The young lady asked you a question.
Between Justice and Evil, why is Evil better?
Evil can be for the greater good. It's often misunderstood.
Chuunis appeal to evil because they know that villains are supposed to be alone and hated just like they are so they share a sentiment of being outcasts.
Inherently everybody knows that it's better to be good than evil, but when you don't have a choice since you obviously aren't any good, at the very least they can go full darkness and claim that it's because they like it that way or some other bullshit.
Basically the same reason anons claim that they're much happier on 4chan and being virgins rather than hanging out with friends or actually doing something with their lives; they don't have a choice in the matter
I'll give them one thing, they're definitely better at coming back after being a loss. Seriously, it must be a pain in the ass to get everlasting peace. One villain pops up, next thing you know a village is gone and a hero has to go on out to kick his ass. You beat him, another one shows up. You'd think they'd know when to quit.
It was not his intention to fight Shana. Both of them were not planning to kill each other in the final fight anyway. It is more like and exaggerated lover's spat with the support of God(snake) and King(Alastor) that changed the fate of the world.
They keep on consuming humans for their greed and ambition and that will lead to the balance of the world being distorted. Call it perspective, but it's evil in the sense it's disrupting peace and order.
What are you saying? JUSTICE can't be evil, that makes no sense.
>Yuji is not evil. So are the crimson denizens. And Yuji didn't join them for evil reason. He joined them to bring peace to this world, and he did it.
That's the entire point of chuuni, anon. They call themselves evil to be cool and dark, even though their actions say otherwise.
>Being anything other than True Neutral or Lawful Evil.
You disappoint me.