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Anime Stats
Days: 87.4
Mean Score: 7.11
  • Total Entries290
  • Rewatched19
  • Episodes5,126
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Gi(a)rlish Number
Gi(a)rlish Number
Aug 13, 5:09 PM
Plan to Watch · Scored -
Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu: Sukeroku Futatabi-hen
Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu: Sukeroku Futatabi-hen
Aug 10, 8:39 AM
Plan to Watch · Scored -
Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu
Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu
Aug 9, 5:05 PM
Completed 13/13 · Scored 8
Manga Stats
Days: 5.5
Mean Score: 9.14
  • Total Entries28
  • Reread1
  • Chapters607
  • Volumes77
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Akagami no Shirayuki-hime
Akagami no Shirayuki-hime
Aug 14, 9:21 AM
Reading 78/? · Scored 10
Ookami to Koushinryou
Ookami to Koushinryou
Jul 6, 6:12 AM
Reading 74/? · Scored 10
Boku ga Boku de Aru Tame ni.
Boku ga Boku de Aru Tame ni.
Jun 30, 1:48 AM
Plan to Read · Scored -


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Rabas Feb 6, 3:01 PM
*deep bow
Watashi wa hontoni moshiwakearimasen.

I understand know, how future-suzuha get replaced by past-suzuha works. Sorry, for my stubborn question. I understand after i re-read your previous post about suzuha's disappearance again and again.

Thank you.
Maybe, I will talk to you again after SG0. :-D
Rabas Feb 5, 4:06 AM
Hm, the first time suzuha get sent back, she already know about video mail??
Rabas Feb 4, 11:18 PM
Hi, sorry i leave a comment like this, because i am afraid i will junk 'video mail' thread with my stupid question, hehe.

So now, i understand about the way Suzuha (future-okabe) get replaced by Suzuha (past-okabe), but what you mean with, her "reason for existing in the present"?
And then when you say video mail is the part of her mission, it means this Suzuha came from future-okabe, because only Suzuha from future-okabe who know about failure and that video, and make me realize that we never see Suzuha from past-okabe, did we?

Summary: i still dont get it, how 'replaced Suzuha' thing is,,,,
rsc-pl Jan 23, 11:49 AM
Well said about dubs and liberal translations in one of Steins;Gate threads. It's sad that we are in the minority in this times :( 10 years ago situation was totally different.
People prefer mindless translations. I need to learn more japanese (especially spoken japanese), because in year or two fansub scene will be dead to the end.

BTW, I've been in Budapest last year, beautiful city :)
jstnwoo Aug 20, 2015 12:17 AM

Just finished the first season of Clannad overall pretty solid, I just felt like I was sadder during the Angel Beats ending lol. I've read that AS is a lot better so I'll be starting that tomorrow.

P.S. I left you a PM, not sure if you received it!
jstnwoo Aug 18, 2015 1:19 PM
Thank you so much for clearing much of my confusion... It's such a good anime I just feel like it'd be wrong to not truly understand the way the author has written the story. I feel like it'll be the best anime I've seen for a while... Maybe Clannad can change that haha I'm 3 episodes in and it seems kinda boring, but maybe its just like S;G and hits you mid season.
jstnwoo Aug 16, 2015 6:24 PM
hmm okay, this clarifies so much...

I just don't get the last answer, when you say he arrives 3 weeks after the incident. Are you saying Kurisu finally meets him 3 weeks after what would've been the whole time leap SERN kidnapping?
jstnwoo Aug 14, 2015 7:01 PM
Hi, I noticed your knowledge on steins gate seems pretty well, so I was wondering if you could answer these questions for me.

I have a few questions.

When kurisu in which timeline it was, what makes her host a conference? Was she going to have one but died in the other timelines killed my okabe or her dad?

if suzuha doesnt crash into building, the meeting is cancelled and kurisu's dad never meets with kurisu? And she lives and has her conference, but her dad doesn't get the papers, but kurisu still makes the time machine in that 3 week span? Or was Kurisu going to give him the papers and then her dad kills her anyways?
but if suzuha doesnt crash, kurisu dies and her dad still gets the paper, but the plastic upa gets the paper destroyed so changing the upa stops ww3 while faking her death stops her dad from killing her?

And if you've watched the movie, if Kurisu gives okabe the inspiration of kyouma, is this whole series only possible because of that moment? Or would he still come up with the idea regardless?
abyss333 Aug 5, 2015 10:20 AM
OMG I Loved Holo. It was one of my first anime crushes. Sucks tht i never got to get my hands on the Novel so i could never go further into S&W. Another Female MC i really like was Senjougahara from Bakemonogatari. However, she is much different than shirayuki. She was sort of a yandere i guess and it was my first time seeing such a character and it really interested me. I get what u mean when u like Independent girls but i hate the stuck up ones
abyss333 Aug 1, 2015 5:13 PM
Trust me her seiyuu was a shock for me. Especially after going the Oregairu Saga last season. You havent watched it (i saw it was in ur Plan to watch list) but you will understand how the seiyuu portrays completely 2 different characters. So it was a complete shock for me , but its something that works eventually. And Honestly the artwork is pretty great once you get used to it. It just feels fresh.
Who would be ur Favourite Female MC?
abyss333 Aug 1, 2015 1:10 PM
RIGHT!!! I have seen a lot of Female Mcs, some of which I loved but she just simply stands out. Simply Amazing. You are also obviously a great person for noticing tht
Whalelala Jun 6, 2015 9:03 AM
What's your profile pic from?
link9us Mar 9, 2015 8:29 PM
Btw i noticed your watching Mawaru Penguindrum. I heard that is a really awesome series. You knowing that i love shows like Steins;gate. Do you think i'll like that show? With out giving anything away, whats its bout precisely, is it like steins;gate in where its a show maticiously planned out, and full of lots of mystery.
link9us Mar 9, 2015 8:17 PM
Ohh I see now. Damn this series is great. If you just understand it. Funny how i never caught that the paper was actually a scripture on the development of the time machine and yeah i saw the part where Nakabachi was talking bout it on TV. How did she even get across such information? I mean this was the Beta world line, that being the "Original world line" before Kurisu ever time traveled right or met any of the lab members right? I guess because its a moment in the show that is so subtle, its hard to remember, and considering its part of the CORE element of the whole story. Damn the 1st episode is really important to watch then, if your trying to understand everything.

So the way i am understanding this is Okabe went back in time to the first Beta world line and made sure that Mayuri did not get the Metal Uppa, so all of the events leading up to the Plane. The Plastic Uppa was replaced with the metal which in tern did not set of the metal detectors and there for it was taken to the area on the plane that caught fire? So he used this as exploit to change history from his knowledge of his previous time line. Is that right? In other words the fire broke out in the previous time line but because of the Metal Uppoa, the thesis did not catch fire and there for was spread to the public and WWIII broke out.

Wow!! Man. Genius! This is truly how to write a show, i can't think of a more sophisticated and intelligent way of writing a series that is in such proper order. It is carefully, maticiliously crafted to near perfection. ( I seldmon use the word perfection when im rating series cause i believe nothing is perfect) but this show makes me think other wise.

Ok so moving on to the next thing. So D mails are regular messages send back in time. They can ONLY be sent by Okabe initially using the phone Microwave. How can other people send it with out any control over time it self. From what i understand here is Okabe or anyone that is hooked up to the phone microwave can send the D mails. The reverse flow of the D mails can be reversed if the "Contact" on the other end sends back the D mail that the "sender" sent them.

I am going to use a base scenario here. Lets say Moeka is down on her luck, she looses her home, she looses everything, shes flat broke walking the streets. Okabe sends a D mail to Moeka using the phone microwave and says "The Lottery Number is 3458556, your going to be a winner" So Moeka gets that D mail and uses the lottery numbers, and becomes a winner and wins a 100,000,000 dollars altering time at that point in time, which in tern causes a dimensional shift on her time line and now she becomes a multi millionare, owning all of the estate and has complete control over the town. (I am just using this as an example)

So for Okabe to undo this, he has to go back in time using the Phone Microwave before he sent her the D mail and locate her and use "her phone" to send back some message that indicates that she is not a winner, or that the message is null and void. (Couldn't he just delete the message all together before she saw it) In any case, i am just trying to understand this, its still kind of a bit confusing. Also if Okabe was the one that sent the message from the present time line and then returns to the past, won't the message have not existed yet? Because if he goes back in time, he didn't sent the message yet, so does that work exactly?

Oh no, thats alright. Your free to bombard my walls, i don't care. I get some messages that are 3 times the size of what you sent. But i understand you being considerate for those that don't like large messages, but that doesn't bother me in the least. In fact i rather not use PM's as much cause they always end up full and its a real pain having to delete them all the time.

link9us Mar 8, 2015 4:18 PM
Hi i noticed your a big fan of Steins;gate. Seriously who wouldn't be, this show was just so amazing on so many levels. This is my third time watching it and i still don't understand it completely. Shows that make me thing on a intellectual level and have to break down every little thing analytically in order to surmise what is actually happening, i just LOVE!!. I may at some point decide to play the game im sure it will do even a better job of explaining things more so then the anime did.

So the question i have is relation to episode 23. When the future Okabe finally sends Present Okabe an email explaining how to alter the world lines and keep the past sustained with out change. Meaning Kurisu does not die. Now here is where i am completely and utterly confused.

Suzuha explains that this one paper was the start of it all, in other words this one object and the Metal Uppa is what catalyzed a series of events in a downward spiral resulting the enviable outbreak of WWIII

Now how is the paper and the Metal UPPA fit into all this. I just don't understand, how can that cause a world war III. Can you try and detail this a little bit. I feel stupid for not knowing this part of the story since its pretty much a core event that ties everything to gather.

I have already seen the show many times so don't worry bout spoilers. I would like an analytical breakdown of how all these events tie together. I just still don't understand it all, its such an amazing series though.

Also the other thing i don't understand and i can't believe after rewatching this nearly three times i still can't get it. But the D-mail. A core concept of the show, i still don't quite get the inter workings of D-mail and how it affects the world lines. For example i understand that Okabe wants to erase the D-mails from the past, to like some how reverse the flow of the world so those events never took place. What i don't get is, how does he do that exactly? I have seen him go back in time with the Phone Microwave and then he seeks out Feris, Moeka, and Ruka to go about accomplishing this.

So basically what happens is when some one sends a D-mail. It alters the world line in some way and in order to reverse that, Okabe has to go back in time and find the contact that sent that D-mail and tell them to send it again? I just don't understand the whole concept behind this.

I think i may buy the game just so i can better understand the plot and the scientific theories used in the show.