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  • Blaze on 2013-Jul-08 04:14:01 Blaze said

    Cyrus is now reduced to being slapped by a child ....
  • magnipisika16 on 2013-Nov-04 12:11:17 magnipisika16 said

    Oh Dia, why so adorable :(((

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  • 2014-Apr-24 23:45:41 Pokemon v22 - 069
    Greener said: Stop being happy.
  • 2014-Apr-24 19:37:30 Pokemon v22 - 079
    Serena21 said: Koalshipping?
  • 2014-Apr-24 19:37:29 Pokemon v22 - 079
    Serena21 said: Koalshipping?
  • 2014-Apr-24 19:30:27 Pokemon v22 - 069
    Serena21 said: Celebi like us was hoping for a R/S remake, if it happened in the future, Normal and Wallace might be needed.
  • 2014-Apr-24 16:05:41 Pokemon Special BW2 Prologue 019.neuquant
    Max said: Shrugging off a perfectly legitimate question as a "lack of understanding". Typical Team Plasma.

    Also, @Mekhet:
    Yes, but not in Aspertia City.
  • 2014-Apr-24 14:03:13 pokemon special v43 076
    A said: I don't think Yellow's a Mary Sue. In fact, most of my friends who read Pokemon Adventures like her because she's pretty gentle and cute. The only thing that irked me is the fact that she is a bit alike to Bleach's Inoue Orihime from the similarity that they don't like violence. But I could see that Yellow wouldn't do that unless necessary. Another thing is, she may not have much weakness but to me and my friends, she is a vital character throughout the whole plot and that wouldn't be changed. I'm only stating my views.
  • 2014-Apr-24 08:31:24 pokemon special v43 076
    Bahmo said: Again, the measure of a Mary Sue is the way they affect the world rather than their own traits; the real giveaway is how easy of a time they have it, for whatever reason. Would a girl with Wolverine's powers be a Mary Sue? It all depends. To be frank, Wolverine HIMSELF comes off as one when written badly, smoking and drinking and being a nihilistic ass with no repercussions (so no; it's not just a girl trait), but when written well, he suffers more than a lot of us despite his powers. This is why, in case you weren't aware, Bella Swan is repeatedly called a Mary Sue, despite also being attacked as one of the most worthless, inept, lazy female characters of modern literature, because even when she's a completely mediocre person surrounded by supernatural creatures, somehow all of their feuding revolves around her and it winds up going well for her.

    Protagonists like this annoy me, and many other people, because we prefer ones who EARN their happy ending, or even continuously work for a happy ending they know may never come. Batman has many, many abilities that would probably make him a Mary Sue in a soap opera where women looked for the most eligible bachelor, but in the context of his story, we know he sacrificed lots of fortune and free time to gain those gifts, and despite them, never permanently wins his war on crime. With characters like Superman, their gifts are natural, but a good writer still finds a way to put real conflict in their lives by showing that not all people look up and are wowed by him; some are terrified of him, so he's facing a double battle against villains and his own image. In this manga, there's Sapphire, who worked her ass off to hone her physical prowess and battling skills to high levels, and despite saving Hoenn as the ultimate validation, still has to live with the tragic realization that the person she looked up to and dedicated her life to is kind of a prick.

    The point is that high capabilities do not make a Mary Sue. They're often part of the identity to at least some degree, but any sort of character can fall into it if they somehow seem immune to any consequences you expect people to go through. Good stories need conflict, and Mary Sues undermine it.