What were not just four?
What is the canon ending to this? Was Yota allowed to live with Ai? I've only watched the OAV and the ending is ambiguous.
Justify this garbage.
What did she mean by this
She was terribly edgy, fucking terrible character and villain.
No motivation for her actions but
>lel it's fun
Fun is a very good motivation for actions.
Fun is why you watch anime.
Fun is why you made this post.
Fun is what you should strive for in your life.
Given that nobody can prove a meaning of life, fun is as good a reason as any other, if not better.
Will Vidar be able to survive today's episode?
There are three deathflags he needs to survive:
>Mikazuki new Lupus Barbatos Rex
>Mcgillis new Gundam Frame Bael
>And the worst deathflag of all.....
Narrating the episodes Preview
Will Vidar acomplish the impossible? Reminder that every character who has narrated an episode preview before has died.
Macky will live. LIVE!
i actually believe he wont betray them because mika is with teakkadan
So I started this show thinking that it would be halfway between SAO and Steins;Gate and made it to episode 18, but this is just too fucking much. Subaru is fucking pathetic and gets even more pathetic every passing minute. There's no comedy or relief at all after the first episodes and the show's just become this massive chug of depression and pity at this point. Does this change at all in the anime or in whatever manga/VN in which the story continues? I'm dropping it if it stays this edgy and unenjoyable.
I kinda see where shit is going with this guy and it's going to destroy his self esteem. Is it possible for the girls to actually care about him besides the black haired one and the midget?
/a/, I found a new web-anime pilot! It looks pretty promising...
Sakura is the name for Japanese cherry blossom. Mei can mean Chinese plum blossom. I thought that was interesting.
you cant hate her you know
is he gay?
So I started this show since I haven't watched a good romance show in a while and I think I might have accidentally spoiled myself way too much. I think I watched a recap episode, since there were lots of frame cuts and interjections that seemed to be past events, alongside the couple of months that seemed to take place.
A few things that confuse me though, since if I'm spoiled it doesn't really matter anymore. I'm guessing this is a show about insecurity and depression and such right? Because while it's clear that Mugi loves Hana, she doesn't want to admit it to herself and she's living in denial that he does.
Otherwise, why didn't she nor Mugi stop when they almost had sex given that it was pretty obvious to both parties that she was incredibly uncomfortable about it.
Third and final question, but I guess this is probably answered in the episodes I missed, why are these two high schoolers interested in their teachers when it's pretty clear that they will never be able to date them. One in a new teacher that only really tutored Mugi and doesn't really care beyond that, while for Hana not only is he her teacher and thus many years older than her, but also her brother. Maybe it's just a cultural difference, but I can't really sympathize with Hana's plight here since it seems like everything she's trying to do is impossible.
I can't really form an opinion on the show since all I've seen is the recap, but it definitely seems like something I might like. Mugi and Hana's romance reminds me of ToraDora but with the main female lead being much better, so I'm definitely looking forward to seeing their relationship improve. I guess I can see why this show is so popular, however unfortunate it is that I spoiled myself so badly.
>I think I watched a recap episode, since there were lots of frame cuts and interjections that seemed to be past events
Sounds like you watched episode 1 to me anon. It just had a lot of cuts in it, it wasn't a recap episode.
>not only is he her teacher and thus many years older than her, but also her brother
Kanai isn't actually Hana's brother, she just calls him oniisan as a term of affection. It's a Japanese thing.
Oh, I guess it was just a pretty bad first episode then. Well I'll hold my judgement for now, since it is only the first episode and a lot of shows can improve from there.
>Kanai isn't actually Hana's brother, she just calls him oniisan as a term of affection. It's a Japanese thing.
I guess that makes sense, I've seen that before. It's just strange cause it seems like she lives with him too.
The show is about discovering ideal 'true' love, with barriers they have to overcome; stereotypical romantic tropes. Each person is unique, so their ideal love is different and their journey to figure it out is what makes this show good.
Draw anime characters in Paint. Bonus points if its not impossible to tell who it is
Doing this on a trackpad was too painful so I gave up pretty early but it's clear who it is
>other anons will try to guess who it is
I'll start with an easy one