He does not really have much of a social life...
anyway, template please!
Yes, but he is liked by people.
Unless you're talking about old Akagi. Then he has a huge one.
>Blood Type: Opponents
Fuck I lol'd.
>Epic Fail Flonne !KNuT906KxE
aging doesn't work that way, lol.
>Blood Type: 100% Pure GAR
Makoto - His penis is maximum
Huge EGO-fags in anime tends to piss me off, especially when their so-called genius comes far more from the scenarists than from their real competences.
Lelouche would be first and Light second on the list of characters I want to see dead in anime, but Akagi is definitely good third.
Yeah, before Makoto...
>Dislikes: Love, Peace
you remind me of a certain someone
>>Dislikes: Love & peace
These graphs are incredibly accurate. I wouldn't question them.
Big difference between Lelouch and Light is that anything can happen in a mahjong game. Even if you don't buy all the anticipating coincidence stuff, Akagi winning could be easily reduced to him being lucky.
Lulu can only seem to win by his opponents getting brain nerfed and Light can only seem to lose by getting nerfed himself.
>>10004799I want to see dead in anime, but Akagi is definitely good third.
Not going to happen, not due to lack of effort though.
RABU ANDO PIECE!
Why is Akagi's creativity not MAXED THE FUCK OUT?
You saw the kind of crazy shit he pulls in mahjong games.
Fix it then.
The creativity part of the graph should warp out into Akagi's image and transform into RON.
problem is this:
If Light would lose he freaks the fuck out and starts swimming and shit.
If Lelouche would lose i guess he'd do the same, or at least break down.
But akagi, if he would lose, he'd smirk and keep going as nothing had happened. You could drain all his motherfucking blood and he'd just go, "heh, dying's not so scary."
He's got a fetish for death, remember that.
Akagi has a huge ego, but he's got the personality to back it up.
But that's the thing about Akagi - he has no ego. He has no regard whatsoever for his own life, and he doesn't play mahjong and make those insane bets to stroke his cock - they're just the only things that can give him a rush.
>Akagi has a huge ego
>But that's the thing about Akagi - he has no ego.
No... Not really. What tends to make me scream is the presentation of Akagi as a motherfucking genius with no need to train, or make any effort, or whatsoever, taking dumb and dumbers deals in a game based on luck and never ever losing, either a game, either his awful "huhuhu-I-Know-Everything-I'm-Too-Good-face".
Great champions looses, sometimes. that is what makes them great. Akagi... No.
Akagi would be best than Rocky, Hikaru and Tamaki united in one body playing Boxe/Go/Kendo.
Not because he is a genious, not because he fight, but because he takes always the most risky way and always make it to the end... with basically very little real skill.
Face it: the only stupid skill this fag have maxed is Deus-Ex-Machina.
Damn dude, "genious" made me lol.
Akagi is better than everyone similar to how The Flash is better than every superhero.
The Flash runs fast.
That alone is retarded and doesnt help very much. He doesnt have super strength, super heat vision, super flying ability, or any of that other jazz.
Yet, why is he infinitely better?
Because of the way he uses his powers.
Id mention it all, but i wont.
Akagi is similar.
All akagi has is a slightly above average intelligence and EXTREME MOTHERFUCKING FEARLESSNESS.
Could he beat Rocky in a boxing match? No.
Would he find out a way to beat rocky in anything else? Yes.
Replace Balls with Ron.
Holy shit, have you ever taken an English class?
I think we all know the answer to that.
did you even watch akagi? he didn't rely on luck at all for urabe and ishikawa
>Why? Because Hikaru is a faggot.
This makes your argument.
>with basically very little real skill.
Bull fucking shit. Akagi doesn't win every single game because of sheer luck. Only retards like Ash Ketchum pull that shit. Akagi wins because of his ridiculous intelligence and ability to read into other people's actions. And complete fearlessness. His godly luck is only part of the equation, which is how it should be in a game like mahjong.
Yes. Not my native language, by far, as you can tell. Apologies, can't do better for now.
Yes, I've seen it, and yes, he did.
That would be true if he actually would lose a match sometimes. Understand me, what pisses me off is not really his way to play mahjong, it's rather the fact that this way would make him virtually invincible against any other action his opponents might play.
IMO, of course.
>Dislikes: Retards, Deaf people
I laughed a big, hearty, man laugh.
Did you watch the series? He lost multiple times against Ichikawa, and Urabe. Lost when he was a beginner, and he even lost against Washizu.
Akagi is a godly mahjong player in his own right.
But, mahjong is not something you can win consistently even if you're incredibly good. You have to be able to get into the mind of your opponent and control their game, make them second guess themselves and manipulate them. The huge wagers are simply a wedge into his opponents armor that he uses to get into their head and start the business of mindfucking.
You obviously aren't cut out for any form of visual entertainment aside from documentaries or some shit then, girl. If you want to enjoy a fictional story to its fullest, then you have to have some suspension of belief. Watching a japanese cartoon and expecting everything to be realistic is something a stupid little girl would do. But I would gladly educate you little girl, because, regardless of your intelligence, you are still a precious flower to me. All you need to do is let me write my algorithms of love onto your fertile, virgin chalkboard and you will become a woman. You will become MY woman.
What were we talking about again?
Once again, yes, I sure have. All Akagi loses is bare turns, almost never shown. And in the end, he manages against each single opponent to turn what started as an overwhelming defeat into a victory.
And once again, it's not so much the fact that he wins that bother me, but the fact that no opponent could ever own him in the end... That why I'm talking about deus ex.
But well, that is just me.
Protip: "oh shit akagi lost all his blood/all his money is gone/he's dead THE END" is not a good way to finish an episode halfway in the series.
You convinced me, Mankoto, akagi is now my god and I will welcome your cock in my mouth whenever you want.
Akagi does not win at eveything. While he seemed fearless to the end, he was afraid of death, just like Washizu. The only reason he was able to win was because he was looking for death, his only fear, unlike his apponents. So, in the end, even Akagi lost. >>10004819
Needs moar intelligence.
His willingness to act should be extremely low.
needs more winland saga chars
Shouldn't intelligence be off the charts?
naw. it takes him too long to get into the swing of things, he'd have to get tit-slapped first. a high intelligence is reflected in someone like Akagi with high adaptivity and an extremely fast learning curve.
Are you stupid? His willingness to act should be over the damn thing. He learns anything in one afternoon.
in a way... he's emo O.O
You're saying its completely unrealistic for someone to win because they're better than the other person? Luck is eliminated to a large degree by the fact that mahjong games drag on so fucking long and you can essentially direct the game in your favour by playing the right tiles and manipulating your opponent. When it came down to it Akagi was able to read his opponents/manipulate them well enough that he would know what tiles not to deal and get them to deal him his winning tiles. Theres nothing unrealistic about someone being gifted at something and akagi cheated a hell of alot aswell.
everyone in post-war Japan is emo
Well you're easily trolled anonymous
Somehow, this picture is relevant to the thread. Somebody should add Akagi in it, and we're all set.
WTF is this shit?!
all animu/manga is deus ex machina, since the writer doesn't actually rely on probability to determine who's going to win. but there is good, and bad storytelling.
akagi is an example of good storytelling since it's coherently explained in the context of the series how akagi manages to pull off what he does. hell, 90% of akagi you only hear the narrator explain wtf is happening. also, keep in mind that akagi, as well as his opponent don't only rely on luck and their skills to read people's behaviour, but also on cheating.
death note does a good job as well, at least in the beginning.
code geass is a marvellous example of bad writing. strategy and tactics are displayed incoherently and instead of focussing on actual execution, the viewer is only presented results ("HAHA, I ALREADY PLANTED BOMBS WHERE YOU POSITIONED ALL OF YOUR TROOPS"), the series doesn't explain in context why specific things were done, ("why? well... the main character is a strategic genius, duh.").
Akagi would rape them both and cut off their hands.
I say do it.
Should i watch code geass just for Lelouche?
Over 9000 seconds in notebook