Re: Fanservice, Opinions?
If a given work has nothing going for it beyond the fanservice, then I'm just not interested.
If it has a loose plot that only serves to create fanservice moments, sometimes I'm interested just to see how many hoops they are willing to jump through to set-up the fanservice moment. But hey, I'm oddly curious about strange things.
Sometimes the fanservice helps the comedy along a bit.
Beyond that, it just bores me.
~~Courage is not the lack of fear~~
Originally Posted by gooddragon1
If the party wizard can't survive a supersonic dragon made of iron at epic levels it's his own fault really.
"In soviet dungeon, aboleth farms you!"