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"Life Changing" Anime?
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What i mean by this is, what anime made you view or see some things differently? It can be broad or direct, it doesn't matter. For me it would have to be Spirited Away, i have no idea why.
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Totoro. Now I aspire to be a roundish monster that lives in a tree and abduct small children, albeit temporarily.
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I only watch Naruto Bleach One Piece and DBZ, they all moved me.
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Hunter x Hunter (2011), it gave me my epiphany, cured my unstable state of depression, and reincarnated my love for anime. Without making this post too personal, it was a godsend <3

It was my reason for making this CR account, marathon'd all 94 episodes (at the time) in 3 lifeless days, I regret nothing
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My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU probably has the most insightful quotes and remarks I can think of in recent memory.
RWBY and Dead Fantasy made me re-imagine what a true fight scene is
Wasn't really a fan of Angel Beats, pretty average to me, but their remark on how reincarnation is worse than a heaven or hell was thought provoking
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Aria, it made me lighten up and go out of my way to be nice.
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MagnaAnima wrote:

Hunter x Hunter (2011), it gave me my epiphany, cured my unstable state of depression, and reincarnated my love for anime. Without making this post too personal, it was a godsend <3


Same here what an amazing anime.
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Hunter X Hunter
This is probably my favorite anime ever. Togashi's writing is godsend, and It had some remarkable quotes that were very thought provoking.

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Neon genesis Evangelion. Because it really presents a compelling case for the idea of individuality vs. instrumentality. And how being an individual is free and full of purpose yet can lead to misery. And how instrumentality is being all one whole truly happy yet never knowing where you begin or end thus lacking purpose and to a greater extent lacking existences.
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Ink-e wrote:

Totoro. Now I aspire to be a roundish monster that lives in a tree and abduct small children, albeit temporarily.

HAHA for some reason I am okay with that thought. :D
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Gurren Lagann.

I wasn't in no special state of mind, I was just watching some Anime. I had this habit of going around the PlayStation store and buying the first episode to shows that looked good.

Gurren Lagann was one, and it blew my family and I away. We were astonished! There is an anime that caters to every, single, need? Whaaaaat? It was when I realized Anime could contain everything you want, no half asses or bitter sweets.


Bitter sweet endings are for losers and bad writers. A truly good Anime will have our heroes go up against impossible odds, and somehow make it out. Not make it "barely" or cartoons "we won the battle but lost the war" nonsense.

I mean you go into the Demon Kings Castle to kill the Demon King and save the princess, you walk out with princess in arms, and endless treasure in tow. A friends safe and accounted for.

BUT IT HAS GOT TO BE TOUGH! THEY HAVE TO WILLPOWER THEIR WAY THROUGH. IM TALKING BEYOND THE IMPOSSIBLE HERE PEOPLE! THE UNPOSSIBLE ZONE.
Posted 7/6/14

littlemisslover wrote:


Ink-e wrote:

Totoro. Now I aspire to be a roundish monster that lives in a tree and abduct small children, albeit temporarily.

HAHA for some reason I am okay with that thought. :D


What? Wasn't that the main theme of the movie?
Posted 7/6/14

Ink-e wrote:

Totoro. Now I aspire to be a roundish monster that lives in a tree and abduct small children, albeit temporarily.


I second this.

I'm your die-hard fan, Totoro.
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Posted 7/6/14
Texhnolyze.
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Posted 7/6/14 , edited 7/6/14
I can't say that I am so mentally unstable that anything I watch would change my life in any way. If you have a life changing moment from a TV show, thats not a factual documentary that makes you go out and do something, you need help.
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