Would Rosa have grown up to be a kinder and more emotionally stable person if she hadn't been abused by her father and siblings, felt responsible for Beatrice II's death when she was about 13 years old, and abandoned by her husband and left as a single mother? Or was Rosa 100 percent nature and zero percent nurture - someone that would have been a completely horrible person no matter what?
I wond tap that if given the chance. All she ever need was a dick to calm her down.
Does anyone remember this show? I used to love it back when it aired but I'm fairly sure it wouldn't hold up for a rewatch 10 years later
Farnese-sama, what is the punishment for heretics?
New chapter in a few minutes
Why do people call these "forced drama"? At least in most instances the drama had pretty legit reasons to happen.
'Forced drama' is such a shit critisism. ALL fictional drama is 'forced' drama. Some people need to have a cop-out reason to dislike something popular instead of just saying it's not their bag, baby.
I think people mean "unnatural" when they call it forced.
Take NagiAsu for example. The majority of the drama is caused by people being at the right place in the right time to overhear something or step in to talk to somebody to fuel shipping drama. Its really unnatural and frustrating.
Plastic Memories, on the other hand, is more natural because it lets the situations speak for themselves rather than going out of the show's way to manufacture. Isla's deactivation was decided in the beginning of the show and all the anxiety and sadness just naturally unfolds from that.
Any opinions on this abortion?
Are we ever going to see her again?
Does /a/ like anime fanfic? The fact that I enjoy DBS despite all of its obvious flaws makes me feel like I do enjoy fanfic, but I'm not sure if this makes me a pleb or not. Should I explore this road or beat the bad taste out of myself?
Sumire-16 sai, Sakamoto desu ga, Assassination Classroom, GTO, Golden Boy.
Does this sub-genre have a name, and can you think of any other anime/manga that fit in it?
What I mean is stories that center around a cast of mostly archetypes, and then the weirdo main character comes in and basically improves everyones lives massively then usually leaves at the end.
Doesn't have to be in a school, Oyaji is another example where he just improves the lives of his family members that have never seen him before.
Thoughts on Tsunade's body of work?
do reifags hate asuka because they're emotionally incompetent and have a poor ability to empathize with others?
poor quints, scripting reifag. Asuka needed someone to care for her. She's had a difficult life. Reifags are so shallow most of them just call her a bitch and think that's the depth of her character.
Hopes and expectations?
I hope that the ending is good enough to make up for being a sequel of an anime with one of the best endings of all time, but I don't think it will be able to. All we can do now is be thankful that Taniguchi and Okouchi will be taking care of R3.
Are you enjoying the sky show?
Yes, first spisode had a weird and slow pacing but this show had the only first episode this season that made me fucking curious about wtf was happening making me want more
and ep 2 delivered
Only top tier waifus allowed in here