"i just play VN who have virgin heroine"Loonie wrote:Nowhere in there (or before that) do you see him state that "The only good heroines are virgins." 'Butbutbutbut...' I hear you say: '...it is heavily *implied*!' Sorry, but that does not equal it. Nowhere. That was all an invention of every other person who had to tell the OP how they REALLY felt about this.
"Emi and Shizune might not be"
"So I Just Ignore Emi And Shizune Route "
Translation, especially for you:
He will only play routes that have the protagonist's conquest be a virgin.
There exists the possibility that neither Emi or Shizune are virgins.
Therefore, he will not play their routes.
Ergo, he believes that, to him, the only routes that are good (i.e. playable) are the ones with virgins.
Thus, his beliefs can be paraphrased as, "The only good heroines are virgins."
"Butbutbut.." I hear you say. "That's faulty implication!"
Implication is a conclusion that can be obtained by observing his statements, even though he doesn't state the exact phrase itself. You see, we can imply that a man who doesn't like dogs will not like rottweilers, even though he has not specifically said the phrase, "I don't like rottweilers." It could also be implied that I'm being sarcastic, sorta like you, as well as patronizing, also like yourself, throughout this entire God-damned post, but I have not specifically said that I am, so it must not be so. Isn't that right, Mr.Holier-than-thou?
Next time, you might want to actually try looking at what the OP's said and trying to piece the puzzle together yourself. I'll admit that I hold not the greatest faith that you have that ability, but it's still worth a shot.
Oh, hey, I just noticed that I just said "heroine" rather than 100% specifying that I was talking about KS. We're currently on the KS board and he's talking about VN's, so here's a good chance for you to use the powers of implication for yourself!