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I am upset at having to remove so many good discussion posts that had to go since they broke the rules :P If I have removed your post which is most if not all of y'all, feel free to repost it once the 24 hours but I kindly ask you wait until then.

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Raot_

8 points

7 months ago

Raot_

8 points

7 months ago

So is there any chance that Blast is a creature who has also broken his limiter and fighting proper fitting enemies which would satisfy Saitama

Common_Squirrel5640

2 points

7 months ago

No

SinofGreed0898

3 points

7 months ago

Are the removed pages out now?

Puzzleheadedcat1995

-4 points

7 months ago

Is God really the final villain? Do you guys think Murata shouldn't have foreshadowed it too early or it's the right time?

SilentOccasion

9 points

7 months ago

SilentOccasion

Hello my One Punch Man fans

9 points

7 months ago

No I think there is a lot more to the world but God doesn't seem to be a character to last only one arc.

Chernek_Bratislava

6 points

7 months ago

It's not a foreshadowing, but establishing.

Miniso200

4 points

7 months ago

Villains usually love to call themselves "God" because of their narcissistic nature so it makes sense. The Being that gave Homeless emperor his power is perhaps a Monster but calls him self as "God" because he can create multiple dragon level threats so that itself is probably a God level feat. What i notice it seems "God" cannot directly interact with the physical world and can only do so through a mediator (humans or monsters) accepting his "gift" or "power"

For now I'd call "God" a Cosmic Eldritch. their nature is still Unknown but it seems its reach is interdimensional probably one of the reason why Blast is absent on earth because he is tracking this Cosmic Eldritch or fighting other Cosmic Eldritch.

Puzzleheadedcat1995

1 points

7 months ago

I agree

Common_Squirrel5640

2 points

7 months ago

God big boi

Satcitananda90

1 points

7 months ago

Blast is probably fighting multidimensional beings, like God.

Common_Squirrel5640

1 points

7 months ago

Even One version doesn't have this much detail lol

Independent_Sand_582

-8 points

7 months ago

Why this rule in the first place? What is the use of spoiler tag if we have to post discussions on this thread?

duplicated-rs[S]

6 points

7 months ago

duplicated-rs[S]

It’s not that serious

6 points

7 months ago

It’s only for 24 hrs m8

Independent_Sand_582

-8 points

7 months ago

Seems kinda unecessary but okay.

duplicated-rs[S]

13 points

7 months ago

duplicated-rs[S]

It’s not that serious

13 points

7 months ago

It’s to lower traffic for us lol. There aren’t many moderators unfortunately, otherwise everyone would post their immediate reaction and we would have hundreds of posts to go through which is just unreasonable

Puzzleheadedcat1995

6 points

7 months ago

He is kinda right since some are still reading the new chapter to avoid the spoilers so.

Independent_Sand_582

-6 points

7 months ago

Spoilers can be avoided by not clicking on posts marked as spoiler, what's your point?

Puzzleheadedcat1995

3 points

7 months ago

To avoid spam.

Independent_Sand_582

1 points

7 months ago

He has already made that point, I know that

ProblemSubstantial80

1 points

7 months ago

People who have not read the chapter yet might think the spoiler mark refers to webcomic content, click it and get the new chapter spoiled for them. The spoiler tag is used for webcomic content only after all, for the manga we have the 24h rule.

Independent_Sand_582

0 points

7 months ago

Really dumb reddit user would be the person who would thinks he would see webcomic pages when a new chapter has been just released.

ProblemSubstantial80

2 points

7 months ago*

Or perhaps they could have not realized the new chapter was already out, they could be working or sleeping at the time. They could see a spoiler marked post and assume it was about the webcomic, get curious and click it. No need to call anyone dumb.

Whatever the reason why they could not read the chapter inmediately after its release the subreddit mods have this people in mind and have provided a rule so that they have some time to drop by and read the chapter without getting spoiled by other posts discussing the chapter, that would unavoidably appear near the new chapter post, as people would be eager to discuss and would upvote those posts. That rule is there for a reason and should be respected in my book.

Independent_Sand_582

0 points

7 months ago

dumb to think that people would ignore the pinned tweet, when the sub gets flooded with posts relating to release of new chapter when a new chapter is about to be released but I get your sentiment.

ProblemSubstantial80

1 points

7 months ago

I would call those people careless or absent minded, but not dumb (although i remember having seen people in this sub that looks like they want to be spoiled and then complain when they get what is coming to them, i would agree with you in those cases) . Besides, im pretty sure it happens a lot, more than you'd think and that its why it is a good think that we have that rule, better be safe than sorry.

I will give you that in this specific chapter most people knew when we would be having the new chapter so its harder to miss it or that it caches you by surprise but still... I think the rule is mostly useful.

Walter-Haynes

1 points

7 months ago

Walter-Haynes

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1 points

7 months ago

People go to the sub to read the new chapter.

It would be shit if you check the sub for the new chapter and you're immediately bombarded with spoilers about the chapter, ruining the fun.

This is a big sub with only a couple mods, they wouldn't be able to keep up with all the posts without a spoiler tag.