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AngelOfDarkness

about me

Hey there!

I joined the site quite some time ago but I haven't really done much with my profile so I thought it was about time.

I have been watching anime avidly for about 5 years although I watched things like Pokemon and Laputa when I was young. Laputa is probably one of my favourite Ghibli films since it has so many good memories for me. I found it once again when looking through a friends magazine and seeing photos of the Ghibli musuem with the robots outside. Since then I have enjoyed anime more than ever.

I also enjoy reading, fantasy especially. There is a vast list of manga that I have read/want to read but yet have had the chance to update.

Other than that I like playing games, painting and going to the gym.

Thanks for reading!

Feel free to message me ^^

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England

Member Since:

July 19, 2007

Last Visited:

April 14, 2014

User Stats:

27 / Female

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Regios avatar Regios

Konnichiwa!

May 19, 2010

I think there is Rosetta Stone. It uses pictures and words without translation to convey meaning. The point of the software is to teach you the same way as a child would be thought throughout observation and situations where you compare one to another. I.E. If two pictures have a plane on it, where on one picture the plane is parked and idle and on another it is flying. You'd notice the differences in words, but the word plane (hikoki) would still be the same. It's a logic made for kids, and kinda how we learned our respective native tongues.

:)

-R

Regios avatar Regios

Konnichiwa!

May 18, 2010

Sorry to bother you with these trivialities, just found them essential for my language study. When you read subtitles you're often given indirect translation if you're looking for sign or word to word translation. Would be nice with Japanese subs in Hiragana and Katakana, a nice way to learn grammar while watching your favourite show and at the same time learn the language :)

-R

Regios avatar Regios

Konnichiwa!

May 18, 2010

My pleasure. Similar if you can read Japanese you should try Ricotta's プリンセスラバー (Princess Lover). Additionally you can watch the same anime series as the game. Sadly as with most anime adaptions, they stem from an eroge, which isn't necessarily a bad thing. The option such a game gives is to go different paths, and in relation to the anime, that's only good. You can find info about Princess Lover here. Enjoy equally =)

I'm currently playing between Shuffle and Princess Lover.

-R

Regios avatar Regios

Konnichiwa!

May 17, 2010

Here's is a link to the site I purchased it at.

http://www.mangagamer.com/r18/Titles/Details/D223E795-FFA5-44EC-861C-3F738CC53513/shuffle

If you can't get in directly then go to http://www.mangagamer.com/r18/

It's the adult section - but it's of little matter since the game isn't really heavy on the sex scenes. You can just skip em if you so wish it. The storyline is great. Especially if you watched the anime.

-R

Regios avatar Regios

Konnichiwa!

May 17, 2010

Hehe

The writers, so to speak, in Shuffle had little additional work to do but fill the gaps that the game had. The anime covered pretty much most of the game to an extent. I myself dropped it a long while ago, but after I bought the game it kinda came back and I restarted it. Turns out to be a great series.

-R

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