Is there anything Nagisa WON'T do for cheese?
All the girls posted in this thread will be my waifu. I will feed them sushi and will cuddle with them everyday forever.
>implying Nagisa wants to be fed vinegar-soaked rice and raw fish
You're off to a great start, Anon.
Japanese girls like sushi. My daughteru does too
That image just blew my mind. Hnng.
Not a head joke
I'm glad /a/ is mature enough to have these threads without the stupid stale head jokes.
Become a good character
At least Homu gets good character development this time. And also this time she doesn't get stupid plot armor.
>durr Im trapped in the middle of all these ruins and building and rubble
>oh look my friend got here JUST before my soulgem turned completely black! How convenient and lucky!
What should we make jokes about then?
/a/ sucks at jokes. Just post more Nagisa and discuss her cuteness or whatever
You're not really insulting Homura with that. Just Urobuchi's contrived writing.
You do know I was praising the movie right? It actually improved a character.
Also, Urobuchi's writing IS the character, silly. Homu isn't a living person. Urobuchi wrote her pretty badly, but still she's very likable. The movie made her even better.
Sounds good to me.
>>durr Im trapped in the middle of all these ruins and building and rubble
>>oh look my friend got here JUST before my soulgem turned completely black! How convenient and lucky!
That was presented as a shot at Homura, but it was really just one at Urobuchi since it has nothing to do with her character that Madoka arrived in the nick of time.
>implying Madoka didn't have Kyubey transport her directly to Homura
with that logic you can't say Kirito is a bad character, only the writer is to blame. no, if a character is poorly written, the character is bad, end of story
I want the adventures of the Puella Magi Holy Sextet.
If someone were to take off Nagisa's panties, would Charlotte come out and eat them?
The event of Madoka arriving in the nick of time has nothing to do with the characterization of Madoka, Kyubey, or Homura. It's a plot driven event. The event wasn't put in place to characterize anyone, it was there so that Madoka can get to Homura. So to say that Homura is poorly written because Madoka arrived at the nick of time doesn't make any sense. The distinction between character building and plot building needs to be made.
Pls Nagisa, there's nothing lewd going on here.
"Nagisa Momoe" rearranged spells "ammonia goes."
WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
Proof that Kyubey transported her? Even if that was the case to arrive there IN THE EXACT POINT where her soulgem was about to turn black was just blatant plot armor. If that was Sayaka/Kyouko/anyone besides Homu they would have been dead.
Also, Homu kinda destroys the whole tension of the series because she's always conviniently surviving and getting through everything. She comes close to a Mary Sue in this aspect and it kinda prevents this show from being truly great.
And yes, that is part of her character. The fact that she tries to be emo despite the fact that she's overpowered compared to the rest and always have these asspulls. Gen Urobuchi's writing IS Homura. His writing was bad and the character is bad. That is all.
So, what was her point?
Now that Nagisa exists, I really ponder what the other witches are like as their human selves.
As well as who they would be paired with.
Gertrud seems like another ringer for Mami as it seems like she'd be into tea parties in rose filled gardens, but she seems close enough to Sayaka to rent out her Anthonies to her. To the point they get mermaid tails even.
Elly's probably a NEET. She might be similar to Moemura in personality and might get enchanted by or jealous of Madoka's cuteness and friendliness.
I wonder if Elsa Maria would be traumatized by Sayaka.
>Homu kinda destroys the whole tension of the series because she's always conviniently surviving and getting through everything
Like what? She's pretty good at getting out of binds because she has timestop.
I actually agree with this
>Even if that was the case to arrive there IN THE EXACT POINT where her soulgem was about to turn black was just blatant plot armor.
That doesn't have anything to do with the character of Homura. Separate plot progression and characterization. If an event is put in place for the soul purpose of moving the plot forward (Madoka arriving at the perfect time) and offers no characterization, you can't use that event to call the writing of the characters bad. You can use it however as evidence to support the claim that the plot progresses with contrivance.
>She comes close to a Mary Sue
And I stopped reading here.
You're an idiot.
I imagine Elsa Maria as a weird quiet girl who's always praying.
>Sayaka brutalized a young mahou shoujo nun who was trying to pray.
Insert disparaging comment towards Sayaka here.
I see what you're saying but I disagree. What it all comes down to is that Homura is a time traveler, and as such has access endless retries if and when she messes up. The fact that she has repeated the timeline nearly 100 times is proof she isn't a Mary Sue. If she were, she'd of fixed it the first time at least and perfectly at that. Who end game as far as the series is concerned is her losing the one she wanted to protect.
Plot armor in a show where characters aren't supposed to have any =/= good characterization
Ruins the whole "magical girls are in great danger" if we all know that Homura would get through everything by the power of friendship (which of course only applies to her and not the rest. Mami would have been dead in half the scenes Homu was, just because she isn't Homu.)
Also, besides that one event. Homu's motivation for going through those timeline is pretty bad. She makes a wish and goes through all those timelines for a girl she barely even knew for a short period of time? And don't give me the "because she saved her life" excuse. Because if I remember correctly, it wasn't just Madoka who did the saving.
The only thing good about the character is that her time powers are cool. Other than that, Urobuchi should have tried to make, I don't know, an actually unique character? This is supposed to be a deconstruction, stupid character with power of friendship plot armor with hax + personality is a terrible choice.
Not saying ALL Urobuchi writing is bad, but this one is really inconsistent and the actual character is bad.
She didn't use timestop during the rubble scene.
meant to say "hax powers + no personality". sorry.
>She didn't use timestop during the rubble scene.
Yes, we've established you don't like the rubble scene. Are there any other places where she survives when you think she shouldn't have?
>power of friendship
What the fuck are you even talking about, I think you're confused.
Wow, nice excuses. How does Urobuchi's penis taste? Would you mind taking that out of your mouth so you could see his writing for what it really is?
In this case it's shit. No amount of excuses can change that.
>power of friendship
Exactly that rubble scene. Or fuck it, the entire last episode. Or the fact that in those earlier timelines she always manages to survive despite everyone else dying.
>are there any other places?
Be honest. If the "dangerous" scenes Homu were in were Sayaka/Mami or Kyouko they would have been dead. Why? Because they're not a Mary Sue MC. Homura is a tryhard character that tries desperately to gain sympathy despite the fact that she's never in any real trouble. (you know, because Madoka or the plot will save her)
So there goes your tension/atmosphere. Ruined by an obnoxiously written character who is pretty generic and bland to boot.
I don't understand a word you're saying. What power of friendship? What "dangerous scenes"?
It means you can mix her with bleach and kill a warehouse full of people.
>How does Urobuchi's penis taste?
Like Hyper oats. Look, all I'm saying is it seems like your main issues with Homura are from her being a time traveler. No biggy.
>Plot armor in a show where characters aren't supposed to have any =/= good characterization
Plot progression and characterization can be, and in this instance, are two different things. Furthermore a character always surviving seemingly near death experiences because the plot requires that they do does not mean that the character is poorly written. It just means that the plot is. There's a difference. The term plot armor ignores that differences in an attempt to sound smart and is one of the reasons no on takes it seriously.
>(which of course only applies to her and not the rest. Mami would have been dead in half the scenes Homu was, just because she isn't Homu.)
A character living because they're good at what they do, as opposed to other characters dying because they aren't as proficient doesn't make the character who is proficient poorly written. But your logic, everyone who doesn't die during the first instance of danger is a bad character.
>She makes a wish and goes through all those timelines for a girl she barely even knew for a short period of time?
It could have been elaborated on, but the motivation isn't just that Madoka saved her life. It was that Madoka was the only person to try and become her friend while everyone else just made fun of her.
>This is supposed to be a deconstruction, stupid character with power of friendship plot armor with hax + personality is a terrible choice.
You're a moron.
Basically, Homu gets a free pass to everything. No matter what is thrown at her, she survives because she is written that way. In my opinion, that is a very shitty choice because this is supposed to be a deconstruction of the magical girl genre.
If you Sayaka, Mami or Kyouko was in the scenes Homura was, do you think THEY would survive? Of course not, only the bland emo who is ironically the most overpowered out of the bunch will.
shitty character motivation + power of friendship plot armor that destroys the atmosphere + bland personality = bad character.
That is all.
What sort of pleasure do you derive from saying stupid shit?
Maybe I should have been more clear, I was asking for specifics. Episode numbers and scene citations. I can't think of any instances in which Homura survives something she shouldn't. You keep going on about "the scenes Homura was in", but what are you actually talking about?
>because this is supposed to be a deconstruction of the magical girl genre.
Says retards like you who don't know what a fucking deconstruction is.
Guys I think he may have just been shitposting
Just fucking kill yourself.
>i-i was only pretending
Consider the following
so much deleted posts
Some shitposter got banned. Probably the guy who posted nsfw in one of the other madoka threads.
What one? I'm on phone so it's hard for me to browse catalog.
>all this deleted posts with samefagging
I laughed so much after reading this thread on foolz.