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Old 2013-04-11, 09:41   Link #41
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I will miss the light novel...
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Old 2013-04-11, 10:44   Link #42
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Well there is some good news:

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He already finished the plot a few years ago (stated by himself), so they should find everything he left.
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Old 2013-04-11, 11:00   Link #43
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Back in 2011 he posted in his twitter that he will be hospitalized tomorrow and will take a major surgery in August. He said he would have been dead if he had missed the chance to take the operation.

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"The 21st volume of Zero no Tsukaima novel will be delayed at least for two months. Please forgive me! Damn! I'll live on. I had been desperate, but I miraculously got an opportunity to take the operation. There is a possibility of survival. I really want to live."
That last bit man.
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Old 2013-04-11, 12:00   Link #44
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.................................................. .................................................. .................................................. ...........Not again...........
That makes two light novels I followed unfinished.
*sigh*
.........Aaa.aaaaaaaaaa.aaaaa-......aa...
I'm sure one his tweets implied the series plot was already, the problem was how to make it fit in 2 volumes left.
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Old 2013-04-11, 12:08   Link #45
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Sad to hear. R.I.P.
2 of them with MF Bunko
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Old 2013-04-11, 12:43   Link #46
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I hope that we will see the rest of the volumes, since he finished the storyline. And I will surely read them when they will be translated into English.
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Old 2013-04-11, 12:58   Link #47
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.................................... rest in peace.... Yamaguchi-sensei.... ;_______;

I really enjoyed your series very much..... T___________T

We all pray that you rest in peace x____x

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Old 2013-04-11, 13:06   Link #48
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That's really sad.. I hope that he's happy where he is now, even if he couldn't finish the novels, he passed away while fighting all he could, and I think that it's a good thing, he can rest peacefully now..

Rest in Peace, Noboru Yamaguchi-Sensei.
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Old 2013-04-11, 13:36   Link #49
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At least he was able to have the anime finished...
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Old 2013-04-11, 19:43   Link #50
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Kaze no Stigma, Trinity Blood, MM! and now Zero no Tsukaima's author Noboru Yamaguchi, this just sad.

Rest in Peace Noboru Yamaguchi, and thank you for the great novel series you gave us.
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Old 2013-04-11, 20:01   Link #51
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Old 2013-04-11, 20:15   Link #52
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Rest in Peace, Noboru-sensei....

I think I might take anime ending as official one then....

ZnT is one of my first anime so it means a lot for me
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Old 2013-04-11, 20:17   Link #53
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can anybody translate this
Thank you. Good bye (with the context of forever).
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Old 2013-04-11, 20:29   Link #54
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ZnT brings back some fond memories. I really did like what I had read of the novels...

RIP Noboru Yamaguchi.
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41 is an awfully young age to die at...seriously. Rest in peace, good sir.
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Old 2013-04-11, 21:26   Link #56
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I may not of always had the best things to say about your story or your characters, but thank you for sharing your efforts of storytelling with us, no one should have to die before their time like that. Rest in Peace old friend.
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Old 2013-04-12, 00:35   Link #57
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Hmm, with all these author passing away, I wonder if authors in general don't have a healthy lifestyle. I mean, I know from reading some interview how hectic a mangaka schedule could be, and being cooped up all day long inside without exercise is not the healthiest lifestyle that is. I really wish the publisher urge the author to at least take a long walk outside at least once or twice a week to preserve their health better.

Anyway, RIP Noboru-sensei. Your work is the one that make me interested in harem love comedy and it will always be remembered.
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Old 2013-04-12, 04:27   Link #58
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Most mangakas live an unhealthy life, and those drawing shonen manga's have the worst, since they need to draw one chapter (~24 pages) in less than a week.

I hope that someone who was familiar with Mr. Noboru's work will pick up and try to finish the novel... But it won't be the same...
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Old 2013-04-12, 06:31   Link #59
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Most mangakas live an unhealthy life, and those drawing shonen manga's have the worst, since they need to draw one chapter (~24 pages) in less than a week.
Weekly manga is, at best, 17 pages (one of which is the cover). Still quite a lot of pages in a single week, but it's about 30% less than what you thought.
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Old 2013-04-12, 08:45   Link #60
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Actually with the author dead, I am wondering who will pick up the series and finish writing them. Having to finish the whole series up means we will have to wait until his first or second death anniversary before we can see the final chapter.

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Hmm, with all these author passing away, I wonder if authors in general don't have a healthy lifestyle. I mean, I know from reading some interview how hectic a mangaka schedule could be, and being cooped up all day long inside without exercise is not the healthiest lifestyle that is. I really wish the publisher urge the author to at least take a long walk outside at least once or twice a week to preserve their health better.

Anyway, RIP Noboru-sensei. Your work is the one that make me interested in harem love comedy and it will always be remembered.
Not just authors. Wada Kouji, a rock musician, also contracted cancer around 10 years ago, and had an operation for it; but it metasized again 2 years ago.

I think the older forum members would know who he is.

I don want to make other forum members cry harder, so I am going to spoiler another popular series he was part of :

Spoiler for Not for the already saddened:
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