BW Fan Opinion Chronicles: BW 025 - BW 029
by, 1st October 2011 at 02:53 PM (3119 Views)
OK, the next episodes are in. With Iris getting more focus, the Rockets going back to their white uniforms and the episodes being more enjoyable in general, we just got to the critical time where various opinions made the episodes a thrilling ride. Slowly but surely I will catch up with the latest episodes, so be patient with the next entries, OK? Until then, let’s look at some possible predictions, assumptions and strange ideas the fandom had about the episodes back then! (Note: PO = Popular Opinion)
● Overall: This is a greatly enjoyable and humorous episode, mainly because all the Pokémon display unique personalities. Special mention goes to Emolga and Snivy, because their feud is widely praised by fans for making the episode great. Some fans want their feud to continue for the sake of entertainment. This episode is considered to be a better than the previous one. Only one fan thinks this episode is predictable.
● The comedy of the episode is great and raises the expectations for some fans, where one declares the season to be stellar when it comes to comedy, and one hopes that other characters in the cast can provide their share of comedy. Two wish that there will be more fun episodes like this one.
● PO: The Pokémon shown this season, both wild and captured, have very memorable personalities. Some point out that this episode is an example of how the writers are more than capable of bringing a lot of life and vibrancy to several of these Pokémon.
● Some: Like how the episode focuses more on the Pokémon than the humans.
● Few: Excited that more genders are being revealed (Swadloon and Scraggy).
● Two: Mero Mero (Attract)'s powerful effect of completely disabling the Pokémon should be reconsidered.
● Ampharos King: "I have a feeling that these wild Pokémon, whose vivid presence was largely ignored in previous series mainly due to time constraints, will become an increasingly vital force in the execution of many storylines in BW".
● V Faction: "The BW Pokémon Cast: Arguably better than the previous casts? I give my full approval".
● One: Hopes that by the region's end, there will be an equal amount of male and female Pokémon on the main cast.
● One: Complains that the apples got more screen time than the other food.
● One: Believes that when Snivy and Emolga are best battle partners, the male Pokémon must fear them, due to their dominance.
● Some: The in-fighting between Ash's Pokémon is entertaining.
● Many: Ash's Snivy is enjoyable mainly for being bodacious, making sure Emolga was selfless and cooperative and putting up a great fight against Simisear.
● PO: The like-dislike relationship and interactions between Snivy and Iris' Emolga are exciting. The rivalry stare between them is the best part.
● Few: Wished to see the end of the fight between Tsutarja (Snivy) and Chaoboo (Pignite). Two think the battle is one-sided in Ash's favour. One of them predicts that this foreshadows a future match between Janobii (Servine) and Enbuoh (Emboar) in the League.
● Few: There is some discussion on how Snivy can use Leaf Blade to block Simisear's Flamethrower. Two think it's cool.
● Few: Notice similarities in mannerism between Snivy and Ash's Treecko. One jokes that like Sceptile, Snivy will fall in love, evolve, forgot her attacks and remember just in time to battle Clay.
● One: Thinks that Snivy won’t evolve, like Bulbasaur.
● Some: Scraggy using ineffective Headbutts on Pikachu is hilarious.
● Few: Like how Iris is now willing to battle Ash and got to do it properly. One is even surprised that Iris is a pretty good battler.
● Few: Iris continues to be a fun character.
● Two: Like how Iris is too trusting of her Emolga.
● One: Hopes to see Iris perform some on-screen training in the future.
● One: Iris contributed little to the episode and is a non-factor in the resolution of Emonga (Emolga)'s behavioural problems.
● One: Predicts that Iris will get a "bossy bully" Pokémon.
● Many: Emolga is great. Reasons include being adorable, a gold-digger, conniving and mischievous. There are a few who like the numerous expressions she had shown. One isn't impressed with her.
● Few: Emolga is uncooperative and selfish instead of being completely disobedient, like a rebellious teenager.
● Few: Volt Switch taking the Pokémon of other trainers into account when switching in is interesting.
● One: Emolga reminds him of Segawa Onpu (Ojamajo Doremi) because that character used her "magic powers to manipulate people into doing what she wants and then sticks out her tongue like she's cute"
● garrison-san: "Axew's jaded expression when Snivy prevented Emolga from sneaking away was totally darling.^^". A few others agreed that it is sweet.
● One: Contrary to past fears, Axew didn't wind up as a second Togepi, much to his relief.
● Some: Like Cilan's announcement commentary on his Pansage's victory (he was sent out due to the effect of Volt Switch and beaten Pignite).
● Some: Like Cilan saying "It's Thinking Time". One fan fears that the line will be butchered. Suggestions of the predicted translation include: "It's time to serve up the think!" and "Time to serve up some Brain Food".
● Two: Dento (Cilan) is adorable, where he commented on the different kinds of tastes throughout the episode.
● Croag: Appreciates Cilan more, like an acquired taste.
● One: Cilan's Pansage is scary since it managed to knock out Bianca's Pignite in a single blow.
● Many: Disappointed that Bianca left the group. Few thought that it's for the best; one reason is that her mannerisms will get old soon if she stays.
● Few: Call out Bianca for not knowing there's a Gym in Castelia. One criticises this as a convenient plot device to detach Bianca from the group.
● One: Hopes that Bianca will join the group for an extended period of time more often in the future.
● One: Bianca's Pignite has a very lusty expression under Attract's effect.
● Some: Simisear is enjoyable compared to how it is portrayed in Sugimori's official art, mainly because it has a different behaviour from what the official art implies with its short-temperedness. One perceives Simisear to be a "tsundere".
● One: The moment when Simisear whimpered when it was about to be crushed by a rock is heartrending.
● Two: The Watchog evolved from the Patrat in the previous episode.
● One: The Watchog is entertaining for being goofy and yakuza-like.
● One: Isn't impressed with the way the Watchog is portrayed compared to Lenora's for being over-the-top and goofy. She thinks it's because of the stilted animation.
● Overall: The episode is both humorous and scary (especially the dramatic and suspenseful climax), and the Rockets are great.
● Many: The crazy expressions by everyone are the best part of the episode, which includes Iris' face when she saw a bust flying toward her, Ash scaring the Litwick and the creepy Rocket faces. Special mention goes to Cilan's reaction to the bust appearing in front of him, which is the most priceless scene of them all (One thought that scream should have made a reprise when Jessie busted through the door).
● PO: The dark elements are a welcomed addition to the episode, especially the part where the main characters were in danger of getting pulled into the Ghost World.
● Few: Expected the episode to be a light-hearted comedy (as the preview implied), so the dramatic change of the episode is unexpected.
● Two: Commend the writers for caring about type effectiveness when Meowth (Normal) was dealt with a Fire attack and the others (non-Normal) with a Ghost attack.
● Two: The dub is being too literal, and they won't mind a few added jokes.
● One: In disbelief when nobody in the main cast has an umbrella when it rained. Another joked that Cilan's backpack has no room for that because it is filled with cooking and dining equipment.
● One: Dislikes how most of the group's Pokemon were not shown.
● The bust reminds one fan of Colonel Sanders, but to another it reminds him of SNES Andross (StarFox). One thought it looked like Giovanni!
● Certain fans recall past episodes when watching this one, including "Tower of Terror", "Ghoul Daze", and The Shining.
● One: Nice change of pace to see Oshawott as a serious battler as opposed to being comic relief.
● Few: Criticise Iris' lack of participation in the episode, especially when she squandered the opportunity to ward off the Litwick and Lampent. It is believed that there's nothing Iris could do because all her Pokemon are incapable.
● One: Happy to see that Iris and Cilan were still bantering about science vs. magic.
● PO: Cilan’s scream is girly.
● One: Cilan's dub scream is nerdy.
● One: The writers must hate Cilan, due to the amount of violence directed at him.
● Some: Happy that Cilan's Dwebble made a long overdue appearance and is participating in the situation.
● One: Points out how Trip wound up OK with his Lampent despite what is presented in this episode. Another joked that Trip has no life, so he was unaffected. Others believe that his Lampent is possibly a domesticated variant.
● Many: Team Rocket is awesome and amusing because their past personalities were present in addition to being serious and competent, and the mix is just right. One of them even said that this was how he wanted Team Rocket to be like when the season started.
● PO: The willing teamup between Ash & friends and Team Rocket is celebrated, in part because it's a rare occasion. One thought that the characters took the teamup more seriously than past happenings. Favourite parts include Ash saving Jessie and James saving Cilan (fan favourite to some). In fact, there is some mild interest in Redshipping (Ash x Jessie) after Ash grabbed her hand, and when they work together to fight off the Litwick.
● Some: Despite the Rockets going back to white, they don't feel that they completely returned to their "goofy" old ways.
● Some: Hilariously unenergetic but dedicated Rocket motto.
● Some: Team Rocket's method of blasting off using jetpacks is fantastic. However, it is disappointing that they didn't say their famous "Team Rocket is blasting off again" line.
● Few: Team Rocket's gradual energy depletion throughout the episode is well done. One likes how Jessie sounds dead when she called out Woobat for the performance. Dogasu even says that Rocket-dan's lifelessness is justified due to the situation of the episode.
● Few: When Jessie busted through the door with a restless face, a reference to The Shining was expected (Here's Jessie!). It didn't happen, even in the dub, so it was a missed opportunity.
● One: Team Rocket not stealing Pikachu for now as a sign of gratitude is a nice touch.
● One: Finds it ironic that Dr. Zager is everyone else's indirect savior.
● Few: Pleased that Yamask and Woobat appear again and battle.
● Two: James' Yamask is cute.
● Many: The Litwick are cute, psychotic and (surprisingly) malicious.
● Few: Litwick’s behaviour being based on real life paranormal activities and its PokéDex entries is a nice touch.
● Few: Unova's wild Pokemon are evil jerks.
● Two: Thought a Litwick will be captured because it was shown to have some personality and was even carried by Cilan. One of them thinks that it didn't happen because Ash already captured a lot of Pokémon by this point.
● One: Likes the novelty of the wild Pokémon being the antagonists of the episode rather than Team Rocket.
● One: Thought of how many innocent people were being endangered thanks to the Litwick's trick.
● One: Wonders what happened to the Litwick when they were thrown into the Ghost World.
● One: Didn't like how the dub changed Spirit World's name to Ghost World, which is considered dumbing it down. Another wonders if the Ghost World here is the same as "Ghoul Daze!"'s.
● Overall: The plot of the episode is generic and overdone, but there are a few great things in the episode, mainly Iris getting some time in the limelight, Druddigon's appearance and Team Rocket's interference.
● Few: The Pokémon attacks are praised. Dragon Rage and Draco Meteor look beautiful, while James' Yamask's Night Shade is a breath of fresh air due to Shadow Ball's overuse.
● Two: The short training in the beginning is a nice touch.
● One: Wonders why when the Pokémon were held hostage, the respective trainers didn't recall them into the Pokéballs.
● Some: Understand that Tepig wouldn't realistically stand a chance against Druddigon.
● Few: Ash's Tepig is dull, because it didn't have personality in addition to him losing a battle. Still, one fan pointed out Tepig's minor personality quirk.
● One: Looks forward to Scraggy learning some new moves.
● One: Amazed at Scraggy's improvement in battling.
● Many: Iris is more likeable and respected because she's given more focus and character development, backstory, extra talents and a known goal, along with being proactive and helpful. A fan reasons that the episode is supposed to highlight Iris' strengths. One fan likes how Iris gradually has more revealed about her as well as receiving development as the series progresses. There are few who didn't open up or care about Iris' extra focus. There are debates on if Iris truly received character development in the episode and if her Pokémon's development is tied to hers.
● Some: Impressed with Iris' talents, including the ability to sense the whereabouts of the Dragons, her ninja-like parkour and helping out in Emmy's battle.
● Few: With the mastery of Axew's Dragon Rage, Iris' other problems can be focused on, particularly Excadrill's disobedience.
● Few: Look forward to Iris becoming more active in episodes to come, as well as Iris-focused episodes.
● Few: Iris' decision to keep her goal secret for a long time is a questionable choice by the writers.
● Two: Predict that Iris will give Ash trouble with a fully-capable team in the future if given the chance to, including a fully-evolved Axew.
● Aestivate: "I really liked this episode because it really shows the baby steps Iris is taking to develop her character. It's really subtle and gradual; she didn't kodome ne anyone today".
● Paperhorse: "I am not a fan of Iris's goal either. I think this goal makes it very hard for her to develop as a character. There are no "benchmarks" for her to show development with this goal, like there was with Dawn's contests. (...) Goals that are too broad like hers do not work".
● One: Likes Iris' approach in warming up to Crimgan [Druddigon] and helping it, which is similar to the approach one would use to help animals in distress.
● One: Hopes that Iris will get a rival like Cilan did (Emmy isn't a true rival).
● One: Wants an episode where "Iris goes all cool and crazy, jumping and claiming to be Bianca's bodyguard".
● One: Would love to see the elder that Iris met in her flashback and have her comment on Iris' growth.
● One: Despite welcoming Iris and Axew's development, she is worried that her personal character development would be neglected in favour of Axew's. Another fan assures that if Axew would be fully-evolved in the end, the main focus on Axew will be justified.
● One: Feels that Iris didn't really have any development, so it's as if she's the same character as before, and her Pokémon isn't linked to her character development and activities.
● Some: Axew mastering Dragon Rage feels rewarding, especially because it's perfected in a short time. However, there is a debate on if the approach on its mastery is well-paced (it's mostly agreed on). That move is expected to be seen more often in the future.
● Few: Find similarities between Axew and Gible at this point. One hopes that Axew will have something that stands out from Gible.
● One: Wonders if Axew will stay out of the Pokéball after evolution.
● One: Expects Axew to evolve out of necessity if Iris is in trouble.
● Most: Team Rocket continues to be amazing despite returning to white because they maintained their intelligence, flair, competence, and no-nonsense attitude when doing their job like when they were in black. For example, they dodged a Focus Blast with style. Rocket fans are most pleased to see them being stylishly competent. Due to their unchanged attitude, some find their costume switch pointless. Still, there is a debate on if Team Rocket is still in-character. Dogasu is one of them who see them as out-of-character, and he isn't pleased about it.
● PO: Blasting off with jetpacks is much better than being blasted off by an attack. One fan jokes that they will run out of fuel in mid-air and crash into a ferris wheel.
● Few: Debate on whether Team Rocket is necessary to drive the plot in the episode or is still a plot crutch.
● Two: Enjoy the well-animated focus on Jessie's lips.
● One: The dub doesn't know whether to give Team Rocket the natural or bold treatment.
● One: Predicts that there will be a three-parter where Ash and friends will get their Pokémon back from Team Rocket.
● One: Hopes that Team Rocket's interferences are occasional rather than frequent.
● Some: Like how Team Rocket's Pokémon aid their plans well, and the Pokémon pose as legitimate threats to the heroes.
● Few: Grateful that James' Yamask is competent rather than being a James-attacking gag Pokémon like Carnivine, Cacnea and Victreebel were. One fan likes how it saved him from Draco Meteor.
● Few: Yamask' voice when it used Night Shade is eerie and creepy in the dub.
● Some: Emmy is a dull and forgettable Character of the Day, although she has a unique character design. Still, few like her, and her character development is a nice touch.
● Two: Wonder if Emmy will reappear later on.
● Ampharos King: "I believe that Emmi's existence in this episode served as both a comparison and a contrast to Iris's own situation. Both trainers were given Dragon-Type Pokémon by somebody they cared about".
● Dogasu: Amused that despite Isshu [Unova] being the American equivalent of the Pokémon World, Emmy did a lot of bowing, which is Japanese etiquette.
● Most: Druddigon is greatly loved, because it is awesome, cute, strong and friendly.
● Two: Enjoy how Druddigon and Axew helped each other in a Team Rocket situation.
● One: Druddigon is like a cross between Aerodactyl in "Putting the Air Back in Aerodactyl!" and Ash's Charizard.
● Overall: This episode is hilarious. Oshawott's training is meaningful, humorous and fun, his battles are good, and Stephan is a great character and opponent.
● Few: Praise Tamagawa's great animation.
● Few: Like the scalchop-shaped wipe as a screen transition.
● Two: Nitpick the second battle between Mijumaru [Oshawott] and Shimama [Blitzle], for being unrealistic, and one of them thought that Blitzle made a questionable move. One fan reasons that Blitzle did that to possibly get ahead of Oshawott.
● Two: Think of the Rocky theme during the training montage.
● Two: Point out that the dub didn't translate Razor Shell's name (it's Shell Blade). Some actually preferred that attack name.
● One: Wished the battle in the beginning would have lasted longer, but understands that it didn't because it might overshadow the later battle.
● Few: The part where Iris and Cilan provided commentary is funny. One fan finds the part where Ash reminds them that he's listening to them funny. A fan finds it ironic that Ash told Iris and Cilan not to think about food, considering Ash's huge appetite.
● Two: Feel that Satoshi [Ash]'s other Pokemon needed a training episode and bonding moments more than Mijumaru, considering how they had significantly less screen time.
● Two: The part where Pikachu fanned Oshawott with a leaf is funny.
● Most: Ash's Oshawott is very enjoyable and properly treated in the episode. Not only is he the star of the episode, he is cute and funny, showcased great personality (both serious and comical) and character development, received some training (to wield a rock scalchop), had bonding moments with Ash, and participated in a nice battle despite the type disadvantage (and won). Most of them who generally didn't enjoy Oshawott before enjoy him in this episode. A fan even mentions that the episode influences one to wish Oshawott luck.
● Some: The part where Iris and Cilan provided Oshawott alternatives to his missing scalchop is funny but silly. A fan thought this plot is silly.
● Few: Believe the training benefits Oshawott by making him faster and stronger.
● Few: Disappointed that Oshawott didn't take the opportunity to master Aqua Jet in the same episode as his training.
● Few: Compare Oshawott to Piplup, and the former is more favourable.
● Two: The main characters should have used their other Pokemon to help find the scalchop.
● Two: Disappointed that Oshawott didn't evolve after all the training.
● One: Believes that Oshawott is given a training episode because he is over-reliant on his scalchop to deflect Electric attacks and also because the writers want to provide Oshawott an alternative battle style without the use of his scalchop.
● One: Theorised that Oshawott wasn't able to control Aqua Jet because his eyes were shut when using it.
● One: Because Oshawott willingly battles an Electric-type, it means he will be battling in the Nimbasa Gym (an Electric-type Gym).
● One: Has a feeling that when Oshawott evolves, his personality will drastically change.
● One: Amazed that Iris and Cilan ate the shocked and burnt Berry. Another fan thinks that it is out-of-character for Cilan to eat this way.
● Few: Like how Axew contributed to the episode by finding Oshawott's scalchop, but few also disliked this because the resolution was rushed. Two think that it's OK that it's brief because Oshawott was the main character of the episode. Another believes that there should be scenes where Axew was shown finding it.
● Many: Cilan crying over his damaged cloche is funny and entertaining. It is dubious that he thinks it's a good idea considering metal conducts electricity.
● Many: The rock scalchop could have been carved smaller. A fan believes that if it were to be true, therewould be no training montage. Another believes that Dwebble isn't capable of carving smaller objects. Also, some responded that a smaller rock would have been broken more easily.
● Some: Would love to see (old personality) James around for the bottlecap that Oshawott found, because of his affinity for them.
● Many: Stephan is believed to be a great and memorable Character of the Day.
● Few: Stephan is somewhat similar to Morrison. He reminds one fan of Kurita (Eyeshield 21).
● Two: Stephan's mispronounced name is enjoyed. A fan fathoms that the name is used in the dub due to the numerous ways it can be pronounced.
● Two: Remembers a part in "Showdown in Pewter City" where Ash charged his Pikachu with electricity when Stephan charged his Blitzle.
● Two: Hopes that Stephan will reappear in the future.
● Stephan's dub voice receives mixed opinions. Some liked it, some don't (one thinks the voice doesn't fit his character).
● One: Likes the little running gag where Ash mispronounced Kenyan [Stephan] 's name wrongly. It adds a bit to his character. It leads to guessing his English name, and guesses include Manuel, Ronald and Jonathon (In the last two cases, it's the character preferring to be called by their full name rather than a nickname).
● Two: Likes how Shimama's cry resembles a neigh. Another fan thinks it sounded like malicious laughter.
● One: Questioned Blitzle's lack of Wild Charge, which is more appropriate than Flame Charge.
● Few: Enjoy Joltik's brief appearance, because it is cute.
● Two: Amazed that Joltik is so tiny.
● Overall: The episode is met with mixed reception, mainly for the romantic plot. Some find it dull, some find it alright, and some find it good. The good is that main characters made the episode entertaining. The bad is mainly about Team Rocket appearing and the rehashed plot.
● Many: Glad that Ash, Iris and Cilan got equal screentime, performed entertaining antics and contributed to it in some way which "establishes the trio dynamic". One fan thinks they are all adorable.
● PO: The last scene is beautiful, with the "Diamond Breeze" happening and Ash and friends racing through a valley with a rainbow and Cottonee overhead.
● Some: The near-ending scene is hilarious; what with the Cottonee's lovey-dovey faces, when they form a heart shape, and Cilan's wide-eyed reaction to it.
● Some: Notice similarities between this episode and "Bye Bye Butterfree". It also has elements from "Date Expectations" and "The Problem with Paras" according to a fan, who states that it's a mix between a standard training episode and a "Pokémon attempting to impress another Pokémon" episode.
● Few: Uninterested in the romantic plot. In contrast, one wishes it focused more on romance and less on battling.
● Ampharos King: "Unlike the majority of the 'love' episodes similar to this one, it was not a sad departure episode (Butterfree and Dustox). This was not also an episode that was tied to anything canonical".
● Many: Enjoy Ash's obliviousness to romance, like when he misinterpreted the Cottonee's relationship as them being best friends. A few didn't like how his obliviousness had been worsened. Few are amused that his Scraggy understood the situation better than him.
● PO: Ash should put the effort and passion he had when training the wild Cottonee into his own team's (on-screen) training. One fan even points out that the problem with this episode is that Cottonee, who received a lot of development, is not likely to appear again. This is mentioned because an issue with the series so far is that many of the crew's Pokémon are underdeveloped.
● One: Due to Axew's strength, he believes that Ash should train his Scraggy to catch up.
● Some: Like that Scraggy starred here because he is cute, shows personality and is funny. He also received brief training and was chosen to help train the Cottonee.
● Few: Wish that Scraggy learned more moves.
● One: Pities Scraggy because his training partner was much stronger than him.
● Few: Glad to see Tranquill around.
● Many: Most find Iris' appetite for apples throughout the episode and talking with her mouth full funny. One fan (who didn’t like it) guesses that Iris "had some bad romantic experiences in her life and so she eats so that she doesn't feel the pain".
● Few: Iris' comments on "such a kid" are considered appropriate. Some still find them annoying.
● One: Due to Iris eating apples and talking about love, he thinks she temporarily had a body switch with her Emolga.
● PO: Axew being noticeably stronger in his battle with Scraggy is a huge plus, as it shows his training in previous episodes had an effect.
● Many: Cilan is hilarious and enjoyable mainly because of his scintillating passion with romance and his gratuitous English (like "It's confession time!"). Some even like that he "never changes".
● Few: Feel that Cilan should have used his "It's (...) time!" catchphrase in the first place in his debut instead of this episode for the sake of consistency.
● Most: The episode could do without Team Rocket because their actions didn't really affect the grand scheme of things in the episode. In fact, some thought that it's better for a wild Pokémon to fill in as the antagonist instead. It is guessed that Team Rocket is included to show that they are still relevant and to justify their voice actors' paychecks. One fan pessimistically fears that it's a sign that future episodes need to feature Team Rocket in some way. Their ironically quick defeat makes some question their competence. Still, some like them around for the little time they appeared.
● Few: The reason and explanation for Team Rocket stealing the Cottonee is never really understood, nor did it contribute to the plot resolution, so it's disliked.
● dman_dustin: "I think the hate of them in this episode is unfounded, for the simple fact they had a plan to catch a lot of the Cottonee, and not be messed with. Unfortunately as it goes, the twerps were getting themselves involved with the Cottonee themselves".
● One: Comments on how Team Rocket are "soulless robots". She guesses that the writers make Team Rocket "cool" and "interesting" as possible to the target audience.
● Dogasu: Believes the episode could have been saved by the comedy provided by pre-BW Rocket-dan like a boss fantasy. Two fans agreed on the boss fantasy making the episode better, but one disagreed.
● Some: Like the training that Ash & Co. did with the Cottonee, as it shows signs of improvement and having a resolution for the effort. Everyone helped out with the training, but special mention goes to Ash, who helped the Cottonee with its battling.
● Two: Wishes that someone in the party caught a Cottonee.
● One: Questions the idea of treating the first form of an evolutionary line like an adult, like how the Venipede swarm in BW 22 had a Venipede leader.
● One: Believes the female Cottonee changed her opinion on that one male too easily.
That’s a wrap for these episodes. Looking at the next batch, I can tell it's going to be a pain to compile the opinions. If you have any feedback on this, feel free to express it. I hope you enjoyed reading these as much as I enjoyed writing them.
Thanks for reading.
Special thanks to: Taiki, Meron, ShinjIteru (Extra thanks for the GIF!) and Kakuna Matata
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