It's time for Damien Darhk to go, but he certainly won't be going anywhere without a fight. Oliver and Felicity better come up with a solution and fast!
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Was Andy just doing the prep work for Darhk? Things are looking even darker for Diggle. Will he even survive this ordeal?
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Its definitely not looking good for Diggle. What is Andy going to torture out of him? I think Andy is going to take great pleasure in carving up his brother.
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Diggle can say all he wants. He can yell, scream, throw another temper tantrum, but there's not much he can do when he's strung up like that. Hopefully, Oliver and the rest of the team will come to his rescue.
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Diggle has gotten himself into a pickle now, hasn't he? Does Andy even care that this is his brother?
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Diggle waited too long. He should have shot Andy when he had the chance. Diggle needs to control himself, and stop doing stupid things, because this was a real stupid move.
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Diggle finds his brother. Will he be able to pull the trigger? He better hurry up. Diggle has a moral compass. Andy doesn't.
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Andy doesn't seem like he's at all remorseful for what he's done. He not going to go down without a fight, and with Darhk on his side, he definitely has the upper hand.
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Andy has some fine company tagging alongside him. Does he know his brother is near? Diggle needs to watch his back.
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It's foolish for Diggle to hunt Andy on his own. He needs to calm himself down and wait for the team before he goes in guns blazing.
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Diggle will stop at nothing to make his brother pay for his betrayal. Is he fighting this battle alone, or is the rest of Team Arrow on their way to help?
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Will Felicity be the sacrifice in whatever ritual Esrin Fortuna is performing? Is she willing to do all it takes to take down Darhk?
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Arrow Quotes

Do you know why I always blame myself in situations like this? Because at least it's an answer. Sometimes we just need a reason when a situation is completely unreasonable.

Oliver

Every warrior must learn the simple truth -- that pain is inevitable and suffering is optional.

Malcolm