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Musuko

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About Musuko

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  • Favourite Anime
    The Monogatari Series and Land of the Lustrous
  • Favourite Genres
    Fantasy

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  1. Trying to juggle focus between a verbal conversation and the plot of an anime is hard (for me, at least). Usually when I watch anime with friends, I try to keep it as movies or comedy anime.
  2. Well, I don't know if I agree with purely not reading comments. I think that being open to criticism is a good thing, and (for me) comments feel like the reward for my efforts. I do agree that there are has been some hateful stuff out there, though.
  3. Hard agree here. A lot of the anime that I rate poorly are actually decent anime that I think have been overhyped. Moving back to the original question, I think positive reviews for an anime can make me appreciate more or from a different angle, but negative reviews typically leave a bad taste in my mouth. Reading analysis on shows like Bakemonogatari can help you appreciate small details that are hard to catch on your first watch. On the other hand, I've read """reviews""" on Land of the Lustrous that just make me wonder if we were even watching the same show.
  4. Coding skills are always needed, but it's obviously not for everyone. I've taken classes in Computer Information Systems, which deals with things like data management and security. Somehow, it's boring and interesting at the same time.
  5. I know that Jeanne D'Arc is a ruler, I was referring to this part. Sorry for the confusion.
  6. Ah, what a time to undergo maintenance... What servant would that even be? Lol.
  7. Since Seshi did a quiz for Shield Hero, one for Fate would be perfect. https://www.quotev.com/quiz/9938649/Which-Servant-Class-From-Fate-Would-You-Summon I got Mashu.
  8. Yeah, same here. I just really like the Fate universe. Wanna add me anyways? My ID is 967,871,662.
  9. I always called her Toe Sucker, lol. Speaking of Rin... I'm still not sure how to permanently unlock Ishtar (Rider). Do I have to wait?
  10. Hahaha, isn't that Fate for you. Have you seen what Thomas Edison looks like? What's ToB and ToZX?
  11. I've been getting back into Fate recently. Has anyone else seen any Fate? The most popular adaptations are Fate/Zero and Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works, both by Ufotable. If you don't know what Fate is, it's a battle between mages to get the Holy Grail, an omnipotent wish granting device. Helping these mages are Servants, which are based off of historical figures like Thomas Edison, King Arthur, and Alexander the Great. What really interests me about Fate is that although magic is acknowledged as being extremely important, it is also the source of a lot of pain for both families and individuals. Many characters from Fate are fleshed out, and it can be argued that Fate/Zero does not have a protagonist for its first season. I have already seen Fate/Zero and Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works, but I'm still going to read the source material for those extra bits of information. I'm also playing Fate/Grand Order every now and then, which is just crazy and a mess so far.
  12. I finished season one and the OVA, but I never got to watching the spin-off season with Aiz. It's like Deku from My Hero Academia put into an fantasy world, but not isekai. I liked the idea of Greek mythology, but it's not a heavy theme from what I saw. It's got loads of fan service, so if that's not your thing then I probably wouldn't recommend it.
  13. Oh! That explains some things with your character. I think you're doing great so far. My suggestion would be to put Sofia's thoughts into italics to demonstrate that it's not dialogue. For instance: I do feel a little guilty for not contributing as much, so let me know if you think I should do something or the story should go in a certain direction.
  14. I like to write emotional stories with a heavy focus on characters. For years, I've been working on this specific universe full of characters and backstories, (I'll call it Project Rainbow) and I was planning to make a visual novel off of it when I first came to AF. That's still an option, but I've been procrastinating that too much, so I'm going back to novel format. I've been more productive with it this way, but I don't know if I'll release it anytime soon. Which is kinda poo-y because I actually really like these characters and I hope other people will like them too. Hah, this reminds me of one of my earlier works on here: Feathers and Steel. I'll leave that one on the backburner since it has a sense of completion to it already. I do feel bad for leaving my interactive story in the dust, but I haven't 100% given up on it yet. What's holding me back from continuing most of these stories is my inadequacy in describing combat, since all three of these stories have combat in some sort of way. I have a lot of other stories too, like fanfictions and other universes, but if you were to ask me which was favorite, I would without a doubt pick Project Rainbow. Every character is handcrafted in a way that is great on their own, but beautiful beside each other. Well, at least, that's how I hope they'll turn out.
  15. I usually don't watch anime movies, but I'll still stick around.

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