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About pik3rob

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  1. I'm the opposite. I disliked it so much that I can't forget it. I think it was 30% his bad decisions at most. Most of it is that Slaine in S1 at least has some of the worst luck I've ever seen. In S2 he gets better since he starts to grow past his whole princess infatuation. That's definitely a better way of putting it
  2. I actually think Slaine became even better in the second half. If I try, I can actually come up with a convincing argument as to why he was actually a good guy there. The only reason he ended up being the "bad guy" is because the ending fucked up everything and ignored any type of realism. I think that's probably the point, but it doesn't make it any less frustrating. The worst offender is probably the protagonist who is one of the most boring I've seen in a while.
  3. The only difference is that Aldnoah had at least one interesting main character to cling onto (Slaine), but in ReCreators there is nobody.
  4. I watched about a quarter of the first episode of Hand Shakers, and yeah, it's atrocious. The visual direction is probably among the worst in the industry, and it overall does not look to be a very good show. It just seems bad. But just being bad does not mean something is worse than Masamune-kun. I see myself not liking Hand Shakers, and easily giving it a score below a 3/10, but Masamune-kun is a show that actively frustrated me every single chance it got. Everything in that show was so frustrating that it's on a completely different spectrum of bad as Hand Shakers.
  5. I didn't even watch that because my intuition told me it'd be terrible. But I doubt I can hate it more than Masamune-kun. I probably hate that show more than anybody else in existence. I've actually personally wrote an 8500 word essay on why I hate it so much.
  6. This season is pretty shit tbh, especially compared to last season. Sakura Quest is currently the only show of the ones I've watched that I have high hopes for. The only other one I see being really good is Tsuki ga Kirei, but even then, I have my doubts that it will be. This applies to Alice to Zouroku as well. Eromanga-sensei and Rokudenashi look like they'll be fun at least, but we haven't seen enough of the cast in Eromanga, and Rokudenashi is being carried by it's protagonist. Renai Boukun is currently sitting as the worst of the worst of the season. So unfunny, and so lacking any level of creative drive that I can't bear to watch it. But I guess I can survive this show. I mean, I survived Masamune-kun from last season, so I can survive pretty much anything now.
  7. Personally, Konosuba S2 is severely disappointing in comparison to Season 1. It's become a bit too mean spirited, and the jokes and characters are beginning to get tired and predictable. Akiba's Trip The Animation on the other hand is A+ stuff though. It's so idiotic, and is so on point with it's parodies that it's become the comedy of the season for me.
  8. Looking at the amount of votes, it's way lower than the last poll. As far as I'm aware, the last poll was more accurate, and I'm not just saying that because Kazuko was ranked higher, with her being the most popular of all the original heroines.
  9. The anime wasn't bad. It changes up a few things, but they're not major. Anime kind of rushes stuff though and removes some content (such as a lot of the romance). Not too bad of an anime, and it brushes upon most of the key plot points from all the routes, except Isara's, which is almost entirely forgotten in the anime. I watched it right after I finished Koichoco, and I had no problem with it.
  10. Yosuga no Sora. There's barely anything wrong with it in my eyes. The drama was never complicated enough for me to feel like it was overdone, the incest was handled very well, they actually incorporate the sex into the plot, and I like how they use the omnibus format to shed light on other arcs, rather than have them not be connected at all. It easily gets an 8/10 from me.
  11. MGRP is great. I was originally kind of bored with it, but it's gotten a lot better lately. It's very unpredictable with who's going to die next and in what order. People just kind of die at moments where you wouldn't expect them to, and I love it for it, since it helps keep things interesting. I have a few faults with it, but they're entertaining faults, so I still get a lot of enjoyment out of them. Alice is best girl by the way, she literally has done nothing wrong and despite how she's supposed to seem creepy, she's actually really sweet in a strange sort of way.
  12. Emilia Best Girl. Rem<Ram. Down with Rem.
  13. I believe the author actually wrote that somewhere. They end up happy. It isn't interesting at all. Subaru shouldn't lower his standards like that.
  14. Code Geass doesn't need any more seasons. This sucks since it essentially proves the fan theories of Lelouch being alive right. I don't like it when people in severe denial are proven right. Welp, at least we get more of Best Girl Kaguya. We get a new Gintama season announced every year, so it's not as hype.
  15. Not like she has competition. Who's going to compete with her, Rem? LOL, get that cuck who's pretty much there to suck the MC's dick out of here.