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Old 2012-09-13, 21:43   Link #361
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ep.24

give why i have feeling this is something pull a TOSHINOU KYOUKO idea stunt story in this ep?

another Ieyasu ep give being idol all the works give sometimes bit exhaust then meet a janitor/fan who oops camera Ieyasu then all calm & settle it fine.

til oops now got involve in a conspiracy on the run seem got almost safe til bad guys almost got them til manager is a interpol cop catch bad guys.

now Ieyasu go with janitor boy on train but surprise it all was movie making ta-da so it was movie works & Ieyasu still work her best in idol industry.

2eps left next ep is Imagawa Yoshimoto focus.
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Old 2012-09-14, 08:52   Link #362
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You don't really get the feeling that the series is ending, it feels like it can keep at it forever.
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Old 2012-09-14, 08:57   Link #363
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You don't really get the feeling that the series is ending, it feels like it can keep at it forever.
Maybe they'll make another season? I wouldn't mind it, though I would like one more encounter between Mitsuhide and Nobunaga before this season ends at the very least.
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Old 2012-09-14, 21:19   Link #364
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Well it good to see Ieyasu but this episode just seem like a filler and with 2eps left I wounder how there going to rap it up or are they going to make this 50eps
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Old 2012-09-14, 21:26   Link #365
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You don't really get the feeling that the series is ending, it feels like it can keep at it forever.
It is true that I also feel that it will continue after episode 26 with a "Season 3" I would think that if the episode 26 there is nothing officially signed the anime such as Oda Nobunaga who leaves his world or anything in the kind you see?
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Old 2012-09-20, 12:57   Link #366
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Sengoku (Present) 25 - Give a Man a Fish, He Eats For a Day; Teach a Man to Fish, He Eats For a Lifetime

I don't hear Ai Shimizu in many major roles these days. Nor see underboobs of that caliber. So I was interested in this episode the moment I saw the preview last week.

I've spoken before about the rapid tonal shifts this show has taken, and this is another fine example. Going from a drug cartel action thriller to a... pastoral fishing trip. And yet the show found a way to make Yoshimoto sitting around in a boat, sitting around on the shore, basically sitting around - it was still fascinating. Seeing her perfecting her technique, and the final payoff was something. That weird symbolic sequence with the fire fish that turned into a dragon what the naked Yoshimoto riding atop it. I'm pretty sure this never happened to Noto's or Otome's version.

The guest appearances by Bokuden and Souun were also nice to see - even if it's been a long time since their episodes aired, what they did for the world has not been forgotten. Their stories are continuing on. But not for much longer - because the overstory is about to end. Back to Nobunaga. Will Mitsuhide make another appearance to wrap up her plotline? The OP's been building up to it, so I hope so.

No matter what the finale brings, I can say getting to partake in this series as it aired has been a special experience, one that I felt was kind of underrated by the community as a whole.

The world of the warring states, the world of the present and the world of movies will overlap one last time. Now, to the final stage!
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Old 2012-09-20, 13:15   Link #367
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Old 2012-09-20, 13:18   Link #368
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I forgot this show for a while, I picked it up when it started airing without knowing anything about it. I just liked the cute red hair.

However, the structure of the show really bothered me, I hated how they introduced new characters in every episode. Did they stop doing this eventually and started to build up a "more consistent" plot? Or at least, stopped focusing on different characters every episode?


I'd like to catch up on the show before it ends if it actually did change, I enjoyed the 5-6 episodes I've seen, it was a really pleasant watch. IIRC there's even KanaHana in there, I just couldn't deal with the way the story unfolded.
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Old 2012-09-20, 13:21   Link #369
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I forgot this show for a while, I picked it up when it started airing without knowing anything about it. I just liked the cute red hair.

However, the structure of the show really bothered me, I hated how they introduced new characters in every episode. Did they stop doing this eventually and started to build up a "more consistent" plot? Or at least, stopped focusing on different characters every episode?


I'd like to catch up on the show before it ends if it actually did change, I enjoyed the 5-6 episodes I've seen, it was a really pleasant watch. IIRC there's even KanaHana in there, I just couldn't deal with the way the story unfolded.
While the episodic format of the show introducing the "girl of the week" format (that I didn't mind it no matter) does bothers you, I think it does have some nicely consistent plot hints in the more important episodes, like the Mitsuhide's episode. I don't know if you could enjoy more episodes, but you could do it as you pleases.
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Old 2012-09-20, 13:28   Link #370
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However, the structure of the show really bothered me, I hated how they introduced new characters in every episode. Did they stop doing this eventually and started to build up a "more consistent" plot? Or at least, stopped focusing on different characters every episode?
Only in rare cases. The episodic anthology nature is one of the building blocks of the series; if it stopped doing so, it wouldn't be Sengoku Collection anymore. The world is still consistent throughout, with callbacks to older episodes coming up once in a while, but the style is the same from beginning to end.
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Old 2012-09-20, 13:42   Link #371
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Only in rare cases. The episodic anthology nature is one of the building blocks of the series; if it stopped doing so, it wouldn't be Sengoku Collection anymore. The world is still consistent throughout, with callbacks to older episodes coming up once in a while, but the style is the same from beginning to end.
Too bad, I heard once that they stopped introducing new characters and focused on the existing cast after 9-12 episodes, so I thought the style would change a bit and they would let a larger part of the cast interact more closely and directly with each other

"Consistency" was the wrong term maybe, "shifting focus" was probably more appropriate in here. There clearly was a somewhat consistent plot since the very first episode, again, the way they tell the story just bothers me. But well, as you said, it probably wouldn't be an actual "collection" otherwise.

Anyways, thank you both a lot for replying, now I know where I'm at. Probably gonna take my time with the show then.
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Old 2012-09-20, 13:47   Link #372
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Too bad, I heard once that they stopped introducing new characters and focused on the existing cast after 9-12 episodes
That was pure conjecture based on nothing.
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Old 2012-09-20, 18:10   Link #373
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especially interesting episode and I'm sad that next week is the last episode and an episode will "summary of oda"? see if this brief episode actually complete anime
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Old 2012-09-20, 21:08   Link #374
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ep.25

Yoshimoto give still hmm wonder how beat nobunaga then sessai after whip wrapping kotaro to see if sweets help but no.

so get Yoshimoto & kotaro to the outdoors during fish catching which Yoshimoto give try but flop yet keep train to catch & she got a fish.

do well til met golden fish after many try & then realize full focus to see give riding golden fish dragon.

yet give have not catch gold fish Yoshimoto now full re-focus catch biggest fish of them all nobunaga give whole time nobunaga was sleeping.

1ep to go.
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Old 2012-09-21, 00:16   Link #375
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Episode 25

What hot girl as hell this Yoshimoto, yews


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Wonderful episode, I will think if this is my favorite...
And man, I'm so jealous of that Motherfucking Godoka Fish!
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Old 2012-09-21, 00:20   Link #376
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..But Nobunaga she still day dream sleep..........

How does this series end in ep26 ....
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Old 2012-09-21, 00:35   Link #377
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..But Nobunaga she still day dream sleep..........

How does this series end in ep26 ....
yes I thought there would be a confrontation but not enter them ... one goes fishing and the other sleeps ...
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Old 2012-09-21, 21:02   Link #378
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Second to last episode and they went with a fishing episode I wonder how there going to finish this
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Old 2012-09-21, 22:21   Link #379
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yes I wonder because in episode 26 looks like there will be flashback memories of Nobunaga ...
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Old 2012-09-27, 13:00   Link #380
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Sengoku (Present) Finale - Montage Theory

Very light on words, and very heavy on action, this presentation of the finale felt, at times, more like a music video. But I didn't have a problem with that. It revealed just how close everyone we've come to know over this season was, both in personal relations and geographical distance. Hisahide continues living on the run, Bokuden continues being a star, and Yoshitsugu looks to have found some contentment in her life. Not to mention that Shingen opened up her chicken wings franchise, just like she promised.

But the main thrust this week was Mitsuhide's closure. Nobunaga, ever since we met her, has had this mixture of arrogance and inability to read the atmosphere. Even if she did return home, it would be to a lonely world, so having Mitsuhide join her on her quest is about as perfect an ending as either of them could wish for. New generals are dropping into the world all the time, and the miko trio, at the very least, looks to be deriving some enjoyment out of this. With Mio's VA and jealousy and Azusa's motivations, she goes on to stand a chance of achieving her dreams.

It's a very close tie between this and Joshiraku for my favorite series of the season(s). It took a while to get acclimated to the premise, but once I did, I came to realize how much care was put into this series. The visuals may not be anything spectacular, but they are varied, from Yoshitsugu's roughly drawn world to Hideyoshi's bizarre wonderland. I can't remember the last time there was a true anthology series in anime. It works as a "cute girls" series, sure, but I love it because of the cinephile aspect of it. So many genres and styles and directors and fictions homaged. A variety of thoughts and experiences about the human experiences, presented abridged, but no less genuine. It's a world that feels lived-in, expansive, and interconnected, even if the episodes directly aren't.

This series might not be for everyone, but was it for me? Hell yes, it was. A wonderful, one-of-a-kind experience with a hidden gem of a series. I can't wait to write more in-depth on this.
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