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Posted 1/13/18 , edited 1/14/18

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So I'm not sure if this is the right place, but has it been confirmed that Netflix is going to stream the new season?


I would wager so since that's where it is at here in Japan

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Posted 1/13/18 , edited 1/14/18

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YatoSwagneel wrote:

So I'm not sure if this is the right place, but has it been confirmed that Netflix is going to stream the new season?


I would wager so since that's where it is at here in Japan



Thanks!
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Just to note, its being streamed everywhere but US, so if you have netflix on US, we dont get it. Yams not in the states so he gets it lol.
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Ok where do you guys see this ... i mean i am from outside of US and dont see this on Netflix at all ... and i asked a friend that lives in Sweden and another in Finland and the same goes for them ... How is that dude seeing that on netflix ?
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Ok where do you guys see this ... i mean i am from outside of US and dont see this on Netflix at all ... and i asked a friend that lives in Sweden and another in Finland and the same goes for them ... How is that dude seeing that on netflix ?


He's in Japan.

And Netflix is a tease. They had Seven Deadly Sins front and center when I logged in today, but no season 2 (I'm in the US).
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Posted 1/14/18 , edited 1/14/18
Sorry for any confusion with my earlier post. I did state that this was in Japan though.



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It's back!

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They added power levels which is kinda boring, now people will compare characters and calculate who is the strongest, then power ups will X the amount power Y if the sun is aligned with by P then it can one hit smash the red devil with 1gazillion TNT.

The first episode is decent, hope it will get better from here. Does anyone know if the Manga showed power levels? If so then I shouldn't complain if they follow the source material, but I hate to put a measurment on someones power. Like Akira Toriyama (DBZ creator) says in many interviews, it's useless to rely on power levels, he made it so the viewers have it easier understanding strength and titles etc. All in all power levels is a complete waste of time.
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They added power levels which is kinda boring, now people will compare characters and calculate who is the strongest, then power ups will X the amount power Y if the sun is aligned with by P then it can one hit smash the red devil with 1gazillion TNT.

The first episode is decent, hope it will get better from here. Does anyone know if the Manga showed power levels? If so then I shouldn't complain if they follow the source material, but I hate to put a measurment on someones power. Like Akira Toriyama (DBZ creator) says in many interviews, it's useless to rely on power levels, he made it so the viewers have it easier understanding strength and titles etc. All in all power levels is a complete waste of time.


It does have power levels, but they're less intrusive than DBZ. Power levels are used to give context to things and are explicitly stated to fluctuate depending on mental state and not being a good indicator of who would win a fight unless they differ by magnitudes. They're a way to show comparative strength without wrecking the entire country or worfing everyone.
Plus there are certain things that will affect characters regardless of any gap in power level.

As for sun...


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Also, as for the power levels thing, Nakaba Suzuki was a huge fan of Akira Toriyama. His first manga he bought and read was Dr. Slump. He also worked as an assistant to Mr. Toriyama. So, I am sure that is a big reason why he brought it into his own series and why the art style is quite similar.
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ItsMeD10 wrote:

They added power levels which is kinda boring, now people will compare characters and calculate who is the strongest, then power ups will X the amount power Y if the sun is aligned with by P then it can one hit smash the red devil with 1gazillion TNT.

The first episode is decent, hope it will get better from here. Does anyone know if the Manga showed power levels? If so then I shouldn't complain if they follow the source material, but I hate to put a measurment on someones power. Like Akira Toriyama (DBZ creator) says in many interviews, it's useless to rely on power levels, he made it so the viewers have it easier understanding strength and titles etc. All in all power levels is a complete waste of time.


It does have power levels, but they're less intrusive than DBZ. Power levels are used to give context to things and are explicitly stated to fluctuate depending on mental state and not being a good indicator of who would win a fight unless they differ by magnitudes. They're a way to show comparative strength without wrecking the entire country or worfing everyone.
Plus there are certain things that will affect characters regardless of any gap in power level.

As for sun...




I noticed that you and another guy mentioned nations and that you both can't find the series on Netlix. I randomly found the series airing on this site, don't know if you are allowed to link stuff here but whatever ( No, it's not allowed to post links to illegal streaming sites - mod )

When watching a fight it's boring to have any kind of number wandering about measuring your strength unless it serves a purpose like SAO, Dan Machi, series with a video games or something similiar (but even then they tend to ignore the power levels). For us humans power levels show us what we need to improve our character into like, melee, range, healer and all that... because the system demands requirements for wearing a level 78 dragons tooth ring. All numbers are being held to (hopefully) reason, a certain limitation so you can't cheat the system made by the creator (programmer). Then when writers get lazy they implement "BADASS" moments where the Hero goes beyond the limitations of the system for plot convenience (Kazuto Kirigaya not dying because "willpower" bs). It's fitting for kids, it just sounds kewl to say "strength over 9000" cool for kids, a running gag for those who grow older from it.

I'm not bashing on the Power levels system, it could be very funny at times, but not more than that, nothing serious. Imagine the scene with Uvogin fighting (there are more than one ye but you understand) and he mentions "THIS IS ONLY 10% OF MY FULL POWER" or any other character that uses percentage or any other value that does not define any definite number makes it more mysterious and interesting. What is his full power, how does he measure his power, what is power, does he change physically, you ponder about and get intrigued by the series. Why? becuase you don't know, you don't have any number to go on, no science bs to correctly calculate everything. There would be no Goliath vs David story, and that was as you stated: a fight where they differ by magnitudes (what is magnitudes? x10, x100?) A fight that also differed in magnitude Youpi vs Shoot in HxH, Youpi is a Fcking beast in power, but his mind was everywhere, whilst Shoot was calm and collected. That sequence was badass, and the power levels unknown, that made it so badass, you don't need to explain power levels: "fluctuate depending on mental state" it does not take much thinking to understand what a scene is supposed to show, it's holding value... When talking about fights! It's fighting, life or death, pride, honor and such. For other topics a narrator is needed if the producer wants the viewer to understand exactly what he wanted to potrait. A fight however should not need to explain itself, let the fists do the talking.

You also state that "They're a way to show comparative strength without wrecking the entire country or worfing everyone". You don't need power levels to show comparative strength, you look at past accomplishments. You don't judge a sharks ability to climp tries, or a baboons ability to swim when they could've just driven the boat on sees. Will Baboon win vs Shark on the beach, yes because baboon can throw things at shark, what can shark do? Flapp randomly? Will Shark win vs Baboon if baboon is stuck on a boat middle in the seas with no way to reach for help? Yes because shark does not fight and lets him die of starvation, or helps by dragging the boat to land. When just talking about raw fighting I see no point nor have I ever seen a fight where power levels are even neccessary to have because in the end we will ignore ignore ignore, til the smartass comes and talks about TNT levels and calculates bs. It's the writers duty to write a good story so a character will not "worf" or will "worf" other characters. Hellsing worfed everyone, was it boring? Hell Nah. Can it be boring when a characters worfs someone, hell yea, but that is the responsibility of the writer, producer.

If you feel numbers/power levels, are necessary for a show like Nanatsu no Taizai to show comparative strength, then we are in a disagreement. It might work for other shows, but not this one I feel.

If anyone wants to know where I watched it and where I will follow the series:
http://watch7deadlysins.com/nanatsu-no-taizai-season-2-episode-1-subbed/
http://watch7deadlysins.com/nanatsu-no-taizai-season-2-episode-1-subbed/
Do tell if there are any other better platforms, thanks (Y)

PS. Fun fact, as for the sun thing, I put it there randomly in that sentence because I saw the fight in a Manga fight clip on youtube, my subconscious activated
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LokiLB wrote:


ItsMeD10 wrote:

They added power levels which is kinda boring, now people will compare characters and calculate who is the strongest, then power ups will X the amount power Y if the sun is aligned with by P then it can one hit smash the red devil with 1gazillion TNT.

The first episode is decent, hope it will get better from here. Does anyone know if the Manga showed power levels? If so then I shouldn't complain if they follow the source material, but I hate to put a measurment on someones power. Like Akira Toriyama (DBZ creator) says in many interviews, it's useless to rely on power levels, he made it so the viewers have it easier understanding strength and titles etc. All in all power levels is a complete waste of time.


It does have power levels, but they're less intrusive than DBZ. Power levels are used to give context to things and are explicitly stated to fluctuate depending on mental state and not being a good indicator of who would win a fight unless they differ by magnitudes. They're a way to show comparative strength without wrecking the entire country or worfing everyone.
Plus there are certain things that will affect characters regardless of any gap in power level.

As for sun...




I noticed that you and another guy mentioned nations and that you both can't find the series on Netlix. I randomly found the series airing on this site, don't know if you are allowed to link stuff here but whatever: http://watch7deadlysins.com/nanatsu-no-taizai-season-2-episode-1-subbed/

When watching a fight it's boring to have any kind of number wandering about measuring your strength unless it serves a purpose like SAO, Dan Machi, series with a video games or something similiar (but even then they tend to ignore the power levels). For us humans power levels show us what we need to improve our character into like, melee, range, healer and all that... because the system demands requirements for wearing a level 78 dragons tooth ring. All numbers are being held to (hopefully) reason, a certain limitation so you can't cheat the system made by the creator (programmer). Then when writers get lazy they implement "BADASS" moments where the Hero goes beyond the limitations of the system for plot convenience (Kazuto Kirigaya not dying because "willpower" bs). It's fitting for kids, it just sounds kewl to say "strength over 9000" cool for kids, a running gag for those who grow older from it.

I'm not bashing on the Power levels system, it could be very funny at times, but not more than that, nothing serious. Imagine the scene with Uvogin fighting (there are more than one ye but you understand) and he mentions "THIS IS ONLY 10% OF MY FULL POWER" or any other character that uses percentage or any other value that does not define any definite number makes it more mysterious and interesting. What is his full power, how does he measure his power, what is power, does he change physically, you ponder about and get intrigued by the series. Why? becuase you don't know, you don't have any number to go on, no science bs to correctly calculate everything. There would be no Goliath vs David story, and that was as you stated: a fight where they differ by magnitudes (what is magnitudes? x10, x100?) A fight that also differed in magnitude Youpi vs Shoot in HxH, Youpi is a Fcking beast in power, but his mind was everywhere, whilst Shoot was calm and collected. That sequence was badass, and the power levels unknown, that made it so badass, you don't need to explain power levels: "fluctuate depending on mental state" it does not take much thinking to understand what a scene is supposed to show, it's holding value... When talking about fights! It's fighting, life or death, pride, honor and such. For other topics a narrator is needed if the producer wants the viewer to understand exactly what he wanted to potrait. A fight however should not need to explain itself, let the fists do the talking.

You also state that "They're a way to show comparative strength without wrecking the entire country or worfing everyone". You don't need power levels to show comparative strength, you look at past accomplishments. You don't judge a sharks ability to climp tries, or a baboons ability to swim when they could've just driven the boat on sees. Will Baboon win vs Shark on the beach, yes because baboon can throw things at shark, what can shark do? Flapp randomly? Will Shark win vs Baboon if baboon is stuck on a boat middle in the seas with no way to reach for help? Yes because shark does not fight and lets him die of starvation, or helps by dragging the boat to land. When just talking about raw fighting I see no point nor have I ever seen a fight where power levels are even neccessary to have because in the end we will ignore ignore ignore, til the smartass comes and talks about TNT levels and calculates bs. It's the writers duty to write a good story so a character will not "worf" or will "worf" other characters. Hellsing worfed everyone, was it boring? Hell Nah. Can it be boring when a characters worfs someone, hell yea, but that is the responsibility of the writer, producer.

If you feel numbers/power levels, are necessary for a show like Nanatsu no Taizai to show comparative strength, then we are in a disagreement. It might work for other shows, but not this one I feel.

If anyone wants to know where I watched it and where I will follow the series:
http://watch7deadlysins.com/nanatsu-no-taizai-season-2-episode-1-subbed/
http://watch7deadlysins.com/nanatsu-no-taizai-season-2-episode-1-subbed/
Do tell if there are any other better platforms, thanks (Y)

PS. Fun fact, as for the sun thing, I put it there randomly in that sentence because I saw the fight in a Manga fight clip on youtube, my subconscious activated ;)


I just want to say that in terms of the whole power level thing, it is not used very much, at least in the manga, and when it is done, it is used sparingly and used mostly as gag. Also I'm not sure if it's a good idea to post those links, but perhaps I'm wrong.
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Posted 1/16/18 , edited 1/17/18

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Also, as for the power levels thing, Nakaba Suzuki was a huge fan of Akira Toriyama. His first manga he bought and read was Dr. Slump. He also worked as an assistant to Mr. Toriyama. So, I am sure that is a big reason why he brought it into his own series and why the art style is quite similar.


I always did wonder why the art style reminded me of DBZ.


ItsMeD10 wrote:

I noticed that you and another guy mentioned nations and that you both can't find the series on Netlix. I randomly found the series airing on this site, don't know if you are allowed to link stuff here but whatever:


If it's not an official stream, which this link isn't, it can't be linked. At the moment Netflix is the only legal way of watching the series, but no one knows when they'll release the second season on their site.
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It really sucks that so many people can't watch right now. It's so good.

It's making a few cuts, but that is to be expected.

Every time I see Elaine and Ban my heart just hurts.

So glad to see the stuff with Diane and Liz though. The King x Diane dynamic is one of my favorite things in this series. Diane is best girl.
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