Wtf did I just watch?
Did you see a girl kill her dad because her brother didn't fuck her?
Did you see a 6 episode arc based around being the principal?
Did you see decent animaiton and wonderul coreorgaphy ruined by terrible writing and pacing?
If so you've just watched Guilty Crown.
How can this bitch be this bad?
[title is 'I wanna be useful']
Ever since he became the volleyball club president,
Takeru-kun has always been troubled.
"Noro skipped out on practice Sunday"
"And it happened right after I became the president..."
I wanna cheer him up
"It was just by cance"
"It'll be fine, It will!!"
"Sorry, just spacing out"
"C...could you cheer up?"
"If you don't cheer up"
"I'll feel a little lonely, okay?"
Ah ah ah ah ah...!!
"Is there something I can do?"
"No... this is about the club,"
"So there's nothing for you to worry about"
"Is there something you want me to do?"
"Like, something that would things fun..."
So in the end, Rokudenashi was the better battle harem, right?
Wow this was the weakest Adachi work by far. Why did you guys recommend this?
>Why are they using classic horse drawn carriages? You mean to tell me in a world of magic & technological prowess, they have to rely on animals?
>The MC can fly with magic; did no one in the history of their civilization ever think to utilize that for everyday life? No, lets use horses.
>Why are they living in castles? The whole point of castles were that they were effective against siege warfare, and once new technology came around that drastically reduced the effectiveness of them, humanity sought other methods E.G. bunkers etc.
>Once again, they live in a world of flight & extremely powerful weaponry; the monsters are clearly shown wrecking their castles, why are they using them?
>Why does the MC having programming knowledge put him at such an advantage over literally everyone else. Even if magic was similar to programming, out of everyone who uses it, there wasn't one person who thought of using like the MC does?
>What is the the point of the MC turning his staff thing into a gun? The old design was omnidirectional & magic in their world clearly doesn't require a combustion chamber... so? Also again, no one else ever thought of this?
>Everyone knew what class the giant turtle was, but no one except for the MC realizes how to defeat it. Does that imply that they assumed what class it was, but had never seen the turtle before? Was the discovery that it was using magic to support itself unheard of in their universe UNTIL the MC killed it?
>In a world of robots & magic, a guy on a horse has to inform people about a monster attack. A HORSE... they haaaaaaaave fucking robots and sorcery... who fucking wrote this? Who?
>Why does Japan keep producing this shit?
>You mean to tell me in a world of magic & technological prowess
The technology is practically handed to them. Give a bunch of barbarians computers, and tell them to innovate with that.
>MC can fly
He "flies" (more like jumps really high) by expanding and compressing the air behind him. This sort of magic would require a modern understanding of air, and the fact that air isn't just a void of nothing.
>the monsters are clearly shown wrecking their castles, why are they using them?
Only very rare monsters that appear once in a while, are able to wreck their castles though.
>out of everyone who uses it, there wasn't one person who thought of using like the MC does?
People get stuck into thinking of the world with certain mindsets. And sometimes you have to go all the way back and build things from scratch. I've no clue how the people in this world were using magic, but it's possible that they were just "handed" these magic spells, like how the Ether reactors and such were "handed" to them.
>What is the the point of the MC turning his staff thing into a gun?
Presumably for more accurate aiming, and so he could attach a bayonet to the end.
>no one else ever thought of this?
Again, people get stuck into thinking of the world in certain ways. In our own world, the design for a gun or rifle took centuries to come up with, with hand-canons looking awkward as fuck to anyone today.
>but no one except for the MC realizes how to defeat it
What? No. The MC was just faster (because reasons explained in the show) and could maneuver around the turtle while whittling its magical defenses down. Everyone already knew that it uses magic to support itself; the problem is actually fighting it long enough for that weakness to make itself apparent.
They have no automation, so most every mech is built and maintained by hand, thus, a limited supply..
You should be able to solve this
I dare you to name one anime character as fucking awesome as Erwin. Protip: You can't.
Alucard is a goddamn immortal vampire that can afford to kill every last iteration of himself when things get dicey. Erwin is just some random scrub that isn't completely retarded. No contest, please try again.
Think of the union which is created in the loving embrace of a dragon and a trap, a magnificent union, a quite extraordinary union, the greatest love story never told!
Are you ready for the greatest love story never told?
Do you watch multiple shows at the same time or stick with only one until you're finished and then go to the next one?
There's something about this ED. It makes me feel funny in weird places.
I mean just look at it.
What's the best Shin Chan film?
At what point did One Piece become bad?
Sorry for bad England
How do people watch this romance garbage?
Bitch ass MC who constantly dropping his spaghetti like a pathetic bitch, the premise is alright but nah fuck this trash.
We know Yui deserves to be bullied, but by how much exactly?
And how do you feel about the future scenes from the manga that just got finished?