A Week of Memories part 7: Graduation

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A Week of Memories part 7: Graduation

Postby Aura » Sun Jan 15, 2012 7:56 pm

<Aura> would you squeeze a warm PVC bottle between your thighs and call it "manaka-chan"
<Suriko> I would do it if it wouldn't be so hard to explain to my parents
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Re: A Week of Memories part 7: Graduation

Postby coldacid » Sun Jan 15, 2012 8:01 pm

Thank you.
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Re: A Week of Memories part 7: Graduation

Postby Bloozeclooze » Sun Jan 15, 2012 8:02 pm

thank you as well 4LS
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Re: A Week of Memories part 7: Graduation

Postby nabaal » Sun Jan 15, 2012 8:04 pm

Its a lingering sad feeling from it all being over. Just like graduation is suppose to be.
Thanks everyone, you did great.
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Re: A Week of Memories part 7: Graduation

Postby Quitch » Sun Jan 15, 2012 8:06 pm

Thank you.

The emptiness is an odd thing, something that will come back to haunt you during your darker hours. You can only try to fill it with something new to try and prevent its return.

I wish you luck on your future endeavours.
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Re: A Week of Memories part 7: Graduation

Postby Misfile17 » Sun Jan 15, 2012 8:18 pm

Thank you Four leaf studios, It's kinda sad that the journey of KS is over, We still have it, and the memories it's given us, the blog too. But It's time to start a new journey isn't it? For you guys and for the ones you've touched in such a magical way with Katawa Shoujo. Thank you for everything guys, Can't wait to see what happens next!
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Re: A Week of Memories part 7: Graduation

Postby Brogurt » Sun Jan 15, 2012 8:27 pm

Aura wrote:Would Hanako be comfortable with a couple of hundred of eyepairs on her?

I'd like nothing less.
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Re: A Week of Memories part 7: Graduation

Postby ThatGayNigger » Sun Jan 15, 2012 8:28 pm

I thought there was going to be an add-in of 60+ ways of dying in a single route.
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Re: A Week of Memories part 7: Graduation

Postby Hisui » Sun Jan 15, 2012 8:29 pm

A very pleasant writeup. Interesting idea to compare the 4LS situation with a graduation ceremony, and the post evokes a beautiful mental image.

As everyone else already said, thanks for making Katawa Shoujo! The most fascinating part about the project for me is the creation process; I am impressed with how a ragtag band of internet strangers delivered a piece of work with such exceptional quality and actually carried it all the way to the finish line. A shining example of hobby game development, the finished result of which even managed to touch a whole lot of people emotionally as well as introduce many to the VN medium. I'm happy that this has played out so well for you.

Stay with us in the IRC!
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Re: A Week of Memories part 7: Graduation

Postby kourousx » Sun Jan 15, 2012 8:33 pm

My postcount is low, but I've been following along and lurking since 2009. The events that led you here seem impossible. Not just unlikely, impossible. You took a once in a lifetime internet lark and turned it into Katawa Shoujo.

You kept a team together over time and geography with reasonable turnover. You went from no experience and low experience to where you are now. You created and endured for years.


Take a low bow, all of you.


Bravo.
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Re: A Week of Memories part 7: Graduation

Postby Palas » Sun Jan 15, 2012 8:40 pm

Maybe Shizune would hold the valedictorian's speech, that sounds like something we would do. I've been to quite a few graduations, and I think speeches are the most important part. A good orator can grip the audience and really move them, while a poor one will make the long ceremonies feel like torture. I wonder if Shizune's speech would be good.


"WAHAHA~! I'm way better than this autotune mixer of yours, Shicchan!," Misha yells from the first row. Good ol' Misha.

Great metaphor, I'd like to say. However, the truth is that there isn't one Hisao. There's thousands of Hisao.
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Re: A Week of Memories part 7: Graduation

Postby Demonhornz » Sun Jan 15, 2012 8:41 pm

Well damn, I think I'll go for a simple thank you this time instead of in the last thread.

Thank you. So much.
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Re: A Week of Memories part 7: Graduation

Postby ThatGayNigger » Sun Jan 15, 2012 8:45 pm

No Kenji route? I am disappoint.
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Re: A Week of Memories part 7: Graduation

Postby Akazukin » Sun Jan 15, 2012 8:47 pm

Thank you guys.
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Re: A Week of Memories part 7: Graduation

Postby Caesius » Sun Jan 15, 2012 9:05 pm

This thing is so sappy and yet I can't help feeling touched by it. fucking Aura.
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