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Topic: Off-topic / Anime Addicts Anonymous (AAA)

Originally posted by MelbourneBoy:

I am forever stuck on finding another good anime to watch. Recommendations?

What kind of anime do you like?

 
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Topic: Off-topic / Anime Addicts Anonymous (AAA)

Exampe Kawaī does not mean So cute, otherwise the person would be saying Sugoku kawaī

Can’t those two mean virtually the same thing, though, given the right context?

Originally posted by sddsdd:

Watched the premiere episode of Lucky☆Star. I… just… wow. Cornets.
Seems like a decent show to watch between anime.
After I finish Karin/Chibi Vampire (which was surprisingly enjoyable despite what I thought was a silly premise on paper), I’m thinking of watching Mirai Nikki. Not used to any of the dark, violent stuff, but I thought I’d give it a go because insane Yuki/Yuno relationship. Thoughts?

I watched the first couple of episode a while back, and it was painfully boring for me (and the beginning is widely considered to be the most well-crafted part of the show). Yuno was one of the reasons why I started on it in the first place, but I also found her character to be flat and bland for the most part. To each his own, though, I guess it just wasn’t my cup of tea.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / The List(current round: Mario transformations)

Impedimenta

 
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Topic: Off-topic / Books you are reading?

Currently reading Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass for school, which I’m finding to be as interesting as the any other autobiography (not very).

Originally posted by Athrul:

  • 1Q84 by Haruki Murakami
    I’m about one third through it. It develops kind of slowly, but the characters are very well developed and the world is fascinating. These things do call for a slower pace. I had to get used to the writing style a bit at first. At times it seems a tiny bit choppy. I guess it’s a result of the translation from Japanese, but once you do get used to it it actually adds to the atmosphere for some reason.
    A really great read so far.
    • The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde
      Very verbose style, but again, it serves a purpose. It is also a pretty slow story that does not bore. It takes its time to show the characters to you and explain where they are coming from and what their motivation is. His writing really is able to draw you in.
    • The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald
      I have only gotten it today, so I can’t really comment on it yet. Seems very good so far, though.

    Still waiting for my copy of Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk. I don’t like ordering books online, but I haven’t been able to find the hardcover in any stores here. I hope I will have time for it when the semester starts. I am a huge fan of the film and the stuff I have read by the author so far makes me really exited to read one of his novels.

Planning to get started on something by Murakami soon. Is there anything in particular you would recommend?

 
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Topic: Off-topic / Anime Addicts Anonymous (AAA)

Originally posted by akumaxx_ws:
Originally posted by Fronebular:

Considering it’s the internet, I’m pretty sure they’re all available to anyone at any time.

Were you looking for a place to find them or something?

Nah. I hear that non-Japanese have limited access. Wonder if actually wrong.

Nope, all those titles are available to western audiences, legally or not. By the way, are those cards from an actual online card game? Because I would totally play that.

 
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Topic: Off-topic / Anime Addicts Anonymous (AAA)

Originally posted by AnimeGamerKid:

okay I finally found what BE stood for in my list,it was blue exorsist XD
good anime too:P
p.s. when I was looking for music on youtube I found this pic and id like to know what it is from…can any one help me?

http://kiddtic.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/vlcsnap-2013-06-24-16h31m12s204.jpg

and I found this one too cant get link but look his up -————
Fieldwork – This Is Not The End by
LilMissEvil6

That’s “The Garden of Words” by Makoto Shinkai

 
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Topic: Off-topic / Anime Addicts Anonymous (AAA)

Originally posted by MmeBunneh:

Indy said to post here so:

Sob. This is way too cute, I’m dying. The water colours, the weird story with the kid and the grandpa person, the style of it, this is just adorable. Why did Indy have to show me this, this is way too cute.

(Did I post correctly Indy?).

So…what exactly are you talking about?

 
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Topic: Off-topic / Rate the song above you. V.2

7/10 really liked the vocals
The Dismemberment Plan – You Are Invited

 
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Topic: Off-topic / "This Pokemon is better than that Pokemon" Debate Thread

OK, you obviously don’t get it at all, so I’ll end it here. Either you did not understand the main point of my post, or you didn’t read it.

I asked you to come up with a reason why Gardevoir and Gardevoir M should be treated as a single pokemon, and unfortunately, you could not manage one.

So I’ll try to explain this as clearly as possible:

The title of your thread states to compare two pokemon.

“They are not entirely different pokemon.” is meaningless. If you mean they are similar, that should be obvious. But I already established and supported the fact that competitively, they are completely different pokemon.

Again, the title of your thread refers to “pokemon” in the singular form.

Do you see the problem yet? You can only compare Normal Gardevoir to Normal Alakazam, and M Gardevoir to M Alakazam. And to compare M Gardevoir to Normal Alakazam is logically inequivalent.

When you state “Gardevoir is better than Alakazam”, any reasonable person would think you were talking about their regular forms. Basically, the debate ended when you conceded that “Mega Gardevoir>Alakazam>Gardevoir.” So I suppose its over anyway.

 
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Topic: Off-topic / "This Pokemon is better than that Pokemon" Debate Thread

When saying “Gardevoir” I’m talking about both normal and Mega Gardevoir. I’m also saying that it’s not a 100% different Pokemon.

There’s no such thing as “not 100% different”. They’re either the same pokemon, or different pokemon. Even if they share similar aspects, if they are different in any way, then they are a different pokemon. According to your logic Combusken is “not 100% different” from Blaziken, so they’re the same pokemon. Sorry, but that’s not how it works.

The variances between a mega and its normal counterpart, no matter how subtle, can make a huge difference. Try telling any other seasoned competitive battler that Mega Lucario and Lucario are the same pokemon (just to cite one of the pokes with the greatest disparity between normal and mega).

That’s mean Alakazam has a lot easier time in UU.

You’re basically proving my point here. It has an easier time because it is one of the best pokemon in UU. Gardevoir is not close to the best poke in OU, and therefore it generally does not have an “easy time”.

Don’t expect Alakazam to OHKO a lot of Pokemon and survive a lot of attacks without a Special Attack boost.

Actually, I can expect that. Here are a few calcs against commonly used UU pokes rated A- or higher by the Smogon community.

252 SpA Life Orb Alakazam Psyshock vs. 40 HP / 0 Def Heracross: 445-525 (143 – 168.8%) — guaranteed OHKO

252+ SpA Life Orb Alakazam Psyshock vs. 128 HP / 0 Def Nidoqueen: 432-510 (122.3 – 144.4%) — guaranteed OHKO

252 SpA Life Orb Alakazam Psyshock vs. 248 HP / 0 Def Crobat: 421-499 (112.8 – 133.7%) — guaranteed OHKO

252 SpA Life Orb Alakazam Focus Blast vs. 4 HP / 0 SpD Hydreigon: 751-884 (447 – 526.1%) — guaranteed OHKO

252 SpA Life Orb Alakazam Focus Blast vs. 0 HP / 0 SpD Lucario: 471-554 (167.6 – 197.1%) — guaranteed OHKO

252 SpA Life Orb Alakazam Psyshock vs. 0 HP / 0 Def Infernape: 463-549 (158 – 187.3%) — guaranteed OHKO

Even if it doesn’t OHKO, Alakazam will still deal heavy damage. Of course, its bulk isn’t the best, but this is the trade off you knowingly make when using a fast sweeper – blazing fast speeds and relatively high offensive stats, but mediocre or lower defensive stats. And again, we’re talking about fast sweepers, which should not require any setup like any Calm Minds.

But I’m talking about both of them being in OU.

Why on earth would you do that? There’s a reason pokemon are placed in their respective tiers. Alakazam is not suited for the OU environment because of the prevalence of anti-psychic types and priority, and thus was moved down. This has nothing to do with Alakazam’s actual ability as a pokemon. Remember that Smogon and its tiers are unofficial; in most any other situation, Alakazam would not be having this problem.

In case I haven’t ALSO properly clarified my point, I’m talking about Mega Gardevoir 90% of the time.

It sure is convenient to have 2 meanings attached to a single word that you can use interchangeably, isn’t it?

Ouch, 60 base power without Adamant nature must hurt so much.

No STAB, no Adamant nature and no Tough Claws boost. Sad.

It’s funny because you do some of their weakest attacks they commonly run.

You’re missing the point here. First of all, BP would still be only a 2OHKO even if Lucario had an adamant nature. Secondly, as I said before, these are the most commonly used attacks, not the most powerful, and, as it turns out, are much more relevant.

weakest attacks

lol what. Earthquake is far from Aerodactyl’s weakest attack. 100 Base Power and 100 percent accuracy makes it the most reliable of any of Aerodactyl’s moves. Mienshao’s High Jump Kick is possibly the most powerful unboosted attack in UU. If you think Knock Off is weak, especially with its Gen VI buff, then…I don’t know. And again, I chose these moves because they are used more frequently, not because of their power. After all, what I’m trying to prove is that Alakazam has somewhat respectable defensive stats, which the data fully support. It’s completely meaningless that it can’t survive the most potent attacks in the game.

I know, I was making a reminder that it checks Outrage sweepers.

Okay, so you realize it has nothing to do with its defense. Then why did you categorize it under “testing its physical defense”? Also, as I said before, nobody’s going to lock their dragon in on Outrage against a team with a fairy unless it’s disposable. However, an Outrage Sweeper can do other things to Gardevoir, like outspeed (which is no difficult feat) and OHKO it with another attack. It’s very common for dragons these days to save a slot for an anti-fairy move.

It’s funny because Normal Gardevoir has the same HP and defense as Mega Gardevoir

Looks like I was mistaken here. Still, glancing at your calculations in your previous post, it looks like neither of their defensive are so great, being either OHKOd or revenge killed the next turn (which again, is quite easy due to its relatively low speed).

Mega Gardevoir can still works without Pixelate

Well yeah, it can still work, but the removal of Pixelate would certainly detract from its current status one of the best in OU, effectively downgrading it from a “great” pokemon to a “very good” one. And I would also argue that Mega Alakazam is better than Mega Gardevoir without pixelate.

it has still good coverage with Psychic/Psyshock and Focus Blast.

So does Alakazam. And Alakazam has Superior SpAtk. Pixilate, especially Pixilate boosted Hyper Voice, is the only reason why I think Mega Gardevoir is so good and currently bests Mega Alakazam.

I must reiterate that I do not agree at all that Mega Gardevoir and Gardevoir are the same pokemon, and you would find that the competitive community thinks the same. I mean, they have different entries on the competitive pokedex, different abilities, different stats, different strategies to use them, and are regularly placed in separate tiers. Can you give me a concrete reason as to why you think they are the same? Because I don’t really see a point in continuing this debate if you continue to baselessly insist that they are.

 
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Topic: Off-topic / "This Pokemon is better than that Pokemon" Debate Thread

Cont.

Originally posted by Gabidou99:

Alakazam can actually take a good deal of physical damage

Oh fuck, here we go again.

252+ Atk Doublade Shadow Sneak vs. 4 HP / 0 Def Alakazam: 240-284 (95.2 – 112.6%) — 75% chance to OHKO

252+ Atk Mold Breaker Excadrill Iron Head vs. 4 HP / 0 Def Alakazam: 277-327 (109.9 – 129.7%) — guaranteed OHKO

252+ Atk Choice Band Talonflame Brave Bird vs. 4 HP / 0 Def Alakazam: 441-519 (175 – 205.9%) — guaranteed OHKO

252 Atk Garchomp Earthquake vs. 4 HP / 0 Def Alakazam: 306-361 (121.4 – 143.2%) — guaranteed OHKO

252+ Atk Tough Claws Mega Charizard X Dragon Claw vs. 4 HP / 0 Def Alakazam: 357-420 (141.6 – 166.6%) — guaranteed OHKO

252+ Atk Huge Power Azumarill Waterfall vs. 4 HP / 0 Def Alakazam: 297-351 (117.8 – 139.2%) — guaranteed OHKO

252 SpA Pixilate Mega Gardevoir Hyper Voice vs. 4 HP / 0 SpD Mega Alakazam: 238-282 (94.4 – 111.9%) — 68.8% chance to OHKO

And a lot, lot more.

Alright, now let’s test pokemon that Alakazam is actually going to face.

These are based on the most common EV spreads.

252 Atk Lucario Bullet Punch vs. 4 HP / 0 Def Alakazam: 109-130 (43.2 – 51.5%) — 9.4% chance to 2HKO

252 Atk Mega Aerodactyl Earthquake vs. 4 HP / 0 Def Alakazam: 210-248 (83.3 – 98.4%) — guaranteed 2HKO

0 Atk Mew Knock Off vs. 4 HP / 0 Def Alakazam: 176-208 (69.8 – 82.5%) — guaranteed 2HKO

252 Atk Mienshao High Jump Kick vs. 4 HP / 0 Def Alakazam: 193-228 (76.5 – 90.4%) — guaranteed 2HKO

Mega Charizard X Outrage vs. Mega Gardevoir: 0-0 (0 – 0%)

The fuck? This is because of it’s typing, not because of its defense stats.

252+ Atk Life Orb Bisharp Sucker Punch vs. 4 HP / 0 Def Mega Gardevoir: 259-305 (93.1 – 109.7%) — 56.3% chance to OHKO With Adamant AND LIFE ORB.

252+ Atk Kyurem Shadow Claw vs. 4 HP / 0 Def Mega Gardevoir: 238-282 (85.6 – 101.4%) — 12.5% chance to OHKO (Coming from a amazing 170 base attack….)

252 Atk Landorus-T Earthquake vs. 4 HP / 0 Def Mega Gardevoir: 252-297 (90.6 – 106.8%) — 43.8% chance to OHKO (It can actually survive a STAB Earthquake from a high base 145 attack!)

252+ Atk Mamoswine Earthquake vs. 4 HP / 0 Def Mega Gardevoir: 255-301 (91.7 – 108.2%) — 50% chance to OHKO (From that too!!!)

Fairly certain normal Gardevoir would get OHKOd from all these attacks.

Even thought Mega Alakazam have more defense, You might want to use Normal Alakazam because it go that “So amazing” Magic Guard Ability.

Yes, Magic Guard is indeed an amazing ability for a pokemon that can do what is was meant to do even without it. It’s kinda like icing on the cake.

 
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Topic: Off-topic / "This Pokemon is better than that Pokemon" Debate Thread

Sorry for the late reply, I was away.

“>Both have Psychic/Fairy typing

>Both learns the exact moves

>Both got similar stats"

First of all, this is literally true of almost every regular evolution too. Combusken and Blaziken share these attributes (with a slight exception to the second rule). Does this mean they’re the same pokemon? Not at all. There’s a reason why Megas are regularly placed in different tiers than their normal counterparts.

Second of all, for this reason, I don’t get why you shifted gears to talk about Mega Gardevoir. The title of your thread is “This pokemon (singular) is better than that pokemon (singular) debate thread”. It’s safe to assume that if you start just “Gardevoir” in your OP, you are referring to regular Gardevoir. If you did want to talk about Mega Gardevoir from the beginning, I think it’s fair to say that you should have stated so.

Did I mention Mega Alakazam loses Magic Guard when it mega evolve?

Yes, and it gains Trace, which is also quite an exceptional ability. Not that this should be relevant to the discussion, because the pokemon I was defending was Alakazam, not Mega Alakazam.

Of course, because in UU it doesn’t have the Big Bad Boys like Mega Charizard X/Y, (Mega) Scizor, (Mega) Garchomp, etc.

What’s your point?

Again, Alakazam has lot more trouble to set up Calm Mind. Mega Gardevoir got the Special Bulk to set up Calm Mind. It even got Dual STAB, unlike Mega Alakazam.

What. It shouldn’t have to set up calm minds. It’s a fast sweeper, not a set up sweeper.

Hmm, I wonder if (Mega) even got the Special version of Sword Dance; Nasty Plot… (Spoiler: No)

See above

Anyway, there is Mega Charizard Y, Clefable, and even Mega Gardevoir if you want a Special Sweeper that is more reliable.

In case I haven’t properly clarified my point, I’m talking about Gardevoir in the context of OU and Alakazam in the context of UU, because that is where they are most commonly used. Mega Charizard Y, Clefable, and Mega Gardevoir are all OU.

I think you are confused there. It only prevent damage from moves like Leech Seed, Statue Damage, Weather and the item Life Orb. It doesn’t block Confusion and Taunt.

My bad. It’s still a great ability for a pokemon whose main attraction isn’t even its defense.

Did I mention Mega Alakazam loses Magic Guard when it mega evolve?

Yeah.

Listen, I know Mega Gardevoir is better than Alakazam and even Mega Alakazam. I’m not trying to argue that, and you shouldn’t be either, as it’s pretty obvious. It becomes troublesome, however, when you start to treat Gardevoir and Mega Gardevoir as a single entity.

Edit: the Showdown Calculator is currently down, so I will try to respond to your damage calc claims later.

 
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Topic: Off-topic / "This Pokemon is better than that Pokemon" Debate Thread

Wow, I really wonder why Gardevoir is Ranked A- in OU then. The only Calm Mind users that are ranked higher are Lati@s and Clefable.

Smogon rankings say nothing about how good a Calm Mind user a poke is. They only judge a pokemon’s relative usefulness in its tier, which for Gardevoir is primarily because of an excellent typing for OU and a diverse movepool.

Yeah, IN UU.

Yeah? That’s why I said in their respective tiers. Alakazam is more of a threat in its metagame than Gardevoir is in OU. It’s a better fast sweeper than Gardevoir anyway.

-Mega Charizard X
-(Mega) Garchomp
-Sand Rush Excadrill, which probably outspeed (Mega) Alakazam when Sand Rush is active
-Sword Dance (Mega) Scizor
-Gale Wing Talonflame

Because none of those are UU? On top of that, all of those are physical. Not sure why you’re using them as examples.

AND, I’m talking about Mega Gardevoir.

Uh, no. As I said before, Mega Gardevoir is an entirely different pokemon. It was even in a separate tier from normal Gardevoir for a while.

Alakazam has Magic Guard, sure, but it doesn’t matter because it’s OHKOed by a lot, lot of physical attacks.

No threat from entry hazards, no toxic, taunt, will-o-wisp, confusion, or any other status attack is far from “not mattering”. Take magic bounce, which is only a level above magic guard. For most pokes with magic bounce, it’s the main if not only reason to use them. Mega Sableye’s main attraction is magic guard, and it’s not even that great besides that one ability. And Alakazam can actually take a good deal of physical damage, but it usually doesn’t matter too much since it’s so fast and specially offensive. It’s a glass cannon, basically.

 
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Topic: Off-topic / "This Pokemon is better than that Pokemon" Debate Thread

In terms of gimickiness, Shuckle. If you are inexperienced/don’t know about it, a contrary Shuckle can easily wipe out your team.

In terms of actual usability/competitive value, definitely Chansey. There are plenty of ways to shut down Shuckle, most commonly with taunt or toxic. Chansey has heal bell, and it is not dependent on stall to win.

 
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Topic: Off-topic / "This Pokemon is better than that Pokemon" Debate Thread

Oh man, I totally forgot about Magic Guard. Such a fantastic ability.

 
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Topic: Off-topic / "This Pokemon is better than that Pokemon" Debate Thread

Shoot, I forgot Gardevoir was moved to OU. Nevertheless, I still think that in their respective tiers, Alakazam is better. While Alakazam can really only successfully pull one or two role, it performs those roles much more effectively than Gardevoir can perform any of its roles. Honestly, why would you use Gardevoir for all those roles if there are other pokes that can do the same, much better? Gardervoir is not even close to being the best Stallbreaker in OU, nor is it the best support or Calm Mind user. On the other hand, Alakazam is arguably the best fast sweeper in UU. I will agree though that Gardevoir’s new typing is extremely useful, especially with the Aegislash thing that’s going on.

And long last, Mega Gardevoir got the amazing Pixelate Hypervoice, which can enable it to hit TROUGH Substitute.

Yeah…except we’re talking about Gardevoir, not Mega Gardevoir. They’re practically two different pokemon.

Also, Alakazam would beat Gardevoir 1v1 most of the time, but that’s beside the point.

Edit: Also, no one would lock themself in on outrage against a team with a fairy unless their dragon wasn’t particularly valuable

 
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Topic: Off-topic / "This Pokemon is better than that Pokemon" Debate Thread

-Better typing

This depends on what metagame you’re playing with. In tiers with more Poison types, like the lower ones where Alakazam is used primarily, it would have a more useful typing.

-More bulk

This is only favorable for certain, uncommon roles. I haven’t really seen many bulkier Gardevoir sets being used, and Alakazam’s higher stats in both SpAtk and Speed make it the better fast sweeper.

Overall, I’m going to say that Alakazam does what it’s supposed to do better than Gardevoir does. Sure, you have more variety with Gardevoir, but unless you capitalize on these added aspects, which people rarely do, they make no difference.

Anyway, I’m going to argue that Chansey is better than her older sister, Blissey. The main drawback people mention when saying why they prefer Blissey over Chansey is that Blissey is able to utilize leftovers, while Chansey already has its item slot filled with Eviolite (at least in the competitive scene). However, I think Chansey’s access to Soft-boiled offsets the importance of leftovers.

 
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Topic: Off-topic / Your Top Six Music Artists?

The Antlers
world’s end girlfriend
Arcade Fire
The Microphones
Grizzly Bear
Neutral Milk Hotel

 
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Topic: Off-topic / Anime Addicts Anonymous (AAA)

Originally posted by Indy111:
Originally posted by CowFriend:

Just watched the first episode of Mysterious Girlfriend X. Holy shit, I almost died of cringe. I’m not sure who would want to watch this show other than people with drool fetish. The character interactions are terrible, the motivations for them to be a couple are freaking absurd. Everything is spoken in monotone, I can’t sense any feeling when they are talking to each other. This is worse than Watamote in that it feels like this show is legitimately trying to have a plot.

Dropped, I can’t handle another episode.

I know your pain and you made me laugh out loud with the drool fetish thing.

But on another note! I watched the first episode of Carnival Phantasm and…. it is kind of…. an interesting way of putting things. I like it!

EDIT: So I just looked at some upcoming anime and I wasn’t all that interested so far. Log Horizon season 2 is something I’m looking forward to though.

Looks more interesting than the current season IMO. I’ll definitely be picking up Psycho Pass S2 and Fate/Stay Night, and maybe Kaito 1412 and Terraformers.

 
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Topic: Off-topic / What is a smogon?

Originally posted by Gabidou99:

It’s a website about Competitive Pokemon. There is strategy and competitive movesets for almost all Pokemon. There is also tiers.

Nah, that’s Smogon. A smogon is a Koffing.

 
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Topic: Off-topic / Anime Addicts Anonymous (AAA)

The PS2 version replaces every single sexual scene with more possible deaths for Makoto (Which are many. I think you can die in at least 50 ways.)

Wait…so Makoto dies every time there’s supposed to be a sex scene? That seems a little harsh on the guy.

Edit: Okay, so I read that wrong.

 
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Topic: Off-topic / Anime Addicts Anonymous (AAA)

Originally posted by Reginleifx:
Originally posted by sddsdd:
Originally posted by Reginleifx:
Originally posted by niceman555:
Originally posted by CowFriend:
Originally posted by niceman555:

I heard some anime is gross. Is this true or all they all like love stories and action.

Yeah, niceman, if you want some action-packed anime, you should check out School Days. Don’t let the cover art fool you, you will see some brilliant sword action between the hero and his companion.

Actually, I’ve heard that SAO was pretty good (I watched a few episodes and I stand corrected.) When I meant “gross” I meant gorey. I actually heard that AOT was gorey, so I was just wondering if that is also the case on some.
Ok, I might check out this School Days anime.

AOT isn’t as gorey as most people would make you believe, in my opinion. I didn’t like SAO at all.

1)SAO was OK, although it was hyped up to hell. That’s all I have to say about it.
2) Watch School Days, and then watch it again to really understand the deeper meaning.
3) Oh man oh man oh man. SO MANY ROMANCE ANIMES. Just finished Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai, and I’m really disappointed that Kodaka is such a dum character.

Agreed with the SAO thing.
Haven’t watched School Days, but I’ve read the VN.

Is the School Days VN actually good? I was thinking of picking it up until I heard it was pretty much a full eroge.

 
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Topic: Off-topic / Anime Addicts Anonymous (AAA)

Man, both Durarara!! OPs are so good. Also, I wasn’t aware Angel Beats had a second OP.

 
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Topic: Off-topic / Anime Addicts Anonymous (AAA)

Originally posted by Meistheman:

I am going with the first opening of Soul Eater because both the animation and music are neat. Sorry, but I do not seem to find a link to the opening…

link

 
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Topic: Off-topic / Anime Addicts Anonymous (AAA)

I’ll nominate Again by Yui, the first FMA:B opening partly because of the way the music synchronizes with the animation, and partly because I love the song itself.