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Angus Elliot 15731 533962 45 459 The analysis of Angus is said to be brilliant visionary and idealistic I will have to disagree with the brilliant characteristic Well he had the brains and was looked up to but thats different Sure he can transform planets but he wasnt careful about his work Almost all of the planets that he had transformed had to be closed and evacuated He also had transformed planets that had intelligence so he cannot be brilliant and intelligent because that is uncalled for I would agree that Angus Elliot is visionary I believe this because in the book he always had the nature to fantasize things or the dreams of Aqua He had a dream to make planets and transform them to his sort of vision or liking Angus definitely had idealism Idealism is the envisioning of things as they should or are wished to be rather than what they really are Examples of this behavior was when he lied about the conquering of planets He told Walt that the planets were doing exceedingly well but they really had to be evacuated and shutdown Another example was when the destruction of Aqua was beginning and the people refused to work Angus said that all of the flashes of light bursting and explosions were all just an electric lightening storm When really it was the beginning of the Golden mist and the Tidal wave the destruction of the planet Aqua Walter Elliot 513259 533962 53 538 The Analysis of Walt is said to be strong tough practical Walt was not physically powerful but more mentally He had a strong heart filled with courage He had the guts or even the most guts on Aqua to step up to his dad The Boss Even after his father abused him and called him a liar he still tried to prove his dad wrong All
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