I didn't like the ending. Didn't feel like closure to anything. The previous episode they just toss Mayu away like nothing and in this one besides Decim none of these characters actually seemed to go through a full development arc. And in terms of emotional value, I got more out of the random people coming in and playing games than Chiyuki and her suicide issues.
Everything in the last few episodes was rushed and last-second because the writer didn't realize he didn't have enough time to develop the recurring cast until it was too late.
>>123150357 mayu's end had weight, she did a bad thing, you can't deny it. people do bad things in the name of love. it actually contrasts well with chiyuki's end. she wanted to be alive for the sake of her mother and loved ones, but understood that unjustly taking someone's chance at life was wrong.
I didn't understand this line when in context with the rest of the episode. Am I retarded? Was he right? What was he right about? Was he wrong? In the end what did it matter that Decim had emotions? What will happen from here? He is still disapprovingly keeping an eye on things, right?
I kinda feel like his story, especially in relation to Decim and Nona, was incomplete.
How is this a complaint? For a television anime the production quality of this show was surprisingly impressive considering how bad parasyte looked. Death Parades production was way above the usual standards for a television anime.
Some part of /a/ hates this not only for the aforementioned reasons, but also because if an anime brings up any kind of discussion of any sort (like did X deserve Y for doing Z) absolute fucking unmitigated shitstorms occur. 10x so if it involves women.
>>123150952 The implication is that flower-raper never told anyone else the fourth rule, just the first three. He knows that Quicim is doomed to have a breakdown from judging people now that he has empathy/emotions
Since the best scientific belief for the neurophisiological basis of emotions and empathy is mirror neurons, seeing people go through extreme trauma and suffering will slowly wittle away your brain. That's why they want dummies
>>123151055 >The implication is that flower-raper never told anyone else the fourth rule, just the first three. I thought that made up the fourth rule in the end, that it was a new addition to the rule set.
The whole thing about arbiters not being able to feel anything was made to protect them from suffering of having to experience dead people's memories and seeing them break down upon discovery of their fate.
Decim learned how to feel but in return will suffer a lot when judging people from now on
>>123150952 The little monologue at the end where he adds the 4th rule is basically the explanation for why the rules exist at all. An arbiter that came too close to being human would suffer immeasurably when making judgments, like Decim's breakdown while judging Miyuki.
>>123151372 you actually think ginti was giving her a choice? he was giving her as much a choice as much as decim was giving chiyuki a choice in the last episode. it was all a judgement. she failed the judgement, so she got voided
>>123151525 the dialogue isn't definitive of anything. it could fit any outcome of her decision except choosing not to void the stranger. if anything, it is proof that she would do anything for harada including voiding a stranger
>>123151280 Which in itself is a pretty stupid form of judgement.
Literally no one who isn't a sociopath or autistic would choose to save a stranger instead of saving the person they love the most. Even the most righteous people would at most want to know more about the stranger's life before making a decision, or maybe try sacrifice themselves to save both.
>>123151927 >Literally no one who isn't a sociopath or autistic would choose to save a stranger instead of saving the person they love the most. Even the most righteous people would at most want to know more about the stranger's life before making a decision, or maybe try sacrifice themselves to save both.
you have to compare mayu to chiyuki. chiyuki chose to stay dead instead of coming back to life to comfort her loved ones. are you trying to say she's wrong?
>>123152018 >chiyuki chose to stay dead instead of coming back to life to comfort her loved ones She DID kill herself. Coming back to life just so that you can apologize to your family for killing yourself and making them sad is a pretty shitty reason to live.
>>123152018 In Chiyuki's case the sacrifice of a stranger would just ease her parents and friends' suffering by saving her. That's completely different from being asked to choose between killing a beloved person or killing a stranger.
Not to mention Chiyuki had no right to make that sort of decision, since she was the one responsible for everything for killing herself.
>>123152138 >Coming back to life just so that you can apologize to your family for killing yourself and making them sad is a pretty shitty reason to live. staying alive just because you don't want your loved ones to be sad is no way to live either
>>123150357 I can't fathom why people have a hard time understanding what happened.
Mayu was Chiyuki's foil as Ginti's was Decim's foil. Mayu's and Ginti's subplot was meant to contrast the main one. The only characters that needed to be focused on were Chiyuki and Decim. That's it.
Mayu and Chiyuki were in the same boat and the story lines reflected that. Mayu was voided, because she was willing to sacrifice someone for selfish reasons. So she was sent to the void. Chiyuki was presented with the same opportunity, but due to the fact that she had seen what all of those people went through she decided that even though she was upset about her mother, she couldn't bare the thought of taking someone's life and robbing their loved ones of someone important. It's the very thing that she did when she committed suicide. She did not understand her mother, but at the end she understood not only her, but everyone that came through those doors.
Nona's whole thing was that she wanted to have an arbiter to have empathy. Decim wanted to understand humans. This is what happened. Chiyuki was finally judged and sent to be reincarnated. Ginti sent Mayu to the void, but he made a momento of her because she made a huge impression on him.
>>123150666 >>123152018 Watch it again. Chiyuki doesn't accept it, she rationalizes why she shouldn't do it but she breaks just after it and ask Decim to push the button for her. That's when his human side kicks in and he sees how unfair and flawed the system is, so he just undo the fake scenario and gives her a proper judgement
>>123152138 Especially because in the proposed scenario her coming back would just erase her death from their memories and at the same time she wouldn't have any memories of the time spent on Quindecim. It's a undo button, there would be nothing to apologize for
Why are people mad about Mayu going to the void anyway? That was the only way she could be with Harada, and in the end they even merged together. That's possibly one of the most reasonable ends she could get.
The only thing I can't understand is why Harada was sent to the void in the first place. The guy wasn't that bad, and both him and Mayu being reincarnated would be the best end for them.
>>123152241 so you want us to assume that arbiters are allowed to void people on a whim, and that occulus and nona would allow such a thing, rather than accept that arbiters are there to judge, specifically drawing out the worst in people, to choose if they are worthy of redemption
>>123152241 It is selfish, but humans are selfish beings. Chiyuki could have easily gone for Mayu's route, but she's been through too much. What's even more powerful is that Chiyuki was willing to give up seeing her mom again for the sake of billions of strangers. This opposed to Mayu who was willing to sacrifice someone for the person she cared for most. What Chiyuki did wasn't easy at all as most people would choose their loved ones. That doesn't mean that Mayu was wrong. Her decision was right for her and she was willing to pay the price. That's all there is to it.
>>123152431 No, I believe Ginti chose to void her because she had nothing else to life for if the idol weren't with her. Neither Ginti nor Mayu were completely in the wrong like many people seem to think.
>>123152441 >I'm... not, because considering she only got her one episode of quality screentime, I don't care enough about the character to like her, which is why her death leaves no impact and feels worthless.
It's not worthless at all. It makes Chiyuki's decision that much more impactful.
>>123152567 >I believe Ginti chose to void her because she had nothing else to life for if the idol weren't with her.
But the last episode clearly put Chiyuki in a similar situation if not on a grander scale. If Chiyuki had chosen to kill a random person to be with her mother then she would have been sent to the void just like Mayu.
>>123152597 You didn't understand the ending, she wasn't voided because he actually knew she was a good person and understood that when posed in such extreme emotional situation you don't get to think clearly and look like a voidfag.
At least she understood she can't replace a life for her own, specially after she's the one who decided to end it herself.
>>123152655 pretty hard. got a soft spot for family, seeing that one guy go through seeing his mother in that game got me right in the feels. it's too easy to forget about those who are around you all the time.
>>123152430 He was voided because Ginti is biased. He also couldn't grasp how much Harada actually meant for Mayu. He might have reconsidered it if he knew she would rather get voided than be without him.
But I do think it was a fitting end and a nice parallel to Decim and Chiyu story and that lovebirds case. The merging was a nice touch, even though we know the void will be pure shit they are facing it together
It isn't a masterpiece, but it managed to be at least decent throughout all of it, but the backlash was fucking insane. You couldn't even mention the show in other threads without people calling it "normalfag anime", "reddit/MAL/v/ anime", "pretentious and tryhard" or just the usual "just call it shit without further explanations".
Do people really feel that threatened about any anime that tries to have some sort of message combined with a more serious plot?
>>123152430 harada did decide to kick her off in order to win. ginti wasn't going to overlook that. he might have tried to save her, but not to the point that he was willing to throw himself off the pole, so it doesn't negate his darkness
Eh. The show was alright, I guess. Nothing too grand. Still liked Jigoku Shoujo better though and I fucking watched all three seasons of that. However, the NEET and Detective episodes were really good with the original billiard one being the best.
>>123152597 You are following their fucked up rules, that's missing the point. People entire existences shouldn't be judged by wrong decisions brought about by extreme situations. Decim learned that and turned into a better arbiter, he might suffer for it but he will haves Chiyu's doll as a memento that it's worth it in the end.
>>123152987 The threads were cancer and nobody wants you inviting that cancer into other threads. After the first episode, people came into DP threads looking for a shitstorm, and if they didn't find one they'd stir one. Nobody wants to deal with the kids that think everything must always be a shitstorm. They're your problem, you keep 'em.
The show is fine, even above average, but it certainly has enough flaws to not suit everyone's tastes.
>>123153180 >he has more experience A rather weak assertion to support your argument. How does it follow? >wiser By whose measure? >has been around longer At best you can say that this is the same as your first point, and at worst it's completely irrelevant.
>>123153193 >So people who like something you don't are just pretending?
No, they're just wrong. Other people have opinions, I have facts. Years ago a greek god tried to fuck me but I rejected him and he spat on my fingers and now I type the truth but am cursed to only be able to do it on anonymous imageboards.
>>123152779 > If Chiyuki had chosen to kill a random person to be with her mother then she would have been sent to the void just like Mayu But she did. Decim just determined that this shouldn't provide her a one way trip to the void >>123152597
In the same way Ginti didn't void Mayu just because he was supposed to, she was sent down to Harada
>>123153333 she didn't do it, asking someone, especially decim, to do something like that is not the same thing as pressing the button. the fact that she couldn't do it herself just meant she recognized that she had no right to do such a thing
>>123153395 regret and sorrow for past decisions make you more lenient toward cases with similar circumstances, making the arbiter biased to one side or the other to avoid such emotions, and that's not right
That's fine and all, but the character herself feels worthless outside of that usage as a tool. It's a shitty way to write when that's the character's only use and they can't stand on their own. There's no emotional impact, just a literary device thrown around.
All and all it's a pretty bad cast of unexplored characters and an ending that can't make up for its own simplicity by at least being powerful. I enjoyed the show alot when it was just people from different paths in life and the events leading up to their deaths that made them the people they were. The assertion that human beings can't be judged in black and white because we all have our circumstances is a moving message I think, but the show made it very clear whenever it tried to bring attention to events outside of the games that it wasn't capable of tying it all together cleanly.
>>123153598 What do you mean, "what"? The established system offers no evidence towards an objective morality, relying on a certain system to establish judgement that only focuses on certain scenarios and aspects of a person's personality and life.
>>123153658 well yeah, it is a test to see if the characteristic to do positive things is stronger than the desire to do bad things. everyone had negative desires, but those worthy of redemption have the willpower to restrain or overcome that negativity
>>123153316 There's way more variables to consider, man. Just look a the brother in the killers episode, he would get reincarnation being paired with anybody else, but they had to instigate his desire for revenge.
Setting some hard rule for appropriate behavior when the situations have different weights is the wrong way to go about it
>>123150357 My theory is that Mayu was voided because Harada was supposed to be voided but Ginti knew that would make Mayu upset so he voided them both so they can be together.
Ginti came off as the "tough guy act" to me from the very start so it's not surprising that he would void Mayu. If he felt he could reincarnate harada i'm sure he would but he was a cheater and vain so he couldn't make an exception to him so he made Mayu go down with him.
>>123153592 Let's be honest, humans are not the best judges of anything. They are an emotional species that drives on basically RNG. Yes I used that word because that is what it is, because they rely on things like "faith" and "trust" and those are just not of substance when trying to judge.
I mean, let's use an example. Let's say there is some little girl. She says her mommy is sick and that she has no money. What do you think most people do? They give the kid the money. No questions asked they just give her the moment. Welp, find out later that her mom isn't sick and that they in fact are living fine in a two story house.
That's what I'm talking about. Appeal to emotions will just cloud your logic and common sense.
>>123153899 >but Ginti knew that would make Mayu upset so he voided them both so they can be together. Ginti plays by the book, even if he had minimal attachement to her, he voided her because not only her choice to kill for someone else's sake, but because she said that her life was simply living for Idol's sake
>>123153899 >My theory is that Mayu was voided because Harada was supposed to be voided but Ginti knew that would make Mayu upset so he voided them both so they can be together. look, man. ginti is not stupid. mayu is. she didn't even understand what the void was. if he didn't want to upset her, he would have just left it at that
>>123153888 We have one example where the two who arrive are amicable childhood friends. They end up essentially going on a date with basically no unwanted conflict. Another example, as >>123153796 mentions, has two dudes appear who are entangled in some very antagonistic shit. Is this system set up to be fair? To whom? Were the former pair tested to see if they would harm a person who allowed their sibling to be raped?
>>123153773 That would be fine if the "positive" choice and the "negative" choice were both feasible by your average human. And asking people to choose between their beloved ones or strangers, for example, is far from being a fair way to judge someone, since the choice is obvious.
The way things are now people have to either be lucky and play the game with a batshit insane partner who'll make you them look good by comparison, or be fucking saints if they want to have the chance of being reincarnated.
>>123154005 Of course he's not stupid but you could tell he was trying to hide something. Maybe he wasn't the only arbiter old loli suspenders gave emotion to? Perhaps he felt sorry for her and understood her but knew he had to hide it? I mean he was very defensive about the whole arbiters are not humans thing.
>>123153998 I feel like that was more or less an excuse to void her if anything. A means to be able to void her and not feel like he made a bad call. If he was given human emotion like I said above then he would have felt guilty about it.
>>123154085 And he would still pass despite that if it wasn't for that whole "you can make him suffer, y'know?" bonus round. There's a good reason Chiyu got feed up that ep, niichan got royally fucked by their system.
>>123154213 Sorry, no matter how I look at it, Ginti is not the type to act on emotion (if he even has a scope of it). He is 100% rule abiding, he was Decim's foil in the show If he voided her it would be because he believed she deserved to get voided
>>123154197 we are judging souls, not putting them on trial to see who gets past st peter. if you didn't notice, nona forces decim to take the difficult murdercase where the detective got killed by the bro. it was lucky that the detective held no grudges. but that isn't considered normal, so they had special arbiters set up to handle it.
>>123154329 Exactly he's rule abiding to a T and that would explain why he feels so conflicted about them. If emotions weren't a factor he would have easily voided idol bishi nigga and reincarnated little miss too much eye shadow.
>>123154426 >we are judging souls, not putting them on trial to see who gets past st peter Is that not exactly what we are doing? It might not be God's Heaven and the circles of hell, but the notion that one is a better outcome than the other and that you are being judged on whether you get to the nicer option is all the same.
>nona forces decim to take the difficult murdercase where the detective got killed by the bro Okay, so how does that play into the moral rightness of the system if it can be fucked with at the whim of certain individuals?
>>123154213 >Of course he's not stupid but you could tell he was trying to hide something. first off, you're asking us to assume a lot of things to make your idea viable. occam's razor and all that. secondly i think that if he was hiding anything, he was hiding the fact that he was a little attatched to mayu, hence the doll he made in the last ep
>>123154453 The reason he didnt void her at first was because he had no basis to void her in so he gave her another trial. He does not feel conflicted, it is his job and he accepts the responsibility. He has no qualms or regret about the system. He probably found her refreshing and out of respect made a little wooden idol of her showing that Decim is rubbing off on him. Like, your posts make him appear way too sympathetic, I say that he is not there yet.
>>123154486 She begged Decim to press the button for her because she wanted to choose her family but didn't want to take responsibility for fucking over a stranger. So in the end she didn't have to choose either because Decim got too emotional and the fake world fell apart.
>>123154486 If it were anyone else besides Decim judging her, she would have been voided because of >>123152597 But since it was him, he knew the system was biased and flawed, so that kind of trial wasn't enough to void someone.
>>123154386 Wouldn't you? Reincarnation and all, the whole reason he killed someone and ended up there trapped into this revenge plot is because the cop cared more about exerting his personal justice than protecting people.
His imouto was left in a real shitty situation and he probably won't see her in another life and it's partially thanks to this guy.
>>123154567 >Is that not exactly what we are doing? It might not be God's Heaven and the circles of hell, but the notion that one is a better outcome than the other and that you are being judged on whether you get to the nicer option is all the same. souls only carry the predispositions toward certain actions, no memories, no past offenses are taken into account, only what is done in judgement.
>Okay, so how does that play into the moral rightness of the system if it can be fucked with at the whim of certain individuals? the fact that they have special procedures in those cases is indicative that they would expect such animosity and would have different conditions for judgement other than what decim would use. if they didn't care about fairness, they wouldn't recognize anything as special
>>123154674 recognizing that she had no right to take someone's life was her answer to him
>>123154687 ditto, she defered to an outside power, a judge to determine if she was worthy enough to come back at the price of another. she did not believe her desire to live was enough to take another person's life.
>>123154772 >predispositions toward certain actions Why didn't they try to put the barren, geriatric woman in a situation that might bring out her inner "must hurt dude who allowed my sibling to be raped"? Why are these "certain actions" inconsistent?
>no memories They clearly gain memories over the course of the game.
>if they didn't care about fairness, they wouldn't recognize anything as special Maybe I misunderstand, but I would hold the opposite to be true. The process should be one hundred percent the same for everybody forever in order to be fair.
>>123154989 >Why didn't they try to put the barren, geriatric woman in a situation that might bring out her inner "must hurt dude who allowed my sibling to be raped"? Why are these "certain actions" inconsistent? believe it or not, some people don't have darkness in them
>They clearly gain memories over the course of the game. as they gain their memories they also learn the nature of the place and the fact that they are dead. if someone persists in their hatred despite finding out the rules and circumstances, they deserve the void.
>Maybe I misunderstand, but I would hold the opposite to be true. The process should be one hundred percent the same for everybody forever in order to be fair. in a world where everyone was the same, you might be right
>>123154921 You don't have a younger sister, right? Or maybe yours is just that much of a cunt.
How can you even side with that guy? If he was working to prevent those things I would understand, but the fucker was in a position to stop it and instead just oversees it with total disregard for the victims. He was just as bad as the criminals and I'm glad karma caught up with him
>>123155017 Nothing would help him. Rubbing it in his face only broke him even further. He didn't really have void or reincarnation as his priorities at that moment. Dude was still assimilating all that. No matter how you look at it, there was way too much shit to process
>>123155344 >But they didn't put her through the same trials. How do they know that she doesn't? that's what they use the memories for, as a basis for how to draw out the darkness
>So there is bias. People who took certain actions in life are judged in a certain, corresponding way. if bias is recognizing that people and circumstances are different for everyone, sure. if fairness is disregarding everything that identifies someone, i don't want that. the whole purpose of "judging" is to take into account the differences and circumstances and weigh them against other things. if everything was cut and dried, you'd just use a spreadsheet to determine who goes to the void and who gets reincarnated
>>123155516 >that's what they use the memories for, as a basis for how to draw out the darkness But then that's judging people's actions in life. Surely you can understand that the same person can lead a different life depending on a change in environment and associated external events, right? In nature versus nurture, do you believe it's all nature?
>the whole purpose of "judging" is to take into account the differences and circumstances and weigh them against other things. >souls only carry the predispositions toward certain actions, no memories, no past offenses are taken into account, only what is done in judgement. This is contradictory. You want to judge them based on their circumstances in life, but you want only what happens in judgement to be taken into account.
>if everything was cut and dried It isn't, so it's subjective. As I have established, there is bias in that people with troubled lives are given more trying circumstances in judgement than people who had it easier and more "virtuous".
Please start using capitalisation or I won't respond to your next post. It's quite the pain to read.
>>123155814 >In some jurisdictions, an accessory is distinguished from an accomplice, who normally is present at the crime and participates in some way. An accessory must generally have knowledge that a crime is being, or will be committed. A person with such knowledge may become an accessory by helping or encouraging the criminal in some way, or simply by failing to report the crime to proper authority. The assistance to the criminal may be of any type, including emotional or financial assistance as well as physical assistance or concealment.
>>123155796 >But then that's judging people's actions in life. nope, that's using their experiences as a map to their darkness in their soul.
>You want to judge them based on their circumstances in life. the circumstances being limited to how they act within judgment, m'boy
>As I have established, there is bias in that people with troubled lives are given more trying circumstances in judgement than people who had it easier and more "virtuous". wrong, decisions and actions that rich people take are more easily observed as positive or negative once you have access to memories. the things they say behind closed doors, the faces the make when they think no one is looking, the way in which they treat the people they hire, all that is more telling than a kid in the slums stealing food to feed himself or his family
>Please start using capitalisation or I won't respond to your next post. It's quite the pain to read. no
I feel..s incomplete. As soon as it ended, despite how great it was, I thought there had to be an announcement somewhere of something else about this anime. I'm sure it has to do with the lack of development on the rest of the characters, those sweet character designs that were just for background and not developed at all, not even their roles. I also felt like this should have hitted like a truck, emotionally, there are other episodes that were harder. Still, very solid ending and very solid anime, I just feel incomplete for some reason. Like a little odd thing went wrong, but I can't really tell what, I don't even judge anime that much, I enjoy anything but this isn't the full experience for me, even if it gave a perfect ending to Chiyuki and Decim's characters. Anyone else?
>>123156037 Anon, pls. It's a short sentence, I'm sure you could find it alone
>A person with such knowledge may become an accessory by helping or encouraging the criminal in some way, or simply by failing to report the crime to proper authority His omission there and in plenty of other cases was enough to make him accessory to those crimes
>>123156162 In fact this was way more well received here than I exected, I thought there was going to be a lot more people bitching about this ending, which is what lead me to post because maybe I missed something or I'm just too dumb to get the real Death Parade experience. Sorry if I upset you Anon, it wasn't my intention, really.
>>123149921 No. Feels like this series should've been 2 cour to cover details like this. I also thought the ending was a bit rushed. Still a good ending but I was expecting something more after 11 episodes. I expect a couple OVAs if not S2 of Sluts Getting Voided: The Chinese Cartoon.
>>123156389 Depends on how you interpret Mayu getting voided. If you think he was doing his duty as a arbiter, then his emotions never flourished. Although as pointed >>123156437 the doll could show some sign of remorse or respect
Now if you think he sent her to the void because she couldn't live without the Idol then it's pretty clear he can empatise
>>123156540 he didn't trust the law to do anything to stop criminals, that's why his method of justice required knowledge that they would follow through on acts worthy of death. catching a person in the act and making sure it isn't coerced or any other conceivable complication is important to his one man operation. in all fairness, he probably prevented more crimes than the police would have been able to given the same case.
he allows victims in order to deliver swift justice. more importantly his judgement and justice is 100% accurate because of it.
>>123156988 As much as i loved the main story of Decim/Onna the individual game episodes were so exciting to watch every time, but in the end I guess each one just further developed Decim/Onna as characters. Sad to see it end
>>123153142 Bingo. A big part of the ending was moe-kun learning to judge souls by the good they contain, not darkness brought out or even possibly created by extreme situations. It's not a perfect solution but at least one arbitrator learned a better way to operate within a flawed system.
I just angrily reviewed the show in a shitposting thread. Please murder me. >>123157171 tl;dr it could have been a lot better. Death Billiards was better. The plot was shit. 0/10 didn't even cry. And fuck Ginti.
>>123157223 you're overgeneralizing, it's true for those who have the strength to be free, but for those weak or without confidence, they want to be protected, hell, more people would rather the country go into debt than reform entitlement spending in USA
>>123157188 Fuck I felt so bad for Decim, I cried for him. I think he was really in love with Chiyuki, I wanted them to hook up somehow. Now he has to carry out his duties with feels but no girlfriend, just has a short boss bitch and a shit Ginti to visit sometimes.
>>123157369 >much better by being episodic Not you again. At least I hope it's just one guy pushing this shit angle. There were plenty of eps that surpassed billiards regardless of how you feel about the show
>>123157563 I said I think, meaning it's my own opinion/ship. I believed he was in love with her, and was hoping he might stop being an Arbiter and pass on with her or she somehow doesn't disintegrate and they hook up at the bar.
>>123155844 Say that when you uncle's got bombed and you watched your uncle+ aunt die right before your eyes wearing the shirt you got him for his birthday or going back to your house with your dad to take your sick grandfather with a soldier escorting you for protection that said soldier getting gibbed infront of you.
There's a point where people just say you know what sign me up for Singapore stlye governance because they just can't take shit anymore.
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