That display of primal ferocity brightens Alan. "You know what?" he says to her. "I'm starting to like you." It is he, the battle-scarred lawyer, who says he believes in the God of Carnage, who has ruled "since the dawn of time." It used to be, he observes, that might was right, but now "we're evolved" beyond that. So it goes.

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