How would you improve this character?
So are you ready for AOTS?
Because you should be.
ETA is 8 days.
Any fans of Read or Die here?
What's the key to making a comic relief character that doesn't backfire, and turn out to be annoying?
Have the comic relief be dark comic relief. Have the stuff which makes them funny be absolutely dark.
In this day and age we don't laugh at comic relief anymore, we are the suffering generation. We can't laugh unless it is cynical and bitter.
The key word there is "relief". They only come in to help alleviate tension, between serious parts of the story. If you don't give your audience a chance to breathe they get worn out and start to see the action sequences as a chore. The worst thing you can do is make the audience feel your action sequences are tedious rather than exciting, because that completely defeats the whole point of having an action sequence.
So you structure action sequences to last only a few minutes at a time. Have some build up, a tense moment, then a pay off. For action-heavy...
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About an otaku who travels to a magical land where his otaku knowledge is of value.
Why they keeping doing that? Just by making the MC some random farming boy like in classic RPGs all this things would improve a lot.
This guy is so smooth I would let him fuck me.
ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME
Why is she so perfect?
Do your pets have good taste?
Why don't you like NTR?
I like it when it's yuri NTRing het.
Why does she pee like that?
Dude, food LMAO!
Just catching up with this show now that the season is finally over, and I must say it's better than I gave it credit for. At first I thought the obnoxiously dull and pretentious dialogue was just the writer being bigheaded, but it's getting more and more clear as I go that it's supposed to come off that way and the professor is just a putz.
Also I noticed these configurations from the Game of Life in the ED and I thought that was pretty clever.
Best show of the season for me, the show is way more clever than it appears but you need to really think about it and not take everything at face value to see it.
Plenty got fooled into thinking it was pretentious with Saikawa's pseudo philosophy in ep 1.
>Doing and releasing a chapter in thirds
Why is this legal?