But it is interesting when fantasy elements follow a system of logic unique to the scenario.
If a world has Dungeons, why does it have them? What are the social and economic consequences of it?
If you have a group of people like dwarves, how are their values different from humans based on where they live? How do they produce food and survive in underground caverns? Perhaps they created an alcohol unique to their people because the only thing they had were these glowing algae and mushrooms. They all wear clothes made of silk, not because it is fancy, but because cave worms were the only source of fibers they had.
I like one particular story where every single adventurer when they were out and about wore a mask because it was just best practices.
Another story had the world's entire economy based around Dungeons where most people didn't even actually explore them. They were just used as an unlimited hunting ground for the purpose of food, making meat cheaper than grain.
So if mermaids are going to steal from ships, what exactly do they expect to be on the ships to make it worth their while, and why is it that stuff is valuable to them?
PS: I think most people in the olden times assumed that if supernatural beings attacked your ship, its because they wanted to eat you, not because they wanted your shinies.
Even dragons hording gold isn't actually dragons. That's because in Norse Myth, a greedy dwarf was transformed into a dragon by cursed gold.
Red Dragon Emperor"To name one example, Deku vigilante arc, it did not accomplish basically nothing at all, it lasted short and didn't explore what being a vigilante or how Deku would go as such be, it barely touched it's toes in that aspect"I agree it was too short, having said that I disagree about it not exploring what Deku was like as one, first, we see him trying to understand villains more with his fights with Muscular and Nagant and trying to talk to them about their motives for becoming villains. We also see how he's exhausting himself as time goes on by shouldering the burden of trying to take down AFO on his own which is why 1A needed to bring him back because the point is that it was insane to try to shoulder that burden on his own. Now, again I agree it was too short, after he left All Might there should've been a good 5 to 10 chapters, if not more, to further establish the burden but I still disagree that it was for nothing or showed nothing."It has the Fairy Tail/Naruto syndrome, too many ...