I'm referring to a possibility that the writers will end up relying upon suicide as a way of removing characters. I'm merely pointing out that we've already had two. It's like on Coronation Street - characters are often written out by "moving to Canada". It's become almost a cliche.
I am being reasonable. I'm talking about constructing story lines.
It's about constructive criticism. It's not a values judgement. Perhaps my wording was wrong-instead of saying "my beef" I should have said "my concern is that the writers will rely upon suicide as a quick and simple way to resolve a character's arc.
Originally Posted by Murasaki
I haven't had a problem with suicide deaths so far. Kat's suicide struck me as a very plausible outcome and thought it was within her character. Tbh, I thought that was one of the best, most appropriately written deaths and didn't seem out of place.
That's not what I said. You are making assumptions- of course it fits and makes sense, and I was affected by that scene, too. You are missing my point altogether.