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Conversation Between Coldlight and Triple_R
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  1. Triple_R
    2012-02-20 07:59
    Triple_R
    Here's a pic you might find funny, especially given our respective shipping preferences, lol

    Also, that pic vaguely reminds me of Shakugan no Shana. I wonder if you can tell me why?
  2. Triple_R
    2012-02-17 23:16
    Triple_R
    Another Sayaka pic you might like! Mami Lives Chapter 4 is up by the way.
  3. Coldlight
    2012-02-16 08:06
    Coldlight
    Oh, right! I... forgot. (Sad, isn't it? ) And so, I greet you a belated Valentine's Day as well, Triple_R. Well, blue is my favorite color, so yeah, works for me. That picture was a great find, too, so thanks! It's a very nice variation to the "Will it be a cute girl, you wondered? Too bad! It was just Sayaka-chan!" Japanese meme that was going around in the image boards.

    The translation of the text in the image is ("Will it be from a cute girl, you wondered? Too bad! It was from Sayaka-chan! ♪"). I'd love to answer the text with this line: "That's exactly who I wanted to receive it from! Not to mention Sayaka-chan IS a cute girl!"
  4. Triple_R
    2012-02-15 21:34
    Triple_R
    Happy belated Valentine's Day, Coldlight. I know that most people think of red or pink this time of year, but you probably think of blue.
  5. Coldlight
    2012-02-07 20:03
    Coldlight
    I have to thank you as well for incorporating our feedback into your work! Truthfully, I did not expect you to change the Nisemonogatari reference to Karen because it doesn't directly affect the story, but I am happy that you did. I feel what Sol mentioned as the "humorous irony" of Karen being Sayaka's favorite character will strike other readers as well. It is highly appreciated.

    When you outlined your reasons for initially choosing Suruga, those two reasons were something that did not immediately come to mind, but they made some sense to me as well. In the case of your first reason, a "union in form" of sorts between Sayaka and Kyousuke, I must say that it is a creative one.

    For your second reason, while I am aware that your fanfic primarily revolves around romance, it had not immediately crossed my mind for Sayaka to be bi-sexual. Not until you mentioned it. Not to mention that until recently, I did not consider Suruga herself to be bi-sexual also.

    At first I was thinking that perhaps you might write about an event that would sever the relationship between Sayaka and Kyousuke, in essence having Sayaka transition from straight to yuri, similar to the approach from your earlier fic, but I guess your current approach here might work just as well. It might be interesting to see how that particular approach works, and as you put it, without having Sayaka hold insincere feelings for Kyousuke, all the while considering romantic advances from Madoka.

    In any case, ganbatte!
  6. Triple_R
    2012-02-07 09:18
    Triple_R
    Thanks a lot for the feedback! Well, you and Sol now have your wish: Karen it is!

    The reason why I thought that Sayaka would take a liking to Kanbaru is that:

    1. Kanbaru is pretty similar to Sayaka (the ways you noted, as well as pretty similar hairstyles, hair color, and body types) but Kanbaru also has a curse (Monkey's Paw) very similar to Kamijo. So for Sayaka, Kanbaru might represent a sort of union between her and Kamijo, lol.

    2. Also keep in mind that this is a romance route story, in which Madoka/Sayaka is one of the routes. So I'm running with the idea that Sayaka is bi-sexual (don't worry, I don't think there's any way Sayaka's feelings for Kamijo could be in any way insincere, so Sayaka can't be 100% lesbian). Kanbaru is also bi-sexual, so I could see Sayaka liking that similarity.


    But even with that rationale put out there, I can see now that it makes more sense for Sayaka's favorite Nise character to be Karen. So there you go, the change has been made!
  7. Coldlight
    2012-01-20 20:27
    Coldlight
    Never fear, I am not about to perform a grave dereliction of duty.
    It's an uphill battle for now, but facing the odds has always been the way we rolled for Sayaka.
  8. Triple_R
    2012-01-20 17:47
    Triple_R
    AS Choice Awards 2012 is on! Don't forget to vote for Sayaka for Female Supporting Character. She's going to need every vote she can get to even have a chance to win this one since Kyouko is also up for the award (thus splitting PMMM fans) while Steins;Gate has just one girl up for it.
  9. Triple_R
    2012-01-20 03:28
    Triple_R
    Yeah, the flashy "hax" Mahjong hands that the Saki players won with added a lot to the show's appeal! Like yourself, I also liked the moe and yuri elements of the show. Nice to see that we see more or less eye-to-eye on Saki.

    Chapter 3 of my VN-style Madoka Magica fanfic is up by the way. Hope you enjoy.
  10. Coldlight
    2012-01-19 05:20
    Coldlight
    Hmm, I'm a bit surprised to know that you watched Saki after Madoka. Then again, I also watched it rather late myself, back in late 2010, a short while before Madoka started airing for Winter 2010 Season.

    I actually liked Saki. I enjoyed it more than I expected to for a show about a game that I knew very little about (at the time). Its fusion of sports tournament with moe was something that I found rather unusual, and its cast of characters turned out to be mostly interesting for me, at least. The yuri subtext wasn't bad, either. Building up on the brush with yuri that I had from Touhou, Saki helped prepare me for the coming of my chosen OTP from Madoka★Magica.

    The flashy "hax" mahjong hands the characters won the games with sparked my interest in the game to the point that after I finished watching, I read up on the rules of riichi mahjong and even found a riichi mahjong game program to play for a while (Saikyo no Mahjong 3D). Heck, even now I have a Saki riichi mahjong app on my Android phone, even though I don't really play all that often anymore.

    I credit Saimoe for getting me interested in Saki. Its strong performance in the tournament for 2 years made me really curious about its appeal to the Saimoe voters (the same goes for my having watched all of Rozen Maiden and all of Nanoha). For the most part, it did not disappoint me except for the fact that it ended with a "this is only the beginning" feeling. Like an evil cliffhanger. Where is my season two!?

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