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Live Pro Wrestling NOAH: Premium Prelude 2020 11.8 Discussion Thread (Free on ABEMA)

2020.11.08 03:24 nsm1 Live Pro Wrestling NOAH: Premium Prelude 2020 11.8 Discussion Thread (Free on ABEMA)

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  1. Kinya Okada vs Yasutaka Yano
  2. Muhammad Yone, Shuhei Taniguchi, Seiya Morohashi vs Nioh, Haoh, Tadasuke
  3. Yoshiki Inamura & Daiki Inaba vs Masa Kitamura & Manabu Soya
  4. Atsushi Kotoge & Junta Miyawaki vs Yoshinari Ogawa & HAYATA
  5. Takashi Sugiura, Kazushi Sakuraba, Kendo Kashin, NOSAWA vs Naomichi Marufuji, Hajime Ohara, YO-HEY, Seiki Yoshioka
  6. GHC Junior Heavyweight Championship - Kotaro Suzuki (c) vs Daisuke Harada
  7. Go Shiozaki & Kaito Kiyomiya vs Kenoh & Katsuhiko Nakajima
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2020.11.06 19:15 DirtDisrespector "Oh you like JoJo? Name every JoJo character." (+stands)

Part 1

Jonathan Joestar
Will A. Zeppeli
Robert E. O. Speedwagon
Erina Pendleton
Poco
George Joestar I
Tonpetty
Straizo
Dire
Dio Brando
Bruford
Tarkus
Wang Chan
Dario Brando
Danny
Tattoo
Kempo Fighter
Inspector
Poco's Sister
Jack the Ripper
Adams
Doobie
Page/Jones/Plant/Bornnam
Mary Joestar
Will's Father
Elizabeth I
Mary Stuart
Aztec Chief
Mark Watkin
Darnley
Harry
Jeff Back and Dan Hamar
The 77 Rings Challenge Winners
Father Styx
Maiden
Dio Brando's Mother
Woman from Bar
Brats
Ring Announcer
Jonathan's Former Friends
Joestar Mansion Butler
George's Doctors
Ogre Street Criminals
Vagrants
Police Zombie
Speedwagon's Friend
Jack the Ripper's Date
Fisherman
Zombie Knights
Executioner
Poco's Bullies
Oriental Doctor
Ceiling Zombies
Zombie Mother
Chimera Zombies
Poco's Dad
Executed Zombies
London Bartender
Coffin Transporters
Ship Zombies
Elizabeth's Mother

Part 2

Joseph Joestar
Caesar Anthonio Zeppeli
Lisa Lisa
Rudol von Stroheim
Messina
Loggins
Erina Joestar
Smokey Brown
Suzi Q
Kars
Esidisi
Wamuu
Santana
Donovan
Wired Beck
Mark
Mario Zeppeli
George Joestar II
Bruto
Adolf Hitler
Straizo's Disciples
Mummy
SPW Excavators
Coco Cola Seller
New York Police Officers
SPW Plane Hijackers
SPW Plane Pilot
Impatient Driver
Brass Knuckles Gangster
Mafioso
Bruto's Girlfriend
Female Reporter
Stroheim's Servants
Nazi Doctors
Stroheim's Prisoners
Courageous Mexican Child
Mexican Thugs
Vampire Prisoner
Nazi Gatekeepers
Santana's Body Host
Santana's Nazi Victims
SPW Researchers
Rome Hotel Waiter
Caesar's Date
Hypnotized Girl
Nazi Officer
Wamuu's Nazi Victims
Ripple Clan
Mark's Girlfriend
Joseph's Doctor
Nazi Spy
Postmaster
Puppy Saved By Kars
Drunk Drivers
Kars's Nazi Victims
Luxury Cat
Caesar's Siblings
Caesar's Distant Relative
Italian Hoodlum
Kars's Vampires
Skeleton Heel Stone Warriors
Bad Breath Vampire
Vampire Horses
Kars's Double
SPW Special Technology Fighting Team
Stroheim's Ultraviolet Army
Superior Officer Zombie
Kars's Squirrel
Pillar Men Clan
Funeral Directors
Hollywood Screenwriter
Japanese Tourist

Part 3

Jotaro Kujo
Muhammad Avdol
Noriaki Kakyoin
Jean Pierre Polnareff
Iggy
Holy Kujo
Anne
Roses
Enya the Hag
Vanilla Ice
Hol Horse
Nukesaku
Daniel J. D'Arby
Pet Shop
N'Doul
Mariah
Alessi
Oingo
Boingo
Anubis
Telence T. D'Arby
Kenny G.
Gray Fly
Impostor Captain Tennille
Forever
Devo the Cursed
Rubber Soul
J. Geil
Nena
ZZ
Steely Dan
Arabia Fats
Mannish Boy
Cameo
Midler
Chaka
Khan
Malèna
Wilson Phillips
Sherry Polnareff
Sadao Kujo
Captain Tennille
Pocky
Prince, Michael and Lionel
Caravan Serai
Moor Family
Christian Vander
Shozo Mayama
Chibi and Buchi
Sonia
Dr. Elliot
Tatsuhiko
Treasure Hunters
Japanese Police Officers
Jotaro's Groupies
School Nurse
Mr. and Mrs. Kakyoin
Speedwagon Foundation Sailors
Singapore Hotel Valet
Singapore Thief
Cable Car Tourists
Calcutta Waiter
Little Calcuttan Boy
Calcutta Drifter
Calcutta Beggars
Varanasi Doctor and Nurse
Cafe Marhaba Denizens
Karachi Jewelry Store Guards
Arab Cessna Pilot
Arab Villager Lady
Speedwagon Foundation Pilots
Japanese Manga Artist
Chaka's Father
Friends of Chaka's Father
Papyrus Seller
Four Mice
Young Anubis Wielder
Luxor Old Woman
D'Arby's Cat
Dealer Boy
Cairo Airport Punks
Cairo Informant
Dog-loving Boy
Speedwagon Foundation Doctors

Part 4

Josuke Higashikata
Okuyasu Nijimura
Koichi Hirose
Rohan Kishibe
Hayato Kawajiri
Reimi Sugimoto
Shigekiyo Yangu
Mikitaka Hazekura
Yukako Yamagishi
Yuya Fungami
Tamami Kobayashi
Toshikazu Hazamada
Tonio Trussardi
Aya Tsuji
Shizuka Joestar
Arnold
Tomoko Higashikata
Ryohei Higashikata
Yoshikage Kira
Yoshihiro Kira
Tama
Keicho Nijimura
Akira Otoishi
Anjuro Katagiri
Ken Oyanagi
Toyohiro Kanedaichi
Terunosuke Miyamoto
Masazo Kinoto
Bug-Eaten
Not Bug-Eaten
Shinobu Kawajiri
Nijimura's Father
Koichi Hirose's Mother
Ayana Hirose
Kosaku Kawajiri
Josuke's Savior
Police
Junko
Masaji
Sachiko
Lady Murakami
Ghost Alley's Residents
Takashi and Kazuko Sugimoto
Gonta
Ichiro Morishita
Yoshioka
Akira
Minayo
Yuya's Fangirls
Kimura
Minako Okura
Satoru Nakae
Mika
Hiroshi Yoshimura
Rio
Kai Harada
Sakai
Asuka
Rika Tachikawa
Yamashita
Masaya Yoshizawa
Hirata
Delinquents
Josuke's Groupies
Robber
Nijimura's Mother
Mr. Hirose
Bikers
Class President
Speedwagon Foundation Agent
Speedwagon Foundation Ship Captain
Old Monk
Banker
Kira's Coworkers
Centipede Shoes Store Owner
Kawajiri Family Cat
Morioh Tourist
Mikitaka's Mother
Rude Nurse
Rio's Neighbor
Paramedic

Part 5

Giorno Giovanna

Bruno Bucciarati
Leone Abbacchio
Guido Mista
Narancia Ghirga
Pannacotta Fugo
Trish Una
Coco Jumbo
Pericolo
Diavolo
Vinegar Doppio
Squalo
Tiziano
Carne
Cioccolata
Secco
Polpo
Mario Zucchero
Sale
Risotto Nero
Formaggio
Illuso
Prosciutto
Pesci
Melone
Ghiaccio
Scolippi
Luca
Sorbet and Gelato
Donatella Una
Man X
Paolo Bucciarati
Abbacchio's Partner
Anita
Diavolo's Mother
Antonio Rossi
Mrs. Menini
Mela Ghirga
Monica Ultello
Airport Security
Giorno's Admirers
Giorno's Mother
Giorno's Stepfather
Female Prison Officer
Old Janitor
Truck Driver
Narancia's Father
Narancia's 'Friends'Elderly Victim
Teacher
Blackmailing Criminal
Woman Saved By Mista
Thugs Killed By Mista
Bruno's Mother
Drug Dealers
Copy of Coco Jumbo
Venetian Suit Man
Hotel Maid
Bug-Catching Boy
Sardinian Fortune Teller
Sardinian Taxi Driver
Soccer Kids
Natural Resources Workers
The Arrows' Creator
Drunkards
Diavolo's Foster Father
Victims of SCR
Flower Shop Owner
Scolippi's Girlfriend
Female Tourists
Unlicensed Taxi Driver
Yacht Renter
Assassination Target
Assassinated Woman
Fugo's Parents
Shady Engineer

Part 6

Jolyne Cujoh
Ermes Costello
Emporio Alnino
Foo Fighters
Narciso Anasui
Weather Report
Gwess
Irene
Anakiss
Enrico Pucci
Donatello Versus
Rikiel
Ungalo
The Green Baby
Johngalli A.
Sports Maxx
Miuccia Miuller
Thunder McQueen
Miraschon
Lang Rangler
Viviano Westwood
Kenzou
Guccio
D an G
Romeo Jisso
Perla Pucci
Loccobarocco
Gloria Costello
Charlotte
Atroe
Savage Garden
Sonny Likir
David
Ron the Viper
Mickey
Pinocchio
Snow White and the Seven Dwarves
Astro Boy, Mazinger Z and Tetsujin 28-go
Little Red Riding Hood and The Big Bad Wolf
Spider-Man
Kenshiro and Raoh
Mother Goat and Seven Young Goats
Prince Charming
Vincent van Gogh
Venus
Peter Pan and Tinkerbell
Put Back Hero
Sergeant McCoy
Wes Bluemarine
MIH Bystanders
'Tom Cruise'
Jolyne and Ermes' Co-Prisoner
Hitchhiker
Jolyne's Mother
Jolyne's Lawyer
Judge in Jolyne's Trial
Strip Search Staff
Prison Doctor
Prison Hairdresser
Female Ward Security Staff
Pi-chan
Caterer
Blonde Bully
Bullied Prisoner
Prison Visit Guard
Search Party Guard
Male Prisoners Killed by Foo Fighters
Female Prisoners Killed by Foo Fighters
Foo Fighters' Would-be Bully
Courtyard Guard
Surveillance Technician
Prison Backyard Guard N#1
Prison Backyard Guard N#2
Prostitute Prisoner
Maximum Security Ward Prisoners
Anasui's Former Girlfriend
Little Prisoner
Speedwagon Foundation Doctors #2
Swamp Searching Party
Shoplifter
Bohemian Rhapsody Victims
Versus's Family
Judge In Versus's Trial
Juvenile Detention Inmate
Racist Detective
Nice Tourist
MIH Victims
Alternate Jolyne
Alternate Jotaro

Part 7

Johnny Joestar
Gyro Zeppeli
Lucy Steel
Steven Steel
Hot Pants
Mountain Tim
Diego Brando
Pocoloco
Sandman
Norisuke Higashikata I
Funny Valentine
Oyecomova
Pork Pie Hat Kid
Dr. Ferdinand
Ringo Roadagain
Blackmore
Eleven Men
Mike O.
Wekapipo
Magent Magent
Axl RO
D-I-S-C-O
Alternate Diego Brando
Benjamin Boomboom
Andre Boomboom
L.A. Boomboom
Mrs. Robinson
Sugar Mountain
Scarlet Valentine
Jesus
Gregorio Zeppeli
George Joestar I (Steel Ball Run)
Nicholas Joestar
Diego Brando's Mother
Marco
Captain Valentine
Urmd Avdul
Dot Han
Baron Roocatugo
Gaucho
Mark Becker
David Hagen
Paul Lukather
Dixie Chicken
Zenyatta Mondatta
Caravan Serai (SBR)
Baba Yaga
Nellyville
Sloop John B
Billy White
Iglesias
Fritz von Stroheim
Mack the Knife
Rotters Club
Nightfly
Kanye
Shigechi
Tarkus (SBR)
Mister.
Georgie Porgie
Dario (SBR)
Anne Joestar
Danny (Mouse)
Adam Pendleton
Silas and Mary Pendleton
Alice Pendleton
Pendleton Children
Sandman's Sister
Steel Ball Run Staff
Thief
Pocoloco's Fortune Teller
Sheriff
Gyro's Mother
Gyro's Siblings
Neapolitan Noble
Beautiful Prisoner
President's Aides
Diego's Wife
Farm Worker
Ringo's Father
Ringo's Mother
Ringo's Sisters
Potato Killer
Gyro's Hospital Patient
Milwaukee Gangsters
Wekapipo's Younger Sister
Wekapipo's Brother-in-law
Hot Pants' Brother
Shooting Witnesses
Coach Driver
Railroad Worker
Victims of Love Train
Funny's Father
Diego's Fans
Slow Dancer
Valkyrie
Silver Bullet
Gets Up
Ghost Rider in the Sky
Hey! Ya!
Hono
Foxy Lady
Little Wing
Crosstown Traffic
El Condor Pasa
Europe Express
#1
Peg
Ramblin' Man
Roxanne
Moon Flower
Nut Rocker
Country Grammar
Catch a Wave
Love Unlimited
Natalie
Black Rose

Part 8

Josuke Higashikata (JoJolion)
Yasuho Hirose
Rai Mamezuku
Norisuke Higashikata IV
Jobin Higashikata
Mitsuba Higashikata
Tsurugi Higashikata
Joshu Higashikata
Hato Higashikata
Daiya Higashikata
Kaato Higashikata
Kyo Nijimura
Yoshikage Kira (JoJolion)
Josefumi Kujo
Karera Sakunami
Holy Joestar-Kira
Tamaki Damo
Yotsuyu Yagiyama
Aisho Dainenjiyama
A. Phex Brothers
Dolomite
Tooru
Satoru Akefu
Urban Guerrilla
Doremifasolati Do
Poor Tom
Wu Tomoki
Dododo De Dadada
Ojiro Sasame
Maako Kitani
Suzuyo Hirose
Iwasuke
Hair Clip
Kiyomi Kujo
Rina Higashikata
George Joestar II (JoJolion)
Josuke (Dog)
Elizabeth Joestar (JoJolion)
Joseph Joestar (JoJolion)
Suzi Q (JoJolion)
Yoshiteru Kira
Teru
Norisuke Higashikata II
Toyoko
Norisuke Higashikata III
Tomoko Higashikata (JoJolion)
Sadafumi Kujo
Atsunori Iwakiri
Zaihei Nigatake
Rena Nanami
Mina
Taoka
Hospital Security Guard
SBR Hat Shop Owner
Kidnapped Girl
The Man from Josuke's Memories
Ojiro's Friend
Johnny's Daughter
Oblivious Grandmother
Crying Little Boy
Hospital Taxi Driver
Extortive Mother and Child
Shakedown Road Veteran
Three Drug Dealer Thugs
Carrier Girl
Shakedown Road Cops
Mysterious Baby
The Old Man in the Wheelchair
Aisho's Girlfriend
Yakitori Shop Owner
Bald Salaryman
Tourists
Muneyuki
Morioh Police Officers
Bar Owner
Milagro Man's User
Cab Driver #2
Courier Boy
Mature Woman
Female Delinquent
Jogger
Bicycle Boy
Cab Driver #3
Baby
Boy-scout Bully
Yasuho's Dad
Angry Patient
Woman in bed
Maako's Daughter
Bus Stop Murderer
Rock Human Mother
Mamezuku's Father
Mamezuku's Mother

One-Shots

Jolyne Cujoh (GUCCI)
Minoru Kaigamori
Kyoka Izumi
Nanase Kishibe
Rohan Kishibe's Grandmother
Noguchi
Pierre
Gaucher
Ikkyu
Naoko Osato
Gunpei Kamafusa
Mutsukabezaka
Shuichi
Mai Katahira
Mao Katahira
Obanazawa
Tomoya
Yoma Hashimoto
Mika Hayamura
Mochizuki Family
Moon Rabbit
Virgina
Dolce
Masago Ayashi
Dolce and His Master
Masago Ayashi
Bruno Bucciarati (GUCCI)
Leone Abbacchio (GUCCI)
Polpo (GUCCI)
Unicorn
Nizaemon Yamamura
Female Monk
Yamaoka
Interpreter
Leather Goods Artisan
Frida Giannini
Rocky
Yoshiki
Wanted Man
Confessor
Servant
Asian Man
Corn Market Workers
Daughter
Obese Man
Model Scout
Fitness Trainer
Deliveryman Sawaki
Gym Patron
Gym Manager

Light Novels

Michal
Absalom
The Scribe Ani
Takuma Hasumi
Chiho Futaba
Teruhiko Futaba
Akari Hirai
Hanae Orikasa
Trinita
Crybaby Boy
Coniglio
Sogliola Lopez
Rigatoni
Sheila E
Cannolo Murolo
Massimo Volpe
Vladimir Kocaqi
Vittorio Cataldi
Angelica Attanasio
Gianluca Pericolo
George Joestar II (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Lisa Lisa (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Tsukumojuku Kato
Penelope de la Rosa
Erina Joestar (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Steven Motorize
John Moore-Brabazon
Kenton Motorize
Darlington Motorize
Jonathan Joestar (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Joseph Joestar (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Straizo (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Ngapoi Ngawang Tonpetty (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Robert E. O. Speedwagon (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Dio Brando (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Antonio Torres
William Cardinal
Alejandro Torres
Maria Torres
Javier Cortes
Funny Valentine (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Messina (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Jim Graham
Ben Motorize
Faraday
Julio Gonzales
Edvard Noriega
Charles Rolls
Scarlet Valentine (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Mr. Fernandes (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
George Joestar I (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Danny (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Will Anthonio Zeppeli (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Poco (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Poco's Sister (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Leonora Cortes
Juan Rovira Cortes
Isabella
Prunella
Graham Pendleton
Harriet Motorize
Frank Dimarest
Peter Fraser
Royal Aero Club Members
Vincent Lecoeur
Kars (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe: Future Timeline)
Jotaro Kujo (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe: Future Timeline)
Funny Valentine (Jorge Joestar 2nd Universe)
Lucy Steel (Jorge Joestar 2nd Universe)
Alternate Diego Brando (Jorge Joestar 2nd Universe)
Jorge Joestar (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Narancia Ghirga (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Rohan Kishibe (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Reimi Sugimoto (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Koji Hirose
Muryotaisu Nijimura
Fukashigi Nijimura
Bruno Bucciarati (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Leone Abbacchio (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Guido Mista (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Pannacotta Fugo (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Pocoloco Tripleseven (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Goyathlay Soundman (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Trish Una (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Vinegar Doppio (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Shigekiyo Yangu (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Aya Tsuji (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Enrico Pucci (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Yoshikage Kira (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Funny Valentine (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Funnier Valentine
The Funniest Valentine
Dolcio Cioccolata (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Secco Rottario (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Jonathan Joestar (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Dio Brando (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Jonda Joestar (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Jodoh Joestar (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Joseph Joestar (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
George Joestar I (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Joeko Joestar
Denta Shishimaru
Kosaku Kawajiri (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Shinobu Kawajiri (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Hayato Kawajiri (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Chien Kunimido
Prosciutto Cappano (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Pesci (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Ghiaccio (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Melone (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Johnny Joestar (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Hisao and Yohei
Guruguru Majin
Nail Peeler
Shirai Masami
Serika/Satoshi/Seshiru Kato
Namahage Detective
Takumi Kumoi
Sachiari Hakkyoku
Nekoneko Nyan Nyan Nyan
Chomaru Bariya & Others
Daibakusho Curry & Runbaba 12
Yukako Yamagishi (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Wilhelm Beer & Johann Mädler
Maria Urias Zeppeli
Giorno Giovanna (Jorge Joestar Unknown Universe)
Diavolo (Jorge Joestar Unknown Universe)

Other

Stand User
Old Man Stand User
Heaven Ascension DIO
Dija Maker
Scatola

Stands

Part 3

Star Platinum
Magician's Red
Hermit Purple
Hierophant Green
Silver Chariot
The Fool
The World
Tower of Gray
Dark Blue Moon
Strength
Ebony Devil
Yellow Temperance
Hanged Man
Emperor
Empress
Wheel of Fortune
Justice
Lovers
Sun
Death Thirteen
Judgement
High Priestess
Geb
Khnum
Tohth
Anubis
Bastet
Sethan
Osiris
Horus
Atum
Tenore Sax
Cream
Holy's Stand
Joestar Stand

Part 4

Crazy Diamond
The Hand
Echoes
Heaven's Door
Love Deluxe
Harvest
Killer Queen
Sheer Heart Attack
Bites the Dust
Aqua Necklace
Bad Company
Red Hot Chili Pepper
The Lock
Surface
Pearl Jam
Achtung Baby
Ratt
Cinderella
Atom Heart Father
Boy II Man
Earth Wind and Fire
Highway Star
Stray Cat
Super Fly
Enigma
Cheap Trick
Nijimura's Father's Stand

Part 5

Gold Experience
Sticky Fingers
Moody Blues
Sex Pistols
Aerosmith
Purple Haze
Spice Girl
Chariot Requiem
Gold Experience Requiem
King Crimson
Black Sabbath
Soft Machine
Kraft Work
Little Feet
Man in the Mirror
Mr.President
Beach Boy
The Grateful Dead
Baby Face
White Album
Clash
Talking Head
Notorious B.I.G
Metallica
Green Day
Oasis
Rolling Stones
Sorbet & Gelato's Stands
Resource Worker's Stand

Part 6

Stone Free
Kiss
Burning Down the House
Foo Fighters
Diver Down
Weather Report
Whitesnake
C-Moon
Made in Heaven
Goo Goo Dolls
Manhattan Transfer
Highway to Hell
Marilyn Manson
Jumpin' Jack Flash
Limp Bizkit
Survivor
Planet Waves (FKA Earth, Wind, and Fire)
Dragon's Dream
Yo-Yo Ma
Green, Green Grass of Home
Jail House Lock
Bohemian Rhapsody
Sky High
Under World
Boiling Water Stand
Emporio's Mother's Stand
Stand Collection

Part 7

Tusk
Ball Breaker
Oh! Lonesome Me
Scary Monsters
Cream Starter
Ticket to Ride
Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
D4C Love Train
In a Silent Way
Hey Ya!
Tomb of the Boom 1 2 3
Boku no Rhythm wo Kiitekure
Wired
Mandom
Catch the Rainbow
Sugar Mountain
Tatoo You!
Tubular Bells
20th Century Boy
Civil War
Chocolate Disco
THE WORLD
Emerald Searcher's Stand

Part 8

Soft & Wet
Paisley Park
Nut King Call
Paper Moon King
King Nothing
Speed King
Killer Queen (JoJolion)
Fun Fun Fun
California King Bed
Born This Way (FKA Going Underground)
Les Feuilles
I Am a Rock
Doobie Wah!
Love Love Deluxe
Schott Key No.1
Schott Key No.2
Vitamin C
Walking Heart
Milagro Man
Blue Hawaii
Doggy Style
Brain Storm
Ozon Baby
Doctor Wu
Awaking III Leaves
Wonder of U
Kaato's Stand

Light Novels

Dark Mirage
Satanic Coupler
Ptah
The Book
Memory of Jet
The Cure
Public Image Limited
Joy Division
Purple Haze Distortion
Voodoo Child
All Along Watchtower
Manic Depression
Rainy Day Dream Away
Dolly Dagger
Night Bird Flying
U-Boat
Heaven's Door (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Grand Blue
NYPD Blue
Blue Thunder
Killer Queen (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
The Passion
Cube House
Arrow Cross House
Videodrome
The Iron Ladies
Stepmom
The World (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Gold Experience (Jorge Joestar Unknown Universe)
Gold Experience Requiem (Jorge Joestar Unknown Universe)
King Crimson (Jorge Joestar Unknown Universe)
Whitesnake (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
C-Moon (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Made in Heaven (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Rear Window
Singing in the Rain
Stray Dog
Face/Off
Right Stuff
Blob
Evil Dead
Twister
Fugo's Stand
Doppio's Stand
The World Ultimate
Ultimate D4CU-Boat Ultimate
Whitesnake Ultimate
C-Moon Ultimate Requiem
Made in Heaven Ultimate Requiem
Molting
Coulrophobia
Dream Manipulation
Wings
Dune
Dune Ultimate
The Trinity

Other

Stand User's Stand
Strange Relation
Gucci Bag Stand
Remote Romance
The World Over Heaven
House of Holy
JoJosapiens
The Shelter
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2020.08.14 15:42 ivanpd 3rd Call for Papers: REBLS 20: Reactive and Event-Based Languages and Systems

Hi everyone. I'm organizing a workshop, colocated with Splash, on reactive programming.
The event will take place online. We've extended the paper submission deadline till Friday next week. Hope it's of your interest. It would be great if you could pass it along.
(Sorry if you see this multiple times.)
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CALL FOR PAPERS
7th Workshop on Reactive and Event-based Languages and Systems (REBLS 2020) co-located with the SPLASH Conference
*** BOTH EVENTS WILL NOW TAKE PLACE ONLINE ***
Sun 15 - Fri 20 November 2020 Website: https://2020.splashcon.org/home/rebls-2020
IMPORTANT DATES
Submission Deadline: 21 Aug 2020 (extended) Author Notification: 18 Sep 2020 Camera Ready Deadline: 9 Oct 2020
INTRODUCTION
Reactive programming and event-based programming are two closely related programming styles that are becoming more important with the ever increasing requirement for applications to run on the web or on mobile devices, and the advent of advanced High-Performance Computing (HPC) technology.
A number of publications on middleware and language design -- so-called reactive and event-based languages and systems (REBLS) -- have already seen the light, but the field still raises several questions. For example, the interaction with mainstream language concepts is poorly understood, implementation technology is still lacking, and modularity mechanisms remain largely unexplored. Moreover, large applications are still to be developed, and, consequently, patterns and tools for developing large reactive applications are still in their infancy.
This workshop will gather researchers in reactive and event-based languages and systems. The goal of the workshop is to exchange new technical research results and to better define the field by developing taxonomies and discussing overviews of the existing work.
We welcome all submissions on reactive programming, functional reactive programming, and event- and aspect- oriented systems, including but not limited to:
* Language design, implementation, runtime systems, program analysis, software metrics, patterns and benchmarks.
* Formal models for reactive and event-based programming.
* Study of the paradigm: interaction of reactive and event-based programming with existing language features such as object-oriented programming, pure functional programming, mutable state, concurrency.
* Modularity and abstraction mechanisms in large systems.
* Advanced event systems, event quantification, event composition, aspect-oriented programming for reactive applications.
* Functional Reactive Programming (FRP), self-adjusting computation and incremental computing.
* Synchronous languages, modeling real-time systems, safety-critical reactive and embedded systems.
* Applications, case studies that show the efficacy of reactive programming.
* Empirical studies that motivate further research in the field.
* Patterns and best-practices.
* Related fields, such as complex event processing, reactive data structures, view maintenance, constraint-based languages, and their integration with reactive programming.
* Implementation technology, language runtimes, virtual machine support, compilers.
* IDEs, Tools.
The format of the workshop is that of a mini-conference. Participants can present their work in slots of 30 mins with Q&A included. Because of the declarative nature of reactive programs, it is often hard to understand their semantics just by looking at the code. We therefore also encourage authors to use their slots for presenting their work based on live demos.
SUBMISSIONS
REBLS encourages submissions of two types of papers:
* Full papers: papers that describe complete research results. These papers will be published in the ACM digital library.
* In-progress papers: papers that have the potential of triggering an interesting discussion at the workshop or present new ideas that require further systematic investigation. These papers will not be published in the ACM digital library.
Format:
* Submissions should use the ACM SIGPLAN Conference acmart Format with the two-column, sigplan Subformat, 10 point font, using Biolinum as sans-serif font and Libertine as serif font. All submissions should be in PDF format. If you use LaTeX or Word, please use the ACM SIGPLAN acmart Templates.
The page http://www.sigplan.org/Resources/Autho#acmart-format contains instructions for authors, and a package that includes an example file acmart-sigplan.tex.
* Authors are required to explicitly specify the type of paper in the submission (i.e., full paper, in-progress paper).
* Full papers can be *up to* 12 pages in length, excluding references. In-progress papers can be *up to* 6 pages, excluding references. Papers do not need to make use of all pages, but they will be summarily rejected if they exceed the page limits.
Instructions for the Authors:
* Papers should be submitted through: https://rebls20.hotcrp.com/
* For fairness reasons, all submitted papers should conform to the formatting instructions. Submissions that violate these instructions will be summarily rejected.
* Program Committee members are allowed to submit papers, but their papers will be held to a higher standard.
* Papers must describe unpublished work that is not currently submitted for publication elsewhere as described by SIGPLAN’s Republication Policy (http://www.sigplan.org/Resources/Policies/Republication). Submitters should also be aware of ACM’s Policy and Procedures on Plagiarism.
* All submissions are expected to comply with the ACM Policies for Authorship detailed at https://www.acm.org/publications/authors/information-for-authors.
PROGRAM COMMITTEE
Ivan Perez (PC Chair; NIA)
Alan Jeffrey, Mozilla Research. Christiaan Baaij, QBayLogic. César Sánchez, IMDEA Software. Daniel Winograd-Cort, Target Corp. Edward Amsden, Black River Software, LLC. Guerric Chupin, University of Nottingham. Heinrich Apfelmus. Jonathan Thaler, University of Applied Sciences Vorarlberg. Louis Mandel, IBM Research. Manuel Bärenz, sonnen eServices GmbH. Marc Pouzet, Université Pierre et Marie Curie. Mark Santolucito, University of Yale. Neil Sculthorpe, University of Nottingham Trent. Noemi Rodriguez, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro Oleksandra Bulgakova, Sukhomlynsky Mykolaiv National University Patrick Bahr, University of Copenhagen Takuo Watanabe, Tokyo Institute of Technology Tetsuo Kamina, Oita University Tom Van Cutsem, Nokia Bell Labs Yoshiki Ohshima, HARC / Y Combinator Research
STEERING COMMITTEE
Guido Salvaneschi, TU Darmstadt, Germany Wolfgang De Meuter, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium Patrick Eugster, Universita della Svizzera Italiana, Switzerland Francisco Sant'Anna, Rio de Janeiro State University, Brazil Lukasz Ziarek, SUNY Buffalo, United States
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2020.07.30 08:41 typicaltopics75 Japan network WOWOW to air 6 consecutive months of X JAPAN past live performances


Japan network WOWOW to air 6 consecutive months of X JAPAN past live performances. Airdates will take place from September 2020 to February 2021.

Due to covid closings entertaineters have been forced to refrain from activities in the entertainment industry. X JAPAN's YOSHIKI has took the initiative to “STAY HOME” and sent out their thoughts on the future of the entertainment industry and future music activities.

YOSHIKI says "I want to support people with my own music," although I can't live at the moment. And in response to that feeling, WOWOW will carefully select and broadcast the legendary live performed by X JAPAN in the past.

The lineup includes 13 of the best entertainment ever delivered by X JAPAN, from the disbanded live performed in 1997 to the unprecedented live audience that became a new legend in 2018. I want you to once again enjoy the excitement of that soul-shaking live performance!

・X JAPAN Live Japan Performance 2018 ~A Night with Red Color~ Makuhari Messe 3Days September 5th (Sat) 4:00 pm [No] [WOWOW Prime] Legendary rock band X JAPAN's unprecedented "Audience" Go live. All the members' whole body and soul, the miracle stage pattern with all souls will be broadcast exclusively in uncut form.
Recording date: September 30, 2018 Recording place: Chiba Makuhari Messe International Exhibition Hall 1-3 Hall
X JAPAN The Last Live Full version September 9 (Wednesday) 8:00 [WOWOW live] Its name in the rock world The X JAPAN, which had a dramatic break up in 1997. WOWOW's first broadcast as a complete version of the legendary Tokyo Dome performance that was held in the middle of the year!
Recording date: December 31, 1997 Location: Tokyo Tokyo Dome
/X JAPAN Attack Resumption 2008 IV ~Toward Ruin~ / ~The Night of Destruction~ September 10th (Thursday) 8:00pm [WOWOW Live] 3 consecutive days in March 2008 The revived live of X JAPAN, which shook the Tokyo Dome. WOWOW exclusive broadcast of the first day, "~Night of destruction~"!
Recording date: March 28, 2008 Recording location: Tokyo Tokyo Dome
/X JAPAN Attack Resumption 2008 IV-Towards Ruin-/-Reckless Night-September 10th (Thu) 10:00 [WOWOW Live] 2008 X JAPAN's resurrection live that shook the Tokyo Dome for three consecutive days in March of the year. WOWOW exclusive broadcast of the second night "~Reckless Night~"!
Recording date: March 29, 2008 Recording place: Tokyo Tokyo Dome
, X JAPAN WORLD TOUR ASIA Live in HONGKONG / Destruction Night Extra October Scheduled Broadcast in October 2009 X JAPAN's first overseas performance! Exclusive WOWOW broadcast of the first day of a historic live performance with 20,000 fans enthusiastic in Hong Kong!
From Date: January 16, 2009 From Location: Hong Kong, China ASIA WORLD EXPO
· X JAPAN WORLD TOUR ASIA Live In HONGKONG / destruction of the night in HONGKONG 10 May broadcast schedule X JAPAN's first overseas performances that took place in January 2009 !! WOWOW's exclusive broadcast of the second day of a historic live show that 20,000 fans were crazy in Hong Kong!
Recording date: January 17, 2009 Recording location: China Hong Kong ASIA WORLD EXPO
・X JAPAN WORLD TOUR Live in YOKOHAMA Super hard breakthrough Nanatsu Hachiki-Toward the world / Reunion night November Broadcast scheduled for August 2010 X JAPAN's first outdoor one-man live at Nissan Stadium! The WOWOW exclusive broadcast of the first day of the 2DAYS performance!
Recording date: August 14, 2010 Recording location: Kanagawa Nissan Stadium
/X JAPAN WORLD TOUR 2014 at YOKOHAMA ARENA Scheduled to be broadcast in November 2014 X JAPAN, which celebrated its 25th anniversary of major debut in 2014, is an outpost of the Madison Square Garden performance. WOWOW exclusive broadcast of the Japanese performance that was held as a battle!
Recording date: October 1, 2014 Recording location: Kanagawa Yokohama Arena
/X JAPAN JAPAN TOUR 2015 in NAGOYA ~London Wembley Arena Outpost Battle~ December Broadcasting from X JAPAN's Japan tour for the first time in 20 years, 2015 WOWOW exclusive broadcast of the final performance at the Aichi/Nippon Gaishi Hall in December!
Recording date: December 15, 2015 Recording place: Aichi Nippon Gaishi
HallYOSHIKI CLASSICAL SPECIAL feat. Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra at Carnegie Hall in New York City A concert of YOSHIKI held at Carnegie Hall in New York, a sacred place for classical music. Don't miss the historic stage played with the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra.
Recording date: January 13, 2017 Recording place: New York Carnegie Hall
, New York, USA , X JAPAN LIVE 2017 at the WEMBLEY Arena in LONDON January 2021 Scheduled to be broadcast 1 year after the solo performance was postponed regretfully In March 2017, the exclusive live performance of the historic live where X JAPAN appeared in the "rock holy land" UK SSE Arena Wembley!
Recording date: March 4, 2017 Recording location: London, England SSE Arena Wembley
X JAPAN WORLD TOUR 2017 WE ARE X Acoustic Special Miracle ~Miracle Night~ 6DAYS January 2021 Scheduled to broadcast in January 2017, X JAPAN Performed at Yokohama Arena in acoustic style. WOWOW exclusive broadcast of the final day of the Japan tour!
Recording date: July 17, 2017 Recording place: Kanagawa Yokohama Arena
/ X JAPAN LIVE 2018 Just before the American festival appearance PREMIUM GIGS ~YOSHIKI's revival night ~ Scheduled to be broadcast in February 2021 After YOSHIKI artificial disc replacement surgery in April 2018 , WOWOW exclusive broadcast of the special live of X JAPAN, which was the first full stage return!
Recording date: April 11, 2018 Location: Tokyo Zepp DiverCity (TOKYO)

https://www.wowow.co.jp/release/005547?utm_source=twitter_music&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=200729_twmj_rel_0181&utm_content=relsns
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2020.02.16 03:30 nsm1 Live Pro Wrestling NOAH Higher Ground 2020 Discussion Thread

Abema TV Stream Link this is free to watch
VPN is required, use something such as VPNGate or if your VPN provider is capable of accessing Abema TV due to its IP restrictions. Connect to Japan, but some servers may not work, so it's a matter of trial and error
If you missed the show live, you have up to 6 days after broadcast to watch VOD for free before it's locked into their paid Abema TV Premium subscription
Unfortunately it won't be simulcasted on DDT Universe for this show, but it will show up on VOD in a future date
Cards announced so far
For English resources go to @hi5ame on Twitter or /noahghc
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2020.02.05 00:48 MrTwinkl3s Made a list of all known player stats

Aoba johsai High] Name:Toru Oikawa Number:1 Height:184.3cm/6'0 Position:SetteCaptain Spike Reach:335cm/10'11 Power:5 Jump:3 Stamina:4 Game Sense:4 Technique:5 Speed:3 Total:24
Name: Issei Matsukawa Number:2 Height:187.9cm/6'2 Position:Middle Blocker Spike Reach:331cm/10'10 Power:4 Jump:2 Stamina:4 Game Sense:3 Technique:3 Speed:3 Total:19
Name:Takahiro Hanamaki Number:3 Height:184.7cm/6' Position:Wing Spiker Spike Reach:327cm/10'8 Power:4 Jump:3 Stamina:3 Game Sense:4 Technique:3 Speed:2 Total:19
Name:Hajime Iwaizumi Number:4 Height:179.3cm/5'10 Position:Wing SpikeVice Captain/Ace Spike Reach:327cm/10'8 Power:5 Jump:4 Stamina:4 Game Sense:3 Technique:3 Speed:4 Total:23
Name:Shigeru Yahaba Number:5 Height:181.9cm/5'11 Position:SettePinch Server Spike Reach:320cm/10'5 Power:3 Jump:2 Stamina:2 Game Sense:4 Technique:4 Speed:3 Total:18
Name:Shinji Watari Number:7 Height:171.2cm/5'7 Position:Libero Spike Reach:290cm/9'6 Power:2 Jump:4 Stamina:3 Game Sense:4 Technique:3 Speed:3 Total:19
Name:Yutaro Kindaichi Number:12 Height:189.2cm/6'2 Position:Middle Blocker Spike Reach:332cm/10'10 Power:3 Jump:3 Stamina:4 Game Sense:2 Technique:3 Speed:3 Total:18
Name:Akira Kunimi Number:13 Height:182.8cm/6' Position:Opposite Spike Reach:320cm/10'5 Power:3 Jump:3 Stamina:3 Game Sense:5 Technique:3 Speed:3 Total:20
Name:Kentaro Kyotani Number:16 Height:178.8cm/5'10 Position:Wing Spiker Spike Reach:327cm/10'8 Power:4 Jump:4 Stamina:3 Game Sense:1 Technique:3 Speed:4 Total:19
Average Height:182.2cm/5'11. Average Spike Reach:323.2cm/10'7 Avg.Power:3.6, Avg:Jump:3.1, Avg:Stamina:3.3, Avg:Game Sense:3.3, Avg:Technique:3.3, Avg:Speed:3.1, Avg:Total:19.8
[Date Tech High] Name:Yasushi Kamasaki Number:1 Height:186.8cm/6'1 Position:Middle BlockeVice Captain Spike Reach:330cm/10'9 Power:5 Jump:2 Stamina:4 Game Sense:2 Technique:2 Speed:4 Total:19
Name:Kaname Moniwa Number:2 Height:176.3cm/5'9 Position:Setter Spike Reach:305cm/10'5 Power:2 Jump:3 Stamina:3 Game Sense:4 Technique:4 Speed:3 Total:19
Name:Takehito Sasaya Number:3 Height:174.3cm/5'8 Position:Opposite Spike Reach:310cm/10'2 Power:4 Jump:4 Stamina:3 Game Sense:3 Technique:4 Speed:3 Total:21
Name:Kenji Futakuchi Number:6 Height:184.2cm/6'0 Position:Wing SpikeAce Spike Reach:325cm/10'7 Power:4 Jump:4 Stamina:3 Game Sense:3 Technique:3 Speed:4 Total:21
Name:Takanobu Aone Number:7 Height:191.8cm/6'3 Position:Middle Blocker Spike Reach:335cm/10'11 Power:5 Jump:3 Stamina:3 Game Sense:3 Technique:3 Speed:4 Total:21
Name:Yutaka Obara Number:12 Height:186.2cm/6'1 Position:Wing Spiker Spike Reach:323cm/10'7 Power:4 Jump:3 Stamina:3 Game Sense:3 Technique:4 Speed:2 Total:19
Name:Kosuke Sakunami Number:13 Height:164.1cm/5'4 Position:Libero Spike Reach:295cm/9'8 Power:1 Jump:4 Stamina:3 Game Sense:2 Technique:3 Speed:4 Total:17
Name:Kanji Koganegawa Number:7 Height:191.5cm/6'3 Position:Setter Spike Reach:340cm/11'1 Power:5 Jump:4 Stamina:4 Game Sense:1 Technique:1 Speed:4 Total:19
Name:Taro Onagawa Number:8 Height:175.2cm/5'9 Position:Opposite Spike Reach:310cm/10'2 Power:2 Jump:3 Stamina:3 Game Sense:4 Technique:4 Speed:2 Total:18
Name:Jingo Fukiage Number:11 Height:186.3cm/6'1 Position:Middle Blocker Spike Reach:325cm/10'7 Power:3 Jump:2 Stamina:3 Game Sense:4 Technique:2 Speed:2 Total:18
Average Height:181.6cm/5'11. Average Spike Reach:319.8cm/10'5 Avg.Power:3.5, Avg.Jump:3.2, Avg.Stamina:3.5, Avg.Game Sense:2.9, Avg.Technique:3, Avg.Speed:3.2, Avg.Total:17.1
[Fukurodani Academy] Name:Tatsuki Washio Number:2 Height:187.8cm/6'1 Position:Middle Blocker Spike Reach:335cm/10'11 Power:4 Jump:3 Stamina:4 Game Sense:4 Technique:4 Speed:3 Total:22
Name:Yamato Sarukui Number:3 Height:181.5cm/5'11 Position:Wing Spiker Spike Reach:328cm/10'9 Power:4 Jump:4 Stamina:3 Game Sense:3 Technique:3 Speed:2 Total:19
(Top 5 Aces) Name:Kotaro Bokuto Number:4 Height:185.3cm/6'1 Position:Wing SpikeCaptain/Ace Spike Reach:339cm/11'1 Power:5 Jump:4 Stamina:5 Game Sense:3 Technique:3 Speed:4 Total:24
Name:Keiji Akaashi Number:5 Height:182.3cm/5'11 Position:SetteVice Captain Spike Reach:327cm/10'8 Power:3 Jump:4 Stamina:4 Game Sense:4 Technique:4 Speed:4 Total:23
Name:Akinori Konoha Number:7 Height:178.8cm/5'10 Position:Wing Spiker Spike Reach:322cm/10'6 Power:2 Jump:4 Stamina:3 Game Sense:4 Technique:4 Speed:4 Total:21
Name:Haruki Komi Number:11 Height:164.7cm/5'4 Position:Libero Spike Reach:298cm/9'9 Power:3 Jump:4 Stamina:5 Game Sense:3 Technique:3 Speed:4 Total:22
Name:Wataru Onaga Number:12 Height:191.3cm/6'3 Position:Middle Blocker Spike Reach:330cm/10'9 Power:3 Jump:2 Stamina:4 Game Sense:2 Technique:2 Speed:3 Total:16
Average Height:181.6cm/5'11. Average Spike Reach:325cm/10'7 Avg.Power:3.4, Avg.Jump:3.5, Avg.Stamina:4, Avg.Game Sense:3.2, Avg.Technique:3.2, Avg:Speed:3.4, Avg.Total:21
[Inarizaki High] Name:Shinsuke Kita Number:1 Height:175.2cm/5'9 Position:Wing SpikeCaptain Spike Reach:?? Power:2 Jump:2 Stamina:4 Game Sense:4 Technique:3 Speed:3 Total:18
Name:Ren Omimi Number:2 Height:191.5cm/6'3 Position:Middle Blocker Spike Reach:?? Power:3 Jump:2 Stamina:4 Game Sense:3 Technique:3 Speed:3 Total:18
(Top 5 Aces) Name:Aran Ojiro Number:4 Height:184.7cm/6'0 Position:Wing SpikeAce Spike Reach:?? Power:5 Jump:4 Stamina:4 Game Sense:3 Technique:3 Speed:2 Total:21
Name:Hitoshi Ginjima Number:5 Height:180.3cm/5'11 Position:Wing Spiker Spike Reach:?? Power:4 Jump:4 Stamina:4 Game Sense:3 Technique:3 Speed:4 Total:22
Name:Atsumu Miya Number:7 Height:183.6cm/6'0 Position:Setter Spike Reach:335cm/10'11 Power:3 Jump:4 Stamina:4 Game Sense:5 Technique:5 Speed:4 Total:25
Name:Rintaro Suna Number:10 Height:185.7cm/6'1 Position:Middle Blocker Spike Reach:?? Power:2 Jump:4 Stamina:4 Game Sense:3 Technique:3 Speed:4 Total:20
Name:Osamu Miya Number:11 Height:183.8cm/6'0 Position:Wing Spiker Spike Reach:?? Power:4 Jump:4 Stamina:4 Game Sense:4 Technique:4 Speed:4 Total:24
Name:Heisuke Riseki Number:14 Height:185.2cm/6'0 Position:Wing SpikePinch Server Spike Reach:?? Power:4 Jump:3 Stamina:3 Game Sense:2 Technique:2 Speed:3 Total:17
Name:Michinari Akagi Number:15 Height:174.2cm/5'8 Position:Libero Spike Reach:?? Power:4 Jump:4 Stamina:4 Game Sense:3 Technique:3 Speed:3 Total:21
Average Height:182.6/5'11. Average Spike Reach:?? Avg.Power:3.4, Avg.Jump:3.4, Avg.Stamina:3.8, Avg.Game Sense:3.3, Avg.Technique:3.2, Avg.Speed:3.3, Avg.Total:20.6
[Johzenji High] Name:Yuji Terushima Number:1 Height:177.2cm/5'9 Position:Wing SpikeCaptain Spike Reach:327cm/10'8 Power:4 Jump:4 Stamina:3 Game Sense:3 Technique:3 Speed:4 Total:21
Name:Kazuma Bobata Number:2 Height:185.9cm/6'1 Position:Middle Blocker Spike Reach:325cm/10'7 Power:2 Jump:3 Stamina:2 Game Sense:3 Technique:3 Speed:4 Total:17
Name:Takeharu Futamata Number:3 Height:178.5cm/5'10 Position:Setter Spike Reach:320cm/10'5 Power:2 Jump:4 Stamina:3 Game Sense:4 Technique:3 Speed:3 Total:19
Name:Katsumichi Higashiyama Number:4 Height:175.5cm/5'9 Position:Wing Spiker Spike Reach:315cm/10'4 Power:3 Jump:3 Stamina:4 Game Sense:3 Technique:3 Speed:3 Total:19
Name:Rintaro Numajiri Number:7 Height:176.8cm/5'9 Position:Wing Spiker Spike Reach:310cm/10'2 Power:2 Jump:3 Stamina:2 Game Sense:4 Technique:3 Speed:4 Total:18
Name:Nobuyoshi Izaka Number:9 Height:186.2cm/6'1 Position:Middle Blocker Spike Reach:327cm/10'8 Power:3 Jump:2 Stamina:4 Game Sense:3 Technique:3 Speed:3 Total:20
Name:Arata Tsuchiyu Number:11 Height:168.5cm/5'6 Position:Libero Spike Reach:288cm/9'5 Power:2 Jump:3 Stamina:2 Game Sense:4 Technique:2 Speed:3 Total:16
Average Height:178.3cm/5'10. Average Spike Reach:316cm/10'4 Avg.Power:2.5, Avg.Jump:3.1, Avg.Stamina:2.8, Avg.Game Sense:3.4, Avg.Technique:2.8, Avg.Speed:3.4, Avg.Total:18.5
[Kakugawa High] Name:Yudai Hyakuzawa Number:9 Height:201.2cm/6'7 Position:Wing Spiker Spike Reach:347cm/11'4 Power:4 Jump:3 Stamina:4 Game Sense:2 Technique:1 Speed:2 Total:16
[Kamomedai High] Name:Aikichi Suwa Number:1 Height:177.8cm/5'10 Position:SetteCaptain Spike Reach:?? Power:3 Jump:4 Stamina:4 Game Sense:4 Technique:4 Speed:3 Total:22
Name:Izuru Nozawa Number:4 Height:181.8cm/5'11 Position:Wing Spiker Spike Reach:?? Power:3 Jump:4 Stamina:4 Game Sense:4 Technique:4 Speed:3 Total:22
Name:Korai Hoshiumi Number:5 Height:169.2cm/5'6 Position:Wing SpikeAce Spike Reach:342cm/11'2 Power:3 Jump:5 Stamina:5 Game Sense:4 Technique:5 Speed:4 Total:26
Name:Sachiro Hirugami Number:6 Height:190.4cm/6'3 Position:Middle Blocker Spike Reach:?? Power:4 Jump:3 Stamina:4 Game Sense:4 Technique:4 Speed:4 Total:23
Name:Kazuyoshi Bessho Number:8 Height:186.7cm/6'1 Position:Middle Blocker Spike Reach:?? Power:2 Jump:3 Stamina:3 Game Sense:4 Technique:4 Speed:4 Total:20
Name:Gao Hakuba Number:10 Height:203.3cm/6'8 Position:Wing Spiker Spike Reach:?? Power:4 Jump:3 Stamina:3 Game Sense:3 Technique:2 Speed:3 Total:18
Name:Keiichiro Kanbayashi Number:13 Height:173.2cm/5'8 Position:Libero Spike Reach:?? Power:3 Jump:4 Stamina:4 Game Sense:4 Technique:3 Speed:4 Total:22
Average Height:183.2cm/6'3. Average Spike Reach:?? Avg.Power:3.1, Avg.Jump:3.7, Avg.Stamina:3.8, Avg.Game Sense:3.8, Avg.Technique:3.7, Avg.Speed:3.5, Avg.Total:21.8
[Karasuno High] Name:Daichi Sawamura Number:1 Height:176.8cm/5'9 Position:Wing SpikeCaptain Spike Reach:310cm/10'2 Power:4 Jump:3 Stamina:3 Game Sense:4 Technique:4 Speed:3 Total:21
Name:Koshi Sugawara Number:2 Height:174.3cm/5'8 Position:SetteVice Captain Spike Reach:299cm/9'9 Power:2 Jump:2 Stamina:2 Game Sense:4 Technique:4 Speed:2 Total:16
Name:Asahi Azumane Number:3 Height:184.7cm/6'0 Position:Wing SpikeAce Spike Reach:333cm/10'11 Power:5 Jump:3 Stamina:3 Game Sense:3 Technique:3 Speed:2 Total:19
Name:Yu Nishinoya Number:4 Height:159.3cm/5'2 Position:Libero Spike Reach:302cm/9'10 Power:2 Jump:4 Stamina:5 Game Sense:4 Technique:3 Speed:5 Total:23
Name:Ryunosuke Tanaka Number:5 Height:177.2cm/5'9 Position:Wing Spiker Spike Reach:324cm/10'7 Power:5 Jump:3 Stamina:4 Game Sense:1 Technique:2 Speed:3 Total:18
Name:Chikara Ennoshita Number:6 Height:175.4cm/5'9 Position:Wing Spiker Spike Reach:305cm/10'5 Power:3 Jump:2 Stamina:3 Game Sense:3 Technique:3 Speed:2 Total:16
Name:Hisashi Kinnoshita Number:7 Height:175.8cm/5'9 Position:Wing Spiker Spike Reach:297cm/9'8 Power:3 Jump:2 Stamina:3 Game Sense:2 Technique:2 Speed:3 Total:15
Name:Kazuhito Narita Number:8 Height:180.2cm/5'10 Position:Middle Blocker Spike Reach:322cm/10'6 Power:2 Jump:2 Stamina:2 Game Sense:4 Technique:3 Speed:3 Total:16
Name:Tobio Kageyama Number:9 Height:180.6cm/5'11 Position:Setter Spike Reach:337cm/11'0 Power:4 Jump:4 Stamina:5 Game Sense:5 Technique:5 Speed:4 Total:27
Name:Shoyo Hinata Number:10 Height:164.2cm/5'4 Position:Middle Blocker Spike Reach:333cm/10'11 Power:1 Jump:5 Stamina:5 Game Sense:1 Technique1: Speed:5 Total:18
Name:Kei Tsukishima Number:11 Height:188.3cm/6'2 Position:Middle Blocker Spike Reach:334cm/10'11 Power2: Jump:3 Stamina:3 Game Sense:5 Technique:3 Speed:3 Total:19
Name:Tadashi Yamaguchi Number:12 Height:179.5cm/5'10 Position:Middle BlockePinch Server Spike Reach:315cm/10'4 Power:2 Jump:3 Stamina:2 Game Sense:3 Technique:2 Speed:3 Total:15
Average Height:176.3cm/5'9. Average Spike Reach:317cm/10'4 Avg.Power:2.9, Avg.Jump:3, Avg.Stamina:3.3, Avg.Game Sense:3.2, Avg.Technique:3.2, Avg.Speed:3.1, Avg.Total:18.5
[Mujinazaka High] (Top 3 Aces) Name:Wakatsu Kiryu Number:1 Height:188.3cm/6'2 Position:Wing SpikeCaptain/Ace Spike Reach:?? Power:5 Jump:4 Stamina:4 Game Sense:3 Technique:4 Speed:3 Total:23
Name:Nozomu Mami Number:2 Height:190.4cm/6'3 Position:Middle Blocker Spike Reach:?? Power:4 Jump:3 Stamina:4 Game Sense:2 Technique:3 Speed:4 Total:20
Name:Keisuke Unnan Number:4 Height:190.3cm/6'2 Position:Middle Blocker Spike Reach:?? Power:2 Jump:3 Stamina:4 Game Sense:4 Technique:3 Speed:4 Total:20
Name:Naoharu Ezota Number:7 Height:182.2cm/5'11 Position:Wing Spiker Spike Reach:?? Power:3 Jump:4 Stamina:4 Game Sense:3 Technique:3 Speed:3 Total:20
Name:Michiru Usuri Number:9 Height:182.2cm/5'11 Position:Setter Spike Reach:?? Power:2 Jump:3 Stamina:3 Game Sense:4 Technique:4 Speed:4 Total:20
Name:Subaru Hondo Number:10 Height:179.2cm/5'10 Position:Wing Spiker Spike Reach:?? Power:3 Jump:4 Stamina:3 Game Sense:4 Technique:4 Speed:3 Total:21
Name:Haruma Bishin Number:13 Height:174.6cm/5'8 Position:Libero Spike Reach:?? Power:3 Jump:4 Stamina:4 Game Sense: 3 Technique:3 Speed:4 Total:21
Average Height:183.8cm/6'3. Average Spike Reach:?? Avg.Power:3.1, Avg.Jump:3.5, Avg.Stamina:3.7, Avg.Game Sense:3.2, Avg.Technique:3.4, Avg.Speed:3.5, Avg.Total:20.7
[Nekoma High] Name:Tetsuro Kuroo Number:1 Height:187.7cm/6'1 Position:Middle BlockeCaptain Spike Reach:330cm/10'9 Power:3 Jump:2 Stamina:3 Game Sense:4 Technique:4 Speed:4 Total:20
Name:Nobuyuki Kai Number:2 Height:176.5cm/5'9 Position:Wing SpikeVice Captain Spike Reach:309cm/10'1 Power:3 Jump:2 Stamina:3 Game Sense:4 Technique:4 Speed:3 Total:19
Name:Morisuke Yaku Number:3 Height:165.2cm/5'5 Position:Libero Spike Reach:301cm/9'10 Power:1 Jump:3 Stamina:4 Game Sense:4 Technique:4 Speed:4 Total:20
Name:Taketora Yamamoto Number:4 Height:176.7cm/5'9 Position:Wing SpikeAce Spike Reach:322cm/10'6 Power:5 Jump:3 Stamina:4 Game Sense:1 Technique:3 Speed:2 Total:18
Name:Kenma Kozume Number:5 Height:169.2cm/5'6 Position:Setter Spike Reach:295cm/9'8 Power:1 Jump:2 Stamina:2 Game Sense:5 Technique:5 Speed:3 Total:18
Name:Shohei Fukunaga Number:6 Height:178.3cm/5'10 Position:Wing Spiker Spike Reach:315cm/10'4 Power:3 Jump:3 Stamina:3 Game Sense:4 Technique:4 Speed:3 Total:20
Name:So Inuoka Number:7 Height:185.3cm/6'1 Position:Wing Spiker Spike Reach:333cm/10'11 Power:4 Jump:3 Stamina:5 Game Sense:1 Technique:1 Speed:5 Total:19
Name:Tamahiko Teshiro Number:9 Height:172cm/5'7 Position:SettePinch Server Spike Reach:?? Power:2 Jump:3 Stamina:3 Game Sense:4 Technique:4 Speed:4 Total:20
Name:Lev Haiba Number:11 Height:194.3cm/6'4 Position:Middle Blocker Spike Reach:345cm/11'3 Power:3 Jump:3 Stamina:4 Game Sense:2 Technique:1 Speed:4 Total:17
Name:Yuki Shibayama Number:12 Height:162.5cm/5'4 Position:Libero Spike Reach:280cm/9'2 Power:1 Jump:3 Stamina:2 Game Sense:3 Technique:2 Speed:4 Total:15
Average Height:176.7cm/5'9. Average Spike Reach:314cm/10'3 Avg.Power:2.6, Avg.Jump:2.7, Avg.Stamina:3.3, Avg.Game Sense:3.2, Avg.Technique:3.2, Avg.Speed:3.6, Avg.Total:18.6
[Nohebi Academy] Name:Suguru Daisho Number:1 Height:178,6cm/5'10 Position:Wing SpikeCaptain Spike Reach:?? Power:2 Jump:4 Stamina:3 Game Sense:4 Technique:4 Speed:3 Total:20
Name:Yoshiya Takachiho Number:2 Height:175.2cm/5'9 Position:Wing Spiker Spike Reach:?? Power:4 Jump:3 Stamina:3 Game Sense:4 Technique:3 Speed:2 Total:19
Name:Kazuma Numai Number:4 Height:178.8cm/5'10 Position:Wing SpikeAce Spike Reach:?? Power:5 Jump:4 Stamina:4 Game Sense:2 Technique:2 Speed:3 Total:20
Name:Koji Hiroo Number:5 Height:185.5cm/6'1 Position:Middle Blocker Spike Reach:?? Power:2 Jump:2 Stamina:3 Game Sense:4 Technique:3 Speed:3 Total:17
Name:Isumi Sakishima Number:7 Height:174.3cm/5'8 Position:Setter Spike Reach:?? Power:3 Jump:3 Stamina:4 Game Sense: 3 Technique:4 Speed:3 Total:20
Name:So Akama Number:8 Height:172.3cm/5'7 Position:Libero Spike Reach:?? Power:4 Jump:3 Stamina:4 Game Sense:2 Technique:2 Speed: 4 Total:19
Name:Akihiko Seguro Number:10 Height:186.7cm/6'1 Position:Middle Blocker Spike Reach:?? Power:4 Jump:3 Stamina:3 Game Sense:2 Technique:2 Speed:3 Total:17
Name:Naoyasu Kuguri Number:12 Height:180.6cm/5'11 Position:Wing Spiker Spike Reach:?? Power:3 Jump:4 Stamina:2 Game Sense:4 Technique:4 Speed:2 Total:19
Average Height:179cm/5'10. Average Spike Reach:?? Avg.Power:3.3, Avg.Jump:3.2, Avg.Stamina:3.2, Avg.Game Sense:3.1, Avg.Technique:3, Avg.Speed:2.8, Avg.Total:18.8
[Ohgiminami High] Name:Yoshiki Towada Number:1 Height:182.1cm/5'11 Position:Wing SpikeCaptain Spike Reach:320cm/10'5 Power:4 Jump:3 Stamina:3 Game Sense:2 Technique:2 Speed:3 Total:17
[Sarukawa Tech High] Name:Itaru Shiramine Number:1 Height:181.2cm/5'11 Position:SetteCaptain Spike Reach:?? Power:2 Jump:4 Stamina:4 Game Sense:4 Technique:4 Speed:3 Total:21
Name:Hisahiko Wakura Number:3 Height:186.4cm/6'1 Position:Middle Blocker Spike Reach:?? Power:2 Jump:3 Stamina:3 Game Sense:4 Technique:3 Speed:3 Total:18
Name:Iori Kanazawa Number:4 Height:180.5cm/5'11 Position:Wing Spiker Spike Reach:?? Power:4 Jump:4 Stamina:4 Game Sense:3 Technique:2 Speed:2 Total:19
Name:Tomonari Shiga Number:8 Height:187.2cm/6'1 Position:Middle Blocker Spike Reach:?? Power:4 Jump:2 Stamina:3 Game Sense:3 Technique:3 Speed:2 Total:17
Name:Tomokazu Wajima Number:9 Height:171.2cm/5'7 Position:Libero Spike Reach:?? Power:2 Jump:4 Stamina:4 Game Sense:3 Technique:3 Speed:4 Total:20
Name:Kenro Fukatani Number:10 Height:178.2cm/5'10 Position:Wing Spiker Spike Reach:?? Power:4 Jump:4 Stamina:4 Game Sense:2 Technique:2 Speed:4 Total:20
Name:Soji Yamashiro Number:12 Height:177.4cm/5'9 Position:Wing Spiker Spike Reach:?? Power:3 Jump:3 Stamina:3 Game Sense:3 Technique:4 Speed:2 Total:18
Average Height:180.3cm/5'10. Average Spike Reach:?? Avg.Power:3, Avg.Jump:3.4, Avg.Stamina:3.5, Avg.Game Sense:3.1, Avg.Technique:3, Avg.Speed:2.8, Avg.Total:19
[Shinzen High] Name:Eikichi Chigaya Number:7 Height:193.2cm/6'4 Position:Middle Blocker Spike Reach:?? Power:3 Jump:2 Stamina:4 Game Sense:3 Technique:4 Speed:3 Total:19
[Shiratorizawa Academy] (Top 3 Aces) Name:Wakatoshi Ushijima Number:1 Height:189.5cm/6'2 Position:Wing SpikeCaptain/Ace Spike Reach:345cm/11'3 Power:5 Jump:4 Stamina:5 Game Sense:3 Technique:3 Speed:3 Total:23
Name:Eita Semi Number:3 Height:179.5cm/5'10 Position:SettePinch Server Spike Reach:325cm/10'7 Power:4 Jump:4 Stamina:4 Game Sense:3 Technique:3 Speed:4 Total:22
Name:Reon Ohira Number:4 Height:182.7cm/5'11 Position:Wing Spiker Spike Reach:332cm/10'10 Power:5 Jump:3 Stamina:3 Game Sense:4 Technique:4 Speed:2 Total:21
Name:Satori Tendo Number:5 Height:187.7cm/6'1 Position:Middle Blocker Spike Reach:327cm/10'8 Power:2 Jump:3 Stamina:2 Game Sense:4 Technique:4 Speed:3 Total:18
Name:Tsutomu Goshiki Number:8 Height:181.5cm/5'11 Position:Wing Spiker Spike Reach:328cm/10'9 Power:3 Jump:4 Stamina:4 Game Sense:3 Technique:4 Speed:3 Total:21
Name:Kenjiro Shirabu Number:10 Height:174.8cm/5'8 Position:Setter Spike Reach:305cm/10'5 Power:2 Jump:3 Stamina:4 Game Sense:4 Technique:4 Speed:3 Total:20
Name:Taichi Kawanishi Number:12 Height:188.3cm/6'2 Position:Middle Blocker Spike Reach:330cm/10'9 Power:3 Jump:2 Stamina:4 Game Sense:4 Technique:3 Speed:3 Total:19
Name:Hayato Yamagata Number:14 Height:174.3cm/5'8 Position:Libero Spike Reach:305cm/10'5 Power:3 Jump:4 Stamina:5 Game Sense:3 Technique:3 Speed:4 Total:22
Average Height:182.2cm/5'11. Average Spike Reach:324cm/10'7 Avg.Power:3.3, Avg.Jump:3.3, Avg.Stamina:3.8, Avg.Game Sense:3.5, Avg.Technique:3.5, Avg.Speed:3.1, Avg.Total:20.7
[Tsubakihara Academy] Name:Kazuki Maruyama Number:1 Height:177.8cm/5'10 Position:Wing Spiker Spike Reach:?? Power:3 Jump:4 Stamina:3 Game Sense:4 Technique:4 Speed:3 Total:21
Name:Sakae Echigo Number:2 Height:183.2cm/6'0 Position:SetteCaptain Spike Reach:?? Power:3 Jump:4 Stamina:4 Game Sense:4 Technique:3 Speed:2 Total:20
Name:Motoki Teradomari Number:4 Height:190.5cm/6'3 Position:Wing SpikeAce Spike Reach:?? Power:5 Jump:3 Stamina:4 Game Sense:3 Technique:2 Speed:2 Total:19
Name:Togo Iwamuro Number:8 Height:185.7cm/6'1 Position:Middle Blocker Spike Reach:?? Power:3 Jump:4 Stamina:3 Game Sense:3 Technique:3 Speed:2 Total:18
Name:Yoshito Atema Number:9 Height:187.3cm/6'1 Position:Middle Blocker Spike Reach:?? Power:2 Jump:3 Stamina:2 Game Sense:3 Technique:2 Speed:4 Total:16
Name:Yushi Maiko Number:10 Height:174.9cm/5'8 Position:Wing Spiker Spike Reach:?? Power:4 Jump:3 Stamina:4 Game Sense:4 Technique:3 Speed:3 Total:21
Name:Akifumi Kaikake Number:12 Height:173.5cm/5'8 Position:Libero Spike Reach:?? Power:3 Jump:4 Stamina:4 Game Sense:3 Technique:2 Speed:3 Total:19
Name:Aoi Himekawa Number:14 Height:173.2cm/5'8 Position:Wing SpikePinch Server Spike Reach:?? Power:2 Jump:2 Stamina:2 Game Sense:4 Technique:4 Speed:3 Total:17
Average Height:180.7cm/5'10. Average Spike Reach:?? Avg.Power:3.1, Avg.Jump:3.3, Avg.Stamina:3.2, Avg.Game Sense:3.5, Avg.Technique:2.8, Avg.Speed:2.7, Avg.Total:18.8
[Wakutani South High] Name:Takeru Nakashima Number:1 Height:173.4cm/5'8 Position:Wing SpikeCaptain Spike Reach:324cm/10'7 Power:4 Jump:4 Stamina:5 Game Sense:3 Technique:4 Speed:4 Total:24
Name:Shunki Kawatabi Number:2 Height:174.2cm/5'8 Position:Wing Spiker Spike Reach:322cm/10'6 Power:2 Jump:4 Stamina:3 Game Sense:3 Technique:3 Speed:4 Total:19
Name:Yuki Shiroishi Number:4 Height:177.2cm/5'9 Position:Wing Spiker Spike Reach:310cm/10'2 Power:4 Jump:4 Stamina:4 Game Sense:3 Technique:3 Speed:3 Total:21
Name:Kazumasa Hanayama Number:5 Height:176.6cm/5'9 Position:Setter Spike Reach:315cm/10'4 Power:4 Jump:2 Stamina:3 Game Sense:3 Technique:3 Speed:3 Total:18
Name:Teppei Naruko Number:8 Height:184.7cm/6'0 Position:Middle Blocker Spike Reach:328cm/10'9 Power:3 Jump:3 Stamina:3 Game Sense:4 Technique:3 Speed:3 Total:19
Name:Kazuteru Akiu Number:10 Height:172.5cm/5'7 Position:Libero Spike Reach:298cm/9'9 Power:2 Jump:4 Stamina:4 Game Sense:3 Technique:3 Speed:4 Total:20
Name:Tsuyoshi Matsushima Number:11 Height:186.2cm/6'1 Position:Middle Blocker Spike Reach:325cm/10'7 Power:2 Jump:3 Stamina:2 Game Sense:2 Technique:2 Speed:4 Total:15
Average Height:177.8cm/5'9. Average Spike Reach:317cm/10'4 Avg.Power:3, Avg.Jump:3.4, Avg.Stamina:3.4, Avg.Game Sense:3, Avg.Technique:3, Avg.Speed:3.5, Avg.Total:19.4
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2020.02.02 22:06 forgotthepass [Itinerary Check]Osaka → Kyoto → Tokyo (2 weeks)

TL;DR : Planning a trip to japan with a couple of friends. 16/04/2019 - 27/04/2019 -Osaka → Kyoto → Tokyo. Must see / avoid locations or activities?
Sorry for the length. I know the list is long and a bit optimistic but we tried to put in everything we might want to do. We'll probably not be able to see everything in here but that's fine.
16/4/2020 Arrival at Osaka Kansai at 12:40
17/4/2020 Visit : Osaka Castle
18/4/2020 Trip from Osaka to Hiroshima 1h 25m by train (Shinkansen)
19/4/2020 Walk around Osaka (shopping)
20/4/2020 Go to Nara Park 50m by train
21/4/2020 Explore Kyoto
22/4/2020 Check Out
23/4/2020 Visit Hitatchi Seaside
24/4/2020 Day visit to Odawara - Hakone
25/4/2020 Day visit to Enoshima & Kamakura ( 1520¥)
26/4/2020 Day visit to ChiChibu(Saitama) ( 1900¥)
27/4/2020 Check Out
Questions
  1. Do you think there are things we could add to or remove from the list? Maybe some things are impractical for this time of the year or any events that only happen during those dates?
  2. Do the prices and train times look correct? They all come from online sources but they might be outdated.
  3. Is there any place we can just store our luggage so we don't carry it with us while traveling (that's mostly for the last day. We'll have a few hours after we checkout and before our flight leaves)
  4. Anything to keep in mind about transportation? We're still not sure about whether or not to get JR Pass and the ticket/pass system for the metro seems a bit convoluted (unless I'm misinterpreting things). Any suggestions/ways to save some money on transportation?
THANK YOU EVERYONE WHO READS THIS! Any sort of feedback is greatly appreciated :)
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2020.01.11 12:52 jemappelledestruxion Describing some of their songs on my 1st Fukei Anniversary

I listened to my first Sakura Gakuin song ("Friends") on January 2019 and got hooked in right there and then; so I wanted to write something to kind of celebrate my 1st Fukei Anniversary. At first I thought about writing something really big, like some sort of showcase of my thoughts and feelings for this band, but then I realized that most of us share those same feelings and thoughts, so it was like "why writing something they already know?", so I decided to write something else...
Here my descriptions of some of their songs (this is not meant to be a "review", it's just stuff I wanted to say)

"Fly Away": The first 30 seconds of this song are faster & heavier than most of the so called "rock" and "heavy metal" bands out there.

"Medaka no Kyōdai" & "Suimin Busoku": The best part of these songs is their originallity, it's like they do it just for fun, and don't care about what people may say/think, stuff like: "-hey lets put a sneeze at the end of the song. -yeah why not?!".

"Yume ni Mukatte": Many Dragon Ball fans call the ultra instinct by it's Japanese name, which I can never remember, so as a joke I call it "Yume ni Mukatte".

"Verishuvi": The happiest mosh on earth (to date).

"Friends": The first Sakura Gakuin song I ever heard, and the one that got me in. It's so beautiful it still makes me cry.

"Hashire Shōjiki-mono": I don't speak Japanese and being an X Japan fan I always mistake this song's name for "Hashire Yoshiki-mono".

"Pictogram": Welcome to the mixer's show! Dude, it's like he said "I'm gonna show those fu****rs what I'm made of!". He really did a great job with this one.

"Sakura Hyakunin Isshu": 8 minutes rapping to the same tune? Not again, PLEASE!.

"Song for Smiling": It sounds too much like The Beatles, but it's still cool. I'm almost sure I heard this song on a McDonals TV spot.

"Ima Element": The best song by a sub-unit to date (excluding the Babymetal songs). It's melody sounds very sad (IMO), but it has something that drains the sadness out of it, maybe it's speed. Rinon's voice is totally heart-shaking on this one.

"My Graduation Toss": Sakura Gakuin's best song to date.

"Mezase! Super Lady": A song from Barney & Friends played at thrash metal speed = AMAZING.

"Acha! Cha! Curry!": So many different melodies, and tempo changes, one of their masterpieces.

"Ningen tte Inna": A part of this song, maybe the chorus, sounds sad to me. The song is so good that somehow it takes you away from the fact that it lacks a bridge.

"IJI": It makes me think about Digimon Adventure 02 opening song, so I guess they play with my nostalgia on this one.

"Animal Rhythm": It sounds kind of too much like Madonna, but after some time I got able to ignore that and enjoy it.

"Heart no Hoshi" & "Carry On": At first I HATED these songs because they sound too much like Madonna (specially on the choruses), but they are redeemed by everything else, specially the instrumentation, production and GREAT mixing (specially on "Heart no Hoshi"). Question: I saw that the title of "Heart no Hoshi" is translated as "Love Earth", but "Hoshi" means "Star", so the actual translation would be "Heart's Star", am I right?

"Hirari Kira Kira Yami Yami Museum": Do I actually have to write it's title like that?!

"Mathematica": Such a cool song for such a nasty subject.

"Melodic Solfége": Sakura Gakuin's "...And Justice for All".
In case you don't know: On 1988 Metallica released a song called "...And Justice for All", it runs for more than 9 minutes, and it's so intricate that playing this song live became a headache for them, so one day (around 1992) after one of their shows one of the band members said "we won't play that sh*t anymore!", with "...And Justice for All" being removed from their set lists until year 2009 when they started playing it again.
Question: After featuring so many pieces from different classical compositions, can it still be considered an original song?.

"Dabada ♪ Salad de C'est bon ☆ Avenue": Really? I mean... Really? I can't even pronounce the name of this song!

Thanks for reading until the end. Write your own descriptions of some their songs on the comments!
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2020.01.03 12:54 JawaOwl Itinerary Check: 16th February - 12th March 2020, relaxed travelling.

Hi all, My husband and I are close to going on our nearly month long holiday to Japan!I need a hand in checking my itinerary and some advice along the way.What we enjoy: Gaming, arcades, anime, stationery, cooking, MTG/card games, etc. We have decided to stay in only Tokyo and Kyoto and take day trips from there.
At the moment we will be getting a two week Japan rail pass, starting from the 24th until the 8th.(edited date)
Have some open days as well, we enjoy exploring new areas of places and so for any suggestions would like an area rather than like 'Teamlab borderless' etc, so for example a neighbourhood like Yanaka in Tokyo. We would also make trips to go see something cool like the Kawasaki Warehouse (which I know is closed, but using as an example.)
Food wise, we want to try a lot of street food, bentos, random small places. Neither of us are big on restaurants and dont generally go to them as we do a lot of home cooking.
Thank for any help!
Anyway, here we go:
16th - Sun Tokyo
Arrive 7:30am – Hotel and drop off bags.
-Explore around Hotel (Asakusa)
-Take a walk to Akihabara (20min walk)
- Head back to the hotel for check in and shower etc
- Maybe head back to Akihabara for night time

17th - Mon Tokyo
Walk to Sensoji Temple.
- Stop at Asakusa shrine and Hikan Inari Shrine (May need to look at Asakusa DonQuijote, Marugoto Nippon, etc before Nakamise opens)
- Head through Nakamise street
-Kappabashi-Dori
- Spend afternoon and evening in Ikebukuro**:** Club Sega, Round one, Animate, Loft, Seria, Book Off etc etc
18th - Tue Tokyo
Shinjuku- Government building (South Tower), shopping, etc
Nakano Broadway

19th - wed Tokyo
Tsukiji Market
Hamarikyu Gardens
Imperial Palace
Afternoon- Akihabara – Gaming arcades, MTG shops etc

20th - Thur Tokyo
Day trip – Kawagoe
-Kawagoe shopping street (Kurazukuri Street)-Far end of the Koedo Kurari courtyard – Sake vending Machines!-Kashiya Yokocho (Candy alley) & Taisho Roman Yume Street
-Kawagoe Kumano Shrine, Hikawa Shrine, Kitain Temple
-Kurazukuri no Machinami(Warehouse District) - street food etc
Studio Ghibli’s Donguri no Mori gift shop.
Edo Starbucks

21st - Fri Tokyo
Explore Shibuya!
-Shibuya Parco (Nintendo store, capcom etc), Center Gai, Tokyu Hands, Loft, Taito station and Sega, Mega Don Quijote, etc.-Harajuku
-Walk to Meiji Jingu

22nd- Sat Tokyo
Tokyo station area + Explore Any ideas??

23rd - Sun Tokyo
Any Ideas??

24th - Mon Tokyo
Day Trip – Nikko

25th - Tue Kyoto
Arrive – Hotel and drop off bags.
- Explore around Hotel: Nishiki Market (10 min away), Nishiki Market shopping district.
- Walk/cycle to Nijo Castle (1200yen): (on the way) Rokkakudo Temple, Kyoto Manga Muesum*, Mikane-Jinja Shrine, Shinsen-en Gardens etc.
- Evening: Grab food and drinks from Nishiki Market or Daimaru Kyoto
and head back to our hotel and our private outdoor bath.

26th - Wed Kyoto
Southern Higashiyama:
Slow walk through Gion towards Maruyama Park – Explore through the shrines (Yasaka, Gyokko, Bigozensha etc)
- Walk through the park to Chion-in Temple (600yen) and Shoren-in Temple (1000yen). (Explore a bit north of Park eg: Awata Jinja shrine, Sonsho-in Temple.)
- Walk down to Kiyomizu-dera Temple (600 yen) and then explore old streets behind the temple, Nene-no-Michi. + waterfallMaybe visit Kodai-ji Temple (1200yen)
- Evening: Dinner and drinks in Gion then back to the hotel.

27th - Thur Kyoto
Arashiyama district : Get to Arashiyama!-Explore Tenryu-ji Temple (1600yen) - then exit through northern exit and uphill to Arashiyama Bamboo Grove.
-Okochi-Sanso Villa (2000yen)– once done, exit and head north past temples and visit Gio-ji Temple (600yen)
-visit Adashino-Nembutsu-ji Temple? (1000yen)

28th - Fri Kyoto
Day trip - Osaka

29th - Sat Kyoto
Northern Higashiyama: Tozai Subway Line to Keage Station - Nanzen-ji Temple (1000yen) (subtemples up behind the Hojo Hall)Eikan-do Zenrin-ji Temple (1200yen)
Path of Philosophy – Temples off the path at north end of path ( Honen-in Temple)Carry on along Path of Philosphy - Ginkaku-ji Temple (1000yen) (take the footpath at the base of the mountains to the viewpoint over the garden)
Explore around then head back

1st - Sun Kyoto
Fushima Inari – Cycle early to it, take a long stroll to the top and back down.
- Tofukuji Temple (800yen)
- Train down to Fushimi Sake District (Gekkeikan Okura Sake Museum, Fushimi Yumehyakushu*(Sake Manju)*, Aburacho)
- Train back up – Sanjusangendo Temple (1200yen) (if open)
- Head back to HotelMaybe go out in evening?

2nd - Mon Kyoto
Morning Hike: Kurama to Kibune
Relax in afternoon
3rd - Tue Kyoto
Day Trip – Nara
(Maguro Koya in Nara for lunch)

4th - Wed Kyoto
Day trip - Himeji

5th - Thur Kyoto
Any Ideas??

6th - Fri Tokyo
Arrive at Ryokan in Ueno – drop off bags
- Probably head to Ikebukuro/Akihabara for gaming

7th - Sat Tokyo
Explore Ueno – Ueno station, Ameyoko market, taito station
- Ueno park - Shinobazu pond, Toshogu Shrine, Gojo Tenjinsha, and Kiyomizu Kannon-do.
Walk to Yanaka:
Nezu Shrine (on the way)
Yanaka Ginza—The shopping street (cat-shaped taiyaki, 10-yen manju shop, Yanaka Coffee*)*
Yanaka Cemetery
Explore the many temples etc (Tennoji Temple, etc) and backstreets of Yanaka

8th - Sun Tokyo
Day trip - Niigata

9th - Mon TokyoAny Ideas??

10th - Tue Tokyo
Any Ideas??

11th - Wed Tokyo
Relax and go to favourite places again, final shopping etc
12th - Thur Tokyo
Early Breakfast and head to Airport!
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2019.12.10 07:01 joshsteich Help my wife find fiction SET IN 2020

Hi guys,
My wife is putting together a sci-fi reading project for 2020: Reading as many books/stories set in 2020 as possible. I've been helping her put together the list (she's a librarian, but there's a lot to run down) and after stumbling onto a rec for Frank Herbert's Under Pressure here, I thought that this would be a good place to ask.
What we've already got (forgive the formatting):
2020kenneth steven
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Scotland 2020 - Hopeful stories for a northern nationEddie Gibb, Gerry Hassan, Lydia Howland
20/20 visionpamela west
2020 a.d.tom wolfe
2020 visionjerry pournell
2020 visionsJamie Delano
2020: A Land of ConfusionAdam Brooks
2020: Hindsight: The Book of the BugJock Howson
a case of sunburncharles l fontenay
a mind forever voyaging
a time to teach, a time to learnnoel loomis
a visit from the goon squadjennifer egan
adam and eve 2020 adpaul blackden
addrictavram davidson, grania davis
airgeoff wyman
all you need is killHiroshi
AnnaNiccolo Ammaniti
another scarlet letterf. alexander brejcha
brain foodron goulart
California 2020Zachary Roberts
city of ruinsmark london williams
crygenderthomas t thomas
DeadCades: The Infernal Decimationanthology w. one story from 2020
Death race 2020Pat Mills
Drums of the Winged Carrier, 2020Aryana
eclipse volume 1: a song called youthjohn shirley
etiquette for an apocalpyseanne mendel
forever is too longchester s geier
frankenstein unboundbrian aldiss
garbageron goulart
garbageron goulart
going downbarry malzberg
Goodman 2020fred pfeil
h20: a novelmark swartz
it pays to advertisekris neville
jetta of the lowlandsray cummings
lair of the grimalking.h irwin
lightpathshoward v hendrix
major gentl and the achimota warskojo laing
marriage and family in the year 2020lester kirkendall, ed
nakajima cyberspacefelix gotschalk
nemoron goulart
orbital decayalan steele
*Pacific Rim: Tales From Year Zero,*travis beacham
[Planeta Bur (Planet of Storms)](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Planeta_Bur)[Aleksandr Kazantsev](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aleksandr_Kazantsev)
PontiSharlene Teo
precious banegerald murnane
pseudo tokyojennifer linnaea
recovering apollo 8kristin kathryn rusch
red, white, and royal bluecasey mcquiston
ring around the sunisaac asimov
sabreDan Mcgregor,
sailor songken kesey
softwarerudy rucker
steelrichard matheson
steele wyomingron goulart
stockyard bluesron goulart
sub zerorobert walker
taking of satcom stationbarney cohen and james baen
Tales from the furnace room : and other stories of Canada's Cree people at work in the year 2020 A.D.graham hurlbut
Technolife 2020: A Day in the World of TomorrowLois H Gresh
The 2020 Commission Report on the North Korean nuclear attacks against the United States : a speculative novelJeffery G. Lewis
The Bleeding SunWim Nuyten
the blessing papers #1william barnwell
the consequences of buying maria for dadron goulart
the cool warfrederik pohl
the curseanthony lewis
the facts of lifebryan stableford
the impossible smilejael cracken
The master beast : being a true account of the ruthless tyranny inflicted on the British people by socialism A. D. 1888-2020horace newt
The PeripheralWilliam Gibson
the puppet masterjohn dalmas
the sunrise landss.m. stirling
The Super-Olympics, Banjul 2020 ADPaul Lester
The war in 2020ralph Peters
titanic 2020 and titanic 2020: cannibal city (sequel)colin bateman
to howard hughes: a modest proposaljoe haldeman
Tokyo Crazy ParadiseYoshiki Nakamura
Tom Clancy's EndWarDavid Michaels
tonguing the zeitgeistLance olsen
toward the end of timejohn updike
trauma 2020 (novel series): urban prey and the cruxifion squadpeter beere
Under Pressure (aka The Dragon in the Sea)Frank Herbert
visions 2020: 50 canadians in search of a futurestephen clarkson, ed
When She WokeHillary Jordan
where the bodies are buried 2020kim newman
wings of the morningadrienne anderson
world without womenthornton ayre
Year 2020Gil
Slightly more specific rules: It has to literally be set in 2020, not a "someday soon" or implied setting in 2020, or being set in "the 2020s." That's part of what I'm running down, double checking dates and such.
Thanks much!
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2019.10.22 22:35 MadPolly Full cards for the big early november NOAH, DDT, BJW and Dragon Gate shows.

NOAH THE BEST 2019 ~BATTLE OF AESTHETICS~

Venue: Ryogoku Kokugikan

Date: 02/11/2019

How to watch: Tape delay on G+

Match Type Notes
Return of the Dark Agents (Akitoshi Saito & Masao Inoue) vs. Tamon Honda & Mitsuo Momota Tag Team
50 Funky Powers(Quiet Storm & Mohammed Yone) & Hitoshi Kumano vs KAZMA Sakamoto, Hijo de Doctor Wagner Jr & Kinya Okada Six Man Tag
Kazushi Sakuraba, NOSAWA Rongai & Hajime Ohara vs Osamu Nishimura, Junta Miyawaki & Hi69 Six Man Tag
Eddie Edwards (Impact), Atsushi Kotoge & Chris Ridgeway vs. Minoru Tanaka , Super Crazy & Masaaki Mochizuki (DG) Six Man Tag
Shuhei Taniguchi vs. Kazuyuki Fujita Singles
Stinger (Yoshinari Ogawa & Kotaro Suzuki) (c) vs. Ratel's (Daisuke Harada & Tadasuke) Tag Team GHC Jr. Heavyweight Tag Team Championship
HAYATA (c) vs. YO-HEY Singles GHC Jr. Heavyweight Championship
AXIZ (Katsuhiko Nakajima & Go Shiozaki) (c) vs. Kongoh (Masa Kitamiya & Yoshiki Inamura) Tag Team GHC Tag Team Championship
Naomichi Marufuji vs. Great Muta (Wrestle-1) Singles
Takashi Sugiura vs. Michael Elgin (Impact) Singles GHC National Championship
Kaito Kiyomiya (c) vs. Kenoh Singles GHC Heavyweight Championship

DDT Ultimate Party 2019 ~ DDT Group Big Set ~

Venue: Ryogoku Kokugikan

Date: 03/11/2019

How to watch: Live on DDT Universe

Match Type Notes
Daichi Kazato, Masato Kamino & Shuhei Washida vs. Keigo Nakamura, Mizuki Watase & Tomomitsu Matsunaga Six Man Tag Under Match
Hikari Noa, Yumi, Mahiro Kiryu & Suzume vs Raku, Pom Harajuku, Haruna Neko & Mirai Maiumi Eight Man Tag Under Match
Toru Owashi vs Kazuki Hirata vs Gorgeous Matsuno vs Shota vs HARUKAZE vs SAGAT vs Yuki Kamikufu vs Mina Shirakawa vs Pokotan vs Yoshihiko Delayed Entry Battle Royal Under Match
BAKURETSU Sisters (Nodoka Tenma & Yuki Aino) vs. Chris Brookes & Maki Ito vs. Nautilus (Naomi Yoshimura & Yuki Ueno) vs. Ryota Nakatsu & Yukio Sakaguchi vs. Kouki Iwasaki & Shuichiro Katsumura vs Cody Hall & Yukio Naya Gauntlet Tag Match
Takumi Tsukamoto, Yasu Urano & Takato Nakano (c) vs DAMNATION (Tetsuya Endo, Mad Paulie & Nobuhiro Shimatani) vs Ken Ohka, Yumehito Imanari & Miss Mongol 3 Way Tag UWA World 6-Man Tag Team Championship
ASUKA, Danshoku Dino, Mizuki, Trans Am Hiroshi & Yuki Ino vs. Hiroshi Yamato, Jiro Kuroshio, Makoto Oishi, Super Sasadango Machine & Yuna Manase Ten Man Tag KO-D Ten Man Tag Team Championship
NEO Biishiki-gun (Misao & Sakisama) (c) vs. Miu Watanabe & Rika Tatsumi Tag Team Princess Tag Team Championship
DAMNATION (Daisuke Sasaki & Soma Takao) (c) vs. ALL OUT (Akito & Shunma Katsumata) vs. FUMA & Yusuke Kubo vs. Sento Minzoku (Daiki Shimomura & Minoru Fujita) Four Way Hardcore Tag KO-D Tag Team Championship
Antonio Honda & Miyu Yamashita vs. Kenny Omega (AEW) & Riho Tag Team
Isami Kodaka vs. Sanshiro Takagi Singles
Keisuke Ishii (c) vs. Fuminori Abe Singles Independent World Junior Heavyweight Championship
Ryuichi Sekine (c) vs. Masahiro Takanashi Singles Union Pro MAX Championship
Shoko Nakajima (c) vs. Yuka Sakazaki Singles Princess Of Princess Championship
HARASHIMA (c) vs. Konosuke Takeshita (c) Singles DDT Extreme Championship/KO-D Openweight Championship

BJW Ryogokutan 2019

Venue: Ryogoku Kokugikan

Date: 04/11/2019

How to watch: Live on Samurai TV/Tape Delay on BJW Core

Match Type Notes
Ryota Hama, Yasufumi Nakanoue & Kazuki Hashimoto vs Takuho Kato, Akira Hyodo & Yuki Ishikawa Six Man Tag
Mu no Gokudo (The Great Kojika, The Great Sasuke, Brahmen Kei, Brahman Shu & Kankuro Hoshino) vs Kobayashi Gundam (Abdullah Kobayashi, Hideki Suzuki, Orca Uto, Drew Parker & Shinobu) Ten Man Tag
Ryuichi Kawakami and Kauzmi Kikuta vs Naoya Nomura & Jake Lee (Both AJPW) Tag Team
Hideyoshi Kamitani, Takuya Nomura & Fuminori Abe vs STRONG HEARTS (Shigehiro Irie, T-Hawk and El Lindaman) Six Man Tag
Rickey Shane Page & Masaya Takahashi vs Masahi Takeda & Takumi Tsukamoto Tack Strip Death Match
Yuya Aoki (c) vs TAJIRI vs Tatsuhiko Yoshino vs Kota Sekifuda 4 Way Survival Match BJW Junior Heavyweight Championship
Daisuke Sekimoto & WALTER (WWE) vs Yuji Okabayashi & Yuji Hino (Zero-1) Singles
Ryuji Ito & Takashi Sasaki (Freedoms) vs Jun Kasai (Freedoms) & Toshiyuki Sakuda Blood & Death History Death Match
Kohei Sato (Zero-1) (c) vs Daichi Hashimoto Singles BJW Strong World Heavyweight Championship
Isami Kodaka (c) vs Yuko Miyamoto 4 Board Giga Ladder Death Match BJW Death Match Heavyweight Championship

Dragon Gate The Gate of Destiny 2019

Venue: EDION Arena Osaka

Date: 04/11/2019

How to watch: Live on Dragon Gate Network

Match Type Notes
Tribe Vanguard (BxB Hulk, KAI & Yosuke Santa Maria) vs Mochizuki Dojo (Keisuke Okuda, Yuki Yoshioka & Kota Minoura) Six Man Tag
Oji Shiiba vs Mondai Ryu vs “Hollywood” Stalker Ichikawa vs Punch Tominaga vs Dragon Dia vs Kagetora vs Jimmy vs "Brother" Yasshi vs Shachihoko Boy vs Ho Ho Lun Battle Royal
Masaaki Mochizuki, YAMATO, Kzy & Shun Skywalker Tag Team Teams will be decided via lottery at bell time.
Toryumon (Ultimo Dragon, Genki Horiguchi, Super Shisa & K-Ness) vs R.E.D (Takashi Yoshida, H.Y.O, Diamante & KAZMA Sakamoto) Eight Man Tag
Susumu Yokosuka (c) vs Kaito Ishida Singles Open the Brave Gate Championship
Strong Machine Army (Strong Machine J, Strong Machine F & Strong Machine G) (c) vs MaxiMuM (Naruki Doi, Jason Lee & Dragon Kid) Six Man Tag Open the Triangle Gate Championship
R.E.D (Eita & Big R Shimizu) (c) vs Toryumon (Ryo Saito & Yasushi Kanda) Tag Team Open the Twin Gate Championship
Ben-K (c) vs Masato Yoshino Singles Open the Dream Gate Championship
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2019.08.08 14:38 taiboo FGO 4th Anniversary Famitsu Interview - Kanou Yoshiki

FGO 4th Anniversary Kanou Yoshiki Famitsu Interview

About taking over from Shiokawa as Director:

Regarding all the improvements made to FGO over this past year:

Regarding upcoming updates:

Regarding animation renewals:

Regarding welfares from events that have already been rerun:

Regarding the participation conditions for events:

Regarding NPC support in story and events:

Did they reduce the difficulty of LB4 because of comments that LB3 was too hard?

Regarding when they start thinking about the next April’s Fool event:

Finally, regarding his goals from now on:
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2019.06.19 09:19 NotAGeneric_Username Literally the entire Wikipedia article for Super Smash Bros Melee for the Nintendo GameCube

Super Smash Bros. Melee[a] is a crossover fighting video game developed by HAL Laboratory and published by Nintendo for the GameCube. It was first released in Japan on November 21, 2001, in North America on December 3, 2001, in Europe on May 24, 2002, and in Australia on May 31, 2002. The second installment in the Super Smash Bros. series, it features characters from Nintendo video game franchises such as Mario, The Legend of Zelda, Star Fox, and Pokémon. The stages and gameplay modes reference or take designs from these franchises as well.
Super Smash Bros. Melee Super Smash Bros Melee box art.png North American box art Developer(s) HAL Laboratory Publisher(s) Nintendo Director(s) Masahiro Sakurai Producer(s) Hiroaki Suga Shigeru Miyamoto Designer(s) Masahiro Sakurai Programmer(s) Yoshiki Suzuki Composer(s) Hirokazu Ando Shogo Sakai Tadashi Ikegami Series Super Smash Bros. Platform(s) GameCube Release JP: November 21, 2001 NA: December 3, 2001 EU: May 24, 2002 AU: May 31, 2002 Genre(s) Fighting Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer Melee includes all playable characters from the first game, and also adds characters from franchises such as Fire Emblem, of which no games had been released outside Japan at the time. Melee's gameplay system offers an unorthodox approach to the fighting game genre, with a counter that measures damage with increasing percentages, representing the knockback the character will experience, rather than a depleting health bar seen in most fighting games. It builds on the first game by adding new gameplay features and playable characters. Following the popularity of its multiplayer gameplay, Melee has been featured in many competitive gaming tournaments, and is one of the most popular competitive fighting games.
Super Smash Bros. Melee received critical acclaim, as well as several awards and acknowledgements from various publications; it is now considered one of the greatest video games ever made. It achieved strong sales upon its release, becoming the GameCube's best-selling title with over seven million copies sold by 2008. Super Smash Bros. Melee was followed by Super Smash Bros. Brawl for the Wii in 2008.
Gameplay Edit
See also: Gameplay of the Super Smash Bros. series Like its predecessor, Super Smash Bros. Melee differs from traditional fighting games as the objective is to force their opponents beyond the boundaries of the stage.[1] Most attacks inflict damage and can, if enough damage is dealt, knock back the enemy. Each character's health is measured by a meter that represents damage as a percentage.[2] The higher the percentage value, the farther the player gets knocked back, and the easier they are to knock off the stage, which will result in the character's death and the loss of a stock, or life.[3] Unlike other games of the same genre, in which moves are entered by button-input combinations, most moves in Super Smash Bros. Melee can be accessed via one-button presses and a joystick direction.[4]
During battles, items related to Nintendo games or merchandise fall onto the game field.[5] These items have purposes ranging from inflicting damage on the opponent to restoring health to the player.[5] Additionally, most stages have a theme relating to a Nintendo franchise or a specific Nintendo game and are interactive to the player.[6] Although the stages are rendered in three dimensions, players can only move on a two-dimensional plane. Not all stages are available immediately; some stages must be "unlocked" by achieving particular requirements.[6] Some stages feature moving elements and platforms and hazards that harm players, while others lack these elements.
Single-player Edit Single-player mode provides the player with a variety of side-scrolling fighting challenges. The applicable modes range from "Classic Mode", which involves the player battling multiple opponents and a boss character,[7] to the "Home Run Contest", a minigame involving the player trying to launch a sandbag as far as possible with a Home Run Bat.[8] Some of these modes are personalized for the character; for example, the "Target Test" sets out a specialized area for a character in which they aim to destroy ten targets in the least amount of time they can. These areas may include references to that particular character's past and legacy.[9] The "Board the Platforms" minigame from the prequel was not included in Melee. Melee introduced "Adventure Mode", which takes the player to several predefined universes of characters in the Nintendo franchise. "All-Star Mode" is an unlockable feature that requires the player to defeat every character in the game while having only three health supplements between battles.
Multiplayer Edit
Bowser, Ness from EarthBound, Kirby, and Yoshi fight in a "Sudden Death" match on the Corneria stage, based on Star Fox. In the multiplayer mode, up to four players or computer-controlled characters may fight in a free-for-all or on separate teams. The central processing unit (CPU) characters' artificial intelligence (AI) difficulty is ranked from one to nine in ascending order of difficulty. Individual players can also be handicapped; the higher the handicap, the stronger the player. Victory is determined in five ways, depending on the game type. The most common multiplayer modes are “Time mode”, where the player or team with the most KOs and least falls wins after a predetermined amount of time, and "Stock mode",[10] a battle in which the last player or team with lives remaining wins. This can be changed to less conventional modes like "Coin mode", which rewards the richest player as the victor. Players must collect coins created by hitting enemies and try not to lose them by falling off the stage; harder hits release higher quantities of coins.[11] Other options are available, updating from Super Smash Bros., such as determining the number and type of items that appear during the battle.[12]
Trophies Edit Trophies (known as "Figures" in the Japanese version) of various Nintendo characters and objects can be collected throughout the game. These trophies include figures of playable characters, accessories, and items associated with them as well as series and characters not otherwise playable in the game. The trophies range from the well-known to the obscure, and even characters or elements only released in Japan.[13] Super Smash Bros. had a similar system of plush dolls; however, it only included the 12 playable characters. One trophy is exclusive to the Japanese version of the game.[14]
Playable characters Edit
See also: Characters in the Super Smash Bros. series Super Smash Bros. Melee features 25 (26 if Zelda and Sheik are considered separate) characters,[15] 13 more than its predecessor. Fourteen are available initially, while the other 11 characters require completing specific tasks to become available. Every character featured in the game is derived from a popular Nintendo franchise.[16] All characters have a symbol that appears behind their damage meter which represents their series, such as a Triforce symbol behind Link's damage meter and a Poké Ball behind a Pokémon species. Some characters represent popular franchises, while others were less-known at the time of the release; Marth and Roy represent the Fire Emblem series, which was not released outside Japan at the time.[17] The characters' appearance in Super Smash Bros. Melee led to a rise in the popularity of the series.[18] References are made throughout the game to the relationship between characters of the same universe; in one of the events from "Event mode", Mario must defeat his enemy Bowser to rescue Princess Peach.[19] Furthermore, each character has recognizable moves from their original series, such as Samus's firearms from the Metroid series and Link's arsenal of weapons.[20]
Development and release Edit
HAL Laboratory developed Super Smash Bros. Melee, with Masahiro Sakurai as the head of production. The game was one of the first games released on the GameCube and highlighted the advancement in graphics from the Nintendo 64. The developers wanted to pay homage to the debut of the GameCube by making an opening FMV sequence that would attract people's attention to the graphics.[21] HAL worked with three separate graphic houses in Tokyo to make the opening sequence. On their official website, the developers posted screen shots and information highlighting and explaining the attention to physics and detail in the game, with references to changes from its predecessor.[22] The game was in development for 13 months, and Sakurai called his lifestyle during this period "destructive" with no holidays and short weekends.[23] Unlike the experimental first Super Smash Bros., he felt great pressure to deliver a quality sequel, claiming it was the "biggest project I had ever led up to that point". Despite the painful development cycle, Sakurai proudly called it "the sharpest game in the series... it just felt really good to play", even compared to its successor, Super Smash Bros. Brawl.[23]
On the game's official Japanese website, the developers explain reasons for making particular characters playable and explain why some characters were not available as playable characters upon release. Initially, the development team wanted to replace Ness with Lucas, the main character of Mother 3, but retained Ness in consideration of delays.[24] The game's creators later included Lucas in the game's sequel, Super Smash Bros. Brawl.[25][26] Video game developer Hideo Kojima originally requested the inclusion of Solid Snake to Sakurai, but the game was too far into development. As with Lucas, development time allowed for his inclusion in Brawl.[27] Marth and Roy were initially intended to be playable exclusively in the Japanese version of Super Smash Bros. Melee. However, they received favorable attention during the game's North American localization, leading to the decision for the developers to include them in the Western version.[28][29]
Sakurai stated that the development team had suggested characters from four other games to represent the Famicom/NES era until the developers decided that the Ice Climbers would be in the game.[30] The developers have noted characters that have very similar moves to each other on the website;[31] such characters have been referred to as "clones" in the media.[32] Nintendo also considered including GoldenEye 007's version of James Bond in the game, but this did not come to fruition. According to Sakurai, there were a number of problems preventing Bond's inclusion; these included his uses of realistic weapons and actor Pierce Brosnan's likeness, and the fact that Nintendo did not have the rights to the character.[33]
Nintendo presented the game at the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2001 as a playable demonstration.[34] The next major exposition of the game came in August 2001 at Spaceworld, when Nintendo displayed a playable demo that updated from the previous demo displayed at E3. Nintendo offered a playable tournament of the games for fans in which a GameCube and Super Smash Bros. Melee were prizes for the winner.[35] Before the game's release, the Japanese official website included weekly updates, including screenshots and character profiles.[36][37] Nintendo followed this trend with Super Smash Bros. Brawl, in which there were daily updates by the game's developer, Masahiro Sakurai.[38] Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu reported that Nintendo advertised the game in between showings of Pokémon 4Ever across movie theaters in Japan.[39] In January 2003, Super Smash Bros Melee became part of the Player's Choice, a marketing label used by Nintendo to promote video games that have sold more than a million copies.[40] In August 2005, Nintendo bundled the game with the GameCube for $99.99.[41]
Music Edit Smashing...Live! Soundtrack album by New Japan Philharmonic Released October 21, 2002 Recorded August 27, 2002 Genre Video game soundtrack Length 61:52 Label Enterbrain Super Smash Bros. Melee features both new and re-arranged music from many of Nintendo's popular gaming franchises. In 2002, Enterbrain released a soundtrack in Japan titled Dairantou Smash Brothers DX Orchestra Concert. The same soundtrack was released in 2003 as Smashing... Live! as a bonus for subscribing to Nintendo Power magazine in North America, and also as a free gift in an issue of the British Official Nintendo Magazine. The soundtrack does not include music taken directly from the game, but features many live orchestral arrangements performed by the New Japan Philharmonic.[42] The game contains a number of unlockable tracks that can be obtained after making certain in-game accomplishments.[43] On the same website, the developers have posted discussions about the game's music and voice acting between Masahiro Sakurai and the game's composers.[44]
Dean Harrington is the game's in-game narrator, and also voices Master Hand and Crazy Hand.
Reception Edit
Reception Aggregate score Aggregator Score Metacritic 92/100[45] Review scores Publication Score AllGame 4.5/5 stars[46] Edge 6/10[47] Eurogamer 10/10[48] Famitsu 37/40[49][50] GameSpot 8.9/10[51] IGN 9.6/10[12] ONM 95%[52] Super Smash Bros. Melee received critical acclaim from reviewers, most of whom credited Melee's expansion of gameplay features from Super Smash Bros. Focusing on the additional features, GameSpy commented that "Melee really scores big in the 'we've added tons of great extra stuff' department".[53] Reviewers compared the game favorably to Super Smash Bros. IGN's Fran Mirabella III stated that it was "in an entirely different league than the N64 version";[12] GameSpot's Miguel Lopez praised the game for offering a more advanced "classic-mode" compared to its predecessor, while detailing the Adventure Mode as "really a hit-or-miss experience".[51] Despite a mixed response to the single-player modes, many reviewers expressed the game's multiplayer mode as a strong component of the game.[48][51][53] In their review of the game, GameSpy stated that "you'll have a pretty hard time finding a more enjoyable multiplayer experience on any other console".[53]
Melee's visuals garnered a positive reaction. GameSpot lauded the game's character and background models, stating that "the character models are pleasantly full-bodied, and the quality of their textures is amazing".[51] IGN's Fran Mirabella III praised the game's use of physics, animation and graphics, although his colleague Matt Casamassina thought that "some of the backgrounds lack the visual polish endowed upon the characters" when giving a second opinion about the game.[12]
Critics praised the game's orchestrated soundtrack;[12][51] while GameSpot's Greg Kasavin commented that "it all sounds brilliant".[51] GameSpy praised the music for its nostalgic effect, with soundtracks ranging from multiple Nintendo series.[53]
Reviewers have welcomed the simplistic controls,[48][12][53] but its "hyper-responsiveness", with the characters easily dashing and precise movements being difficult to perform, was expressed as a serious flaw of the game by GameSpot.[51] With a milder criticism of controls, Bryn Williams of GameSpy commented that "movement and navigation seems slightly too sensitive".[53] The basis of Melee's gameplay system is the battles between Nintendo characters, which has been suggested as being overly hectic; N-Europe questioned whether the gameplay is "too Frantic?", even though they enjoyed the variety of modes on offer.[54] Similarly, Nintendo Spin's Clark Nielsen stated that "Melee was too fast for its own good", and "skill was more about just being able to wrap your head around what was happening as opposed to really getting into the combat".[55] In regards to the pace of the game, Edge commented that it even made gameplay features such as "blocking" redundant, as the player is not given enough time to react to an attack.[47]
Despite the new features added to the game, some reviews criticized Melee for a lack of originality and for being too similar to its predecessor, Super Smash Bros. Caleb Hale from GameCritics.com noted that while it was "every bit as good as its Nintendo 64 predecessor" he also felt "the game doesn't expand much past that point".[56] On a similar note, Edge stated that "it's not evolution; it's reproduction", in reference to a perceived lack of innovation.[47] The nostalgic nature of the game received a positive reaction,[48] as well as the accompanying stages and items that allude to past Nintendo games.[54] Gaming journalists have welcomed the roster of 25 Nintendo characters,[48][53] as well as the trophy system, which Nintendo Spin labeled as "a great addition to this game".[53][57]
Sales Edit When released in Japan, it became the fastest selling GameCube game with 358,525 units sold in the week ending November 25, 2001.[58] This success continued as the game sold more than a million units only two months after its release, making it the first GameCube title to reach a million copies.[59] The game also sold well in North America, where it sold 250,000-copies in nine days.[60] In the United States, Super Smash Bros. Melee was the 19th best-selling video game in 2001 according to the NPD Group.[61][62] By July 2006, it had sold 3.2 million copies and earned $125 million in the United States alone. Next Generation ranked it as the fifth highest-selling game launched for the PlayStation 2, Xbox or GameCube between January 2000 and July 2006 in that country.[63] Approximately 4.06 million units have been sold in the country as of December 27, 2007.[64] With a software-to-hardware ratio of 3:4 at one time,[58] some have attributed the increasing sales of the GameCube near the launch date to Melee.[59] As of March 10, 2008, Super Smash Bros. Melee is the best-selling GameCube game, with more than seven million copies sold worldwide.[65] It has been estimated that at one point in time 70% of all GameCube owners also owned Melee.[66]
Awards and accolades Edit Several publications have acknowledged Super Smash Bros. Melee in competitions and awards. In their "Best of 2001" awards, GameSpy chose it as Best Fighting GameCube Game,[67] IGN's reader choice chose it as Game of the Year,[68] Electronic Gaming Monthly chose it as Best Multiplayer and Best GameCube Game,[69] and GameSpot chose it as the Best GameCube Game and tenth best game of the year.[70][71]
GameFAQs placed it sixth in a poll of the 100 best games ever and was in the final four of the "Best. Game. Ever." contest.[72][73] In the 200th issue of Electronic Gaming Monthly, the editors selected Melee as the 92nd most influential game in their "Top 200 Games of Their Time" list, defining Melee as "Billions of things to unlock, plus Yoshi pummeling Pikachu with a bat".[74] In a similar competition, Nintendo Power named Super Smash Bros. Melee the 16th best game ever to appear on a Nintendo console,[75] and selected it as the 2001 "Game of the Year". IGN named it the third best GameCube game of all-time in 2007 as a part of a feature reflecting on the GameCube's long lifespan, citing it as "the grand stage of fighters, much like Mario Kart is for racing fans".[76] GameSpy chose it as fourth in a similar list, citing that it had "better graphics, better music, more characters, more gameplay modes, more secrets to discover" in comparison to its predecessor.[77] The game was ranked 58th in Official Nintendo Magazine's "100 Greatest Nintendo Games Ever" feature.[78] In 2019, Game Informer ranked it as the 2nd best fighting game of all time.[79]
Professional competition Edit
Main article: Professional Super Smash Bros. competition Super Smash Bros. Melee is a widely played competitive video game and has been featured in several high-profile tournaments.[66] Many consider it to be the most competitively viable game in the series.[80][81][82] From 2004 to 2007, Major League Gaming sponsored Melee on its Pro Circuit.[83] Although dropping Melee from its 2007 Pro Circuit, MLG still sponsored a number of tournaments as part of the Underground Smash Series. Melee was also included in the Evolution Championship Series (Evo) in 2007, a fighting game tournament held in Las Vegas and was hosted at Evo 2013 after a charity vote to decide the final game to be featured in its tournament lineup.[84][85] Due to the large turnout and popularity that year, Evo again included Melee at their 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 events. In 2014 Melee was played at MLG Anaheim. Evo 2016 is the largest Melee tournament to date with 2,350 entrants.
Ken Hoang, also known as "The King of Smash", considered to be the game's best player from 2003 to 2006, has won over $50,000 from Smash tournaments.[86][87][88] As of August 2018, Adam "Armada" Lindgren has won over $300,000 from Smash tournaments in total and over $90,000 in 2017 alone,[89] placing his tournament winnings as one of the highest of all professional Melee players.[90]
Several professional Melee players including Christopher "KillaOR" McKenzie, Isai Alvarado, and Ken were seen in the 2005 "I'm a Professional Gamer" episode of the MTV reality series True Life. The competitive Smash community was featured in a 2013 crowd-funded documentary called The Smash Brothers. The film detailed the history of the professional scene and profiled seven prominent Melee players including Hoang, Azen, Jason "Mew2King" Zimmerman, Isai, PC Chris, KoreanDJ, and Evo 2013 and Evo 2014 champion, Joseph "Mang0" Marquez.[91][92] Commentary footage from a Melee tournament is the origin of the Wombo combo internet meme.[93]
Sequels Edit
Main article: Super Smash Bros. At the pre-E3 conference of 2005, Nintendo announced Melee's sequel, 2008's Super Smash Bros. Brawl.[94] Nintendo's president, Satoru Iwata requested Masahiro Sakurai to be the director of the game after the conference.[95] Although being slower paced than Melee, the game retains most of the gameplay features of its predecessors while having major gameplay additions, such as a more substantial single-player mode and online play via the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection[96] Taking advantage of the Wii's variety of controller options, the game allows the use of the Wii Remote, Nunchuk, GameCube controller, and the Classic Controller.[97] Like Melee, the game makes references to games and franchises, including those that debuted after the release of Melee; for example, Link, Zelda, and Ganondorf's character designs are taken from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess and a Nintendogs puppy is present as an Assist Trophy (a new item that summons computer-controlled characters from different games to briefly participate in the fight).[98][99] Select stages and music from Melee are included in the sequel.[100] The fourth and fifth installments,[101] Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, were released in 2014 for the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U respectively.[102][103][104] The sixth installment, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate released in December 2018, for the Nintendo Switch.
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2019.04.30 23:56 ckchip66 YOSHIKI only dates white girls....

Why? 😭
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2019.04.21 21:22 FlourensDelannoy Vintage Light Novels

Hey guys,
I'm experiencing a strong fatigue of current Light Novels with their isekai and reincarnations. I'm looking for more of a Sword & Sorcery/pulp-style heroic or epic fantasy LNs, but I'm not able to find much info on them.
Do any of you know if there are official and/or amateur translations of:
· Yoshiki Tanaka's "Arslan Senki" · Sei Takekawa's "Kaze no Tairiku" (aka The Weathering Continent) · Keisuke Fujikawa's "Utsu no Miko" · Takeshi Narumi's "Yōtōden" · Ryō Hanmura's "Musubi no Yama Hiroku" · Hiroshi Aramata's "Teito Monogatari" · Baku Yumemakura's "Onmyōji"
I know many of those don't actually qualify as "light novels". Either because they pre-date the term or are removed from LN's production, marketing techniques and intended audience, but they are all fantasy/sci-fi/alternate history so, I thought this was the most proper place to ask.
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2019.03.17 08:31 nsm1 Live Pro Wrestling NOAH Spring Navigation 2019 3.17 Discussion Thread (Free on YouTube)

YouTube Live Stream Link (NOAH's official YouTube channel)

Also check out /noahghc for up to date discussions on Pro Wrestling NOAH

Show starts at 5pm JST
Hakata StarLanes will be closing for good at the end of the month and all Japanese promotions have been scrambling to book the venue when the announcement came out months ago. It was a unique venue that combined bowling, arcade, meeting and event venue space.
Google maps photos of the venue
Click here for your Time Zone conversion for start times

Match Card

  1. Jr. Tag Match - Daisuke Harada, Tadasuke, HAYATA vs Hajime Ohara, Hitoshi Kumano, Junji Tanaka
  2. Jr. Tag Match - Kotaro Suzuki, YO-HEY vs Minoru Tanaka, HI69
  3. 8 Man Tag Match - Katsuhiko Nakajima, Akitoshi Saito, Maybach Taniguchi, Masao Inoue vs Masa Kitamiya, Yoshiki Inamura, Junta Miyawaki, Kinya Okada
  4. Tag Match (Main event) - Kenoh & Kaito Kiyomiya vs Mohammed Yone & Quiet Storm
  5. Singles Match (Semi-Final) - Takashi Sugiura vs Go Shiozaki
  6. Singles Match) - Naomichi Marufuji vs Yoshinari Ogawa
NOAH will also be holding 2 major shows later in the year
  • September 16 at Osaka Prefectural 1st Gymasium
  • November 2 at Ryogoku Kokugikan (part of the venue's huge weekend of wrestling with DDT and BJW)
After NOAH ends, NJPW will be around the halfway point, just in time for New Japan Cup matches.
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2019.03.10 00:37 crabapocalypse Haikyuu Stats Ranked By Position

Okay so I've never really put a whole lot of stock in the stats. They're weird and kinda janky and some of them are outdated with others seeming off from the beginning. So let's rank them and see if we come up with anything interesting.
S
WS
MB
Li
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2018.12.24 14:20 themoderate Itinerary Check - Osaka/Kyoto (mid-May 2019)

Hello /JapanTravel! I'm planning a trip to Osaka and Kyoto in May 2019 with my girlfriend. We'll be flying to KIX, Osaka on 14 May and leaving Osaka for Seoul on 23 May, which leaves us with about 8-9 days worth of time for both Osaka and Kyoto. I've come up with a rough itinerary based on advice given on this subreddit and other helpful websites like japan-guide.
By way of background, we're in our early twenties and food (we don't drink much though) and sightseeing are our main priorities. We've purchased our plane tickets to Seoul but not Osaka. However, we've settled on 14 May because it seems to be the day where plane tickets are the cheapest (according to Hopper). Accommodations are also not booked yet.
Questions:
  1. We're comfortable with walking long distances but are also okay with taking things slower as well. Is the itinerary as it is manageable?
  2. We've a two-day gap in our itinerary now (21 and 22 May). We may fill it up with shopping and/or a ryokan in Kyoto (if our budget permits), but we are open to suggestions for places to see. We are also open to moving the Kyoto days around if it would make more sense from a time and cost (JR Pass) perspective.
  3. I've some restaurants/food places in mind but we're open to food recommendations. We are looking to splurge for a meal in Kobe and are also comfortable with spending more for a meal in Kyoto/Osaka as well.
Date Location Description
14 May (Tues) Osaka Leave Singapore and land in KIX in the afternoon. Check in at Airbnb/hotel in Osaka. Dotonbori in the evening/night.
15 May (Wed) Nara Day trip to Nara (Isui-en, Yoshiki-en, Nara Deer Park, Todai-ji, Kofuku-ji)
16 May (Thurs) USJ This will be on a Thursday so hopefully it'll not be too crowded. Should we purchase express passes?
17 May (Fri) Kobe Himeji Castle in the morning. Kobe in the afternoon (Nunobiki Herb Gardens) and dinner. Nankinmachi seems to be recommended, but we are from Singapore so not entirely sure if it would be different enough of an experience.
18 May (Sat) Kyoto Check out of hotel/Airbnb and travel to Kyoto. Explore Northern Higashiyama (Ginkaku-ji, The Philosopher’s Path, Honen-in, *, Eikan-do, Nanzen-ji, Heian Jingu)
19 May (Sun) Kyoto Fushimi Inari in the morning. Tsujiki Market for brunch/lunch. Explore Southern Higashiyama (Kodai-ji, Kennin-ji, Kiyomizu-dera, Tofuku-ji, etc.). Gion/Pontocho Alley for dinner.
20 May (Mon) Kyoto Explore Arashiyama.
23 May (Thurs) Osaka Check out of hotel/Airbnb and make our way to KIX for our 11 am flight.
Thanks in advance for any feedback (both positive and negative) and suggestions that you may have!
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2018.11.11 16:02 Van24 Charity Quartz News Bulletin (11/12/2018 Issue)

Hello, everyone, a good morning, afternoon, or evening depending on what part of the world you live in, and welcome back to the Charity Quartz News Bulletin, your one-stop destination for your weekly round-up of news, reactions, and all the latest developments in Chaldean Community Service.
WEEKLY ROUND-UP
First off, some highlights over the past week.
WEEKLY MASTER MISSIONS (11/12/2018 - 11/18/2018)
With the week's review done, we now come to the part everyone's been waiting for: the chance to repent for your various misdemeanors and trespasses while picking up a few pieces of highly precious gemstones that you can use to piece together actual highly precious gemstones through unknown means and then use said gemstones to bring home an anachronistic loli gaijin.
This week's Master Missions are as follows:
For those of you who are still trying desperately to bring home the loli gaijin, I wish you all the very best of luck. May the RNG ever be in your favor.
This has been your usual host, Van24, and I would like to once again thank everyone for their continued input and support in making this series what it is now.
As usual, if you think there's some news throughout the week that you'd like to see included in the next issue, please feel free to either tag me in a comment on the thread about it or drop a PM my way so I can verbally castrate creatively present the topic in this series' semi-irreverent tone.
Cheers to all, and have a good week ahead. I'll see you all in a week's time for the next issue of the Charity Quartz News Bulletin. :)
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2018.07.22 17:14 H-K_47 Attack on Titan Season 3 will be airing in a few hours today (Sunday, July 22nd). Here is an FAQ to clear up confusion for those interested.

Hello /television! Moderator of /ShingekiNoKyojin here! Attack on Titan Season 3 is just a few hours away! We've been getting a lot of questions about Season 3 over the past few days. There's quite a bit of confusion and misinformation being thrown around, so we decided to create an FAQ for everything that we know so far (updated as of July 22nd, 2018). We know this subreddit doesn't usually care for anime, but we thought there may be some fans here who might appreciate this. Hope this helps clear things up! Feel free to share this FAQ with others who are having confusion, and request any information you wish to be added to this. Enjoy, and watch out for spoilers!

When is it coming out?

July 23rd at 12:35 AM Japan Time Zone for the Japanese original version. THIS TIME HAS ALREADY PASSED.
English Subbed versions will be posted 2.5 hours after the original Japanese broadcast. THIS TIME HAS ALREADY PASSED.

Where can I watch it?

Here is a list of all different LEGAL streaming sites which will be available for different regions, compiled by the AoT Wiki:
Funimation:
  • Regions Available: United States, United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, Australia and New Zealand
Crunchyroll:
  • Regions Available: United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Nordics, Netherlands,South Africa, Central and South America
AnimeLab:
  • Regions Available: Australia & New Zealand
WAKANIM:
  • Regions Available: Metropolitan France and Overseas, Benelux, Switzerland, Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco, Canada, French-speaking Africa
Anime on Demand:
  • Regions Available: Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Luxembourg and Liechtenstein
VVVVID:
  • Regions Available: Italy
Aniplus Asia:
  • Regions Available: Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand
Toonami:
  • Regions Available: United States
Hulu:
  • Regions Available: United States
Languages other than Japanese or English may take a few hours longer for the episodes to be posted. If you're not willing/able to pay or use a VPN, then you'll have turn to the high seas.

What about English dubs?

Funimation will be posting English Dubbed versions starting in August, a few weeks after the original broadcasts. Toonami will begin broadcasting the dubbed episodes on TV starting August 18th.

I heard the first episode was already available? How?

The first episode was shown to a small audience at Anime Expo on July 8th. It was also shown in select theatres in the US and Canada on July 10th (subbed version) and July 11th (dubbed version). There are currently a few camera recordings of the episode available on the internet. The episode will not be broadcast to everyone until the formal premiere.

How long will it be?

While no official information has been released, credible sources imply that Season 3 will be 24 episodes long (2 cours). Official manga advertising from Kodansha USA indicates that it will cover 10 volumes of the manga, which would require 2 cours to fit. YonkouProductions, a very reliable leaker, also confirms.

Will it be faithful to the source material?

The author of the manga, Isayama Hajime, revealed in an interview included in the Season 2 Blu-ray boxset that he was “disappointed” with his work on Volumes 13-16 (which will be covered in Season 3). He says: “Hopefully, now that Season 3 is being made, I’ll have the chance to wipe away that regret and replace it with something I’m proud of.” This indicates that there will be some differences between the manga version and the animated version, but we don’t know yet exactly what those changes will be like.
Based on the Season 3 premiere event, it is evident that the pacing and order of certain scenes is being shifted around. Some events were shortened, some were apparently skipped over, and some were moved to different points of time with different contexts. Until the rest of Season 3 airs, it will be difficult to tell how extensive the changes will be. However, it seems as if the core story will remain identical to the manga, and will simply be executed differently.

Will it be censored?

Although there were some rumours about Season 3 being censored more than previous seasons, staff members confirmed in an interview that the change in network will not affect production. The premiere episode also depicted violent scenes, so it is safe to say that there will be no extra censorship.

What will the release schedule be like?

The episodes will come out one at a time, week by week. There might be a break between the first half of the season and the second half (possibly a recap episode like in Season 1), but this is not confirmed.

Will it be on Netflix?

There is no news yet regarding Netflix. Netflix didn't get Season 1 until a long time after it had aired and they still don't have Season 2, so don't get your hopes up.

What's with the new opening credits song?

For this season, the opening song will be "Red Swan" by Yoshiki feat. HYDE. This is different from previous seasons, which had their OPs done by Linked Horizon. The full song has not yet been released, and the OP has not yet been played anywhere.

I don't remember the story so far, is there a summary?

Here is a summary of Season 1.
Here is a summary of both seasons.
Please also consider using Wikipedia and/or the Attack on Titan Wiki as well.

I want to read the manga, where do I start?

Season 1 went up to Chapter 33. Season 2 went up to Chapter 50. So you can start reading from Chapter 51 (the start of Volume 13). There are not many significant differences, other than the final battle of Season 1, some filler, and some characters having different personalities (i.e. in the manga Eren is less angry and Hange is less crazy). The manga releases at a rate of one ~45 page chapter per month, officially on the 8th of each month. Though sometimes the chapters leak a few days early.

Where will Season 3 end?

Based on some advertising and some content from the premiere, it will likely end at Chapter 90 (Volume 22).

What about Season 4?

There is as yet no news about Season 4. Last year, Season 3 was announced immediately after the Season 2 finale. Hopefully the same will happen this year.

Will it be good?

There's no way I can give a definitive answer to this. This season will be covering 2 arcs, the first of which is somewhat controversial, but the second of which is more widely praised. However, both arcs have their share of fans and critics, and we don’t even know yet what kind of changes will be made to the source material. Ultimately, there are many vastly differing opinions on the quality. You'll have to wait and see, and decide for yourself.

Where should I look for official news?

The official website is the main source of announcements and news. Funimation, Crunchyroll, and Anime News Network are also all trustworthy sources. SNK News is another excellent source of information. News will be posted to /ShingekiNoKyojin. The Attack on Titan Wikia is very well curated and posts announcements as well. Beware spoilers and trolls seeking to spread lies. Don’t completely trust sources such as MyAnimeList.net or Wikipedia, as they can be edited by anyone, and will sometimes contain fake rumours.
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2018.07.22 16:58 H-K_47 Attack on Titan Season 3 FAQ

Hi, folks! Season 3 is airing in just a few hours. We've been getting a lot of questions about Season 3 over the past few days. There's quite a bit of confusion and misinformation being thrown around, so we decided to create an FAQ for everything that we know so far (updated as of July 22nd, 2018). Hope this helps clear things up! Feel free to share this FAQ with others who are having confusion, and request any information you wish to be added to this. Enjoy, and watch out for spoilers!

When is it coming out?

July 23rd at 12:35 AM Japan Time Zone for the Japanese original version. Here is a countdown.
English Subbed versions will be posted 2.5 hours after the original Japanese broadcast. Here is a countdown for the English subs.

Where can I watch it?

Here is a list of all different LEGAL streaming sites which will be available for different regions, compiled by the AoT Wiki:
Funimation:
  • Regions Available: United States, United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, Australia and New Zealand
Crunchyroll:
  • Regions Available: United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Nordics, Netherlands,South Africa, Central and South America
AnimeLab:
  • Regions Available: Australia & New Zealand
WAKANIM:
  • Regions Available: Metropolitan France and Overseas, Benelux, Switzerland, Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco, Canada, French-speaking Africa
Anime on Demand:
  • Regions Available: Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Luxembourg and Liechtenstein
VVVVID:
  • Regions Available: Italy
Aniplus Asia:
  • Regions Available: Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand
Toonami:
  • Regions Available: United States
Hulu:
  • Regions Available: United States
Languages other than Japanese or English may take a few hours longer for the episodes to be posted. If you're not willing/able to pay or use a VPN, then you'll have turn to the high seas.

What about English dubs?

Funimation will be posting English Dubbed versions starting in August, a few weeks after the original broadcasts. Toonami will begin broadcasting the dubbed episodes on TV starting August 18th.

I heard the first episode was already available? How?

The first episode was shown to a small audience at Anime Expo on July 8th. It was also shown in select theatres in the US and Canada on July 10th (subbed version) and July 11th (dubbed version). There are currently a few camera recordings of the episode available on the internet. The episode will not be broadcast to everyone until the formal premiere.

How long will it be?

While no official information has been released, credible sources imply that Season 3 will be 24 episodes long (2 cours). Official manga advertising from Kodansha USA indicates that it will cover 10 volumes of the manga, which would require 2 cours to fit. YonkouProductions, a very reliable leaker, also confirms.

Will it be faithful to the source material?

The author of the manga, Isayama Hajime, revealed in an interview included in the Season 2 Blu-ray boxset that he was “disappointed” with his work on Volumes 13-16 (which will be covered in Season 3). He says: “Hopefully, now that Season 3 is being made, I’ll have the chance to wipe away that regret and replace it with something I’m proud of.” This indicates that there will be some differences between the manga version and the animated version, but we don’t know yet exactly what those changes will be like.
Based on the Season 3 premiere event, it is evident that the pacing and order of certain scenes is being shifted around. Some events were shortened, some were apparently skipped over, and some were moved to different points of time with different contexts. Until the rest of Season 3 airs, it will be difficult to tell how extensive the changes will be. However, it seems as if the core story will remain identical to the manga, and will simply be executed differently.

Will it be censored?

Although there were some rumours about Season 3 being censored more than previous seasons, staff members confirmed in an interview that the change in network will not affect production. The premiere episode also depicted violent scenes, so it is safe to say that there will be no extra censorship.

What will the release schedule be like?

The episodes will come out one at a time, week by week. There might be a break between the first half of the season and the second half (possibly a recap episode like in Season 1), but this is not confirmed.

Will it be on Netflix?

There is no news yet regarding Netflix. Netflix didn't get Season 1 until a long time after it had aired and they still don't have Season 2, so don't get your hopes up.

What's with the new opening credits song?

For this season, the opening song will be "Red Swan" by Yoshiki feat. HYDE. This is different from previous seasons, which had their OPs done by Linked Horizon. The full song has not yet been released, and the OP has not yet been played anywhere. Here is a short teaser.

I don't remember the story so far, is there a summary?

Here is a summary of Season 1.
Here is a summary of both seasons.
Please also consider using Wikipedia and/or the Attack on Titan Wiki as well.

I want to read the manga, where do I start?

Season 1 went up to Chapter 33. Season 2 went up to Chapter 50. So you can start reading from Chapter 51 (the start of Volume 13). There are not many significant differences, other than the final battle of Season 1, some filler, and some characters having different personalities (i.e. in the manga Eren is less angry and Hange is less crazy). The manga releases at a rate of one ~45 page chapter per month, officially on the 8th of each month. Though sometimes the chapters leak a few days early.

Where will Season 3 end?

Based on some advertising and some content from the premiere, it will likely end at Chapter 90 (Volume 22).

What about Season 4?

There is as yet no news about Season 4. Last year, Season 3 was announced immediately after the Season 2 finale. Hopefully the same will happen this year.

Will it be good?

There's no way I can give a definitive answer to this. This season will be covering 2 arcs, the first of which is somewhat controversial, but the second of which is more widely praised. However, both arcs have their share of fans and critics, and we don’t even know yet what kind of changes will be made to the source material. Ultimately, there are many vastly differing opinions on the quality. You'll have to wait and see, and decide for yourself.

Where should I look for official news?

The official website is the main source of announcements and news. Funimation, Crunchyroll, and Anime News Network are also all trustworthy sources. SNK News is another excellent source of information. News will be posted to /ShingekiNoKyojin. The Attack on Titan Wikia is very well curated and posts announcements as well. Beware spoilers and trolls seeking to spread lies. Don’t completely trust sources such as MyAnimeList.net or Wikipedia, as they can be edited by anyone, and will sometimes contain fake rumours.
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2018.07.22 16:50 H-K_47 Attack on Titan Season 3 FAQ - Answers to Questions About the Upcoming Third Season

Hey /anime! Moderator of /ShingekiNoKyojin here! Attack on Titan Season 3 is just a few hours away! We've been getting a lot of questions about Season 3 over the past few days. There's quite a bit of confusion and misinformation being thrown around, so we decided to create an FAQ for everything that we know so far (updated as of July 22nd, 2018). Hope this helps clear things up! Feel free to share this FAQ with others who are having confusion, and request any information you wish to be added to this. Enjoy, and watch out for spoilers!

When is it coming out?

July 23rd at 12:35 AM Japan Time Zone for the Japanese original version. Here is a countdown.
English Subbed versions will be posted 2.5 hours after the original Japanese broadcast. Here is a countdown for the English subs.

Where can I watch it?

Here is a list of all different LEGAL streaming sites which will be available for different regions, compiled by the AoT Wiki:
Funimation:
  • Regions Available: United States, United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, Australia and New Zealand
Crunchyroll:
  • Regions Available: United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Nordics, Netherlands,South Africa, Central and South America
AnimeLab:
  • Regions Available: Australia & New Zealand
WAKANIM:
  • Regions Available: Metropolitan France and Overseas, Benelux, Switzerland, Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco, Canada, French-speaking Africa
Anime on Demand:
  • Regions Available: Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Luxembourg and Liechtenstein
VVVVID:
  • Regions Available: Italy
Aniplus Asia:
  • Regions Available: Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand
Toonami:
  • Regions Available: United States
Hulu:
  • Regions Available: United States
Languages other than Japanese or English may take a few hours longer for the episodes to be posted. If you're not willing/able to pay or use a VPN, then you'll have turn to the high seas.

What about English dubs?

Funimation will be posting English Dubbed versions starting in August, a few weeks after the original broadcasts. Toonami will begin broadcasting the dubbed episodes on TV starting August 18th.

I heard the first episode was already available? How?

The first episode was shown to a small audience at Anime Expo on July 8th. It was also shown in select theatres in the US and Canada on July 10th (subbed version) and July 11th (dubbed version). There are currently a few camera recordings of the episode available on the internet. The episode will not be broadcast to everyone until the formal premiere.

How long will it be?

While no official information has been released, credible sources imply that Season 3 will be 24 episodes long (2 cours). Official manga advertising from Kodansha USA indicates that it will cover 10 volumes of the manga, which would require 2 cours to fit. YonkouProductions, a very reliable leaker, also confirms.

Will it be faithful to the source material?

The author of the manga, Isayama Hajime, revealed in an interview included in the Season 2 Blu-ray boxset that he was “disappointed” with his work on Volumes 13-16 (which will be covered in Season 3). He says: “Hopefully, now that Season 3 is being made, I’ll have the chance to wipe away that regret and replace it with something I’m proud of.” This indicates that there will be some differences between the manga version and the animated version, but we don’t know yet exactly what those changes will be like.
Based on the Season 3 premiere event, it is evident that the pacing and order of certain scenes is being shifted around. Some events were shortened, some were apparently skipped over, and some were moved to different points of time with different contexts. Until the rest of Season 3 airs, it will be difficult to tell how extensive the changes will be. However, it seems as if the core story will remain identical to the manga, and will simply be executed differently.

Will it be censored?

Although there were some rumours about Season 3 being censored more than previous seasons, staff members confirmed in an interview that the change in network will not affect production. The premiere episode also depicted violent scenes, so it is safe to say that there will be no extra censorship.

What will the release schedule be like?

The episodes will come out one at a time, week by week. There might be a break between the first half of the season and the second half (possibly a recap episode like in Season 1), but this is not confirmed.

Will it be on Netflix?

There is no news yet regarding Netflix. Netflix didn't get Season 1 until a long time after it had aired and they still don't have Season 2, so don't get your hopes up.

What's with the new opening credits song?

For this season, the opening song will be "Red Swan" by Yoshiki feat. HYDE. This is different from previous seasons, which had their OPs done by Linked Horizon. The full song has not yet been released, and the OP has not yet been played anywhere. Here is a short teaser.

I don't remember the story so far, is there a summary?

Here is a summary of Season 1.
Here is a summary of both seasons.
Please also consider using Wikipedia and/or the Attack on Titan Wiki as well.

I want to read the manga, where do I start?

Season 1 went up to Chapter 33. Season 2 went up to Chapter 50. So you can start reading from Chapter 51 (the start of Volume 13). There are not many significant differences, other than the final battle of Season 1, some filler, and some characters having different personalities (i.e. in the manga Eren is less angry and Hange is less crazy). The manga releases at a rate of one ~45 page chapter per month, officially on the 8th of each month. Though sometimes the chapters leak a few days early.

Where will Season 3 end?

Based on some advertising and some content from the premiere, it will likely end at Chapter 90 (Volume 22).

What about Season 4?

There is as yet no news about Season 4. Last year, Season 3 was announced immediately after the Season 2 finale. Hopefully the same will happen this year.

Will it be good?

There's no way I can give a definitive answer to this. This season will be covering 2 arcs, the first of which is somewhat controversial, but the second of which is more widely praised. However, both arcs have their share of fans and critics, and we don’t even know yet what kind of changes will be made to the source material. Ultimately, there are many vastly differing opinions on the quality. You'll have to wait and see, and decide for yourself.

Where should I look for official news?

The official website is the main source of announcements and news. Funimation, Crunchyroll, and Anime News Network are also all trustworthy sources. SNK News is another excellent source of information. News will be posted to /ShingekiNoKyojin. The Attack on Titan Wikia is very well curated and posts announcements as well. Beware spoilers and trolls seeking to spread lies. Don’t completely trust sources such as MyAnimeList.net or Wikipedia, as they can be edited by anyone, and will sometimes contain fake rumours.
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