History YMMV / ShakuganNoShana

18th Oct '17 1:13:05 PM eschlowx
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* DarknessInducedAudienceApathy: Weirdly enough, it's kind of [[InvertedTrope inverted]] in the final arc. By the end of the series, it's clear that not only are the Flame Haze and Bal Masque's goals entirely noble, they're actually completely compatible. The Flame Haze want to make it impossible for the Denizens to get power of existence by eating humans in Xanadu, and the Denizens don't want to eat humans any more anyway. Thus, it doesn't really matter which side wins, since everyone is going to be happy in the end. So...Lightness-Induced Audience Apathy? Is that even a thing?

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* DarknessInducedAudienceApathy: Weirdly enough, it's kind of [[InvertedTrope inverted]] in the final arc. By the end of the series, it's clear that not only are the Flame Haze and Bal Masque's goals entirely noble, [[IdiotPlot they're actually completely compatible.compatible]]. The Flame Haze want to make it impossible for the Denizens to get power of existence by eating humans in Xanadu, and the Denizens don't want to eat humans any more anyway. Thus, it doesn't really matter which side wins, since everyone is going to be happy in the end. So...Lightness-Induced Audience Apathy? Is that even a thing?
25th May '17 11:20:26 PM eschlowx
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** Moreover, the Flame Haze don't even ''need'' to just trust the Denizens. Since everyone agrees that the Denizens should stop eating humans, [[spoiler:Snake of the Festival Yuji]] could have simply decided, right from the start, to make it impossible for them to obtain power of existence in Xanadu this way. Thus, the Flame Haze wouldn't have to take the Denizens' desire to reform on faith, and the conflict would have been entirely eliminated.

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** Moreover, the Flame Haze don't even ''need'' to just trust the Denizens. Since everyone agrees that the Denizens should stop eating humans, [[spoiler:Snake of the Festival Yuji]] could have simply decided, decided on his own, right from the start, to make it impossible for them to obtain power of existence in Xanadu this way. Thus, the Flame Haze wouldn't have to take the Denizens' desire to reform on faith, and the conflict would have been entirely eliminated.
25th May '17 11:18:58 PM eschlowx
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** Moreover, the Flame Haze don't even ''need'' to just trust the Denizens. Since everyone agrees that the Denizens should stop eating humans, Snake of the Festival Yuji could have simply decided, right from the start, to make it impossible for them to obtain power of existence in Xanadu this way. Thus, the Flame Haze wouldn't have to take the Denizens' desire to reform on faith, and the conflict would have been entirely eliminated.

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** Moreover, the Flame Haze don't even ''need'' to just trust the Denizens. Since everyone agrees that the Denizens should stop eating humans, Snake [[spoiler:Snake of the Festival Yuji Yuji]] could have simply decided, right from the start, to make it impossible for them to obtain power of existence in Xanadu this way. Thus, the Flame Haze wouldn't have to take the Denizens' desire to reform on faith, and the conflict would have been entirely eliminated.
25th May '17 1:03:26 AM eschlowx
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* DarknessInducedAudienceApathy: Weirdly enough, it's kind of [[InvertedTrope inverted]] in the final arc. By the end of the series, it's clear that not only are the Flame Haze and Bal Masque's goals entirely noble, they're actually complete compatible. The Flame Haze want to make it impossible for the Denizens to get power of existence by eating humans in Xanadu, and the Denizens don't want to eat humans any more anyway. Thus, it doesn't really matter which side wins, since everyone is going to be happy in the end. So...Lightness-Induced Audience Apathy? Is that even a thing?

to:

* DarknessInducedAudienceApathy: Weirdly enough, it's kind of [[InvertedTrope inverted]] in the final arc. By the end of the series, it's clear that not only are the Flame Haze and Bal Masque's goals entirely noble, they're actually complete completely compatible. The Flame Haze want to make it impossible for the Denizens to get power of existence by eating humans in Xanadu, and the Denizens don't want to eat humans any more anyway. Thus, it doesn't really matter which side wins, since everyone is going to be happy in the end. So...Lightness-Induced Audience Apathy? Is that even a thing?
25th May '17 12:58:43 AM eschlowx
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* DarknessInducedAudienceApathy: Weirdly enough, it's kind of [[InvertedTrope inverted]] in the final arc. By the end of the series, it's clear that not only are the Flame Haze and Bal Masque's goals entirely noble, they're actually complete compatible. The Flame Haze want to make it impossible for the Denizens to get power of existence by eating humans in Xanadu, and the Denizens don't want to eat humans any more anyway. Thus, it doesn't really matter which side wins, since everyone is going to be happy in the end. So...Lightness-Induced Audience Apathy? Is that even a thing?
25th May '17 12:36:33 AM eschlowx
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** Moreover, the Flame Haze don't even ''need'' to just trust the Denizens. Since everyone agrees that the Denizens should stop eating humans, Snake of the Festival Yuji could have decided himself, right from the start, to make it impossible for them to obtain power of existence in Xanadu this way. Thus, the Flame Haze wouldn't have to take the Denizens' desire to reform on faith, and the conflict would have been entirely eliminated.

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** Moreover, the Flame Haze don't even ''need'' to just trust the Denizens. Since everyone agrees that the Denizens should stop eating humans, Snake of the Festival Yuji could have decided himself, simply decided, right from the start, to make it impossible for them to obtain power of existence in Xanadu this way. Thus, the Flame Haze wouldn't have to take the Denizens' desire to reform on faith, and the conflict would have been entirely eliminated.
25th May '17 12:34:10 AM eschlowx
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** Moreover, the Flame Haze don't even ''need'' to just trust the Denizens. Since everyone agrees that the Denizens should stop eating humans, Snake of the Festival Yuji could have simply decided himself to make it impossible for them to obtain power of existence in Xanadu this way. Thus, the Flame Haze wouldn't have to take the Denizens' desire to reform on faith, and the conflict would have been entirely eliminated.

to:

** Moreover, the Flame Haze don't even ''need'' to just trust the Denizens. Since everyone agrees that the Denizens should stop eating humans, Snake of the Festival Yuji could have simply decided himself himself, right from the start, to make it impossible for them to obtain power of existence in Xanadu this way. Thus, the Flame Haze wouldn't have to take the Denizens' desire to reform on faith, and the conflict would have been entirely eliminated.
25th May '17 12:25:34 AM eschlowx
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** It's particularly glaring given that Snake of the Festival Yuji knows exactly why the Flame Haze are opposed to his plan. If he had himself decided to make it impossible for the Denizens to obtain power of existence from humans in Xanadu, the Flame Haze would not have to take it on faith that the Denizens will stop eating humans, thus eliminating the conflict entirely. As he is able to [[OutGambitted out-gambit]] the Flame Haze army at every turn, there's really no reason that he couldn't have thought of this.

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** It's particularly glaring given Moreover, the Flame Haze don't even ''need'' to just trust the Denizens. Since everyone agrees that the Denizens should stop eating humans, Snake of the Festival Yuji knows exactly why the Flame Haze are opposed to his plan. If he had could have simply decided himself decided to make it impossible for the Denizens them to obtain power of existence from humans in Xanadu, Xanadu this way. Thus, the Flame Haze would not wouldn't have to take it on faith that the Denizens will stop eating humans, thus eliminating Denizens' desire to reform on faith, and the conflict entirely. As he is able to [[OutGambitted out-gambit]] the Flame Haze army at every turn, there's really no reason that he couldn't would have thought of this.been entirely eliminated.
25th May '17 12:07:53 AM eschlowx
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** It's particularly glaring given that Snake of the Festival Yuji comes off as a fairly adept [[TheChessmaster Chessmaster]], outsmarting the Flame Haze army at every turn. As such, it seems that he himself could have easily inserted the code preventing the Denizens from obtaining power of existence by eating humans in Xanadu. The Denizens wouldn't be resistant to that, as they apparently don't want to eat humans anymore, and the Flame Haze don't have to take it on faith that the Denizens will control themselves, thus eliminating the conflict entirely.

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** It's particularly glaring given that Snake of the Festival Yuji comes off as a fairly adept [[TheChessmaster Chessmaster]], outsmarting knows exactly why the Flame Haze army at every turn. As such, it seems that are opposed to his plan. If he had himself could have easily inserted the code preventing decided to make it impossible for the Denizens from obtaining to obtain power of existence by eating from humans in Xanadu. The Denizens wouldn't be resistant to that, as they apparently don't want to eat humans anymore, and Xanadu, the Flame Haze don't would not have to take it on faith that the Denizens will control themselves, stop eating humans, thus eliminating the conflict entirely.entirely. As he is able to [[OutGambitted out-gambit]] the Flame Haze army at every turn, there's really no reason that he couldn't have thought of this.
24th May '17 11:46:40 PM eschlowx
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** It's particularly glaring given that Snake of the Festival Yuji comes off as a fairly adept [[TheChessmaster Chessmaster]], outsmarting the Flame Haze army at every turn. As such, it seems that he himself could have easily inserted the code preventing the Denizens from obtaining power of existence by eating humans in Xanadu. The Denizens wouldn't be resistant to that, as they apparently don't want to eat humans anymore, and the Flame Haze don't have to take it on faith that the Denizens will control themselves, thus eliminating the conflict entirely.
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