I suppose I will be the only fool to like seeing a evil Marisa like that, you know, like a real villain, like "AHAHA I THINK I AM INCREDIBLE! OH DARE YOU SCUM TO CHALLENGE THE GREAT MARISA? WANNA DIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE?".
Because it is in moment like this that a fight between a human and a yukkuri pass over the stupid "Abuse + Argument for making this abuse 'good'", pass over 75% of yukuri death on this site, and become a moment when we are "BEAT HER!" for a epic reason.
I don't care if Sin Sack destroy her in one hit, I don't care about the wall of comment who will be "Oh yes, kill her, she is a biatch, kill her", I just care about a story who seem a little epic at least.
In fact, a story who don't make excuse, without comment who make excuse.
I am not clear, oh, who care, I will be vote down but god, sometime, it is good to see something 'better' than the other shit. Like "I fight and kill you for protect something" and not "I abuse you in many way because the author create stupid reason to make my abuse valuable LOL, oh and the comment will search reason too because nobody assume, you know, stuff like that."
Year, I know, another comment like that, a stone in the sea but well, it is good to say that sometimes. So come on Sin Sack, destroy her.
Nevran said:-Wall of Text-
The "argument" or "validation" of this story is not any different from other story on which abuse isn't about "lol like them suffering, stress reliever, etc.", in fact it's darn common than the yukkuris in those stories are either villains or asshole victims that nobody will miss, as much having some nice yukkuris being victims of the previously mentioned "bad" yukkuris.
Please remember this is a meme derived community and group of work, expecting "epic tales" as the average is what netizens call "doing it wrong". Memes don't need such high standars, you can make epic stories as part of a bigger spectrum of standars, but expecting such stories to be the average is plainly giving any meme too much credit, no meme deserves such high standars.
I would suggest you the usual:
1) Focus on what you like. Comment on what you like, discuss yukkuris or give a non bashing constructive criticismn. This place is about having fun with the magical manjuus, regardless of what you consider "having fun with them" is.
2) Ignore what you don't like and don't feel the need to state "how much you dislike" that kind of works or anything while bashing it regardless of how those who like it won't appreciate you ruining their fun by bashing. Either be civil on those "things you don't like" threads or in a big story that lead to some serious discussion state a simple, non wall of text and civil statement of displeasure without any form of bashing, just a "well this clearly isn't something i can like/approve.".
3) Take It Easy!
Point 3 may be harder than what you expect (reason why many of us still hadn't reached PROFIT! yet) but at least 1 and 2 should be enough for a healthy and funny stay here in OYP.
Do you like Gundam? This is like Gundam serie. Idea of 2-legs Robot is unreal, waste resource , multi legs is better, low performence, not suit for military. It is not like I don't understand you. I understand all of that well. But I still like Gundam. A bit of unreasonable is toleratable as long as there is Gundam(Abuse) in series(Yukkuri).
EndEarth said:Do you like Gundam? This is like Gundam serie. Idea of 2-legs Robot is unreal, waste resource , multi legs is better, low performence, not suit for military. It is not like I don't understand you. I understand all of that well. But I still like Gundam. A bit of unreasonable is toleratable as long as there is Gundam(Abuse) in series(Yukkuri).
Beautiful. Saving this for future copypasta purposes.
Superior counter statement is Superior.
Way better than mine.
Bravo, bravo. Nicely done. Quite an original way to put it, too.
The idea of a two-legged robot is not unreal. We already have two-legged robots and also have mechanical exoskeletons that can be fitted around a person to enhance their strength:
You can think of a Gundam as a larger exoskeleton.
There are several reasons that a two-legged design is better. First, if the robot will be piloted by a human the human can use his legs to naturally control the robot's legs. This can allow a robot to have fluid leg control like a human. Second, with two legs there are less chances for a leg to stumble into a ditch or get obstructed by the environment.
As for not being suited for the military, that's incorrect. A military is made up of a variety of land, air, and sea units. A large bipedal robot would be an ideal candidate for certain missions. Multi-leg robots would be better for a ground artillery unit or transporting heavy loads across uneven terrain, but a bipedal robot with movements connected to a human's movements would be more agile and flexible than any multi-legged robotsk, being able to perform hit-and-run guerrila attacks that others types of robots would have a hard time countering.
I played a Super Nintendo game called Metal Warriors as a child and in that game I learned that each robot design had a different pros and cons.
SUN said:We already have two-legged robots and also have mechanical exoskeletons that can be fitted around a person to enhance their strength:
I mean 2-legs robot at gundam size. They are too heavy and will collapse, unwalkable, something like that. Some of us here is not english-speaking native. Sometime I shorten my word to take it easy.
I'd really like to back you up on that as giant humanoid fighting robots would be awesome, but the main reason we don't have them (other than than it being an engineering nightmare) is because they would have an absurdly large profile.
Ever wonder why tanks and damn near all other military vehices are always built so relatively low to the ground? Anything taller would be too big of a target. It only works for gundams as they're made of some kind of sci-fi "nearindestructium" and peppering them with normal anti-tank weapons doesn't work.
Hear hear!After all, what good is a giant mech if we can pound it to dust with missiles or artillery from miles away?
Also, think about this, exactly how many times do you see gundam's, in ANY of the various gundam universe's, engage the enemy from miles away?The answer is: Rarely, if ever. (and yes, there is a few exceptions, but when compared against the number of ones that don't fight at range....)
Granted, some of the universes have semi-reasonable excuses but others never even talk about it. (The UC universe has a semi-reasonable excuse, for example.)
Anyways, we've gotten way off topic, so we should probably stop. XP
Best derailment ever, between EndEarth's Gundam analogy and SUN mentioning the awesome known as "Metal Warriors", i can say i'm happy with the outcome of this comments, even if it's a blatlant derailment.