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  1. Re: Burrito Thread XI: The End? I still don't believe it!

    By losing coherence I meant that they lost sight of the original plot, and that the central themes were stretched and warped beyond the original vision to the point where the story loses any meaning....
  2. Re: Burrito Thread XI: The End? I still don't believe it!

    To be fair, not many can. 300 chapters is a long grind.

    I can't think of many series that maintained any semblance of coherence past that point.
  3. Re: Burrito Thread XI: The End? I still don't believe it!

    I'm inclined to say Bleach but I dropped Bleach after Rukia was rescued so...

    Up to the same point, I'd say Naruto was better.
  4. Re: Burrito Thread XI: The End? I still don't believe it!

    Yes, perfectly normal.
  5. Re: Burrito Thread XI: The End? I still don't believe it!

    Schizotech. Not that odd or uncommon.Mediocre ending but that's Naruto for you. Best part was the Straw Hat Jolly Roger.
  6. Re: Naruto Thread XI: Tom Bombadill

    To be fair, when I tried to read WoT the first time, I was the type of guy who would doggedly finish a series no matter how much it'd make me want to kill myself. I finished a few anime series...
  7. Re: Naruto Thread XI: Tom Bombadill

    Well, you got that far. I never made it past the first page. The mere thought of having to go through 13 door-stoppers when the first page doesn't capture your imagination is overwhelming.
  8. Re: Naruto Thread XI: Tom Bombadill

    I was talking about The Warded Man by Brett. I didn't get past the first book, it was pretty plain and tried too hard to be edgy.

    But now that you mention it, I do think the themes in Lord of the...
  9. Re: Naruto Thread XI: Tom Bombadill

    I found it to be a pretty average fantasy novel tbh.
  10. Re: Naruto Thread XI: One week more

    I spent a lot of time and years on Naruto. I was pretty apathetic for over half of it but I can't hate it, and I don't feel I wasted my time (mostly). 2~5 minutes a week adds up but I probably would...
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