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It's funny, and I think some people of my faith would take issue with it, but I agree 'good' is a matter of opinion, but when it comes down to it some opinions are more 'right' than others. Especially when those opinions shape the very stuff of being and non-being, been and was not, will be, and shall never.
Or as you said, 'Might Make Right'. Does that make me the humble servitor of a power beyond my kenning? Am I the plaything at the mercy of some tyrant, hollow and meaningless without his express will? Obviously.
Yet if this is true, what right does the creation have to judge it's creator? When I write a story, or draw a picture, what rights do the characters have? None, I may do with them as I see fit, Their opinions, and the ability to have them are mere extensions of my will, their environment, past, and future are mine.
Some are heroes and others are villains, some are backgrounders, or scenery. I love them all in a way, for they are my creations. Yet the heros shall defeat the villains, becasue I will it, and they cannot decide otherwise.
Can the villains blame me for their deeds? Saying "No, it was you who forced me, you have decided everything I have done, you are to blame, you must be punished"
No. They are a character, and I am the writer. They are the work and I am the Artist.
I will give honor to whom I give honor, glory to whom I give glory, justice upon those I wish justice, and mercy...
I will will give mercy to whom I wish.