Can I enjoy this show if I am not a paedophile?
So I just watched the first season of this for the first time, and I'm a dumb shitlord who needs things explained to him.
What was up with the last 2 episodes? It was a bunch of soul searching personal stuff, which is fine, but in what context did that happen?
It was said to be the "Human Instrumentality Project" but when I look into it the Human Instrumentality Project what I'm told is that it's
"SEELE's secret goal: the forced evolution of humanity through bringing about Third Impact under their own control. The Human Instrumentality Committee oversees NERV's work to bring about completion of the project."
So I still don't understand how that makes everyone go on some hallucinogenic soul searching journey, or if it was all in Shinjis head, or how it even remotely relates to these 2 episodes at all
Sorry for the stupid question.
just watch EoE and know that they're concurrent endings. All you can really get out of the original 2 episodes is something bad happens and Shinji learns to love himself.
Is it possible to be too stupid for anime?
What makes you think so?
I just watched Kekkai Sensen and I have no idea what happened or what message it was trying to convey.
>Kiyoshi-kun . Die . - Chiyo
HANA JUST GAVE A FAKE NOTE TO KIYOSHI
THE WAIFU WARS HAVE BEGUN
Does this get good at any point? Finished volume 4 and am thinking of dropping it.
If you haven't been able to relate to Punpun at this point, it's not for you, yeah. Oyasumi Punpun is mostly supposed to be an incredibly depressing mirror with some life lessons sprinkled in it.
I hesitate to call them life lessons, it's not like what happens to the characters is described as particularily good or bad. But it's food for thought, anyways.
>If you haven't been able to relate to Punpun at this point, it's not for you, yeah.
>Oyasumi Punpun is mostly supposed to be an incredibly depressing mirror with some life lessons sprinkled in it.
Did you find a new waifu for 2017?
A wizard has turned you into Akari!
However, you will change back unless someone steals your precious thing. Who do you choose to do the honor?
How would Asuka be as a house wife?
What is the proper punishment for a guy that kills his mafia brother and then assaults his grieving widows?
Tsumugi is for ________
I'm going to post this everyday until you like it.
Sakura falls in love with Shiro.
Unable to confess, the wormslut is gifted by a deus ex machina with the boy's phone number. Never minding the strange area code, she immediately calls him, and is overjoyed to find out that he has a crush on her as well.
But, the next day, when the educated prostitute recounts the previous day's confessions to the boy, he only looks at her with a perplexed expression. After some investigation, she finds out that the boy she called is not the same boy she fell in love with. In fact, he doesn't exist in this universe at all. He is the alternate universe counterpart of her crush, who has fallen in love with her AU self, who too is blissfully unaware of his crush.
Hijinks ensue as they strike up a deal to give each other their darkest, most private secrets in order to equip each other with the weapons they need to conquer the heart of their other selves. While the two chase their respective loved ones, DRAMA ensues as they begin to fall in love with each other instead and question the NATURE of FISH.
>Sakur-Ai! Because, you know, she's Sakura and it's a love story. Get it, get it?
Is this a 4chan reference?
Seriously what the FUCK is it.
You don't just put random clovers in all the shows.
They're everywhere these days. Is Japan finally taking notice of 4chan?
in the ED of demi-chan we get show this picture of the notes being played but represented by crayons and chalk. When the tune starts, just as it is on screen, the first 3 notes are: F, G and A. All's well and good but then the fourth note plays and it shows it being an E... when its actually a D that should be played..... after that for some reason the scale is wrong by being misplace by one note downward.
This is such a basic error (not to mention a really easy one to fix for the video editors) that i believe this has to be intentional.
music thread i guess
Posting chapter 1.
Please point out any typos or error (broken/bad ellipsis and inconsistent quote marks symbols are trivial and I'll fix them later), feel free to point out typos in the source and not just OCR errors too.
Might post 1 chapter a day if there's interest?
Also, if anyone has HQ illustrations from Yen Press please share them. I'll post my scans but they are pretty bad.
And yes, I'll share the full volume later.
I NEVER EXPECTED THIS DAY TO COME, THOUGHT Asuna, the level-16 fencer, as she held up her Chivalric Rapier +5 in a mid-level stance.
Sixteen feet ahead, a swordsman with black hair and a black coat was doing the same with his sword. His stance looked lazy and relaxed, but the sharp point of the blade stayed utterly still, gleaming coldly as it absorbed Asuna’s gaze.
They were facing each other within a square surrounded by mossy, ancient ruins. The area was silent, with no hint of player or monster alike. The light coming through the outer aperture of the floating castle was weak, closing toward the dark purple of twilight moment by moment.
Today was the fifty-second day since the official start of Sword Art Online, the game of death in which the loss of a player’s avatar ended the life of the player. In the real world, it was December 28, 2022. In four more days, a new year would arrive—assuming they lived to see it.
I’ll survive until next year.
When she first ventured out into the wilderness, she’d never even considered that possibility. She had taken store-bought rapiers, not bothered to do maintenance on them—hadn’t even realized that was possible, in fact—and used them up as she fought relentlessly against countless monsters, resigned to eventually
run out of strength and die... A part of her had even hoped it would happen, looked forward to that oblivion.
But at some point, that Todestrieb—that death drive—had disappeared. It wasn’t that Asuna had a clear hope for the future now. There was no certainty that they would one day defeat this macabre arena and be free to return to the real world. But she did want to live to see another day... to fight her way through this floor and see the next. That emotion was palpable within her.
And the reason for that change was undoubtedly the blackhaired boy before her, holding up his longsword. He had taught her a great deal about the game and how it worked. He had saved her from many perils. And not just that... Despite the soul-crushing danger that surrounded them all, he kept a breezy attitude, never forgot to smile and enjoy himself, and even lightened her heavy heart with the occasional silly mistake. As her constant partner in clearing the game, he gave her hope for tomorrow.
But now, the only thing in the black eyes of Kirito, level-17 swordsman, was sharp, unsentimental concentration. There was no kindness or frivolity there. His sword and mind were one, ready to react to Asuna’s every movement without pause or delay.
Yesterday—December 27—as they’d climbed the circular staircase from the fourth floor to the fifth, Asuna had turned to him and asked, “How long are you planning to work with me?”
She wasn’t expecting to get a concrete answer. Perhaps she’d been led to that sentiment only after parting with the dark elves from the third and fourth floors. Kizmel and Viscount Yofilis were NPCs, but in a certain way, they were closer to her than any player had been.
Kirito stared back into Asuna’s eyes, shrugged, and in his usual aloof manner, said, “Until you’re strong enough to not need me.”
It was a practical response, devoid of emotion in his typical style, but Asuna still couldn’t move that suffocating weight from her heart.