I again couldn’t get yesterday’s prompt done but this was because I had a birthday party for myself, and I didn’t want to be worrying about this. So, I’ll be doing two in one again.
Most Epic Scene Ever
Gosh, this one is hard. Especially since there are multiple prompts that are close to this one. (Best fight scene, favorite attack, most badass scene). So, for this I guess I’m going with an anime I’m currently watching.
I like the scene in Yona of the Dawn where the fire clan general’s son, Tae-Jun is fighting Hak near a cliff, and then Yona decides to intervene so Hak doesn’t get any more hurt. It was a very powerful scene for her, showing she’s willing to put herself in danger before Hak gets hurt. It’s a really stand-out scene, since I think it’s really the start of Yona wanting to learn how to fight, and how she eventually begins shooting her bow.
Anime Character That Gets on your Nerves
The characters that generally get on my nerves the most are the “pervert” characters. They serve no purpose other than to engage fanservice, which I’ve stated before, is something I’m not fond of. It doesn’t matter if it’s male or female fanservice, I still don’t find any enjoyment in seeing it. So, sometimes it’s a female character that gets on my nerves too.
Examples of these characters would be Blair from Soul Eater (will explain in a second), Mineta from My Hero Academia (but everyone hates him), and Toritsuka from The Disastrous Life of Saiki K.
So, Blair isn’t necessarily the one who is excited about fanservice like the other two characters, but she’s the one who is the fanservice. But what makes her also a part of this little list is that she forcibly shows herself off to the other characters, particularly Soul, who wouldn’t have paid much attention in the first place. So she’s really just as bad as the other two I mentioned.
This isn’t to say if you like fanservice shows that you’re wrong, it’s just not something that I enjoy, so I get annoyed when it’s in a show I like otherwise. Sometimes it tarnishes the show for me.
I hope you enjoyed reading this, and I’ll try to get these out daily from now on so I don’t have to do this doubling up anymore.
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