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#113 - I'm not saying anything about the light novels, I'm discussing…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/26/2015 on a tale of tragedy +2
#127 - roboticmessiah (01/26/2015) [-]
Also an attack on the show is the same thing as an attack on the novels. I'm sure its easy to criticize a show when you blatantly ignore the canon but it doesn't really seem fair.
#142 - vocalvocarooguy (01/26/2015) [-]
I dunno, the show and the novels are two separate creations based on the same idea. A novel is easier to create simply because you can get into the mind(s) of the character(s) and have things explained through recollection, whereas more often than not a show can't simply take the time to dwell on the thoughts of a character, but rather show their actions. In this way, the show is different from the novels and should be judged differently, as it is a different medium of entertainment.

But at its core, the problem most people have had with SAO is the ridiculously good setting the show enjoys, a setting that will appeal to the majority of those who watch anime, is rather wasted. A lot of viewers (myself included) have probably fantasized on what it would be like to explore a world like this in the first person perspective. The dynamics of this world were set aside for a relationship that appears cringy when taken outside of context.
#123 - roboticmessiah (01/26/2015) [-]
Well yes it was irresponsible, they even talk about that once they get back to guild HQ. They both recognize that the time for lovey dovey is over and its time to beat some ass. I can totally see where you're coming from though, it was certainly a change in pace, but I sort of liked it and it makes sense to do it that way.
If the episodes are normally days, weeks, or even months long then you don't get to see the relationship that leads up to there little holiday, if you only watch the show this sequence has no context, which is certainly a severe fault in SAO. They were pretty deeply in love by this point and with the limitations of the show as a format compared to the LN it is a bit jarring to squeeze all that animu lovin into 3 episodes.
However despite the fact that the setup for romance was shaky at best due to time constraints I don't see any reason to say the show is bad all together. Especially with two other seasons that expand on the setting so much.
Its hard not to bring this up again but kirito's a fucking kid, not a viking warrior, seeing his friends die isn't going to strengthen his resolve, its going to break it down. Asuna gives him a reason to keep going, other than his inevitable death irl in the hospital. Or kirito was procrastinating out of fear of losing asuna in combat (thats not canon, but its certainly how I would feel if it was my gf in danger).
#105 - If you wanted my points, then let's talk. The ANIME s…  [+] (5 new replies) 01/26/2015 on a tale of tragedy +4
#107 - roboticmessiah (01/26/2015) [-]
So you see two rich teenagers (who basically have super powers) buying a house and using it to vacation/fuck for a little bit as totally unreasonable? Especially since those teenagers fight for there lives every day in melee combat?
Not to mention they introduce yui at this point, who is a very important (and adorable) character.
If you really wanted to experience the setting as you claim you would read the light novels.
Also, is romance inherently bad? If it seemed awkward then maybe it was because they were mentally scarred teenagers (who have by that point in the show killed multiple actual people btw) with no adult supervision.
I think its important at this point to mention not liking a show=/=the show being shitty.
I don't like gay butt sex but that doesn't mean gay butt sex is inherently bad.
So just remember, you asserted that the show is shit, NOT that you just didn't like it.
The burden of proof is on you and you alone, if you have anymore points I would be happy to refute them for you.
User avatar #113 - kyoun (01/26/2015) [-]
I'm not saying anything about the light novels, I'm discussing the anime. Romance isn't bad, but the way the anime handled it was cliche and put the rest of the show on hold. Since Kirito and Asuna are some of the best dungeon crawlers in SAO, isn't it irresponsible for them to say "Fuck that"? Every day in SAO, players most likely die the longer they are in there. I would've thought Kirito learned responsibility the hard way when his friends died right in front of him and the girl he loved before Asuna died. I would've thought something like that would have made him more objective to beat SAO.

I'm not against them taking breaks and chilling for a bit so the characters can better relate, but the pacing of the show was interrupted due to the summer home vacation, which up until that point, was fast-paced and an episode could span several days/months.
#127 - roboticmessiah (01/26/2015) [-]
Also an attack on the show is the same thing as an attack on the novels. I'm sure its easy to criticize a show when you blatantly ignore the canon but it doesn't really seem fair.
#142 - vocalvocarooguy (01/26/2015) [-]
I dunno, the show and the novels are two separate creations based on the same idea. A novel is easier to create simply because you can get into the mind(s) of the character(s) and have things explained through recollection, whereas more often than not a show can't simply take the time to dwell on the thoughts of a character, but rather show their actions. In this way, the show is different from the novels and should be judged differently, as it is a different medium of entertainment.

But at its core, the problem most people have had with SAO is the ridiculously good setting the show enjoys, a setting that will appeal to the majority of those who watch anime, is rather wasted. A lot of viewers (myself included) have probably fantasized on what it would be like to explore a world like this in the first person perspective. The dynamics of this world were set aside for a relationship that appears cringy when taken outside of context.
#123 - roboticmessiah (01/26/2015) [-]
Well yes it was irresponsible, they even talk about that once they get back to guild HQ. They both recognize that the time for lovey dovey is over and its time to beat some ass. I can totally see where you're coming from though, it was certainly a change in pace, but I sort of liked it and it makes sense to do it that way.
If the episodes are normally days, weeks, or even months long then you don't get to see the relationship that leads up to there little holiday, if you only watch the show this sequence has no context, which is certainly a severe fault in SAO. They were pretty deeply in love by this point and with the limitations of the show as a format compared to the LN it is a bit jarring to squeeze all that animu lovin into 3 episodes.
However despite the fact that the setup for romance was shaky at best due to time constraints I don't see any reason to say the show is bad all together. Especially with two other seasons that expand on the setting so much.
Its hard not to bring this up again but kirito's a fucking kid, not a viking warrior, seeing his friends die isn't going to strengthen his resolve, its going to break it down. Asuna gives him a reason to keep going, other than his inevitable death irl in the hospital. Or kirito was procrastinating out of fear of losing asuna in combat (thats not canon, but its certainly how I would feel if it was my gf in danger).
#103 - >This much damage control  [+] (7 new replies) 01/26/2015 on a tale of tragedy +5
#104 - roboticmessiah (01/26/2015) [-]
>implying you made any legit points
>implying you did any damage
>implying I have any reason to damage control
try harder ass-faggot
User avatar #105 - kyoun (01/26/2015) [-]
If you wanted my points, then let's talk.

The ANIME started off amazing. It was a good start to set off what could be an amazing series. Each episode got better and better, but when the plot started to focus on the romance and not the world to the effect of the two main characters saying "Fuck it lets buy a summer home and chill there for a few episodes", thats when it took a nose dive.

I pushed to the end of the first season and I was as disappointed as a father who watches his son buy his fifteenth cum-stained body pillow.
#107 - roboticmessiah (01/26/2015) [-]
So you see two rich teenagers (who basically have super powers) buying a house and using it to vacation/fuck for a little bit as totally unreasonable? Especially since those teenagers fight for there lives every day in melee combat?
Not to mention they introduce yui at this point, who is a very important (and adorable) character.
If you really wanted to experience the setting as you claim you would read the light novels.
Also, is romance inherently bad? If it seemed awkward then maybe it was because they were mentally scarred teenagers (who have by that point in the show killed multiple actual people btw) with no adult supervision.
I think its important at this point to mention not liking a show=/=the show being shitty.
I don't like gay butt sex but that doesn't mean gay butt sex is inherently bad.
So just remember, you asserted that the show is shit, NOT that you just didn't like it.
The burden of proof is on you and you alone, if you have anymore points I would be happy to refute them for you.
User avatar #113 - kyoun (01/26/2015) [-]
I'm not saying anything about the light novels, I'm discussing the anime. Romance isn't bad, but the way the anime handled it was cliche and put the rest of the show on hold. Since Kirito and Asuna are some of the best dungeon crawlers in SAO, isn't it irresponsible for them to say "Fuck that"? Every day in SAO, players most likely die the longer they are in there. I would've thought Kirito learned responsibility the hard way when his friends died right in front of him and the girl he loved before Asuna died. I would've thought something like that would have made him more objective to beat SAO.

I'm not against them taking breaks and chilling for a bit so the characters can better relate, but the pacing of the show was interrupted due to the summer home vacation, which up until that point, was fast-paced and an episode could span several days/months.
#127 - roboticmessiah (01/26/2015) [-]
Also an attack on the show is the same thing as an attack on the novels. I'm sure its easy to criticize a show when you blatantly ignore the canon but it doesn't really seem fair.
#142 - vocalvocarooguy (01/26/2015) [-]
I dunno, the show and the novels are two separate creations based on the same idea. A novel is easier to create simply because you can get into the mind(s) of the character(s) and have things explained through recollection, whereas more often than not a show can't simply take the time to dwell on the thoughts of a character, but rather show their actions. In this way, the show is different from the novels and should be judged differently, as it is a different medium of entertainment.

But at its core, the problem most people have had with SAO is the ridiculously good setting the show enjoys, a setting that will appeal to the majority of those who watch anime, is rather wasted. A lot of viewers (myself included) have probably fantasized on what it would be like to explore a world like this in the first person perspective. The dynamics of this world were set aside for a relationship that appears cringy when taken outside of context.
#123 - roboticmessiah (01/26/2015) [-]
Well yes it was irresponsible, they even talk about that once they get back to guild HQ. They both recognize that the time for lovey dovey is over and its time to beat some ass. I can totally see where you're coming from though, it was certainly a change in pace, but I sort of liked it and it makes sense to do it that way.
If the episodes are normally days, weeks, or even months long then you don't get to see the relationship that leads up to there little holiday, if you only watch the show this sequence has no context, which is certainly a severe fault in SAO. They were pretty deeply in love by this point and with the limitations of the show as a format compared to the LN it is a bit jarring to squeeze all that animu lovin into 3 episodes.
However despite the fact that the setup for romance was shaky at best due to time constraints I don't see any reason to say the show is bad all together. Especially with two other seasons that expand on the setting so much.
Its hard not to bring this up again but kirito's a fucking kid, not a viking warrior, seeing his friends die isn't going to strengthen his resolve, its going to break it down. Asuna gives him a reason to keep going, other than his inevitable death irl in the hospital. Or kirito was procrastinating out of fear of losing asuna in combat (thats not canon, but its certainly how I would feel if it was my gf in danger).
#70 - To anyone who has not seen this anime, allow me to give you th…  [+] (9 new replies) 01/26/2015 on a tale of tragedy +12
#74 - roboticmessiah (01/26/2015) [-]
To anyone who has not seen kyoun, allow me to give you the experience without having to suffer through it.

Imagine you're walking down a wonderful road with a beautiful girl taking you by the hand. The buildings pass as shitty posts, each one built more cancerous than the next. The spell check is real. But around the first shitty fucking post, they start getting even shittier. Each one gets more horrible than the last, until you come to an end and the road suddenly turns 90 degrees to the left.

You turn to the left and the woman is suddenly a fat, neck bearded fedora man, aka kyoun. You look past him, and all is shit. You just stepped into the quagmire of ignorant bullshit and now you're seeing all of it. The fucking retard uses the lack of literacy and tiny cock to pleasure three men, the three autistic faggots teleporting behind you and sensually whispering "Don't read the light novels, reading is hard." You can smell the mountain dew on his breath and then they beat you to death with the poorly-composed post that are now just bandwagon opinions and you slowly die, looking back on what could have been.
Go cry about it you goddamn ass-faggot.
#103 - kyoun (01/26/2015) [-]
>This much damage control
#104 - roboticmessiah (01/26/2015) [-]
>implying you made any legit points
>implying you did any damage
>implying I have any reason to damage control
try harder ass-faggot
User avatar #105 - kyoun (01/26/2015) [-]
If you wanted my points, then let's talk.

The ANIME started off amazing. It was a good start to set off what could be an amazing series. Each episode got better and better, but when the plot started to focus on the romance and not the world to the effect of the two main characters saying "Fuck it lets buy a summer home and chill there for a few episodes", thats when it took a nose dive.

I pushed to the end of the first season and I was as disappointed as a father who watches his son buy his fifteenth cum-stained body pillow.
#107 - roboticmessiah (01/26/2015) [-]
So you see two rich teenagers (who basically have super powers) buying a house and using it to vacation/fuck for a little bit as totally unreasonable? Especially since those teenagers fight for there lives every day in melee combat?
Not to mention they introduce yui at this point, who is a very important (and adorable) character.
If you really wanted to experience the setting as you claim you would read the light novels.
Also, is romance inherently bad? If it seemed awkward then maybe it was because they were mentally scarred teenagers (who have by that point in the show killed multiple actual people btw) with no adult supervision.
I think its important at this point to mention not liking a show=/=the show being shitty.
I don't like gay butt sex but that doesn't mean gay butt sex is inherently bad.
So just remember, you asserted that the show is shit, NOT that you just didn't like it.
The burden of proof is on you and you alone, if you have anymore points I would be happy to refute them for you.
User avatar #113 - kyoun (01/26/2015) [-]
I'm not saying anything about the light novels, I'm discussing the anime. Romance isn't bad, but the way the anime handled it was cliche and put the rest of the show on hold. Since Kirito and Asuna are some of the best dungeon crawlers in SAO, isn't it irresponsible for them to say "Fuck that"? Every day in SAO, players most likely die the longer they are in there. I would've thought Kirito learned responsibility the hard way when his friends died right in front of him and the girl he loved before Asuna died. I would've thought something like that would have made him more objective to beat SAO.

I'm not against them taking breaks and chilling for a bit so the characters can better relate, but the pacing of the show was interrupted due to the summer home vacation, which up until that point, was fast-paced and an episode could span several days/months.
#127 - roboticmessiah (01/26/2015) [-]
Also an attack on the show is the same thing as an attack on the novels. I'm sure its easy to criticize a show when you blatantly ignore the canon but it doesn't really seem fair.
#142 - vocalvocarooguy (01/26/2015) [-]
I dunno, the show and the novels are two separate creations based on the same idea. A novel is easier to create simply because you can get into the mind(s) of the character(s) and have things explained through recollection, whereas more often than not a show can't simply take the time to dwell on the thoughts of a character, but rather show their actions. In this way, the show is different from the novels and should be judged differently, as it is a different medium of entertainment.

But at its core, the problem most people have had with SAO is the ridiculously good setting the show enjoys, a setting that will appeal to the majority of those who watch anime, is rather wasted. A lot of viewers (myself included) have probably fantasized on what it would be like to explore a world like this in the first person perspective. The dynamics of this world were set aside for a relationship that appears cringy when taken outside of context.
#123 - roboticmessiah (01/26/2015) [-]
Well yes it was irresponsible, they even talk about that once they get back to guild HQ. They both recognize that the time for lovey dovey is over and its time to beat some ass. I can totally see where you're coming from though, it was certainly a change in pace, but I sort of liked it and it makes sense to do it that way.
If the episodes are normally days, weeks, or even months long then you don't get to see the relationship that leads up to there little holiday, if you only watch the show this sequence has no context, which is certainly a severe fault in SAO. They were pretty deeply in love by this point and with the limitations of the show as a format compared to the LN it is a bit jarring to squeeze all that animu lovin into 3 episodes.
However despite the fact that the setup for romance was shaky at best due to time constraints I don't see any reason to say the show is bad all together. Especially with two other seasons that expand on the setting so much.
Its hard not to bring this up again but kirito's a fucking kid, not a viking warrior, seeing his friends die isn't going to strengthen his resolve, its going to break it down. Asuna gives him a reason to keep going, other than his inevitable death irl in the hospital. Or kirito was procrastinating out of fear of losing asuna in combat (thats not canon, but its certainly how I would feel if it was my gf in danger).
#15 - >first playthrough >many picnic Now I …  [+] (2 new replies) 01/23/2015 on MORE ANIME PODCAST +2
#22 - cigma (01/24/2015) [-]
that's why you pick the easiest one first. ironically it doesn't get any easier later...*feels internally*
#23 - fireheartt (01/24/2015) [-]
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#53 - Sauce?  [+] (3 new replies) 01/12/2015 on dank WebM compilation (pt... 0
User avatar #81 - rakdinas (01/12/2015) [-]
>>#54 correct, heres the actual video [SFM] Space Dispute
User avatar #82 - rakdinas (01/12/2015) [-]
and i fucked up the multi-reply feature. great job me
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#79 - kingsandravens (01/12/2015) [-]
chills....this gave me chills
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#59 - Well, I suppose so. I never to begin with watched anime for th… 01/09/2015 on Insecure 0

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