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  1. The Chaos
    2008-07-18 06:24
    The Chaos
    I Didn't See The New Ep Yet...But It I guess It Gonna be awesome Since It The Honeymoon ep
  2. The Chaos
    2008-07-18 06:16
    The Chaos
  3. Monkey D. Luffy
    2008-07-17 23:19
    Monkey D. Luffy
    That's nice, we all have our games that we might not be the best at. Right now I'm waiting for Final Fantasy IV to make it to the DS here in the US in a few days, if I have the money I want to purchase that and play that for a while. Tactics is great, I'm sure you're enjoying it, also Professor Layton.

    Buying a PS3 left me broke but it was worth it for MGS4 , I hope you can play it sometime. Shadow of the Colossus is an incredible game, you should finish it when you can but with all this good entertainment being released I can see why you haven't been able to.
  4. vel
    2008-07-17 14:57
    Long time no see ^^.

    I watched your collections. They have good looks because of not only itself but your technique.
    I knew all character and each of series which they are on is fun.

    It appears that Umineko no Nakukoroni is determined to make into anime. I'm interested in and expect it XD.
    Actually I downloaded the game of the trial version but it take too long time to finish it. Now it become anime, I shifted the attitude to anime version.
  5. Monkey D. Luffy
    2008-07-16 21:47
    Monkey D. Luffy
    Thanks for replying Meirin. Right now I'm playing (or atleast trying to play): Metal Gear Solid 4, Grand Theft Auto 4, Shadow Of The Colossus, Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Winning Eleven '08 and I'm waiting for some other games to be released that if I have some money I want to buy. I pretty much try to play all types of games. How about you, what are you playing?
  6. vel
    2008-06-29 10:25
    Can you have got some figure you aimed at in gashapon? I didn't know Pinky ST figures until you said.
    That's why I serched them.Now I agree with you. They are so cute figures^^.

    To tell the truth, I don't know Nakano Broadway in detail. But my friends said there is funny place XP.If I go there, I inform an atmosphere of you.
    I envy you that I haven't go to Den Den Town and even Osaka ・゚・(。>ω<)・゚・.
  7. vel
    2008-06-26 07:33
    Yea, I like the gashapon too.
    There is a lot of it in Akiba so that I enjoy only seeing it XD. Did you collect something?

    Recently, it seems Nakano Broadway is as famous as Akiba.
    I went to the near place, however it's a shame that I couldn't have droped in on destination at last ^^;.
  8. Monkey D. Luffy
    2008-06-25 17:49
    Monkey D. Luffy
    Thanks for taking time and checking my profile out, Meirin.
  9. Ledgem
    2008-06-25 14:31
    I initially wanted to learn Japanese as early as 11th grade in high school, but didn't really learn much beyond numbers and some extremely basic vocabulary. I actually still have the book that I used, it's amusing to go back to it and realize just how basic it is. I began to take Japanese courses in my sophomore year of university. Starting at level 1, I went up to level 6 (known as "advanced 2" at my university). That's basically three years of study.

    When I fansubbed I acted as a raw provider. I started with Seichi, then moved to AnimeForever, then to Anime-Kraze. I was also in Froth-Bite, but wasn't terribly active there. Provided occasional assistance to other groups here and there, as well.

    After I quit fansubbing as a raw provider, about a half a year to a year later I returned to Froth-Bite as a translator (at this time I was enrolled in Japanese 4). I figured it'd be a nice boost to the Japanese I was learning in class. I did Nanami-Chan, a series made up of five-minute episodes and very simple dialogue. I spent over an hour on the first episode that I did, and later managed to get it down to about 45 minutes. The translations were checked by Sylf, Froth-Bite's group leader and a very talented translator, and the revisions were sent back to me to make corrections. It was a great learning experience, but took a lot of time. Once my schoolwork picked up I had to quit again. I only made it through two or three episodes, I think. My apologies to fans of Nanami-chan

    I have passed the Japanese Language Proficiency Test at level 3. I took the test before going through Japanese 5 (aka "advanced 1"). Level 3 is good, but there's a huge jump between levels 3 and 2. Level 2 is what's needed to be recognized by industry, and increasingly level 1 is what's required, now. You speak Japanese as well, or interested in learning?
  10. Phantasmagoria
    2008-06-25 12:54

    Mmm not enough yet to be called a fan
    Yea, thanks for visiting my profile too.

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  • About Meirin
    I am the gate guard.
    London, England
    Music, movies, theatre, photography, reading, food and travel.
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    Asian Drama: Buzzer Beat, Mr Brain, BOSS
    Anime: Hana no Ko Lunlun, Kiki's Delivery Service, Macross, Rose of Versailles, Oniisama e..., Only Yesterday, Kodomo no Omocha, Kareshi Kanojo no Jijou, Ghost in the Shell - Stand Alone Complex, Rurouni Kenshin: Tsuiokuhen, Haibane Renmei, Fullmetal Alchemist, Mai-HiME, Honey & Clover, Higurashi no Naku Koro ni, The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, Kanon (2006), Nodame Cantabile, Mushishi, Dennou Coil, Baccano, Gintama, Natsume Yuujinchou

    Manga: Doraemon, Ranma 1/2, Sailormoon, Kimagure Orange Road, Ribon no Kishi, Tokyo Babylon, Card Captor Sakura, Rurouni Kenshin, Angel Sanctuary, From Eroica with Love, Glass no Kamen, Hikaru no Go, Berserk, YKK, Monster, Higurashi no Naku Koro ni, xxxHOLiC, Yotsuba&!
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