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All about the SkeksisAll about the Skeksis by Guei-Girl
All about the Skeksis
**WARNING: There are movie SPOILERS a head! Read at your own risk**
Today, I'll be discussing my opinions about my favorite antagonists, as well as my favorite Jim Henson creation of all time. No, it's not the Goblin King and his goblin army my Labyrinth fans. It's about the Skeksis from "The Dark Crystal".
"The Skeksis? You mean those bird/dragon hybrid Muppets? But why the Skeksis? They're not human, so they don't count!"
Because I like the Skeksis, and believe it or not, the Skeksis have quite a huge fan base with TDC fans. I find the Skeksis more interesting than bland pretty boy villains who TRY WAY TOO HARD to be sympathetic.
"But there's nothing sympathetic about the Skeksis. Skeksis are all evil and UGLY monsters that hurt those BEAUTIFUL Gelflings and eat cute little critters for dinner."
Humph! If you want to think that, fine. That's your opinion. To me, the Skeksis aren't really all that pure evil. It's even stated by off
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