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Didn't watch Attack on Titan because of a misleading spoiler,
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Posted 5/7/14
Spoilers never deter me from watching something. I don't much care about being "spoiled." I'll likely forget it by the time I start watching the show, anyways.

As much as I like Eren and AoT, still think it would've been awesome if they kept him dead. I mean, really. Killing off the main chara in the first few chapters/episodes? That takes balls. Then the rest of the series could be how Mikasa goes batshit on the Titans for revenge or something. Single-handedly wipes them all out. She could do it.
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Meh...it usually depends on the spoiler. It's why I never finished Clannad After Story after investing my time in the original. You can say I can just forget it, but not everyone can intentionally forget things, especially those who have great memories.

Even if I continue watching it...most people would say that the ending of Clannad After Story was one of the saddest and most impactful things they have seen...and having all of that kinda ruins the moment i was having at the time just starting into the 4th episode. It's not like I wanted to hear what the spoiler was, but friends can be so excited when talking about things.
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Why do people even consider quitting a series when they think the main character dies early? Anime NEVER EVER DOES THAT, that shit just doesn't happen, so aren't you curious about why or how? It's beyond my comprehension as to why anyone can possibly dislike it, because that kind of twist is supposed to skyrocket the amount of entertainment.

Such a amazing anime dropped because of something like that, i don't even know anymore. I'm in pain right now
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I don't mind getting spoiled about minor stuff unless it is a big game changing plot twist or event. Especially if that kind of thing is shown on a trailer or preview. For example, one trailer for the English release of Dangan Ronpa showed a scene that happens very late in the game at the very start of the trailer. Specifically,
. Fortunately I watched the trailer after I finished the game.

About that twist about Eren, when I watched it the first time, I was surprised to be honest. It helped that I avoid going to any discussions talking about the show. Now, it seems impossible for most first timers to not be spoiled by that unless they avoid any SNK/AOT related stuff. Even the first manga volume of Attack on Titan kind of ruins that twist by including an interview which features questions relating to that. Though the twist is revealed at the end of Vol.2, it still kind of dampens it for the first timers that didn't watched the entire anime first.
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Well still watch it, even if you know a spoiler. You're missing out on an anime that has been praised as one of the best of it's time. Besides, there's so much that goes on in the show that knowing one spoiler won't really bother you.
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Posted 5/7/14

Sacae89 wrote:

People really have to think of the logic of main character dying so early.

Like really you can't imagine him coming back?

How often do main character die so early?

It goes against his name of main character.


George R. R. Martin probably would like to have a word with you.
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