Hey /a/, I was enjoying some Kaze no Stigma and I've come across this scene of particular quality. Then I started wondering about how things happen. So, how? Hard to believe they simply misplaced an eyes without noticing it.
Pandemonium?! This is madness!
It happens throughout Kaze no Stigma. Just ignore it.
KnS was always QUALITY. The fights mostly suck, despite decent source material.
Watch the OP carefully. In one scene, one of Ayano's legs is facing backwards.
I still enjoyed the series, but only for Kazuma. Hopefully season 2 will exist, and will be handled by a better studio (Bones, Madhouse, or even KyoAni could do a better job).
It's because they're heading towards the Pandemonium.
I also feel I'm watching it for Kazuma, as there's nothing much going for the series besides him. The filler episodes are terrible as well.
> Hey /a/, I was enjoying some Kaze no Stigma
That was your first mistake.
What subs for KnS? I tried the Shinsen Subs torrent but the links were either dead or nobody was seeding.
I'm watching with subs from AniYoshi. There's a torrent on boxtorrents.
True, I was expecting so much more. Still, I can't get enough of overpowering protagonists.
Honestly despite the overwhelming QUALITY in this series I still found myself enjoying it.
Mostly due to Kazuma being so fucking overpowered. Seriously, I haven't seen a more overpowered protagonist since Alucard.
I picked it up for the wincest, but the blood relation was too thin to do anything for me. And they never acted as thought there was any sort of taboo, so it didn't really seem all that hot. Also, all the good parts were spoiled by the animated gifs that convinced me to watch it in the first place.
It took a surprisingly long time for me to get bored of it though; I'd wrapped up 16 episodes before it started to seem shitty, so I figured I'd finish it.
It was shit, but it was watchable shit, until all the cliché fillers started showing up, like token Engrish speaking American episode, hot springs episode, amusement park episode, etc. When it stuck with the plot, despite how airy that was, it was ok, but I hate the above mentioned overdone scenarios with a passion.