The only animated gifs I have a problem with are the Yatsufusa ones (especially the second one) because they flash too much.
Well, to be honest, Madara did enjoy fighting very much, as you can see after he was resurrected. Different mindsets yeah, but you could draw parallels in the ways they fought and their power levels in their respective universes.
But yeah, comparisons don't make much sense. You could say that Esdeath has similarities with Hidan because both are sado/masochistic and obsessed, albeit with different things, and both kill for pleasure.
Indeed, Madara only loved Hashirama, lol.
Lol, Madara was apparently so powerful that even Kishimoto had problems coming up with the way to get rid of him. And I guess we all know how that went.
I bet Izou would stick with any faction that allowed killing as he pleased, in a way he is on his own side.
You said it! I love how Ran had the impact on the story even though he is dead now - his investigation helped disband Wild Hunt, and now Wave wants to carry on his legacy.
I just tend to like the story itself, or the setting, not just characters. If I start disliking the direction of the story, I lose the interest. My favorite characters usually don't even have much screentime.
Otaku4469 wrote: I watch the series only because of Tatsumi not because of the girls themselves if he dies then so does my interest on the series in general because I like everything about him he is not your usual assassin.
Lol, if I had the same approach to all series that I've read, I would only be reading small chunks of each. I never understood it when people read the story for only one character.
My favorites always die, heh.
Either way, I like where the things are going with Tatsumi being fused with Incursio. According to the brief summary of the newest chapter,
"Tatsumi's body merged with incurso so he's kinda half incurso half human which is why the poison on the sword didn't kill him. But if tatsumi continues to use Incurso recklessly he'll get consumed by incurso, so his limit is 3-4 more incurso use."
It kind of intrigues me.
Maybe a sword or a blade type, since "katana" simply means sword anyway. Shamshir, for example, is described as "Curved Blade" Teigu. Actually, we should just check the manga and look for more descriptions.
I think we can indeed remove those types from the Teigu that weren't given any descriptions in the manga/anime, but also look out for the epithets that were actually given. I can't remember all of them, we might be missing some.
Though, I think we can leave the "Armor" type for Incursio and GC, since those are pretty obvious and not vague like "offensive" or "defensive". I doubt they even could be described as anything else. Also, one of the types that was clearly named in the manga would be "Organic".
I'm pretty sure those aren't official, only some of the Teigu were named "something Teigu" in the manga explicitly (like Mastema was called "Winged Teigu" at least twice, or Die Leaguer was called "Six-Orb Teigu" upon its introduction).
She was clearly stated to be still alive in the latest chapter. We don't make assumptions like "She will die anyway, so let's list her as dead!".
If you are going with the NR theme, we can use something like:
"First target" - for "Making a difference" with a scene from the assassinations of Ogre or Aria
"Fighting corruption" -for "Just the beginning" with Gebaze or Gamal's assassinations
"For the better future" - for "Making the mark" with, I dunno, Bolic (though the anime shortened it)
Basically using scenes with NR fighting their enemies. The Leader one can be Najenda. The Expert might be something like "Revolution!" with some scene from the last ep (maybe Akame and Najenda overlooking the Captal or whatever).
The picture-related achievements can be wanted posters. More later maybe.
Well as long as you put Ran on one of them I'll be happy >.>
Just kidding, nice work! I may come up with some scene ideas later.
I dunno, I'd rather my favorite characters died in meaningful ways than lived but did nothing. And by meaningful, I mean from the point of writing, not necessarily from an in-universe perspective. I wrote about the Jaegers' deaths that happened so far in the manga on a different site - they all had kind of symbolic deaths tied to their biggest desires. It's beautiful. They all were sad individuals messed up in one way or another, they all had paradoxical existences, they were all doomed (Wave is the only exception). There is beauty in meaningful tragedy. Tatsumi sacrificing himself for the greater good is quite fitting for his character, it was just somewhat ruined by the anime's overall pacing.
I'll leave it up to you guys, I'm bad with stuff like this.
Kuja9001 wrote: When was the anime confirmed to be canon?
In a Gangan Joker issue. The information came from people on /a/, apparently.