Nico > Maki > Eli > Nozomi > Umi > Kotori > Rin > Hanayo > Honoka
What? Am I that correct? Just as I thought.
What does Shinka symbolize?
>greentext reason in one sentence
>Expected 12 episodes not 39, sports generally bore me, and filename
>not enough Fine
I've just started code geass because there's nothing more that I love than a good show about mind games and I've heard great things about it. However it seems like code geass has the same problem that seems prevalent in almost every psychological anime. Plotholes, logical inconsistencies and poor writing. (continued)
I'm on episode 2 of code geass but already there's tons of things that don't make sense. If he was ok with ordering about 20 soldiers to kill themselves why didn't he order the gray haired girl to kill herself, she already saw his face and she'll probably go looking for her nightmare afterwards. Wouldn't he want to tie up loose ends? Also when he orders her to give him her nightmare she gives him a key and a code, but when the rebels find the train filled with nightmares they're able to pilot them immediately. Are those things shipped with the key in the ignition and a sticky note with the code needed to start the mech in the cockpit or something? I totally buy that the empire of brittania has incompetent military leaders since they probably received their positions due to nepotism and not through merit so I can buy that they freak out when things go to shit. However, when they get a report from their soldier that the rebels are using their mechs and you hear the general say that they're intercepting their communications they're clearly aware that the enemy can see them or their radar right, just like lelouch. Doesn't it work both ways. After their mechs were wiped out and when they prepared to flank them shouldn't they be aware that since all of the enemy combatants are using their mechs that as long as their radars are up they can't sneak up on them. Also how the hell does he know how to pilot a nightmare anyway? The real problem with these kind of anime is that usually it's far easier to shut your brain off and ignore plot holes or bad writing when you don't have to think to much but when I watch an anime like this I can't help but think what I'd do in the mc's situation and if the decisions that the characters are making are rational or not, this makes it really damn hard to not notice these flaws.
Neither I just like to watch a good show with mind games where characters don't make unfounded assumptions that reality molds itself to fit like death note, or where there aren't any glaringly obvious plot holes.
Phantom World is not a harem show about teenagers with supernatural powers fighting monsters in magical academy setting.
If your life is turned into an anime, how much blurays would it sell?
It's time to enlighten /a/.
Why is it that light novel shit gets second seasons but the best fantasy anime ever made doesn't?
Why does this studio always make shows with annoying fan bases?
Alright, we all had tons of fun pretending that there was a rivalry but it seems some Reifags have taken the entire joke to a hole new level. It's sad to see them in almost every thread now and most of them think that Rei actually stands a chance against Asuka.
Can we drop the joke now and have a thread about the true best girl, Asuka?
I thought everyone came to a mutual consensus that Asuka is the best girl?
Maybe Reifags didn't get the memo.
Studio will probably be Deen, since they made the most recent OAD. Same script writer and director as season 1.
Remember the days of good anime? 2007 brought us this classic.
2007 also gave us Bamboo Blade
What mangoes do /a/ want to see translated? We have a good translator ready to roll.
Has to be an untouched series with zero chapters translated already though, no picking-up leftovers.
Who is best and why is it crab?
Anyways, shitposting aside, should I read/watch Kizu after I finish watching Nise?
I'm rather new to the series and I've learned that Kizu is the third released LN so that leads me to believe it is intended to experience that story after watching Nise.
They do a real fuckin good job of making you wonder what happened during spring break and if its intended to learn about it after Nise, then by all means I'll fucking watch it.
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