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Is the word "Ninja" dead to you?

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Is the word "Ninja" dead to you?

Post by Admin on Sat Aug 25, 2012 6:36 pm

In popular culture, Ninja's have always been a key of many childhoods, from pizza eating turtles, to violent skulled spectre's that torch they're opponents, obnoxious headbanded brats with no stealth at all. But coming to recent years, has the word "Ninja" became a more, un-cool, topic for you?

Enlighten us all :3


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Re: Is the word "Ninja" dead to you?

Post by Alexandra on Sat Aug 25, 2012 6:44 pm

I don't get what you're asking?


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Re: Is the word "Ninja" dead to you?

Post by Admin on Sat Aug 25, 2012 6:59 pm

[quote="Alexandra":22nmel9c]I don't get what you're asking?

Basically modern or classic Ninja's, what are your likes and dislikes about the new and old ^^

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Re: Is the word "Ninja" dead to you?

Post by Alexandra on Sat Aug 25, 2012 7:36 pm

Pop culture very, very rarely does ninjas correctly.

That being said, I like the crazy, showy, ninja-magic-all-up-in-here style of ninja better anyway.

I loved Naruto, until the timeskip. As far as I'm concerned, everything after the timeskip doesn't exist. :|
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Re: Is the word "Ninja" dead to you?

Post by Kitten on Sat Aug 25, 2012 7:52 pm

Preparaos porque la batalla será apoteósica <get ready, because the battle will be an apotheosis>

[youtube=425,350:14hxq4eb]EehdIcypknY[/youtube:14hxq4eb]


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Re: Is the word "Ninja" dead to you?

Post by Admin on Sat Aug 25, 2012 7:58 pm

[quote="Kitten":3iq462t4]Preparaos porque la batalla será apoteósica <get ready, because the battle will be an apotheosis>

[youtube=425,350:3iq462t4]EehdIcypknY[/youtube:3iq462t4]

A colorful view there Kitty, makes me miss the cheesy american view of Ninja's <img src=" title="Sad" />

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Re: Is the word "Ninja" dead to you?

Post by Admin on Sat Aug 25, 2012 7:59 pm

[quote="Alexandra":ry0tvudp]Pop culture very, very rarely does ninjas correctly.

That being said, I like the crazy, showy, ninja-magic-all-up-in-here style of ninja better anyway.

I loved Naruto, until the timeskip. As far as I'm concerned, everything after the timeskip doesn't exist. <img src=" title="Neutral" />

*Shows Alex the door* XD just kidding, I guess that series was a little "rapid".

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Re: Is the word "Ninja" dead to you?

Post by WrestlerAngel on Sat Aug 25, 2012 9:54 pm

Well, Naruto was perfect until they decided just to earn the biggest money possible by making the series impossibly long and with thousands of nonsense stuff that pretty much broke the flow of things ;X

In other words, Naruto was good until Shippuuden.


EDIT: But I mean, it wasn't a good ninja show. I couldn't even watch it thinking that the anime was about shinobis. Seriously, a 12 year blond kid wearing no mask and a vibrant orange jacked and not involved in any spy or asassination mission can't be a ninja, sorry.


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Re: Is the word "Ninja" dead to you?

Post by Alexandra on Sun Aug 26, 2012 2:03 pm

He wore the orange outfit so he would stand out, WrestlerAngel. The whole point of it was that he was a bad ninja in the beginning, trying to get people's attention.

Plus, it's a world where even the most basic, just out of the academy ninja has transformation training. In the end, the clothes they wear don't even matter. XD
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Re: Is the word "Ninja" dead to you?

Post by Admin on Sun Aug 26, 2012 4:52 pm

So Japan make a fool of themselves? or another cashcow icon? XD Rikimaru from the beloved Tenchu series is how Naruto, should of been done correctly.

Rikimaru love all round.

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