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Anime Stats
Days: 99.2
Mean Score: 4.66
  • Total Entries478
  • Rewatched0
  • Episodes5,966
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Shigurui
Shigurui
Apr 17, 11:04 PM
Dropped 1/12 · Scored 1
Boogiepop wa Warawanai: Boogiepop Phantom
Boogiepop wa Warawanai: Boogiepop Phantom
Apr 17, 10:35 PM
Completed 12/12 · Scored 5
Natsu no Arashi!
Natsu no Arashi!
Apr 16, 6:35 AM
Completed 13/13 · Scored 6
Manga Stats
Days: 51.0
Mean Score: 4.93
  • Total Entries223
  • Reread0
  • Chapters9,187
  • Volumes966
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Yongbi Bulpae
Yongbi Bulpae
Oct 27, 2018 3:00 AM
Plan to Read · Scored -
Kaze to Ki no Uta
Kaze to Ki no Uta
Oct 13, 2018 5:59 PM
Plan to Read · Scored -
Kono Yo no Owari e no Tabi
Kono Yo no Owari e no Tabi
Oct 13, 2018 3:57 AM
Completed 12/12 · Scored 5

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Edocchi May 14, 10:27 PM
Hello ._. ty for accepting my fr :)
ChangeItSelf Aug 13, 2018 1:13 AM
I don't think people find most things boring. We are not built to do a lot of things. However, there is the case of people not finding something they can consistently do. I guess I admire who can get lost in one activity, maybe.
I don't know about boredom, but the only fulfilling activity is just helping people.

I play yugioh on an online automatic simulator. I prefer it not being automatic, but I don't really have the motivation to learn rules as fast as I did before and card effects. The game really works on your memory. In 2012-2013, I literally memorized every card possible and mechanic. just the training and process, even if the time should have been spent on something more rewarding? It was still enjoyable and helped me improve perspective and strategy. They keep changing the rules, because they have to maintain a profit, which means make new cards more appealing than old ones. Also, Konami never intended for most of what the game does. it is just players exploiting rules and making the game whatever they want. It will happen no matter what because we are kinda clever. It is why it is fun to watch speedruns or cheaters. Beating the system is human desire.

I like the game because it keeps evolving, it is a new game every few months, but with the core theme of dominance still present. It is also cool how they make so many different mechanics out of each archetype, even if some are stretching. I will eventually get bored, in fact, I already am, but I am excited to see how the game keeps evolving. It is another to grow up with and relive memories. I felt a deep connection with some deck cards. It never really felt solo, as if the heart of the cards fights alongside me :)))). Might have truly helped me with my human loneliness. Not because it led me to people, but it led me to trusting cards and treating them as help. it is fun and interesting. It is pretty unfair, but my goal isn't success in the conventional sense of winning, but just understanding puzzles and making the best use of a situation even if a loss is the only way. It is cool to try to use intuition to make a deck or hand efficiently. Also, helps with memory since the half the game is knowing what your opponent can do which entails knowing every card or comeback possible.

I thought the original design of the game was boring and slow. Now the game is fast, and completely unfair at times, but being kept on your toes and always ready for a change or an overwhelming are really fun for me. It can be applied to real life if I were pretentious and I am. If I had a voice back then, I might have gone to actual events, but I wouldn't pay for anything now. Card games are cool puzzle distractions, but not fulfilling enough for anything else.
ChangeItSelf Aug 5, 2018 7:38 PM
THERE IS SO MUCH TO DO< BUT WHAT TO DO.

Anyway, surgery tomorrow. Anesthesia and possible coma. fun time.
Dodicin Aug 4, 2018 3:46 AM
I read a version I found on sukebei.nyaa originally, maybe it's an issue with your locale? If you're looking to buy it, this year Leaf released (on Valentine's Day even, the absolute madmen) the Extended Edition that includes IC+CC, plus the Mini After Stories, six Drama CDs and 9 novel short stories, so I suggest you buy that. Keep it up!
Dodicin Aug 2, 2018 11:16 AM
Sorry for the late reply, MAL broke - I thought I had actually managed to reply to you, but I guess not. Anyway, I read it in jp, I know there's a translation project going on but I haven't heard good things about it. Hopefully Mangagamer picks it up as it's always in the top 5 on every yearly survey, as Closing Chapter and Coda aren't just good, they're REALLY good. Good suffering material, that is.
ChangeItSelf Jul 31, 2018 2:42 PM
I have not done a lot of things. I have not even gazed at a lunar moon. Wait, lunar means moon. The moon moon? Speaking of moons, did you know reality is illusion? Therefore, the future is probably whatever you want it to be, probably not. I will converse more eventually or never.
RawnEusstaser Dec 21, 2017 3:02 AM
Idk fam
Mahoutsukai i think?
Danish_ Aug 12, 2017 9:08 PM
I've been learning it on and off for since April last year, and by on and off I really mean on and off. I would say I had a total of 6 months of complete inactivity in there, having to re-learned what I had previously known—and that's not including the many, many days of spending no time at all reading. So out of the 16-ish months of reading, I'd say 8-9 of those months I haven't read anything.

I started out learning Hiragana and Katakana via Real Kana—just drilling them all into my head until I felt decently confident, but katakana can be a pain for a while afterward. Then I went on to Tae Kim's Japanese Grammar Guide to get the basic grammar (only section 3). After two weeks of going through those two steps, I began to read my first visual novel, SubaHibi. That's it, visual novels. I use a combination ITHVNR or ITH (99% of the time the former), ChiiTrans Lite, and Translator Aggregator with JParser (this one being optional but sometimes helpful) to get Japanese-to-English definitions on all the Japanese words I don't know, which starting out will be pretty much all of them. Now that I'm just getting more into it, having read Dies irae and SeaBed in Japanese since "really" starting (slowly coming into form, but I'm getting there!), I take any grammar questions I have to other readers I've met, Google, or Japanese Stack Exchange.

If you have any questions, feel free to hit me up again. I'd love to help you get into a medium that has heavily impacted my life.
Salvatia Jul 9, 2017 1:17 AM
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WhyZigle Jun 24, 2017 6:38 AM
Uda nonton juga koq Touch.
Cuma memang lebih suka Cross Game.

Touch bagus sih, cuma rasanya ada yang kurang gitu menurut gw wkwkwk.
Mngkin karena kurang suka sama sifat MC utamanya aja. Agak plin plan gimana gitu.
WhyZigle Jun 22, 2017 8:31 AM
Thanks ya da accept FR nya gan :^)
Dan Cross Game :")
You Jun 14, 2017 1:19 AM
SubaHibi saya review juga si tapi perlu reread yang bagian di MTL ntar, mungkin bakal edit beberapa kalo find something new. http://aminoapps.com/p/qs1oi

Sementara itu cuman ini deh kayanya yg uda saya review.

Thanks btw, semoga bisa enjoy haha
You Jun 13, 2017 1:15 PM
Singkatnya sih tentang "move on" dan "gapai impian".

Lengkapnya baca aja review saya di sini: http://aminoapps.com/p/eslsp
Amble Jun 13, 2017 6:48 AM
its all about rachel
You May 20, 2017 7:47 PM
Kebetulan kata orang" yg baca JP SubaHibi gampang dipahami jepangnya yauda beraniin aja wkwkwkw

Ga bakal berani kaya gini kalo buat VN" sejenis Shinza Bansho atau Saihate no Ima, belum bener" bisa JP gw.