Which time traveler is stuck in the most painful loop?
Okabe arguably if you take into account the other routes (especially the Suzuha end)
That being said, it's partially because I dislike Madoka Magica due to shit character development and Subaru for being a retard MC
Before I read Hako to Zero no Maria, it was obviously Rika. Anyone not saying Rika is a fucktard that didn't read the VNs or watched the anime.
But after Zero no Maria, it's obviously Kazuki Hoshino. Nigga went through some shit.
>at the very least
1100 yearsof looping
kill every single person from an entire city. Man, women, your family, children, babies.
die countless and endless times
give up your love and happiness countless times just to remember it again after a few thousand loops and repeat the same shit all over again
a bumbling tard that can only hit a wall
Dude was hardcore.
He's suppressing that shit hard though, and he's basically rewritten his memories to think of it all as one go through, ignoring the countless times he gets his shit kicked in.
Rika>Nagato>Homura>Phil(1st Half)>Okabe>>>Shintaro>>>Phil (2nd Half)
Phil died many more times than Okabe, and although Okabe realized how futile things were, he actually found a way out proactively rather than finding it after hundreds of years of trial and error. Homura's wasn't long, but each two weeks was tragic, with Rika being a far more hellish version of Homura. Yuki literally broke from the Endless Eight, but at least she didn't seem to die (only death by absolute boredom).
The way I see it is that at least Homura has something to center her efforts on, and it's largely a self-inflicted fate. Phil doesn't have the luxury of such a target for his efforts, and he doesn't know why the fuck it's happening to him to begin with.
The Endless Eight broke all of us, but Yuki also knew what she was doing the entire time. Doesn't make slowly breaking down into utter insanity from sheer boredom any less suffering filled, but it's at least something she can understand.
He only does two loops (plus parallel ones, but hey), but he makes up in quality. Homura doesn't even begin to understand what true suffering is.
Was Rika's suffering really that bad? She doesn't have any memories of how she dies for most of the loops unless it's prolonged torture which didn't seem to occur too often in most of the chapters.
I'd say that Nagato's suffering would be worse considering that she suffered for almost 600, which is six times longer what Rika went through. It was also much more monotonous since it was essentially the same exact two weeks every single loop with just some minor variations. Rika seemed to have much more than two weeks in each of the loops and she also had Mion's club activities to look forward to.
Going by time spent and what was shown at some of these events, Touma had suffered than almost everyone within OP's image combined. He just gotten over it through a combination of already being batshit insane, inhumane willpower and the ability to over-write his memories.
>think anything will change for the better
>think I'll do anything to try and change it
>go back to sleep tired as fuck and thinking future me will do something decent while hating my past self
He has. But despite all he's been through, he remains a useless, spoiled brat who can't get anything done, even in the face of extinction. It's basically a time travel/looping character who stays the same as he was when he started: one dumb motherfucker who never amounts to anything.
But time looping works differently in MubRub. Pretty much every other character in this thread keeps their memories upon successive loops, but Takeru loses most of his, and it's only when
all the alternate Takerus converge in Alternativedoes he begin to get all the memories of the parallel timelines. Hell he never remembers what happens post-ALTV.
And given that he's just a cog in a war machine that's far, far bigger than him, the things he accomplishes with Yuuko and A01 (XM3, Ouko, the 00 Unit, 12/5, 21st) are really quite extraordinary
The only thing he "accomplishes" is remembering prior events so that Yuuko can fix everything for him.
I don't consider dicking a tentacle rape victim and being good at video games an "accomplishment".
I dunno, I think fucking the first ever living robot is a pretty nice accomplishment.
Really though, Takeru plays a pretty vital role in helping to save the world. Even if a lot of it is just because of his situation and not his personality, they never would have gotten that far without him.
Was it ever mentioned that Nagato was bored due to the length? I mean it's easy to infer that she was bored as fuck but I dont remember it being implied that she broke due to it.
>You haven't seen nothing yet
Casuals all of you. Can't handle a simple time loop.
It's already debunked, there would be too many paradoxes for it to be possible. Traveling forward in time is possible though, but what's the point?
In fact time travel should be considered to be fantasy, not science fiction.
Being a pussy-ass faggot is also illegal, but here are you.
It's a fucking anime going "DURR YOU CAN'T TIME TRAVEL" is just fucking retarded. Like, what the flying fuck is even your point? I guess it's also impossible for someone to do a Kamehameha.
Endless Eight caused an accumulation of error data that directly resulted in the events of Disappearance. I think Yuki says it herself in the movie when she's syncing up, actually.
The problem is that Time Travel anime market themselves as Sci-fi, which is retarded because it is obviously fantasy. It would be retarded if Goku used drone strikes and machine guns.
Why the fuck is even Watashi there?
He didnt even suffer from it.
OZU DID NOTHING WRONG
I just check. Kazuki loops 27,756th time 3 days each, while Nageto loops 15,498th time 14 days each. So Nagato loops about twice longer, and Kazuki does't remember most of loops, only Maria does.
>All these fucking casuals
Imagine being an amnesiac forced to relive a mediocre batman TAS clone forever until you give up your one true love and settle for another girl
Imagine you have to figure all of this out each time
Imagine you find out tat you're literally just a clone of some other guy
Imagine all of this happens in the post apocalypse
And none of it matters because it's just a simulation
And you might just be a fiction ripped out of the funnies section
Roger Smith doesn't even know how much he's suffered
9th doctor was fucking cool, i really liked that post-the-end setting with him being the only one and shit but then moffat ruined everything.
did he seriously undo the time war too?
But he never will escape his cycles of guilt, considering he got his wife and best friend killed, killed his mentor, and also started the Culter-Jian war, and denied all of his deeds hard enough for him to be plunged into his cycles of guilt.
Bizon was such a loser that it became endearing.
Yuki if we're going by true suffering since it's billions of loops with fucking nothing happening. At least Okabe, Rika, and Homu had the power and hope in that they could change the outcome.
Takeru couldn't even do what he did without Yuuya saving his ass from getting blown up over orbit.
Yes he's instrumental, but like that other Anon said he's a very small part of a big series of cogs. MabuRabu is a story of heroes, not of your average dense MC who saves the world by himself.
>She doesn't have any memories of how she dies
As if that was the only negative thing about fucking Hinamizawa.
Yes, having to live with your friends going insane and occasionally murdering you several hundred times is really that bad.
Alright guys. So I Google searched 'time loop anime' and got a list of a couple of anime. But which would you all recommend to me? I'm looking for something that's serious as hell. There's room for the occasional bs. But I'd rather not have it. Anyone?
I don't remember much from that movie. Didn't she kill someone by looping? or something like that. In the school?