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Post Reply things i hate in anime...forgiveness.
Posted 2/13/15 , edited 2/13/15

xxJing wrote:

You should watch Psycho-Pass then. No one 'gets forgiven' in that series.

Argevollun was more of a political anime than anything else. I mean Tokimune becomes kind of irrelevant to the overall story after a while. There wasn't really any 'revenge' to be gotten perse. No one dies other than Tokimune's sister and that was before the series started, and she died because of malfunctioning technology. Sure what's his face blames himself, but it really wasn't his fault. He just felt guilty for being unable to save her. Although, yeah Argevollun was kind of underwhelming at the end, it wasn't a bad ending so much as it was kind of a bland ending. So you probably did right in dropping it.

Shonen series are typically about forgiveness though. It's mainly because the mangas for them are publicized in Shonen magazines and aimed for a 10-14 demographic. So they have to follow some moral guidelines that parents wouldn't get too upset about. You should watch Bakuman, it explains a lot of the politics and rules involved in the Shonen manga and anime business.


Sure because the 2 people who got shot in the end don't count as dead right or all the soldiers being kill right ?
Posted 2/13/15

Rundy33 wrote:

Romance triangles and love ones, its always the same damn result.
And teenage guys who act like they have never seen breasts on a female before, I mean seriously not even Japan is that introverted where a high scool guy would freak out from bumping into some chicks boobs.
Oh and everyones parents being 'overseas' in anime.
Or pretty much everything about SAO.

Thats all for me though.


Ah I'm a introverted and I don't react like that
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I guess the only trope that annoys me is every time a a guy and girl run into each other and they end up in the "69" position, i'm always like "Da Fuq?"
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KarenAraragi wrote:


xxJing wrote:

You should watch Psycho-Pass then. No one 'gets forgiven' in that series.

Argevollun was more of a political anime than anything else. I mean Tokimune becomes kind of irrelevant to the overall story after a while. There wasn't really any 'revenge' to be gotten perse. No one dies other than Tokimune's sister and that was before the series started, and she died because of malfunctioning technology. Sure what's his face blames himself, but it really wasn't his fault. He just felt guilty for being unable to save her. Although, yeah Argevollun was kind of underwhelming at the end, it wasn't a bad ending so much as it was kind of a bland ending. So you probably did right in dropping it.

Shonen series are typically about forgiveness though. It's mainly because the mangas for them are publicized in Shonen magazines and aimed for a 10-14 demographic. So they have to follow some moral guidelines that parents wouldn't get too upset about. You should watch Bakuman, it explains a lot of the politics and rules involved in the Shonen manga and anime business.


Sure because the 2 people who got shot in the end don't count as dead right or all the soldiers being kill right ?


If you are talking about Argevollun, that doesn't matter. It was bad guys who shot bad guys. No good guys really killed anyone. It was all hostile take overs and betrayals.

There was nothing like Tales of Vesperia, Psycho-Pass, or Hunter x Hunter where a rather morally good protagonist ends up intentionally murdering someone.
Posted 2/13/15

xxJing wrote:


KarenAraragi wrote:


xxJing wrote:

You should watch Psycho-Pass then. No one 'gets forgiven' in that series.

Argevollun was more of a political anime than anything else. I mean Tokimune becomes kind of irrelevant to the overall story after a while. There wasn't really any 'revenge' to be gotten perse. No one dies other than Tokimune's sister and that was before the series started, and she died because of malfunctioning technology. Sure what's his face blames himself, but it really wasn't his fault. He just felt guilty for being unable to save her. Although, yeah Argevollun was kind of underwhelming at the end, it wasn't a bad ending so much as it was kind of a bland ending. So you probably did right in dropping it.

Shonen series are typically about forgiveness though. It's mainly because the mangas for them are publicized in Shonen magazines and aimed for a 10-14 demographic. So they have to follow some moral guidelines that parents wouldn't get too upset about. You should watch Bakuman, it explains a lot of the politics and rules involved in the Shonen manga and anime business.


Sure because the 2 people who got shot in the end don't count as dead right or all the soldiers being kill right ?


If you are talking about Argevollun, that doesn't matter. It was bad guys who shot bad guys. No good guys really killed anyone. It was all hostile take overs and betrayals.

There was nothing like Tales of Vesperia, Psycho-Pass, or Hunter x Hunter where a rather morally good protagonist ends up intentionally murdering someone.


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When you go for revenge you need to dig two graves. - Enough said.
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I agree With what you are saying.
To a point, I simply feel Anime and manga needs more Yandere Girls. -_-



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Fist of the North Star my friend.

Kenshiro may forgive people for being evil, but that doesn't mean he won't still kill them for it either.
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It would have been more helpful if you could have given examples, and we could give counter-examples.
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