Why didn't Madoka just wish for an alternative energy source that wasn't subject to energy rather than simply allowing the whole Magical Girl child soldier thing?
Madoka is JIZZUZUUUU KURISTUUU don't you fucking doubt her.
Because letting everyone become witches was part of her plan.
Because Nuclear powerplant is fucking dangerous
Remember when you're favorite anime stopped airing because things blow up?
she did it for you
I don't know I've only been watching anime since 2012
Because it would've been extremely painful.
She's a big girl
Look at me.
Look at me.
I'm the big kami now.
Fukushima didn't stop my cartoons from airing.
that's probably where he has been up until that time, which is more than what can be said about you, you cum crusted basement dweller.
The last time they spoke as friends, Madoka standing in the light, Homura in the dark.
Why is it that most Frodo questions could easily be answered if people just watched the anime?
It's like pottery.
also it should be BRAVO GEN
Why didn't the eagles fly the ring in to Mordor?
>wishing for an INFINITE energy source
She can't make a wish that great, she has a lot of power, but not infinite
Because the Eagles didn't form until 1971
Why didn't she wish for Kyubey to leave humans alone?
Why didn't Sayaka wish to revive Mami and then use magic to heal Kyosuke?
How come a normal girl like Homura can make a wish that overcomes entropy?
If Madokami was omniscient why didn't she see AI YO coming?
On a macro level, magical girls and contracts were essential to humans rising up out of the dark ages. Removing the child soldier element would rewrite history without the incubators visiting Earth. On a micro level, girls who were willing to knowingly give their lives for their wishes would be left unfulfilled. For example, Mami would be dead outright. What Madoka's wish did was ensure that they got what they bargained for, and didn't end up as misery-spreading monsters of the week.
Fell beasts guarded the skies
LotR anime when?
That wouldn't save the past girls
was getting mad part of your plan?[/spoiller]
go home /tv/ you're drunk
Everytime I look at this image and go through the hierarchy naturally, I never notice Jaden's eyebrows until the end, they're so big but the opacity is perfect.
Homura was bred to be a magical girl. She trained her entire life to master her senses.
Where did Madoka train? ON A FARM?
No guarantee that the magic Sayaka got would be able to heal Kyosuke's unhealable wound. We aren't even shown Sayaka healing anyone except herself in-universe.
All wishes overcome entropy. The nature of magical girls is logic and entropy-defying. Madoka's was simply the largest.
Either she wasn't truly omniscient, was omniscient only in non-alpha timelines, did see it coming but couldn't do anything about it, or had her mind and knowledge scrambled by the QB-field.
How can our Waifus be real if our eyes aren't real?
Its the other way around
>magical girls and contracts were essential to humans rising up out of the dark ages.
>alternative energy source that wasn't subject to energy
What is madoka even about man
its apparently about little girls killing eachother over magic?
Also why is frodo in this series? Did they mentioned him? I remember milky holmes mentioned ras al ghul but I dont see liam neeson associated with that...
I know it's what it is but WHY?
The implication is that humanity was able to ascend beyond regular animal status due to having the occasional wish being granted. A wish is a powerful thing. You get how a wish of 'a cave made of wood' would lead to knowledge of housing, say.
No way, humanity ascended because we had the mental capacity for innovation and making technology. I don't trust QB, the little shit is lying.
QB has never lied though. He only omits things.
>What are lies of omission
Intentional deception is just that. Semantics won't help to justify that shit
Yes, in god damn real life that is how it works, but apparently not in madoka
He hides shit, but everything he actually says has been true
Well yeah totally. I was just pointing out the omission thing. I agree with you on the evolution thing.
The energy source is the magical girls' emotion. That's the entire plot point, that a young girl's emotion is so powerful it violates entropy.
After Homura made "saving Madoka" to be the very purpose of the entropic Universe, "losing Madoka" became great enough to power it.
Is it really intentional if the person never asked about it? Is it so hard for people to ask common sense questions?
It isn't the sellman's job to educate yourself and look up a product before you buy it.
>Is it intentional if they didn't ask
Yes. Yes it is. He admits to knowing they freak out if told. Knowing this omitting the distressing knowledge is deception even if he will tell when asked directly.
If you know that a car is rooted and you sell it like its not your a deceptive little shit. This isn't whether you can legal deceive and get away with it this is whether you were actively deceptive which he was.
Well then by that logic everyone is a liar.
How so? If the people have no right to know something about you or another subject the lack of full disclosure is natural.
If its something that directly effects them and yourself and you omit it for your own profits then you are a liar. This is essentially what he did.
Except that people always have something to hide? If someone ask do you have a bank number account do you tell them? I fucking hope not and if you don't answer that makes you a liar.
>If its something that directly effects them and yourself and you omit it for your own profits then you are a liar. This is essentially what he did.
You might want to add profit at the expense of another's misery but yeah, basically this.
QB's contract isn't even legit.
Seriously read the post
> If the people have no right to know something about you or another subject the lack of full disclosure is natural.
But people have the right to know after all in America it's the land of the free and freedom and trust is number one due to how open their are about accepting multiculturalism.
Both parties agreed to the contract and the terms. You can't have buyer's remorse just because you didn't like what you ended up with.
>Both parties agreed to the contract and the terms.
Terms were definitely hidden from the contractee so the contract cannot be legit.
You could say that if all the terms and conditions were in some fine print that were squirrled away somewhere, maybe. The fact is though there wasn't that. There were circumstances that weren't even implied penalties on the party that were never alleged. QB a shit and he knew what he was doing was wrong as evidence by his active deception. Also the contract was weak as piss
Not that I really blame him
Why didn't Madoka just shake Kyubey's hand?
Because she was 12 year old, and as the show said it, she was more powerful than any nuclear plant.