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#334822 - eliisfresh **User deleted account**
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#334898 to #334822 - fronami
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(11/10/2012) [-]
One. Showed him Angel Beats! Spice & Wolf and Steins;Gate in 3 consecutive days. He hasn't stopped asking me for new things. Gave him Mirai Nikki, Guilty Crown, and Sweet Ass Online (as an ongoing show). He even did some fan art of Angel Beats!, which was pretty sweet.
#334883 to #334822 - herecomesjohnny
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(11/10/2012) [-]
none, i'm the 'introducee' of my group
#334876 to #334822 - tanabata
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(11/10/2012) [-]
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1. Myself. By browsing Haruhi pics and eventually finding the anime.
#334872 to #334822 - anon
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(11/10/2012) [-]
15. I told them to watch Naruto and they liked it. leal is a faggot
#334871 to #334822 - phantomrose
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(11/10/2012) [-]
I've gotten 3 of my friends to watch FMA and Brotherhood. They loved it, but they weren't big into watching anything else except a little bit of Naruto for a time. Got one of them to watch Kuroshitsuji with me because I knew she'd love Sebastian, but their interest has rather died down.

However, two years back at a four-week sleep-away camp, where we had no tv or internet, my FMA manga books were passed around like a $20 dollar whore to everypme. Proud to say I got a lot of people hooked. I only had two at the time, (now I have all but number 27) but those two alone are bent as fuck.

Also got another friend to start watching Zetsuen No Tempest, but that doesn't really count because she already watched anime, just not recently.
#334867 to #334822 - evilicious
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(11/10/2012) [-]
Hmm..... I'd estimate about ten, six of which got really into it and are still watching new shows. Most of them only like the mainstream shows, though....
#334860 to #334822 - lawuser ONLINE
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(11/10/2012) [-]
One. That is to say, he already knew about KissXSis and thought all anime were like that (as in: shit). I told him to watch Mirai Nikki and he did and now he won't shut up about it. I've told him to watch other entry-level series but I don't think he's done so so far.

Also I'm hoping to get people into it by watching it at school but people just seem to laugh it off. Doesn't matter too much though, people just don't care.
#334855 to #334822 - thatguycrow
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(11/10/2012) [-]
I think 3? Definitely 2, one through Shakugan no shana (he wanted tsundere and action) and another through Madoka (he asked for something with a well told story, now hes going through all entry level anime at the speed of light, its glorious)
#334841 to #334822 - MatthewsGauss
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(11/10/2012) [-]
I have only converted one but im in the process of converting another but i did so by showing him the first episode of death note
#334840 to #334822 - indeedaleedoo
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(11/10/2012) [-]
I introduced my friend to anime by making her watch mushi-shi and death note.
#334832 to #334822 - boyddamilkman
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(11/10/2012) [-]
I got my brother to watch Baccano!, other than that nobody.
#334830 to #334822 - bamesjond
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(11/10/2012) [-]
None that I know of. I mean, there's the chance that someone heard me mumbling to myself about Fist of the North Star at work and decided to check it out, but that seems unlikely.
#334827 to #334822 - goldenkirby **User deleted account**
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#334825 to #334822 - afriendlyanon
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(11/10/2012) [-]
I dunno, 5? Mostly through FMA.
#334826 to #334825 - greeling
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(11/10/2012) [-]
fok ye

Brotherhood?
#334842 to #334826 - afriendlyanon
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(11/10/2012) [-]
Yes. Though I tell them that the 2003 version is better to watch before Brotherhood so that they don't get somewhat disappointed from it.
Yes. Though I tell them that the 2003 version is better to watch before Brotherhood so that they don't get somewhat disappointed from it.
#334888 to #334842 - greeling
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(11/10/2012) [-]
Smart move, my enjoyment of brotherhood got increased pretty much because of watching it after the 2003 version.
#334897 to #334888 - afriendlyanon
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(11/10/2012) [-]
Same, when FMA: B was being made back in 2009, I basically marathoned the 2003 version just so I would be able to compare both on equal footing. Needless to say, despite enjoying FMA, Brotherhood was certainly better.
#334952 to #334897 - greeling
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(11/10/2012) [-]
Hooray