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Jun 25, 2014 7:13 AM

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Hey all,

As I've mentioned elsewhere on these boards, I'm relatively new to anime. I go to a lot of anime conventions for work, and for the past year or so it seems like every other person who walks by at cons is cosplaying a character from Attack on Titan. So, about a month ago, I finally decided to check that show out and see what all the hype is about. I liked it, so I searched for other action anime and found my way to Fate/Zero, after which I immediately watched Fate/Stay Night. Now, most recently, I just finished Sword Art Online. What I'd like to discuss, rather than the content of those shows, is how I end up feeling after watching anime, and see if anyone else feels the same way.

I watched the first 25 episodes of Attack on Titan in about 2 days, or nights specifically, after work. I was working at a con at the time, so when it wrapped up I would grab some food, head back to my hotel, and watch AoT until I couldn't stay awake anymore. I was totally hooked, somewhat by the action and the mood of the series, but mostly by the fact that the show leaves you not quite knowing what's going on and wanting to discover more about the mysteries of the titans, and the history of the walled city, humanity, and the world. When I finished the 25th episode, I felt pretty good. I read up a bit and saw that more episodes were coming, and I was content to check back in on those when they come out.

I then moved on to Fate/Zero, which I started the next night. The tone of that series was totally different, but I was immediately hooked by Kiritsugu, Iri, and Saber. I devoured that series in about 2 days, as well. It left me feeling quite a bit different than AoT, though. The ending, particularly Kiritsugu's storyline, was so soul-crushing that I felt the need to move immediately on to Fate/Stay Night to see what happened next. It was my first taste of bittersweet in anime, with the bitter far outweighing the sweet. I liked the series even more than AoT, but it left me with something of a hole inside.

I proceeded to watch Fate/Stay Night, which I liked a lot less than Fate/Zero from an animation, character development, and general storyline perspective. However, the storyline between Shirou and Saber pretty much absolutely crushed me. As the final episode drew to an end, I found myself frantically thinking, "No. It can't end this way. It just can't. They wouldn't let it." But it did. The resolution I had been increasingly hoping for and expecting as the series progressed was not there at the end, and the feeling of having a hole in my chest was the greatest it had yet been at the end of watching an anime series.

Now, a few weeks later, move on to Sword Art Online. I was immediately hooked on this series, I think initially because I've played sooo much WoW that all the game speak and just the idea of a Virtual Reality MMORPG in general spoke right to my heart. Aincrad was beautiful, epic, and full of so much of what I've known from being in MMOs. The Aincrad story arc was, as of this moment, my favorite thing I've ever seen. The ALfheim arc had it's moments too, to be sure, but in general wasn't quite as captivating to me. But, having finished all 25 episodes of SAO now, I just have the hugest hole in my chest and sinking feeling in my stomach. The world of SAO just feels so much more awesome than the real world. Kirito is so many things that it would awesome to be but that obviously can't happen IRL. The epic quests that he and the others go on can't be replicated by any stretch of the imagination IRL. And above all, the relationships that he has, particularly with Asuna, are the things of daydreams and fantasies IRL.

I guess what I'm getting at is that having finished SAO, I am borderline devastated that Aincrad, and to a lesser extent ALfheim, aren't real. I want them, and Kirito and Asuna and Leafa to be real. Or, rather, I want to be in that world with them. But none of it's real, and that reality is so depressing. I've been listening to Vols. 1 & 2 of the OST to SAO quite a bit, as I'm a musician by trade and I find the music very enjoyable and excellent as far as anime soundtracks go, but hearing the themes from the series just makes the whole thing seem painfully real when it's not and will never be.

Anywho, no one that I know IRL would be able to sympathize with this, so I figured I'd just throw it out there on here and see if anyone can relate.

Cheers!
 
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Jun 25, 2014 7:38 AM

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"time to finish another series and/or check out the OVAs!"
 
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Jun 25, 2014 7:40 AM

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Enjoy that feeling while it lasts. Eventually you'll become a pretentious asshole like me who only feels emptiness after finishing a series.
 
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Jun 25, 2014 7:47 AM

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Veronin said:
Enjoy that feeling while it lasts. Eventually you'll become a pretentious asshole like me who only feels emptiness after finishing a series.
And I mean that in the most sexually painful way possible.
 
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Jun 25, 2014 7:48 AM

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After finishing a series, I either stopped for a while and keep wondering, "This is the end, huh... Such a pity."

Or just continue to the next anime while smiling (I know it's gross lol).
 
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Jun 25, 2014 7:50 AM

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Usually I dont feel anything since most anime out there are average or just crap. Its really hard to find anime that will get you hooked and looking forward to the next episode. But yeah, everytime I finish something really good, Im left with a void that lasts for days and I usually listen to the ost to cope with it or just move on to next one.
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Like starting a new one.
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Jun 25, 2014 7:55 AM

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shinonW said:
After finishing a series, I either stopped for a while and keep wondering, "This is the end, huh... Such a pity."

Or just continue to the next anime while smiling (I know it's gross lol).


I think I'm just going to go back and re-watch SAO over, and over, and over until it loses all its luster. That's inevitably what I've done with everything I've ever really enjoyed in life :p
 
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shinonW said:
After finishing a series, I either stopped for a while and keep wondering, "This is the end, huh... Such a pity."

Or just continue to the next anime while smiling (I know it's gross lol).


I think I'm just going to go back and re-watch SAO over, and over, and over until it loses all its luster. That's inevitably what I've done with everything I've ever really enjoyed in life :p
And too watch the tentacle scene over and over again.
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Jun 25, 2014 8:10 AM

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Like starting a new one.
 
Jun 25, 2014 8:14 AM

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RedRoseFring said:
Like starting a new one.


Yeah, I always don't want to start a new one, though, because then the world of whatever anime I was just engrossed in fade into memory. I want to keep the feeling going as long as I can. I guess that's just torturing myself, though...

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And too watch the tentacle scene over and over again.


Ehh... I almost skipped that the first time through the series, even. It just bothered me so much, for Kirito's sake.
 
Jun 25, 2014 8:19 AM

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depends on whether or not the show sucked
 
Jun 25, 2014 8:20 AM

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Fuzzy in the lower part of my body :P

Just kidding.. I don't feel ANYYYYTHING! o.o

Just kidding again.. It depends on the show
 
Jun 25, 2014 8:27 AM

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There are not many shows that are really worth being sad for.
My usual feeling is "ugh, finally it's over." and immediately I start something new, hoping it's not gonna disappoint me.

The only shows that really gave me this famous ~emptiness~ after they were over were:
Nichijou
Gintama
Baccano
Aku no Hana
Arakawa Under the Bridge

Obviously, most of them are comedy... I just have the feeling there are not so many comedy Anime with good humor out there.
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Jun 25, 2014 8:28 AM

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I have mixed feelings. I hated finishing Kaze No Stigma and DRR because they are so good, but at the same time I like it because it means I can move on to another series I have been waiting to watch.
 
Jun 25, 2014 8:37 AM

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LiYuxin said:
There are not many shows that are really worth being sad for.
My usual feeling is "ugh, finally it's over." and immediately I start something new, hoping it's not gonna disappoint me.


Huh, I must just be easy to please :p Particularly with SAO, I felt like I would've loved to stay in Aincrad for 10x longer. If there were 150 episodes in that arc instead of just 15, I would be so happy...
 
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If I loved the anime I enter a state of profound melancholy where I constantly reminisce on it and think about how much I loved being immersed in its world and characters. This applies to all media, really. I want to talk about it with someone else, and find out if anyone else feels the same way, et cetera. Then ultimately (couple of days) I get over it and move on to something new.

If the anime was meh or bad, I'm just happy to be done with it and look forward to starting something new and hopefully better.
 
Jun 25, 2014 8:56 AM

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Relieved that i don't have to watch that shitty anime anymore.
 
Jun 25, 2014 8:59 AM

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If I loved the anime I enter a state of profound melancholy where I constantly reminisce on it and think about how much I loved being immersed in its world and characters. This applies to all media, really. I want to talk about it with someone else, and find out if anyone else feels the same way, et cetera. Then ultimately (couple of days) I get over it and move on to something new.

If the anime was meh or bad, I'm just happy to be done with it and look forward to starting something new and hopefully better.


That's about how I feel. Glad someone else feels the same way :) I guess I haven't watched anything yet that struck me as truly bad. I've always been sad it's over, thus far, not glad.

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Relieved that i don't have to watch that shitty anime anymore.


I'm noticing that this state of jadedness is common amongst anime viewers. I wonder how long before I start to feel the same way :p
 
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I feel splash free.
 
Jun 25, 2014 10:19 AM

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I got the same feeling after watching certain anime including Claymore, Deadman Wonderland, Panty and Stocking, Spice and Wolf, Kaze no Stigma and The Legend of The Legendary Heroes.

I go: "Wow, things are getting interesting. That ending left a sequel wide open! I absolutely have to find out when the next season of ______ comes out!"

The rest is history.
 
Jun 25, 2014 10:37 AM

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It depends on the anime. If the anime that I enjoyed from the beginning to the end and if the end is good, I feel happy, I can thought: hey, I can watch it again!

And if its an anime that I enjoyed a several episodes and a bad ending I feel unhappy.
 
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Heh, I was hoping a bunch of people would totally resonate with the feeling of being just absolutely wrecked and depressed when a good anime is over precisely because it's over, you've experienced all there is to that amazing universe that you loved, and that universe and all its awesomeness will never be real.

A bunch of people have asked if I'm feeling okay today, because apparently I seem weird. I can't remember the last time that people noticed that I seemed particularly bummed, so my state of mind must be showing. If I could trade my life for Kirito's today, I just might.
 
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When I finished Gintama I felt a little depressed, because that show was hilarious I wish it never ended.
 
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freeflowme said:
Heh, I was hoping a bunch of people would totally resonate with the feeling of being just absolutely wrecked and depressed when a good anime is over precisely because it's over, you've experienced all there is to that amazing universe that you loved, and that universe and all its awesomeness will never be real.

All these people feel sad too :'-(

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The same as when I started, only more entertained and a little annoyed I gotta go find something else
 
Jun 25, 2014 4:31 PM

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If it's bad or average: Glad, on to the next one
If it's good or genius: Meh, I'd love to watch more
 
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I usually drop an anime if I don't find it entertaining so I never really get that empty feeling if I do finish one because the ones I do decide to go through are ones that often hooked me.


99% of the time I feel hella depressed. I don't want to pick up a new anime, but rather go back and re-watch the clips of my just finished anime to revel in nostalgia. More often than not I purchase and download the OST if I really liked the soundtrack and search for OVAs or upcoming seasons if there are any.

 
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Enjoy that feeling while it lasts. Eventually you'll become a pretentious asshole like me who only feels emptiness after finishing a series.

So much this. I can't even enjoy a series to its fullest anymore unless it's a masterpiece.

I remember the early days of anime. I could watch the shitty harem ones and still be entertained. *sigh*

Ever since I saw Gurren Lagann, everything has been going downhill for me.
 
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Thank you so, SO much for linking these. Reading other people's experiences is making me feel quite a bit better. It's good to know that others have walked away from series feeling the same way.

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99% of the time I feel hella depressed. I don't want to pick up a new anime, but rather go back and re-watch the clips of my just finished anime to revel in nostalgia. More often than not I purchase and download the OST if I really liked the soundtrack and search for OVAs or upcoming seasons if there are any.


Yeah, that's exactly what I'm doing with SAO right now. Just started it over from the beginning. Nothing ever compares with that first time through a series, though, when you don't know what's coming next, or how things are going to play out. I got both volumes of the OST and have been listening to them quite a bit, as well :)

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Veronin said:
Enjoy that feeling while it lasts. Eventually you'll become a pretentious asshole like me who only feels emptiness after finishing a series.


So much this. I can't even enjoy a series to its fullest anymore unless it's a masterpiece.

I remember the early days of anime. I could watch the shitty harem ones and still be entertained. *sigh*

Ever since I saw Gurren Lagann, everything has been going downhill for me.


This does brighten my mood a bit. I know that "becoming a pretentious asshole" feeling, though. I did it with several genres of music throughout high school and college. I suppose it will eventually happen with anime, too.
 
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On to the next one.
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Depends on how I liked it. If it was good I'm sad because I'll never get that one time feel of watching something good for the first time. If it was trash then I'm happy because I've got plenty of other stuff to watch.
 
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As long as I find the end satisfying then I am fine with it.
 
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I go "Wow, that was great/good/ok/meh/bad"
Then "It "surpass my expectation"/"Just as good as I hope"/"worse than I thought".."

Then I move on.
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I've had that kind of feelings also, after finishing Persona 4 The Animation and Wake Up Girls. I just wish I could just stay with those characters 4 ever.

Haven't seen Fate/Zero but AoT nor SAO gave me that feeling, probably because it's obvious there will be a 2nd season so u know u will be seeing more of those characters
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If it's a series I really enjoyed happy. If it's a series I was just plowing through to finish relieved. Lately I tend to watch series with the question of, do I find this good enough to own always in the back of my head which kinda undermines my own feelings I think. Rarely do I ever feel sad about finishing a series though.
 
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I feel an immense pleasure from increasing my completed anime count.
 
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When I first started watching anime, I felt similar to you. I had a sinking feeling after I finished an anime because I didn't want it to end.

After watching more anime, I got used to/lost sensitivity to post-completion feels. Now whenever I finish an anime I just hop onto the next one. My guess is that if you continue to watch more anime, you'll probably have less post-completion feels just like the general crowd in this thread has. It's not to mean it's a bad thing, it's just different.

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I feel an immense pleasure from increasing my completed anime count.

I also feel a lot of that. I like completing things.
 
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Really good. I feel a nice sense of accomplishment after having completed something, unless it was something that was depressing or disappointing.
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I had about a 6 hour drive to make today, which gave me a lot of time to think. And I got to wondering why no other media effects me in the same way anime does, or to put it another way why anime is the only form of media that effects my emotions so greatly.

I have gotten really into historical novels in the past, particularly Dracula, The Count of Monte Cristo, and other Alexandre Dumas stuff like the whole D'Artagnan series. I've felt a slight pang when I finish those books, like I'm saying goodbye to good friends whom I've adventured with. But I've never felt just soul-crushingly sad that the story is over, or that their world isn't real. I suppose the answer to that could be because those books are, for the most part, set in the "real" world.

Similarly, I've been really into fantasy novels like LoTR, and the movie trilogy as well. Nothing is as immersive as Tolkein's writing, and nothing was as visually impactful in the early 2000s as the LoTR movies. Yet I never felt sad when those were over. I was content to watch them time and time again.

But for whatever strange reason, anime is different. I care WAY more about the characters and what happens to them in the anime I've watched than I've ever cared about characters in any novel I've read or live-action movie I've watched. And I get WAY more engrossed in the world of the anime that I'm watching than I ever got engrossed in Middle Earth, or any other place, although I could at one point tell you all kinds of specifications about the distances between the imaginary places in Tolkein's fantasy world, etc.

Anywho, anime has a strange effect on me for sure, and I'm not quite sure why as of yet. But something about it just really grips my heart and mind.
 
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freeflowme said:
The world of SAO just feels so much more awesome than the real world.
Welcome to anime. Real life will start to feel shittier and shittier with each awesome anime series you finish.

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kokkoderrisch said:
Relieved that i don't have to watch that shitty anime anymore.
I'm noticing that this state of jadedness is common amongst anime viewers. I wonder how long before I start to feel the same way :p
Thats because a lot of people on MAL are idiots misinformed individuals that believe in the sunk cost fallacy. If you dont like something you should just drop it.

To answer the OP if I love the show I just finished then I have to go find some awesome fanart and save it so I can use it as a background image. Or I'll buy the blueray or manga when it comes out. Or maybe I'll just rewatch an episode or listen to the ost. It varies.
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It really depends on what I watched. Sometimes, I feel forlorn (how I felt after finishing Wolf's Rain and Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Come wa Machigatteiru) and other times I'm just glad I got it over with (Madoka Magica and Elfen Lied). But other times, I'm left with a lot of mixed feelings regarding certain shows.

When I finished Attack on Titan for the first time, I was kinda conflicted on what to feel about this show. On the one hand, I thoroughly enjoyed the action sequences, the animation, the art direction, the soundtrack, and I did like the overall concept of the show (even if it is cliché to high heaven). On the other hand, the lacklustre writing is where I really just lost any respect I might have had for it. Even the die-hard fans of SNK I met in-person are willing to admit that the characters (barring Jean, Armin, and Levi ofc) are rubbish and that the anime has a tendency to stretch things out for much longer than they needed to be (Attack on Trost and Expedition 57 are 9 and 6 episodes long in a show that's only 25 EPISODES LONG!!!).

When I finished Mirai Nikki and watched Mirai Nikki: Redial, I had a different kind of quandary. Plot holes and logical fallacies aside, I really enjoyed the show. I love both opening sequences, I loved the concept of the show (even if it wasn't fleshed out so well), the action and drama had me engrossed and just itching to watch more, and Yuno is just so moe and yet so terrifying at the same time. However, what really made me double-take on the show was the fact that it always seemed to try and outdo itself in every episode to the point where it started to feel like an average arc in Bleach (Ichigo fights villain, villain dies, bigger and badder villain appears, Ichigo fights villain, villain dies, rinse and repeat). The last few episodes felt rushed and there wasn't much that actually made sense until I watched Mirai Nikki: Redial. Even then, Mirai Nikki: Redial is essentially just 15 minutes of slice-of-life beach stuff followed by elaborating upon the events that happened in the last few episodes which is to be concluded by a happy ending which just made me want to vomit.

However, what really takes the cake in terms of mixed feelings in my book would have to be Kuroshitsuji. I've already made a blog post about it, but in case you don't want to read it, here's what I think of the show:

GOOD:
- I love the overall premise of the show, the Victorian England setting, and the supernatural/Gothic aesthetic that it has from time to time.
- The art direction, animation, and soundtrack are fucking A. "Monochrome Kiss" by SID is now within my Top 5 OP tracks of all time.
- When the show takes itself seriously, it really shines. The drama is engrossing, the action is captivating, the suspense has me on edge, etc.
- Sebastian Michaelis has the same appeal as Alucard, and his sense of humour has me laughing quite a bit.

BAD:
- The show doesn't seem to take itself seriously until like Episode 15. Before that, it varies in tone quite a bit. Sometimes, it feels like a boring slice-of-life comedy taking place in the Victorian Era, other times it feels like a Sherlock Holmes-style detective show, and occasionally... it feels like some yaoi fangirl's fantasy taken straight out of a diary page. More on that right about... now:

- The shota subtext between Ciel and Sebastian along with the occasional bit of fan service provided by Ciel is just downright disturbing (and NOT in a good way, like with Yuno's psychosis). Loli/shota is one of the few things that I can *barely* tolerate in anime as it is and the overuse of loli is essentially the reason why I adamantly refuse to watch No Game No Life and Black Bullet (and to a lesser extent, Higurashi). Thankfully, they do cut back on it considerably, but there are moments where Sebastian seems less like a bishonen badass and more like a younger, daemonic Herbert the Pervert.

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To me, a truly amazing series is one that leaves you with that feeling of emptiness and longing, that somewhere deep down you were hoping that it would never end.
There a very few that really hit the spot, and of course it's different for everybody, so cherish that nostalgia!

and probably give the series a 10/10 ;)
 
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If it's one I really loved then I would be like: NO please dont be the last episode..T^T Isn't there going to be another season? please someone tell me if there will!!??

If it's an anime I just liked alot and has an huge open ending I'm like: NO WAY! Why anime? Why do you do this to me??!! that ending was horrible! You didnt explain anything at all!! :( But after that outbreak I would just put it aside and go for the next one.. xP

If it's an anime I liked for a bit or didnt that much I'm like: Ahh.. so that's your ending ey? Fine by me..

It's anime, but it's allway's a different one.. Fot me it has to give me the right feels.. =3
 
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I feel empty if it's a series I loved.. Otherwise it's just "Let's watch the next one!"
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it feels good
 
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Depends on how the anime ends.
 
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