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Re: Random KS Discussion

Post by SpunkySix » Sun Dec 28, 2014 3:26 am

brythain wrote:
SpunkySix wrote:So it's literally Emi's route, then?
Laterally, maybe. But with an extra limb or two (rounding up).
Laterally, literally, toe-may-toe, toe-mah-toe, whatevs.

Also,

No Legs > One Arm Stump

No debates, it's mathematical fact.
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Re: Random KS Discussion

Post by ParagonTerminus » Sun Dec 28, 2014 12:22 pm

SpunkySix wrote:
brythain wrote:
SpunkySix wrote:So it's literally Emi's route, then?
Laterally, maybe. But with an extra limb or two (rounding up).
Laterally, literally, toe-may-toe, toe-mah-toe, whatevs.

Also,

No Legs > One Arm Stump

No debates, it's mathematical fact.
Except for the fact that Miki gets an advantage in Suzu's branch (I hope); I haven't read more than two chapters of her branch yet, but I'm putting all my money on the fact that the stump WILL be used during playtime.
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Re: Random KS Discussion

Post by SpunkySix » Sun Dec 28, 2014 2:40 pm

Yes, and Rin will give Hisao a footjob. I'm sure of it.
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Re: Random KS Discussion

Post by brythain » Sun Dec 28, 2014 7:55 pm

SpunkySix wrote:Yes, and Rin will give Hisao a footjob. I'm sure of it.
Wait, aren't we supposed to be in the DLC thread by now?
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Re: Random KS Discussion

Post by AaronIsCrunchy » Mon Dec 29, 2014 8:22 am

My computer went well and truly tits-up a few days ago, and so as a consequence I've lost (among many, many other stuff) all my KS progress. In a way it's nice as I get to build the menu picture up again and start anew, but losing a shitload of pictures (probably ~400) sucked arse. Moral of the story: back shit up.
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Re: Random KS Discussion

Post by SpunkySix » Mon Dec 29, 2014 12:40 pm

AaronIsCrunchy wrote:Moral of the story: back shit up.
Excellent advice... that's how I got the good ending in Emi's route the first time.

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Re: Random KS Discussion

Post by bhtooefr » Mon Dec 29, 2014 1:53 pm

Comic Sans?

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Re: Random KS Discussion

Post by Atario » Mon Dec 29, 2014 5:30 pm

scorptatious wrote:So, I've been reading through the fanfic "Sisterhood"

A drunken Hanako and Hisao silently grinding on each other while a completely oblivious Lilly struggling somewhat playing the Cello right in front of them has got to be one of the funniest things I've read in a while.

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Re: Random KS Discussion

Post by CoffeeDrive » Mon Dec 29, 2014 9:28 pm

SpunkySix wrote:Yes, and Rin will give Hisao a footjob. I'm sure of it.
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Re: Random KS Discussion

Post by brythain » Tue Dec 30, 2014 12:25 am

For those of you who'd like to read more about modern Japan and Japanese culture in English, this year's best book for me was David Pilling's 'Bending Adversity—Japan and the Art of Survival'. [Amazon Link]

I've also been influenced a little by the Japanese classic 'The Tale of Genji', which is Naomi's favourite book in my headcanon. [UNESCO Summary PDF] [Interesting article (PDF) about the text]

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Re: Random KS Discussion

Post by ParagonTerminus » Tue Dec 30, 2014 11:46 am

brythain wrote:For those of you who'd like to read more about modern Japan and Japanese culture in English, this year's best book for me was David Pilling's 'Bending Adversity—Japan and the Art of Survival'. [Amazon Link]

I've also been influenced a little by the Japanese classic 'The Tale of Genji', which is Naomi's favourite book in my headcanon. [UNESCO Summary PDF] [Interesting article (PDF) about the text]

Happy new year!
Good, now I too can go and pick up a sexy cripple girl!

All I need to do is figure out which limb/organ I should permanently and irreversibly damage...
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Re: Random KS Discussion

Post by SpunkySix » Tue Dec 30, 2014 5:40 pm

ParagonTerminus wrote:
brythain wrote:For those of you who'd like to read more about modern Japan and Japanese culture in English, this year's best book for me was David Pilling's 'Bending Adversity—Japan and the Art of Survival'. [Amazon Link]

I've also been influenced a little by the Japanese classic 'The Tale of Genji', which is Naomi's favourite book in my headcanon. [UNESCO Summary PDF] [Interesting article (PDF) about the text]

Happy new year!
Good, now I too can go and pick up a sexy cripple girl!

All I need to do is figure out which limb/organ I should permanently and irreversibly damage...
Obviously your heart. Chicks dig heart attack guys.
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Re: Random KS Discussion

Post by ParagonTerminus » Wed Dec 31, 2014 9:35 am

SpunkySix wrote:
ParagonTerminus wrote:
brythain wrote:For those of you who'd like to read more about modern Japan and Japanese culture in English, this year's best book for me was David Pilling's 'Bending Adversity—Japan and the Art of Survival'. [Amazon Link]

I've also been influenced a little by the Japanese classic 'The Tale of Genji', which is Naomi's favourite book in my headcanon. [UNESCO Summary PDF] [Interesting article (PDF) about the text]

Happy new year!
Good, now I too can go and pick up a sexy cripple girl!

All I need to do is figure out which limb/organ I should permanently and irreversibly damage...
Obviously your heart. Chicks dig heart attack guys.
Sounds good. Plus, the path to heart attack involves eating mounds of junk food, so it's a win-win!
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Re: Random KS Discussion

Post by SpunkySix » Wed Dec 31, 2014 11:52 am

I was asked out once, and it didn't even give me a life-altering heart attack.

Complete bullshit, if you ask me...
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Re: Random KS Discussion

Post by Megumeru » Wed Dec 31, 2014 2:36 pm

brythain wrote:For those of you who'd like to read more about modern Japan and Japanese culture in English, this year's best book for me was David Pilling's 'Bending Adversity—Japan and the Art of Survival'. [Amazon Link]

I've also been influenced a little by the Japanese classic 'The Tale of Genji', which is Naomi's favourite book in my headcanon. [UNESCO Summary PDF] [Interesting article (PDF) about the text]

Happy new year!
Genji no monogatari or:
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