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The 16 Biggest Anime Plot Holes You Just Couldn't Ignore

Updated 28 Aug 2020 29.6k votes 6.7k voters 173.5k views16 items

List RulesVote up the gaping anime plot holes that aggravate you the most.

Anime often features intricately woven stories filled with character detail and backstory. The complexities of these shows make it hard to forgive anime plot holes, which feel like glaring snags in delicately detailed stories. On rare occasions, series can be incredible enough to overlook any plot holes, but most of the time no misstep is excusable. 

While it's sometimes painful to notice continuity errors and loose ends, it's also nice to know you're not the only one who had questions about why Mitsuha and Taki didn't ever see anything with a date on it in Your Name, or why there were no consequences after the moon was destroyed in Assassination Classroom

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