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Fate Zero, why have you allowed this Quasimoto octopus demon to murder small children episode after episode...

The intriguing part is, this aspect of Fate Zero is totally irrelevant from the plot. Sometimes I wonder what goes on in these writer's minds...

Have you noticed other things that anime gets away with that movies/shows with real people cannot?





Yea the plot seem like a mess but it actually does make sense unlike million other animes which don't. The whole plot basically emphasize how the MC the dark emo guy is really all soft and emo inside but act like a tough guy on the outside.(In actual he has affair with his assistant person and has very little self control) and also it talk about how in the fate/zero setting he's suppose to be a magician that's not really a magician that do not work for other magicians(hence he is not in the magician order) and he uses time magic.


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Posted 3/14/14
The other ones I can think of have been taken, but there's Fullmetal Alchemist/Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. They killed off Nina when she was a chimera.
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As soon as the first kid died in Fate/Zero, I thought to myself: "I'm going to like this show." It was such an amazing character introduction. It told us immediately what kind of sick bastard we're going to be dealing with.

This is one of the things that drew me to anime. Not child death in particular but their willingness to push the boundaries. If a show can truly shock me then I am happy. The prime example of this being Elfen Lied.


Question is, if every show and Anime started killing off children, would you get disgusted and tired of it?
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The other ones I can think of have been taken, but there's Fullmetal Alchemist/Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. They killed off Nina when she was a chimera.


Nina was technically not a person. but Fullmetal alchemist brother sucked so bad compare to the first one(the very short one)
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buldieb wrote:

As soon as the first kid died in Fate/Zero, I thought to myself: "I'm going to like this show." It was such an amazing character introduction. It told us immediately what kind of sick bastard we're going to be dealing with.

This is one of the things that drew me to anime. Not child death in particular but their willingness to push the boundaries. If a show can truly shock me then I am happy. The prime example of this being Elfen Lied.


Question is, if every show and Anime started killing off children, would you get disgusted and tired of it?


Yeah, that's exactly the thing. It works because it's rare and taboo. I don't particularly care about kids getting killed. I just like seeing something that doesn't happen very often.
Posted 3/14/14 , edited 3/14/14

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SuzumeAkihana wrote:

The other ones I can think of have been taken, but there's Fullmetal Alchemist/Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. They killed off Nina when she was a chimera.


Nina was technically not a person. but Fullmetal alchemist brother sucked so bad compare to the first one(the very short one)


I feel like I should count her, though. She was a person, but she just got transmuted with her dog.
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As soon as the first kid died in Fate/Zero, I thought to myself: "I'm going to like this show."


Congratulations, I think you just got placed on a list somewhere.

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Posted 3/14/14

SuzumeAkihana wrote:


DeckardXLeah wrote:


SuzumeAkihana wrote:

The other ones I can think of have been taken, but there's Fullmetal Alchemist/Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. They killed off Nina when she was a chimera.


Nina was technically not a person. but Fullmetal alchemist brother sucked so bad compare to the first one(the very short one)


I feel like I should count her, though. She was a person, but she just got transmuted with her dog.




Well some people eat dogs don't they? so no
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Well some people eat dogs don't they? so no


Yes, but she was a person at one point.
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The writers smoke some strong weed.
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Well she wasn't a damn dog. She was half human. I mean she could speak for god's sake.

And if you consider her a dog at that point, that means her dad murdered her as soon as he turned her into a chimera. So either way...
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As soon as the first kid died in Fate/Zero, I thought to myself: "I'm going to like this show." It was such an amazing character introduction. It told us immediately what kind of sick bastard we're going to be dealing with.

This is one of the things that drew me to anime. Not child death in particular but their willingness to push the boundaries. If a show can truly shock me then I am happy. The prime example of this being Elfen Lied.



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Well she wasn't a damn dog. She was half human. I mean she could speak for god's sake.

And if you consider her a dog at that point, that means her dad murdered her as soon as he turned her into a chimera. So either way...


Her dad did something worse than murder her. He mutilated her and pretty much screwed the rest of her life up. Would you rather be mutilated and realize that you were mutilated? or be killed swiftly without any chance to suffer? I actually related to Scar during that moment, because I too would rather die than live the rest of my life as a retarded half-dog thing.
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buldieb wrote:

As soon as the first kid died in Fate/Zero, I thought to myself: "I'm going to like this show." It was such an amazing character introduction. It told us immediately what kind of sick bastard we're going to be dealing with.

This is one of the things that drew me to anime. Not child death in particular but their willingness to push the boundaries. If a show can truly shock me then I am happy. The prime example of this being Elfen Lied.



You're incredible... We can just never be friends IRL.


Haha, I guess it's going to come across perverse no matter what. Oh well. I thought I explained myself pretty well in that it's about inverting expectations rather than me wanting to see kids killed.
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buldieb wrote:


evilswitchkix wrote:


buldieb wrote:

As soon as the first kid died in Fate/Zero, I thought to myself: "I'm going to like this show." It was such an amazing character introduction. It told us immediately what kind of sick bastard we're going to be dealing with.

This is one of the things that drew me to anime. Not child death in particular but their willingness to push the boundaries. If a show can truly shock me then I am happy. The prime example of this being Elfen Lied.



You're incredible... We can just never be friends IRL.


Haha, I guess it's going to come across perverse no matter what. Oh well. I thought I explained myself pretty well in that it's about inverting expectations rather than me wanting to see kids killed.


Only kidding, in fact my best friend recommended me the show and proclaimed his undying affection for it after the second episode made him shout: "WTF" out loud.

Today I forced my father into the room to watch that exact moment in episode 2. He was shocked and then upon hearing the explanation of reinventing fear, he laughed.

We shouldn't be judged for our reactions to inconceivable circumstances. Who knows why we react the way we do sometimes.
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