Rin.

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Re: Rin.

Post by vermithrx » Tue May 12, 2009 7:25 pm

Oh, wow! That's wonderful.

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Re: Rin.

Post by Guest » Thu May 14, 2009 11:09 am

WASSHOI wrote:She obviously wont be like that but her scenes will still work out. She'd probably be the one to take initiative in her H-scene and start out by warming Hisao up first. I'd imagine she'd still moan, and if she did generic responses they'd only be jokes to humor you. I can totally imagine something like that.
Rin:It's okay...if its you ♥
Hisao: ...What is this, some eroge?
Rin: Heh, thought I'd try the line out at least once to see how it felt.
If this exact dialogue is not in the final game I will be very disappoint.

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Re: Rin.

Post by Coyfish » Thu May 14, 2009 11:13 am

I imagine she'd be pretty much apathetic about it. Yeah, she'll probably blush a little and let out a few sounds, but for the most part, she'd have a blank face until the end.

Though I think I like what WASSHOI said better.

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Re: Rin.

Post by Teclo » Fri May 15, 2009 8:49 pm

I think the eroge gag is nice but it wouldn't work in the game because it would imply that she not only knows what an eroge is, but is also aware of the clichés. I mean, it'd be one thing for Spiderman to reference comic book clichés since he's meant to be a geek anyway, but it'd be odd if Gendo Ikari referenced Comiket just because he's an anime character - he's not meant to be the sort of guy that would be aware of a comic convention.

Anyway, this is one of the great things about a western-developed VN; we can have a more tomboyish character (or, in fact, "realistic girl" to be more accurate) without having to have her show her passive, weak, waifu side at some point. 99% of the time in anime, what would be a normal girl in real life is portrayed as some threatening butch loose cannon... And then revealed to be a big insecure girly girl after all.
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Re: Rin.

Post by DuaneMoody » Fri May 15, 2009 9:36 pm

No0en wrote:i don't know how to make it look like the foot i moving
And now you know why the active ingredient in Lamisil and Lotrimin are the same.

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Re: Rin.

Post by Strider » Fri May 15, 2009 9:43 pm

DuaneMoody wrote:
No0en wrote:i don't know how to make it look like the foot i moving
And now you know why the active ingredient in Lamisil and Lotrimin are the same.
Copyright infringement?

Government conspiracies?

Bigfoot found in a pudding factory?

I honestly cannot see the connection.

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Re: Rin.

Post by DuaneMoody » Sat May 16, 2009 1:23 am

Strider wrote:
DuaneMoody wrote:
No0en wrote:i don't know how to make it look like the foot i moving
And now you know why the active ingredient in Lamisil and Lotrimin are the same.
Copyright infringement?

Government conspiracies?

Bigfoot found in a pudding factory?

I honestly cannot see the connection.
Both are antifungal creams, ie she'll transmit a nasty infection to her cooter.

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Re: Rin.

Post by Bluest Big Bang » Sat May 16, 2009 1:30 am

I'm not gonna lie. The first exact second I saw Rin, I said hell no. When she started talking, she appeared to be a bitch, and then gradually seemed bored and lazy to the point that I could identify with her. She doesn't care what the hell's going on anymore, as long as she reacts in her mundane and somewhat melancholy way, she's fine. At that point, she started to get cooler.

I may even go back to do her path, but I don't recall any notion of being able to do so. Someone refresh my memory; what's the first branch of the directional tree to get to her?
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Re: Rin.

Post by Khaos » Sat May 16, 2009 1:57 am

I guess, Rin would be pretty good at Taekwondo
...so that's why I'm trying to figure out if there is something I need to figure out and then figure that out before it's too late and all hope is lost.
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Re: Rin.

Post by SABAN » Sat May 16, 2009 4:40 am

Khaos wrote:I guess, Rin would be pretty good at Taekwondo
No, actually.
Tae Kwon-Do needs both arms and legs.
Tae : to trample, flying kick, jumping kick, RIDER KICK
Kwon : fist
Do : art, way

So it means "The way to kick and punch" or "Kicking and Punching for dummies".
Can Rin make a fist?

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Re: Rin.

Post by Khaos » Sat May 16, 2009 5:13 am

SABAN wrote:
Khaos wrote:I guess, Rin would be pretty good at Taekwondo
No, actually.
Tae Kwon-Do needs both arms and legs.
Tae : to trample, flying kick, jumping kick, RIDER KICK
Kwon : fist
Do : art, way

So it means "The way to kick and punch" or "Kicking and Punching for dummies".
Can Rin make a fist?
hm, I just thought, that Taekwondo was the most leg-oriented martial arts that exists...or is there another one?
...so that's why I'm trying to figure out if there is something I need to figure out and then figure that out before it's too late and all hope is lost.
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Re: Rin.

Post by SABAN » Sat May 16, 2009 5:31 am

Khaos wrote:hm, I just thought, that Taekwondo was the most leg-oriented martial arts that exists...or is there another one?
Well, she's already a leg-oriented artist, how do we add "martial" to that?

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Re: Rin.

Post by Khaos » Sat May 16, 2009 6:43 am

SABAN wrote:
Khaos wrote:hm, I just thought, that Taekwondo was the most leg-oriented martial arts that exists...or is there another one?
Well, she's already a leg-oriented artist, how do we add "martial" to that?
Paint Fu?
...so that's why I'm trying to figure out if there is something I need to figure out and then figure that out before it's too late and all hope is lost.
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Isn't a realist just the word for what the cynic calls himself?

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Re: Rin.

Post by vermithrx » Sat May 16, 2009 7:40 am

SABAN wrote:
Khaos wrote:hm, I just thought, that Taekwondo was the most leg-oriented martial arts that exists...or is there another one?
Well, she's already a leg-oriented artist, how do we add "martial" to that?
Have her try to join the army for some reason, or would she be an subconscious objectifier? The painting that launched a thousand cruise missiles...
(Ships are like so last century, like, you know?)

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Re: Rin.

Post by SABAN » Sat May 16, 2009 7:59 am

Khaos wrote:
SABAN wrote:
Khaos wrote:hm, I just thought, that Taekwondo was the most leg-oriented martial arts that exists...or is there another one?
Well, she's already a leg-oriented artist, how do we add "martial" to that?
Paint Fu?
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