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Anime Stats

Time (Days) 116.8
Watching 10
Completed 517
On Hold 26
Dropped 15
Plan to Watch 76
Total Entries 644

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Manga Stats

Time (Days) 72.5
Reading 15
Completed 259
On Hold 31
Dropped 7
Plan to Read 46
Total Entries 358

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Ducat_Revel | Yesterday, 8:17 AM
That was my problem with it too (as well as Onizuka.) I admired his resolve to not fall for her charms, but damn, poor guy.

I plan on finishing the manga tonight. It's been a really good ride and it made me want to read up on Onizuka's earlier life too. He's just such a good character. Infectious and lovable.

AjisioHayato24 | Yesterday, 6:20 AM

mugi | Yesterday, 6:12 AM
WEG, Kashiwa Daisuke, Go-qualia, about tess, Joseph Nothing Orchestra. WEG performed with Yukawa Shione. There are only a few on youtube.

And this with the Poltergeist Ensemble, audio only though.

mugi | Yesterday, 5:52 AM
I just need stuff to click when I'm bored.
Cool, I saw a video of the first VB Night and it was pretty nice.

AjisioHayato24 | 04-22-14, 7:14 PM


jhoanais | 04-22-14, 11:49 AM
That compatibility doe :D

Haakonwale | 04-22-14, 8:42 AM
Oh my, I looked through all the pictures you've posted in the last month or so. I am so jealous. How is it going back to school? Is it a welcome change or is it stressful?

AjisioHayato24 | 04-20-14, 4:18 PM



Ducat_Revel | 04-20-14, 9:54 AM
Always~ <3

mecharobot | 04-20-14, 5:40 AM
I've seen Les Miserables, Princess Sara and Anne of the Green Gables. Then I've also seen the movie version of Dog of Flanders, but I'm not sure if it has anything to do with with the series in terms of production.

One thing is that Anne is not so much tragedy and drama based as the other ones I've seen so far, though I'm sure there will be exceptions. Les Miserables is quite nice, toned down at points, but I think it manages to emphasize the moments it deems important (though I'm somewhat annoyed Cosette turned useless in the 2nd half). Sara is... well, it seems to constantly beat its heroine down for on and on, which is not very fun to watch. Dog of Flanders, I don't know about the series but I think this story is at least worth knowing, be it through anime or not. I've seen it referenced elsewhere a few times and it's nice to understand the concept.

AjisioHayato24 | 04-20-14, 2:37 AM

mecharobot | 04-19-14, 4:31 PM
Anne is a rather straight to the point story about growth through chilhood and teens. I think it is one of those things that is special due to not being special. You get what you're in for, the show knows what it's about and delivers just that. I mean, it's based on an old western book so it definitely isn't very animeish in feel. It's slow, it's deliberate, more about common values than artsy stuff, which is just fine with me ofc. I'm not exactly a super huge fan though, as it tends to mull on some parts for ages (old school pace). I'd only recommend it to people I know are after specialized stuff, but I recall the club had a few folks who seemed to like it too.

Haakonwale | 04-19-14, 9:47 AM
Well, I don't think there are any conspiracies in the manga, it's just people manipulating other people to get ahead. Just like any real business.

Have you returned from your trip or are you still traveling?

mecharobot | 04-17-14, 7:09 AM

I find some of these things to be the real "SoL", for myself that is. I've also been looking into games, VNs, live action, even novels. Unfortunately not with too much success. Well, this Korean film called "Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter and Spring" (the real title is a monstrosity) had a somewhat decent spirituality to it. I also rather enjoyed the Atelier Arland games, though it is guilty pleasure no doubt. I guess there was just this thing about them being JRPGs with a very different flow and focus that I've been used to. Also the events in them aren't (solely) for comedy/fapping material like in some other ultra niche jrpgs. There are probably some other things I'm forgetting, but I've rambled enough. In case you're ever interested, you could check out Haibane Renmei, which is probably the anime that is most concise in touching most of the elements I'm referring to.

Anomalous | 04-16-14, 8:18 PM
Radiant Dawn seems to be one of the most criticized FE games, and I've seen a couple of main reasons given.

1) It's too hard -- I don't think this is true at all and is mostly a misconception based on the way that the difficulties in the English version are named. RD's "easy" is equivalent to "normal" in most English FE games, including PoR's, so I think a lot of people came from PoR normal or hard and decided, logically, to select the difficulty of the same name in RD, not realizing that they were actually going a step up.

2) Not liking the crimean knights/the dawn brigade/micaiah -- again, this is subjective, but I can't say I agree. (Micaiah in particular gets a hugely disproportionate amount of hate for having odd powers and the story centered around her, which is a little thing I call... being a main character.)

3) Being very much story-centric; in most FE games it seems like the gameplay takes center stage, characters are created around the gameplay, and the story is created around the characters. In RD it seems pretty much the opposite. This ties into many fans' dislike of having to switch armies constantly -- it helps you follow the plot, but it can lead to clunky gameplay. (On the other hand, you get to use a wider variety of your units, which I think is great when in most FE games you're forced to keep your army small unless you're playing one of the three ones with convenient grinding.) Personally, I wouldn't want this in every FE game, but it's fine to have occasionally.

I can definitely see why people who are fans of the series would dislike RD, but I also feel like most of the reasons they give are purely personal preference and it does bug me to see it labeled as objectively among the worst of the series.

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