- Oct 23, 2010
- Reaction score
Jimmy Zoppi's James is the best.
I watched the first episode once, and I had that feeling too. It's like they made it too kiddy for the 90s nostalgia audience they're trying to pander to. Come to think of it, that's how I felt about Power Rangers Samurai when I watched it as a kid.Does anyone else feel like SM the most hollow the anime has gotten or is it just me?
Don't judge the whole thing based on just one episode.I watched the first episode once, and I had that feeling too. It's like they made it too kiddy for the 90s nostalgia audience they're trying to pander to. Come to think of it, that's how I felt about Power Rangers Samurai when I watched it as a kid.
This could end up being kinda racist tho.
- Very rural in temperament and lacking in social customs & norms; speaks like a country bumpkin. This is because of her upbringing in the Village of Dragons/White's (2) version of Opelucid City. I thought it'd be really interesting to see how that dynamic interacts with Ash, since he's never had a companion like that before. Also, if there's a tree, she's in it.
- I wanted her to be a very outdoorsy person with a penchant for naturally produced elements. I'm talking about refusing to sleep in Pokemon Centers, only eating fruits, vegetables, and whatever else she gathered, sleeping in trees, doesn't use hair products, bathing in public/natural areas (for comedic effect, of course) and the like. Over time, she'd come to appreciate modern aspects of living, but not before vehemently preferring to be outside rather than inside.
- Very spiritualistic and superstitious. And this would be consistently portrayed throughout the saga. She'd also get into arguments with Clian often, and insult him (playfully) whenever she could.
You should give the subbed version a whirl. If it's her voice that's bothering you, watch a couple first episodes of the series with subtitles and then think which version you prefer.So, not sure how controversial this opinion is, but this was the best pace I could think of to put it.
I'm only one episode in and Lillie already annoys me. It's her voice. It just really annoys me. I know it's the first episode, so hopefully she's able to grow into the role as things go along. Also, if the first few seconds of episode two are anything to go by, I'm gonna feel the same way about Lana pretty soon.
Also the fact that I'm watching the English dub is probably important context.
Sadly, that's not gonna happen, Her voice is awful, worst voice acting for main character of the whole show.I'm only one episode in and Lillie already annoys me. It's her voice. It just really annoys me. I know it's the first episode, so hopefully she's able to grow into the role as things go along.
Which is pretty sad, because she's probably has the most interesting and deep character out of all the Sun & Moon main characters.Yeah, Lillie's dub voice is pretty bad. I've gotten used to it, but it's certainly not my ideal voice for the character. She always sounds so high pitched and squeaky. It almost sounds more like a joke voice for a rich kid than how someone could actually talk. Most of the other voices for the SM cast are pretty good or at least okay, but Lillie is easily the worst one of the bunch.