Post Reply You're the villain, but you root for the hero.
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Posted 4/13/15
I realized when watching the fight between Madara and Hashirama that I was rooting for Hashirama by a longshot, but upon reflection, I myself resembles that of Madara so much more in real life.
(Do not spoil naruto for anyone, I know there's a reason behind Madara's action, but it's strictly used as an example)

Have you ever felt like this before?
It's practically like rooting for the opposite team to win in spite of them being against you.
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Posted 4/13/15
This is a fairly common theme.A "worthy opponent" is necessary to produce a victory of glorious proportions.If you're into vintage anime check out "Legend of the Galactic Heroes".This theme is used like a sledge hammer throughout the series.
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Posted 4/13/15
It's an anime, dude. Lol the main characters are usually the fortunate ones who find their way. For the ones that don't, they just accept the negative things as the end result of reality, which is not true at all.
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Posted 4/13/15 , edited 4/13/15
If the contestants are good, I root for both to produce a great match.

For example, even though the outcome is predetermined, I really like how Dolph Ziggler go against Daniel Bryan. I don't care who wins. They are great workers.
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Posted 4/13/15
Madara is the hero though.
He's the only one who has found a way to end suffering, so the shinobi can stop enduring.
Hashirama has his head in the clouds. He may have maintained peace in his own lifetime but after he died everything went down the toilet, same with Naruto.
Madara is the only with a solution.
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