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Watatsuki no Yorihime

Watatsuki no Yorihime

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Batman Ninja

01 December 2017 - 11:39 AM

 

Just...watch the trailer.

 

Studio that animated it is the one that made the Jojo OPs, and the staffs are looking really solid.

 

Will this really start the age of CG anime?

Either way, I'm hyped. I love the expressions already here.


Nekorare

22 October 2017 - 11:02 AM

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[CHQ] A Story Just For You

07 July 2017 - 08:53 AM

 

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Prunus Countryside, one hour past midday.

The guildmembers from Cherry Heart departed as soon as the transport was ready, and without taking a long time, they would find themselves already staring at the famed sight of Prunus' vast farmlands that seemed to stretch for eternity aside from the occasional modest farmer houses and the odd trees here and there. It took around half an hour on the bumpy countryside road until the sight of a peculiar mansion rose on the horizon, standing out over everything else in the area. While it wasn't really the fanciest mansion around, compared to the small buildings nearby it was quite worlds apart.

 

Soon they would find themselves on the gates, on where the guard of the mansion asked the driver regarding their business, and once that was sorted out, the guildmembers would be dropped there and be greeted by a man in butler outfit.

 

“Wonderful, quite a splendid timing! You must be from Cherry Heart. My name is Jacques, the head servant of this place, but much to my regret, there is only so little time for idle chitchat right now. Come, the mage has been waiting.”

 

Only giving a little time for the guildmembers to rest, Jacques urged them to follow him inside. Quickly treading through the corridors, the guildmembers would notice the vastness of the insides, yet there was little time to explore right now, and not long afterwards, the group reached one of the primary bedrooms, where they would meet a flowery-looking man in white sitting besides a bed. Getting closer would made them notice the unconscious pink-haired girl lying on the bed - her face constantly changing between a state of bliss and contorted horrified expression.

 

“My my...I did not expect the volunteer group to arrive so quickly. But it's all for the better, all for the better~” The man looked quite awfully cheery as he greeted them. “Indeed, indeed. I am the one that asked you all to come here~

See, I am hired by this family to help find a way for this girl to be cured from her eternal nightmare, and while I have a way to do it...it seems nobody wanted to volunteer themselves to enter her. My neck and reputation is at stake here...so since you're now all here, why don't we chat a bit before I send you all inside?

Perhaps you folks would be quite curious on how would it even be possible to travel into someone's mental world?”

 

On the dream mage's command, the mansion servants had brought in a few small tables and chairs while some others also brought in a full teaset and cookies too. It seemed that the dream mage was quite close to the servants here for some reasons despite him should be a stranger to them all. Still, even with the strangeness, so far he was being quite courteous. Perhaps it's best to find out more regarding him, his magic, or the sleeping beauty over there before they embark on their mission?

 

 

OOC

Fate/Grand Order (US Release!)

26 June 2017 - 05:24 AM

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http://fate-go.us/

 

Alright, so this has been released just a few hours ago in the US. I don't think I'll be playing in the US server, but it'd be great if we get more players in here that plays there - especially since the app ought to be a lot cleaner than the JP side.

 

Anyway, discuss the EN release or the JP release here, it'd be nice to see more /GO players in YCM!


[Writing Discussion] Villains!

22 April 2017 - 02:22 AM

Of course, you know what they were like. From the most ancient story to even how some of us perceive real life now, the whole narrative of a hero overcoming the big, bad, villain has always been there, imprinted in our collective unconscious.

 

And, chances are, most of the stories you'll write will have them too. Sympathetic, completely irredeemable, insane, well-intentioned, not worse than the hero, there is a lot of shades to how a villain takes form in your story. And more often than not, they'll end up be the narrative force that drives the story forward, leading towards its conclusion with their defeat.

 

So with how them usually ends up being pretty important, let's talk about them! Minor or major, let's talk about your experiences in writing any sort of villain anywhere. Let's also talk about what do you think makes a good villain too here.

 

Do you think they should bring out certain emotions from the audience? How much depth do they need ideally? What kind of villains do you think are overdone?