We all know Nisio Isin, but who else is there?
You obviously didn't see 2014 AOTY, which he wrote.
Urobuchi writes entry level garbage.
Saying that he's the best and "nobody can name any serious competition that doesn't give the impression of bias and special snowflake" makes you no different than who watched 2 anime and say "Dragon Ball is the best anime ever made".
>Urobuchi writes entry level garbage.
No, he does not.
None of his works is entry-level. SnU, Madoka, Fate-Zero, etc.. all of those need some previous knowledge of the genre or franchise.
I geniunely enjoy Sorachi's random ramblings. Something about the way he writes always impresses me.
>Romeo, NisiOisiN, Urobuchi VN collaboration
> nobody can name any serious competition that doesn't give the impression of bias and special snowflake
So basically you discount everyone else's opinions on flimsy grounds and then say that no one can name any competition?
>muh ebin wordplay
Nisiofags have always been one of the most unbearable shitheads around.
>implying you understand italian
>implying I am gonna do something for some anon on 4chan
>implying I would do it even for myself
>implying that if 2 words have the same sound or different meaning then the results is a deep story
>talking shit about wordplay you don't understand
It's not fair to judge japanese writing unless you know the fucking language.
>Not believing that Kamachi.exe has achieved sentience
When it releases less than one book per series it writes per year, that's when it stops being great. It is great in the sense that it has to be writing near constantly to keep schedule.
Not him, but Nisio's wordplays are really nothing special. While I enjoy Monogatari, I can admit there are a number of moonrune writers who can easily outwit Nisio in wordplay department. Nisio's wordplay is just on a casual level that can be digested by LN readers who are teenagers in majority.
Nisio's strength is in his stylized long-winded writing, but even that quirk is nothing to write home about as compared to the entirety of Japanese literature medium.
Writing a lot is just about building momentum. The only tough part is the beginning. Once you get the ball rolling, it eventually stops being a display of creativity or talent or skill, but becomes just basic routine. Routinely obeying a secured pattern, never straying from it, never stopping for a minute, obsessing about it like it's a lifeline, because it's a lifeline. If he were forced to take a break and do something else, for just a year, just long enough for him to actually pause and think about life, the universe and everything for a bit, that momentum would be lost and everything would fall apart. He wouldn't write another book in his life.