If a whore is brave, selfless, kind, highly intelligent, etc, why shouldn't she be admired for having admirable traits? If what Komurasaki did this chapter is admirable, which it appears to be, why shouldn't you admire her?
Obviously, Kyoshiro would back her up in ordinary circumstances (assuming he is what he appears to be), but here she laid a hand on the Shogun. Why assume Kyoshiro would jump to her defence and why assume she did what she did with either knowledge or awareness of this fact? The only scenario where her actions wouldn't be praiseworthy (that I can see anyway) is if this was all premeditated, in the sense that she brought Otoko there knowing that Otoko was likely to laugh at the Shogun, which would let her (or Kyoshiro) accomplish whatever end such scheme was meant for.
Orochi insulting her is ironic, not "the burn of her life". Note:
- he fumbled his attacks on a helpless child more than once
- he has lied (as far we can see) about personally defeating Oden and depends on Kaidou's power
- she is very likely related to Oden (either Hiyori or Toki), so her claim is probably factually true, which means her current situation would be Orochi's responsibility
- he is lowlife scum that would raise his sword against a child and she is the only person in a room full of high ranking lords and samurai who is doing something about it
I am just curious. If I was brave, selfless, kind, highly intelligent, etc but a huge racist would you admire me? Or if I was brave, selfless, kind, highly intelligent, etc but killed my mother in cold blood because she took away my copy of halo 2 would you admire me? Or if I was brave, selfless, kind, highly intelligent, etc but liked little kids, would you admire me? .....hell.... if I was a different poster I am sure I could make a case that aside from that whole eugenics thing Hitler had 1 or 2 admirable traits....actually maybe not....
There is this thing in psychology called negativity bias which stops us from looking past massive character flaws.
I mean..... would your trust a convicted sex offender with..... forget I asked the question, hopefully you get the point by now before I go off the rails with hyperbolic talk.
And who said fantasy cannot be similar to real-life in some aspects? It's just the author's choice really, the point is there's nothing inherently wrong with it. You talk like they are so easily confused but they aren't. If you can't mess up Washington D.C and State then you wouldn't mess this up either and again, the main readers are Japanese and in the language they are pronounced differently
Why not? Who cares? Giants and Elbaf are famous. Homage is a thing. In North Blue there can be a village called Kizaru cause they love the wonderful Admiral who fought for justice for all I care.
People in America frequently get Washington and DC confused if you are not careful.....actually...really any time you dont say D.C. I have even seen it happen mid conversation. We established we were talking about DC then went on to call it Washington and half way through someone chimed in with "DC right?" It happens.
I am not saying it is confusing though, I am saying it is dumb. He used flower country then 1 arc later revealed the flower capital. Have you ever been in a situation where you told a joke and no one laughed so you assumed no one heard it so you told it again?
That is what Oda did here.
Do you really not see this? Imagine if naruto lived in the village hidden in the leaves, and right next door was the country hidden in the leaves. You dont find that ridiculous?