Disturbing Questions about Yamaku

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Re: Disturbing Questions about Yamaku

Post by SpecimenSix » Sun Feb 24, 2013 7:47 pm

OtakuNinja wrote:
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OtakuNinja wrote:On the topic of conspiracies...

About 6 years ago, Disney made 3 movies based on classic literature; Treasure Island, The legend of Zorro and 20 000 leagues under the sea. I'm sure you've seen at least one of them.
I wanted to watch those movies today, but couldn't find a single trace that they were ever made. No information, no pictures, no videos. Google failed. Even Disney's official website couldn't help me. A few minutes ago I found a short previewfrom one of the movies, proof that I'm not insane. As one of the comments said; is this a conspiracy by the US government for some unknown reason? Discuss (and help me find those movies!).
You know I think I may vaguely remember something about Treasure Island, but other than that the only Legend of Zorro and 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea I can recall are old movies. Maybe the government has gotten to me already. :shock:
They're all animated movies.

Jim Hawkins and the kid in Zorro looks the same.
Long John has white hair and a red bandana. Trelawney is short with pinkish clothes. Israel Hands has a beige bandana and a long, white beard.
Don Alejandro has blackish hair (shoulder-length) and a red shirt. Don Carlos looks a bit like Trelawney but longer and less British, with a white beard. Zorro's mute servant has white hair in a pony tail and (maybe?) a wooden leg.
As for the third movie, everyone have blue clothes. :lol: The video is from that movie. ;)
Yea I expected but thinking about it I honestly cannot recall ever seeing or hearing about any of those. The man must have already gotten to me.
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Re: Disturbing Questions about Yamaku

Post by Steinherz » Sun Feb 24, 2013 7:50 pm

Treasure Island, animated movie? That was one of those "Looks like Disney" movies. You know, like Road to El Dorado
In fact that 20,000 Leagues one also looks like a "Disney Look-Alike".
You're probably looking up the wrong movies my friend
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Re: Disturbing Questions about Yamaku

Post by OtakuNinja » Sun Feb 24, 2013 7:53 pm

Steinherz wrote:Treasure Island, animated movie? That was one of those "Looks like Disney" movies. You know, like Road to El Dorado
In fact that 20,000 Leagues one also looks like a "Disney Look-Alike".
You're probably looking up the wrong movies my friend
I didn't expect them to be Disney, although they aired on Disney Channel, and that's the only lead I've got so far. :( Still can't find anything about them, though.
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Re: Disturbing Questions about Yamaku

Post by Steinherz » Sun Feb 24, 2013 7:56 pm

OtakuNinja wrote:
Steinherz wrote:Treasure Island, animated movie? That was one of those "Looks like Disney" movies. You know, like Road to El Dorado
In fact that 20,000 Leagues one also looks like a "Disney Look-Alike".
You're probably looking up the wrong movies my friend
I didn't expect them to be Disney, although they aired on Disney Channel, and that's the only lead I've got so far. :( Still can't find anything about them, though.
Animated Treasure Island
The others I can't find.
I write take a look, would you kindly?
I also draw, kind of.
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Oddball wrote:It's an obvious mistake. Both are disfigured orphans that read alot and both wear green skirts.

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Re: Disturbing Questions about Yamaku

Post by OtakuNinja » Sun Feb 24, 2013 7:59 pm

Steinherz wrote:
OtakuNinja wrote:
Steinherz wrote:Treasure Island, animated movie? That was one of those "Looks like Disney" movies. You know, like Road to El Dorado
In fact that 20,000 Leagues one also looks like a "Disney Look-Alike".
You're probably looking up the wrong movies my friend
I didn't expect them to be Disney, although they aired on Disney Channel, and that's the only lead I've got so far. :( Still can't find anything about them, though.
Animated Treasure Island
The others I can't find.
Nope, that's not it. :| Don't expect to find it immediately, since I've spent the last 12 hours trying, and failing.
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Re: Disturbing Questions about Yamaku

Post by Xanatos » Sun Feb 24, 2013 8:05 pm

Uh... This?
<KeiichiO>: "I wonder what Misha's WAHAHA's sound like with a cock stuffed down her throat..."
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Re: Disturbing Questions about Yamaku

Post by Denouement » Sun Feb 24, 2013 8:34 pm

I'm going to climb on a horse higher than the rest of you and say I'm disappointed in how angry and inconsiderate the people are in this thread. We so commonly say that Katawa Shoujo is just a game... but could we not say that this is just a forum? What's with the cognitive dissonance?

Not really concerned with the subject matter of this thread, but I must commend Fyn's ability to completely refrain from lashing back.

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Re: Disturbing Questions about Yamaku

Post by Steinherz » Sun Feb 24, 2013 8:36 pm

Denouement wrote:I'm going to climb on a horse higher than the rest of you and say I'm disappointed in how angry and inconsiderate the people are in this thread. We so commonly say that Katawa Shoujo is just a game... but could we not say that this is just a forum? What's with the cognitive dissonance?

Not really concerned with the subject matter of this thread, but I must commend Fyn's ability to completely refrain from lashing back.
They did lash back though, look at Xan's post about halfway down on page 7.
If that isn't lashing back I don't know what is.
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Oddball wrote:It's an obvious mistake. Both are disfigured orphans that read alot and both wear green skirts.

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Re: Disturbing Questions about Yamaku

Post by Denouement » Sun Feb 24, 2013 8:41 pm

Private messages? Eh, well, then I mean strictly within the confines of this thread.

And what exactly do you mean by they? I mean Fyn, a single person.

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Re: Disturbing Questions about Yamaku

Post by pandaphil » Sun Feb 24, 2013 9:14 pm

Well, I at least tried to keep things on topic. I was really dissapointed with the direction this thread went too. How about just ignoring someone if you you don't agree with their posts?
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Re: Disturbing Questions about Yamaku

Post by Xanatos » Sun Feb 24, 2013 9:29 pm

Denouement wrote:I must commend Fyn's ability to completely refrain from lashing back.
Your sense of what qualifies as commendable leaves much to be desired. "Oh, he lashed out in private and in other public threads but what a great guy for holding back in this one thread in particular!" :lol:
<KeiichiO>: "I wonder what Misha's WAHAHA's sound like with a cock stuffed down her throat..."
<Ascension>: "I laughed, cried, vomited in my mouth a little, and even had time for marshmallows afterwards. Well played, Xanatos. Well played."
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Re: Disturbing Questions about Yamaku

Post by OtakuNinja » Sun Feb 24, 2013 9:56 pm

Xanatos wrote:Uh... This?
Nope. :(

I just remembered that the studio might also have made a movie about a timemachine.

A young man traveling to the future in search for his father. At one occasion he ends up in a modern parking house.
Most of the film is set in a desert in the future. He meets humans clad in brown, among them a platina-blonde girl named Leila(?). They live in an isolated city and seems to be very primitive.
One night the man follows 6 of the humans to a well in the desert. They perform some kind of ritual, and one of them (boy with red hair?) gets pulled through the sand by a species known as the twilightmen(?).
It ends with the boy finding his father in the t-men's dungeons, along with future-humans. Apparently the t-men use the humans' brain waves to create electricity.
The young man makes peace between the humans and the t-men, and returns to the past with his father.

I hope this made sense. Spent a long time writing it om my cellphone at 3 AM. :roll:
Now I'll have nightmares about the t-men. :cry:
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Re: Disturbing Questions about Yamaku

Post by Xanatos » Sun Feb 24, 2013 9:58 pm

OtakuNinja wrote:Now I'll have nightmares about the t-men. :cry:
Give 'em the chocolate.
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Re: Disturbing Questions about Yamaku

Post by Silentcook » Sun Feb 24, 2013 10:00 pm

Mmyeah, how about we all chill a little, eh?
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Re: Disturbing Questions about Yamaku

Post by Denouement » Sun Feb 24, 2013 10:17 pm

Xanatos wrote:
Denouement wrote:I must commend Fyn's ability to completely refrain from lashing back.
Your sense of what qualifies as commendable leaves much to be desired. "Oh, he lashed out in private and in other public threads but what a great guy for holding back in this one thread in particular!" :lol:
Fyn has not lashed out in other threads, and he did not lash out in this thread. He consistently tried to not exert any negative energy towards anyone in replies despite what has been said. I don't think he should have sent you that message, but from reading everything, he exercised a lot more control than you, and more than I what I'd believe would come from most people in that situation. So yes, I find that commendable insofar as he behaved as such.

I'd just like for everyone to get along, this is the last place I'd expect people to be picking at each other. How silly.

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