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28th Jun '16 8:04:56 PM Valiona
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** The [[TournamentArc Demon World Tournament]] subverts the usual formula. The main characters and villains aren't placed on opposite sides of the bracket (in stark contrast to this happening with Yusuke and Rando in Genkai's tournament, and Team Urameshi and Team Toguro in the Dark Tournament) and end up facing each other in the quarter finals. The main villain defeats the main character, but expends so much energy doing so that he loses to some no-name in the next round, allowing a minor character to come from behind to take the win.

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** The [[TournamentArc Demon World Tournament]] subverts the usual formula. The main characters and villains aren't placed on opposite sides of the bracket (in stark contrast to this happening with Yusuke and Rando in Genkai's tournament, and Team Urameshi and Team Toguro in the Dark Tournament) and end up facing each other in the quarter finals. The main villain defeats the main character, but expends so much energy doing so that he loses to some no-name in the next round, allowing who then loses to ''another'' no-name in the round after that, eventually leading to a minor character to come from behind to take taking the win.


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** In the Aincrad arc, Nishida, who worked on Sword Art Online, notes that he's in no hurry to leave Aincrad, because since he's in a technical occupation, his skills are completely outdated after two years trapped inside. Similarly, once they leave Aincrad, the survivors are behind in various ways (when Kirito's sister notes that he was a good student, he says that was before he went into SAO), and so apply to a special school for survivors, which the government establishes in part as a means of monitoring them for antisocial tendencies.
** Shino's situation as a MinorLivingAlone is far from ideal. She has trouble making ends meet, to the point at which she, despite being unwilling to sell Hecate (a weapon in GGO that is very powerful and of great personal significance to her), has to admit that it would go a long way toward paying her expenses. Several unscrupulous classmates take advantage of her to host parties at her apartment. Worst of all, [[spoiler:Shino gets targeted by a serial killer because she lives alone and is a vulnerable target]].
25th Jun '16 1:25:50 PM KingLyger
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** When Natsu faces off against Gildarts, it's obvious that Gildarts is way out of Natsu's league. Finally, Natsu provokes Gildarts into [[IAmNotLeftHanded showing how strong his magic is]], and the full power of Gildarts is literally earth-shattering. Natsu concedes defeat without even throwing another punch.

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** When Natsu faces off against Gildarts, it's obvious that Gildarts is way out of Natsu's league. Finally, Natsu provokes Gildarts into [[IAmNotLeftHanded showing how strong his magic is]], and the full power of Gildarts just Gildarts' BattleAura is literally earth-shattering. Natsu concedes defeat without even throwing another punch.punch.
** Later on, Natsu comes across Acnologia, while remembering [[YouAreNotReady Gildarts telling Natsu that he was absolutely not ready]] to fight Acnologia alone. Natsu, clearly having [[CharacterDevelopment learned his lesson]], takes the advice and gets his fellow guild members to help him. [[BreakTheBadass They still lose]]. ''[[CurbStompBattle Badly]]''. Turns out that Acnologia isn't TheDreaded for nothing.
25th Jun '16 10:58:03 AM DoctorTItanX
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** When [[spoiler: Yhwach truly kills Yamamoto, rather than simply leave his corpse behind for somebody to revive with to come back fully restored, he obliterates his body, to make sure he cannot be a threat to him ever again.]] What? You think [[spoiler: the Quincy leader of Wandenreich is going to just make a mistake after he fully knows about Orihime's abilities and even noted why Yamamoto didn't ask Orihime to restore his arm?]]

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** When [[spoiler: Yhwach truly kills Yamamoto, rather than simply leave his corpse behind for somebody to revive with to come back fully restored, he obliterates his body, to make sure he cannot be a threat to him ever again.]] What? You think [[spoiler: the Quincy leader of Wandenreich is going to just make a mistake after he fully knows about Orihime's abilities and even noted why Yamamoto didn't simply ask Orihime to restore his arm?]]
24th Jun '16 5:51:32 PM res20stupid
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*** [[spoiler: The Japanese government and Self-Defense Force knowingly placed an EldritchAbomination inside a school as a teacher (a [[CoolTeacher really good one]], though) and ordered a class of 15-year olds to kill it. When this gets out to the public as well, they are horrified and disgusted and, while we only see the backlash against the school for allowing it, it probably ended a few political and military careers as well.]]
24th Jun '16 5:46:03 PM KingLyger
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** After being pushed in his conflict with the Minks, Jack the Drought, right hand of the psychopathic pirate emperor Kaido and a sociopath himself, attempts to attack the Mink's home, the giant elephant Zunisha. While he gets points for trying, he was attacking something big enough to have a ''sustainable ecosystem'' with little more than cannons. The only reason it almost worked is because Zunisha did something and was sentenced to not fight, even in self-defence, unless commanded. Once Momonosuke, who can command him gives the order, Zunisha takes out Jack's entire fleet in a single attack. And while Jack is a monster with a one billion berry bounty and powerful enough that it's warranted, he's still a devil fruit user so with his ship sank there was nothing to save him [[spoiler: except that he was apparently a fishman, though that's made it just as bad for him, as he's stuck at the bottom of the ocean completely unable to move unless he's rescued or starves to death, whichever comes first.]]

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** After being pushed in his conflict with the Minks, Jack the Drought, right hand of the psychopathic pirate emperor Kaido and a sociopath himself, Drought attempts to attack the Mink's home, the giant elephant Zunisha. While he gets points for trying, Since he was attacking something big enough to have a ''sustainable ecosystem'' with little more than cannons. cannons, it hardly had an effect. The only reason it almost worked is because Zunisha did something and was sentenced to not fight, even in self-defence, self-defense, unless commanded. Once Momonosuke, who can command him gives the order, order is given, Zunisha takes out Jack's entire fleet in a single attack. attack.
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And while Jack is a fishman monster with a one billion berry bounty and powerful enough that it's warranted, he's still a devil fruit user so with his Devil Fruit user. When Jack's ship sank there was nothing sank, he sunk to save him [[spoiler: except that he was apparently a fishman, though that's made it just as bad for him, as he's stuck at the bottom of the ocean completely ocean, unable to move unless he's rescued or starves to death, whichever comes first.]]move. Even though he can breathe underwater, being trapped with no way out means he'll eventually die.
24th Jun '16 6:18:27 AM res20stupid
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** The other plot of the manga besides murdering Koro-Sensei is the Class-E system where failing students are purposefully segregated into a single 'classroom' (a run down building far away from the actual school), bullied and tormented by both students *and* teachers (which is engineered by the chairman of the school) and automatic expulsion at the end of the year if they can't raise their grades above a certain threshold. The students are also not taught part of a certain subject matter before an important test ''because'' Koro-Sensei had been teaching his students too well. So, what would happen if word of this system gets out? [[spoiler: ''National. Public. Outrage''. Asano Sr. is forced out of his position as chairman in disgrace near the end of the manga.]]

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** The other plot of the manga besides murdering Koro-Sensei is the Class-E system where failing students are purposefully segregated into a single 'classroom' (a run down building far away from the actual school), bullied and tormented by both students *and* ''and'' teachers (which is engineered by the chairman of the school) and automatic expulsion at the end of the year if they can't raise their grades above a certain threshold. The students are also not taught part of a certain subject matter before an important test ''because'' Koro-Sensei had been teaching his students too well. So, what would happen if word of this system gets out? [[spoiler: ''National. Public. Outrage''. Asano Sr. is forced out of his position as chairman in disgrace near the end of the manga.]]
24th Jun '16 6:17:34 AM res20stupid
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** The other plot of the manga besides murdering Koro-Sensei is the Class-E system where failing students are purposefully segregated into a single 'classroom' (a run down building far away from the actual school), bullied and tormented by both students *and* teachers (which is engineered by the chairman of the school) and automatic expulsion at the end of the year if they can't raise their grades above a certain threshold. The students are also not caught part of a certain subject matter before an important test *because* Koro-Sensei had been teaching his students too well. So, what would happen if word of this system gets out? [[spoiler: ''National. Public. Outrage''. Asano Sr. is forced out of his position as chairman in disgrace near the end of the manga.]]

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** The other plot of the manga besides murdering Koro-Sensei is the Class-E system where failing students are purposefully segregated into a single 'classroom' (a run down building far away from the actual school), bullied and tormented by both students *and* teachers (which is engineered by the chairman of the school) and automatic expulsion at the end of the year if they can't raise their grades above a certain threshold. The students are also not caught taught part of a certain subject matter before an important test *because* ''because'' Koro-Sensei had been teaching his students too well. So, what would happen if word of this system gets out? [[spoiler: ''National. Public. Outrage''. Asano Sr. is forced out of his position as chairman in disgrace near the end of the manga.]]
24th Jun '16 6:16:17 AM res20stupid
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* The non-assassination plot of the manga is the Class-E system where failing students are purposefully segregated into a single 'classroom' (a run down building far away from the actual school), bullied and tormented by both students *and* teachers (which is engineered by the chairman of the school) and automatic expulsion at the end of the year if they can't raise their grades above a certain threshold. The students are also not caught part of a certain subject matter before an important test *because* Koro-Sensei had been teaching his students too well. So, what would happen if word of this system gets out? [[spoiler: ''National. Public. Outrage''. Asano Sr. is forced out of his position as chairman in disgrace near the end of the manga.]]

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* ** The non-assassination other plot of the manga besides murdering Koro-Sensei is the Class-E system where failing students are purposefully segregated into a single 'classroom' (a run down building far away from the actual school), bullied and tormented by both students *and* teachers (which is engineered by the chairman of the school) and automatic expulsion at the end of the year if they can't raise their grades above a certain threshold. The students are also not caught part of a certain subject matter before an important test *because* Koro-Sensei had been teaching his students too well. So, what would happen if word of this system gets out? [[spoiler: ''National. Public. Outrage''. Asano Sr. is forced out of his position as chairman in disgrace near the end of the manga.]]
24th Jun '16 6:15:44 AM res20stupid
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* The non-assassination plot of the manga is the Class-E system where failing students are purposefully segregated into a single 'classroom' (a run down building far away from the actual school), bullied and tormented by both students *and* teachers (which is engineered by the chairman of the school) and automatic expulsion at the end of the year if they can't raise their grades above a certain threshold. The students are also not caught part of a certain subject matter before an important test *because* Koro-Sensei had been teaching his students too well. So, what would happen if word of this system gets out? [[spoiler: ''National. Public. Outrage''. Asano Sr. is forced out of his position as chairman in disgrace near the end of the manga.]]
14th Jun '16 9:24:14 PM DoctorTItanX
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** Several characters, such as Ichibei, Rose, and even Aizen find out the hard way that ExplainingYourPowerToTheEnemy will get you killed when your opponent inevitably figures out your weakness as a result.
** When Nnoitra attacks Ichigo, (Whose worn out from a brutal fight), Orihime protests. Nnoitra scoffs, stating that they're in his (enemy) territory, and that the previous fight gave him insight in to all of Ichigo's abilities.

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** Several characters, such as Ichibei, Rose, and even Aizen find out the hard way that ExplainingYourPowerToTheEnemy will get you defeated or killed when your opponent inevitably figures out your weakness as a result.
** When Nnoitra attacks Ichigo, (Whose Ichigo (who was worn out from a brutal fight), Orihime protests. Nnoitra scoffs, stating that they're in his (enemy) territory, and that the previous fight gave him insight in to all of Ichigo's abilities.
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