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In the book Artemis Fowl the Opal Deception there are definite themes that have to do with the main character of book Artemis Fowl One theme is friendship is more important than materialism This theme is consistent throughout the whole story The theme of Artemis Fowl is friendship is more important than materialism The theme is very apparent because in the beginning all fourteen-year-old Artemis Fowl wants is gold Artemis himself says If you guarantee me one metric ton of gold from your hostage fund I will devise a plan to defeat this Opal Koboi Colfer 137 This is a prime example of how materialistic at first Artemis Fowl is He does not even know what friendship is Yes Ive little experience in this area meaning friendship so I may have to read up on it Holly then replies Friendship is not a science Mud Boy human boy Forget about your massive brain for a moment Just do what you feel is right 226 Even Butler Artemis manservant and bodyguard has feelings of friendship and protection over young Artemis especially right before he saves him from the missile He thinks Its a smart bomb and Master Artemis is the target 103 Butler then hoists Artemis onto his back and jumps down from three stories up down on a mattress This is proof that Butler cares for him and that he would do anything to protect him Artemis finally learns this truth through out his experiences with Captain Holly Short and starts to change In the previous book Artemis had turned ethical and honest but the mind-wipe that the LEP used to clear his memories of the Fairy Race also cleared any goodness However when he rediscovers his memories thanks to a disk given to him by Mulch he finds out that he had friends I have friends Thought Artemis Fowl the Second I have friends 234 Artemis finally realizes the true meaning of friendship and
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