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as for we dont know hell we dont know what happened to him in the last 5 years to shape him like this
baam wasnt a warmonger he must have gone through a lot including the betrayal from rachel to be like this
Give him the benefit of the doubt for once instead of i dun see Y baam is like this , for heavens the last 5 years is not revealed yet to see it in the first place. I am not saying that we should condone his new found killing thirst but like you said we dont know zahard had anything to do with Baam being ostracized we dont know the full extent to what he went through in the last 5 yrs either.
Saying that i think its perfectly acceptable to have baam as he is now.To be honest i was more pissed with let every one pass than i want to go up i dun care abt the rest kind a guy
as for him making every one fail, you ve seen his stats if he wanted he didnt need to wait till there were so many thus harder to kill, i dont know but there Might be more than what meets the eye here.
we still are scratching the second season answers lies ahead.
just throwing my 2 pence
If the cave is linked, then He's linked. Your point has no bases (there) since we know that the cave is to Baam what Homeland is to every Hero in every story.
I'm assuming there is more than meets they eye here because no matter what happened over the course of the 5 years the series has to reconcile "who Baam is" with "who Baam was", which is going to happen somehow or other. I just don't think it's going to be anything as ordinary as personal vengeance because I think that would be one of the hardest things to reconcile with "who Baam was".
- That cave was a tomb for Zahards and Baam was sealed in there by FUG or some other 3rd party.
- That cave was created by the creators of the tower along with several like it to contain certain irregular beings. The king of Zahard originated from one just like Baam before he took control of the tower and decided to make the mark his signate.
You see? The only thing we can "know" is connected to Zahard is the cave the rest is all just theory. While I think believing the Zahards are responsible for Baam's imprisonment is a perfectly reasonable assumption, that's really all it is at this point an assumption.
Even if He was there put for a third party, the cave is enough reason to build hate against zahard once told the lie, truth or whatever reason.
The symbol is there, whatever the reason. The symbol later is known as Zahard family. Every lie or every truth about it will build hate with ease.
So yes, your point is still invalid to me.
Could it be that FUG revealed something really dark and sinister about Zahard. The cave and Baam were also meant to be a part or even play a part. I am still holding my position, Baam wont change unless there is something that required him to change. I am not doubting his conviction.