>ITT: Claim your breasts
Wiz breasts are mine
Mi, mi, mirakuru! Mikurun-run!
name a better
Why didn't you save her, /a/?
Why didn't anyone tell Naruto who his parents were? Was it supposed to be a secret? Cause all the jonin and up knew.
Counterpoint: they all knew Minato. They all knew Kushina was pregnant since she was just walking around town. Minato met them all before he self-sacrificed and told them all that his son had been born, also the nine tails thing is gonna be solved asap.
Go look at the people he's addressing in the flashback.
Lt. Quattro is THICC
I _____ my station.
How can people, who hate 3DPD enjoy this manga?
The girls are just drawn so well
almost as well as boys
>draw a boy
>call it a girl
Why is this allowed?
How are you liking the adaption so far?
>you will never be a japanese alpha male
Do you think virtual worlds will be possible and become mainstream? Like in swords art online and Log Horizon
Things like virtual shopping websites (imagine having to move around in 1st person to navigate a virtual shopping mall, instead of just using Amazon normally) fail because most people, even when constantly connected to the internet, see it as a part of their life, and not a replacement to it. It's not unimaginable that we'll get an video game, MMO or otherwise, with a high degree of sensory feedback. Most people aren't going to jack-in 24/7 and live digitally while their physical body just subsists on life support, though . They'll just treat it like any other game.
That would imply we would get to know how our brain works perfectly, then you'd have to design a device that:
a) implants a chip/circuit on your brain so you can stimulate one part or another from the outside
b) an external device that can alter your neurotransmission from the outside, via radiation, very unlikely
even with any of these, there'd be no guarantee that you wouldn't get permanent brain damage, we're even struggling with transplanted hands and robotic limbs
I don't think Full VR will ever come. Our bodies just plain hate getting tinkered with from the outside
Does Griffith have Klinefelter Syndrome, /a/?
>The nemesis of the protagonist of the previous arc trains the protagonist's son and becomes a paternal figure to him
Why this awesome troop is not so common?
Because "protagonist's son" is really rare in the first place, and even more so one that gets old enough to actually be an active player, but his father still continues as the protagonist.