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Do you recommend fairy tail anime,to others?

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Star_Of_Hope Offline Akatsuki
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07-21-2015, 02:22 AM #11
(07-20-2015, 02:10 AM)Naiwen Wrote:  Yes, I would recommend Fairy Tail to others! It;s got lots of action and lots of characterization, and Omg, I love Lucy especially, she's my favourite character from it! I love her powers!

What's so special about celestial spirit powers? She can't even protect herself without her spirits.

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07-21-2015, 03:40 AM #12
YES! I recommend the anime to as many people as possible, but it usually ends with them turning it down due to assuming it revolves around "fairies" and as such believing it not to be worth their time. It's understandable, though - When I first came across this anime I was skeptical as well due to the name. Tongue

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07-21-2015, 09:22 PM #13
(07-21-2015, 03:40 AM)Gray Wrote:  YES! I recommend the anime to as many people as possible, but it usually ends with them turning it down due to assuming it revolves around "fairies" and as such believing it not to be worth their time. It's understandable, though - When I first came across this anime I was skeptical as well due to the name. Tongue

Later they explained why it's called fairy tail and that explanation isn't bad at all, gray Grin
Don't you agree with me? Grin

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07-25-2015, 10:30 PM #14
(07-21-2015, 09:22 PM)Star_Of_Hope Wrote:  
(07-21-2015, 03:40 AM)Gray Wrote:  YES! I recommend the anime to as many people as possible, but it usually ends with them turning it down due to assuming it revolves around "fairies" and as such believing it not to be worth their time. It's understandable, though - When I first came across this anime I was skeptical as well due to the name. Tongue
Could you care to tell us why though? I don't know.
Later they explained why it's called fairy tail and that explanation isn't bad at all, gray Grin
Don't you agree with me? Grin

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08-19-2015, 01:59 AM #15
If the person is someone fairly new to anime then I would recommend it to him/him. If he has watched a good deal of anime, then nope, I wouldn't. I dropped it after the Pandemonium episode. I had intended to drop it before that but I wanted to see the Pandemonium and Cana being badass animated.

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08-19-2015, 02:44 AM #16
I would if the person is a fan of Bleach and Naruto and asks for something similar. But even then FT wouldn't be my first recommendation, I would first suggest FMA and Hunter x Hunter. If he is completely new to anime, but would likely enjoy shounen fighting shows, I would suggest Bleach or Naruto instead.

(08-19-2015, 01:59 AM)Bakanyan Wrote:  If the person is someone fairly new to anime then I would recommend it to him/him. If he has watched a good deal of anime, then nope, I wouldn't. I dropped it after the Pandemonium episode. I had intended to drop it before that but I wanted to see the Pandemonium and Cana being badass animated.

Fair enough. Isn't it a bit strange though, that we would recommend to a newcomer series that we know have flaws? =)

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08-19-2015, 03:15 AM #17
(08-19-2015, 02:44 AM)Sindar Wrote:  
(08-19-2015, 01:59 AM)Bakanyan Wrote:  If the person is someone fairly new to anime then I would recommend it to him/him. If he has watched a good deal of anime, then nope, I wouldn't. I dropped it after the Pandemonium episode. I had intended to drop it before that but I wanted to see the Pandemonium and Cana being badass animated.

Fair enough. Isn't it a bit strange though, that we would recommend  to a newcomer series that we know have flaws? =)

Every series has flaws-- its just about obvious flaws or not-so-very-obvious flaws. Fairy Tail at the start is pretty amazing, so I think that it has the power to hook on the newcomers. Most of the newcomers usually are not completely love in an anime so Fairy Tail might be able to hook them completely on anime. Most of the people I know started watching anime due to SAO or Fairy Tail which actually are quite boring. Its sad, but people need to go through crap to understand the greatness of some truly amazing anime. And being new, they probably won't notice flaws of Fairy Tail--such as Happy's character development actually being better than Natsu's (LOL), all that Deus Ex Machina, 'Nakama power' actually used as power source during battles, etc.

For the experienced anime watchers, they'll probably notice the flaws right away and most of the otakus that have watched lots of anime don't view anime simply as 'mindless entertainment'. In Fairy Tail, they'll probably want to rip off their hair for watching the later half. I wouldn't want others to go through that, so I won't recommend that to the experienced anime watchers.

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08-19-2015, 04:49 AM #18
(08-19-2015, 03:15 AM)Bakanyan Wrote:  
(08-19-2015, 02:44 AM)Sindar Wrote:  
(08-19-2015, 01:59 AM)Bakanyan Wrote:  If the person is someone fairly new to anime then I would recommend it to him/him. If he has watched a good deal of anime, then nope, I wouldn't. I dropped it after the Pandemonium episode. I had intended to drop it before that but I wanted to see the Pandemonium and Cana being badass animated.

Fair enough. Isn't it a bit strange though, that we would recommend  to a newcomer series that we know have flaws? =)

Every series has flaws-- its just about obvious flaws or not-so-very-obvious flaws. Fairy Tail at the start is pretty amazing, so I think that it has the power to hook on the newcomers. Most of the newcomers usually are not completely love in an anime so Fairy Tail might be able to hook them completely on anime. Most of the people I know started watching anime due to SAO or Fairy Tail which actually are quite boring.  Its sad, but people need to go through crap to understand the greatness of some truly amazing anime. And being new, they probably won't notice flaws of Fairy Tail--such as Happy's character development actually being better than Natsu's (LOL), all that Deus Ex Machina, 'Nakama power' actually used as power source during battles, etc.

For the experienced anime watchers, they'll probably notice the flaws right away and most of the otakus that have watched lots of anime don't view anime simply as 'mindless entertainment'. In Fairy Tail, they'll probably want to rip off their hair for watching the later half. I wouldn't want others to go through that, so I won't recommend that to the experienced anime watchers.

Yep, it happens a lot. People start with shows that are "easier" I guess, and it helps them to develop their tastes and preferences at their own pace. When I began to watch anime I had a lot of very good suggestions, like I watched Cowboy Bebop and Akira very early on, cause a lot of people praised them. And as I understand now, I just wasn't ready for those shows, so I was not able to appreciate them. And it made be skeptical about those two for quite some time, which is pretty much the opposite result of what you would hope for when suggesting a show =) So yeah, I agree with you. And its true that a new fan probably wouldn't notice a lot of the problems with FT.

Did Happy really get some character development? :D I stopped watching after Tower of Heaven arc, so I probably haven't gotten far enough to see that. Sounds pretty interesting though.

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08-19-2015, 10:51 AM #19
(08-19-2015, 04:49 AM)Sindar Wrote:  Did Happy really get some character development? Grin I stopped watching after Tower of Heaven arc, so I probably haven't gotten far enough to see that. Sounds pretty interesting though.


Its more of a matter of Natsu not getting character development as to Happy getting some character development. There's almost no change in Natsu from the first episode till the episode that I watched. He's still the happy-go lucky kid that he always has been. His character development is pretty much non-existent. His personality itself is easy to grab-- the normal traits of a shonen series, you know: Eats a lot of food, thick-headed towards romance, hot temper and mostly fights without thinking, etc.

And once you do grab it, you'll easily predict his lines and actions in the later episodes. Since he does not go under any change at all, I was able to predict him with a good deal of accuracy. Its not bad to be predictable, but Fairy Tail takes that to new limits. It becomes boring to watch Natsu as soon as you recognize his personality. The one time he loses greatly is against Gildarts, but in the later episodes, there is absolutely no reference of that. He just forgets his lack of power back then, forgets how he lost and goes on with the same character personality.

Instead of seeing characters train, we just see them getting new power-ups which can hardly count as character development. In my opinion, characters make Fairy Tail, and character development ruins the same.

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08-23-2015, 09:04 AM #20
(08-19-2015, 10:51 AM)Bakanyan Wrote:  
(08-19-2015, 04:49 AM)Sindar Wrote:  Did Happy really get some character development? Grin I stopped watching after Tower of Heaven arc, so I probably haven't gotten far enough to see that. Sounds pretty interesting though.


Its more of a matter of Natsu not getting character development as to Happy getting some character development. There's almost no change in Natsu from the first episode till the episode that I watched. He's still the happy-go lucky kid that he always has been. His character development is pretty much non-existent. His personality itself is easy to grab-- the normal traits of a shonen series, you know: Eats a lot of food, thick-headed towards romance, hot temper and mostly fights without thinking, etc.

And once you do grab it, you'll easily predict his lines and actions in the later episodes. Since he does not go under any change at all, I was able to predict him with a good deal of accuracy. Its not bad to be predictable, but Fairy Tail takes that to new limits. It becomes boring to watch Natsu as soon as you recognize his personality. The one time he loses greatly is against Gildarts, but in the later episodes, there is absolutely no reference of that. He just forgets his lack of power back then, forgets how he lost and goes on with the same character personality.

Instead of seeing characters train, we just see them getting new power-ups which can hardly count as character development. In my opinion, characters make Fairy Tail, and character development ruins the same.

Sorry I didn't reply sooner, was out of town for most of the week. 

That's sad. When they have an opportunity to give a character more depth but they waste it, it makes me upset even more. Well, its too bad for Fairy Tail Sad But on the good side now I feel better about stopping watching the series where I did.








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