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Oct 24, 2020 8:53 AM
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I consider myself pretty immune to what I want to call as "spoiler allergy." I understand that people do not like spoilers and I was once one of them, but as I watched more and more anime, most of the time, I found myself becoming more welcome to spoilers. I even also see spoilers all the time, everyday, to anime I don't plan to watch anytime soon, so I guess that also one of the reasons why spoilers don't affect me that much.

How about you?
 
 
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Oct 24, 2020 8:58 AM

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I used to think I was insensitive to spoilers but I've come to realise that it definitely takes a bit out of the experience for me. Knowing what's about to come just doesn't make me enjoy a show or manga.
 
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If it is my favorite anime and that anime is currently airing and hasn't completed yet then I'm pretty much very sensitive when it comes to spoilers.However if there is an anime that is getting a sequel and I'm not at all interested in it and if I hear any spoiler from that anime then my hype for that sequel increases rapidly which is a good thing.
(Also its great that more and more mods are interacting with the forum nowadays)
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Oct 24, 2020 9:08 AM
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I always take a shot or two before going to the forums so anytime I see a spoiler I'm likely to forget it by the next day.

It's 100% efficient and knows no boundaries.
 
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im immune to spoilers for a long time heck i even search for them when im really curious of whats gonna happen next
 
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TitanInsane said:
I used to think I was insensitive to spoilers but I've come to realise that it definitely takes a bit out of the experience for me. Knowing what's about to come just doesn't make me enjoy a show or manga.


Now that's opposite of mine, nice!!

Scordolo said:
It it is my favorite anime and that anime is currently airing and hasn't completed yet then I'm pretty much very sensitive when it comes to spoilers.However if there is an anime that is getting a sequel and I'm not at all interested in it and if I hear any spoiler from that anime then my hype for that sequel increases rapidly which is a good thing.
(Also its great that more and more mods are interacting with the forum nowadays)


This also happens to me when I see spoilers on an anime that I plan to watch as well!

"Oh, that happen? F*** it, I need answers!"

Then I hold the other anime I'm occupied with as much as I possibly could!

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Oct 24, 2020 9:16 AM

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Nah, don't really care much. But if someone posted spoilers of the new chapter of Re:ZERO's WN, that'd be the only time I would get pissed at a spoiler.
 
 
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wape said:
I always take a shot or two before going to the forums so anytime I see a spoiler I'm likely to forget it by the next day.

It's 100% efficient and knows no boundaries.


Nice, are you also taking a shot right now? Get me juice; I'll join you!
 
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Oct 24, 2020 9:21 AM

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It depends on how much I want to watch a show. I'm pretty pissed off about an AoT spoiler I've seen but I've seen plenty of spoilers for Higurashi and I don't really care.
 
Oct 24, 2020 9:23 AM
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deg said:
im immune to spoilers for a long time heck i even search for them when im really curious of whats gonna happen next


Not related, but you're nearing 60,000 posts! WOWOWOWOWOW

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Nah, don't really care much. But if someone posted spoilers of the new chapter of Re:ZERO's WN, that'd be the only time I would get pissed at a spoiler.


Did you know that in the latest chapter, Subaru and Rem blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah...

Are you angry now?

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Oct 24, 2020 9:26 AM
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AlexPaulLEWZ said:
deg said:
im immune to spoilers for a long time heck i even search for them when im really curious of whats gonna happen next


Not related, but you're nearing 60,000 posts! WOWOWOWOWOW


lol i got no life thats why and im addicted to the internet especially here on MAL
 
 
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AlexPaulLEWZ said:

Did you know that in the latest chapter, Subaru and Rem blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah...

Are you angry now?


Yup, I'm pretty pissed. I might just angrily eat my food later idk.
 
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Bloomberry said:
It depends on how much I want to watch a show. I'm pretty pissed off about an AoT spoiler I've seen but I've seen plenty of spoilers for Higurashi and I don't really care.


On the contrary, seeing AoT spoilers just made me want to read the wikis for all the information I have missed out on, and I even poked my manga-reading friends for more information.

One of the best moments I could say I'm happy being spoiled xD
 
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I'm fairly immune to spoilers, actually very often (especially with longer series) if something interesting happens, I want to know everything about it immediately, which often leads to major spoilers. (Like: "Oh no, this character died, is he really dead" --> Wikipedia "Oh good he gets resurrected, can't wait to see that"
 
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WNchad said:
AlexPaulLEWZ said:

Did you know that in the latest chapter, Subaru and Rem blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah...

Are you angry now?


Yup, I'm pretty pissed. I might just angrily eat my food later idk.


No, not the poor food!

Jokes aside, I just saw your profile and I like how dedicated you are in propagating the words of the Holy Church of ReZero.

Karinara said:
I'm fairly immune to spoilers, actually very often (especially with longer series) if something interesting happens, I want to know everything about it immediately, which often leads to major spoilers. (Like: "Oh no, this character died, is he really dead" --> Wikipedia "Oh good he gets resurrected, can't wait to see that"


If you could only realize (which I think you would) how much I want to say more about this message without spoiling anything, that would be really nice. I mean, even if I say the anime—or even the season the anime aired—the spoiler that could be inferred is a very huge spoiler!!

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Oct 24, 2020 9:37 AM

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Jokes aside, I just saw your profile and I like how dedicated you are in propagating the words of the Holy Church of ReZero.


Thank you! If you're ever bored, you should check out the WN.
 
Oct 24, 2020 9:42 AM
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I don’t care about spoilers at all. If a story is good it will still be good after it’s spoiled, sometimes even better. Spoilers don’t really ruin anything for me, and someone gets to talk about a story that they liked.
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Oct 24, 2020 9:48 AM

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I'm pretty much invulnerable to the so called "spoiler allergy". I knew the biggest spoiler of Death Note but I still absolutely enjoyed my time watching the show. That doesn't mean that I wouldn't mind if someone gave me major spoilers of a show when I didn't ask for it, though.
 
Oct 24, 2020 10:07 AM

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I hate spoilers, because I like being surprised, shocked or having the OMG-moments.

Nothing more boring then being able to predict everything, so spoilers don't really help. Spoilers might even ruin it completely for me tbh.
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Oct 24, 2020 10:11 AM

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Kinda been desensitized with how much spoilers I've come across. It's frustrating and annoying, but at this point it's like fuck it, I'm tired of this. I still hate it though.
 
Oct 24, 2020 10:13 AM

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I absolutely hate spoilers, this is the reason I only search for stuff concerning a series until after i've watched it to prevent youtube from ruining the entire plot for me


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Oct 24, 2020 10:19 AM

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They're bad when the story focuses on mystery elements. They're bearable otherwise.
 
 
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Very sensitive. I usually avoid it like the plague.
 
Oct 24, 2020 10:23 AM

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For shows that I'm really interested in and planning to watch soon, yes, I'm quite sensitive. Other than that, I don't mind spoilers.
 
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If it's something i really want to see, I avoid spoilers, but if it's something I won't be seeing anytime soon/ever I don't really care.

Like, I know
but as I don't watch One Piece and I may never do it, I don't really care being spoiled for that show.

I also know
but is a minor spoiler and fortunately for me, every Haikyuu spoiler troll starts with that sentence, so I can get past his comment and avoid other spoilers. Still I would have liked not knowing that.

It also depends on the type of spoiler, like "this secondary character will achieve the goal he was trying to get the whole series" it's different than "when the battle is over and the protagonist thought they won, they discover that this important character is dead because of an injury the enemy army made to him".

I discovered that reading the source material of something that I'm watching takes away the element of surprise, read The dissapearence of Haruhi Suzumiya and when you watch the movie you know why everything is happening, or when I read the 1st season SAO novels and I knew who the villain is. Yes, seeing all animated is great, but is like watching a sports match when you know the final score, who scored and in what minute they did.

If some book/manga that I wanted to read but haven't made the time to do it, is getting an anime/live action adaptation I wait until I see that adaptation, then read the source material and enjoy those little details that they left out of the adaptation. Like some character thoughts on something that is happening or the description of a room that the character makes when he enters it.
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WNchad said:
AlexPaulLEWZ said:
Jokes aside, I just saw your profile and I like how dedicated you are in propagating the words of the Holy Church of ReZero.


Thank you! If you're ever bored, you should check out the WN.


I truly will if I have the time!!!!!!

IrrelevantGuy said:
I'm pretty much invulnerable to the so called "spoiler allergy". I knew the biggest spoiler of Death Note but I still absolutely enjoyed my time watching the show. That doesn't mean that I wouldn't mind if someone gave me major spoilers of a show when I didn't ask for it, though.


Did you know that in Death Parade,


You know this, you watched it, you gave it a 10, but you didn't ask for it. Are you angry now?

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I don’t care about spoilers at all. If a story is good it will still be good after it’s spoiled, sometimes even better. Spoilers don’t really ruin anything for me, and someone gets to talk about a story that they liked.


True! I also like it when people talk spoilers with me. Like,

"I'm so sorry for spoiling, haha, I hope you won't mind,"
"Nah, it's okay, you can keep spoiling me!"
"Really? Nice, so this character blah, blah, blah, blah,

Kind of nice to see people so enthusiastic.

JomyS said:
I absolutely hate spoilers, this is the reason I only search for stuff concerning a series until after i've watched it to prevent youtube from ruining the entire plot for me


Major spoilers!
In Code Geass, Lelouch


Oh wait
Good thing you watched it already

Lord_Tachanka21 said:
They're bad when the story focuses on mystery elements. They're bearable otherwise.


I have been spoiled a lot of times before, but never in mystery anime because I tend to watch them in one go.

But I wonder what would happen if I got spoiled.

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Very sensitive. I usually avoid it like the plague.


At least you won't die... unlike the plague. :pensive:

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I'm pretty much invulnerable to the so called "spoiler allergy". I knew the biggest spoiler of Death Note but I still absolutely enjoyed my time watching the show. That doesn't mean that I wouldn't mind if someone gave me major spoilers of a show when I didn't ask for it, though.


Did you know that in Death Parade,


You know this, you watched it, you gave it a 10, but you didn't ask for it. Are you angry now?

Yes, I'm undescribably angry right now.
 
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Rishiri said:
For shows that I'm really interested in and planning to watch soon, yes, I'm quite sensitive. Other than that, I don't mind spoilers.


Not related but why is the best girl Kuroko only has half her beautiful face shown? :(

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AlexPaulLEWZ said:


Did you know that in Death Parade,


You know this, you watched it, you gave it a 10, but you didn't ask for it. Are you angry now?

Yes, I'm undescribably angry right now.



That anger will soon subside... as well as the entire world after it is destroyed

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Yes, I'm undescribably angry right now.



That anger will soon subside... as well as the entire world after it is destroyed

I hope that day comes quickly. This world is too cruel to live in.
 
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It also depends on the type of spoiler, like "this secondary character will achieve the goal he was trying to get the whole series" it's different than "when the battle is over and the protagonist thought they won, they discover that this important character is dead because of an injury the enemy army made to him".

I discovered that reading the source material of something that I'm watching takes away the element of surprise, read The dissapearence of Haruhi Suzumiya and when you watch the movie you know why everything is happening, or when I read the 1st season SAO novels and I knew who the villain is. Yes, seeing all animated is great, but is like watching a sports match when you know the final score, who scored and in what minute they did.

If some book/manga that I wanted to read but haven't made the time to do it, is getting an anime/live action adaptation I wait until I see that adaptation, then read the source material and enjoy those little details that they left out of the adaptation. Like some character thoughts on something that is happening or the description of a room that the character makes when he enters it.


I am getting mixed feelings on those types of spoilers. Of course, I stand by my word that I don't mind spoilers. But I haven't done things like that—reading the source material before the anime. I always do the opposite, haha.

Also thanks for the Haikyuu spoiler. I'll spoil my equally-spoiler-lover sister and see her reaction.

EDIT: She was bouncing in joy.
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I believe I’m pretty sensitive to spoilers, but it really depends on which show is being spoiled and what the spoiler is. I hate being told about character deaths, it’s the worst. It always happened when I decide to watch an anime opening of an anime I’m currently watching and I decide to scroll down and look at the comments. I’ve learned my lesson now.
 
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I believe I’m pretty sensitive to spoilers, but it really depends on which show is being spoiled and what the spoiler is. I hate being told about character deaths, it’s the worst. It always happened when I decide to watch an anime opening of an anime I’m currently watching and I decide to scroll down and look at the comments. I’ve learned my lesson now.


In Death Note,


Will you dare click the spoiler buttons?

Oh wait. You already gave it a 10. Tch
 
 
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Honestly I don't mind being spoiled about a character going to die. As long as I don't know the details of how/when, I can still enjoy the series a lot.
 
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AlexPaulLEWZ said:
Xickonaut said:
I believe I’m pretty sensitive to spoilers, but it really depends on which show is being spoiled and what the spoiler is. I hate being told about character deaths, it’s the worst. It always happened when I decide to watch an anime opening of an anime I’m currently watching and I decide to scroll down and look at the comments. I’ve learned my lesson now.


In Death Note,


Will you dare click the spoiler buttons?

Oh wait. You already gave it a 10. Tch


Nice try bucko

I see everything you’ve watched is a masterpiece in your eyes, or you just gave everything a 10 for some reason.
 
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Hmmm depends on what anime I'm watching.
I started Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso even tho i knew how will end. Same with Clannad after story, I saw that daughter scene multiple times on YouTube before watching the anime.
But for some anime I'm very angry if you tell me spoilers. I almost beat my brother because he told me spoilers from Death Note.

 
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I usually spoil myself unintentionally lol

It depends what kind of spoiler it's, but it usually annoys me because when i spoil myself any death or something like that I can't take that moment of the anime seriously anymore.
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I FUCKING HATE SPOILERS

SPOIL ME A SHOW AND ILL KILL U

after being spoiled i first need to forget it so i end up waiting a year to watch it
 
 
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i need spoiler to decide what to watch or not, sypnosis weren't enough to make me deicide to watch or not. to make sure if there's nothing ruins my mental.
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Same as you , I'm immune , when I watched Re:Zero I have read a bunch of spoilers from future arcs that are not yet adapted in anime , honestly I don't even care about spoilers , for some reason they do not bother me at all , they even make the story more interesting (ofc I'm talking about big spoilers or even plot-twists too)



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I'm completely immune to spoilers! Sometimes, I actually kinda like being spoiled? Which is so weird?? I knew way too much about what happened in JoJo Part 5 before I watched it and still bawled my eyes out for each scene lmao. I know a lot of major things that happen in the AOT manga, but I know for sure I'm gonna cry really hard either way ;~~;
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I have been hold back from reading the SNK manga for 2 years to have a better anime viewing experience, if someone would spoil me now after all this waiting I would punch him in the face XD. Like 2 years waste for nothing in this case if someone spoil me I could just read the manga before, and waiting and holding back so much time for your favorite show its not easy thing.
 
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It honestly depends a lot. Sometimes, I actively spoil myself the ending of a show to determine whether I'm going to enjoy what's to come or just waste my time. If it's for a show I'm really liking though, I'd hate being spoiled.
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Those make me coil
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I get pretty annoyed, but sometimes you can't help it. When a show is super popular people talk about it you're bound to see something. However I hate when people say "the twist was really good" to something I haven't seen. Saying there is a twist in the movie is a massive spoiler because I find myself going into it thinking what the twist will be rather than what's going on currently
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Xickonaut said:

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In Death Note,


Will you dare click the spoiler buttons?

Oh wait. You already gave it a 10. Tch


Nice try bucko

I see everything you’ve watched is a masterpiece in your eyes, or you just gave everything a 10 for some reason.


Everything is indeed either a masterpiece in my eyes or something else warranted a 10 out of it. :>
 
 
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Hmmm depends on what anime I'm watching.
I started Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso even tho i knew how will end. Same with Clannad after story, I saw that daughter scene multiple times on YouTube before watching the anime.
But for some anime I'm very angry if you tell me spoilers. I almost beat my brother because he told me spoilers from Death Note.


I was also spoiled with Shigatsu ha Kimi no Uso and Clannad before watching it, and because of that, I totally cried on the most underrated scenes the spoilers don't even touch. Plastic Memories as well.

The scenes many people said that will become a tearjerker didn't affect me, but other scenes that many people tend to undermine made me tear up.
 
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I don't care about spoilers. If the product is good, spoilers will not ruin it.

And if you don't believe me, think about the shows you rewatch and tell me if knowing what happens ruins them.
 
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People who spoil
Should also boil
In fervent oil


Those who burn in oil sometimes gets better,
Like how chicken is cooked with breading and batter,
What you desire is somehow much kinder,
Than those who annoy people with a spoiler.
 
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It honestly depends a lot. Sometimes, I actively spoil myself the ending of a show to determine whether I'm going to enjoy what's to come or just waste my time. If it's for a show I'm really liking though, I'd hate being spoiled.


Being a social media moderator like you, I presume you also see spoilers almost every day. :(
 
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I’m pretty sensitive when it comes to spoilers. When something that I really enjoy I get very sensitive because it takes out all of the enjoyment. I can’t just forget spoilers for some reason.

When it’s a shitty anime I want spoilers. I want to be able to say “I already know what happens, I’m skipping this”. In the end I never skip it so that bums me out when I look back on it.
 
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