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Old 2004-08-11, 07:23   Link #21
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where can i buy the original dvds online?
is it good? how much? i have a copy in vcd format but i want the dvd... i want the little short "eps" people are talking about.. they dont have that in the vcds...

Thanks!!!
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Old 2004-08-11, 08:15   Link #22
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You can purchase the DVDs at cdjapan.

Maria-sama ga Miteru DVD Vol. 1: 2000yen (US$ 18.23)
Maria-sama ga Miteru DVD Collector's Edition Vol. 1: 8800yen (US$ 80.22)
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Old 2004-09-05, 22:23   Link #23
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Because I've seen too many questions regarding who's who (and had several myself) I've taken the chart one step farther... names!
Spoiler for the relationship chart, once again:

Oddly enough, Yamanobe-sensei is only mentioned by name once in these forums, and then it's as Yamano. I went to the episodes he's in to try to find his given name, but even in the credits, it's just Yamanobe. Oh, well.

For all the other names, they've come up at one point or another in the various threads, usually from kj1980. Thanks to those who can read the novels for putting up with all the weird questions.

edit: 'Hasakura' is now 'Hasekura'. I'll leave 'Shimazu' as is, since it's a difference in romanization style, not an actual error, and I prefer the style that reflects the correct pronunciation.

edit: Corrected 'Yamano-sensei' to 'Yamanobe-sensei'. I even mentioned it in the post. That's kind of embarassing. That should make everything accurate.

Last edited by hooliganj; 2004-09-07 at 19:00. Reason: corrections
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Old 2004-09-06, 06:16   Link #24
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edit: There shouldn't be any mistakes, please let me know if there are, so I can make corrections.
x Hasakura Rei
o Hasekura Rei

△Shimazu Yoshino
△Shimadu Yoshino (the "du" is pronounced as "zu")
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Old 2004-09-16, 13:50   Link #25
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Web Page Translator

I'm not sure if this is of any use for anyone or even if I'm posting in the right place but I came across a good web translator program which works in IE its only about 4mb or so download and I have just now used this program for http://mariamite.free.fr/ (the only dedicated Maria site I know of, pls correct me if am wrong ) and http://www.gokigenyou.com/ (the official website)

The conversion is not 100% perfect but if your like me and cant read any French or Japanesse it will give u the jist of whats going on.

The program is called maxthon. You can get it here http://www.maxthon.com/ as far as I know this is not an illegal program so this should be ok to post the link on here.

It also converts languages vice versa so this may be useful for non english readers.
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Old 2004-09-16, 17:37   Link #26
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err.... Maxthon isnt a web translator.... its an IE frontend that is meant to enhace IE by adding many features, including tabbed browsing, gecko engine, useful toolbars among others. For those who know about MYIE2, its just the new project name.... then again Firefox p0wnz it in no time
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Old 2004-09-17, 17:44   Link #27
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Thx for the correction I might have a look at firefox if its that good tho.
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Old 2004-09-22, 09:22   Link #28
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Spoiler for the relationship chart, once again:
I like that. Personally, I would have written the names in the personal-name-first-surname-last format. Furthermore, I would indicate long vowels with macrons.

Anyway, I just noticed the "Deko-chan VS American." That's cute!

Eriko magnifrons (having a big forehead) est; Sei Americana est!
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Old 2004-09-22, 14:45   Link #29
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I tend to take whatever order that person would use when it comes to the name, so Japanese characters get the family name/given name order. If there were any westerners on the chart, the name would have been reversed for them. And diacritical marks tend to make things harder to type and harder to read. The pronounciations might be more accurate, but the doubled up vowels are pretty close, especially if you're somewhat familiar with the hiragana set to begin with.
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Old 2004-10-14, 12:11   Link #30
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So now tha Mariamite Spring has ended in Japan, any news on the continuation of the story?
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Old 2004-10-16, 10:17   Link #31
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Marmite title in Chinese?

Does anyone know the title for the Marmite series in Chinese? Been looking for it for ages...
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Old 2004-10-16, 11:45   Link #32
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聖母瑪利亞注視著

It's pretty literal. XD
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Old 2004-11-28, 14:20   Link #33
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聖母瑪利亞注視著

It's pretty literal. XD
I think the Taiwanese translation is... 瑪莉亞的凝望...
Although, in some forums, I've read... 瑪莉亞在瞪你
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Old 2005-12-23, 10:55   Link #34
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I think the Taiwanese translation is... 瑪莉亞的凝望...
Although, in some forums, I've read... 瑪莉亞在瞪你

瑪莉亞在瞪你 - well not to be rude or anything, but it does really seem funny... It translates in to "Mary's staring at you"
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Old 2006-03-04, 12:52   Link #35
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Marmite lol.




Anyway, how is the chinese title written out in for instance pinyin?
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Old 2006-03-18, 08:21   Link #36
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try 聖母在上, you will get thousands search results.
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Old 2006-07-09, 02:57   Link #37
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Seasons 1 and 2

Can someone give me a listing of the episodes of seasons 1 and 2 please? Trying to find them, and i want to make sure im getting season 1 first.
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Old 2006-07-09, 04:45   Link #38
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Can someone give me a listing of the episodes of seasons 1 and 2 please? Trying to find them, and i want to make sure im getting season 1 first.
Finding them? How about looking on the main AnimeSuki pages?

Maria-sama ga Miteru, first series.
Maria-sama ga Miteru - Spring, second series.

Episode titles can be found at AniDB
Maria-sama ga Miteru
Maria-sama ga Miteru - Spring
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Old 2006-07-10, 09:12   Link #39
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Does anyone know if there are english versions of the novel out?
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Old 2006-07-12, 10:10   Link #40
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Does anyone know if there are english versions of the novel out?
I wish they were. They're really hard to read in Japanese.

I doubt we'll ever see commercial translations in English, but you never know: Viz recently translated Novala Takemoto's delightful Kamikaze Girls novel to English. Maybe if that sells well, they'll pick up Maria-sama?

There are some fan translations out there. Google sees all, knows all:
http://www.google.com/search?q=maria...sh+translation

I keep links to all the novel translations that I know of at http://www.ziggr.com/mariasama/. That page also includes my own attempt at translating the first novel. I definitely recommend Rosa Chinensis' White Petals translations at http://www.yurizuki.net/white_petals.html and http://www.yurizuki.net/answer.html.
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