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#12 - Oblivion
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(11/13/2013) [-]
The ending killed it for me. Galbatorix is super evil and way overpowered and his dragon is gargantuan and I'm losing this fight so I'm going to make him feel bad.

Right.
#935 to #12 - xdeathspawnx
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(11/13/2013) [-]
I'll be honest. I cried when Eragon left on the boat at the end.
#803 to #12 - desreversti
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(11/13/2013) [-]
biggest disappointment = no arya/eragon stuff
#690 to #12 - witislimited
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(11/13/2013) [-]
It wasn't amazing/clever, but he didn't plan on doing the feel bad thing. It wasn't a logical thought, it was despair and desire.
#539 to #12 - FightClub
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(11/13/2013) [-]
what
#534 to #12 - methylbutane
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(11/13/2013) [-]
I got bored after eldest..
#512 to #12 - majormoron
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(11/13/2013) [-]
I dont know man, he was foced to feel all the pain and suffering he caused. **** was probably the worst thing any human would ever feel.
#444 to #12 - stepsword
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(11/13/2013) [-]
I absolutely LOVED the ending to this. It gave me chills - I thought it was just so well done.

SPOILER BELOW--------------------



I mean, how else could Eragon have killed Galbatorix? Galbatorix had power on his side - Eragon would never have won with training alone. But to cripple Galbatorix by gifting him with the understanding of the morality of his actions - that was truly genius. To make one spell that actually forced the literally most twisted minded person in Alagaesia to stop and consider his actions, is, in my opinion, the best possible ending that I could have asked for.
#399 to #12 - kaboozle123
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(11/13/2013) [-]
******* hated the ending. the whole thing with him and arya how that was resolved just ******* pissed me off. nothing happened. it was a goddamn cop out
#319 to #12 - anon
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(11/13/2013) [-]
Don't forget the super-duper convenient hidden cache of hundreds or thousands of dragon eggs.
#269 to #12 - ninjawizards
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(11/13/2013) [-]
I disagree. Galbatorix was sociopath, completely and utterly without any understanding or care for the emotions and suffering of others. What Eragon and Saphira did was to essentially give him full comprehension of everything he'd done and the agony that he'd caused. They pretty much loaded him up with every ounce of pain that he'd ever caused in one second. Now if that bitch ain't hardcore as **** I don't know what is.
#250 to #12 - makeitasyougo
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(11/13/2013) [-]
i thought that made for a better ending than if Eragon had just become all powerful like galbatorix was. and how he did it was amazing. galbatorix had lost his dragon and it drove him insane, to the point where he wanted to die, but instead lived on setting the plot in motion. eragon used the magic to make him understand the pain he had caused so galbatorix got to relive the pain of the death of his own dragon hundreds of times to the point where he didnt want to exist anymore it was far better for galbatorix to finally understand how wrong what he did was and that the only way to make it right was to die and since no one else could have done that he did it himself. kind of like Darth Vader did when he killed Palpatine. after going so deep into evil, there was no redeeming himself in life, but maybe if he sacrificed himself history would remember him for that as well
#203 to #12 - iamaniceperson
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(11/13/2013) [-]
I though yhe ending was great. I mean, the cat finding back her home after 9 names was pretty cool.
#176 to #12 - admiralen
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(11/13/2013) [-]
well, galbatorix is the man who came to power through kicking an elf in the crotch
#155 to #12 - partisan
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(11/13/2013) [-]
After the "final battle", I just quit. I was so disappointed.
#152 to #12 - commontroll
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(11/13/2013) [-]
Well, and then how long the ending went on afterward, without tying any loose ends like Tolkien did.
#79 to #12 - YllekNayr
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(11/13/2013) [-]
I was also surprised at how badly dude lost the fight, but having Morzan speak the word to un-bind magic for that moment was a pretty ******* awesome solution, I thought
#64 to #12 - Pestilence
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(11/13/2013) [-]
Paolini backed himself into a corner by making Galbatorix so powerful. I didn't enjoy it very much, but I understand why it had to be done. Besides, the universe that Paolini created with the Ancient Language and how magic works is by itself amazing. Worth it.
#56 to #12 - haqq
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(11/13/2013) [-]
****** end with 100 pages that made the great victory of the good guys depressing.
goddammit paolini
#43 to #12 - kiaserzerg ONLINE
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(11/13/2013) [-]
******* whats his name, the writer, he got really sick of the book and just wanted to crap an ending out asap.