“Excellent, I think you’ll do quite well, in the Organisation”
– DeFoe talking to Grier in “A seeker is born”.
Grier takes down DeFoe
When I first saw Grier, I thought of him as a soldier-like guy. But now I think of him as…..well actually, I still think of him as a soldier-like guy xD.
Anyways, at the beginning I thought that he was more like a pacifistic nice soldier-like guy, with a blind loyality who doesn’t hurt a fly (except if its name is Dante Vale).
But after he finished DeFoe at the end of episode 11 just for a promotion, I thought that maybe he wasn’t that nice after all….
Although I understand his motive for taking down DeFoe, doesn’t that make him as bad all the other guys of the Organization?
And DeFoe was really beginning to get really crazy/wierd at the end of episode 10.
And Grier needed the promotion, because that would enable him to regain Sutos, his birthland. So at least he finished DeFoe for an honest ideal.
But I still think that Grier killing DeFoe was a downer, because Grier seems a man who carries himself with a subtle nobility and wants to bring order and peace to the world and the word ‘murderer’ just doesn’t suit him, don’t you guys think?