Why not watch it yourself and find out?
It's good enough that she's still relevant after all these years, so go watch it.
Are you sure you can handle all the math and economics of it?
Oh boy; this stupid problem again. tl;dr, it's an impossible set of angles.
Term angle DEC "β". BDE is "δ". EDC is "γ."
α + δ = 130
α + β = 60
γ + δ = 50
γ + β = 160
So far so good, but if you solve the system of linear equations you get:
130 - δ = α = 60 - β
70 + β = δ
Which is impossible:
γ + (70 + β) = 50
γ + β = -20 != 160
Unless Kuro is assuming some kind of bizarre non-Euclidean fuckery, it's insoluble by its own terms.
>calling a wolf a fox
I swear to fucking god huey im going to drown your ass.
I really wanted to like it, but couldn't.
The animation and style used in the show was terrible. Just really low budget.
While the characters weren't bad, the economics side of things was just mindnumblingly stupid.
Wow whats it like having taste this bad?
>No you are
Did you learn that one on the playground last week?
How can you have objectively well made characters?
You can hate the pacing, or the art/animation all day long, but not appreciating a well flushed out character is just fucking sad.
Engrish very hard baka senpai.
I know a Jap girl who graduated from Jap university, studied English linguistics there. She can't use English for shit, she knows less than kids from elementary school.
Not the same anon but In the end of every problem we always learn that it was all part of her plan and or she knew how to solve the problem but decided to not because "fufufu silly human boy" and she was never in actual danger.
Even Laurence confessing his feelings was part of her plan. You can take the term as an insult if you want but I still like her even if she as some Mary sue like characteristics.
I'd say she isn't mary sue just because she is capable of solving most problems. She has several detrimental personality traits like abandonment complex, fear of aging rate, etc etc.
And these things are brought up.
Sure she can solve most issues by force or by wit alone but she got verbally smacked the fuck up by the golden sheep.
That's a wolf, this is a fox.
If being able to solve most problems makes you a mary sue, then a battle rifle is a mary sue.
As >>137162929 said, mary sues are literally perfect, Holo is shown several times to have very deliberating mental issues that she hasn't really worked out to any real degree.
This is my latest piece of Spice and Wolf merchandise. Liru approves.
I'd prefer an extra volume about Lawrence going back along his route while he was trying to transfer it to someone else so he could stop being a merchant after volume 16 and where they actually fuck at the end of it
>she got verbally smacked the fuck up by the golden sheep.
And that never happened in the show just in the LN. That is why I recommend the LN over the anime because she is perfect in the source material.
So having a few issues is all it takes to remove the Mary Sue tag of a character? Then how about this
>Insecure, feminine looking kid with no friends that games as a form of escapism after certain events develops a trauma.
According to your logic this enough to remove the Gary Stu status of Kirito from SAO who just like the harvest goddess is not only considerate charming and extremely attractive to the opposite gender but is smart enough to solve any problem with the other day of exception that Horo can also manipulate people to do what she wants and can transform into a giant wolf capable of defeating armies.