'Sweet Voice'

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Re: 'Sweet Voice'

Post by Peorth » Mon Jul 27, 2009 3:05 pm

Hydra wrote:Hisao's ridin the red river?
Even if the author is silenced, the performance is stopped, the story will not end.

Whether it's a comedy or a tragedy, if there is cheering, the story will continue on.
Just like the many lives.
For the us who are still in it and still in the journey, send warm blessings.

---We will continue to walk down this path until eternity.

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Re: 'Sweet Voice'

Post by Out of the Loop » Mon Jul 27, 2009 4:14 pm

Peorth wrote:
Hydra wrote:Hisao's ridin the red river?
Hahaha, goddamnit that's not an image I needed :lol:

On topic: Very good story, Silentcook. I enjoyed the aspect of Misha acting on her own accord and not being the voice of Shizune. Refreshing to see this.

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Re: 'Sweet Voice'

Post by Necrous » Mon Aug 08, 2011 1:19 am

Got directed here after a reference from a "Blooper Reel".

Glad that I was. That was a very good story. ^_^ Thumbs up.

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Re: 'Sweet Voice'

Post by Petermeter » Mon Aug 08, 2011 8:11 am

Out of the Loop wrote:Mon Jul 27, 2009 9:14 pm
Necrous wrote:Mon Aug 08, 2011 6:19 am
oh and btw, your name is quite fitting here ;)
On a related note, this fic is quite good though.
Ranking after act 1:
Hanako > Rin >> Lilly > Shizune > Emi
I played the routes in that order, every ending and all.
Ranking after full playthrough:
Lilly > Emi >> Rin ~ Hanako > Shizune

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Re: 'Sweet Voice'

Post by Red_Machine » Mon Aug 08, 2011 1:55 pm

I'm with Necrous on this one. A very well-written piece. Makes me want a Misha route even more now...

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Re: 'Sweet Voice'

Post by bintoy » Fri Aug 19, 2011 9:13 pm

that was very good! good use of words. no word was overused. seemed magical to me. especially since I like Misha the best. and Misha was so in character.
abscess wrote:One of the things that seemed odd was that Misha said "Hisao-kun" instead of "Hicchan," but that may be because it'd weird calling Hisao "Hicchan" in front of other people outside of school... or something. The other one was she said "Shizu-chan" instead of "Shicchan".... or am I remembering things incorrectly here?
you know when parents call their children in full name when they want to get attention? Maybe that's how Misha did it. y'know, she was so riled up with Hisao she can't say Hicchan. and re: "Shizu-chan" maybe the mood was too deep to be using nicknames. Then it doesn't ruin the mood while reading anymore. :D
It seemed odd to me too though, before I thought of this up.
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Re: 'Sweet Voice'

Post by griffon8 » Fri Aug 19, 2011 9:45 pm

At the time the story was written, the devs hadn't settled on the forms of address to use. Note Act 1 doesn't include any -kun, -chan (except as part of nicknames), -senpai, and so on.
I found out about Katawa Shoujo through the forums of Misfile. There, I am the editor of Misfiled Dreams.

Completed: 100%, including bonus picture. Shizune>Emi>Lilly>Hanako>Rin

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Re: 'Sweet Voice'

Post by cosmicmustache » Sun Feb 09, 2014 9:21 pm

Silentcook wrote:... some sort of Machiavellian mental judo match.
Love that description, and really enjoyed the story. Had some comments to make about consistencies before I realized A) the age of the original post and B) who the hell I was talking too (always, always, ALWAYS know your audience). I bow in humble subservience.


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