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Re: Random minor things that appeal to you

Post by Xaredian » Fri Nov 08, 2013 3:18 am

Solistor wrote:Walking in the city at night with no direction in mind. I grew up mainly in the country, and when we did move into the suburbs I was pretty damn sheltered. It'd be nice to experience walking aimlessly through a city like in Rin's route.
I'm the complete polar opposite. I use to live in a million+ populated city, then moved out to the country.

I like, how, in theory, none of the students needed to leave the campus. As there was a Nurse, food (don't know about dinner, though), the whole deal. It made me get a feeling of nostalgia. As I use to live on a campus, similar to that, with my family, as my father was a dorm director for a year there. Just, the campus wasn't one for students like the ones at Yamaku.

I, also, liked how many of the students were given free reign to where they wanted to go after studies were over.

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Re: Random minor things that appeal to you

Post by Xanatos » Fri Nov 08, 2013 6:32 pm

Xaredian wrote:I, also, liked how many of the students were given free reign to where they wanted to go after studies were over.
If only regular school had always been that way...I sometimes got permission to bail if I finished a test early (and once got to bail on an actual test because I was the only one to ace the previous test) but it wasn't free reign in theory...I was always told I could go chill at the library. Naturally, in practice, I just went wherever. :lol:
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Re: Random minor things that appeal to you

Post by Izzy epic » Fri Nov 08, 2013 10:28 pm

One scene really sticks out was emi's route when they were in the bus travelling to her mothers, the author described how the sound of her prosthetic leg tapping together and other passengers notice it and stare at them, Hisao notices it but Emi doesn't.
This practically describes there relationship at that moment, Hisao sees the cracks and feeling the pressure of these cracks while Emi pretends everything is fine, happy with the distance and how she is treating Hisao, not really giving much thought about how this effects Hisao.

The situation between Emi and Hisao, Hisao does not know where he stands with Emi and is stuck in this arkward awful feeling situation. The tapping of her legs, oblivious to the attention it's bringing really stood out and a well written scene.


Not sure if i explained that well but does any one else think this towards that scene?

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Re: Random minor things that appeal to you

Post by Technomancer » Fri Nov 08, 2013 11:20 pm

I, personally, would love somewhere like tree/ hill where Rin goes.
I like being completely alone with just me and myself.
Just completely fall into your own thoughts.
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Re: Random minor things that appeal to you

Post by Atario » Fri Nov 08, 2013 11:31 pm

Bailey wrote:Hmmmm... Being able to go somewhere like the roof of the school at lunch would be pretty cool. so would having my school on top of a mountain.
My University was on mountainous terrain. It was pretty, but the climbing got real old real fast.

But I agree about the roof thing, that would be sweet.
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Post by masterchiefr75 » Sat Nov 09, 2013 2:32 pm

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Post by Umber » Sat Nov 09, 2013 11:00 pm

Mutou, as a teacher, appealed to me. (I guess I'd die of boredom after the first week but I wouldn't care until the second.)
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Re: Random minor things that appeal to you

Post by Comrade » Sun Nov 10, 2013 2:47 am

Having a student council that actually does stuff.
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Re: Random minor things that appeal to you

Post by RdnLS » Sun Nov 10, 2013 4:56 am

Hanako's private spot in the library is one of my favorites.

The library in my university is always packed and I'd love to go to a place where I can be alone and read a non-educational book.
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Post by Numb » Sun Nov 10, 2013 7:40 pm

I'd just like a place where I'm not the only one with a condition. Being with other people who have some form of disability is comforting, even if it's only for a minute.

That aside, I'd like a school that appreciated the festivals and how much work goes into them. Where I live (Scotland) that never happens, it's actually considered weird to have a desire to go to them in my school, and as such almost all of them are cancelled.This is part of the reason I want to leave the country and live in Japan, because the culture here is long gone in comparison. I also want to celebrate Tanabata for myself one day :wink:
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Re: Random minor things that appeal to you

Post by RdnLS » Sun Nov 10, 2013 9:07 pm

Numb wrote:I'd just like a place where I'm not the only one with a condition. Being with other people who have some form of disability is comforting, even if it's only for a minute.

That aside, I'd like a school that appreciated the festivals and how much work goes into them. Where I live (Scotland) that never happens, it's actually considered weird to have a desire to go to them in my school, and as such almost all of them are cancelled.This is part of the reason I want to leave the country and live in Japan, because the culture here is long gone in comparison. I also want to celebrate Tanabata for myself one day :wink:
Pretty common in Oriental countries. I'm Asian, and my past 2 schools (before I moved to Canada) had grandiose school festivals, even inviting some of the most popular local artists to perform and for the most part, it's ran by students. My friends from Korea, HK, and Singapore tell me the same stuff. I've lived in Asia for so long that I've taken the festivals for granted, only ending up missing every single aspect of it. From the food stalls, game stalls, performances, dances, and the festive feeling, I wish Canada had the same stuff.
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Re: Random minor things that appeal to you

Post by Xanatos » Mon Nov 11, 2013 12:14 am

RdnLS wrote:I wish Canada had the same stuff.
Same here, except in America and I was never in Asia. :lol:
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Re: Random minor things that appeal to you

Post by emmjay » Mon Nov 11, 2013 8:15 am

I love the scenes in Hanako's and Rin's routes set in the city at night. I love cities, I love nights, so those two bits really appeal to me. (The fact that the scene in Hanako's route has jazz doesn't hurt, because I also love me some jazz.)
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Re: Random minor things that appeal to you

Post by Xanatos » Mon Nov 11, 2013 8:54 pm

Going to a school where the only staff are apparently two teachers, a nurse, and a librarian would be nice.
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Re: Random minor things that appeal to you

Post by MegaMoto » Mon Nov 11, 2013 9:29 pm

Xanatos wrote:Going to a school where the only staff are apparently two teachers, a nurse, and a librarian would be nice.
It's actually run by an army of clones it just want's you to think there are than many.

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