@takashichea: Ahem well one of the "off" sites I goto an watch this does have a few an they do not seem to care. But if these Chinese "fans" are not liking this because of who is attacking that country ..... in a anime... ehh its set in a world of magic an global cooling. I would hate to tell them to rub some dirt on it an get over it, but I would say those "fans" are not as much fans as something else.
Then again they might be sensitive about China "attacking" other countries for resources, even imaginary magical ones.Think its a subtle political poke sort of thing. Which is possible the light novels did come out in 2011. I mean its not like they have laid claim to others land... http://www.nytimes.com/2011/11/16/world/asia/philippines-navigates-rocky-relations-with-china.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0 Or even vs Japan http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/energy/2012/10/121026-east-china-sea-dispute/ err wait maybe it is! An those disputes do go back before the novel.
But that take on the anime/book is bit sensitive at best me thinks. I mean its not like their governing royalty there are sensitive or any thing... http://screenrant.com/red-dawn-villains-china-north-korea-schrad-106177/
Um serious question tho.. Why would they care if Chinese fans are upset. Odds are it will be pirated there any way. I mean its not like China would ignore copyrights an make a One Piece park .. err wait http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2012-05-22/chinese-one-piece-theme-park-not-approved-by-shueisha But um I digress...
Any way ya I noticed to only the boys get bloodied an beat'n. Kinda surprised he did the regeneration spell program on some one else, but that whole limiter thing might have something to do with that. We know the main character is over powered or should by this point. Me I have no problem with it. But I still say it looks like he has a different personality with the limiter off tho.