the continents and their people by Europeans did not. The many historical situations and events that followed his discovery, both good and bad, cannot be attributed to Columbus, but to human behavior in general. Answer He was a Hero. Unless you were a native of the new world whose family was wiped out by the diseases that the Spaniards brought to them. And then, yes, he is a hero to Spain because he re-discovered America for the Spanish, which led to their conquests in the Americas. This was a mixed blessing for them because they eventually lost this far-flung empire. He is a hero to the US because his brave exploration of the perilous ocean led to the founding of the country, albeit by the English. Answer Columbus is a villain because: Dismissed New World cultures Exploited natural resources Enslaved indigenous people Brought Racism Destruction of environment Eurocentrism Widespread massacre Genocide/ the deliberate and systematic extermination of a national, racial, political, or cultural group. Barbarized the civil Destroyed Ancient cultures global monoculture brought disease Ended established successful cultures and replaced them with violence,poverty and dependence Answer Is Christopher Columbus a hero OR villain? He is a hero who became a villain because as the first European to discover America, he began the subjugation of the natives who lived there. Answer There is no real answer. It's all just a matter of debate. You could call him a hero, a villain, or both. In any event, he became historically very famous. Answer He's a Hero. I think you're all missing the point. If he did not discover America we would probably not be here for a very long time. He had bad crew members if you ask me. His crew members stole, enslaved the Taino, and committed violence. Christopher spread Christianity and gave treasures to Spain and he ended up inspiring the best country in the world. Answer Christopher Columbus is a villain because he went to America to search for money, unlike the common belief that he came for the well being of othersHe saw the Native Americans and went and told Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand that they could be used as slaves and easily be converted to ChristianityWhen he ruled part of the New World, Queen I and King F sent people to inspect his work. What they learned is that he treated people badly, was a huge jerk, and basically failed at being a leader. They had to replace him Answer He also brought diseases such as smallpox measles and mumps. Others will say that he was a hero because he found America, but honestly, I think someone would have found it in that time period. Some people will say that he was raised to think that owning slaves was good, not bad. That he was born in a time period where people without slaves were thought of as poor. But I think that he still could have freed his slaves without other people telling him it was bad. He could have set a good example. Answer He was a heroic Navy Captain, Navigator and Explorer who failed to understand the human needs of the people he discovered in the Americas. Answer Totally villain. He enslaved many Native Americans despite the general instructions of his charter not to engage in actions that might incite hostility among the tribes. (MORE)
Many people believe that The Lost hero is Jason Grace, since the book is about him. But actually, Percy Jackson is the lost hero as he is nowhere to be found and Annabeth …finds Jason while searching for Percy.... Also, as you can see on the back cover of The Lost Hero, it is mentioned that one of our old favorites, Percy Jackson, is missing. (MORE)