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Well, yeah. Even I could see they were going to happen in the end. Hell, I knew it after the first episode. It was as cliché as possible. Granted, I've only seen the first four episodes. I have to catch up. But I can say after those four episodes, I really did not like the way the writers were going about the romance aspect. And I highly doubt that will change for me as I watch the other episodes.
Despite me being extremely biased and having won this round, now that I think about it more and more, I can totally see them trolling us and ending Makorra in the second season. As much as I don't want it to happen.
Did you want this to be like TLA or an ordinary japanese anime in which the viewer knows since the beginning who the romantic pair is but they only declare their love in the very last episode?
But that's exactly what fucking happened, and that's why it's terrible. It was so painfully obvious and cliche, and I figure that's why most people were upset. Not only that, but Mako didn't bother breaking up with Asami for this, which is also terrible.