Misha's disabillity?

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Re: Misha's disabillity?

Post by PureLionHeart » Sat Nov 06, 2010 3:40 am

Two sets of lungs via birth defect.
It allows for her hearty WAHAHAs.
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Re: Misha's disabillity?

Post by Rocket Science » Sat Nov 06, 2010 4:22 am

So that explains the drills!

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Re: Misha's disabillity?

Post by Yuurei » Sat Nov 06, 2010 9:16 am

neumanproductions wrote:
Yuurei wrote:Maybe, like I wrote days ago, they were both sended at Yamaku when they were children and they are childhood friends.
This has already been proven false as Misha, when Shizune goes to get drinks, tells Hisao that she was just placed by Shizune and they became best friends. This all happens during the (Shanghaied scene)
Shanghaied scene in library wrote:Hisao: I've always been curious as to how these two met. "Do ypu two go far back or something? Childhood friends? Next-door neighbors?"
Misha: "Haha...Sorry, Hicchan, it's not anything like that, even if it would be cuter that way. When I can to this school, they just placed me next to Shicchan, and she looked like a very serious person."
Hisao says later that he wants to know more about where Misha learned sign language so I have no doubt we will get to see that down the Shizune route and maybe a few of the others.
God this is one of those scenes that makes me want Misha so much.
I totally forgot. Meniere was really a false alarm then.

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Re: Misha's disabillity?

Post by Mirri » Sun Nov 14, 2010 9:09 pm

I would love to see her being deaf herself (not from birth tho since she is able to talk) and her being just a really good lip-reader.

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Re: Misha's disabillity?

Post by Esquire » Mon Nov 15, 2010 4:27 am

Mirri wrote:I would love to see her being deaf herself (not from birth tho since she is able to talk) and her being just a really good lip-reader.
Well, one problem with that theory is Misha plays "Guess Who?" with Hisao and she responds to him from behind when he speaks.

Maybe she was deaf though, and got a Cochlear Implant afterwards? Then decided that since she was almost through school at Yamaku anyways that she should finish there since its the school she knows and loves? It would explain part of her volume control problems and lack of hearing sometimes.
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Re: Misha's disabillity?

Post by Mirri » Mon Nov 15, 2010 4:57 am

Esquire wrote:
Mirri wrote:I would love to see her being deaf herself (not from birth tho since she is able to talk) and her being just a really good lip-reader.
Well, one problem with that theory is Misha plays "Guess Who?" with Hisao and she responds to him from behind when he speaks.

Maybe she was deaf though, and got a Cochlear Implant afterwards? Then decided that since she was almost through school at Yamaku anyways that she should finish there since its the school she knows and loves? It would explain part of her volume control problems and lack of hearing sometimes.
She is just really good at guessing!!!! Or mistakes in the script or so. I have to be right. j/K
Would add a nice twist to all the scenes with her not understanding any subtext.

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Re: Misha's disabillity?

Post by Leotrak » Mon Nov 15, 2010 6:28 am

Oooooh! I know!

She's blind to subtleties!

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Re: Misha's disabillity?

Post by Sgt_Frog » Mon Nov 15, 2010 9:20 am

I'm probably going to go with "partially deaf" and/or "cochlear implant". Or one of those hearing aid things. It would explain her large hair drills. They're to hide the hearing aids.

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Re: Misha's disabillity?

Post by Rocket Science » Mon Nov 15, 2010 9:23 am

Maybe she doesn't have outer ears.

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Re: Misha's disabillity?

Post by Yuurei » Mon Nov 15, 2010 10:05 am

Her hairstyle is the worst enemy, we can't see anything from it. Sure she loves to hide the lateral side under pink drills and waves, and this matters a lot to me. :/

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Re: Misha's disabillity?

Post by neumanproductions » Mon Nov 15, 2010 1:27 pm

The hearing-aids being hid by her hair easily fits with my prediction, so I will fledge my full support of it.
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Re: Misha's disabillity?

Post by Smoku » Mon Nov 15, 2010 5:36 pm

I know! Misha's deaf too. She ain't mute. and she's a master lip reader....

Yea... no.

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Re: Misha's disabillity?

Post by Sgt_Frog » Fri Nov 19, 2010 1:04 am

I just realized something. I was reading the TvTropes page for "Narutaru" (aka "Shadow Star" in the US) for whatever reason, and the main character's name is...Shiina. Oh crap. You might be asking "Well, what's so bad about that? Characters have the same names all the time." What's so bad about it is...the series, Narutaru? It starts out really cutesy and fun, right? Summer vacation at her grandparent's house, finding a star-shaped dragon creature, etc. Oh, but it gets so much worse. Rape, gory torture and murder, extremely abusive parents, it's got it all.

But I digress. Back to the name. Okay, I think I know why Misha prefers being called "Misha". See, if you write "Shiina" in kanji, it means "empty husk" or "seed that will never sprout". Yikes. Not exactly a pleasant name, is it?

If you think this needs a thread of its own to discuss this, by all means start one. I was unsure whether or not to start one so I just put it here for now.

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Re: Misha's disabillity?

Post by cemex » Fri Nov 19, 2010 1:54 am

Sgt_Frog wrote:I just realized something. I was reading the TvTropes page for "Narutaru" (aka "Shadow Star" in the US) for whatever reason, and the main character's name is...Shiina. Oh crap. You might be asking "Well, what's so bad about that? Characters have the same names all the time." What's so bad about it is...the series, Narutaru? It starts out really cutesy and fun, right? Summer vacation at her grandparent's house, finding a star-shaped dragon creature, etc. Oh, but it gets so much worse. Rape, gory torture and murder, extremely abusive parents, it's got it all.

But I digress. Back to the name. Okay, I think I know why Misha prefers being called "Misha". See, if you write "Shiina" in kanji, it means "empty husk" or "seed that will never sprout". Yikes. Not exactly a pleasant name, is it?

If you think this needs a thread of its own to discuss this, by all means start one. I was unsure whether or not to start one so I just put it here for now.
Hey, speaking of kanji, if you write Mikado in kanji, what does that mean?
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Re: Misha's disabillity?

Post by AapoAlas » Fri Nov 19, 2010 2:38 am

A quick search reveals a pretty obvious choice, which could, of course, be wrong: 帝 - read "mikado", means the emperor of Japan. Also refers to the gates of an Imperial residence.
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