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#19 - Same here. Pokemon seem to concetrate in the cities. Obviously…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/19/2016 on Slowbro Used Pound +1
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#21 - mondominiman (07/19/2016) [-]
Makes sense. Someone told me though that the legendaries where hidden in the mountains away from towns and cities. I don't even think the legendaries are in the game but I still believed them
#175 - Eh, I read it as a whole and it was hard to read for me. Might…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/17/2016 on ptsd 0
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#177 - empirennn (07/17/2016) [-]
Dorohedoro is a dark manga set in the world of dark magic. It's not gloomy or depressing, but it's not exactly fairy-tail either. Probably one of the more interesting reads as it creates it's own world and mystery, but some people get offended by the content.....

Eden: It's an Endless world is a story about the son of a mob boss in a post-apocalyptic world. The apocalypse wasn't war or anything nuclear, but a virus. The son meets a band of mercenaries at the start and the story takes off from there. It's a mature series though, so if that's not your thing...........
#64 - I hear the sentence "it doesn´t make us that much better…  [+] (7 new replies) 07/17/2016 on batman +3
#108 - anon (07/17/2016) [-]
Because its bullshit. Justice without Prudence is either stupid hippy "love and like peacce man, killing is wrong brooo!" or draconian justice, which is not good at all either.
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#67 - mightyswitchforce (07/17/2016) [-]
That's the thing, even Bruce himself has regarded his line of thinking as incorrect when it comes to certain situations, namely the Joker. It's been a conflict of interest since the early days.

My best explanation of the phrase is that we should be on a level above those who take lives for a future goal. It's about giving them another chance despite the fact they probably don't deserve it. It's unfortunately failed for some cases, but it hasn't for others.

And no, he's not a pussy just because he doesn't approve of murder. If anything, I'd blame the justice system for not actually just giving Joker the fucking death sentence.
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#93 - professorjaded (07/17/2016) [-]
You know you actually make a good point. Batman is simply trying to do the police's job because the police are incompetent in that universe. So it's actually the justice system that's the problem in that universe because the criminals keep escaping.

Imo, I think the issue comes down to whether or not criminals like the Joker should be fixed or executed because perhaps Batman simply thinks the Joker or other criminals have some kind of mental impairment or some other factor which makes them a criminal, which may be one reason why Batman refrains from killing criminals, since he would be removing the chance that they may not be bad one day.
#97 - mightyswitchforce (07/17/2016) [-]
<- Actual spoiler over here for Dark Knight Returns.

Yeaaaaaaah, the police in most DC comics are very incompetent.

I always thought that Batman hung on the hope that they'd eventually change. This is pretty evident in just about any major story involving Harvey Dent.

Of course, Dark Knight Returns made an exception...
#98 - professorjaded (07/17/2016) [-]
I remember Batman killing the Joker in one of the cartoon movies, but he regrets it afterwards because he proves the Joker right and it makes him feel like crap.

Not sure what you're imply about the Dark Knight Returns : D
I'd be most pleased if you could elaborate.
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#101 - mightyswitchforce (07/17/2016) [-]
Massive spoiler for Dark Knight Returns, would recommend reading it or watching the animated films based on it before reading this.

Basically since Dark Knight Returns takes place many years after most Batman continuities, it shows him abandoning a lot of his moral codes. The ultimate example of this is when Joker returns. Joker essentially goes on a MASS killing spree, and Batman snaps his neck out of desperation.

My point is that Dark Knight Returns was one time where batman outright killed by (mostly) choice. He even says a line contemplating why he's been letting joker get away with that shit for so long. I know it's not the only one to do this, but I'll be damned if it wasn't one of finest.
#102 - professorjaded (07/17/2016) [-]
If it's at some kind of carnival then I may have already seen the animated film. Many thanks though!
#151 - Akumetsu was incredible. Seriously, maybe the best Manga besid…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/17/2016 on ptsd 0
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#174 - empirennn (07/17/2016) [-]
It's not that bad if you read it as a whole, but reading it per weekly was painful because nothing happened for months with that arc.

Akumetsu is pretty damn good. If you like Akumetsu, Sun-Ken-Rock is also very good.
(also: Eden: It's an Endless World or Dorohedoro) .
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#175 - ljxjlos (07/17/2016) [-]
Eh, I read it as a whole and it was hard to read for me. Might only be because rape is one of the few subjects that sends my mind into an incoherrent rage, tho.

Yeah, Sun-Ken-Rock was good - I kinda stopped reading somewhere in between, tho, can´t exactly remember why. Somewhere in that arc with the...immigrants? Or where they people forced out of their original home? Something like that.

Haven´t read those two. Short summary, maybe?
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#177 - empirennn (07/17/2016) [-]
Dorohedoro is a dark manga set in the world of dark magic. It's not gloomy or depressing, but it's not exactly fairy-tail either. Probably one of the more interesting reads as it creates it's own world and mystery, but some people get offended by the content.....

Eden: It's an Endless world is a story about the son of a mob boss in a post-apocalyptic world. The apocalypse wasn't war or anything nuclear, but a virus. The son meets a band of mercenaries at the start and the story takes off from there. It's a mature series though, so if that's not your thing...........
#134 - Wolf Guy - Ookami no somethingsomethingortheother But… 07/16/2016 on ptsd +1
#42 - I honestly believe there´s some seriously ****** up **** goin… 07/16/2016 on Shindol Pls 0
#32 - But the Enclave is ****...shiiiiiiiiiiit 07/16/2016 on Oh boy! 3 AM! -1
#92 - That manga was so goddamn ****** up. Akumetsu by the…  [+] (8 new replies) 07/16/2016 on ptsd +1
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#141 - empirennn (07/16/2016) [-]
Yeah I prefer Akumetsu since the plot seemed a bit more....on point than Wolf Guy.

Also they spent like 10 chapters raping her. I mean goddamn.
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#151 - ljxjlos (07/17/2016) [-]
Akumetsu was incredible. Seriously, maybe the best Manga besides One Piece that I know of.

Wolf Guy was just,yeah...as you said. That scene and the school shooting one. Just fucking unbearable. I honestly felt like shits for days after reading it.
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#174 - empirennn (07/17/2016) [-]
It's not that bad if you read it as a whole, but reading it per weekly was painful because nothing happened for months with that arc.

Akumetsu is pretty damn good. If you like Akumetsu, Sun-Ken-Rock is also very good.
(also: Eden: It's an Endless World or Dorohedoro) .
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#175 - ljxjlos (07/17/2016) [-]
Eh, I read it as a whole and it was hard to read for me. Might only be because rape is one of the few subjects that sends my mind into an incoherrent rage, tho.

Yeah, Sun-Ken-Rock was good - I kinda stopped reading somewhere in between, tho, can´t exactly remember why. Somewhere in that arc with the...immigrants? Or where they people forced out of their original home? Something like that.

Haven´t read those two. Short summary, maybe?
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#177 - empirennn (07/17/2016) [-]
Dorohedoro is a dark manga set in the world of dark magic. It's not gloomy or depressing, but it's not exactly fairy-tail either. Probably one of the more interesting reads as it creates it's own world and mystery, but some people get offended by the content.....

Eden: It's an Endless world is a story about the son of a mob boss in a post-apocalyptic world. The apocalypse wasn't war or anything nuclear, but a virus. The son meets a band of mercenaries at the start and the story takes off from there. It's a mature series though, so if that's not your thing...........
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#110 - iamkagji (07/16/2016) [-]
what manga
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#134 - ljxjlos (07/16/2016) [-]
Wolf Guy - Ookami no somethingsomethingortheother

But be aware. It´s a different kind of messed up.
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#128 - lkszangs (07/16/2016) [-]
Wolf Guy if I remember.
#642497 - I haven´t experienced that, yet - everything I´ve seen is pe… 07/15/2016 on Pokemon 0
#49 - I know, I know, but stronger =/= cooler, imo.  [+] (1 new reply) 07/15/2016 on Autism +5
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#51 - dndxplain (07/15/2016) [-]
fair enough