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Nov 8, 2019 12:22 AM

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I know this show doesn't have anything that make any senses but the backstory is really killing me !!!!!!!!

They literally can make anything for his backstory, as long as it's not totally bullsh*t like this !!!
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Nov 8, 2019 4:22 AM

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Tsukasa, the angel that never sleeps, and is a tour de force that keeps on giving. More buildings equals more weapons equals better defense.

For Roo though, teaching her to be a merchant is just asking for too much when she is not capable of much. But with the help of the Prodigies, she becomes OK...

I'd thought that Lyrule would be that one-off annoying character that would stick with the MC, but this is getting more detrimental...and that lap pillow. OHHH WAIT...WHY is Ringo jealous??? Are we going that way? Man, talk about the stupid things of love...

And Tsukasa's backstory, man...what a life. Corruption for selfish gains, is the best way to sum up his dad whom he snitched and sent him to his death.

I want to feel bad for Tsukasa, but this episode is just boring (though tentatively Roo's side story exists in the manga).

Looks like Shinobu has found something peculiar...
 
Nov 8, 2019 6:51 AM
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MARY SUE, THE SHOW:

"Looks like the power plant is coming along well."

WHAT?

"I'm storing the power in high-capacity batteries..."

WHAT?

"...taken from our miniature nuclear reactor."

Oh, okay. You're magicians with god-like powers.

No? You have no magic at all? Then how do you explain making all this?

"Off ... screeeeeen!!!"


Arifureta was overpowered, but at least there was an explanation for it.

Isekai wa Smartphone was the closest thing to this show. Over-powered off the bat. But there, there was actual god-like magic to explain it. Here there is NOTHING.

And Isekai wa Smartphone was just doing it for fun. What bothers me with this show is that it takes itself so damn seriously, without doing anything to earn it.

"We're overthrowing your religious beliefs and your entire system of governance at once. And no one will object, right? Good."

Wow, what a modern show! Democracy! Moving you 500 years into the future! Take that, old-fashioned beliefs! But there's nothing done to deserve this posturing that the show's writer is doing.
 
Nov 8, 2019 7:46 AM

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Lyrule kawaiii that lap pillow scene was so cute, thou lol Ringo saw it and now she is mad. Also Roo being terrified of divisions was hilarious.
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Nov 8, 2019 9:00 AM
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At the powerplant scene, i was just "what the fuck?" XD. Atleast, they need advanced civilization and infrastructure to make such building. It'll be much reasonable if they made a simple powerplant like wind powerplant or hydroelectric powerplant.

And I won't surprised anymore if the town going to have a lot skycrappers since they spoil it in OP XD.

And I agree about what @Hegar says, especially the comparison with other nonsense animes. This anime is just beyond nonsense.
 
Nov 8, 2019 4:10 PM

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At first I was surprised that I got an anime, where mayonnaise is seriously mentioned as an important achievement of MC, but later all my attention was paid to how they ruined the subplot about his past. I mean, hell, the dude believed in his principles so much that he led his father to death and earned his mother’s hatred! What does this give the characters? A pair of short replicas of the "Yeah, dramatic!" level.

What could be an interesting main theme for a separate deep title with an interesting message, this show uses for the sake of a couple of minutes of cheese drama.

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And now they have a modern powerplant built without modern materials, production and equipment. Or is it again "it was explained in ranobe" episode? But to be honest it just changes "garbage title" to "garbage adaptation", so it is still garbage.


I suddenly realized that this is the version of Dr.Stone for those who don't like too much of scientific talks.
Level of my english is still too poor, so ask not particularly angry because of my terrible grammar.
 
Nov 8, 2019 11:04 PM

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I suddenly realized that this is the version of Dr.Stone for those who don't like too much of scientific talks.

Not even close, to be honest. Dr Stone too advances technology, but he actually first gathers resources, makes all the parts and assembles not a modern machine, but a whatever their tech level can do now. If here they made a steam car instead of modern - I would be fine with it, steam engine needs much less tech and doesn't need modern fuel that is a pretty complex thing to do (and to find oil). If they made some kind of water wheel or wind mill for power - it would also be ok, it is pretty simple. But nope, they just got a modern powerplant. Have you ever seen what is inside of those? How much efford and tech it actually takes to make it running? Also why do you even need a huge powerplant that eats tonns of coal if you don't have consumption for that level of production? Dr. Stone is simplified and I will not even pretend that they didn't cut a few corners to make it more fun and engaging, but it actually explains stuff and is logical. This one explains nothing and pulls stuff of thin air just for the sake of showing off how cool characters are.
 
Nov 9, 2019 3:14 AM

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Well, aside from Tsukasa's backstory, this was a particularly slow episode. But I don't mind it, as long as there's Keine and Aoi. What is that Magician babbling about, who wouldn't want to be in the baths with those two, especially Keine.
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Nov 9, 2019 3:35 AM

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Rou, always complaining about understanding the Multiplication table...but when she actually asked to compute numbers by multiply...she like a bit of a godlike just like a calculator!
onsen fanservice of Ichijou, Kanzaki & Winona was such a pleasure treat!
4/5.


 
Nov 9, 2019 4:20 AM

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and then they are suddenly governing country but bath scenes are sure to pop up every now and then
 
Nov 9, 2019 4:39 AM

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slavemaster_1991 said:
RobertBobert said:

I suddenly realized that this is the version of Dr.Stone for those who don't like too much of scientific talks.

Not even close, to be honest. Dr Stone too advances technology, but he actually first gathers resources, makes all the parts and assembles not a modern machine, but a whatever their tech level can do now. If here they made a steam car instead of modern - I would be fine with it, steam engine needs much less tech and doesn't need modern fuel that is a pretty complex thing to do (and to find oil). If they made some kind of water wheel or wind mill for power - it would also be ok, it is pretty simple. But nope, they just got a modern powerplant. Have you ever seen what is inside of those? How much efford and tech it actually takes to make it running? Also why do you even need a huge powerplant that eats tonns of coal if you don't have consumption for that level of production? Dr. Stone is simplified and I will not even pretend that they didn't cut a few corners to make it more fun and engaging, but it actually explains stuff and is logical. This one explains nothing and pulls stuff of thin air just for the sake of showing off how cool characters are.


It was a deliberate satire, the rationale for which you yourself gave in this answer. But if I answer your question, then yep, my father was responsible for turbines at a thermal power plant, and then worked as a shift supervisor at a nuclear power plant. I don’t know how these terms are correctly called in English, but I hope you understand me.

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Level of my english is still too poor, so ask not particularly angry because of my terrible grammar.
 
Nov 9, 2019 11:18 PM
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yeah I always hate division when I have to divide my money to leeching single mothers that I care nothing about but I had to do it because they're empowered or something. or something about voting rights.
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Nov 10, 2019 9:17 AM

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I'm wondering what they found out at the very end of this episode...
 
Nov 10, 2019 6:14 PM

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Hegar said:
MARY SUE, THE SHOW:

That's literally the point of the show. You're like those people complaining that nothings happens in SOL shows. It was always going to be this way dude. Anyone could tell that from the fucking premise.

It's just a fun show. And if you ask me, it's done what it set out to do pretty well. It's well produced with nice music choices, decent art / character designs, and not insane animation quality but it moves well in the right places. It mixes in a bit of dramatic content without taking itself too seriously. Some nice girls with decent service (although personally I wish there was something in between fully grown women with cowtits and legit prepubescent loli but such is anime these days...).

God knows I'm enjoying this more than most isekai I've seen. All these edgelord comments from people who clearly had no idea what they were getting in to makes me realize what isekai fans must feel like most of the time lol.

Anyway, another fun episode. Still torn beween 5 and 6 but giving it the benefit of the doubt for now. 6/10.
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Nov 11, 2019 10:46 PM

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Keine <3 thats all
 
Nov 12, 2019 11:06 AM

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Poor Ringo. Alas, another love triangle where best girl has absolutely no chance against main girl

But ok Tsukasa's backstory was a bit...over the top? Idk a politician getting a death penalty for corruption kinda seems a bit too exaggerated then again, not sure how many times that occurred irl

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Nov 22, 2019 8:35 AM

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I honestly couldn't give a fuck about Lyrule and Tsukasa's relationship or history.
They're boring as fuck and their romance is bad.


Masato is the only MC I like in this show.

Also, of course there's a bath scene :)
Of course.
 
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