What I also observed ? The Batoto ToG's community is the only one better than Noblesse's community. In any other forums where both are treated in the same way Noblesse has better ranks. I'm not saying that Noblesse is better than ToG, just saying there is not fair treatment.
That's because Noblesse is *older* hence has more subscribers.
Noblesse was the gateway Manhwa series for a lot of people (except me
mine was Trace), and sort of acts as the default *manhwa* series in most forums, including on NF, where Noblesse fans later introduced me to ToG.
However(AFAIK, correct me if I am wrong), on Batoto, ToG is the main series because it *started* by ToG scanlators! Grumpy and Co did ToG, decided add a forum to it, and *later* decided to open the forum upto other series, including Noblesse.
So obviously there will be disparity, but that doesn't necessarily mean a bias; On other forums, Noblesse fan long been established, so they represent the manhwa scene; however, Batoto was made by ToG fans, so obviously they lead the board here, because they were all this board had earlier on, noblesse is younger on Batoto.
As for the Nob vs ToG debate let me say this:
*Nob *has* great art *now*, but the earlier art was weird. But now, yeah, Nob Art FTW
*Nob's story is fomulaic, and the suspense is not in *what* will happen, but *how* it will happen (10/10 Franky pwns, but *how*?)
*Nob is an action series, less intrigue more BAM BAM KABOOM
*Nob uses art to capture our imagination and place us in the scene; great art (not just the drawing, but things like the choice of angle to *draw* the scene) means greater inclusivity. We can visualise frankly pwning an elder in front of our eyes.
*Nob has suffered a change of focus (remember the school kids? remember when they were relevant and actually *participated* in the plot, and even GASP fought? Yeah, the good old days)
*Nob is suffering power level fatigue (too many power ups, which must be topped by further power ups, making it an arms race)
*A character in Nob is more likely to fight than to scheme
*Crappy art, feels rushed and inconsistent, artist sometimes forgets how characters looked (Exhibit 1: Quant)
*But artist makes me ignore it by focusing on the plot.
*EXTREMELY well thought out plot; minimal plot holes, very detailed verse.
*Consistent power levels; a regular will NOT overpower a ranker, and no amount of heroic-will will change that.
*Extremely weak plot shields, your favourite character *will* die, except if they are slated to die later.
*Genuine Intrigue: ToG fans genuinely have *no* clue what will happen in the next chapter. We can guess, but we have no confidence our guess will be right.
*No Arc Fatigue; ToG avoids dragging the story *too* long, and ends it usually quickly without it feeling *too* quick.
*A character in ToG is more likely to scheme than to fight.
At the end however, If I had to choose, I would prefer Plot over Art, and hence ToG wins.