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    notnow is offline Senior Member Regular
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    okay, that makes more sense. thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eternal_stryfe
    hao doesnt die...read my post and u'll find out why
    Yeah he does just not in the manga in the anime he does

    *SPOILER* about the anime









    At the end of the anime yoh and amidamaru merge into one being and slice hao in half, its pretty cool lol.

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    *Spoiler alert* (highlight to read)

    well the ending of the manga was rather ... abrupt, yeah thats the right word for it, i mean its like Yoh's gang dosn't even meet wif Hao in the end.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by lycao
    At the end of the anime yoh and amidamaru merge into one being and slice hao in half, its pretty cool lol.
    Uh... that was just Yoh using the super furyokou everyone gave him to make a supersized O.S. with the form of his main spirit, Amidamaru, with the O.S. weapon, S.O.S., having a shape based on Yoh's very first spirit's, Matamune's, Chou-SenjiRyakketsu FumonGoryouE, O.S. Onigoroshi, a giant demon slaying katana O.S. Yoh never merged with Amidamaru, but he did let Amidamaru possess Yoh right before Hao took Yoh's soul. Which I have no idea how Amidamaru got Yoh's soul outa there.
    Also, it was not cool how he just suddenly defeats Hao. It was just too sudden, and Hao shoulda lived, as he is not evil at heart and is just too cool. And as Manta says, no one knew of the whereabouts of Hao in the end of the anime, so he wasn't "sliced in half."

    God, all of my posts are too long. >_< Lol, "Chou-SenjiRyakketsu FumonGoryouE, O.S. Onigoroshi"...very long, not as long as Amidamaru in Harusame in Futsu no Mitama no Tsuguri, O.S. S.O.S. though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ApocalypticARK
    Also, it was not cool how he just suddenly defeats Hao. It was just too sudden, and Hao shoulda lived, as he is not evil at heart and is just too cool. And as Manta says, no one knew of the whereabouts of Hao in the end of the anime, so he wasn't "sliced in half."
    I agree that it wasn't cool that Hao dies... I believe he is right in his desire to kill all humans. Yes, that sounds evil, I know. But I agree with him. Humans are a plague upon this planet. We will all destroy Earth sooner or later. But, back to Hao. I couldn't believe it, but I was glad that he got "killed." (I believe he was killed. I mean, it's pretty obvious that he was sliced in half.) He was crazy at the end. He needed to die.

    Wow. I'm going to get a lot of hate mail from this.

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    As I said, he shouldn't die, HE WAS NOT TRULY EVIL AT HEART, as in he shoulda gotten a second chance or somethin, because the ONLY REASON he was evil was because he went insane. As for Mappa-Douji in how he was apparently evil ever since his childhood, that story definitely doesn't follow with Shaman King's actual story of Hao, because when he was an adult, he was definitely not evil.

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    Lol, Matamune looks funny being held like that.

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    The ending to the anime was rushed and lame, and was ruined even further by its dubbed version. I don't think that the Oversoul used by Yoh to defeat Hao in the anime had anything to do with Matamune though, or any of the other things (aside from Chou Senjiryakketsu) that you mentioned; after all, they weren't even present in the anime. It was the Furyoku from all the other Shamans, or something lame like that.

    In response to Madi-chan...yes, that is true about humans in general, and Hao does have a point. But simply eliminating humans won't get rid of the problem, as human beings, by their very nature, are selfish and tend to turn a blind eye to their natural surroundings. Shamans are technically human, too, and so are susceptible to human nature. Hao's logic is horribly flawed, and asks for unnecessary sacrifice to achieve an idealistic utopia that could not possibly exist under any circumstances. I wouldn't say that hao is evil, just...simpleminded, in a way.

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    Hao is not really evil you know. It's because he's lonely and lots of people hate him for his ablity. It's a pity for him though. I think I'll become like him if i was treated that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kratos
    In response to Madi-chan...yes, that is true about humans in general, and Hao does have a point. But simply eliminating humans won't get rid of the problem, as human beings, by their very nature, are selfish and tend to turn a blind eye to their natural surroundings. Shamans are technically human, too, and so are susceptible to human nature. Hao's logic is horribly flawed, and asks for unnecessary sacrifice to achieve an idealistic utopia that could not possibly exist under any circumstances. I wouldn't say that hao is evil, just...simpleminded, in a way.
    Sigh... we already had this long arguement on AIM... People all think differently. Let's leave it at that.

 

 
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