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View Poll Results: C Episode 11 Discussion
5 out of 5: Loved it!
219 45.44%
4 out of 5: Liked it
126 26.14%
3 out of 5: It was OK
80 16.60%
2 out of 5: Disliked it
32 6.64%
1 out of 5: Hated it
25 5.19%
Voters: 482

08-06-11, 11:14 AM

Joined: Jul 2009
Posts: 1612
At the end of 11episode there was a person explaining sth to main character. Who was he?

I'm a student of international business so watching series about economy was NICE:D
I LOVED the fights!!!
Characters, art, story and music was SOOO COOOL!!!
9/10 only because of 11 episodes;(
It was WAY TO SHORT also fights were cut or not shown- IMO fights were AWESOME:D.

Giga''What's confusing is the ending. Kimimaro becomes ghost-like and he's unable to make contact with live people is what I'm getting the message? ''
It's because he saved future and give up his ''NOW'' in the opposite way to that guy which for money gave his future;] That's why Myasu was gone- she is his future and do not exist in present.

''How is Q his sister i thought his sister already died.''
As he entered financial district he lost some of his future-that was a life with his sister. So did main character with Myasu. In anime one said ''asets represent your future'' I quess lost one.

''What of Mikuni? Has he been wiped out of existence?''
As he said. I stay in present. So I qess he decided to live in not-changed by main character universe.

IAlready''I mean how can he invite Yoga if he is an invisible dude'' You forget that this dude with pink hair was invisible to rest of ppl so...''

''C'' to me represent CRYSIS in overall;]
Modified by batonik, 08-07-11, 4:13 AM
08-18-11, 12:40 PM

Joined: Dec 2009
Posts: 3439
The ending reminded me of Madoka ... weird but sad ... 8/10.
09-22-11, 4:42 PM

Joined: Dec 2009
Posts: 2200
Karasuchan said:
The ending reminded me of Madoka

But Madoka was 100 times better. I so regret watching C, for me it was damn bad.
09-24-11, 9:31 AM

Joined: Aug 2010
Posts: 417
Im keeping this at a 9/10 because I actually liked the ending and the whole series overall, I guess my only wish for the series is the fact that we weren't shown the future of Mikuni and others and that Yoga's alone-ish DX
Awesome that they actually brought back Masakaki and the "higher-ups" scene were quite well put though it leaves other open questions
YogaxMasshu finally wins
Oh Japan with Dollars is quite awkward .__.
09-30-11, 5:30 PM

Joined: Oct 2010
Posts: 753
That was a excellent way to end an anime. It was bittersweet as Kimimaro is on a present where he doesn't belong, but got a whole new bright future ahead of him.
I thought he was going to accept going back to the Finalcial District to see Msyu again, but I guess he knew better than follow a random impulse.
Too bad we could only see a couple of good episodes of good character interactions. Most of it was inner struggle (Good vs Bad) and that on excess is no fun.

Overall very good. I felt the introduction of characters took a little too long and some of the logic was rather contradictory but it was a dam good watch.
10-16-11, 6:59 AM

Joined: Aug 2008
Posts: 11
I must admit, the ending was rather confusing at first glance and it took me a bit of rewinding and googling to make sense of everything.

Thing's I've noticed/concluded:

-Yoga's father fought in the Financial District for his family's future (I think more specifically for Yoga's future which is probably why their assets look similar). However as for how Yoga remained unaffected from his father's bankruptcy I simply have come to the assumption that he may have found a way to minimalize the damage done to his son's future at the cost of his own life (and possibly his wife's life (Yoga's mother) as well).

-Masyu is Yoga's future (the anime seemed to hint that it's his future daughter who's yet to be born) and it seems that Yoga will possibly meet her again in the future when he has a family.

-Yoga is not a ghost and is still alive. The reason why "Hanabi" who was walking at the very end with all the little children didn't notice him was because it wasn't her. This is explained by the fact that Yoga stopped in his tracks when he was about to call out for her. This is also later reaffirmed by Masakaki who said "Upon seeing a caregiver that looks so much like the girl you were once fond of must make you think, "Ah, Maybe she's also off somewhere, enjoying a blessed future!"". This also hints at the fact Hanabi may still yet be alive somewhere and is living a good life.

-The house at the very end WAS Hanabi's house, however it's now occupied by some random family (Not to be confused with Ebara Daisuke's family as it's firstly not his house, the nameplate at the front of the house doesn't spell his family's name, and Ebara had 3 children (his wife being pregnant at the time) not 2).

-The Far East Financial district seems to have been sealed away (for the time being) until someone willing to start gambling their futures for midas money comes along again.

All in all, I found this to be quite an entertaining anime albeit it did seem a little rushed and compressed. The ending was very open ended and I must admit it wasn't very direct in telling the viewer what the hell happened after everything ended. However, looking at everything from the main character's point of view I can't help but just smile at how everything turned out in the end. It probably would've been a much better anime given the extra episodes, but in the end I thought it was a good watch for 11 episodes. =3
10-24-11, 10:11 AM

Joined: Jun 2011
Posts: 1156
Overall, the anime was quite good though it was pretty confusing throughout the series.

The kissing scene was badly made. Why they have to sensor it while brutal fights between Assets is OK? But Kimimaro x Msyu all the way~

Msyu vs Q was also good, can feel the intense when Msyu's Heated Economy was blocked by Q's Economy Blockade. As for Mikuni vs Kimimaro, their fight was also good, and I especially like it when Kimimaro crushed Mikuni's Direct with his own hand.

To sum up, it was fairly a decent anime for the year 2011, not the best but worth to watch~
11-10-11, 11:18 AM

Joined: Jul 2009
Posts: 2499
It seems to save both the present and future, one must pay the price of being alone. Some would, some wouldn't.
'Everything is impossible until proven possible.' - Me

11-14-11, 5:26 AM

Joined: Apr 2009
Posts: 862
Disappointing anime. Economics and magic just doesn't work. At least not directly. Madoka's ending work because the premise was based on magic. Higashi no Eden's ending also work because the solution, although not possible in real life, is at least 'believable'. [C] on the other hand brings about a real premise (problem) and tries to solve it by magic. It just doesn't work.

I'd rather a more mundane situation involving fiscal stimulus and monetary policy. The devaluation of the German currency during the Great Depression, bursting of the housing bubble are rather similar to what happened. We didn't get out of that through magic. We got out of that by realizing that an economy isn't just about the money flowing in the financial markets.

Yes, yes, I know anime, logic etc. But again, like I said in the post for ep10, this series stretched my willing suspension of disbelief waaaaaay too much.

The only compliment I can offer is that the animation quality is pretty high and the music is pretty good. Story and characters are a mess.
12-01-11, 7:20 PM

Joined: Jul 2009
Posts: 27
Ahh why is it every time I end an anime and go read up the forums people have complain about details and why the ending is never good. And I even get the reference to Madoka even less, Madoka was a pure Mahou Shoujo only with a very dark plot device with a lot of hype doing the selling for it (just like Death Note).

Also not even once I have seen the word magic appear in the anime, I'd call it more closer to supernatural and even then all the fights were merely adding action and a plot device to the story. Like how losing and winning can affect the outside world. They could have used anything for the "Deals" parts but I'm glad they did it this way. As for the open ending sometimes I hate, sometimes I love it but it was well wrapped up with enough questions for a second season. And don't say "about what should season 2 be then??" use your freaking brain for once and you would easily find hundreds of things they can do for s2. Every anime can have a continuation and Clannad After Story is the proof that it can be done (regardless if you liked it or not)

I only hope this was popular enough in Japan so the producers will go for a 2nd season. Everything was wonderful, the music, the story, the characters, everything fell really well in place so a big 10/10 for me, that is if I actually rated my animes :3

12-06-11, 10:36 PM

Joined: Sep 2011
Posts: 12170
C = Intense Pokemon (I'm serious)

Overall, I thought the Anime was fairly good. Would have been better if my stream didn't fuck up so many times, but w/e, I was able to complete it! The ending was so bittersweet but at least they KISSED!!! WOOT WOOT! 7.0/10 for me~ :D
12-12-11, 2:33 PM

Joined: Dec 2010
Posts: 1084
Might seem like Kimimaro ended up with nothing but as Msyu is his future daughter. it's actually happy end. And i bet he's gonna marry Hanabi , haha
Modified by greenmarty, 12-12-11, 2:38 PM
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12-12-11, 10:44 PM

Joined: May 2010
Posts: 1125
The ending was beautiful. 9 (out of 10) for the episode, 8 for the series. It's not like there was anything wrong with the series, it's just that it needs to be godly for it to get a 9 or 10 on my scale. And I disagree about a sequel being a good idea. I mean, yeah, you guys can call it an "open ending" all you want, but the questions left unanswered weren't really all that important and certainly not worth ruining all of the hard-earned resolution that this season achieved. This is definitely a time where it's better just to leave it alone. Besides, I want the director to go direct something else, because he seems talented enough to make something even better than this show.
“I can't stand pretty opinions!”
12-15-11, 5:39 PM

Joined: Feb 2011
Posts: 96
I've gotta say 5 things

- I think Hanabi is alive. Where? I don't know, but the city became alive again after the light, why couldn't she go back to being her old self when she saw the light too.

-What happened to Jennifer? She looked like a crazy person sat in the stairs o.O

-As long as money exists, there is going to be a Financial District.

- Those who died can't have their present/future back. So, the professor and his family were lost in this "war".

- Kimimaro certainly looked like a ghost, but I have problems believing he lost his present/future at the end of the battle, besides, Msyu was his daughter, and she disappeared not because Kimimaro no longer had a future but because the FD was being "destroyed" and she had no reason for existing and fighting anymore.

-The cool guy (can't remember his name now) chose not to live in the new future Kimimaro gave Japan, so he must be frozen in his present time inside the FD.

As Wikipeadia says: Kimimaro returns to reality to find that US dollar has become Japan's official currency, and everyone's futures have been returned to them.

This anime started good, but the last 3 episodes and that rather confusing finale made me give it a 5/10.
Modified by Tatarata, 12-15-11, 5:55 PM
12-28-11, 9:09 AM

Joined: Aug 2010
Posts: 135
loved it glad it might get a second season! this anime was sooo smart!
01-01-12, 11:19 AM

Joined: Jan 2011
Posts: 1
Alright, I'm trying to understand the concept. Basicaly Midas money was the value behind yen, and the cool dude was trying to inflate midas money to correspond with the inflation of the yen (that was needed to battle the C) - so that no actual devaluation would occur. While the main hero wanted to destroy Midas money, thus destroying all value of yen and killing the currency. Which he did. Sooo... he's an asshole? What was the point and what did he expect to see in the real world? Communism?
In the end the hero made Japan dependent on USA (why in the world?), thus totally ruining the country's future. What_did_I_just_watch.jpg
01-05-12, 12:24 AM

Joined: Apr 2009
Posts: 862
noolan_d said:
Alright, I'm trying to understand the concept.[... ...] What_did_I_just_watch.jpg
Don't think too much about it. Seriously, this show's accuracy on finance is about as right as Jurassic Park is about paleontology.

As I have been ranting in my previous posts, this show is full of flaws so there.
01-09-12, 10:03 PM

Joined: Mar 2010
Posts: 655
greenmarty said:
Might seem like Kimimaro ended up with nothing but as Msyu is his future daughter. it's actually happy end. And i bet he's gonna marry Hanabi , haha

THAT , would be incest , coz they kissed =x omg
02-25-12, 7:41 PM

Joined: Jan 2012
Posts: 4
Well Mysu is Yoga's future. Even with the hints of her being his daughter there is also another possibility. That possibility is that he saw the birth of Msyu, his future wife. Then again that's just a floating speculation. His unrequited love for Hanabi makes her a candidate but she probably whoring it up with her boyfriend since Yoga returned everyone's future. I mean we weren't told of what happened between them. She just jumps straight to her dream as a teach-student thingy. Either way the ending both sucked and was satisfying. The hero is glorified like the typical anime. It reminds me of the ending of Gurren Lagann where Simon ventures of alone except only known a hero to some people. Great anime along with its subliminal messages and at such short series...way too short. Make an OVA please.
03-17-12, 9:11 PM

Joined: Nov 2011
Posts: 60255
Original anime is original. Noitamina sure knows how to stream interesting stuff.
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