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  1. 13 hours ago, Ohiotaku said:

    Thought I would give this thread a bump since it seems like the series is shifting gears away from the OP character defeats supposedly major enemy with ease and gains new allies formula.  I thought it really worked well with the Orc Lord, but was getting kinda stale with Millim & Charybdis.

    Looks like Rimuru is finally trying to resolve some of Shizue’s unfinished business & we finally know how the kids in the ED fit into things.

    Agreed, however, I am a fan of the OP MC cliche so there is a solid 15% of me who was salty that Rimuru didn't reck Charybdis- also I'm wondering because they didn't show much detail in this part. Rimuru absorbed Charybdis's "heart" so does that mean that Rimuru got another bump of power or what?? Any thoughts?

    I'm a little sad there's only 5 more ep. left makes me wonder how its gonna end either big battle or cliff hanger for season 2! My actual guess would be Kimura saves the children and satisfies Shizu's regrets.

  2. 2 hours ago, Beocat said:

    The wafer if drowned in milk...otherwise it is the marrying of the two that makes the sparks fly. The wafer is too dry by itself to be enjoyable and the cream is too stiff to bother with on its own.


    2 hours ago, ArchieKun said:

    This largely depends on the flavor of Oreo. For the regular ones I just eat it as it is. I do agree that tthe cracker part is better, and thats why the thins are my favorite kind more so than regular, or double. 

    Yea the thins are the only ones I can dip in milk, the normal ones have to much frosting for me to dip with so I just take it off and put all the frosting on 1 cookie for someone.

  3. 5 hours ago, Illusion of Terra said:

    I was looking for a forum where you can talk about anime, but also about other things and that is active daily, when I stumbled upon this forum.

    There's not much to say about me. I'm in my late twenties and have been watching anime for a long time now. I live in Europe, but am quite interested in US culture in general, probably because of TV shows I watched growing up. Kinda like a lot of people are interested in Japan because of anime.

    I guess it's best if I just answer some questions you guys might have?

    Welcome to the forums I hope you enjoy your time here, I guess if I had a question it would be whats your top 3 favorite anime and why?

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  4. 6 hours ago, Crevanille said:

    If you know something you touch will turn ssj, wouldn't that be the change itself? And depending on what you touch indiscriminately wouldn't you regret it? 🤨 

    I mean like super saiyan is basically a enhancement/level-up/transformation right? so if I touch a tv what happens? do the graphics get boosted? does it change into a curved 4k tv or what? this is what I mean.

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  5. I would test weather or not touching something that I previously touched made it super saiyan 2 if not that I would continue to use different parts of my body to see what parts turn things super saiyan if it was just my hands I would wear rubber gloves and hopefully the gloves stops the touch. Than selectively touch things to see the changes that occur after super saiyan transformation.

  6. 4 hours ago, Ryan Dave Jimenez said:

    Do you make anime wallpapers? If yes, I want to see some. 


    Nice! Are you a webcomic artist? 

    I don't have skills to make anime wallpapers unfortunately, I am practicing tho.

    39 minutes ago, Crevanille said:

    Now that is cool. It looks like at alternate world of some kind. Maybe a hyperverse? What was the inspiration? A dream perhaps?

    Its been to long for me to remember the exact inspiration, but I named it Blue Diamond Skyfall... But I like the hyperverse inspiration.




  7. 5 hours ago, Sonic Whammy said:

    Man, it's been too long since I've been here. Well, I had my reasons, but that's for another time.

    Anyway, I find myself in a very interesting position, potentially. With all my years doing game shows on the anime con circuit, I was striking up some interest here and there with some of the students where I teach. On top of that, we started an exchange program with the Japan Society of New York where we've hosted Japanese students in March each year, and I took over the program last year.

    So in the meantime, enough of a circle was developing that a couple years ago, I, along with a few students, put together a proposal for a Japanese Culture Club. And now, this year, it was finally put in the new teacher contract, specifically for me to run it (the teachers on the negotiation board knew it was my thing). The job posting is now active, I've applied, and I've been asked to have a meeting with one of the administrators tomorrow.

    And it's at this point that I see a small problem: I'm not totally sure exactly WHAT I want this club to accomplish.

    In my time going to cons, I've tried to observe other activities here and there beyond the simple things like anime and cosplay and stuff. But I'd hardly call myself an expert in the subject, even if I'm more qualified than any other teacher in the school. So, I know I have some research to do, but I could use some help on just what to actually research. This is where I turn to you guys.

    If you were part of such a club, what would you want to see happen in it? Or, if you were ever actually IN such a club in high school or college, what did you do in it? I want to get as many suggestions as possible to be able to make a good pitch tomorrow. If anyone here has any advice, I would greatly appreciate it.

    Sup Sonic, 

    Maybe you could make and eat Japanese food, learn a few words or enough to say a few sentences or Try Japanese calligraphy... Just a few ideas I have, but Ill keep thinking.

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