ANIME AVATARS!

Discussion in 'Forum Games' started by Qazplm601, Sep 20, 2014.

  1. Strikingwolf

    Strikingwolf New Member

    I started with Spice and Wolf or SAO (I regret every second) I believe
     
  2. the_j485

    the_j485 King of the Wicked

    I'd say that Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood is the best anime to start, but not really. It got my expectations way too high XD
     
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  3. frederikam

    frederikam New Member

    Sounds like you guys haven't watched Death Note or Re:Zero. Those two are probably my favourite animes. Kiznaiver is also pretty great.
     
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  4. the_j485

    the_j485 King of the Wicked

    I hear Death Note kind of stagnates or gets worse or something as it goes on, hence I've somewhat avoided it.
     
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  5. frederikam

    frederikam New Member

    I've never thought that myself but it's true that the first half of it is more intriguing. Intriguing would be the right word since it's kinda intriguing like a werewolf game :p
     
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  6. fowltief

    fowltief New Member

    I didn't feel any stagnation watching it. I still recommend it. My personal favorite is still code geass..very rare a show leaves me begging for more..

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  7. the_j485

    the_j485 King of the Wicked

    Ooh yeah. Code Geass was amazing.
     
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  8. LivingAngryCheese

    LivingAngryCheese Over-Achiever

    Mate, you're about 13, feeling old isn't a bad thing yet
     
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  9. pc_assassin

    pc_assassin New Member

    I cant like that one... I really enjoyed SAO! I know it had flaws but in my opinion it was a good show. Course that kind of a story is right up my alley but still....
     
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  10. NinjaEnergy

    NinjaEnergy New Member

    Hey, first part of SAO was good, at least for a newcomer. That second arc tho...

    But yeah. nowadays i would reccomend for sure DanMachi or KonoSuba over SAO for that kind of show
     
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  11. frederikam

    frederikam New Member

    I had the same experience. SAO was what really got me hooked on anime. But all throughout the second arc I wish they had continued the story of the first arc.
     
  12. NinjaEnergy

    NinjaEnergy New Member

    They rushed it HORRIBLY. Seriously, u have a 100 floors dungeon and just skip through them? So much potential wasted
     
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  13. Strikingwolf

    Strikingwolf New Member

    Two words: Log Horizon
     
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  14. pc_assassin

    pc_assassin New Member

    I have heard of it but never after telling of my love of SAO I might have to check it out now

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  15. frederikam

    frederikam New Member

    Log Horizon has been on my "watch later" list for a while. Probably about time I check it out.
     
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  16. Azzanine

    Azzanine New Member

    SOA lowered it's stakes considerably making the levels of drama feel off. Started in a medieval fantacy game where you could actually die. To one about fairies that has respawns.
    Also had a bit of that Japanese style oataku incest that keeps me away from The Irregular at Magic Academy. Even though I think SOA did the whole "not blood related so it's OK" thing.

    Log Horizon however doesn't seem to have as high a stake. It does the whole "Stuck in a game" trope much better, in SOA it's set up in such a way that they may as well just made it a full in fantasy story.

    On an unrelated note what's the deal with Fairy Tail? I seem to hear good things but I found the first episode to be rather rubbish. It hardly set up it's characters and seemed to be rushed.
    All I remember was two guys fighting then some badass king wizard mo fo vaporizes a little talking cat thing for wearing a cape, only to be killed by who I assume is the protagonist. It all happened so fast I couldn't care about what was happening to watch the next episode. Was it his pet? Friend?

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  17. fowltief

    fowltief New Member

    The incest did irk me Alittle in the irregular ( I don't think it was 100% related) but I enjoyed it up til the end which seemed rushed. I felt like they could of gone much further introducing the family and conflicts. Fairy tail and one price lost me. I'll stick to naruto.

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  18. pc_assassin

    pc_assassin New Member

    I enjoyed fairy tail.. The first episode did feel kinda disjointed yes but character development never really stops especially for natsu, his back story develops through the series. Only thing I didn't like about fairy tail is the random filler episodes

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  19. pc_assassin

    pc_assassin New Member

    Also I would recommend psycho pass to anyone that hasn't seen it

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  20. LivingAngryCheese

    LivingAngryCheese Over-Achiever

    Wait, @Strikingwolf didn't you used to have some rule that you had to have an anime avatar forever?

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