It has really been a while since I have done one of these and I finally got the courage do one again thanks to a great game I have been playing, Iconoclasts. There are few times in which the zealot in video games actually seems like they are an effective force in how it plays out. Not act as the stereotypical megalomaniac who must be toppled or is deemed just a “crazy religious person”. It is difficult to correctly create any narrative that allows us to reason or understand the zealot type of antagonist. However I think Iconoclasts, a game created by Joakim Sandberg, could quite possibly offer us one in the form of General Chrome. He is the agent in charge of military practices but is not privy to the things others are, thus leaving him in an odd part of the system within the societal structure. His attempt at changing the world of Iconoclasts is it worthy of a high score or is he simply just another insignificant cog in the machine?