Discussion in 'The Film Room' started by winb83, Sep 1, 2012.
I think its fate that Reinhard was chosen as this series' protagonist. Because when you take a closer look at it, Reuenthal is a true protagonist of logh. both characters are a great tactician, stubborn, have too much pride and are gunning to take down the goldenbaum Dynasty. I say that Reuenthal is a true protagonist because Reinhard gets easily manipulated and ends up being vulenrable. only one person had to be the protagnist, and the author chose reinhard with his feeble ass
@Straw Hat Luffy I said this shyt last month, lol I peeped fugo's disloyal ass from a mile away. He's better off sticking with the team then being by himself.
Its jojo's bizzarre, you gotta go along with such foolishness
Alright Anibrehs, where can I get a quality stream of Black Clover? I've got the Funimation App, which was beautiful but they stopped at the end of Season 2 Episode 71.
I'm counting on you, come through for me or I'll kill you.
Will tell you in the pm
Repped, Playdough Fist. :Skruggle:
You wrong for that
You know what I’m talking about too
I think in a long running narrative like this it’s more entertaining to follow a flawed protagonist who has to improve their vulnerabilities along the way rather than one who has all the answers. That’s probably why Reinhard was chosen to be the focus of the empire over Reuenthal who has less room to grow. Plus he’s the perfect foil for Yang
One is ambition personified, inspirational public figure and political influencer. An average strategist relative to his stacked roster if we’re being honest. Not much better than Bittenfeld.
The other is the best strategist in the universe. Nobody does more with less than he. But is lazy as hell, wants nothing to do with governing a body of people or being a public figure. Man is asked to lead a speech in El Facil, says two words and sits back down
Having these two polar opposites be the head of rival nations is a fun dynamic that you wouldn’t get as much if Reuenthal were the leader. Because if he were then the war would’ve probably ended mid series
What ep was this scene from?
Cuz I don’t recall seeing it and it wasn’t in the last one I saw which I thought was the lasted with the Shark Stand ep at the restaurant
Bucciarati took this fool in when he was being touched by his teachers and this the mother fukking thanks he gets? Judas.
It's the small moments like these in this part that makes it amazing.
I rewatched that scene like a thousand times.
Like these guys are the good guys in the story but it doesn't mean they are 100 percent good. Like they are in a mob for Christ sake so they have to be somewhat chaotic. That's what I like about these characters in part 5.
It's somewhat realistic.
Whats with the pedo vibes in seven deadly sins. I’m on episode 8 don’t think I can continue watching this shyt.
Right? Bucciarati gave him a new meaning of life and invested in him and his no good stand...the very least he could do is ride for him. How is a newbie like girono more loyal?
Abbachio joined after saying some bs like "my loyalty is with that organisation, and not to you"
Nikka you better get on this boat
Martha, it's the last scene from ep 20
Man seven deadly sins is fire breh
Stay with it its def worth watching