Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2: PS4 Collector’s Edition on Sale, 46% Price Cut (PROMOTION OVER)

UPDATE: This promotion is over and no longer valid!

The PS4 Collector’s Edition of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is on sale on this fine Christmas day! The MSRP is $149.99, however, at the time of this writing, fans can purchase it for $81.02! That’s a 46% price cut or $68.97 in savings. We’re not sure how long the discount will last, but if you’re in the market for this bundle of greatness, head on over to Amazon.com as soon as possible! Just to be clear, this is for the US and only for PS4. The Xbox One version is currently full price.

The Collector’s Edition Has…

  • A copy of the game
  • Son Goku Super Master Stars Piece (34cm tall)
  • Exclusive box design with metal case
  • Xenoverse 2 soudntrack disc
  • Time Patroller’s Guide

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Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2: SSGSS Vegito, SSR Black, Zamasu Confirmed for DLC Pack 2
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2: DLC Pack 1 Trailer, Frost/Cabba Gameplay
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2: Full Patch Notes for Version 1.04/1.05
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2: Champa & Vados Confirmed for DLC Pack 2
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2: Kaioken x10 SSGSS Goku, Hit DLC Preview
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2: December 4 Raid Quest vs Majin Vegeta
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2: Skills Change List, PC/Steam Edition Gets Several Updates
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2: Free DLC and DLC Pack 1 Releasing on December 20

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is an action-fighting game with MMO and RPG elements in development by Dimps. It was published by Bandai Namco Entertainment for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in North America on October 25 and in Europe on October 28.

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  • God Arale

    first! I always come first 🙁

  • YOᗰI 由紀

    I have it on my desk, he’s pretty.

  • Element115Will

    Find it funny how this website has kept track of season 2 of attack on Titan this and that and this but then yesterday the trailer got released for season two and they havent updated no damn news.

  • Nagatem, Triangle Sama SI God

    Triangle sama has bought one
    Going to sell the game and keep the swag since I have it already

  • ®CodeBreaker™

    People actually waste their money on this…?

  • Gent✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    For 80$ I would buy it but 149$ it’s too much

  • uhMayzedHD

    I guess this is cool for action figure collectors but I’m not one though.

  • Gent✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    For how many days will that price be…I might get it if I can …80$ isn’t that much

  • Gent✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    R.I.P Who is he?!

  • uhMayzedHD

    Probably by the end of the year or fly off the shelves

  • Anthony_weaver86

    Just saw the new issue of Dragonball Multiverse, and it was good

  • N’cha!

  • God Arale

    I-IMPOSSIBLE ! It. IT CAN’T BE !? – To be continued

  • spyro20

    who would have thought goku would hire an assassin? whats weird is how hit didn’t even get paid. lol

  • spyro20

    ever heard a song called “careless whisper” ?

  • spyro20

    just like naruto ninja storm 4 right? lol

  • Goku Black

    lol hes not an action figure he dont move

  • Ryumancer

    Man! 2016 has SUCKED THE BIG ONE!

    Pros:
    -Cubs finally win a world series after over a century
    -Xenoverse 2 is released
    -Battlefield 1 is released
    -Judge Scalia kicked the bucket
    -Fidel Castro died

    Cons:
    -NUMEROUS celebrity deaths
    -Worst possible outcome for a U.S. election (and most of the cabinet members appointments that followed)
    -Ridiculous number of police killings in the U.S.
    -Huge wildfire in Canada
    -Brexit
    -Columbia voting NOT to end the 50 year civil war
    -Several unconventional attacks carried out by radical muslim scum (note I said RADICAL)
    -RETARDED Harambe meme
    -Death of Vine (not really devastating but still kinda sucky)
    -Hurricane Matthew
    -Zika virus continuing to spread
    -A 2-year old was killed by an alligator at a Disney resort
    -Ridiculous amounts of Pokemon Go and Hoverboard-related incidents

    Pretty sure I only covered the tip of the iceberg in terms of the cons.

  • spyro20

    don’t for get that “first, second, third, etc” and that dabbing crap.

  • Ryumancer

    Oh god, DABBING! How did I forget that?! Damn it! My bad. That was crap! Same with the Whip and Nae Nae. Not to mention those stupid ear-rape moments on those dank meme videos. Those videos themselves were okay, but there was no reason to amp the volume so horrifically at certain points.

  • Red Hood ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    I mean, 2016 was basically the same as every other year if you think about it. Your list of cons aren’t really exclusive to this year, or that big a deal when you look at the big picture

    – Sad but that happens like every year so…
    – I’m gonna wait til he’s actually inaugurated and does something before I judge him
    – Same shitt happened last year. It’s a problem but it’s nothing new
    – California is on fire like every year. The Canada fire is bad, but it’s not a 2016 exclusive.
    – Yeah Brexit was kinda bad, or so I’ve heard.
    – Ok the Civil War stuff sucks too
    – Terrorist attacks are nothing new though
    – This was fine.
    – Pretty much every notable vine person also had a twitter/facebook/youtube page so not that big a deal tbh
    – That’s just nature. Happens every year.
    – Remember Ebola? Pretty sure the Zika virus came and went as fast as that did
    – Sucks for the family.
    – People are stupid, and people will be stupid next year too.

  • spyro20

    well if things are going to be THAT bad, guess we should expect more suicides and some genocides. nothing wrong with that we are all going to die regardless eventually.

  • Red Hood ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    Wow, aren’t you just messed up in the head…

  • Red Hood ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    “Nothing’s wrong with mass murder, they were gonna die eventually.”

    Pretty f#cked up way of thinking.

  • spyro20

    not really, you don’t have to expect such negativities. calm down, also, don’t expect you’ll keep the life you have flowing through your body forever.

  • Red Hood ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    You just said that there’s nothing wrong with genocides since they’re all going to die regardless eventually. Barring disease or some kind of freak accident, we’re all going to die a natural death. Suicide or genocide aren’t natural, and they shouldn’t be acceptable alternatives to that. No one expects to live for ever, but trying to rationalize suicide or murder as “everyone will die eventually” is just messed up.

  • spyro20

    tekken 7, something new with street fighter, zelda breath of the wild, splatoon on the NINTENDO SWITCH, game ports on the PS VITA and NINTENDO SWITCH.

  • spyro20

    so are you taking his place? interesting.

  • spyro20

    i’m not don’t get it twisted.

  • Ryumancer

    -More celeb deaths than usual this year, at least more of the bigger deaths
    -His cabinet is evidence enough that could be a repeat of Bush
    -It grew into somewhat of a norm this year. It ain’t healthy.
    -Most of it happened in 2016 I think.
    -If only half the people voted for it, then yeah, it’s pretty bad, lol.
    -Yeah Columbia sucks right now, lol
    -This year has been more about running people over with vehicles rather than the usual guns and explosions.
    -The meme NEEDS to die
    -Kinda why I said it isn’t devastating.
    -I merely mentioned the noteworthy one this year, not hurricanes in general.
    -Sure, but Zika seems to be the big thing now.
    -At least they killed the gator.
    -Quite true.

  • Ryumancer

    Sorry, but he was an ass hole. He hardly changed anything for the better during his rule.

  • spyro20

    well this ENTIRE world is corrupt so what do you expect? sure genocides and suicides are bad but at least suicides are to be expected and there is nothing wrong with that unless you are going to kill yourself over stupid stuff like bullying or whatever else thats nothing to commit suicide over. life in this world is limited keep that in mind, just make the best of YOUR life as to how YOU want to spend it.

  • Ryumancer

    Injustice 2

  • Ryumancer

    Depends on how bad the bullying is, dude. Some of it gets HORRIFIC.

  • spyro20

    well that “depends” even so, bullying is very a small issue that can be solved in three ways:

    1. transfer to another school
    2. beat the crap out of the jerk (bully) to teach him/her a lesson
    3. get a new life

  • Ryumancer

    As a victim of bullying myself in middle school, I can debunk all three of these:

    1. Only school in the district, couldn’t move.
    2. Tried retaliating, I got into more trouble than the bully stupidly enough.
    3. Far too broad of a cop-out answer, you can’t just leave things behind that easily on a whim.

    That leaves you with three new and very limited options:

    A) Take the brunt of the abuse the best you can and come out of it with low self-esteem and minor social disorders (this is the one I went with)

    B) Disregard any rules and go for broke (likely conducting a school shooting and/or joining a gang, which hardly ever goes well)

    C) Or remove yourself from the pain and emotionally destroy your friends and family, and by some miracle turn the public against the school and/or bully(s) that drove you to this decision (suicide)

  • spyro20

    those are still ridiculous ways to handle situations like that, but you know what instead of shooting innocent people in the school wouldn’t it make sense to kill your bully?

  • God Kookie Diva

    Ni No Kuni 2, Crash Trilogy and Kingdom Hearts 3.

  • Ryumancer

    That’s how almost ALL school shootings started, including Columbine. But then they decided to become indiscriminate on who they shoot and then they turn coward and kill themselves to avoid jail time. Most people who initiate school shootings are idiots.

  • Gent✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    No

  • Gent✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    I don’t celebrate Christmas lel

  • King Donald (LordF)

    Wether a man was good or not, a death is not “good news” , but well that’s my philosophy. As for the election, I think that both candidates were bad, moreover, I think that these elections bring injustice

  • Ryumancer

    Ever seen the movie Deadpool?

  • Gent✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    Yes

  • Ahtma ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    I have a very strange stance that I think bullying averages out to a good thing. I think it’s important not only for social norms to be reinforced in people (and there creates the argument of “express yourself the way you want to,” only there are definitely limits to that and that applies to expressing yourself reasonably), it also teaches children how to overcome challenge. In the words of the character Reality from South Park, “the world is not a liberal arts college campus.” You will not be met with nothing but smiling faces and open arms your whole life. Bullying is a real gray area for me because it can lead to some very legitimate issues and it was something that I struggled with growing up, but ultimately I’m glad all the stuff I’ve been through happened simply because of the experience and it taught me how to manage my feelings effectively as well as grow a spine and stand up for myself.

    None of your options applied to me and I was bullied well into high school. The closest would be A, but I have rather great self-esteem and a strong sense of personal worth to myself. A lot of people regard me as a “cool guy” which sounds tenuous when you brag about it over the internet but it’s more part of the point I’m trying to make than boasting.

  • Ahtma ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    Dabbing came from the actual dabbing, which is smoking straight hash oil. The dance move comes from having to cough really hard (because, realtalk, dabbing is rough but fun) and doing so into the bend of your arm.

  • Ahtma ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    See, the last time we had this debate was quite a while back and I didn’t have the worldview I do now. I basically feel the exact same way you do, that we’re all gonna die anyway so in the end what we do is meaningless, but it’s because of this very lack of obvious meaning in life that it should drive everyone to find their own. Life is what you make of it, same with what it means to you. Just because in 1,000 years no one will remember our name doesn’t give you an excuse to disregard life.

  • Ahtma ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    Worst possible outcome for the U.S. election definitely would’ve been Hillary. I’d rather not dive headfirst into a nuclear war with Russia. Also Brexit was ultimately a good thing, it’s caused a lot of bad things but Britain is smart to get out of the EU before they get screwed over by the migrant crisis that’s currently plaguing Germany and France.

  • God Kookie Diva

    Turkey and cheese with a little bit of mayonnaise.

  • No games but Nintendo Switch 🙂

  • Gent✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    Assassin’s creed,for Honor,

  • Gent✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    When someone like vados orders something he has to do it

  • Gent✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    I just fight with the one that tries to bully me if he’s stronger I call my brother….done

  • *Trafalgar D. Water Law*

    digimon, kingdom hearts 2.8, Tekken 7

  • Ping pong.

  • Tsuna Sawada

    Spider-Man ps4

  • Darnell™

    Horizon Zero Dawn
    Horizon Zero Dawn
    Horizon Zero Dawn
    Injustice 2
    Tekken 7

  • Darnell™

    Thou shalt not die
    Thou shalt not commence treachery
    I commend thee, SaiyanIsland, to come back to life
    Racka shala Racka shala Racka shala
    By the spells of Darnell’ism, I REVIVE ALL!!!

  • Darnell™

    Who ever replies gets a free 4K TV and a box of warm, made with love, scrumptious, chocolate chip cookies! 😀

  • Darnell™

    Q-Q okai…

  • ButtMen (Linger)

    Yes.

  • *Trafalgar D. Water Law*

    ill take it lol

  • Darnell™

    Dad! 😀
    Hey man

  • *Trafalgar D. Water Law*

    oh yea! The cookies are delicious my friend!

  • Darnell™

    I know, thx.
    Was made with love <3

  • *Trafalgar D. Water Law*

    I can taste it haha

  • Ryumancer

    Being born with a slight mental disability (Asperger’s) also hurts your self-esteem, which I was. So that obviously doesn’t help.

  • Ryumancer

    Okay. Then Careless Whisper is the song played at the very end of the movie.

  • Ryumancer

    Trump himself doesn’t have much power, his cabinet on the other hand is cancer. They’re worse than anything Hillary would’ve gone with.

    I’m not denying the possible long-term benefits of Brexit. But short-term ramifications are difficult, ill-timed, and historic, hence why I mentioned it as a con for 2016.

  • Ryumancer

    Explaining the origin doesn’t make it anymore tolerable. It’s still a retarded meme.

  • Ahtma ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    I’ve never been tested for it but I’ve always held the belief that when I was younger I would’ve been on the spectrum. I had the classic telltale signs. Inability to read social queues, I would like my toys up/stack them, lack of effective emotional management, etc. You shouldn’t let it dominate you.

  • Ahtma ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    The one cabinet pick I’m very, very excited about is James Mattis as the Secretary of Defense. He is literally the best possible pick for that position.

  • Ryumancer

    I didn’t let it dominate me. But I shouldn’t act like I don’t have it either. Same with acting like being bullied “puts hair on your chest”.

    Unlike the famous saying, not EVERYTHING that doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.

  • Ryumancer

    A few of his crappiest picks are as follows:

    -Reince Priebus (Chief of Staff)
    -Rick Perry (Secretary of Energy)
    -Scott Pruitt (EPA Administrator)
    -Jeff Sessions (Attorney General)

    We don’t need anymore good ol’ boys screwing up anything else. Perry and Pruitt are polar opposites of the positions they were appointed for. -_-

  • Ahtma ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    Acting like you have it means you let it influence/dominate you. Acting like you don’t have it would mean that you’re actively working against it and trying to rise above it.

  • Ryumancer

    There’s a difference acting like you have it and merely acknowledging you have it.

  • Ahtma ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    Right, but acknowledging you have it could also unconsciously cause you to submit to what’s expect of you as someone with Asperger’s. What always saved me imo is that I never was diagnosed with something like that because my parents never took me to a doctor or anything for it, over time I just learned how to manage myself from my own observations and experience.

  • Ryumancer

    No. Submitting to what’s expected of you counts as acting like you have it, which isn’t the same as merely acknowledging it. Your logic suggests that all Arabs or Muslims would have to surrender to the stereotype that they blow stuff up, which is incorrect. If you’re born with something, you can grow to overcome what’s expected of you.

  • Ahtma ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    No, because I’m not applying the same logic to Muslims and Arabs and that’s a false equivalence while also working under the assumption I think in extreme absolutes and cannot have different sets of logic for different situations. My point I was making was that I very well could have been placed on the spectrum and diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome, and I was not and I feel that was for the best. Ultimately this has worked to grow me as a person because I have never been able to point out something as my definitive flaw or the one barrier that stops me from doing the things I want to do. It was never “because I have Asperger’s syndrome,” it was always more critical things, like “I’m being an ass,” “I’m being awkward,” “I’m not being respectful to people,” “people don’t like being around me so I should figure out why,” etc.

    Merely acknowledging it grants the opportunity to use it as a crutch, even subconsciously in my opinion. Had I been diagnosed and placed on the spectrum my life would have been significantly different, and that’s definitely in the bad way, because I never would’ve looked at myself in the same way had I had a diagnosis. It wouldn’t have been “I talk about video games too much,” it would’ve turned into “I talk about video games too much because I have Asperger’s syndrome.”

  • Ryumancer

    You ARE working in extremes. You think just because you acknowledge it, it completely 100% dominates your life, which is horrifically incorrect. And it is not false equivalence because the thing they have in common is a stereotype placed on them by the society at large. Brain disabilities are just as much a part of you as race or nationality. It’s all genetics.

    You can still grow past something like Asperger’s (if it’s high functioning enough anyway). Your logic keeps saying you can’t. That’s too black-and-white for the kind of world we live in.

  • Ahtma ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    My logic dictates that you can still grow past it, it’s just there as a convenient crutch for the people that either can’t (and if it’s that bad, then it’s really not anyone’s fault and I wouldn’t be giving the same spiel at all because that’d be messed up) or feel like they can’t.

    Bullying does help, but not in ways most people choose to acknowledge. They teach younger people how to properly deal with conflict while also hammering in social norms. Without it, yeah, there’d be people with less problems, but at the same time those people would be spineless who at the first sign of conflict (which will always happen, it’s unavoidable) will have absolutely no idea what to do or how to go about it. Bullying shouldn’t be done away with, it should be dealt with constructively, because it is both terrible and a catalyst for a lot of personal growth.

    “Bullying doesn’t help anyone other than the bullies and that’s that.”

    I guess nevermind that I’ve been half-advocating for it this entire time by saying that it helped me grow as a person. What a solid defense, saying “ah lah lah I can’t hear you, my point is correct and this argument is over.”

  • Ryumancer

    You keep referring to the crutch as absolute. So no, not really.

    The actions you took and decisions you made helped you grow, not the bullying itself. There’s a difference. I say bullying SHOULD be done away with. It only hurts people, both in the short and long term, regardless of whether or not people grow from it. And once again you’re dealing in absolutes. Just because they’re peace-loving doesn’t mean they’re spineless.

    My defense is bullying is for d!cks and people who think constant conflict helps EVERYONE need a good LONG hard look in the mirror.

  • Ahtma ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    The bullying itself was the catalyst for the actions and decisions I made in terms of teaching myself how to manage my feelings and respect for myself and others.

    “Just because they’re peace-loving doesn’t mean they’re spineless.”

    And just because they’re not involved in conflict doesn’t automatically mean someone’s a peace lover.

    “My defense is bullying is for d!cks”

    Yeah, it is. I’m not saying it isn’t.

    “people who think constant conflict helps EVERYONE need a good LONG hard look in the mirror.”

    I took a good LONG hard look in the mirror just coming back inside from the rain to remind myself of just how much of a charming and interesting person I am and how far I’ve come in life from where I used to be. Also because my hair is parting weirdly today and it’s something I’m frequently conscious of. Constant conflict doesn’t help, learning to deal with it as it happens does because you will never be in a place without conflict. Completely shunning conflict is not the same as resolving it, and many many people conflate the two. The moment you’re out of a school environment you run out of people who have to be nice and civil towards you, and at that point it’s a free game. By safety padding someone in their early developmental stages as well as rounding all of the edges away so they don’t even have to think about getting hurt will ultimately just prove to harm them because it won’t teach them proper conflict resolution skills.

    It’s telling enough that even after you tried to establish the argument as over and that you said you wouldn’t continue on the topic of discussion that you responded again. Either this means that I’m right about conflict and how it’s important for people to understand how to make themselves heard as well as standing up to challenges and that bullying can assist in teaching that, or you’re just in it to have the last word.

  • Ryumancer

    “The bullying itself was the catalyst for the actions and decisions I
    made in terms of teaching myself how to manage my feelings and respect for myself and others.”

    Same could be said about friends and problem solving in general.

    “And just because they’re not involved in conflict doesn’t automatically mean someone’s a peace lover.”

    Elaborate, please.

    “Yeah, it is. I’m not saying it isn’t.”

    And yet you advocate for d!ckish behavior. What does that say about you?

    “…and that bullying can assist in teaching that…”

    Even if, the keyword would be ASSIST. You make it sound like it should be an essential institution, even when the victims did nothing wrong. You might as well throw an average joe into a max prison and throw away the key saying “DERP this is for your own good” while they’re assaulted constantly for no reason. Just because it helped YOU grow doesn’t mean it would apply to the majority. There’s a reason why bullying is such a problem, nobody likes it or considers it beneficial. Quite frankly, it was a real shitty part of my life and you saying it was “necessary” for my development is really starting to piss me off. Family and friends got me through school, NOT bullying.

  • Ahtma ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    Now hold on there slick, you’re getting mad about words on the internet and personal disagreements. I just wanted to point that out, I have done nothing to insult or personally attack you for your feelings so you can calm down.

    To elaborate on the peace thing, the concept of passive aggression is largely a thing here. Just because someone avoids conflict does not automatically make them peace-loving, it just means they don’t want to face conflict itself. You can still indirectly participate in it or cause it yourself, but just because you don’t directly take part in it does not mean you didn’t cause it or instigate it in the first place. That’s like saying, relating to the election as an example, if you voted third party you’re automatically voting for “the other (read: not the speaker’s) candidate.”

    “And yet you advocate for d!ckish behavior. What does that say about you?”

    I advocate dealing with d!ckish behavior, not being a part of it.

    “You might as well throw an average joe into a max prison and throw away the key saying “DERP this is for your own good” while they’re assaulted constantly for no reason.”

    Excellent overexaggeration, I must say. This is under the assumption that all bullying is done by murderers and felons and simply boils down to physical attack, which I’m sure we both know isn’t all there is to bullying. I was a fat socially-awkward nerd with long hair in a ghetto asf high school, and the high school I went to had a saying that “friends don’t let friends go here.”

    “Just because it helped YOU grow doesn’t mean it would apply to the majority.”

    I never said it did. I have been maintaining the position this whole time that bullying is a gray area and that it has both positives and negatives.

    “Quite frankly, it was a real shitty part of my life and you saying it was “necessary” for my development is really starting to piss me off.”

    I reiterate once again that I was the target of a lot of bullying well into high school, and for me it was personally necessary for my development as far as I see it because I would not have the conflict resolution and social skills I have today. Have I once so far explicitly stated “you should’ve been bullied” or “you should’ve been bullied more?” No, I haven’t, so let’s not work under the assumption that I did.

    “Even if, the keyword would be ASSIST. You make it sound like it should be an essential institution, even when the victims did nothing wrong.”

    Even if the victim did do nothing wrong, they should still learn to stand up to their bullies. My problem was I was socially awkward, a know-it-all, annoying, and all I talked about were video games and it wasn’t hard to annoy me or make me flustered. These traits turned me into a target, and it wasn’t until I was around 15 or 16 that I started to understand what makes someone into a target for bullying, even if it’s just unconscious what that is. Bullies primarily want reactions, they want validation for the things they do, whether it’s you getting mad at them or crying. The one moment you give them that in any way, it’s like feeding a cat, they’ll keep coming back for more until you learn to stand up for yourself, manage yourself, and your emotions/reactions.

    What I feel is essential about the experience is I feel it’s the most straightforward way for children to learn how to deal with being challenged by their peers. There is no more effective teacher than experience itself, and I use myself as the metric that for all of its terrible faults, it’s still helped mold me into who I am with the social skills I possess today. Did I go through rough times? Hell yeah I did, many times I sought counselling when I was younger because I was having intrusive thoughts about harming others/myself. Many days were spent with me coming home crying about how I was being mistreated at school by my peers, and I didn’t really have that many friends until I was in middle school. My family helped as much as they could’ve, and yeah, I’m not saying they didn’t support me either, but the primary source of growth and change came from myself and the choices I started to make. If I had the opportunity to change the past and remove that, would I? No, because I wouldn’t be anywhere close to the way I am now.

  • Ryumancer

    “Now hold on there slick, you’re getting mad about words on the internet and personal disagreements. I just wanted to point that out, I have done nothing to insult or personally attack you for your feelings so you can calm down.”

    Implying at ALL that bullying is a good thing, that insults me.

    “I advocate dealing with d!ckish behavior, not being a part of it.”

    Dealing with it IS being involved with it or “being a part of it”. -_-

    “…This is under the assumption that all bullying is done by murderers and felons…”

    With the way their parents usually raise them and judging by their behavior, I’d say they all have the potential to be such. So that’s not too far off.

    “Even if the victim did do nothing wrong, they should still learn to
    stand up to their bullies. My problem was I was socially awkward, a
    know-it-all…”

    That last part still kinda shows. And merely “throwing victims into the lion’s den” would not work.

    “Have I once so far explicitly stated “you should’ve been bullied” or
    “you should’ve been bullied more?” No, I haven’t, so let’s not work
    under the assumption that I did.”

    Explicitly stated? No. Strongly implied? Yes.

    “If I had the opportunity to change the past and remove that, would I?”

    In a fuckking heartbeat. I never felt once that I had taken anything good from the bullying experiences. And no, reactions are NOT the only thing bullies look for, not the ones I came across. Even if you ignore them or stand up to them, they WILL NOT leave you alone. I’ve tried. I stand up to them, I’M the one that gets punished. Teachers are useless as well. And parents can’t do anything in the schools. And I was only around my friends for certain parts of the day. I was fuckking trapped. Why do you think so many people conduct shootings or kill themselves? Not everyone who committed suicide was weak-willed. A lot of them had far worse experiences than even our own. That’s another reason your argument sucks. Bullying is not equal for everyone, some people get it FAR worse than others.

  • Ahtma ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    I’ll agree to disagree and leave it at that.

  • Ryumancer

    You do that. -_-

    We may agree quite a bit on Dragonball but all you did on this matter was piss me off.

  • Ryumancer

    Huh…weird. Apparently Future Trunk’s new Super Saiyan form in DBS is called “Super Saiyan Rage”. O_o

    That’s…quite redundant. XD

  • Ahtma ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    [Audible crying]

    Chill out bruh, you’re fanny-flustered over an Internet argument.

  • Ryumancer

    Mocking someone’s ire, sounds like a bully to me. 😉

  • Ahtma ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    Feeling ire over an internet argument, sounds like a baby to me. 🙂

  • gogeta207

    well for bad luck i didnt find it in my country so i had to buy deluxe edition

  • Ryumancer

    I’d rather be a baby than a bully. Checkmate.

  • Ahtma ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    If that’s what you think checkmate is, sure. ¯_(ツ)_/¯

  • Naruto Uzumaki

    I think Kh3 probably will come in 2018 or later 🙁

  • God Kookie Diva

    TT

  • Trainwreck

    None