Hero Club Five Tenets!
Give people a good greeting!
Try not to give up!
Eat well, sleep well!
If you’re troubled, talk to someone!
You’re likely to succeed if you try!
Reminder this is all Sonoko's plan.
How would you feel if Yuuki solves everything through punching? Like she punches things so hard that everyone's disabilities are cured and the Vertex go away forever?
Next episode Tougou will kill Shinju-sama
Sonoko will go Mankai 20 more times, achieving cripple limit break and becoming a god (they imply that this is the ultimate fate of heroes). She will replace Shinju-sama and everyone will live happily ever after and little girls won't have to become crippled to prevent humanity from being killed anymore.
>Would Togo is racist towards non-Japanese or is she just a traditionalist?
If no non-Japanese exist, she probably can't even conceive of the idea of being racist against other humans except possibly as a historical antiquity.
best girl is gonna stop tougou and become a god in the next episode.
She's like 16 and acts like a 7 year old, dresses like a 4 year old, and is as useless as a plank. She'll get hated to shits for being the moemoe characters.
Imagine Yuuna haters but worse
mummies > all
>Yuna already made up her mind and decided it's not Togo's fault
You guys do know this basically means Sonoko will be final boss right?
Logically speaking, there is no other alternative.
I would be ok with that if it were symphogear.
It kinda feels out of place in YYY now after all they went through.
It's kinda like spitting in the face of the other girls.
>why didn't you just punch harder, bakas?
>A person with radiation poisoning is still alive. A person with a few days to live is still alive in the same way a person with years left to live is still alive. At what point do you become "dead"? Three days?
It's the same as with dead brain - body can be alive and even healthy, but the person is dead, and only thing that keeping it in this state is machines.
SAY THIS SHIT RIGHT NOW
I wanted Yuuna to break. I wanted her to crack..
I guess she's too optimistic and Heroic.
Sagittarius, Scorpio, Cancer - killed Gin
Virgo - interrupted Gin's funeral
Pisces - destroyed the bridge
She cracked already, you want her to crack harder than a Nutcracker?
For the first few weeks, I love how this show had absolute zero interest from anons until last couple of episodes aired.
Is that the power of "magical girl suffering from such fate" shenanigans? Seems like a trend starting from Madoka.
>Karin mankais 4 times
>she loses a leg, an arm, both ears, and both eyes
This is so much fucking bullshit. Sonoko did it 20 times and is still more functional. I am mad as fuck.
>crack harder than a Nutcracker?
She would have to out-crazy homura to achieve that.
I started following this when someone posted that heroic looking Yuna stare from episode one.
And I have been more or less participating in nearly all the threads. It's been fun.
I am not looking forward to next season.
These threads sure are going fast.
It can't be helped.
She won't even know how her new fairies will look like.
I'm having no say, it's just too much.
I watched that, just didn't liked it. At all.
ALL THE STARS ARE ENEMIES
I dropped ep 1 half way through thinking it was going to be a slice of life.
Then there is that one anon who keeps on fooling us that the rest of the anons were having an in joke and that the show is not full of suffering.
That anon, are you there?
Well, you made me pick the show up due to curiosity and fell in love with it.
YYY caught my eye due to its pacing and direction. Whenever i felt like things were just about to slow down, they threw something new at us. While YYY started with a number of cliches, it worked through them fast and subtly added its own take. It also rarely lead us to believe what did happen the next episode would happen. Ultimately, YYY's biggest strength is that it has taken its time to build up something worth losing later on. And it's only because of that patience that the fruit we're seeing born is so sweet.
You're the stupidest thing I ever heard!
I've been following it before Fall in that thread where an anon compiles every PV and summary and makes the thread. I was expecting SoL but good thing Shirobako is just as good.
I picked it up for the comfy SoL.
No fucking regret. Everyone love an underdog story with lovable characters. I dont even mind a fucking asspull disney fairy tale end right now and I actually hate those with a passion.
Fuck, I just can't get over Karin's sacrifice.
The ending is already established.
I can't see anything besides a bittersweet ending in which a bunch of cripples live "happily" together.
And this fact just breaks me.
I guess I'm going to get some sleep now.
This has nothing to do with fatalism, it's the reality Togo faced - the mind (world) is dead, and they only keeping body alive waiting for time when there will be blackout. Their sacrifices has no meaning.
Yuuki Yuuna punches the shit out of tougou, she stops being crazy, sonoko comes back before her plan of tougou destroying the tree failed and becomes final boss, Tougou gets Wasshi~ memories back and she and YuYu fight sonoko since she wants to destroy the world Gin protected with her life, Wasshi~ takes sonoko with her.
the show ends with crippled Yuuki Yuuna being recruited to the Yuusha club, end.
Jew girl nendo never.
I really hope this series gets a figma for all five girls. And that Alter's Yuuki is good. I will pray.
I jumped into this show because of the Yuusha designs, especially Yuuna's.
And stayed for the discussion, it's fun learning the little things from lurking in these threads.
>fairies don't protect her at all
>only four mankai and lose more essential body parts than someone who mankai'ed over 20 times
>yuna forgets her less than 2 minutes later and leaves her alone in the middle of nowhere
Who in recent /a/ memory was bullied this much?
Think about it this way - The sun will burn away all life on this rock. But we cannot despair yet.
We hope for a miracle, that God will take us to His Kingdom, or that we achieve space migration, or that there is a remote chance something will work out.
>Is that the power of "magical girl suffering from such fate" shenanigans?
To get massive discussion going? Yes.
To get people watching? Not necessarily. People may have been watching without talking much about it. I simply started to watch it for cute magical girls and great costume designs and I'm sure so did many others.
The suffering fuels threads, not necessarily viewer counts. Although i'm sure a few people picked it up due to word of mouth.
>Seems like a trend starting from Madoka.
Suffering always attracts people. Might get labled edgy and grimdark and whatnot, but it still attracts people.
>Last episode on Christmas
>Alter picks up Yuuna already
I'm ready to get protected.
She only had one. And fairies get converted into weapons when they summon them, look at tougou switching weapons, she unsummons fairies depending on which weapon she uses.
Karin had zero protection at that point.
You know, these tenets sure are something.
>Try not to give up!
>You’re likely to succeed if you try!
I'm starting to be less lazy because of those since just saying one of them in my mind is enough to build up my spirit.
As expected of heroes.
Karin-chan you were the coolest
Web novel soon. http://www.geneino.com/
I knew this should was going to be great from the very first episode, when Yuna decided to completely skip the expected mahou shoujo transformation scene, and transform by punching things instead all while giving a badass speech with a great OST.
The whole idea of Mankai/Sange is fantastically devious. It doesn't seem like much at first because it's so subtle. But it's terrifying once you begin projecting out into your future.
How can the wall be real if Karin's eyes aren't real?
Wait. She grabbed it with her mouth because she lost her arm there.
And she had the eye covering because she was blind. And the last one was her hearing.
Dammit anons. Now I feel bad again.
Reminder that cursed terminal or no, red is the most badass color.
Well, she said her stamina's out, so she's in no state to mankai.
I'm sure an adaptation of the Wasshi~ LN would make people cry. At least the anime has a chance at a happy ending.
Hearing came before blindness, I'm pretty sure. I'm surprised she didn't get a ribbon arm to hold her other sword with/to manipulate her dead arm with, though, Tougou got a better deal with her prehensile ribbons.