Cardboard fallacy (cont)

Cardboard fallacy (cont)

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  • Now that that hero has left we can get back to work, I mean he must be a hero right? everyone in town thinks he is, and you are either a hero or a villain right?
  • UM, he may have been on to something, i think you just used 2 fallacies there, crowd appeal, believing he is a hero because everyone says so, and also black/white, saying he is either a hero or a villain.
  • How dare you say he may be right, you've met him, there is no way he can be correct he is our enemy!
  • Well that's getting a little personal, in more ways that one! its a another fallacy, saying he is wrong because of who he is!
  • I thought were my ally, but now i see you scholars are all the same, you are both evil!
  • We are not the same! that is yet another fallacy, that one is Guilt by association, believing we are the same because we are both scholars.
  • He IS a wizard, he teleported from no where!
  • AH, where did you come from?
  • That is a false analogy, i simply swam up from the moat here, similar to last time. I am no wizard.
  • You heroes try way to hard to what you want, i mean look at you now following us everywhere.
  • my single ations as a hero do not represent all heroes, that would just be overgeneralization of heroes.
  • Yes, we had actually asked many people ourselves and found that most people we asked said they see you as a  hero, based the amount we asked, close to 90% of everyone would also have to agree.
  • sadly, that is another fallacy. facts and figures fallacy. anyhow, i must take my leave now,and use what i have said to help you. until next time!
  • well, regardless i heard you speaking that i am hero because everone said so?
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