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Since I read the manga, I found the scene fitting perfectly. Mostly because how Kuroro is, but still I found it cool. His expressions, mostly, denoted that He deducted something or has a hunch.
I agree, yes, its partly Kurapika's fault but Nostrade group wanted to shine (Light was given a chance to put a hit men along with the others becoz of this) ... and its evident...
you have to understand that at the same time, Daltzolne and Light wanted to stand out from the mafia....
yes protecting Neon is a must, but Light Nostrade also had other goals... (they think that Hotel or whatever is safe enough, thats Daltzolnes decision)
Thats why Kurapika wanted her out of the city than her father, I think Kurapika had deduce that kind of situation that his client may die if she stays.
And also I didnt want to discuss this but Senritsu (her ability) and Basho as well has their faults too... why her ability is gone... and Neon as well has some fault...
Last edited by riniloves; October 05, 2012 at 05:49 AM.
Actually, I thought that it was a great idea. Imo Kurapica being one who is at fault for Spiders being interested in Neon is a very interesting plot twist.
Most of the happenings in Yorkshin are influenced by Kurapika, and yes, I do agree that his actions affected Neon's safety in the future. I don't know though. It's not so much a 'fault' of his as it is just a consequence of all his past actions. That's my take on it. True, it's officially Kurapika's job to guard Neon, but we all know that wasn't his goal, but rather his stepping stone towards his goal. I mean, I do think he cares, but he doesn't put that much weight on it compared to the Spiders. It's like weighing his responsibilities of protecting Neon, and weighing his perceived responsibility of avenging his clan. This doesn't excuse him, but I don't think he would care as much.Quote:
Departure is fine, and i'm happy it's staying, kinda like dragon ball (and Yu Yu Hakusho, if i'm remembering right) in the old days.
P.S.: No troll intended. For real! ._.'
As long as they get rid of the Hunter Exam/Heaven's Arena stuff and replace it with Yorkshin stuff, no complaints here.
Stumbled upon this video, the first time I watched Hunter x Hunter was back in 2005 when I was on vacation in Morocco (arab dub+opening).
Nostalgia just kicked in
I hope Madhouse uses the Galneryus version of Departure for v3.
Departure is the Smile Bomb of Hunter x Hunter.
Hmm, yea that 3rd version of Departure would be great. And they did do a remix of Smile bomb in Yu Yu Hakusho for the later half of the series.
Quick question, about Yu Yu Hakushu, you would recommend the anime or the manga for a starter? if both which one first? '-'
Omg my off-topic abilities just skyrocketed ....
Last edited by TheBoss; October 06, 2012 at 02:03 PM.
Anime. Same way I started myself. You lose some exclusive stuff, but it's no big deal in Yu Yu's case.
Also, there's more comedy in the anime
The ending in the manga is much better IMO, but overall I still prefer the anime when revisiting the series, though I suppose opinions vary.