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No need to apologize milady. I heard that Canada has been very difficult as of late. As usual, put the blame on Year of the Rabbit for resisting change and being very difficult. So yes, I totally forgive you and you deserve better for being a good soul. The real problem is that this decade actually kind of sucks. This decade doesn't seem to care about good karma or hard working people when it should. Being very rude to everyone, even to someone as smexy as you.
I heard from my two Ontarian friends that winter has been very difficult for them. One of them being a chemist works really hard, kind of like you.
Moving on to brighter things, you're welcome and glad you like my art. It's also great to see back milady. *hugs*
Gift-wise, I got exactly what I wanted as of December plus Oxford Japanese Verbs and Grammar. That way I could get my PhD and make my Jack of all trades training worthwhile. While a very smart Jack or Jill of all trades may not exactly need, it's still a degree fitting for one. If a convicted murderer or robber can get one for reading 📚 in prison all the time, then why can't I?
As promised, I've spent a lot of time replaying Wild Arms 2 in Japanese after having finished Grandia (I love it just as much or more than retro gamers; I'll definitely check out the other two games later; definitely one of the most forgotten JRPGs that solved the problem of repetitive combat since 1997). Kanji-wise, I don't feel baffled anymore.
I ddidn't expect repeating kanji this much in the original script, but I'll keep an eye on any unfamiliar kanji and have it photographed.
The best way to retranslate Wild Arms 2 would be to adapt it into a manga, but that would definitely be a pipe dream because most manga these days prefer to have very simple stories for lower lifeforms with mediocre reading comprehension called normies. Where's the fun in making graphic novels mostly for idiots?
I'm totally looking at Wild Arms 2 differently after replaying it in Japanese. I also see Wild Arms 2 as the stepping stone to playing Sakura Wars 1-4 which stingy Sega will never release outside of Japan. The same company that just wants to cash in on Persona and Yakuza things so far. They should just give the forgotten franchise to Red Entertainment and their parent company. If remakes are the future, then I would love to see old Sakura Wars games get a real introduction for western audiences without Sega constantly blocking the franchise like it means nothing. Why block a franchise if it looks original and artistic?
As you can see milady, I haven't played So Long, My Love or Sakura Wars 5 in ages. I remember when a Canadian guy reviewed it on YouTube ages ago, Segashiro I think. He seemed like a very honest reviewer all those years ago. He liked Japanese imports yes, but was way better than a weeaboo.
Ah yes! Honeysuckles represent devoted affection. That flower is known all over Asia and Georgia state for that. It prefers humid subtropical weather, but it also seems to be very fond of Japan despite having a great deal of similar geography or flora to eastern Canada. Yes, originally a Eurasian flower.
I used to see hummingbirds being attracted to honeysuckles as well as any other flower growing up.
Recommendations-wise, you're welcome Misty and I'll talk to you again soon enough.
I apologize for the double posting at the same day (typing on a Motorola), but I was wondering if you know what honeysuckles represent.
Happy Valentine's Day to you milady! Here is something I kind of made especially for you:
Ah yes milady! Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Freedom just got released.
That movie and Pluto are two anime that I plan to watch this Year of the Dragon.
I see that Misato is one of your least favorite characters. Not a superfan, but I think that she's okay. My big Libra friend from Ontario is definitely a big fan.
Fon Walkure is definitely my least favorite character voiced by Kotono Mitsuishi. I agree with Natsuki's white-haired demon friend calling that blondie a bitch.
With that drawing aside, I've made good progress in Grandia and Japanese.
Truth be told, I've started studying Japanese since last summer. May Boyé-sensei RIP and I wouldn't have studied the language if it hadn't been for him. I also got my left hand to write kanji even better.
I plan on replaying Wild Arms 2 in Japanese some in Year of the Dragon (thanks to Sony and that lazy translation the American copy got). I stopped buying Sony products ages ago and got a PC.
Hopefully, it'll be your lucky year. It may be the year that new Gundam SEED movie will finally drop.
So yes, Grandia HD is awesome and I absolutely love Feena who Justin had to rescue last time when she was kidnapped for having powers of an ancient race. Similar to Aeris Gainsborough, I think.
Anyway milady! I hope Year of the Dragon will be something amazing (Lady Misty deserves it).