my favorite male character ever, for now, I have to say is Akashi Seijūrō from Kuroko no Basuke.
What I like the most is his overpowering cofidence and his emperor eye. He just exudes power and leadership. He doesn’t seem to be such a horrible person either. Just a rich kid who hasn’t know much other thing than power and winning. Even when he lost to Kuroko he wasn’t a jerk he was really just genuinely devastated like the other GoM.
Alright. So I’ll be starting a 30 day anime challenge just for fun. Thought I’ll be starting it tomorrow!
I am a child at heart; seeing the world and movies and other things innocently. Apart from being a romantic and a dreamer this is something I will be forever. Yesterday night I realized this once again since my family and I watched The second How to Train your Dragon. And I gotta say, It was pretty amaizing.
It’s been eons since I’d watched the first How to Train your Dragon so I can’t compare them with each other. But I can say that the second one gives a lot of backstory. They added two major characters which explain why the people of Berk didn’t like dragons ( I doubted that it was just because they stole livestock) Plus I’d been wondering why Hiccup didn’t have a mom. Usually in what I’ve watched the main character has to not have one parent, or be adopted, or their parents are both dead or they are some type of magical being or etc. And yet another story followed in these footsteps by bringing Hiccups mom back but killing his father in the process. Yes, it’s true that it was needed for Hiccup to become successor because he wouldn’t have taken over otherwise but that was a low blow. It hit the heartstrings; mostly after seeing the love between Stoick and Valka. Even worse, he was killed by Hiccups best friend. Oh the heartstrings, they burn!
Of course, despite the painful moments Hiccup came up on top proving that friendship whoops mind controls but! Nakama power is strong in this one. And they all lived happily ever after!
Tho it really deserves a watch. This movie makes me happy and hope it does the same you others.
The last of us is a video game developed by Naughty Dog. It’s a action, adventure, survival horror game. Thought I wasn’t really scared much playing it. And just this week we completed it! It was an interesting play, with a good plot ( I love games with plot). It’s plot, focussed more on the way humans would act if there was a zombie apocalypse; in need for food, water, supplies, etc. so throughout the game Joel and Ellie, the main characters, ended up killing more humans than zombies ( runners and clickers as they call them in the game). The whole goal of the game was to bring Ellie to the Fireflies ( a type of militia rebel group) because she is imune to the virus.
When I first started the game I knew that Joel would get attached to Ellie because she reminds him of his own daughter who dies in the beginning of the game. What’s interesting with their relationship is that they trust each other despite beings strangers ( you know what they say; danger has a way of bringing people together. Actually I don’t think that’s the saying but whatever.).
Apart from the plot, the graphics are pretty darn amaizing.
I’m not really a gamer, I only go for games with plot, so I don’t know much to say about games but when people play this game they’ll see how fun it is though. It’s like a movie that you star in as the main character. You make the decisions ( ish). Though unlike the real life you are able to redo some things.