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I get that she was young and coming of age. Her racism and quirks stemming from her upbringing, lack of knowledge about certain things and simply being a child. I also get that she was driven towards madness by people around her and because of how her every-day life became so unsafe and gloomy. It's a lot for a kid to handle. And yes, she grew up a little and was set along the path of becoming a decent person.
I still dislike her. I pity her, but I dislike her. And that's fine. We all have our opinion. There's no need to defend her (or try pushing your hate for her on others). Because, as many comments from both sides like pointing out, she's a fictional character.
I didn't even realize she was doing THAT to the poor table when I first saw that scene. I had to rewatch it to get what she was doing. She's nasty. I wouldn't want to eat off of that table even if they cleaned it. Though, that table will always be in my prayers.
Did you guys even watch the whole series? 'Cause if you did, and you still hate Nina, then you didn't understand the point.
Did you all conveniently forget that she was being manipulated by Schneizel to create the FLEIJA when she was emotionally unstable? And after that, she learned her lesson and even helped in fixing that mess. Lelouch himself even said at the end that she's a good person.
And about her racism, it was implied that it came from fear, and I think the writers could have deepened more in that matter, but sadly they didn't. Also, at the end she was implied to get over her xenophobia.
It saddens me how much hate she gets even after her redemption and development, 'cause she's my favorite character in the show.
"All this hate on a drawing."Why even watch if you're not going to get into it? The ability to rouse emotions from people is what makes a good character designer. The very fact that so much hatred and emotion is directed towards the characters of this show is the proof that the characters are truly brilliant. They're so complete that we actually think of them as real people while we're watching. Without the emotion like that, the show simply loose all water - I mean, giant robots and power that makes you obey? C'mon. It's about the political themes and the emotions. And that's what justifies the hatred and the love for that matter.
All this merciless hate on a drawing.