Hey pal! Just wondering where you've been and what you've been up to. We could really use some more active people. Right before you left I was considering promoting you to admin. My offer still stands if you're able to make the 200 edit mark, and you're reasonably active.
If you go to the Sensei Keiken Page, and scroll down to the bottom, you'll see a picture of the minifigure. If you click on it it's a super high resolution image, but doesn't it look blurry as a thumbnail? :/
I have left tags on some pages that note that the old links on the bottom are broken. I did not delete them myself because I was never given the authority to do so, and I did not want to abuse my freedom. Instead, I tried to alert an admin in an unobtrusive way. Just wanted to let you know.
OK, I just want to clear something with you. "Keiken believes that stopping Meca One is more important than his own survival, though he is far less willing to sacrifice his students than himself." is improper usage. It's fine with me if you want to leave the current version, but "though" doesn't follow from the previous statement. If Keiken truly belives stopping Meca One is more important than his own survival, then of course he would be far less willing to sacrifice his students than himself. Proper usage would be to replace "though" with "and". In fact, the best revision would be "Keiken is much less willing to sacrifice his students than himself, as he believes that stopping Meca One is far more important than his own survival." "Though" does not apply in the train of thoughts, but it's fine if you understand it better the way it is now. I just wanted to point out the proper usage, so don't worry about it.
Oh! Just realized, and I'm sorry to hit you again, but you might be trying to express a contrast. In that case, everything I said would be wrong. However, it would make more sense to use "but" rather than "though". Otherwise, you might just want to make it two seperate sentences, like so: "Keiken believes that stopping Meca One is more important than his own survival. He is far less willing to sacrifice his students than himself." It seems like two seperate thoughts. As I said before though, this is just a suggestion.