Is there any anime more based than LoGH? More Nietzschean than Berserk? More nationalist than Attack of the Titans?
If so, tell me so I can watch it.
Post your top 5 favorite LoGH characters and rate each other.
I'll go first:
3. Lt. Greenhill
It was the first and only anime I've ever watched. Mainly because I think anime is for weebo faggots, but /pol/ convinced me to watch it. It was pretty good, can't wait for the remake as long as its not been changed by SJWs
and I mean literally literally
the poster and DVD cover are pretty clear about this
You've probably at least seen a few gifs of it on /pol/
>I dont understand why people like him.
He's a genius but remains humble and sincere. What's not to like?
>Reuental and Oberstein much more interesting.
Interesting does not necessarily mean likable.
Magic is the most recent redpilled anime I can think of.
There isn't much of a political nature behind Cowboy Bebop, right? It's been a while since I watched it.
No. Oberstein is a great character but I'm pretty sure only an autist could find him their favorite.
did you even watch the anime?
yang: hey lets not invade them we'll lose
everyone else: ha you're an idoit lets invade anyways!
everyone: lets make someone other than yang the admiral it will be brillaint!
yang: but this guys an idiot and his plan will get people killed
everyone: hey yang just saved us from a disaster, lets take him out of his position and put him on trial!
yang: but they are going to invade and cause s civil war!
everyone: pft ha ya right
yang: ha I'm finally about to kill their leader and end this war once and for all!
everyone else: .... ooops sorry yang we accidently the whole republic, you got to give up now.
Now it makes sense why Reinhard didn't give a shit about marriage when everyone was bugging him about it in the second arc.
>WHY DON'T YOU GET MARRIED REINHARD-SAMA?
>YOU MUST GET MARRIED, MEIN KAISER, YOU MUST LEAVE AN HEIR
>W-well... I'm working on other things...
Still the best trailer:
It hurts knowing the remake will be shit.
It won't just be different people under different political systems anymore, it'll be "good guys" vs "bad guys". If they're going to rape the series, at least make it about something we haven't seen. Do a prequel, the rise of Rudolph.
Only Manga i read. Well next to JoJo.
thats some spoilers right there son
ik that feel bro, i paused it and play vidya for about 4 hours before returning
Yang is easily the most 'normal' main character. Oberstein is the obvious autist.
Is it just me or does Yang feel like a self insert character? He wanted to study history, going by the authors knowledge of European names, I'm guessing he's gone through or dropped out of a history study.
Also a lot of his characteristics are similar to your average reclusive jap artist, lazy, likes to drink a lot, socially a bit awkward with special snowflake characteristics like being brilliant in short bursts and strong morals.
>just watched the episode with Bucock's death
I didn't expect to get feels after he gave his speech to Reinhard about how he respects him, but neither he nor Yang could ever be a subordinate to him.
Julian, Schenkopp, Mittermeyer, Attenborough, Lohengramm, Poplan, the list goes on.
Thinking about it now, you're hard pressed to find anyone less autistic than Oberstein or Yang. Yang's that guy who sets the building on fire in Office Space, he has spates of 'normal', the majority of it his him sitting silent, unsocial, and autistic.
No No No No No. That was Yang's defining moment. That's what made Yang awesome. If he would have killed Reinhard, he would have violated everything he stood for.
Yang believed in a civilian controlled military. Yang believed in a representative democracy.
This post makes me want to drink.
This anon gets it.
Honestly, I didn't really like that arc. They've been playing up the whole thing about Ruenthal rebelling since near the beginning of the series, and when it finally happens, it's not because of Ruenthal's ambitions or anything, but basically over a misunderstanding he has with Reinhart. And then the whole thing is over in 3 episodes or so and it doesn't really change anything.
>when it finally happens, it's not because of Ruenthal's ambitions or anything, but basically over a misunderstanding he has with Reinhart
Except that Reunthal used the misunderstanding as an excuse to do what he wanted to all along
>And then the whole thing is over in 3 episodes or so and it doesn't really change anything.
Were you expecting Reunthal to win or something?
Were you expecting his fragmented, tiny, and morale-less navy to have a snowballs chance in hell against the united, massive, and high morale Reinhard camp? Hell he was the only fleet admiral in his camp, Reinhard had basically every notable commander in the universe on his side
I didn't mind it actually.
He got fed up trying to explain that he wasn't trying to take over, despite obviously wanting to. When it happened again, even though he knew he was being used as a chess piece, he didn't think he should have to explain himself again and just rolled with it.
Its not supposed to be a ground breaking plot advancement.
It merely concludes the tragic figure of Reunthal. He was a true Byronic hero fitting in with the romantic themes throughout the series. If we take Schopenhauer's definition of tragedy as 'an unfortunate series of events that occurs through misunderstanding', then this story arc was the wrapping up of Ruenthal's character.
In my opinion the fact that they built up a tragedy for 90~ episodes is quite amazing; I was so enthralled by his character and the genuine friendship with Mittermeyer that it was quite the emotional moment
It's a space opera about politics. It's not particularly action heavy, it's mostly dialogue. I'd say give it 5-10 episodes, and if you're not a fan, move along.
Everyone praises Spice & Wolf, but I thought it shallow trash and had to force myself through the 12(?) episodes. Someone told me I didn't have the patience for it, but I enjoyed all 110 episodes of LoGH.
Point is, you just might not be feeling it, different tastes and all that jazz.
if femenists from america left and found an island for themselves, and then America attacked it saying its American land, America would be in the wrong. Just like the empire is now
Great pick for /pol/, since the magicians are literally Jews
Kaiji is pretty insightful on society and human nature, though all of Fukumoto's works are great
>edwin a shit
Yeah man holding the entire fleet together durring the Battle of the Corridor was a job anyone could do right?
Dusty was important for a lot of the 13th fleets succeses
Was Yang right? Do the masses just want an autocrat?
THIS. Although the series went downhill a long time ago.
I love how the japs can be pretty redpilled about certain things
>Tonegawa's speech when the contestants are crossing the bridges in season 1
Berserk isn't Lovecraftian. If you read the manga there's a distinct hierarchy of Gods that are actively guiding mortals. They aren't necessarily evil and seem to be more amused than malevolent when mortals decide to trade their souls for power.
If it was Lovecraftian the Gods would be utterly alien and actively trying to devour humanity or at least keep it alive long enough to tentacle rape it into submission.
>Outsiders are taller than the Japanese (almost every Western nation is)
>Outsiders will kill you
>Outsiders will stop at nothing to ruin your society
>We need to protect ourselves and kill them first
Actually, they are no Titans in their society, and they are not trying to exterminate the titans, but rather to avoid them.
That's not to say that their wall is literally titans, that the people are titans and everything is titans on SnK. If it were an analogy, it would mean niggers and spics are the wall that protects us from niggers and spics and thus the base of our society and that niggers are white men on the inside. If you agree with those world views you are a quite the kike.
Griffith is a creator and his followers are the herd. He undergoes a transformation during which he rejects moral restrictions.
Griffiths dream is the Nietzchean will-to-power.
Berserk is more of a criticism of Nietzche, given how monstrous Femto-Griffith is portrayed.
>attack of the titans
I stopped when eren suddenly became a titan. This is the kind of bullshit that ruin animes for me. I just can't watch it, it's ust too stupide and illogical.
Fischer didn't get much of the screen time he deserved. Organizers aren't shown as much.
And dusty did a lot. There's a reason he zipped through the ranks so fast. Dusty is a brilliant commander in his own right, it's just hard to show off next to Yang.
I thought it was bullshit too. The show was starting to git gud when the surviving soldiers stopped feeling sorry for themselves and started winning.
If GoT taught us anything it's that people don't mind when main characters get killed off. In fact it adds some depth to the story, and that the story arc doesn't necessarily end with the death of a character.
>characters dealing with love and loss>muh anime saiyan powers
>>characters dealing with love and loss>muh anime saiyan powers
Exactly what i had in mind.
Consider the following:
Basically, it's full of "I sort of care about you, but when I need to do what I need to do, stay the fuck out of my way."
I don't know about degeneracy destroying Tokyo. The ending would've been different if that was the case.
>I stopped when eren suddenly became a titan. This is the kind of bullshit that ruin animes for me. I just can't watch it, it's ust too stupide and illogical
>Titans = terrorism
>Walls = WTC
>Military Police Corps = Homeland Security
>Colossal, Armored, Female Titans = al Qaeda
Eren becoming a titan is symbolic of the Survey Corps becoming increasingly redpilled about the true situation regarding the titans (which Eren's father knew about), which is that they were *created* to keep humans trapped and docile, for the benefit of their rulers.