>There's a lesson here on the virtue of mercy, it's only value is to your foe
Well his idea that there should only be shamans because they were the only ones who were in touch with the earth was cruel, I can't exactly say he was wrong.
I can't call him a villain, Takasugi is a mirror reflection of Gintoki.
I think it's because wiether Alibaba realizes it or not he says and does some truly awful things to get what he wants from people. Then again Haku could just be an edgy faggot just looking for excuses to kill Alibaba and is psyching himself up for it. Then again in the recent chapter Alibaba relentlessly attacked Sinbad with his own naive ideals and even guilt tripped him over his father just to force him to give a nation that was once the world's entire enemy a year to get back on it's feet just because somebody he liked was upset.
Well Urahara did admit, that Aizen was right. Ginjou and Yhwach did tell Ichigo, that they aren't the real enemy and that he shouldn't trust the Shinigami too much, which does seem to become more evident, the longer the arc goes.
But the Saiyans were savage, murderous scumbags who did nothing but invade and destroy other civilizations. Freeza was completely right to wipe such horrible creatures from existence.
Bring me a sandwich and destroy another planet for me, manlet shit.
Eh, not really. The Freeza we saw in Super was the same Freeza who fought SSJ Goku on Namek: angry and flustered over someone being better than him. He was just in that mindset constantly in Super.
He never even lost the fight
Fat tranny made him even stronger by making him eat Schrodinger's cat.
Before Alucard could only survive until the end of humanity, now he can survive to the end of the planet.
>implying I didn't just google cqc hug and pick the first result
The only justification for killing him was that he lived in decadence. He had a fucking beast girl harem.
He should've been locked away in a workshop somewhere trying to come up with anti-spiral weapons.
How do you know you arent in a dream world right now and all your current hardships are just challenges you're subconsciously putting up yourself so that when you overcome them that it will feel that much better?
He's right, you know.
He just wanted to save the world with mahjong.
He's so right Miura can't even continue the manga to prove him wrong
It nazi germany, this man is still alive.
not only that but that was just one small part of his track record...he conquered hundreds of planets and enslaved/genocided entire races...how tf was he right