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'''There are two major problems I still see here. While Diavolo was a bad guy, he doesn't deserve an infinite punishment, which is what GER's death zero was. (I don't think there is any way to argue against this) Keep in mind the question here is "Did Diavolo deserve the infinite death loop?" and NOT "''''''Did Diavolo deserve any punishment whatsoever?". Considering this I think the answer can only be no, because regardless of what Diavolo did in his natural human life, his crimes can not considered "infinite" by any measurement, and in turn, an "infinite punshiment" (which is what the death loop is) can not be considered just. The second major problem I see here is you giving Diavolo the responsibility for every single problem caused by Diavolo selling Enya the arrows. This is ridiculous considering that in any other scenario a typical person would not levy the blame onto the person in Diavolo's position. Here's a topical example: Would you blame a gun store for selling a firearm to a terrorist when they have no idea what they would do with said firearm?'''
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''''''There are two major problems I still see here. While Diavolo was a bad guy, he doesn't deserve an infinite punishment, which is what GER's death zero was. (I don't think there is any way to argue against this) Keep in mind the question here is "Did Diavolo deserve the infinite death loop?" and NOT''' "''''''Did Diavolo deserve any punishment whatsoever?". Considering this I think the answer can only be no, because regardless of what Diavolo did in his natural human life, his crimes can not considered "infinite" by any measurement, and in turn, an "infinite punshiment" (which is what the death loop is) can not be considered just. The second major problem I see here is you giving Diavolo the responsibility for every single problem caused by Diavolo selling Enya the arrows. This is ridiculous considering that in any other scenario a typical person would not levy the blame onto the person in Diavolo's position. Here's a topical example: Would you blame a gun store for selling a firearm to a terrorist when they have no idea what they would do with said firearm?'''

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'There are two major problems I still see here. While Diavolo was a bad guy, he doesn't deserve an infinite punishment, which is what GER's death zero was. (I don't think there is any way to argue against this) Keep in mind the question here is "Did Diavolo deserve the infinite death loop?" and NOT "'Did Diavolo deserve any punishment whatsoever?". Considering this I think the answer can only be no, because regardless of what Diavolo did in his natural human life, his crimes can not considered "infinite" by any measurement, and in turn, an "infinite punshiment" (which is what the death loop is) can not be considered just. The second major problem I see here is you giving Diavolo the responsibility for every single problem caused by Diavolo selling Enya the arrows. This is ridiculous considering that in any other scenario a typical person would not levy the blame onto the person in Diavolo's position. Here's a topical example: Would you blame a gun store for selling a firearm to a terrorist when they have no idea what they would do with said firearm?

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