What excuse? He never said he was going to take down Horobi because he was doing wrong. Aruto just straight up said that he killed Izu, and he was going to make him pay for it. He never made an excuse about his actions.
Plus, he talked to Zea. He saw his dad. I think he has a plan here.
A "hero" will never use the death of a "friend" as an "excuse" to end someones life they'll choose the path mercy, taking the high road by getting rid of the "villian's" power too later impriosn them so they could live with their sins.
Aruto never claimed to be a hero. He was just a guy doing what he thought was right. He has lost so much in his life. and seeing a member of your family coldly cut down like that? Are you just going to pretend like this isn't something that would shake even you up? Because if you're going to judge him like that, why are you watching the show? Nothing in this world is cut and dry. Life is messy, feelings are messy. at this point the best we can hope for is that Aruto can pick up the pieces of who he is. Because the end of that he might be broken and a little jaded. But he'll be better cuz he's got people there for him.
I watch the show because it's entertainment and, I am an analytical "individual" that creates theories of what could or couldn't happen in the series "Nothing in this world is cut and dry" thats right things are open-ened we operate according to circumference in our own ways your further responses are pre programmed you'll most likely respond with passion feeling upset on the grounds that you feel the "need" to correct someone based on a bias.
T. V. show's are cut and dry because they're fiction, they follow a script and act accordingly to a directior actions. A "hero" is written as such same goes for the "villian".
1. I feel like you tried to confuse me on purpose.
2. I never said I wanted anything cut-and-dry. I said the world isn't cut and dry.
3.Why are you trying to distract me from what we were initially talking about?