His to Duryodhan because the latter gifted him a kingdom and formally inducted him into the warrior caste is endearing and you cant help but feel for him when princess Draupadi rejects him as a suitor for being a charioteers son.
This is treated by the narrative as a perfectly sensible reason to be opposed to it, even if it ultimately comes down in favor of affirmative action.
There was no evolution for his character, no acknowledgment of his mistakes.
Martin becomes upset, angrily declaring Niles is putting words in his mouth and that he always loved his sons.
The power dynamic is more often than not, completely backwards: , Kirby is usually a very popular guy as he is a prominent cartoonist, while Dawn is liked by very few people.
Finally, the Grounders deciding to try and after only a few skirmishes makes them seem irrationally cruel and extreme.