Finished watching Hikaru no Go.
Anime will never look and feel the same. Everything is changing for the worse. This is our atonement for not killing ourselves while at our civilizational peak, i.e 1990–2010.
If you choose not to kill yourself, accept "Learn Japanese" as the preeminent goal of life. You must learn it and...
1) browse the Japanese web
2) read manga in Japanese
3) watch anime in Japanese.
>There are no worries to worry about except the worry of not learning Japanese.
I need to learn Japanese, only then can I forgive everything - every sin and every evil in this world.
I have in my non-delusional state realized that anime and the general Otaku subset of Japanese culture is the most pleasurable stuff in my limited existence, and I need to maximize my consumption of it.
What the fuck?
Also too much of anything is a bad thing so stop acting like you had some epiphany
>I have in my non-delusional state realized that anime and the general Otaku subset of Japanese culture is the most pleasurable stuff in my limited existence, and I need to maximize my consumption of it.
welcome to /a/ brother, glad to have you here.
I'm turned off by pillows and girl obsessions, though. I'm muscular and handsome.
Hiding one's enthusiasm for anime, video games, manga and other J-stuff must not be neglected.
Good goy! Waste your sexual energy and limited time on other people's creations!
Kill yourself. You can't be saved.
I created this thread, and you spent time on it. I don't care about your message, so it was a waste; can you be saved, yid?
I'm just surprised it was the Hikaru no Go anime that brought you these feelings. Is it really that good? I love the manga (tugs the heartstrings of my old chess club and tournament days), but I thought the anime adaption was just so-so. Same with Shion no Ou (like Hikaru but with shogi and a mystery plot), the manga is great but the adaption is lackluster (besides a kickin' OP).
Also you can stop reading Hikaru after the individual character stories. Nothing further was developed very far before the series was cancelled.
>I need to learn Japanese
wrong takeaway. You need to learn Go, and take your first step to achieving the Hand of God.
I just really liked it. So engaging and gripping, I loved it all. I haven't read pretty much a single manga, I'll check out Hikaru no Go though.
Where can I find the scans?
>Wasting my life to learn some language from a country I'd never visit and only give a shit about it because of its entertainment value.