History YMMV / TheSevenDeadlySins

7th Mar '17 2:12:33 PM Elfkaiser
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* UnfortunateImplications: As WebVideo/{{Arkada}} pointed out in his [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pQ_IxLuQRXU&t=454s review]], the two prominent females, Elizabeth and Diane, react to Meliodas's perverted behavior. Elizabeth usually sits there and takes it. Diane is usually the one to reprimand him for it, but not because he's acting like a pervert, but because she's jealous he's not doing it to her.
2nd Mar '17 4:54:13 PM Animeking1108
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* UnfortunateImplications: As WebVideo/{{Arkada}} pointed out in his [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pQ_IxLuQRXU&t=454s review]], the two prominent females, Elizabeth and Diane, react to Meliodas's perverted behavior. Elizabeth usually sits there and takes it. Diane is usually the one to reprimand him for it, but not because he's acting like a pervert, but because she's jealous he's not doing it to her.
27th Jan '17 4:39:39 AM LISBOAH
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* Ludociel [[spoiler: cappturing thousands of non-combatant demons as hostages just to use them as baits, taking advantage Elizabeth's desire to make peace with the demons and killing all the hostages when they were no longer useful.]]

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* ** Ludociel [[spoiler: cappturing thousands of non-combatant demons as hostages just to use them as baits, taking advantage Elizabeth's desire to make peace with the demons and killing all the hostages when they were no longer useful.]]
27th Jan '17 4:38:41 AM LISBOAH
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* Ludociel [[spoiler: cappturing thousands of non-combatant demons as hostages just to use them as baits, taking advantage Elizabeth's desire to make peace with the demons and killing all the hostages when they were no longer useful.]]


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* RootingForTheEmpire: After the most recent chapters, some fans are begining to start rooting for the Demon Clan. [[spoiler: The Ten Commandments are not only a BadassCrew but [[EvilIsCool are clearly awesome]]. Plus they have every reason to seek Britannia's destruction: one of their brethren betrays them, killing two of his comrades, and the Goddess Clan takes this opportunity to incite the other races to attack the demons, which ended with the demons being sealed for three thousand years, while [[KarmaHoudini the ones truly responsible for the war enjoyed the spoils]]. It doesn´t help the fact the Goddess Clan are clearly not in any way better than the demons as they captured thousands of demon civilians, children included, just for bait and killed them all.]]
15th Jan '17 2:15:45 PM DustSnitch
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* FanPreferredCouple: Some argue that Jericho deserves a break for all the trouble that she goes through for Ban and have her love rewarded by the guy, despite Ban and practically every other character having already said that he will ''only'' have eyes for Elaine. The number of times that Jericho has fumed with frustration every time she hears from Ban's mouth that he will do anything for Elaine counts as a few [[KickTheDog blows to her self-esteem]] since she would like it if Ban spoke that way about her too. Some fans want her to "win" even more after she successfully kept both Ban AND Elaine alive while running away from ''two'' of the Ten Commandments, even unknowingly leading them to their demise by having them run into [[{{Badass}} Escanor]]. After the danger has passed, she even accepts Elaine as a friend despite the revived fairy trying to kill her before; providing her the speech necessary to snap Elaine out of her temporary madness. Since he's the embodiment of "greed", [[MarryThemAll couldn't Ban have both Elaine AND Jericho]], thus making both girls happy?

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* FanPreferredCouple: Some argue that Jericho deserves a break for all the trouble that she goes through for Ban and have her love rewarded by the guy, despite Ban and practically every other character having already said that he will ''only'' have eyes for Elaine. The number of times that Jericho has fumed with frustration every time she hears from Ban's mouth that he will do anything for Elaine counts as a few [[KickTheDog blows to her self-esteem]] since she would like it if Ban spoke that way about her too. Some fans want her to "win" even more after she successfully kept both Ban AND Elaine alive while running away from ''two'' of the Ten Commandments, even unknowingly leading them to their demise by having them run into [[{{Badass}} Escanor]].Escanor. After the danger has passed, she even accepts Elaine as a friend despite the revived fairy trying to kill her before; providing her the speech necessary to snap Elaine out of her temporary madness. Since he's the embodiment of "greed", [[MarryThemAll couldn't Ban have both Elaine AND Jericho]], thus making both girls happy?
15th Dec '16 8:04:28 AM Elfkaiser
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** The rather underwhelming defeat of [[spoiler: Estarossa by Escanor]] in the latest chapters is seeing some split fans. Escanor still has his AwesomeEgo that everyone loves, but after watching [[spoiler: Estarossa easily brutalize Meliodas]], many felt that he went down entirely too easily for someone with that much potential to someone with [[spoiler: Escanor's win streak]]. It doesn't help that [[spoiler: Escanor]] doesn't have any of the same level of backstory that the others do.

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** The rather underwhelming defeat of [[spoiler: Estarossa by Escanor]] in the latest chapters is seeing has some split fans.fans split. Escanor still has his AwesomeEgo that everyone loves, but after watching [[spoiler: Estarossa easily brutalize Meliodas]], many felt that he went down entirely too easily for someone with that much potential to someone with [[spoiler: Escanor's win streak]]. It doesn't help that [[spoiler: Escanor]] doesn't have any of the same level of backstory that the others do.
27th Oct '16 7:53:53 AM Elfkaiser
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** When it comes to the romantic relationships especially for the main leads, the series runs a gamut of romances that could be considered unconventional. These include InterspeciesRomance, MayflyDecemberRomance, EternalLove, and ReincarnationRomance. Some of the more unconventional relationships in the series of note involve those wherein one character is [[TheAgeless ageless]] and [[ReallySevenHundredYearsOld chronologically very old yet looks practically child-like]], while their love interest is chronologically younger but looks physically older than them. While the tropes involved in these relationships justify them, their bare appearance can be attributed to the age of consent that Japan has.

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** When it comes to the romantic relationships especially for the main leads, the series runs a gamut of romances that could be considered unconventional. These include InterspeciesRomance, MayflyDecemberRomance, EternalLove, and ReincarnationRomance. Some of the more unconventional relationships in the series of note involve those wherein one character is [[TheAgeless ageless]] and [[ReallySevenHundredYearsOld chronologically very old yet looks practically prepubescent child-like]], while their love interest is chronologically younger but looks physically older than them. While the tropes involved in these relationships justify them, them or at the very least make the matter complicated, their bare appearance can be attributed to the age of consent that Japan has.
26th Oct '16 9:21:52 AM Elfkaiser
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* ValuesDissonance: As an anime/manga series straight from Japan, a number of things can be attributed to as being products of Japanese cultural norm than anything else.
** Meliodas' perverted behavior towards Elizabeth and her general submissive attitude towards it is often portrayed in a comedic tone. Much of this can be attributed to just being part of the {{Ecchi}} comedy the series showcases.
** When it comes to the romantic relationships especially for the main leads, the series runs a gamut of romances that could be considered unconventional. These include InterspeciesRomance, MayflyDecemberRomance, EternalLove, and ReincarnationRomance. Some of the more unconventional relationships in the series of note involve those wherein one character is [[TheAgeless ageless]] and [[ReallySevenHundredYearsOld chronologically very old yet looks practically child-like]], while their love interest is chronologically younger but looks physically older than them. While the tropes involved in these relationships justify them, their bare appearance can be attributed to the age of consent that Japan has.
26th Oct '16 6:52:55 AM Elfkaiser
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** Meliodas sexually harassing Elizabeth. Many people outright refuse to watch the series because of this due to him rarely getting reprimanded for it, and when he does, it's a slap on the wrist at best.
26th Oct '16 6:50:59 AM Elfkaiser
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** The relationship between Ban and Elaine is easily the most contentious relationship with the fandom short of Elizabeth and Meliodas. Even if Elaine didn't resemble a small child, more detail on that below under {{Squick}}, the bond between the two is from the start of the story known to be powerful and endless, to the extent that Elaine defies King and frees Ban from his FateWorseThanDeath of fossilization. Its detractors point out that this feels forced because the basis of their relationship though, is a bond that grew over only ''seven days'' compared to the ''seven hundred years'' Elaine had been guarding the Fountain of Youth, which started when Ban tried to steal the fountain, was keeping their tree alive, because....well, just because he wanted to live forever, and see if something good would eventually happen to him. Its fans are heated defenders, claiming that sweeping romance is indeed a thing and happens sometime and that Elaine's kindness is an inspiring example of what love ''should'' be founded on. It's got just enough devoted fans to compete with Ban x Jericho, seen below under FanPreferredCouple.
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