Shadowverse is fun and very addictive. I don't know if you ever played Magic: The Gathering, but it's kind of like that, but with a few key differences. Shadowverse is much quicker and more straightforward, though still complex enough to involve some serious strategizing when making your deck and playing it. Shadowverse also has 7 different types of decks, even with its own distinct style and default leader. Shadowverse has a short story mode for each of those 7 leaders, and the stories are pretty fun and a good way to learn the game.
In Shadowverse, there's also different types of arenas - You can have private games against specific opponents, or try to get your ranking up in ranked matches. I highly recommend Shadowverse to anybody who likes Magic the Gathering and/or anime-themed card games. The game is completely free to play, and its very friendly to newcomers. I'm doing decently well at the game without spending a penny!
As for your friend moving to Canada, all I would say is to encourage patience. Our immigration system can be a bit slow, unfortunately. ^_^;;
And here's hoping weather gets better for you soon! On my end, I'm glad we haven't been hit with snow yet.
It's done well in manga form. If it could somehow be 'the one' that actually generates sales in anime form, that would be great. But admittedly, in recent times it's been hard for any title to generate big numbers aka 10k+.
Friend of mine is apparently moving to Canada. There any mandatory stuff he should know before he gets there?
It's been a very weird November this year. Usually it really starts warming up here by now. But...there's been some crazy storms, it's still cold at night. At least the days are in the 20s but still having to use the quilt and jumpers in late spring is very weird for Adelaide.
I noticed you've been playing Shadowverse a lot lately. How is it?
Great to hear that Citrus is getting an anime! I really hope it sells well as an anime. I think yuri in anime could use a little less *hint, hint, nudge, nudge* and a little less "Class S', and more "for real" relationships. If Citrus sells well, that might prompt the anime industry to be a little bolder with its yuri.
2016 has certainly been a shocking and disturbing year in the world of politics. The next few years could be a pretty wild ride... Outside of Canada, it almost feels like we're in a dystopian anime show.
Power back in my suburb at last. Apparently nine transmission pylons out on the west coast of the state got knocked over, which caused us to drop off the connector in Victoria. Storm could cause more issues though. Hopefully the worst is over.