Finish securing a new source of caps for Rage of Bahamut. Still can't find End Cards. Since I came home late from school, I ran out of time to do my weekly episode pages. Thurs will be catch up day. PM me if you need me.
Oh my god, thanks old friend for the laugh. Just love how they posted the hands and the indicator thing (what you call those things?). I haven't laugh so hard in a long time. I was really working hard this month.
204 is definitely filler. It had some fun parts, but overall, it was decent. It's great to see the Celestial Spirits and what makes them unique. I had fun guessing what key goes to which Celestial Spirit in the new ending theme song.
I only got 3 right. I don't know my Greek Zodiac and symbols well.
We got more action in this week's episode. It felt more of a summary or a play by play commentary on how raids are conducted. I see Naotsugu is developing an affair with our healer while it's Christmas festivities with Log Horizon and other guilds on the other side.
I thought they remain in GGO to hunt the last members of Laughing Coffin. Not sure if this is a filler or not since I haven't read the light novel. I see it was adapted from the series when I looked it up, Volume 8, Caliber, Part 1-3.
It was okay episode. I did wish to know why Sinon pick Cait Sith as her group. Do bowmen are exclusive to only Cait Sith? Sinon would definitely pick bow and arrow because she is so used to sniping.
They should bring everyone on the mission. Egil has to take care of his cafe. That's poor excuse.
Not to spoil you, but what Bolin said in his argument with Mako about Kuvira is similar to what Bolin said in one of the Hustle episodes. Korra and Avatar has good writing and all the pieces fit together.
Speaking of prequels that build the series, I'm going to purchase the Rift series as soon as the omnibus becomes available. I have bought the series in separate issues. They are so thin and fragile.
I heard Rift focuses on how Aang build Republic City while it covers Toph's relationship with her parents.
As for Varrick, I definitely see how that fits into play.
Seeing your patterns of what you post, mostly Batman and dinosaurs. I don't think you caught on what Dream and I had told you about your battle threads. I believe you should take a break from the forum and explore other parts of the community.
I just finished watching the episode while I was working after coming home tonight. I feel the rushing and making sneak peeks less special to make this last season a bit memorable. I agree they should be making trailers better.
Seeing Toph tormenting poor Korra bring back memories of how she treated Aang. I thought Raava leaving Korra's body was more of a spiritual issue. Looks like remnants of metal poisoning was also a factor. Then again, Korra might be facing both physical and spiritual trauma.
Ah yes, I was waiting to Eska's reactions towards Opal. Oh well. Looks Varrick is up to no good with his spiritual vine experiments. Seeing Mako and Bolin fight added more to the drama.
Speaking of Bolin and Mako, have you heard of Republic City Hustle? It's a short 3 episode micro series that stars Mako and Bolin and how they got into pro bending.
I gave a show a try. It was a bit of ecchi, action, fantasy show that wasn't boring. It was fine. Just watch the episode on HULU. Our young hero's valiant efforts caught the eye of a war maiden who is smitten by him. I guess the stronger characters are the flashier ones with unrealistic armor.
Call me crazy, this show reminds me of Tatsumi and Esdeath except our war maiden isn't too sadistic. She doesn't torture folks, but she loves challenges and will kill folks even on her side for humiliating her beloved.
Episode 4 had a tribute to one of the fallen soldiers, Sheila. It was really quick. One of our main characters died in the first four episodes compare to Akame ga Kill, we lost a main character in episode 6. The manga builds their Sheila and her group's background way before the mission before Mars. We get a more complete story I believe. I forget the details.