What would sex with Nishimiya be like
Ok /a/, let's write an anime plot one word at a time.
Purple hair best hair?
Is not that I dislike Schierke but since she joined the party the manga gone into a spiral downfall.
Before her the manga had a pretty unique setting and vibe, since she incorported this became more and more generic fantasy.
Not saying its her fault, just that she marked the beginning of the dawnfall.
Miura could have introduced her as mage but kept the setting as it was, all the safety she brought to the party make this manga boring as hell.
Rape-kun (who can coincidentally morph into an orc-like creature) puts both of his hands on the Rumia titty simulator 9000, and in response she screams in a mixture of pleasure and agony.
/jp/ > Rumia > Celica > Sistine >>>>>>>>>>>>> Re=Tard
Celica a best. A BEST.
Re=Tard a shit. A SHIT.
Korean Scans out: http://wasabisyrup.com/archives/jnNA5XDQZ7I
Color page this chapter looks fantastic
Every loli should get a cute onee-chan that guides her into womanhood.
They end turning into fatties though.
ITT: underrated anime that are actually top tier
Be honest, you'd like the show is Kirito was a girl, wouldn't you?
How do they always pull it off?
Why are the Japanese such scumbags?
Why do they feel it's okay to abandon their child if they think it's an inconvenience?
How are they allowed to do this?
They hate non-conformity. This usually manifests itself in xenophobia, but it extends to hatred of anything that isn't "normal" or makes you stand out. Disabilities are seen as shameful and those that have them are at fault for any "problems" they cause to "normal" people.
As such, society doesn't shame people for treating those with disabilities badly, since society believes they deserve it.
What irks me more is the submission to the parents some characters have. Asians in general are pretty crazy with that, and think they must always do what their parents tell them to do.
And of course a lot of parents are huge cunts
>Disabilities are seen as shameful and those that have them are at fault for any "problems" they cause to "normal" people
In Shouko's case it did cause "problems" to her classmates and teacher - or rather inconveniences - which is why they went full ham on her. People in wheelchairs for instance don't get nearly as much shit even in Japan.
No surprise why older generations and younger generations don't connect very well in recent years. The latter is beginning to rebel and be inspired by the wider world they're exposed to via Internet.
What do you think about the harem genre?
There's no middleground. I love it when it doesn't take itself seriously but I also love it when it takes itself completely seriously in its setting.
Flip flop between those two extremes and it'll usually be shit.
And you might as well just fuck off if you don't plan on having a harem/omnibus end.
left or right?