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2023.06.10 14:15 dankri Im having a hard time watching the anime.
So I started watching Bleach and right now Im at episode 217. But since Ichigo got into Hueco Mundo I have to force myself to watch it, because of the number of annoying characters. I enjoyed the fights and was excited for next episodes, but the moment the episode started with another Pesche, Dondochakka or Nel whining, screaming and so on I just turned it off and went to do something else. After I got through that are I thought that it would get better as those characters wouldnt appear that much. But I was proved wrong by the opponents for Yumichika and Kira. Especially seeing Yumichika's opponent makes me want to quit watching it just because he screams so damn much. So I just wanted to get this out and wanted to ask you what you think of the characters and how did you get through these arcs. Also will there be less of characters after this or is this just normal occurence?
EDIT: I got past the Charlotte fight and fights are definitely better as are the opponents.
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2023.06.10 11:58 sonofblkhawq Almost finished with Gundam Witch from Mercury and looking for non mecha recommendations.
Somehow I fell into the Gundam universe and recently finished all of the UC timeline and ended up watching The Witch from Mercury. And I’m really enjoying it. But I have three episodes left and looking for something new to watch that’s not mecha. I think I may be mecha out after finishing Evangelion and talking the Gundam universe.
But what I am enjoying in Witch from Mercury is the high school setting mixed in with the politics and even the slight business elements. The twists and turns and shifting allegiances keep me guessing and I’m hoping to find something else to stick my teeth into.
I’ve enjoyed Haikyuu, naruto shippuden, bleach. And recently finished cyberpunk edgerunners and Dorohedoro.
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2023.06.10 11:26 nocipopo A Drawing for every Episode of Bleach- EP1
I've never watched bleach in its entirety since I get burnt out and simply can't make it past certain parts. I read the manga up to mugestu and with the release of tybw I'd like to challenge my self to catch up while adding some spice to it. I will be drawing scenes from only canon and mixed canon episodes (unless this gets traction and people genuinely want me to do filler). Doubt I'll ever put more than 10-20 min into these since I don't wanna regret living. I'll try posting once a day, but to end my rant here is my frame or choice.
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2023.06.09 17:58 Megaton_Djang Discussion regarding how the show views lore/character scaling vs measurable presentation
So Chosen Undead vs Last Dragonborn is out and was a fantastic episode. Loved the outcome and I'm happy with the verdict. However, it has begged the question of what can and can't be counted that I would love to discuss with the people and maybe even the crew (I know they pop in from time to time). I mostly wanted to be able to temper my future predictions in addition to understanding how the show goes about filtering lore vs presentation.
CU vs DB is a good example of a large disparity between what you see happening and what is implied. Nothing in either series explicitly shows that CU gets uni scaling and DB gets multi, yet their lore does support those tiers.
However, in other instances such lore scaling has been discounted due to being inconsistent, whether it is in the episode or simply a belief held by the researchers but hasn't been in an episode yet. Such examples include Sonic not getting the Uni into Multi rulings via scaling to Solaris and the Time Eater and the lore surrounding them. Another is some not buying DMC's high end scaling.
I mostly ask, what is the line between "flowery language" and "concrete and usable"? Or what is the criteria for whether lore scaling is usable. Many RPGs like SMT/Persona, Final Fantasy, or Dragon Quest can jump in power because of lore. Anime and to a lesser extent cartoons are the same way. Characters from the Fate series can jump in power. From country level to as high as Multi. Magi characters too. One Piece, Naruto, and Bleach all have Planet level and higher arguments. How does the show decide what should and should not be counted from lore and character statements.
Hopefully this didn't come off as being a rant. I just wanted to talk about how the show might view the subject going forward. Going all in on lore like CU vs DB did can have the potential to sway a lot of verdicts for matchups and I find that interesting.
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2023.06.09 10:39 Secret-Key5126 i need a show that’ll bring back my passion for anime before i give up
i started anime in 2021 and completed both naruto and one piece by early 2022
this was a huge mistake, as now i’m yet to find an anime that’ll satisfy me like those two did so early after discovering anime
i cleared through roughly 20 anime since then, and my motivation to watch it has dipped
vinland saga and aot are the closest i’ve gotten to naruto and one piece
i tried bleach & black clover and couldn’t get past chapter 90 for either of them. can’t get past the first few episodes of fmab, one punch man, or dragonball. i have finished jojos, mha, jjk, hxh, death note, chainsaw man, + more
every time i start a new series i want/expect naruto or one piece, but the quality is just never there and it all seems like a cheap copy
i’d appreciate some recommendations of anime that could bring me back. i haven’t watched anime in over half a year and i don’t want to give up on it
i love adventure and hype fighting moments and don’t really like magic. the show can’t follow an episodic formula
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2023.06.09 07:40 Putridzzz Thousand Year Blood war Question
In episode 2, they said that Lady Halibel restored order in Hueco Mundo but i thought she was betrayed and killed in Bleach?
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2023.06.08 15:14 Stephanos_Ad_Litem Are you guys this excited about DanDaDan getting an anime adaptation ?
Because I, for one, am not really fond of the idea. DanDaDan is one of my favorite titles of the moment and it is mainly due to its art. The character design, the technic, the dynamism and the scenery are amazing. And I'm afraid that the manga gets a terrible adaptation.
Looking back at most anime adaptations, there have been midly to colossal letdowns, like Berzerk 2016 by example, but I've truly experienced the dissapointment feeling when they adapted the Baki series on Netflix. Going from some of most gorgeous and raw panels I've ever seen in a manga to the Netflix series has let me almost traumatized.
Then there was Shuumatsu no Valkyrie, there was also the One Punch Man Season 2, most of the episodes in One Piece (except the Wano Kuni arc) and its horrendous pacing (the Wano Kuni arc included), and even Blue Lock's anime drops the ball compared to the manga I'm reading right now. Funny thing is I realized I started to hate Fairy Tail (good ol' FT and the hate-wagon, I was young...) when I started to watch the anime.
Of course, we got some of the greatest anime adaptations ever this year with Bleach TYBW, CHAINSAWMAN, and what not... And sure, the seiyuu in Japan are god damn international treasures...
But most of the time, from one episode to an other, the quality isn't consistent, some character proportions are wacky, the pacing can be horrible, the soundtracks can be badly placed during a scene that really doesn't need one (I think by example that the Acro-Silky's flashback doesn't need any soundtrack at all, except for the final scene maybe.)
And I love DanDaDan too much. The manga is already a banger. I don't need an anime adaptation, let alone a lesser good one.
It really sounds like I'm becoming a manga elitist with growing-up.
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2023.06.08 07:07 TheShittingFart Actual Psychosis vs Anxiety with Psychotic Symptoms?
22M: There have been a couple times in my life where I have experienced psychotic symptoms, but I don't have a diagnosis. I have only been diagnosed with anxiety, which happened after an episode I had when I was 17. Basically, I had somewhat of a psychotic break where I became delusional and I was extremely scared. I don't want to explain the details, because honestly it's embarrassing, but basically I was just pretty delusional and paranoid (it had no basis in reality). It peaked at the beginning of that night, lasted a couple days at least, and slowly went away over the course of a couple weeks. However, as with the other times this has happened (although, not to the same degree as the first), even though I fully felt the delusion, I knew that it was just that; a delusion. It was something I can only describe as being "almost psychosis", because there was still a part of me that knew I was not experiencing something that was real. That didn't make it feel less real, though. To be fair, I think my neurochemistry was super off because at that age, I was doing quite a bit of drugs. I have since been clean for probably 4 years now, though. I should mention that at the time this happened, I wasn't actually on anything.
Something similar happened when I was 21 (although to a less severe degree). One night I came home from work, (I had been completely normal for over a year at this point), and I had an insane thought that threw me into the first real mental break I'd experienced in quite a long time. I was drinking a glass of water, and my brain came up with the idea that I had just drunk bleach (wtf?). This spiraled so bad that I ended up at the hospital. This time, I experienced my mental break in a way where my thoughts were completely irrational and jumbled; the doctor said that I was experiencing something called Disorganized Thought Process, though I haven't experienced that since then. Basically, my thoughts felt like jumbled headphones, though it was weird because I could muster up sentences normally when speaking to someone, just the thoughts I had didn't make any sense. That was a horrible experience, yet it cleared up slowly within the course of about a month. It's very confusing to me though because for one, that came out of absolutely nowhere and two, why am I not experiencing that anymore? None of it makes any sense, and in a way I'm constantly in fear of experiencing things like this again because of how they just suddenly appear without anything that seemed to cause it.
After all this time, I still experience random bouts of paranoia, although I can go through very long periods of just feeling literally like a normal person. All of my symptoms, which seemed to have been caused by my drug abuse in my youth mixed with a mind that was somewhat fucked up due to my childhood have gotten quite a bit better over time. This happened with quite a lot of therapy, a low-dose of SSRI, a low dose of Abilify for a few months after these "episodes", and quite a lot of patience. I've honestly come a very long way from where I was. I don't feel like these symptoms are normal though, and it doesn't feel right to say this is "drug-induced" because I haven't gotten high in 4 years. I'm still a social guy, I have no "negative" symptoms, as you call it. I don't believe I am cognitively impaired, as I'm a very organized and clean and I'm stable enough to be doing pretty well in a STEM field at my college. I'm totally normal when I'm normal, and I actually am a pretty happy person. But sometimes I literally do have psychotic symptoms that come to the surface and I don't know what to do about them. A couple times, as I wrote above, this incredible amount of stress has led to a mental break. However, I don't feel comfortable calling it psychosis (even though I experience some psychotic symptoms) because I was aware of what was happening to me. I've never hallucinated or heard voices, but I do experience paranoia that's abnormal for the context and sometimes I even think that it's somewhat of a delusion. I think that everyone experiences paranoia sometimes, but to me it's abnormal when a suspicion(which is normal) becomes something that you actually take to be true in spite of not having any evidence for it(not normal).
Basically, I really need some help in the form of advice. I don't know what's wrong with me, as my nurse practitioner keeps saying that this is part of my anxiety disorder. There were times where I actually was experiencing psychotic symptoms, although not full-blown psychosis as far as I'm aware, and that's not "just anxiety". What do you guys think of what I just said? It feels great to get it off my chest and put it into words, because I don't talk about it with a lot of people because who even would understand that. Thank you if you read all of it.
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2023.06.08 04:03 Own_Swordfish938 Saddest moment in bleach to me
To me fulbring arc have always been the saddest in series, and best part is it's extremely personal reason and don't have much to do with character arcs or their sad moments. Throughout the 300+ episodes of show I had fallen in love with ichigo and all the characters, it was a classic battle shonen and I throughly enjoyed all of it including fillers. But as i watched fulbring arc; I saw the time skip and saw Ichigo was about graduate school, about to entire boring world of adults with no super powers but everyday chores and office work, a sudden sense of reality hit me I was finally able to see ichigo as a real human in a sense to whom I could relate since It was my graduation days aswell.
Since then ichigo have went back to his shonen self and things are back to normal but whenever someone mention fullbring arc I can't help but remember that weird and melancholic feeling that have been imprinted on my memory. To me those few chapters of ichigo living like a normal human would forever be most profound, poetic and dare I say melancholic moments in all of bleach.
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2023.06.08 02:55 danamarie94 Why don’t they ever attempt to learn the language of their significant other?
CORRECTION: Why are there so many 90 Day Fiance Universe participants that don’t attempt to learn the language of their significant other? (acknowledging the people who do because there’s a lot)
I just finished the newest episode of LIP and April really irks me. She can’t communicate with Valentin‘s family and says “Si” to everything. She explains things in English as if they’re magically supposed to understand. She watched his grandma clean her hands with Lysol, and potentially pour bleach on plantains.
It’s madness to me how all these Americans on the shows typically are. They’ll say “we’ve been together for X amount of months and/or years”, but yet not once during the entire time did they learn the other person’s native tongue. I’m sure half of the relationships portrayed would see some improvement if there wasn’t such a language barrier.
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2023.06.08 02:21 jyuri4k Bleach Thousand Year Blood War Scenes from Episode 1-13on Bromide at 7 Eleven in Japan
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2023.06.07 23:55 tracy_neodia Luffy VS. Asta The fight dynamic & why I love it.
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This is something of a follow up to my previous post
, but it doesn't really necessitate a reading of that. I also warn this might come off as a bit Asta skewed but that's because less people are familiar with him.
The Asta dilemma.
A problem I tend to have, with any Asta matchup, is how his powers interact with Asta's Anti-Magic. He tends to either be fighting a magic user like Natsu, Naruto, or someone who doesn't let him use the ability at all, like Izuku.
And no I'm not saying that Anti-Magic is an instant-win button against those characters and obviously he can still clearly beat someone like Izuku just fine.
But I think it either leans the fight dynamic toward Asta or away from him by taking away a core function of his powers.
Would Anti-Magic work on Haki?
The short answer is yes.
Both Haki and Mana are described as spiritual energies that exist in all things.
There is no fundamental difference between Mana and Haki, and things like Chakra from Naruto and Reishi from Bleach, even if their applications are pretty different.
There is no real reason it is called Magic, it's just stylistic considering the medieval fantasy inspiration of the series. The naming of these shonen power sources is almost always pretty arbitrary.
This concept actually exists in both series, with Skypiea calling Observation Haki 'Manta', Wano calling Armament Haki 'Ryuo', and Hino calling Mana and Magic 'Yoryoku' and 'Yojutsu' respectively.
So why is Luffy any different from other Asta matchups?
The main reason is how Haki fundamentally works. It's a far more physical power source than something like Chakra or Reishi. So what does that mean? Well, for example, if Natsu were to shoot a fireball at Asta, he could just swipe it away or turn his sword around and reflect it. And to me, that sounds pretty one-sided and unfun, even if there are some ways around that.
But Haki is different. Haki coats your body, or is otherwise internal.
Asta's blades work as blunted against non-magic (Haki in this case) targets. But, in this case, say if Luffy was to use Armament Haki to block a strike from Asta... well... it wouldn't. Actually, Armament Haki makes him more receptive to damage, Asta would simply cut through it like butter. Isn't that a fascinating twist on a Luffy fight?
(edit: they can
cut physical things, i was kinda vague on this, but they are very dulled and rusted. there's a reason he only consistently cuts with demon-slasher because its the only pristine sword. they can cut other things but are often effectively blunted due to how dulled their edges are.)
That twist alone makes this pretty engaging; Asta is not disabling Luffy's Haki nor is he negating it's use, simply making it far riskier to use. And this isn't just a disadvantage for Luffy, Asta deals less damage against Luffy, who is resistant to blunt force attacks, would take less damage from Asta's swords normally. This interaction goes both ways, and both need to use their abilities carefully to make up for that fact.
Luffy can't rely on his Armament Haki for free extra damage, but can
still use it since it's not like Asta resists the offensive benefits of them. He could still easily get overwhelmed by Luffy's quick strikes or Armament Emission.
Also, just like Quirks, Devil Fruits are biological changes to the user and not an energy source like Haki. So Anti-Magic wouldn't work on them.
The fun stuff.
So lets talk about the actual fight. This will be a lot more rambley and just going point by point.
It's pretty basic in terms of progression, both use their base forms for a bit, use their crazier techniques, then Gear 5 VS. Devil Union.
I think a part where Luffy grows big with Gum-Gum Giant in Gear 5 and Asta compensates by increasing the sword of his swords to match, like that one scene in Ben VS Hal.
Imagine that but with giant Luffy and giant Anti-Magic swords, except a bit more prolonged.
Also I think an obvious gag scene for when Luffy first goes into Gear 5 is him stealing Asta's swords and juggling them like carnival pins.
Plus something where Asta uses his swords dual-wielding plus one in his mouth and Luffy going "Shishishishi! You look like Zoro!" is a must.
A scene where Asta just keeps getting overwhelmed by Luffy's fists coming at him from different directions and blasting him with Haki before sensing his Ki and sticking him with one of his swords, stopping the flow of Haki, and using that chance to get close I think is a good representation of how risk-reward that interaction of powers can be.
Also, Asta has gotta be frustrated with hearing "Gum-Gum" at some point. Like Kaido or in his DB episode against Izuku. It's just peak comedy to me.
read black clover. is good
2023.06.07 18:04 M0NG00SY Thank you to Patrick and Charlotte
Thank you for sea voyages that you sent me on for the many episodes. Adding ship wrecks to my bountiful useless knowledge index I have. For that I say thank you one last time. May your bones bleach in these sands
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2023.06.07 17:16 SubManagerBot Incomplete and Growing List of Participating Subreddits Thread 2
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2023.06.06 15:13 maggot134555 My Favorite WAIFUs
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2023.06.06 03:19 Iworkformycat27 90-Day Fiance: Love in Paradise, Mama Said Knock You Out
In Sharp Entertainment’s latest dra-ma, the only show with more trainwrecks than the Purge on the Isle of Sodor, 90-Day Fiance: Love in Paradise, we see our protagonists- doing uncoordinated activities, will they do coordinated ones next week or, will my opener once again outshine the entire paragraph? Kill that helicopter first, he’s a dick.
April and Valentin
April is going to cook at a poor person’s house, April is going to clean the poor person’s house- whether they like it or not, where did Valentin go? Is he cheating on her with this “personal training client”, who’s going to translate for April? And tell her she’s way overdressed for this?
Valentin’s mom is very impressed that April gave her cleaning supplies, that go on your hands? Is contact dermatitis an American delicacy, mind if we bleach these plantains? You must stare at the Plantains until they boil!
And April does, she literally has not peed on 8 hours, she has been sitting in her princess chair staring at knock-off bananas, for 8 hours, at least they’re not people. But now that the people are here, where is the bathroom?
April is very impressed with the bathroom setup, she has to dump a bucket of water down the toilet to, she lied, she can hold it. Valentin is annoyed at April for her snooty rich person, I don’t want to be poor in the Dominican Republic behavior. The nerve, how very dare, can he have some money?
Lidia and Scott
Lidia is hurt and embarrassed, she is crying, is this what Chantel felt like? She has to be strong, like Chantel, things happen for a reason, like Chantel, she has to put up with her man leaving her out of nowhere like- you get, Lidia feels bad. She needs emotional support, from family.
Scott is proudly working out in the world’s smallest hotel gym, preparing to end things on a good note with Lidia. Lidia tells Scott that he is a bastard man, who should have stayed home, Scott thinks this isn’t true, also this is all Lidia’s- kawkaw? What was that? It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s- Stone Cold Steve Austin’s theme music in Spanish!
Nicole is here, is she the first entrant in the Feminist Royal Scott Sucks Rumble? It’s the translator, she’s, she’s just standing, cancel the action figures, keep the T-Shirts, Dominican Shiny Charizard can be a thing a TikTok. Did we make a prototype of the Chantel action figure that say “Bitch Ass Slut Ass Whore” and has karate chopping Pedro action, Karen’s had so many hats.
Nicole literally rolled out of bed and came here, to destroy this man, you couldn’t learn Spanish! Be a good man! I was right! Nicole uses dragon breath on the liar, the bad man- who she met through her, Lidia deserves love, and Scott deserves Fire Spin.
Nicoles tells Scott that he is a sugar daddy, his ex is using him for money, and don’t you bring up Alejandro! You roided up Groundhog, who clearly doesn’t have any anger issues. This is why Nicole wore a shirt that blends in with the wall, she had to sneak up on him to get the truth!
Scott says that he’s being slandered, but if Nicole says someone is using you for money, is that a bear, it’s crouching down, it looks tense and there, there goes, the bear had Taco Bell, look, Scott is being used- how much Taco Bell did this bear have?
Juan and Jessica
Juan and Jessica take the children to the zoo, which one are they leaving there? The one that gets out of the snapping turtle enclosure, it’s, it’s a chase, do you have jaguars? Juan has a talk with the boys about the baby, they think it’s too soon, and that this was a trap, but hey, it’s cool now, why do those Spider Monkeys have spiders and why are they looking at us?
It is now Juan’s turn to face certain death, answer for his crimes, I mean, Jessica’s friend asks him about the cheating incident, which probably, or may not have, was I the cynical one? Am I not qualified to work for the FBI? Jessica’s friend is, she went through social medias! And- it probably did happen, I also have doubts, but not threats, the cows will moo and shit over your grave.
Valentine and Carlos
Gay Colombian Jesus is having a rough time, he had an entire life planned with Valentine, and Valentine, is clearly suffering more- he has to tell his mother that the wedding’s off. And she is, shocked? Carlos is clearly the bad guy, he, talked to a woman, he isn’t, who is the mature one? Wait, isn’t Valentine polyamorous? Is he a narcissist…
Look at that bear shitting in the woods, it is nature’s vegan toilet. Any raccoons out here? I want to pet one and try not to get rabies. Would it pose for the new subreddit logo? We are the unofficial…I do not have a problem.
I give this episode 3.9/5 stars, the highlight was, Nicole being a good guy? How- is that no, tell him to leave-
Archangel Gabriel: I am exorcising your Nespresso Machine!
Oh, thank you, isn’t that part of the charm though?
Archangel Gabriel: No.
Possessed Nespresso Machine: F*** the Police!
It says that every time I bring up matcha, anyway, Jessica’s friends gets a strong honorable mention for, threatening to murder Juan, it was very- the power of Christ isn’t working, try someone else, your eternal contract, if you damage it you’re getting me a new one!
And next week, there is damage, Ana’s true intentions are revealed, Everton blows off marriage, Jessica digs her pregnant “by accident” heel in and, we meet Michelle, that homewrecker! And- she actually seems really, maybe she’ll get a bad edit.
Is it making something, oh it’s piss, is it Italian piss, Italian piss is fancy, I hope that no one takes that out of context.
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2023.06.05 21:55 Otherwise_Possible2 What is the deal with fillers ?
When people evaluate an anime, i often hear : " This anime is good but there are so many fillers"
SO basically having fillers is viewed has a net negative in the general discussions (Naruto, Bleach).
But why ?
You can just skip them. What's the deal ?
This is like saying : I don't like this anime because of this one non-canon movie, WTF ?
To sum up : Fillers are just bonus episode that YOU CAN SKIP , so why is it a bad thing ???
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2023.06.05 08:44 TheAnimeeeFreak MT S2 is ranked #2 as Most Anticipated Summer Anime 2023 on MAL!
2023.06.04 16:37 Apprehensive_Main_47 WHAT NEW CHARACTER POEM DO YOU WANT HEAR????
For those who have read the Manga and collect the Volumes you know that each Volume has a poem, depending on which Character is the on the Cover.
And ONE of the BEST things of the Bleach TYBW is that at the end of a episode we get poems of characters at the end, from the Volumes for TYBW ARC. However, even better we get poems from characters who never had a Cover on Volume, such as Choijiro and Isshin.
Even characters who had a Volume Cover in the past Toshiro, Kenpachi and Kukkaku, have different poems.
For Example for Kenpachi:
Volume 13 THE UNDEAD:
"Every time we set aside our pride We take a step closer to the beast Every time we kill an emotion We take a step away from the beast"
TYBW Episode 8:
"Neither form nor soul shall escape my blade.
So which characters would you like see give a poem?
I like to see more Sternritter poems
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2023.06.04 10:51 exoticman888 What we could have got pacing wise
I just want to start out by acknowledging the fact that the anime can't get too close to the manga and the studio is trying to make money (and other things), the below is purely hypothetical.
If One Piece had the same pacing as Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War Arc (TYBW) :
One Piece animates roughly one chapter per episode on a good day and that ( to this day ) has gotten us 1064 episodes.
TYBW animates 4.7 chapters per episode which results in 1085 ÷ 4.7 = 231 episodes (rounded up), that means it would take you 5x less time to watch one piece. 231 episodes is roughly at the start of Water 7, so you could get to Wano in the time it takes to watch up to Water 7.
Saga comparison with this pacing (all of them rounded) :
East Blue Saga - 20 episodes opposed to 61 episodes
Alabasta Saga - 23 episodes opposed to 74 episodes
Sky Island Saga - 17 episodess opposed to 52 episodes
Water 7 saga - 28 episodes opposed to 110 episodes
Thriller Bark Saga - 9 episodes opposed to 45 episodes
Summit War Saga - 21 episodes opposed to 122 episodes
Bonus - Marineford would be 6 episodes instead of 33 episodes
Fish-man Island Saga - 11 episodes opposed to 57 episodes
Dressrosa saga - 30 episodes opposed to 168 episodes
Whole Cake Island Saga - 21 episodes opposed to 143 episodes
Wano Country Saga: 30 episodes (entire arc) opposed to the (current) 174 episodes
You can really see how the pacing deteriorates as we start with East Blue with the ratio being roughly 1:3, animating in TYBW is 3x faster compared to WCI where the ratio is 1:7, animating in TYBW is 7x faster.
Obviously this could never happen (hopefully in a remake) but what shocked you the most? The entire series being only 231 episodes? Or maybe how much a certain saga could be cut down?
Note: If you want to know how much a certain arc would be cut down in TYBW pacing just comment down below and I'll tell you, I didn't do arcs because that would make the post too long
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2023.06.04 10:44 Kalraghi Some More Korean-only References/Memes in Blue Archive
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Again, excluding already well known references in Global.
Below are mostly understood as memes only by Korean audiences. As always, take them just for fun. Part 1 is here
From the KR dub of 'Science Ninja Team Gatchaman'
\"I knew bro would come break us out!\" \"No, I've been captured as well\"
KR : \"I have been telling you before, Don't use such strong words. It'll only make you look weak. Remember what people say.\"
From 'Bleach', line of Aizen Sousuke
\"Don't use such strong words. It'll only make you look weak.\"
Not exactly Korean-only meme, but from Star Wars Anakin-Padme 4 Panel
KR : \"Positive, your question is substituted by Aris answer. Me Game Development Club\"
It's from Korean meme posts about Blizzard, more specifically Heroes of Storm
Simulating machine-translated announcement with intentionally bad English/Korean mix-up
Especially the part "your -- is substituted by --" became famous meme.
"Me Hello. My name is Alan Dabiri.
'H1eroes of the Storm' is our Masterpiece. This is proven by reddit review.
Game perfect in every way
But Korean heroes everyday complain?
'Hit Feedback' is not the point of Game. 'H1eroes of the Storm' won't be reviewed by 'Hit Feedback'
Korean heroes love 'Hit Feedback'? why? It's substituted by 'Hit Feedback' you experienced at your school.
Come to California if you love 'Hit Feedback' so much. I can punch your teeth out.
To all of you loving Heroes of the Storm, be grateful to us. and i also love the storm
Respectfully, Alan Dabiri"
KR : \"However, some snails with elements will reflect all attacks unless you attack them with right element, it's R.E.A.L.S.U.P.E.R.H.A.R.D\"
It's from Korean comment about Undertale, which almost single-handedly ruined its reputation in Korea.
"Wow you knew Undertale! For those who don't know, Sans is Undertale's final boss and it's R.E.A.L.S.U.P.E.R.H.A.R.D. (Continued on the game's walk-through)"
(TMI : 1706 Likes are done after the comment was made a meme)
KR : \"Ah thanks. Of course this is reality. Normal-grade character Miko-sama picked for me... I'll raise it with care\"
Referenced KR meme line is "Taste of dung-pie Miko-sama gave me, I'll never forget!"
And it's originally from... a Miko eroge about scat. So I won't name it.
Most Koreans who know the meme don't know the origin either.
1q2w3e4r is the most infamous password known to be used widely in Korean military / Public services.
From Yuuka's Unique Gear story
Not exactly Korean-only meme again, but from Captain America meme of 'But it was fast'
Whole episode of Noa recording anything about Sensai, even Sensei's request for stop recording, is reference of record keepers in medieval Korean kingdom of Joseon. They were famous for recording anything, even something the king didn't want them to.
One famous episode was about a king who fell down from his horse, he was so embarrassed and requested his record keeper to not record what happened.
And modern Korean knows that episode by the written record of [King asked me to stop recording that he fell from his horse]
2023.06.04 10:22 SparkOfLore One Piece is not a good series
One Piece might possibly be the most overrated shounen series of all time. It's complete garbage, and Oda is not a good writer.
First off, the plot. The plot in One Piece is incredibly formulaic. Most of the arcs have the exact same structure to them. Go to an island, meet allies, split up, find out that the island is either being terrorized by a bad guy, or it's about to be taken over by a bad guy. Then, the straw hats have to battle against the bad guys. After saving the day, they feast and proceed to the following island, where the same thing occurs. The entire stretch from the Sabaody Archipelago to Marineford is the only part of this series where the plot deviates from this same formula. Other than that, most arcs adhere to the same pattern. The plot is largely devoid of any originality.
A few arcs in the series have little to no relevance on the overall story, and do little to help the Straw Hats accomplish their goals. Skypiea was almost completely filler, aside from the last part where it's revealed that Gold Roger went up there. The entire conflict with Enels regime and the Shandians was completely filler. Same thing with Fishman Island. The New Fishman Pirates are fodder filler characters, and the entire conflict revolving around them had zero relevance to the story. Given that they aren't even significant characters in the One Piece world, the Straw Hats defeating them didn't progress the story whatsoever. The arc had some relevant parts to it, but the conflict revolving the New Fishman Pirates was not one of them. Long Ring Long Land is another irrelevant arc, but that's not even worth talking about. There are probably more than 100 chapters/episodes in all three of these arcs combined. That many chapters with little to none story progression.
Now onto my second reason as to why One Piece sucks. It's terribly cliche and shallow. People frequently criticize Fairy Tail for having the power of friendship, however One Piece does the exact same thing. One Piece has an excessive quantity of plot armor and friendship power-ups. In some cases, the author writes himself into a corner and is forced to resort to deus ex machina to correct his error. For example, the end of the Enies Lobby arc. Even though it was previously established that the Going Merry cant set sail anymore, they somehow got saved by it during a buster call. Even though the Aqua Laguna was happening. Even though a random pirate ship shouldn't be able to sail directly towards one of the three world government powerhouses. This, as well as other comparable events frequently occur in One Piece.
The conflicts in One Piece are very superficial and cliche. Most of the villains are only evil for the sake of being evil. They pursue things like power and influence, which is extremely superficial and cliche. The conflict is extremely straightforward, as well as black and white. Once you can identify an antagonist as pure evil with no justifications for why he does what he does, that throws any hope of ethical complexity out the window. There is no sort of clashing of ideals in One Piece, and the characters are never placed into any sort of ethical dilemmas. Again, the conflicts are very straightforward, black & white. One side is objectively good, while the other is objectively bad. Because of the lack of ethical complexity, the character dynamic between Luffy and pretty much every villain is relatively simplistic and generic. This is very evident based on the lack of complex dialogue in the series. Why do you think the only thing Luffy said during Alabasta is "I'm gonna kick Crocodile's ass". Again, if there's no sort of ethical complexity then there's also no room for a clashing of ideals. At least Naruto and Bleach had some sort of ethical complexity regrading Byakuya Kuchigi and Pain. The ethical complexity lead to an ideological clash between Ichigo & Byakuya, as well as Naruto & Pain. One Piece has none of that. Ethical complexity is also a great way to develop characters, and force them to think more deeply/self reflect. Constantly putting characters in black and white conflicts is one of the main reasons the characters in One Piece never develop.
Next up, the characters. This is probably the worst aspect of this story. Lets take Luffy for starters. Zero character development whatsoever. He has no introspection. He has no psychological or ethical complexity. He has no internal characterization. He has no internal dialogue. Writing a manga for 26 years and not giving a single thought to character development is shockingly sad. Overall, I find Luffy to be an incredibly boring character. Besides all of the problems I just mentioned, he has one aspect about him that I absolutely despise. Almost every conflict he gets embroiled in has complexities that he is completely unaware of. He only gets engaged in conflicts when his friends are hurt, which is extremely superficial and cliche. In certain situations, even minor characters are more relevant to the conflict than him (Waiper, Vivi). I find it very weird how the protagonist, the most important character in the story, barely has any sort of connection to the conflicts of the story. His importance in the conflict is minor or sometimes even non-existent until his final battles, and most of the villains he fights have no idea who he is, or don't know much about him. Because neither of them knows much about the other, this results in a rather uninteresting protagonist/antagonist character dynamic. However, even if Luffy understood the nuances of the conflicts he's involved in, not even that would make him more interesting. This is due to the earlier statement I made about how the conflicts are quite simplistic, clear-cut, and devoid of any ethical complexity. As long as one side is objectively good and the other is objectively bad, the dialogue and character interactions between Luffy and the villains will always be generic. "I'm gonna beat your ass", "You hurt my friends", "You're a bad person". That's all it really boils down to, and that's all that it'll ever be.
All of the conflicts he's engaged in are never because he thinks it's the right thing to do to be engaged in these conflicts. It's never because his ideals differ from the villains ideals. He's always engaged into conflict because he just always happens to make friends with people who are on the morally right side of the conflict, and he makes those friends very quickly. That's bad characterization, and that's bad writing. That's a terrible way to make your main character get involved in conflicts. It's also the reason why we never see Luffy undergo any sort of moral reflection. When you're always placed onto the morally right side of the conflict by coincidence, then that leaves little to no room for moral reflection.
As for the other Straw Hats, all of them remain stagnant throughout the entire series. They are merely given tear bait backstories, and once that's over, they remain the same throughout the rest of the series. They're gimmicks have already gotten stale a long time ago. Brook has been making the same joke since he's been introduced. Same thing with Chopper, Franky, Usopp, Nami, etc. They've been acting the exact same way ever since they introduced. None of them receive any psychological or ethical complexity whatsoever. The lack of character development makes the characters so boring.
I have other reasons, but I'm not in the mood to type them out right now. I'll just summarize them quickly: terrible pacing, straw hats become side characters after the time-skip, ridiculously long arcs full of too many subplots, too many garbage arcs, and a few more I cant remember. Terrible series overall.
It gets insanely annoying when One Piece fans try to overcomplicate this series. I've heard people making the claim that Luffy is a complex character. Absolutely absurd. The people that make this claim obviously don't know what it means to be a complex character. A complex character would be someone like Toguro from Yu Yu Hakusho. Not only is he a psychologically complex character, but he's also an ethically complex character. That's a perfect example of a complex multi-dimensional character. One Piece has pretty much no complex characters. Again, if you want to see good writing, then read or watch Yu Yu Hakusho. Both of the major villains, Sensui and Toguro, are incredibly complex and well written. One Piece on the other hand has only one-dimensional villains. There's a very clear intellectual difference in Togashi and Oda's writing. One is better than the other. They're both intellectually dissimilar pieces of work.
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