could you for a second sit back relax and not piss all over something that people might like thx
But I really need to pee.
While I love the abridged series and making fun of something I actually love, in an affectionate way like you do to DM, I really hope you wouldn’t outright bash the other series. There’s good in every of them, and I hope you’ll end up loving this one enough to actually laugh with the fans, not at the fans. So yeah, I hope you ruin it in a good way I suppose. lol
I was joking. Anyone who thinks I’m trying to “ruin” anything is severely mistaken.
I’m perfectly willing to give Yu-Gi-Oh Arc-Vagina a chance.
Please, Martin - I’ve seen the images.
You hate everything. See?
I rest my case.
yes come join the Spoony One and the rest of us who love to hate everything!
Some great character building for our female newtype girl. so glad she has a normal cute side to her.
we finally get to see her in action if only for a second, and we also get to see the refit of the Build Strike, The Star Build Strike.
which ironically steals moves from both the Victory Gundam and The Stardust Gundam.
but it looks cool anyway.
The Gundam looks a bit to bulky to me and its missing the booster now so i’m not sure how that will effect them in the future or if the back booster will make a come back at a critical moment for dramatic effect.
either way the 7th worth tournament started off with a bang! and even hung over my personal fav, the pilot of the custom Wing Gundam made it through his round.
meer. one of only 3 characters I liked out of all Seed and Destiny. and only one of the pilots made it on that list. and that was Athrun. The last being that one guy in the background who turned a wrench for those ungrateful pilots kept being breaking their suits like assholes.
To be fair, form changes would come in a later generation and that could be considered “a metamorphosis attack.”
Also, Koga was playing dirty pool, anyway. How the hell do you just have your Pokémon SPONTANEOUSLY evolve? At least when Krabby evolved into Kingler in the middle of a battle, he had JUST defeated another Pokémon.
well then comes the idea of, do the pokemon in the anime have some kind of metaphysical exp bar that just lets them level up and evolve the same way it does in the games.
in Digimon it made sense because they were data based and the more data they gain from enemy’s or used special programs was how they changed and grew stronger.
in the pokemon anime it just seems a forced dramatic plot tool. I mean shouldn’t Pikachu be like a GOD by now?