Was this supposed to be sad?
Because it's what "normies" and "casuals" do at least that's what I've been told it can be to support or the creators because I'm pretty sure over 90% of people on the board pirate the episodes
They want to feel superior to people who stream anime. Really though, torrenting the anime and watching it on mpc/whatever is a better experience.
Anyway, 5cm/s was certainly a bit sad, but mostly boring.
> There is nothing wrong with streaming, they are just Satan worshipers!
Nice straw man reasoning.
If you are not bothered to watch anime seriously, you are not worthy to talk to. Sure, everyone can be forgiven if they post surprisingly good ideas, but that's not your case.
I'm not saying they're Satan worshippers or that streaming is better than pirating I'm just getting that lame excuse of "you don't support the developers" out of this discussion.
>streaming requires less effort but less gain
>torrenting requires more effort but more gain
There, the argument is basically lazy people vs almost equally lazy people who want to feel slightly superior
fucking kek, kill yourself
So instead of summing all of the positions needed to make an anime into one word you want me to list them all OK here we go.
>Lightning Technical Director
>Match move artist
>Story board Artist
>Story board Assistant
To name a VERY few
So first I gotta download something to download the animes then I have to set it to automatic while following this manual, then I have to wait for it to all download just so I can search throughout my downloads folder to start watching to only eventually drop it after 3 episodes
Idk senpai, seems like it'd be easier going through 3 webpages on some site to get what I want
> I have no idea about batches or what RSS is really for, but still try to look sophisticated and experienced in an internet agrument
Attention, passengers. Train to “Fuck Off” departs from platform 8 in 5 minutes.
Since you can actually write properly, see >>142132753. Private trackers aren't needed. Store or delete what you want.
Moetube was suggested elsewhere in the thread and is surprisingly good. That's an alternative if you live in a shithole where you can't torrent.
No, you retard, the method is still torrenting, the only exception being if you literally can't torrent because of your university's network configurations or something, in which case you use XDCC or DDL sites.
The truly skilled among us open the video files in Notepad++ and read the lines of code. It's the fastest way to consume anime once you're used it.
Sorry, anon, your code reading skills need work, it was actually this, a badass old dude.