Some people hate spoilers in movies, video games, TV shows, etc. so much that it sends them into genocidal rages. Others will gladly absorb all information possible. And the rest are a bit more selective, avoiding spoilers for certain things but openly accepting them for others. Which are you? Myself, I'd fall into the selective category. For anything that I'm actively following or highly interested in following - such as select television shows, movies, video games, or books - I hate accidentally reading spoilers or having people directly spoil stuff for me. When I'm that into something, I want to be the one who discovers it. To me it's a lot more meaningful and exciting that way. When it comes to the things I'm not deeply interested in, however, I don't mind spoilers at all. In some cases they might even be that key concept or plot twist that gets me interested in a show/game/book/etc. I previously had no strong urge to look into. Then we have franchises like Pokemon... These are the things that I'll look into to an extent, yet not completely. In the case of Pokemon, each new generation it's very easy to spoil all of the new Pokemon for myself, the gym leaders and Elite 4 line-up, and the basics of the plot (understandably so). These things I don't mind because I'd rather be part of the community reporting on the news than turn into a hermit for 6-12+ months. What I do mind, however, is knowing the exact Pokemon line-ups each gym leader/Elite 4 member/etc. has and indepth details about the plots (whatever little plot the games have). For games like the Mystery Dungeon series, I'd strangle anyone who'd spoil 'em on me because they're usually pretty awesome. So, yeah. I don't generally like spoilers, but I don't mind 'em in certain cases either. I'd figure the majority of people feel the same way, but who knows? You guys tell me.