Each individual that you have killed has there own life story that you may have cut short Robing them of closure . Your killing peoples sons, brother ,boyfriend for what your source of entertainment.
If I am to be a good opponent (hunt). As you claim you want I am to have to have proper tools and weapons like you have your dogs . Unless your not up for the challenge.
For this scene, I'm using pathos. I think that if Rainsford did respond he would tell General Zeroff in a firm and upset voice that he's killing family members, friends, boyfriends, etc. Losing someone precious to you hurts and I don't think Zaroff understands the pain that he's causing others. And to think that General Zaroff is killing people just for his source entertainment.
For this scene, I'm using Ethos. Rainsford is trying to convince General Zaroff that it should be a fair game and that he is a worthy opponent. He is also trying to convince the reader that they are both experienced hunters.