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2013-04-22 03:41:45 PM  

shortymac: Rwa2play: Jim from Saint Paul: shortymac: Ooooooooo thank you! I need a "turn brain off" comedy right now.

[ibdp.huluim.com image 512x288]

It's the "Blazzing-Saddles/Spaceballs/Young-Fraknestein" of anime. Watch in japanese for full effect.

"FLCL" is far zanier.  FAR zanier; a "coming-of-age" story on steroids.

I watched it in high school and I didn't like it.

My Anime friends and I developed a theory that you have to be a guy to like it.


Wait ur a gurl?!?!?!?

*headasplodes*
 
2013-04-22 03:53:16 PM  

shortymac: Rwa2play: Jim from Saint Paul: shortymac: Ooooooooo thank you! I need a "turn brain off" comedy right now.

[ibdp.huluim.com image 512x288]

It's the "Blazzing-Saddles/Spaceballs/Young-Fraknestein" of anime. Watch in japanese for full effect.

"FLCL" is far zanier.  FAR zanier; a "coming-of-age" story on steroids.

I watched it in high school and I didn't like it.

My Anime friends and I developed a theory that you have to be a guy to like it.


Eh, maybe?

Jim from Saint Paul: Wait ur a gurl?!?!?!?

*headasplodes*


She's a geek girl.  Geek girls are cool.

/adjusts his Fez hat
 
2013-04-22 04:00:41 PM  

Jim from Saint Paul: shortymac: Rwa2play: Jim from Saint Paul: shortymac: Ooooooooo thank you! I need a "turn brain off" comedy right now.

[ibdp.huluim.com image 512x288]

It's the "Blazzing-Saddles/Spaceballs/Young-Fraknestein" of anime. Watch in japanese for full effect.

"FLCL" is far zanier.  FAR zanier; a "coming-of-age" story on steroids.

I watched it in high school and I didn't like it.

My Anime friends and I developed a theory that you have to be a guy to like it.

Wait ur a gurl?!?!?!?

*headasplodes*


I KNOW RIGHT!!!!! :p

LOL, it's funny, I go to fark parties and people have said "WOW I thought you where a guy!" because I hang out in nerdy threads.
 
2013-04-22 04:17:26 PM  

shortymac: Jim from Saint Paul: shortymac: Rwa2play: Jim from Saint Paul: shortymac: Ooooooooo thank you! I need a "turn brain off" comedy right now.

[ibdp.huluim.com image 512x288]

It's the "Blazzing-Saddles/Spaceballs/Young-Fraknestein" of anime. Watch in japanese for full effect.

"FLCL" is far zanier.  FAR zanier; a "coming-of-age" story on steroids.

I watched it in high school and I didn't like it.

My Anime friends and I developed a theory that you have to be a guy to like it.

Wait ur a gurl?!?!?!?

*headasplodes*

I KNOW RIGHT!!!!! :p

LOL, it's funny, I go to fark parties and people have said "WOW I thought you where a guy!" because I hang out in nerdy threads.


I married a woman who had just enough geek in her to understand. To her: If the show is good, the show is good. She expects me to filter out stuff I don't think she'll like and we go from there. She's more caught up on Naruto then I am for crying out loud.
 
2013-04-22 04:28:27 PM  
Oh, I haven't seen it mentioned previously in the thread, but if you liked the Tenchi Muyo ova series, you should really check out GXP, one of its spinoff series.  It's Shinichi Watanabe's (Nabeshin to some) take on the world, and he not only brings the funny, but manages to expand the world significantly while staying true to the original in a way a lot of spinoffs just don't seem to manage.

/also liked War on Geminar and Ryo-Ohki
//the character rewrites in Universe are terrible though
 
2013-04-22 04:31:19 PM  

Arumat: shortymac: Arumat: TV's Vinnie: But on a 90's anime subject, let me just say that Lodoss War is what the Dungeons & Dragons saturday morning show SHOULD have been like, imo.

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There's a reason for that.  The story was based on a tabletop rpg session.

is there anything out there like it? I FARKING love this series.

There's not a whole lot of "high fantasy" anime out there that I can recommend that hasn't already been noted, but if you can handle making the jump from pen and paper rpg to mmo as a base, you could check out Sword Art Online.  It starts out with the release of a new virtual reality game, and during the first day of play all the players are informed that they're trapped in the game until somebody defeats the final boss and if they die in the game they die for real.  If you want to stay in the same setting, but switch most of the serious drama out for comedy, Rune Soldier Louie takes place in the same setting, just not on a subcontinent that's been cursed.  I'd also recommend Outlaw Star, since it's sort of like Lodoss War, but in space.


I wish the codex Alera would be turned into an Anime.  I think the two lend themselves to being mixed up pretty naturally.

I also wish Tarrantino would direct The lies of Locke Lamora. I sincerely doubt I'll ever get either =(
 
2013-04-22 04:43:10 PM  

shortymac: Rwa2play: Jim from Saint Paul: shortymac: Ooooooooo thank you! I need a "turn brain off" comedy right now.

[ibdp.huluim.com image 512x288]

It's the "Blazzing-Saddles/Spaceballs/Young-Fraknestein" of anime. Watch in japanese for full effect.

"FLCL" is far zanier.  FAR zanier; a "coming-of-age" story on steroids.

I watched it in high school and I didn't like it.

My Anime friends and I developed a theory that you have to be a guy to like it.


That... makes a lot of sense.
 
2013-04-22 04:46:11 PM  

Jim from Saint Paul: shortymac: Jim from Saint Paul: shortymac: Rwa2play: Jim from Saint Paul: shortymac: Ooooooooo thank you! I need a "turn brain off" comedy right now.

[ibdp.huluim.com image 512x288]

It's the "Blazzing-Saddles/Spaceballs/Young-Fraknestein" of anime. Watch in japanese for full effect.

"FLCL" is far zanier.  FAR zanier; a "coming-of-age" story on steroids.

I watched it in high school and I didn't like it.

My Anime friends and I developed a theory that you have to be a guy to like it.

Wait ur a gurl?!?!?!?

*headasplodes*

I KNOW RIGHT!!!!! :p

LOL, it's funny, I go to fark parties and people have said "WOW I thought you where a guy!" because I hang out in nerdy threads.

I married a woman who had just enough geek in her to understand. To her: If the show is good, the show is good. She expects me to filter out stuff I don't think she'll like and we go from there. She's more caught up on Naruto then I am for crying out loud.


My Hubby and I are nerds as well, but in different ways, which is why we work so well IMHO. He's more sci-fi, I'm more fantasy. He loves Star Trek, I prefer Star Wars.
 
2013-04-22 04:48:12 PM  

Arumat: Oh, I haven't seen it mentioned previously in the thread, but if you liked the Tenchi Muyo ova series, you should really check out GXP, one of its spinoff series.  It's Shinichi Watanabe's (Nabeshin to some) take on the world, and he not only brings the funny, but manages to expand the world significantly while staying true to the original in a way a lot of spinoffs just don't seem to manage.

/also liked War on Geminar and Ryo-Ohki
//the character rewrites in Universe are terrible though


It also resolves the whole "so many women" problem the only way it really could.
 
2013-04-22 04:56:32 PM  
Also, I haven't seen anyone recommend this anime:

Crest of the Stars:

www.watchcartoononline.com

Awesome series, awesome sci fi with a fantasy like back story/universe.
 
2013-04-22 05:01:37 PM  

Jim from Saint Paul: shortymac: johnMTS: Did anyone else like Le Chevalier d'Eon?  I thought it was pretty good but very hard to describe to others without sounding farked up.

Farked up like:

1) Evangelion
2) Eleven Lied
3) Game of Thrones

Or some mixture thereof?

My 2 episodes in snyposis:

1800's French setting (pre-revolutionary war). Political intrigue. Guy's sister dies due to it. Oh look zombies. STRONG zombies. And the dead sister takes over the guy's body whenever danger arrives, complete with change of hairstyle, face, etc. Guy realizes it happens yet has no momeory of when it happens. He will find out why all these things are happening to him and why his sister died.

So... no mixture of any. Just extremley odd sounding. Kinda works so far though.



There's also the monsters powered by liquid mercury and events tie into French politics.
 
2013-04-22 05:24:45 PM  
shortymac: Ooooooooo thank you! I need a "turn brain off" comedy right now.

www.behindthevoiceactors.com

Pani poni dash is great for being random, but still having characters you'll like.
 
2013-04-22 05:27:05 PM  

timujin: thamike: Okay, the last one was 79, but the 70s were cooler too. There's a reason why the late 70s and 80s are called the Golden Age of Anime, and the 90s aren't it.

Fist of the North Star and Vampire Hunter D are from from the 80's as well.

Also, in addition to Ghost in the Shell, my favorite anime of all time is from the 90's, Ninja Scroll.


KENSHIRO!

I have never bothered with the remake  but i have to concur with the general sentiment 70-80's golden age 90's silver age 2000's stone age.
 
2013-04-22 05:27:21 PM  
 
2013-04-22 05:47:20 PM  

shortymac: Good I love EVA and I'm glad I wasn't the only one who noticed that around the middle it got weird and navel-gazy.  I liked the original ending though, it's about him working through his issues and problems and becoming self-actualized.


The thing is, I think that was supposed to happen more gradually.  A lot of stuff in the second half just doesn't make sense when you consider the foreshadowing events of the first half and the direction the narrative was flowing.

shortymac: Crest of the Stars: Awesome series, awesome sci fi with a fantasy like back story/universe.


Wait, does that show ever get out of its expository funk?  I could see it trying so hard and I wanted so much to like it (partially because I met the author of the books), but I couldn't glom onto it.  I could tell it had depth, but I guess the protagonist was too passive for me.  I sat through a few episodes and not only did the series firmly establish that he was a scrub, he was very much placed by circumstances set up by others.  He wasn't unlikeable but I guess he was too much of a blank slate.

One show you might like, if you give it a chance, is Mai Otome.  It leans pretty heavy on the fanservice (kind of a necessary evil I guess), but it's a sci-fi anime, there's tons of character depth and a very involved plot.  The main character straddles the fine line between cute and annoying, but she's also genuinely strong.  Side characters like Shizuru, Miyu and Haruka are a joy to watch.  The show certainly has its downsides but even without the fanservice I'd rank it among my favorites.  With, I got a geeky lesbian friend of mine quite hooked.
 
2013-04-22 05:51:30 PM  

Cyno01: shortymac: Rwa2play: Jim from Saint Paul: shortymac: Ooooooooo thank you! I need a "turn brain off" comedy right now.

[ibdp.huluim.com image 512x288]

It's the "Blazzing-Saddles/Spaceballs/Young-Fraknestein" of anime. Watch in japanese for full effect.

"FLCL" is far zanier.  FAR zanier; a "coming-of-age" story on steroids.

I watched it in high school and I didn't like it.

My Anime friends and I developed a theory that you have to be a guy to like it.

That... makes a lot of sense.


FLCL is awesome.  And I know several girls that like it.  Granted, half of them are lesbians...
 
2013-04-22 05:52:21 PM  

dragonchild: shortymac: Good I love EVA and I'm glad I wasn't the only one who noticed that around the middle it got weird and navel-gazy.  I liked the original ending though, it's about him working through his issues and problems and becoming self-actualized.

The thing is, I think that was supposed to happen more gradually.  A lot of stuff in the second half just doesn't make sense when you consider the foreshadowing events of the first half and the direction the narrative was flowing.

shortymac: Crest of the Stars: Awesome series, awesome sci fi with a fantasy like back story/universe.

Wait, does that show ever get out of its expository funk?  I could see it trying so hard and I wanted so much to like it (partially because I met the author of the books), but I couldn't glom onto it.  I could tell it had depth, but I guess the protagonist was too passive for me.  I sat through a few episodes and not only did the series firmly establish that he was a scrub, he was very much placed by circumstances set up by others.  He wasn't unlikeable but I guess he was too much of a blank slate.

One show you might like, if you give it a chance, is Mai Otome.  It leans pretty heavy on the fanservice (kind of a necessary evil I guess), but it's a sci-fi anime, there's tons of character depth and a very involved plot.  The main character straddles the fine line between cute and annoying, but she's also genuinely strong.  Side characters like Shizuru, Miyu and Haruka are a joy to watch.  The show certainly has its downsides but even without the fanservice I'd rank it among my favorites.  With, I got a geeky lesbian friend of mine quite hooked.


It does, the follow-up series Banner of the Stars and Battleflag of the Stars have space battles, warfare, and politics.

The main character is still a bit passive but I like how the male is placed in the "helper/consort" role and the girl is the "leader" for a change.
 
2013-04-22 05:57:21 PM  

shortymac: I like how the male is placed in the "helper/consort" role and the girl is the "leader" for a change.


Ladies and gentlemen, as amazing as it sounds, this gal is NOT talking about Slayers.
 
2013-04-22 06:01:03 PM  

RatMaster999: Cyno01: shortymac: Rwa2play: Jim from Saint Paul: shortymac: Ooooooooo thank you! I need a "turn brain off" comedy right now.

[ibdp.huluim.com image 512x288]

It's the "Blazzing-Saddles/Spaceballs/Young-Fraknestein" of anime. Watch in japanese for full effect.

"FLCL" is far zanier.  FAR zanier; a "coming-of-age" story on steroids.

I watched it in high school and I didn't like it.

My Anime friends and I developed a theory that you have to be a guy to like it.

That... makes a lot of sense.

FLCL is awesome.  And I know several girls that like it.  Granted, half of them are lesbians...


Obviously it's not 100% true and it was just a trend my high school anime friends and I noticed.

I did sort of notice the same trend with Catcher in the Rye, again not 100%. I also discovered I personally just can't tolerate "whiny rich kids with problems" stories. The only exception is Ellis' "Less than Zero" but I think it's because the narrator is passive and GTFO of there.
 
2013-04-22 06:01:27 PM  

shortymac: dragonchild: shortymac: Good I love EVA and I'm glad I wasn't the only one who noticed that around the middle it got weird and navel-gazy.  I liked the original ending though, it's about him working through his issues and problems and becoming self-actualized.

The thing is, I think that was supposed to happen more gradually.  A lot of stuff in the second half just doesn't make sense when you consider the foreshadowing events of the first half and the direction the narrative was flowing.

shortymac: Crest of the Stars: Awesome series, awesome sci fi with a fantasy like back story/universe.

Wait, does that show ever get out of its expository funk?  I could see it trying so hard and I wanted so much to like it (partially because I met the author of the books), but I couldn't glom onto it.  I could tell it had depth, but I guess the protagonist was too passive for me.  I sat through a few episodes and not only did the series firmly establish that he was a scrub, he was very much placed by circumstances set up by others.  He wasn't unlikeable but I guess he was too much of a blank slate.

One show you might like, if you give it a chance, is Mai Otome.  It leans pretty heavy on the fanservice (kind of a necessary evil I guess), but it's a sci-fi anime, there's tons of character depth and a very involved plot.  The main character straddles the fine line between cute and annoying, but she's also genuinely strong.  Side characters like Shizuru, Miyu and Haruka are a joy to watch.  The show certainly has its downsides but even without the fanservice I'd rank it among my favorites.  With, I got a geeky lesbian friend of mine quite hooked.

It does, the follow-up series Banner of the Stars and Battleflag of the Stars have space battles, warfare, and politics.

The main character is still a bit passive but I like how the male is placed in the "helper/consort" role and the girl is the "leader" for a change.


Pretty much this.  I found it refreshing that the main male protagonist was quiet, competent, but relatively passive - it's a nice change from the usual angst ridden teenagers we usually see.  Lafiel really becomes the star of the series and he becomes the sidekick, confidant, counselor, etc...
 
2013-04-22 06:02:56 PM  

dragonchild: shortymac: I like how the male is placed in the "helper/consort" role and the girl is the "leader" for a change.

Ladies and gentlemen, as amazing as it sounds, this gal is NOT talking about Slayers.


I must watch Slayers now, not only for the D&D reference but for girl characters that kick ass and take names.
 
2013-04-22 06:08:39 PM  
Good anime.
Cool anime.

Both excellent examples of a properly constructed oxymoron.
 
2013-04-22 06:38:50 PM  

shortymac: I must watch Slayers now, not only for the D&D reference but for girl characters that kick ass and take names.


Well, to be more accurate, Lina's squeeze isn't a "helper/consort" so much as a punching bag.

WATCH. IT. SUBBED.
 
2013-04-22 06:40:09 PM  

dragonchild: shortymac: I must watch Slayers now, not only for the D&D reference but for girl characters that kick ass and take names.

Well, to be more accurate, Lina's squeeze isn't a "helper/consort" so much as a punching bag.

WATCH. IT. SUBBED.


Already am, on hulu.

/teh internets is awesome
 
2013-04-22 06:51:30 PM  

dragonchild: shortymac: I must watch Slayers now, not only for the D&D reference but for girl characters that kick ass and take names.

Well, to be more accurate, Lina's squeeze isn't a "helper/consort" so much as a punching bag.

WATCH. IT. SUBBED.


oh god, I just watched the first episode and I'm reminded of Dakken and Urielle.

The whole destroying a town was right outta our adventure.
 
2013-04-22 08:19:19 PM  

shortymac: dragonchild: shortymac: I must watch Slayers now, not only for the D&D reference but for girl characters that kick ass and take names.

Well, to be more accurate, Lina's squeeze isn't a "helper/consort" so much as a punching bag.

WATCH. IT. SUBBED.

Already am, on hulu.

/teh internets is awesome


Slayers is just eleventy levels of awesome.  It just is!
 
2013-04-22 08:36:16 PM  

Mister Peejay: Millennium: Here's a surprisingly non-spoilery taste from one of the greatest anime music videos ever made.

It's odd, shows that aren't appealing sometimes make great AMVs.


Yeah, even though I'm generally a Gainax fan, I couldn't get into Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt at all, but I loved this music video of it. It captured the zany manic energy of the show perfectly.
 
2013-04-22 08:37:44 PM  

Heron: johnMTS: Antimatter: ambercat: I can't believe I'm the only one who liked Revolutionary Girl Utena. That and Sailor Moon have to be my two favorite shoujo series.

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Love Utena.  It's one of the few shows I own in multiple versions, the other being Lain.  Was sad when Utena's japanese voice actress died a few years ago form cancer.

I liked the movie but couldn't get into the series,  I'm more a fan of action though with Macross Frontier and the recent Gundams as favorites.  The release schedule of Gundam Unicorn is enough to make someone commit murder.

Revolutionary Girl Utena is great, and that Sailor Moon was made in Japan, in the 90s, is one of the big reasons why I respect anime so damn much.


Wanted to comment on this one at length since I'm at home now.

Sailor Moon will always, always be my favorite anime.  Always.  Started seeing it on US TV, liked it...then saw the last few eps involving Nephlite.  Powerful would be too strong a word for those episodes, but they were very different from what I had seen in anime.  Became a fan and always will be.  The fact that this show which has been off the air in Japan for almost 20 years now (and off US air since the end of the 4th season) still has fans that love it to this day is a testament to how enriching that show is to the people that watched it.
 
2013-04-22 08:56:03 PM  
shortymac:

I must watch Slayers now, not only for the D&D reference but for girl characters that kick ass and take names.

May I also suggest Fairy Tail, Claymore, and Railgun.
 
2013-04-22 09:13:27 PM  

TOY Moose: shortymac:

I must watch Slayers now, not only for the D&D reference but for girl characters that kick ass and take names.

May I also suggest Fairy Tail, Claymore, and Railgun.


There's a different thread about Fairy Tail.
 
2013-04-22 09:40:54 PM  

shortymac: RatMaster999: Cyno01: shortymac: Rwa2play: Jim from Saint Paul: shortymac: Ooooooooo thank you! I need a "turn brain off" comedy right now.

[ibdp.huluim.com image 512x288]

It's the "Blazzing-Saddles/Spaceballs/Young-Fraknestein" of anime. Watch in japanese for full effect.

"FLCL" is far zanier.  FAR zanier; a "coming-of-age" story on steroids.

I watched it in high school and I didn't like it.

My Anime friends and I developed a theory that you have to be a guy to like it.

That... makes a lot of sense.

FLCL is awesome.  And I know several girls that like it.  Granted, half of them are lesbians...

Obviously it's not 100% true and it was just a trend my high school anime friends and I noticed.

I did sort of notice the same trend with Catcher in the Rye, again not 100%. I also discovered I personally just can't tolerate "whiny rich kids with problems" stories. The only exception is Ellis' "Less than Zero" but I think it's because the narrator is passive and GTFO of there.


Catcher in the Rye came up in discussion in my fiction class today...more than a few dudes agreed with me wanting to beat Holden to death with a length of rubber hose.  Sweet Xenu, I hate that book.  I might rather read Twilight than read it again...
 
2013-04-22 10:22:01 PM  
Uchiha_Cycliste:
Have you seen the light hearted. difficult to locate second season "Fumuffu"?

Difficult to find??  Funimation has it on their YouTube channel.  All of it.
 
2013-04-22 10:29:57 PM  

Jim from Saint Paul: shortymac: Ooooooooo thank you! I need a "turn brain off" comedy right now.

[ibdp.huluim.com image 512x288]

It's the "Blazzing-Saddles/Spaceballs/Young-Fraknestein" of anime. Watch in japanese for full effect.


My God, that single image is a good example of what Excel sounds like when she talks.  In the singular.

/but whenever Il Palazzo talks, all I hear is Takahashi Ryousuke
 
2013-04-22 10:32:55 PM  
shortymac:
I watched it in high school and I didn't like it.

My Anime friends and I developed a theory that you have to be a guy to like it.


Makes sense.  One of the layers of Meaning is that it's a perspective of what it feels like for a boy going through puberty to fall in love with a girl before realizing what it is he's feeling.
 
2013-04-22 10:33:12 PM  

RatMaster999: shortymac: RatMaster999: Cyno01: shortymac: Rwa2play: Jim from Saint Paul: shortymac: Ooooooooo thank you! I need a "turn brain off" comedy right now.

[ibdp.huluim.com image 512x288]

It's the "Blazzing-Saddles/Spaceballs/Young-Fraknestein" of anime. Watch in japanese for full effect.

"FLCL" is far zanier.  FAR zanier; a "coming-of-age" story on steroids.

I watched it in high school and I didn't like it.

My Anime friends and I developed a theory that you have to be a guy to like it.

That... makes a lot of sense.

FLCL is awesome.  And I know several girls that like it.  Granted, half of them are lesbians...

Obviously it's not 100% true and it was just a trend my high school anime friends and I noticed.

I did sort of notice the same trend with Catcher in the Rye, again not 100%. I also discovered I personally just can't tolerate "whiny rich kids with problems" stories. The only exception is Ellis' "Less than Zero" but I think it's because the narrator is passive and GTFO of there.

Catcher in the Rye came up in discussion in my fiction class today...more than a few dudes agreed with me wanting to beat Holden to death with a length of rubber hose.  Sweet Xenu, I hate that book.  I might rather read Twilight than read it again...


Oh Jesus god GOOD! GOOD I SAY!

It gets lauded as such a "deep" book and "the coming of age" novel, but it's a whiny rich kid manifesto. The only review that made it a little easier for me to sallow was that the main character is suffering PTSD from both the death of his brother and seeing the kid commit suicide.

Okay, PTSD at least gives you a bit of an excuse to be emo, a bit.
 
2013-04-22 10:54:25 PM  

TOY Moose: shortymac:

I must watch Slayers now, not only for the D&D reference but for girl characters that kick ass and take names.

May I also suggest Fairy Tail, Claymore, and Railgun.


I liked Index, I loved the Sisters story arc, but Railgun is merely okay.  The problem is that the writers made Kuroko far beyond over-the-top to the point where it's unwatchable.

Yes, I know the second season of Railgun is airing.  Yes, I know that it's the side story for the Sisters arc.  I'm holding my breath.

/will admit that the Level Upper is on my MP3 player's main rotation, though
 
2013-04-22 10:56:16 PM  

Mister Peejay: Uchiha_Cycliste:
Have you seen the light hearted. difficult to locate second season "Fumuffu"?

Difficult to find??  Funimation has it on their YouTube channel.  All of it.


it does *now* back in the days of AonE and Anbu, things were tougher.
 
2013-04-22 11:58:40 PM  
Drakin020:
Could you be looking for the "Gall Force" series of movies?

HOLY shiat. Dude that's it! Gall Force the Eternal Story!

Caught a few YouTube videos of it and that's it for sure!

Man I've been looking for years as to what this anime was.


Glad I could help. Have most of them on DVD and AVI (Eternal Story, Destruction, Stardust War, Rhea Gall Force, Earth Chapter, New Era). Still need 'Ten Little', 'The Revolution', and 'Scramble Wars'.

Don't ask where I got'em, I just got'em
 
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