Originally Posted by TKA-001
What about the time Saul expects Malak to kill him for reporting Calo Nord's failure, and he doesn't?
That may have been mildly surprising, but it doesn't leave him any less one-dimmensional. It proves only that he doesn't have an infantile temper, it doesn't really show any human emotion or motive. He's still all malice, power-hunger, and revenge, even if he can control himself to more effectively crush his enemies.