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Kurome will never ever be trusted. I hope her nightmares go on forever. Or hoping to see her and Wave be treated like a bunch of outcasts.
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This manga as a whole is craptacular if you ask me.

What a load of edgy shit.

I was kind of disgusted of what the rebels did to Honesty, despite him being a rapist, a murderer, and being responsible for the suffering of everyone in the land. I cannot really justify this cruelty as the paradigm of justice for am empire that views itself as such, especially when you are executing a child due to what can be amounted to "mob rule".



You sadly can only kill a mass murderer once. Better make sure it really counts. They could have done far worse to him.

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Posted 5/13/18 , edited 5/13/18

MeltingSky wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:

This manga as a whole is craptacular if you ask me.

What a load of edgy shit.

I was kind of disgusted of what the rebels did to Honesty, despite him being a rapist, a murderer, and being responsible for the suffering of everyone in the land. I cannot really justify this cruelty as the paradigm of justice for am empire that views itself as such, especially when you are executing a child due to what can be amounted to "mob rule".



You sadly can only kill a mass murderer once. Better make sure it really counts. They could have done far worse to him.



Not sure if they could, but perhaps the most nonsensical development was that assassins such as those comprising Night Raid had to be left out of history texts, while Honest's demise was carved into the annals of history, the fundamental premise having stated that future generations cannot learn of the surreptitious methods the revolutionary army employed to undermine and usurp the empire.

Which reeks of an asinine attempt to draw sympathy and tragedy from the readers via martyrdom, as much as Leone's death was. I am struggling to comprehend any legitimate logic that would make either actions reasonable. I am under the impression that there is no possible explanation, other yet another sophistric attempt to play on yet another tear wringing turn of events.

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Posted 5/13/18 , edited 5/14/18

PeripheralVisionary wrote:


MeltingSky wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:

This manga as a whole is craptacular if you ask me.

What a load of edgy shit.

I was kind of disgusted of what the rebels did to Honesty, despite him being a rapist, a murderer, and being responsible for the suffering of everyone in the land. I cannot really justify this cruelty as the paradigm of justice for am empire that views itself as such, especially when you are executing a child due to what can be amounted to "mob rule".



You sadly can only kill a mass murderer once. Better make sure it really counts. They could have done far worse to him.



Not sure if they could, but perhaps the most nonsensical development was that assassins such as those comprising Night Raid had to be left out of history texts, while Honest's demise was carved into the annals of history, the fundamental premise having stated that future generations cannot learn of the surreptitious methods the revolutionary army employed to undermine and usurp the empire.

Which reeks of an asinine attempt to draw sympathy and tragedy from the readers via martyrdom, as much as Leone's death was. I am struggling to comprehend any legitimate logic that would make either actions reasonable. I am under the impression that there is no possible explanation, other yet another sophistric attempt to play on yet another tear wringing turn of events.



Give the people a rusty spoon, a soldering iron and a blow torch as the only tools they are allowed to use and allow no single individual to carve off more than ounce of flesh at a time. Give the guy an IV and adrenaline shots to keep him kicking longer.

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Posted 5/13/18 , edited 5/13/18

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PeripheralVisionary wrote:


MeltingSky wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:

This manga as a whole is craptacular if you ask me.

What a load of edgy shit.

I was kind of disgusted of what the rebels did to Honesty, despite him being a rapist, a murderer, and being responsible for the suffering of everyone in the land. I cannot really justify this cruelty as the paradigm of justice for am empire that views itself as such, especially when you are executing a child due to what can be amounted to "mob rule".



You sadly can only kill a mass murderer once. Better make sure it really counts. They could have done far worse to him.



Not sure if they could, but perhaps the most nonsensical development was that assassins such as those comprising Night Raid had to be left out of history texts, while Honest's demise was carved into the annals of history, the fundamental premise having stated that future generations cannot learn of the surreptitious methods the revolutionary army employed to undermine and usurp the empire.

Which reeks of an asinine attempt to draw sympathy and tragedy from the readers via martyrdom, as much as Leone's death was. I am struggling to comprehend any legitimate logic that would make either actions reasonable. I am under the impression that there is no possible explanation, other yet another sophistric attempt to play on yet another tear wringing turn of events.



Give the people a rusty spoon, a soldering iron and a blow torch as the only tools they are allowed to use and allow no single individual to carve off more than ounce of flesh at a time. Give the guy an IV and adrenaline shots to keep him kicking longer.



It depends on the technology available; even then, Honest was actually a Rakshasa demon (Or trained with them, depending on what makes a Rakshasa Demon A Rakshasa Demon. We never saw Honest bodily manipulate himself.) , and had superhuman durability to lethally deal damage to Leone, which was noted to have kept him alive for as long as it did. We never see what was actually did to him, beyond people forming a line and lopping parts off, from his genitals to his foot or otherwise.

Whose to say they didn't go all out?
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I still dislike this series, especially the sketchy, unrefined and forgettable art-style; everything about Akame ga Kill! was so overrated.
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Posted 5/17/18 , edited 5/17/18

KurtIrving wrote:

I still dislike this series, especially the sketchy, unrefined and forgettable art-style; everything about Akame ga Kill! was so overrated.


Everyone is entitled to an opinion, but yours is an unusual one in that the art style in this manga is generally viewed as one of its strengths. Usually people cry about the main characters getting killed off etc.

To each their own.

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