Can someone explain Alucard's death to me? Like why did absorbing Schrödinger cause that "paradox of abstraction" the Major was going on about? I get that there was a reference to Schrödinger's cat but I'm not sure what it means. Also general Hellsing thread I guess.
I guess that since he absorbed him he somehow existed everywhere, but nowhere at the same time, and so he lost his sense of self and vanished.
What i'm more curious about is how the fuck he had that kind of power in the first place.
Someone explains it in the series. Schrodinger only exists as long as he believes he exists. This is how he can appear anywhere and not really be killed.
The entire plan was to trick Alucard into indiscriminately taking in a ton of blood. Then Schrodinger would allow himself to be absorbed into Alucard thus giving Alucard his powers. Since Alucard doesn't know how these powers work he would basically just stop existing.
The only thing that annoyed me was Seras Victoria doing blood magic to sprout a wing out of her dismembered arm-hole.
What's a matter, kid, you don't like QUIZ BOWL animes?
>0.01 margin speed
ITT: Games your waifu would enjoy (If she were to like videogames, if she already does, great)
I'm not talking about shows that are set in Europe or a Europe-type setting (Fullmetal Alchemist, SnK, etc.), but just shows that are set in Japan. Is it just to make them stand out from the mostly dark-haired cast? Was there some really old influential anime with blonde characters that the new shows are imitating?
Okay guys we all know the drill by now
Who dies in horror and agony and who gets BEFRIENDED?
Now that would be amazing.
/a/ and /m/ would completely lose their shit if she came back somehow.
Talk about a shitstorm for the ages. I would love it.
Cheer up Nagato.
She's just a cartoon dude. A pretty designed character but alas... Not a real human.
Post an anime character without posting them.
What were they thinking?
Is Monster Strike worth watching? How's it compare with Pokemon/Digimon?
The girls are cute is why I ask
I liked it better than End of Evangelion.
Holy fuck it was good,and the anime is one of the most faithful adaptations of a manga I've seen
>the anime is one of the most faithful adaptations of a manga
most manga adaptations are more faithful to their source than it. At least they don't alter the setting and artstyle like Parasye: the maxim did.
It's an adventure, right? Right?
Today is Satomi Arai's birthday, let's celebrate with a thread kuroko
>be a cute witch
>attend Luna Nova
>the flip classmate of yours starts calling you mommy
>she starts to cry when you try to tell her to cut it out
>join luna nova
>be the only male in the school
>edgy warlock teacher who teaches dark magic
>be the admiration of hundreds of boy-hungry frustrated teenage girls
>bully them whenever they display affection towards me
Just came back from Anime Expo. How did /a/ react to the new Trigger anime announcements Promare and Grid?
It will be yet another overhyped 'LOL those japs are soooo wacky' trash. This zany shit has overstayed its welcome.
I'd like the mid 00s to not come back please, I thought the randumb phase was over.