Shows that started off great with lots of promise and then went to shit. Pic related.
MC carried the shitty adaption.
Oh look, another faggot butthurt he didn't get SAO clone #7357.
I'll never understand why people liked rokka so much.
It took 5 episodes for the show to really get started and then it had 2-3 super solid episodes and then it just went back downhill again.
Wow, what a perfect example. Literally hipster normalfag bait. Also pic related, only the first two episodes were good.
No, a closed room mystery for 12 goddamned does not make a good show, hell the fucking book spoils you in the bloody prologue, the next 3 volumes that I read weren't much better. The fig was a master asspuller and I have no idea why you idiots praise the guy as some revolutionary villain.
It starts off like "Alright, off to kick the elder god's ass and get some shit going" and then gets stuck in a shitty back and forth mystery subplot in the exact same bland location for like 8 episodes, and then it's over.
>hell the fucking book spoils you in the bloody prologue
It didn't really. It just spoiled you that Nashetania tried to kill Adlet, but that could have several reasons, e.g. her honestly believing that Adlet is the 7th.
Also how is being a closed mystery a bad thing in itself? The show was good because it had an interesting plot with a solution that made sense and could (for the most part) actually be deduced from what was shown.
The show bored me to tears and I watched snoozefests like Argevollen and M3 and actually liked them once they were done.
>the solution could be deducted
My ass it could, every single mystery solution was a bloody asspull so far.
For me its the other way around
It started like a generic anime, like a boy is gonna defeat the evil guys
But when they got to the temple, it became the greatest anime that season, maybe even of the year
It's funny - I had the complete opposite reaction. I couldn't care less about the typical fellowship fantasy plot, and nearly dropped it at the beginning; it was the rest of the season that made me invest in the characters and actually give a damn about the larger story.
First show to make me actually pick up an LN.
I'm beginning to wonder if this is some sort of meme or what. Were people really disappointed it was a mystery show rather than an adventure? I keep feeling like anyone who posts this must be doing so facetiously. I mean, it's not like the show wasn't explicitly billed as a mystery. Anyone going in to it would have known.
I went in relatively blind; I had just heard the first episode was pretty neat, so I picked it up on a whim. I actually had no clue about the mystery aspect until it came into play.
The anime original episode 3 got my hopes up that Lerche may add some pretty neat stuff to the anime that further fleshes out characters like Megu-nee and elaborates more events that the manga left unexplained.
Instead I got this shit.
They were doing so good too. I'm surprised I didn't drop it.
I didn't hate it because it was a mystery instead of an adventure.
I hated it because it was a shitty mystery, and the final episode with the OTHER extra hero showing up made is even more shit. Fuck this show, and fuck this series.
The world design for this was great, it's not something you see too often. Look at that magnificent motherfucker too, his design was nice.
The whole whodunit plot was ok but the fiends were atrocious. I would have preferred the action to take place in that neat city instead of some stupid forest, but I guess it was important to the plot.
How did RnY start off generic? How often do we even have anime that give off a particularly pre-European/per-Colonial era Mayan/Aztec theme as a setting or world?
That doesn't come off even remotely generic to me.
you a casual anime shitter
go back to toonami faggit
>great premise and potential
>great build-up till episode 6
>bitch should have stayed dead
>the last 3 episodes
I was under the impression that One Piece had never stopped being good. But even if it has, stopping it at Buggy is ridiculously early. Buggy wasn't exactly the sort of ultimate villain you use to cap a series.
Stopping at Alabasta maybe. Or Water 7. But Buggy?
Yes. You could already tell how it's going to end from there and you just knew it was going to be some bullshit drama around muh dead android.
Also it took him like 8 episodes to figure out she has only 1 month left. I mean how retarded do you have to be to come work at a giftia retrial company and not ask about their remaining time the first minute you meet. Also he knew she was with the company for at least 6 years already so that should raise suspicion by itself.
>You could already tell how it's going to end from there
Yes but the journey is more important considering it is 98% of the show length. If I wanted to watch anime for the endings I would read spoilers.
That last episode
Granted. By even everything in between was shit. Isla was so fucking boring I don't even know what MC retard saw in her. Only time she did something useful was off screen or with other characters talking over it while she was doing stuff in the background.
Michiru was 10 times more fun than her.