/a/ liked this, I'm hoping.
God I wanted this to be so good, Trigger definitely has the potential. Great art/animation, shit plot. Guess that's what you get when you hire Okada to write your plot.
I liked it. The stories were pretty average, save for Honoka's which was awesome and Chidori's which were shit. Hell, she was just shit in general. I can't even enjoy the fact that she lost because she made Tenga, the best character, her silver medal and cucked Nico in the process. Chidori was the fucking worst.
Welcome to the cringe zone.
It was an OK drama with great designs and good animation, nothing special and very forgettable.
I found most characters very unlikable, so it was hard to get myself invested in the drama. And I didn't see the point of the whole SF aspect.
I liked it overall. Redhead was obnoxious as shit and deserved every second she suffered. I'm not sure if it's a good or bad thing that the comic-relief masochist turned out to be the most sensible person in the entire show, but he was based as fuck.
I can't remember how it ended. Like i know I watched it but I forget what happened after the group hated each other. Only memorable part of the entire show was the Opening.
I liked it a lot. honestly one of my favorites this year.
Yes, most of my like was for Noriko though.
Can we talk about how there were ZERO (0) cero hints that she liked Tenga until it was immediately plot relevant? That part alone was shit. I also wasn't sold on the MC liking the autistic girl either but they at least tried to sell that in advance.
Biggest problem with the series was its retarded premise.
>Let's connect people by their sense of pain, surely nothing will go wrong.
Then they build an entire city. The more they tried to explain things, the less they made sense. The same thing happened with the relationships, come to think of it.
Actually, that seems to be a recurring problem with Trigger as a whole, especially as seen in KLK. They start strong, then they try and explain their nonsense world logically, which just takes you right out of your immersion because of how insanely absurd it is.
>fuck jumbled plot, no clear direction, and every episode's entire motivation to be is consisted by a female love interest demanding the main cast to do shit together because they have to.
>introduced the main characters twice, once in the first episode and the second time in the second episode
>first couple episodes were nothing but exposition and infodumping
>audience ironically expected to connect with the main character who literally cannot experience pain and is about as bland as Microsoft Sam
Had amazing cinematography and direction, despite the plot being garbage even though the concept was interesting. A typical Okada failure.
Only good characters were Niko and Yuta, the masochist was a bro but had no characterization compared to the others. Tenga and Chidori were a shit and autism duo were boring.
OP was god tier and OPOTY.