Most people find Japanese sentence structure to be difficult and confusing. One of the biggest reasons for this is that the usual way of learning Japanese involves remembering random phrases and sentence patterns in isolation, without actually
Voltaire decía: Solo entre gente de bien puede existir la amistad, ya que la gente perversa solo tienen cómplices; la gente voluptuosa tiene compañeros de vicios; la gente interesada, tiene socios; la gente política, tiene partidarios; la gente de la realeza tiene cortesanos; únicamente la gente honrada tienen amigos.
MY IDEA: girl (who used to be a hero), her powers were corrupted (turned evil/dark or whatever)and she was broken by villain, and she was given to villain by gov. in exchange for guarantees on top people's safety, she doesn't remember any of this and none of the other heroes know it's her--when she finally figures it out she thinks the other heroes knew and is angry