Time for Tanjiro to meet Alucard from Hellsing
It's like OPM-level parody at times. And I don't think that was intended.
Indeed. It feels both rushed and dragged out, which is an accomplishment in and of itself.
I chalk it up to poor translation. Poor in the sense that while it preserves the literal meaning, it kinda sounds like gibberish in English. But that being said, this sort of nomenclature is very common-place in Wuxia. Sounds just fine in Chinese, but sounds dumb in English.
sad that they translate Parhelion Rainbow as Fake Rainbow...official translation makes the attack names lamer imo
O cool you like it too. At least I’m not alone like soma thread lol
not as cool as the upper moon fights but i'm enjoying it well enough. hoping for muzan to change up his tactics a little bit now that he's getting 'weaker'
He hasn't been feeding though. It's as though he's been fasting for 9000 years but demons grow stronger, and apparently maintain strength, through eating.
The eating is a good point, but he's only been getting weaker now. Him defeating all the Pillars and Trio makes less and less sense with this, he was actually getting faster and stronger before.
Yeah, that really stuck out to me.
I see it as him getting weaker but also not going all out against the Pillars until he was getting tired of playing and since then Tanjiro has been fighting him at his ever-decreasing peak. I don't deny that it's to facilitate the 1v1 though.
I would prefer if he was going all out with the whips and the Pillars were holding him barely and slowly getting the hand of things, then he uses a new power and destroys them, then have the Tanjiro fight were he holds on his new power and he realizes what's happening. That would have been a better fight progression, make this age development make a lot more sense and still reach this exact point.
I generally remember extreme magic spam making fights incomprehensible earlier than that. More towards the end of the Magnostadt arc.
That was Ohtaka’s take on Nukes i think @[email protected] Magi shone while it kept to politics, the magic battles looked cool but the battle shonen was really its weak spot aside from some key battles