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|lysie||Dec 7 2013, 04:21 PM|
Stefano's motives are difficult to explain during that time because he was just so delusional. But if you watch that story (which is actually several stories) he gives his reasons for not raping Marlena many times. IMO, it was about pride more than anything. At that time, it was a line Stefano didn't want to cross. But he was insane, so that could have changed at any time. I think most villains typically have a line they don't want to cross. They often end up crossing it anyway, but at that time, Stefano's line for Marlena was rape.
Stefano was a weirdo, and he often contradicted himself when it came to Marlena. It was her stubbornness and the way she fought him that always seemed to turn him on the most. He would even say that to her, but then he'd comment that he would eventually break her will. The same will that attracted him to her in the first place.
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