So can anyone explain me this?
Aren't they supposed to have the memories from the couple?, why he didn't know if it was truth or not that she was just pretending that she was cheating him?
No. Not this shit again. I refuse. Let's discuss the full OP instead.
More importantly can someone please explain to me the POINT of the show? Is it along the lines of cute arbiters doing cute things?
There's no "moral of the story" at the conclusion of every "story". It's just:
>this happened here at this time.
The stories are standalone and the reoccurring characters hardly get any development.
Don't get me wrong, I enjoy watching it but every time I finish an episode I look back and go "OK, so?"
But we're 6 episodes in and it has not progressed beyond that. What you wrote could literally be covered in half an episode, maybe less.
>You're there to see what they do day to day.
More like you're there to see what arbiters do day to day.
we've seen nothing from the higher ups. Nona reads the same book every day in her mansion. Almost-god-san plays pool when nona's there and faps during other times? That vampire-skull-girl....plays tetris all day. Did I miss anything?
>An anime has one plot inconsistency
>It's the end of the world
Nigger, these shows are written by at best middle of the barrel writers, more likely bottom of the barrel. They aren't from Hollywood, they don't take 8 university courses on how to construct stories, they aren't paid hundreds of thousands of dollars, and they don't have a dozen editors that search their story over 20 times for inconsistencies and errors.
Anime is typically a rush job with a low budget, if you enjoy anime you're probably gonna have to be a tad more lenient.
>They aren't from Hollywood
And I am grateful for it
Anime writing isn't even close to better than Hollywood writing. If you are trying to imply that the anime industry is somehow more original and inspired than Hollywood, holy fuck are you wrong. They are easily as cynical as one another.
>only cares about money and pushing political ideology
>hmm how can they accomplish this.png
>make generic film that appeal to masses
>the masses are mentally deficient
>the movies are made for the mass
>mfw someone thinks Hollywood means better quality and not profit
>Thinking I said Hollywood mean better quality.
Actually read the post before responding dumb ass. I said they are both just as driven monetarily. One is desperate to sell figurines and DVDs to idiots that are entertained by little girls with dog ears and huge tits, and the other is selling light shows, explosions, pretty colors and popcorn snacks to people who stare at a screen.
Whoever might possibly be behind these posts?
>Ctrl+F driven monetarily
>I said they are both just as driven monetarily
Sure you did.
I said anime and Hollywood were just as cynical as one another, and that implies they are more out to make money than to express themselves.
It's sad I have to spell this out to you.
The last, almost decent thing they have made is a butchered american version movie of a japanese light novel.
Hollywood is only special effects and jewish romantic comedies.
Hollywood obviously has better writing. They have a long history of taking Japanese things and making them better. Pic related.
>being a bottom of the barrel writer having anything to do with how many editors you have or how correctly you can connect your sentences thanks to your university classes
Maybe you need some editors for you posts, anon, then you can pretend your a better righter 2!
I'm pretty sure both Hollywood and the anime industry are pretty fucking Jewish. The difference is one of them is just more successful. Anime shills hard on dvd sales and figurines.
I remember how hard they fucking shilled the shitty Kaiji live action movies, so they could remove several minutes of animated footage per episode, I could hardly tell shots of the show apart, it was just a blur of silver balls.
You realize people go to classes at universities to understand how to better construct stories, right? We aren't talking about grammar, we are talking plot construction, how to handle character development, how to pace a story, how to structure your story into acts properly and shit like that.
Also having editors can make a big difference in quality of writing. An author is bound to make a few plot inconsistencies, nonsensical character behaviors, plot holes and whatever. Having some good editors really look through your work over 30 times to find shit that doesn't make sense can actually save a TV show, movie or anime. Hell, Star Wars was salvaged by the editors.
C's face is cracking me up
So did the idol and the qt both get reincarnated?
Because the freshness and shock value has worn off and you realize the show simply doesn't have anything other than "Don't cheat on you're waifus if you don't wanna end up like Makoto in School days".
They don't have every single memory from them, or rather they get the memories so quickly that they lose detail.
Like Decim said it's more like a kaleidoscope rather than just straight getting all of the memories.
It apparently helps the arbiters form a judgement more based on the game but still keeping their previous lives in mind when making the decision
Seems like she did actually cheat on him but really regretted the decision, I assume it was because he already thought at the time that she married him for his money and was therefore being cold to her, maybe she thought she'd feel better after 'getting back at him' for that.
The masks. This was made extraordinarily clear in episode 1.