Lucy is a 17-year-old girl, who wants to be a full-fledged mage. One day when visiting Harujion Town, she meets Natsu, a young man who gets sick easily by any type of transportation. But Natsu isnt just any ordinary kid, he's a member of one of the world's most (in)famous mage guilds: Fairy Tail.
Fairy tail went from i really love this to....pls develop betterrr
First of all, i think that fairy tail had a great premise. Strongly rooted and lovable characters with good enough background to properly develop character and a really fun atmosphere as well as a concept which i\'m sure many loved - magic. Initially, when i first watched it i was pumped. The comedy was superb; action scenes were good with nice effects and choreography; the plotlines were deep; and it was from the same author as Rave master! ( It even had plue). Some arcs were very good and i did enjoy watching them.
But then i started to realise, that there was just too much damn emphasis on friendship. Sure, yea that\'s all well and good. But when the power of friendship suddenly makes you go super saiyan and just overwhelm your opponent with NO explanation whatsoever - it starts to dilute the show. It got to the point where natsu can\'t even lose the fight against 2 opponents just as strong as him merely because he heard a friend crying or something.... especially when there seems to be no training moments. This kinda makes it difficult to develop the characters due to getting a stupid sudden power up. (another note - few too many final screams on natsu\'s part [very cringeworthy])
Overall the feel of the show is a really good one and it opened extremely well, but the actual development of the characters left me feeling quite empty and longing for a bit better execution
Epic show, trashy crunchyroll
The show is boss but every single crunchy roll link is garbage on it. takes me to a sorry we don\'t have that page. what a load of crap! the mp4 upload site works good though.... when you finally get it to load
FairyTail is one of the Anime that I really enjoy. I love the character development that you see progressing throughout the show, and i also love how it doesnt seem so OP. Characters have their flaws, their limits, their weaknesses. And the anime and manga stay true to it. Fairy Tail also sticks very closely by the manga, something I love a lot. I can pick up from the manga where the anime stops for hiatus.
With other animes like Naturo and Bleach I lost interest very fast because they seemed to have too much over powered characters with no weaknesses!