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#7 - Mad scientist teacher woman is best girl  [+] (4 replies) 08/29/2016 on Tsundere Yuri Comp #1 +1
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#9 - thesoulseeker (08/29/2016) [-]
I'm too lazy right now, but can someone caption this with "Well guess I'll be taking my loli and leaving."
#14 - mousesama (08/29/2016) [-]
Caption of shitty generator because can't be bothered with photoshop
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#15 - thesoulseeker (08/29/2016) [-]
Good enough.
#8 - mousesama (08/29/2016) [-]
She does have a pet girl, that gives her bonus points.
#35 - Yeah, I can understand that point of view. I suppose …  [+] (9 replies) 08/29/2016 on RIP god tier waifu 0
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#36 - empirennn (08/29/2016) [-]
The point is that having more than one person in "i'm insane look at me" mode is terrible writing.

The whole "gone insane" trope is overused in the industry as-is, but keeping it up through the episodes is just terrible.
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#41 - emiyashirou (08/29/2016) [-]
It's not more than one person though? It's the same character possessing his subordinates. Also, the anime cut that scene short as fuck. That fight should have lasted at least 2 minutes, not 3 seconds.
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#43 - empirennn (08/29/2016) [-]
It doesn't matter on the flimsy excuse, having a repetitive "I'm so insane" gets old fast.

I'm sure prolonging a boring fight would have just made it worse than it already was.
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#44 - emiyashirou (08/29/2016) [-]
A flimsy excuse? It's ltierally the main plot point of this part of the arc. The fight was supposed to be Wilhelm 1v1'ing Beetlejuice 2.0 from the front. Beetlejuice 2.0 uses 16 arms, the arms cannot be cut, and Beetlejuice 2.0 was supposed to have her limbs cut off and still fight Wilhelm.
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#45 - empirennn (08/29/2016) [-]
Yes, a flimsy excuse. You end a character then say "It's his ability to posses random people".
Really kills the shock factor or weight of any fight when random person can just revive again.

It's not like they needed to animate a longer fight. The choreography potential doesn't support it, neither does the need to show more gore for a throwaway character.
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#46 - emiyashirou (08/29/2016) [-]
It's a fairly foreshadowed ability. He even states at one point that for several centuries all of the cardinal spots except Pride have been filled, which clearly implies that he has an ability that allows him to bypass aging.

And that's exactly what puts weight on the battle with Betelgeuse; even if they keep killing him, he seems to just keep coming back.

No idea what you mean by the 'choreography potential', every part of the fight against the 2nd Betelgeuse could easily be animated, the studio just decided not to. And how is the main antagonist of the arc a throwaway character?
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#47 - empirennn (08/29/2016) [-]
That's not weight. That's just "ooh how many psycho guys do you have to kill". It's boring. It's going to come down to some arbitrary number or some deus ex machina victory.
(man the amount of crap this show has with resemblance to AKG is astounding).

The main antagonist of the arc is just another psycho. He might as well be another CGI dog for all the entertainment/story value he gives.
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#48 - emiyashirou (08/29/2016) [-]
It doesn't come down to some arbitrary number when he can possess the protagonist

Honestly though, I'm not even going to bother responding to you anymore. You're spewing bullshit like Betelgeuse having no story value, but he gives out fuckloads of lore and info about the witch's cult, such as its main fucking goal. Either you're a retard with a stick up your ass (since you talk about how 'shit and garbage' Re: Zero is after literally every episode), or you're a troll.
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#49 - empirennn (08/29/2016) [-]
So an arbitrary number before "final attack", thanks for making that tiny distinction.

Belteguees has no story value because there is no over-arc. Feel free to be triggered by this, but there is currently nothing in the anime that makes any of this more signifcant than another CGI dog encounter.

All that's happened in the entire first season is:
Something killed MC or Party member
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Find solution

That's it. So when you say "oh he's relevant to the plot" the only thing you are talking about is he's a pawn of some other villain.

Big woop. I'm sure there are going to be plenty more pawns to make this show even more monster-of-the-week than it already is.

(seriously, for a show that has so many MoTW, why are all these events so boring and the fight scenes suck? It's ridiculous).
#33 - In how he was portrayed, or just his existence at all?  [+] (24 replies) 08/29/2016 on RIP god tier waifu 0
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#34 - empirennn (08/29/2016) [-]
The repetitive nature of it. You don't make 2 Jokers, one after the other.
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#65 - grimsho (08/30/2016) [-]
But it's not 2 "Jokers", it's just one Joker who's hopping bodies.
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#66 - empirennn (08/30/2016) [-]
Makes no relative difference at the end of the day.

It's a repeat of the same event/character without properly doing it an in entertaining fashion.

I'm glad the alt account downvote spam came by, kind of proves my point about Re:Zero fanboys.
#83 - taleteller (08/30/2016) [-]
there is no relative difference, as long as he keep changing bodies, he is not actually dealt with, until they find a way to stop him from coming back.
there is nothing being repeated, they just havent actually killed him.
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#71 - grimsho (08/30/2016) [-]
It does make a difference, you're complaining about two characters using the insanity shtick when it was only one character. The problem's on your end, not the show's.

Use whatever justification you want, as long as people disliking you for an obnoxious attitude and poorly formed opinion doesn't keep you awake at night.
#72 - empirennn (08/30/2016) [-]
Yeah that's why the term "relative" was used beforehand.
It's rewatching the same scene twice. It's seeing the same guy go "ooh look at me i'm so insane I bit my fingers!" twice. It's seeing him get cut down twice.

You can make the petty distinction it wasn't two people, but one possessing the other, but what difference does it make that the episode was still boring?

I don't understand the fanboy mentality here. Do you think I dislike the episode because of that petty difference? What possible indication is there of that?

Here, just because I know you guys have issues, let me spell it out for you:
>Villain dies in a stupid "ambush" initially, kills all hype.
>Gets cut down again, easily.
>There was pretty much zero pre-planning or ambush strategy discussed, even though the strategy was really low anyway.
>The animation was completely mediocre.
>There really wasn't anything to be excited with in this episode as soon as Wilhelm just cut him down.

Like great. Now the show's over. Villain defeated.
Oh he's coming back? Cool, we can easily cut him down over and over and whatever else nonsense, but it's already established that he's easily defeatable.

>_> I've said this before and I'll say it again. No over-arc. Just a monster-of-the-week villain every arc.
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#73 - grimsho (08/30/2016) [-]
I'm not gonna stay here and argue whether the episode or even the show as a whole are good, especially since it all comes down to personal opinion and taste, but
"Do you think I dislike the episode because of that petty difference? What possible indication is there of that?"
To answer this, it's because literally the only thing you've talked about in regards to the episode is how much of a problem you have with Betelgeuse going into a different body.
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#74 - empirennn (08/30/2016) [-]
Or you could look down in the comments and read, but nah, too much effort.

Comment the first word you see and don't read the rest.

Which is why you missed the relative.
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#77 - grimsho (08/30/2016) [-]
I did read the rest of your comments before posting, first of all in those comments you're just going on about how you don't like the villian and don't like how there's two of them. The former is entirely subjective, and the latter is flat-out wrong. Second of all, you did not use the word "relative" even once in any comment outside of ones replying to me, so what you mean by "you missed the relative" because I didn't read your other comments is beyond me.
Plus, your use of relative makes no sense. Relative to what?
"makes no relative difference"
What are you comparing the situation here to? I feel like you don't know what relative means.
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#78 - empirennn (08/30/2016) [-]
Dude. Why would I use the word "relative" outside of explaining to you my point?
I mean you legitimately ignored the "relative" in the post.
This: "It does make a difference, you're complaining about two characters using the insanity shtick when it was only one character. The problem's on your end, not the show's. "
Was completely missing the point because you didn't pay attention and comprehend the words "relative difference".

Here's the google definition for you if you don't understand the phrase:
"In any quantitative science, the terms relative change and relative difference are used to compare two quantities while taking into account the "sizes" of the things being compared. The comparison is expressed as a ratio and is a unitless number."

In other words, it makes no difference by the end product of why I was dissatisfied.
(relative to zero if you understand what that means).
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#82 - grimsho (08/30/2016) [-]
"It makes no relative distance" doesn't make sense, because what you're saying is either "there is no difference between 'two characters acting the same' and 'one character in two bodies' relative to ____" in which case you haven't defined the blank at the end, which is why relative doesn't make sense, or you're saying "two characters acting the same is bad writing relative to one character in two different bodies (or vice versa?)", in which case you're implying one is worse than the other. Using "relative" compares the two and implies they have different values, for example "yeah Example A is bad, but it's relatively good when you look at Example B as well, which is way worse". But I get the impression you are trying to say that both situations are equally bad, and the episode was worse for wear regardless of how anyone interprets Betelgeuse' body swapping. Once again, the conclusion is that the use of "relative" served no purpose at best, but at worse was a complete misuse and only derailed and confused the conversation.
I feel like you just thought "relative" was an inherently vague word so you could throw it in and make your statement as a whole vague and ill-defined so that when questioned you could just say "that's why I said relative!", which translates to "I wasn't saying anything of value or purpose, I was just blowing steam out of my ass!".
#92 - empirennn (08/30/2016) [-]
You're arguing semantics when I've already explained what it means.
"Relative difference" is it's own term. (which I explained to you)
You don't need to say "relative to _______"

There is being petty, and then there is arguing semantics with an explanation given and only highlighting that you didn't understand the word in the first place, but instead of asking what I meant you decided to just go with w/e you thought I meant and made an ass of yourself.

Either way, you're done. I've explained any points I needed to, it's up to you to get the reading comprehension to understand them.

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#94 - grimsho (08/30/2016) [-]
Ah, my mistake I didn't realise you were using a term refering to mathematics and sciences.
That only makes your point even more retarded and nonsensical.
I gave you the benefit of the doubt and assumed you weren't actually referring to an equation used to crunch numbers and put into perspective, say for example, the loss of money in overpaying for an apple and the loss of money in overpaying for a car. But no, you've just assured me that nothing you've been saying has made any attempt at cohesive sense.
And Betelgeuse is one character, regardless of what body he's "wearing". Have a good day.
#95 - empirennn (08/30/2016) [-]
Seriously, you're still arguing the semanitcs?

Give it up fanboy. You lost.
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#35 - lexivex (08/29/2016) [-]
Yeah, I can understand that point of view.

I suppose I just don't seem them as being separate Jokers
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#36 - empirennn (08/29/2016) [-]
The point is that having more than one person in "i'm insane look at me" mode is terrible writing.

The whole "gone insane" trope is overused in the industry as-is, but keeping it up through the episodes is just terrible.
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#41 - emiyashirou (08/29/2016) [-]
It's not more than one person though? It's the same character possessing his subordinates. Also, the anime cut that scene short as fuck. That fight should have lasted at least 2 minutes, not 3 seconds.
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#43 - empirennn (08/29/2016) [-]
It doesn't matter on the flimsy excuse, having a repetitive "I'm so insane" gets old fast.

I'm sure prolonging a boring fight would have just made it worse than it already was.
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#44 - emiyashirou (08/29/2016) [-]
A flimsy excuse? It's ltierally the main plot point of this part of the arc. The fight was supposed to be Wilhelm 1v1'ing Beetlejuice 2.0 from the front. Beetlejuice 2.0 uses 16 arms, the arms cannot be cut, and Beetlejuice 2.0 was supposed to have her limbs cut off and still fight Wilhelm.
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#45 - empirennn (08/29/2016) [-]
Yes, a flimsy excuse. You end a character then say "It's his ability to posses random people".
Really kills the shock factor or weight of any fight when random person can just revive again.

It's not like they needed to animate a longer fight. The choreography potential doesn't support it, neither does the need to show more gore for a throwaway character.
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#46 - emiyashirou (08/29/2016) [-]
It's a fairly foreshadowed ability. He even states at one point that for several centuries all of the cardinal spots except Pride have been filled, which clearly implies that he has an ability that allows him to bypass aging.

And that's exactly what puts weight on the battle with Betelgeuse; even if they keep killing him, he seems to just keep coming back.

No idea what you mean by the 'choreography potential', every part of the fight against the 2nd Betelgeuse could easily be animated, the studio just decided not to. And how is the main antagonist of the arc a throwaway character?
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#47 - empirennn (08/29/2016) [-]
That's not weight. That's just "ooh how many psycho guys do you have to kill". It's boring. It's going to come down to some arbitrary number or some deus ex machina victory.
(man the amount of crap this show has with resemblance to AKG is astounding).

The main antagonist of the arc is just another psycho. He might as well be another CGI dog for all the entertainment/story value he gives.
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#48 - emiyashirou (08/29/2016) [-]
It doesn't come down to some arbitrary number when he can possess the protagonist

Honestly though, I'm not even going to bother responding to you anymore. You're spewing bullshit like Betelgeuse having no story value, but he gives out fuckloads of lore and info about the witch's cult, such as its main fucking goal. Either you're a retard with a stick up your ass (since you talk about how 'shit and garbage' Re: Zero is after literally every episode), or you're a troll.
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#49 - empirennn (08/29/2016) [-]
So an arbitrary number before "final attack", thanks for making that tiny distinction.

Belteguees has no story value because there is no over-arc. Feel free to be triggered by this, but there is currently nothing in the anime that makes any of this more signifcant than another CGI dog encounter.

All that's happened in the entire first season is:
Something killed MC or Party member
Reset
Find solution

That's it. So when you say "oh he's relevant to the plot" the only thing you are talking about is he's a pawn of some other villain.

Big woop. I'm sure there are going to be plenty more pawns to make this show even more monster-of-the-week than it already is.

(seriously, for a show that has so many MoTW, why are all these events so boring and the fight scenes suck? It's ridiculous).
#31 - I think he was there to show that Betelgeuse's consciousness i…  [+] (26 replies) 08/29/2016 on RIP god tier waifu +10
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#32 - empirennn (08/29/2016) [-]
I know his purpose in the story, I just think that it was a terrible choice for writing.
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#33 - lexivex (08/29/2016) [-]
In how he was portrayed, or just his existence at all?
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#34 - empirennn (08/29/2016) [-]
The repetitive nature of it. You don't make 2 Jokers, one after the other.
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#65 - grimsho (08/30/2016) [-]
But it's not 2 "Jokers", it's just one Joker who's hopping bodies.
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#66 - empirennn (08/30/2016) [-]
Makes no relative difference at the end of the day.

It's a repeat of the same event/character without properly doing it an in entertaining fashion.

I'm glad the alt account downvote spam came by, kind of proves my point about Re:Zero fanboys.
#83 - taleteller (08/30/2016) [-]
there is no relative difference, as long as he keep changing bodies, he is not actually dealt with, until they find a way to stop him from coming back.
there is nothing being repeated, they just havent actually killed him.
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#71 - grimsho (08/30/2016) [-]
It does make a difference, you're complaining about two characters using the insanity shtick when it was only one character. The problem's on your end, not the show's.

Use whatever justification you want, as long as people disliking you for an obnoxious attitude and poorly formed opinion doesn't keep you awake at night.
#72 - empirennn (08/30/2016) [-]
Yeah that's why the term "relative" was used beforehand.
It's rewatching the same scene twice. It's seeing the same guy go "ooh look at me i'm so insane I bit my fingers!" twice. It's seeing him get cut down twice.

You can make the petty distinction it wasn't two people, but one possessing the other, but what difference does it make that the episode was still boring?

I don't understand the fanboy mentality here. Do you think I dislike the episode because of that petty difference? What possible indication is there of that?

Here, just because I know you guys have issues, let me spell it out for you:
>Villain dies in a stupid "ambush" initially, kills all hype.
>Gets cut down again, easily.
>There was pretty much zero pre-planning or ambush strategy discussed, even though the strategy was really low anyway.
>The animation was completely mediocre.
>There really wasn't anything to be excited with in this episode as soon as Wilhelm just cut him down.

Like great. Now the show's over. Villain defeated.
Oh he's coming back? Cool, we can easily cut him down over and over and whatever else nonsense, but it's already established that he's easily defeatable.

>_> I've said this before and I'll say it again. No over-arc. Just a monster-of-the-week villain every arc.
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#73 - grimsho (08/30/2016) [-]
I'm not gonna stay here and argue whether the episode or even the show as a whole are good, especially since it all comes down to personal opinion and taste, but
"Do you think I dislike the episode because of that petty difference? What possible indication is there of that?"
To answer this, it's because literally the only thing you've talked about in regards to the episode is how much of a problem you have with Betelgeuse going into a different body.
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#74 - empirennn (08/30/2016) [-]
Or you could look down in the comments and read, but nah, too much effort.

Comment the first word you see and don't read the rest.

Which is why you missed the relative.
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#77 - grimsho (08/30/2016) [-]
I did read the rest of your comments before posting, first of all in those comments you're just going on about how you don't like the villian and don't like how there's two of them. The former is entirely subjective, and the latter is flat-out wrong. Second of all, you did not use the word "relative" even once in any comment outside of ones replying to me, so what you mean by "you missed the relative" because I didn't read your other comments is beyond me.
Plus, your use of relative makes no sense. Relative to what?
"makes no relative difference"
What are you comparing the situation here to? I feel like you don't know what relative means.
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#78 - empirennn (08/30/2016) [-]
Dude. Why would I use the word "relative" outside of explaining to you my point?
I mean you legitimately ignored the "relative" in the post.
This: "It does make a difference, you're complaining about two characters using the insanity shtick when it was only one character. The problem's on your end, not the show's. "
Was completely missing the point because you didn't pay attention and comprehend the words "relative difference".

Here's the google definition for you if you don't understand the phrase:
"In any quantitative science, the terms relative change and relative difference are used to compare two quantities while taking into account the "sizes" of the things being compared. The comparison is expressed as a ratio and is a unitless number."

In other words, it makes no difference by the end product of why I was dissatisfied.
(relative to zero if you understand what that means).
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#82 - grimsho (08/30/2016) [-]
"It makes no relative distance" doesn't make sense, because what you're saying is either "there is no difference between 'two characters acting the same' and 'one character in two bodies' relative to ____" in which case you haven't defined the blank at the end, which is why relative doesn't make sense, or you're saying "two characters acting the same is bad writing relative to one character in two different bodies (or vice versa?)", in which case you're implying one is worse than the other. Using "relative" compares the two and implies they have different values, for example "yeah Example A is bad, but it's relatively good when you look at Example B as well, which is way worse". But I get the impression you are trying to say that both situations are equally bad, and the episode was worse for wear regardless of how anyone interprets Betelgeuse' body swapping. Once again, the conclusion is that the use of "relative" served no purpose at best, but at worse was a complete misuse and only derailed and confused the conversation.
I feel like you just thought "relative" was an inherently vague word so you could throw it in and make your statement as a whole vague and ill-defined so that when questioned you could just say "that's why I said relative!", which translates to "I wasn't saying anything of value or purpose, I was just blowing steam out of my ass!".
#92 - empirennn (08/30/2016) [-]
You're arguing semantics when I've already explained what it means.
"Relative difference" is it's own term. (which I explained to you)
You don't need to say "relative to _______"

There is being petty, and then there is arguing semantics with an explanation given and only highlighting that you didn't understand the word in the first place, but instead of asking what I meant you decided to just go with w/e you thought I meant and made an ass of yourself.

Either way, you're done. I've explained any points I needed to, it's up to you to get the reading comprehension to understand them.

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#94 - grimsho (08/30/2016) [-]
Ah, my mistake I didn't realise you were using a term refering to mathematics and sciences.
That only makes your point even more retarded and nonsensical.
I gave you the benefit of the doubt and assumed you weren't actually referring to an equation used to crunch numbers and put into perspective, say for example, the loss of money in overpaying for an apple and the loss of money in overpaying for a car. But no, you've just assured me that nothing you've been saying has made any attempt at cohesive sense.
And Betelgeuse is one character, regardless of what body he's "wearing". Have a good day.
#95 - empirennn (08/30/2016) [-]
Seriously, you're still arguing the semanitcs?

Give it up fanboy. You lost.
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#35 - lexivex (08/29/2016) [-]
Yeah, I can understand that point of view.

I suppose I just don't seem them as being separate Jokers
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#36 - empirennn (08/29/2016) [-]
The point is that having more than one person in "i'm insane look at me" mode is terrible writing.

The whole "gone insane" trope is overused in the industry as-is, but keeping it up through the episodes is just terrible.
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#41 - emiyashirou (08/29/2016) [-]
It's not more than one person though? It's the same character possessing his subordinates. Also, the anime cut that scene short as fuck. That fight should have lasted at least 2 minutes, not 3 seconds.
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#43 - empirennn (08/29/2016) [-]
It doesn't matter on the flimsy excuse, having a repetitive "I'm so insane" gets old fast.

I'm sure prolonging a boring fight would have just made it worse than it already was.
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#44 - emiyashirou (08/29/2016) [-]
A flimsy excuse? It's ltierally the main plot point of this part of the arc. The fight was supposed to be Wilhelm 1v1'ing Beetlejuice 2.0 from the front. Beetlejuice 2.0 uses 16 arms, the arms cannot be cut, and Beetlejuice 2.0 was supposed to have her limbs cut off and still fight Wilhelm.
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#45 - empirennn (08/29/2016) [-]
Yes, a flimsy excuse. You end a character then say "It's his ability to posses random people".
Really kills the shock factor or weight of any fight when random person can just revive again.

It's not like they needed to animate a longer fight. The choreography potential doesn't support it, neither does the need to show more gore for a throwaway character.
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#46 - emiyashirou (08/29/2016) [-]
It's a fairly foreshadowed ability. He even states at one point that for several centuries all of the cardinal spots except Pride have been filled, which clearly implies that he has an ability that allows him to bypass aging.

And that's exactly what puts weight on the battle with Betelgeuse; even if they keep killing him, he seems to just keep coming back.

No idea what you mean by the 'choreography potential', every part of the fight against the 2nd Betelgeuse could easily be animated, the studio just decided not to. And how is the main antagonist of the arc a throwaway character?
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#47 - empirennn (08/29/2016) [-]
That's not weight. That's just "ooh how many psycho guys do you have to kill". It's boring. It's going to come down to some arbitrary number or some deus ex machina victory.
(man the amount of crap this show has with resemblance to AKG is astounding).

The main antagonist of the arc is just another psycho. He might as well be another CGI dog for all the entertainment/story value he gives.
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#48 - emiyashirou (08/29/2016) [-]
It doesn't come down to some arbitrary number when he can possess the protagonist

Honestly though, I'm not even going to bother responding to you anymore. You're spewing bullshit like Betelgeuse having no story value, but he gives out fuckloads of lore and info about the witch's cult, such as its main fucking goal. Either you're a retard with a stick up your ass (since you talk about how 'shit and garbage' Re: Zero is after literally every episode), or you're a troll.
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#49 - empirennn (08/29/2016) [-]
So an arbitrary number before "final attack", thanks for making that tiny distinction.

Belteguees has no story value because there is no over-arc. Feel free to be triggered by this, but there is currently nothing in the anime that makes any of this more signifcant than another CGI dog encounter.

All that's happened in the entire first season is:
Something killed MC or Party member
Reset
Find solution

That's it. So when you say "oh he's relevant to the plot" the only thing you are talking about is he's a pawn of some other villain.

Big woop. I'm sure there are going to be plenty more pawns to make this show even more monster-of-the-week than it already is.

(seriously, for a show that has so many MoTW, why are all these events so boring and the fight scenes suck? It's ridiculous).
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TNMT xbox video
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#12 - lexivex (08/29/2016) [-]
Hahaha that was great.

I love how the ninja stars just flew over Pat's head
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Right click, show controls, un mute. Damn broken webms.
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#10 - grimsho (08/29/2016) [-]
Yeah, it starts off at 1000(?) damage in a fairly large circle around the Mech (similar or larger than Mei's ult radius for example), then the damage drops off fairly quickly, but starting at 1000 damage means it's still going to one-shot every single hero in the game for a few more metres before you get into survivable territory. I'm surprised Zenyatta took so little damage even at that distance.