ITT characters who did nothing wrong.
But he did.
He didn't cause enough suffering.
But he literally didn't.
Oh, now I see.
Satsukifags will whine all they want, Takarada literally did nothing wrong.
>Preying on the emotionally weak behind the back of society isn't wrong
>not knowing "Hitler did nothing wrong" joke
>not understanding that people in these threads are usually just pretending to be edgy for the sake of fun
Come on, anon.
>chose that stupid ugly hairstyle
>Burnt down Osaka
FB did nothing wrong
moeka pls go
Hitler failed trying to be Lelouch. Look at this fagget. He's responsible for deaths of millions and in like 10-20 years after his death there are already next wars.
What a newbie.
moeka did nothing wrong
Someone is missing from the list.
Rape your friends is not ok, bitch.
Madoka liked it
He even got best end
The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few.
Whats wrong with sacrificing a few millions to gain knowledge and power?
Im sure most of you would have done the same if you could
Why was he hated? He seemed like the most level headed and humane character in the show and got betrayed by a sloot.
Or was it because he was a Jew?
>shit's going to space
>better kill myself
Also the fact that in the end he got a better ending that anybody else in the show.
>Made perfectly sensible and rational decisions
>Gets punched for it
Because he gets a loving wife? Yeah that's a bit fair.
Wait, when did he sell her out?
He lied his ass off and yet everyone claims that he never lies.
Just look at all the instances of "I don't know". A good chunk of them are blatant lies. He knows full well, he just pretends to not know.
He sold out Lelouch because of some vague proof of Geass. He sold out Lelouch so he could continue to bang that Britanian pussy.
If Kyubey didn't do what he did, the heat death of the universe would've taken place ages ago.
Omit information is not lying, anon, lying is give false information.
"I don't know" is false information.
You have to be more specific in the context of this "I don't know" thing, anon.
He doesn't lie and say he's unaware. He just words things ambiguously. It's not his fault the girls can't ask a question that has a clear-cut answer.
For example, with Kyouko and the witch she asked if it was possible to change someone back. He told her it had never been tried before. Kyouko was at fault for not asking if it was IMpossible to save someone, at which point Kyubey would have had to inform her that it was.
Kyubey did nothing wrong.
He didn't lie, he just left out information.
Does it even matter if he lies? People on his planet don't normally experience emotion, he's perfectly fine with lying his ass off if it'll save the universe. He was just lying that he didn't lie and didn't force girls to become magical girls.
He has no reason to lie. He has never once lied in the show. When confronted with situations where he would have to lie, he either didn't or just didn't answer.
>didn't force girls to become magical girls.
No one was forced into a contract by him. He would pester them about it, but they had the ability to turn him down or just refuse. He treats people with respect as intelligent beings and gives them the free will to determine whether or not they want to agree to a contact. He did nothing wrong.
Not telling the most crucial things about magical girls just because "you didn't ask" is wrong on it's own
someone here clearly has never taken out a student loan
It's not his responsibility to inform them of every single detail of the job that they agree to. They're the ones signing the contract, not QB. They're the ones that should ask the questions and figure out the details before they make the agreement. Kyubey was more than willing to share the darker elements of the contract with Madoka even when he was still trying to convince her it was the right thing to do, so it's not like he'd lie or refuse to share that information until they already signed up.
Wanna know why I really admire Makishima?
Because what he was doing could have been viewed as positive.
he could have been taking down the system for the greater good.
But at the end of the day he was just doing it for shits and giggles
"Hey buddy, want five bucks?"
"Since money has now traded hands, I now own your house, maybe you should have asked what's the catch"
>Not wanting to know more
If you made me sign a legally-binding agreement that passed my property to you in exchange for the five bucks, then yes. You would.
The girls give up their soul willingly and in exchange they are given a wish. It's their responsibility to ask the details before they actually agree to it. Same as signing any legally-binding agreement.
Nah, he's definitely manipulative, but that's mainly because he knows from previous experience that he's less likely to succeed if he tells them the downsides, so he avoids it if possible. If confronted directly he wouldn't really lie, but I reckon if you asked him 'what does becoming a magical girl entail?' he'd just dodge the question.
Lies of omission are still lies.
That's like an EULA.
EULAs are not legally binding where I come from, because you can only read them after buying your software, which automatically revokes your right to return the product.
why is Cinamonroll wearing earrings?
Reminder that his track is the best one of the entire soundtrack.
WHEN THE WIND IS SLOW
AND THE FIRE'S HOT
It's not like QB gave them a document to sign that has all the information about the contract
THROUGH THE RAYS OF THE GLORIOUS SUNSHINE
SENDING DOWN SUCH A BLOOD RED LIGHT
A contract where you have to specifically ask about specific aspects would be illegal in the real world.
The basis of the rule of law is to have all laws readable by anyone and being unable to punish anyone for any law that didn't exist when they commited their crime.
The incubator "contract" is organised crime and not an actual contract. It's something the Mafia would do.
Red Sun > It Has To Be This Way > Rules Of Nature
RIP Kaiki ;_;
>Turned his back on everything in the world so that he could be with his waifu
Truly, he did nothing wrong.
>turned a bitch into a literal bitch
He really did nothing wrong, just showed the world her true colors.
Lying by omission is a thing you know
I guess he has 99 problems, the bitch ain't one.
>rule of law
Applying human made laws to advance creatures like kyubey.
That's where your messing up.
The issue is claiming that this contract is in any sane way legally binding.
It's only binding by metaphysical enforcement, not by the idea of a legal document. Which is directly opposite to what the myth of contract-writing demons is all about.
he made me rage so hard.