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Days: 108.0
Mean Score: 5.10
  • Total Entries394
  • Rewatched57
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One Piece
One Piece
Dec 2, 2020 1:54 PM
Watching 952/? · Scored 10
JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken
JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken
Oct 30, 2020 4:08 PM
Completed 6/6 · Scored -
JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken: Adventure
JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken: Adventure
Oct 29, 2020 3:16 PM
Completed 7/7 · Scored -
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Days: 27.9
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Shinjuku Swan
Shinjuku Swan
Jan 9, 6:34 PM
Reading 178/392 · Scored 9
Akagi: Yami ni Oritatta Tensai
Akagi: Yami ni Oritatta Tensai
Nov 27, 2020 3:01 PM
Reading 36/306 · Scored -
Araburu Kisetsu no Otome-domo yo.
Araburu Kisetsu no Otome-domo yo.
Nov 7, 2020 3:10 AM
Completed 34/34 · Scored -

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Etheralz Feb 24, 6:00 AM
Yo dude been looking through kurosawa chapter discussions as I am reading it rn. Your posts were always the best thanks man.
Boltz Jan 1, 10:03 PM
I'm glad you like it ^_^ ! Supposedly this is a part of a 2013 calendar.
Boltz Jan 1, 11:35 AM
Happy New Year!

LoneTrain Dec 31, 2020 10:12 AM
awesome comments in every single shin kuro's chapter. you rock, bro!
UltimateDeath Dec 12, 2020 3:57 AM
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JoHou Oct 29, 2020 12:55 PM
I must still keep searching then. 3 to 4 sounds like a good number honestly, I think my group had like 5 or 6 and one session entirely was just preparing and even then that was still pretty fun. I am optimistic about it though, I feel like eventually an opportunity will present itself and hopefully I will take notice of it. I still feel like I need to iron out somethings when it comes to my writing and description skills.
JoHou Oct 22, 2020 8:14 PM
Have you always been interested in RPing style games or is it more of a recent acquisition? Is it a big group as well?
The group I had was pretty much strangers to me but they seemed to know each other beforehand so it was a little nerve wracking to essentially be the new person in the group and not really have a frame of reference.
JoHou Oct 16, 2020 8:32 AM
Of course! I can always give you more specific ones but I was big into mecha(still am but my watching of it depends on what is subbed and if anything new is coming around) and whatever you end up watching I hope you enjoy it.

I will keep on looking until I can find a group or a person to DM or play with. Though I kind of want to know the person/group good enough that I trust them with their creativeness as well as my creativeness. I don't want it to be so random group and have people just be rude or such. Courage may falter but my interest stays regardless of the time. Make that a quote if you wish, but that is just how I feel.
JoHou Oct 9, 2020 5:31 PM
I would honestly just say anything I have watched or plan to watch is pretty much most of my recommendations. I heavily recommend Zambot 3 and Ideon(only so you can watch the movie Be Invoked). Gurren Lagann is pretty much a required watching, though your mileage might vary. Ginga Senpuu Braiger is on my top 10 list and I wrote a review about it and I always recommend that to mecha folks. Feel free to watch Turn A Gundam whenever you want honestly, I watched it pretty early on but I don't think that hampered my enjoyment of it honestly. When it comes to mecha you can't really be too picky you will come to find out. The biggest barriers is if the thing is translated and is it full. Though beware of old shows like Mazinger Z and the Original Getter Robo as they are really products of their time in both in animation and storytelling. Lots of episodes with a barely moving/continuing plot. I suggest the manga versions if you want the basics of the plots. I also recommend Votoms but it has to be watched in a specific order as release order actually screws things up and leaves you with questions. When you get around to it, DM me and I can send you the list if need be. The tv show by itself doesn't answer every question but the series in total answers all you need.

I would say it has been especially hard right now considering how the world is. I was kind of lucky to get into fighting games when I did and I really appreciate the amount of time and dedication I was able to put into them given my current situation at that time. It is something that weights on my mind quite a bit but I feel like I have said that quite a bit at this point in time. cx

I think we can force ourselves into being "skilled" or "liking" something but I feel that is just more going against the grain. Of course there might be talent in those who start as a person with a really low quality of skill in something, but like everything it kind of goes on a case by case basis. I've always wanted to try DMing but again getting people together and all the stuff that comes with it has me a bit intimidated. Perhaps one day. DnD has always been fun in the small amounts of time I have played it. Something about all the freedom is what makes those kind of games fun.
JoHou Oct 5, 2020 9:06 AM
That means we will have more things to talk about! Currently my issue with Gundam is that I've watched so many of them that eventually soon I will have nothing to watch and that is kind of the biggest bummer for me.

I usually don't want to put in a lot of time either, compared to other games my time in training mode is usually pretty short. Though I feel like I should get back to that and actually appreciate what the character has in store. Ganon is a favorite among lots of people, I knew someone who was like disgustingly good with him and had his air down smash perfect. I am kind of wishy washy when it comes to things, I give all I give until I can give no more. Which means I can be in for the long run or I burn myself out really soon. My biggest issue is finding people of my skill level so it feels like I am learning and not just being destroyed.

Writing is hard honestly, even during times like these. I admire authors who can put stuff out weekly and still have it be good but I completely understand why hiatuses are an actual thing. It sucks for the end user but getting like a story together, having it be good, having it be successful and doing it in a manner that feels right to you is so ridiculously difficult. More people should try writing just to see what goes into it and if they get newfound respect for their favorite creators. I try not to be too hard on others writing unless it really rubs me the wrong way but I can only name a few people(IRL) who have writing styles that just don't succeed.
JoHou Oct 2, 2020 7:05 PM
I see that you started watching Mobile Suit Gundam! I hope you enjoy it as much as I do, a bit old I know but surprisingly a series with a lot of depth and I feel like the top reviews of it don't exactly do it a lot of justice.
So you didn't choose them based on looks or play style? I typically go based on if I think the character is cool or has a play style I really like. I tend to go for fast characters, they kind of work better with me being a little less methodical and input heavy as what comes with some characters. If I had the time(and the drive) I would probably pick characters that have more investment.

It can also apply to fighting games! If you learn the basic/fundamentals of a fighting game and it is a good one you can transfer those skills to another, but it heavily depends on the genre of fighting game and like the platform itself. I think that also kind of works with some video games like RPGs, certain things are good to keep in mind across all games but only specific things work for certain games series. It might also be called "muscle memory" in terms of fighting games though.

I would say I do. I fancy myself a writer but I honestly don't know if I am that good or if my stuff is worth reading though. I haven't always been interested in writing but as I got older it has become a passion of mine honestly. Biggest thing for me is inspiration and finding things to write about as well as making sure it is good enough(which it never feels like it is honestly).
JoHou Sep 28, 2020 8:21 AM
What made you pick Ice Climbers in particular? Always curious to know how people find their mains. Fighting games can do that for you, it is kind of weird how intimate of an experience they actually are when you get down to it. I could probably write like a whole little blog post as to why I think they are something special in terms of communication and skill as compared to many other games.

Kind of like learning to ride a bicycle right? You don't really forget once you've learned it, it is just kind of in a weird part of your mind that you have to access or like subconsciously remember if that even makes sense.

Exactly, simply one experience among many. Lots of biases and lots of experiences that shape us into who we are and I don't think that can really be taken away from you. Kind of makes me think of writing a story in which humankind try to collectively record everything they can as the end approaches, be it some sort of disaster or supernatural force.
JoHou Sep 21, 2020 9:09 AM
Oh! A smash player I see! Who do you main if I may ask? :O I've never been super good at the games but I've always enjoyed playing them when they came out.

I kind of worry that I will get a bit hazy and foggy on the story one day, like even though I love it so much I worry that I might forget such a pivotal piece of work in my life. Perhaps I will go back to it in the coming years, who knows.
I feel like if someone tried to encompass all the aspects of what it means to be a human/person in it's entirety, it would essentially be a life's work or an unfinished story. I am just thinking of it from a writer's perspective and how one could accomplish such a feat. I feel like it would need to be worked on by multiple generations. I might be thinking way too much but Fukumoto does a wonderful job with what he has got and with what he knows.
JoHou Sep 15, 2020 8:25 AM
Oh! What competitive video games do you play? I don't think I ever asked you about video games honestly. Lots of things can be related back to each other despite what people might think, though I feel like that is a another topic for another time.

Lying does sound much harsher, it has a bit of a nasty sound to it honestly. There are times to put on a character and times when not to honestly, I think that also comes with just being a person knowing when and when not to do something. I just always think back to Brave Men's Road because it might be one of my favorite arcs in manga or anime honestly despite it being such a simple concept. Human's have a lot of potential, that is something I always think back to and will constantly remind myself of. So much to think about and so much to consider when it comes to being a person, I don't even know if all of it could really be encompassed in a single piece of work.
JoHou Sep 8, 2020 1:39 PM
Do you play Tennis? :O I am always interested to hear from folks who have knowledge of the world of sports and how it relates to non-sports related things. Kind of funny how Usopp somehow relates back to Aristotle of all things. I never thought I would be talking about Tennis and virtue ethics on a anime site but here we are. It feels kind of weird to advocate for lying and use it as a means to get your foot either out the door or in the door depending on what you are trying to accomplish but something about it just makes this feeling well up inside me personally that drives you to get something done. Reminds me of the Brave Men Road gamble from Kaiji and how there are things you just can't go back on, be it physically or metaphorically. There is like a pounding sense of urgency that comes over me when it comes to making a decision of deep importance. Perhaps that face one must wear is a necessary thing for us as people if we want to move forward and turn a wish into a eventual reality. Kind of beautiful the more I think about it and how much goes into being a person, whether we acknowledge it or not.