No.241493[Reply][Last 50 Posts]
Looking back at the last two threads there seems to be somewhat of a general consensus that we've come to some kind of …impasse(?), that if we're not the last wizard, we will be the last wizards of our kind.108 posts and 14 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.
Question is who, if anybody, will come after us?
To me it's ridiculously obvious that the subculture(s) that the wizards, outsiders, outcasts, losers, etc resided in are completely in the hands of the normalfags, right down to the degeneracy contained within them. (Now, it seems like it's starting to consume them but that's another topic maybe).
Some anons in the last thread have argued that wizards should erect ever higher walls to keep out the normalfags from their hobbies but I say that's a futile and exhaustive exercise thanks in no small part to retard-proof internet access.
I think wizards, of the current generation at least, have to make peace that what was once theirs, is no longer. (Older wizards I'd think are beyond caring at this point since they've sort of defeated time.)
You’re just coming in here calling everyone stupid yet not offering up any response to the OP yourself.
>>242121>It will likely evolve into consumer tat
It pretty much already has, Shounen Jump for example now has a strong mandate to make series that appeal to "global" audiences and not Japan
I will sum it all up
Japan is ageing dramatically it was to be expected
When are they inviting wizzies over to boost the numbers?