Are you excited for the movie?
I know I fucking am
Why is she so perfect?
Show the item you are going to use to summon your Servant.
Pic related, I won already.
Pic related, my plot armour is stronger.
Why is she so perfect?
Did I make a good purchase?
Hell yeah you did. Uzumaki was fucking great.
Why don't more anime draw their characters to actually look japanese?
How can Sento be so cute and sexual at the same time?
I can't get enough of this damn show.
Recently anime has gotten so tedious, it feels like an episode takes hours to finish.
But this? Flies by before you know it and it leaves me wanting more.
I even put like ten dollars into the damn game in hopes of a season 2
How does /a/ feel about this? Only 7 published chapters out an originally planned 100, and it directly sucked out of Miura's creative energies for Berserk. He gave up after 7 and called it a 6 issue mini-series with 1 bonus one.
Akatsuki is perfect. Prove me wrong
IRL Akatsuki > In-game Akatsuki.
I know I'm late, but whatever.
So what happened to these guys, and orochimaru?
I just finished watching this pile of shit, I just can't believe what I saw, is that the true ending?
Shirou could have been a great protagonist. He just doesn’t want to be a superhero, he has a real motivation thanks to his a survivor's guilt trauma, seeing Kiritsugu's happy face, and the last thing he said to Kiritsugu before he died being that he would become a superhero. Also the thing where he doesn't have fun, or doesn't think he deserves fun. And he he really believes that his goal is beautiful enough to be worth pursuing and not just an obligation. That’s at least Peter Parker-level or even Bruce Wayne-tier messed up as far as superhero origin stories go.
Unfortunately yet Fate/Stay Night does the usual mistake of generic shounen-series by trying to make its protagonist blunder about. (In order to make him more relatable, one assumes).
Therefore Shirou always has no clue what’s going on, and just sort of gets dragged about by the flow, but in the end he perseveres just by being the densest guy in the room.
Take this episode. He gets ambushed by Rin because he was wandering about in an empty school and somehow missed the fact that it was empty even as he told Rin there were people around. Rin shoots at him with bone-breaking force and he just complains that he doesn't want to fight. Rider attacks him and he makes fun of her and gets rekt because he forgot to pull out the dagger in his arm. Rin rescues him and he asks if she wants to keep trying to kill him instead of reading the mood.
It’s not like he’s a generic character at the end of it all. By the end of the story he's come into his own. But you shouldn't start out with a generic boring protagonist and then try to make such a character more interesting. A strong lead should have some kind of hook, something superficial to make you like him that will hold you over until his character develops further.
That’s what Shirou is: A character that becomes more interesting over time, but not one who is compelling for the twenty hours of shit before then.
I knew going in that Sakura forcefully NTRs Saber away from him, so I was actually pleasantly surprised by the level of working relationship they established before that happened.
Is this semen demon really a high school student?
Miku is love. Miku is life.