A job like that would never have been accepted in the leaf village (at least under the 3rd or Tsunade's reign.)
yeah cause if he completes the job, ITS CASH MONEY
its totally different, the leaf is like the US
will of the fire and all that happy crap..lol
while every other village is like, nah we dont care, fuck it
(not trying to offend anyone)
then again Zabuza was a missing nin, therefore his actions have nothing to do with the mist, although they did reflect on the mist
Guess it just depends on where you draw the line between Evil and just doing a Job.
Zabuza and Haku were merely doing what any ninja could do, given the situation that they were not affiliated with the Mist. True a village would suffer for their actions, but money is money in the hands of the desperate. Ninjas have to live, eat, etc.
In perspective to Konoha, sure its evil. The Will of Fire is proof that Konoha wouldn't normally accept missions to kill the innocent. But other people/places don't have it as convenient/lucky, and sometimes the only jobs available are the ones that get your hands dirty.
I'm I evil or am I cold blooded?
Why not both. Surely doing such an an act make me cold blooded and evil at the same time. The two don't hae to be mutually exclusive. Being paid to commit the act is not enough to exempt me from being called evil. Would I have commited the evil act if I hadn't gotten paid. No. But that is not enough of an excuse to avoid myself being labbeled evil. If I had a psychological problem then I would not neccessarily be evil. I would simply be mad. However as I don't I would simply be evil, and yes-cold blooded too.
There are two main categories of evil. Ruthless cold blooded evil and Malicious evil. Zabuzza falls under the ruthless category, Madara falls under the Malicious category because he would probably enjoying screwing you over even if he didn't get paid.
# Note that Zabuzza didn't actually bruttally mutilate and torture an innocent baby, i'm just using an analogy.
Last edited by atriede; 07-28-2009 at 05:03 PM.