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They all cry out Dorothy's name at some point, remember? That's what alerts Mombi to her presence. And aside from the degree of pity he shows Dorothy at one point, the Nome King's desire to be human and not confined to his mountain is somewhat sympathetic in of itself, as is his perspective that Emerald City stole what rightfully belonged to him. Doctor Worley might be arguably a Complete Monster though, since he lacked those redeeming features. There was nothing to indicate he and Nome King were exactly the same.
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They all cry out Dorothy's name at some point, remember? That's what alerts Mombi to her presence. And aside from the degree of pity he shows Dorothy at one point, the Nome King's desire to be human and not confined to his mountain is somewhat sympathetic in of itself, as is his perspective that Emerald City stole what rightfully belonged to him. Doctor Worley might be arguably count though, since he lacked those redeeming features. There was nothing to indicate he and Nome King were exactly the same.

Latest revision as of 19:27, 27 August 2015

They all cry out Dorothy's name at some point, remember? That's what alerts Mombi to her presence. And aside from the degree of pity he shows Dorothy at one point, the Nome King's desire to be human and not confined to his mountain is somewhat sympathetic in of itself, as is his perspective that Emerald City stole what rightfully belonged to him. Doctor Worley might be arguably count though, since he lacked those redeeming features. There was nothing to indicate he and Nome King were exactly the same.

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