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Old October 29 2012, 02:47 AM   #60
CmndrSela318
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Re: Sacrifice of the Angels Ending A Deus Ex Machina?

I was going to vote no but before I voted I realized I had to look up the meaning of Dues Ex Machina since I didn't know it. After I read the definition below, especially the bold, italicized, underlined parts, I voted yes. If you read just the bold, italicized, underlined parts, they describe the ending to a T.
Deus Ex Machina definition according to Google: An unexpected power or event saving a hopeless situation, esp. as a plot device in a play or novel.

Personally, I think the end of the definition should read: in a play, a novel, a movie or a tv show.
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