Okay, I don’t get involved in drama usually, or I try not to; however, I’ve seen some harassment of amazing muns for one thing that, as a writer and aspiring novelist, pisses me off. This is to do with redemption arcs/aus.
In my opinion, if you don’t like someone’s portrayal, you leave it alone and don’t bother them. It’d be like coming on here and complaining that Masahiko’s an OC, at the end of the day. But that’s not all that’s frustrating; I’ll put this in all-caps for emphasis:
REDEMPTION IS NOT OUT OF CHARACTER.
Redemption is atonement, moving on, and is something that restores faith in humanity, even if it is only on screen or in a book. It’s showing that things can change for the better, and evil can be more grey than we realise. While not everything can be fully redeemed, some actions too awful to consider the person/character worthy of it, earning forgiveness isn’t exactly the same thing.
I hold redemption arcs very close to my heart. I like believing that people can change. I like believing that no one can be truly, one hundred percent evil. It may be a character that isn’t even real, but fiction reflects real life.
Please stop bothering people over this. It’s their muse, their choice, and you have nothing to do with it.