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Non-El-Hazard Topical Discussions / Scrapped Princess
« on: July 28, 2003, 10:37:30 pm »
In the spirit of starting threads inspired by other threads, who here has seen Scrapped Princess?

If you're a fan of fantasy anime, anime that are original and entertaining or just anime in general, I recommend this series highly. Pacific Cassul is the prophecised "Scrapped Princess," the one who will destroy the world when she turns 16. And so, she is thrown away at birth. Now, just months before her 16th birthday, she is on the run with her adopted older brother and sister through a medieval style world. It's an interesting, well animated series based on a popular fantasy manga. The series leaves you guessing though out, "where does this take place?" "what is the real time period?" what will happen next?" And, it almost always ends in a cliffhanger.

Scrapped Princess is currently airing on Japanese TV. It's also being fansubbed by AnimeJunkies and ANBU. Everyone I've talked to who has seen it becomes a fan almost instantly. I think most of you would enjoy it as well. All you'll need is the Bit Torrent Client. Then, simply head on over to AnimeJunkies to find the epsiodes (currenlty up to 15). New episode every week! I believe there will be 24 total.

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El-Hazard Online / El Hazard animated GIFs
« on: July 20, 2003, 11:12:11 pm »
Well, I was just checking on my old AOL FTP index and it's still active! Even though I stopped paying them months ago (heh heh, suckers). I found a couple animated Ifurita GIFs I did quite awhile ago on my old G3 (pre-meltdown). You're welcome to add them to the site if you like.





And, while it's not El Hazard, I believe you mentioned before that one of your brothers is into Burn Up? Check out this billboard ^^;

And one more, getting back to animated GIFs. For you Baiko and Tamasabaro fans ^_^

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Non-El-Hazard Topical Discussions / Nighthawks
« on: July 18, 2003, 04:00:41 am »
Well, it's almost 2AM. And here I am plunking away on the board. Why? Can't sleep. Don't ask why, the humidity has finally dropped to a reasonable level. I used to stay up this late on the internet all the time (it was the only time I could really do so). But now my work schedule has changed and I can't really do so any more. Oh but I do miss it, it's so quiet about. And there's no one around. Guess I really still am nocturnal after all? ^_^

Anyway, anyone else here keep late hours? If you can't sleep, ever jump on the internet and try to shake it off? It used to amuse me when my friends would get off to go to bed, then you'd see them pop back an hour later or so. "Couldn't sleep..." ^.^

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Non-El-Hazard Topical Discussions / Nighthawks
« on: July 18, 2003, 04:00:41 am »
Well, it's almost 2AM. And here I am plunking away on the board. Why? Can't sleep. Don't ask why, the humidity has finally dropped to a reasonable level. I used to stay up this late on the internet all the time (it was the only time I could really do so). But now my work schedule has changed and I can't really do so any more. Oh but I do miss it, it's so quiet about. And there's no one around. Guess I really still am nocturnal after all? ^_^

Anyway, anyone else here keep late hours? If you can't sleep, ever jump on the internet and try to shake it off? It used to amuse me when my friends would get off to go to bed, then you'd see them pop back an hour later or so. "Couldn't sleep..." ^.^

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Hi folks. My latest project, Helena's Videogame Music Haven is now open to the public! I host free MP3s from rare and hard to find game soundtracks. Right now, you can download the punchy tracks from Dead or Alive and the beautiful orchestrations from Shenmue. I plan on hosting even more tracks when I get more space. For now, you can stop by the forum and help people track down rare videogame music and talk about games, music or just about anything else. Please stop by if you have a moment!

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Hi folks. My latest project, Helena's Videogame Music Haven is now open to the public! I host free MP3s from rare and hard to find game soundtracks. Right now, you can download the punchy tracks from Dead or Alive and the beautiful orchestrations from Shenmue. I plan on hosting even more tracks when I get more space. For now, you can stop by the forum and help people track down rare videogame music and talk about games, music or just about anything else. Please stop by if you have a moment!

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OK, let's all give a chronological breakdown of our descent into otaku madness! Everyone has a story to tell (don't front, you know you're a fiend too)
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1982: Saucer starts watching reruns of Starblazers on local TV.

1986: Saucer starts watching first broadcast run of Robotech. This show, and Starblazers become two of my favorite "cartoons" of all time. Their animation, depth of story, etc... causes them to stick in my mind longer than anything. Also around this time, Voltron and some other giant robot show run on TV. They don't really mean as much to me.

1992: MTV starts running reruns of Speed Racer. Never could get into that show.

1994: Saucer's best friend Booze keeps telling him (OK, I neeed to stop talking in the third person now) to watch this funny ass anime called Ranma 1/2. He finally sits me down and we watch it. I laugh my ass off. Also this year, I start working at a video store that carries alot of anime. Booze tells me to take advantage of my free rentals and start bringing over some anime. We watch Bubblegum Crisis, Akira, Gunbuster, The Guyver, MAPS, Tank Police, Appleseed, Black Magic M66, Gall Force, Urotsokidoji (^^;;; ), Fist of the North Star and many others.

1996: I start working at the Library. I notice they seem to have, and have access to, an awful lot of manga and anime. I gradually get more and more serious about fandom.

1998: I discover a local PBS Station, KTEH, is running uncut (and often subtitled) anime on Sunday nights. Including Tenchi Muyo, Urusei Yatsura and Key the Metal Idol.

1999: My life begins to fall apart (we won't get into that right now) and I find solace in anime. I go full-blown, non-stop, frothing otaku. And, the rest is history as they say.

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OK, let's all give a chronological breakdown of our descent into otaku madness! Everyone has a story to tell (don't front, you know you're a fiend too)
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1982: Saucer starts watching reruns of Starblazers on local TV.

1986: Saucer starts watching first broadcast run of Robotech. This show, and Starblazers become two of my favorite "cartoons" of all time. Their animation, depth of story, etc... causes them to stick in my mind longer than anything. Also around this time, Voltron and some other giant robot show run on TV. They don't really mean as much to me.

1992: MTV starts running reruns of Speed Racer. Never could get into that show.

1994: Saucer's best friend Booze keeps telling him (OK, I neeed to stop talking in the third person now) to watch this funny ass anime called Ranma 1/2. He finally sits me down and we watch it. I laugh my ass off. Also this year, I start working at a video store that carries alot of anime. Booze tells me to take advantage of my free rentals and start bringing over some anime. We watch Bubblegum Crisis, Akira, Gunbuster, The Guyver, MAPS, Tank Police, Appleseed, Black Magic M66, Gall Force, Urotsokidoji (^^;;; ), Fist of the North Star and many others.

1996: I start working at the Library. I notice they seem to have, and have access to, an awful lot of manga and anime. I gradually get more and more serious about fandom.

1998: I discover a local PBS Station, KTEH, is running uncut (and often subtitled) anime on Sunday nights. Including Tenchi Muyo, Urusei Yatsura and Key the Metal Idol.

1999: My life begins to fall apart (we won't get into that right now) and I find solace in anime. I go full-blown, non-stop, frothing otaku. And, the rest is history as they say.

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Non-El-Hazard Topical Discussions / Cosplay nutters
« on: June 15, 2003, 02:50:53 pm »
OK, many cosplay people have dedication to their work and attention to detail. But this guy is completely out of control.


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Non-El-Hazard Topical Discussions / Cosplay nutters
« on: June 15, 2003, 02:50:53 pm »
OK, many cosplay people have dedication to their work and attention to detail. But this guy is completely out of control.


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Non-El-Hazard Topical Discussions / Horse Pilot
« on: May 28, 2003, 06:48:23 pm »
This here is an opportunity to say the first randomly constructed sentence that comes to mind. Don't worry about the what and why? The When is now!

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Non-El-Hazard Topical Discussions / Horse Pilot
« on: May 28, 2003, 06:48:23 pm »
This here is an opportunity to say the first randomly constructed sentence that comes to mind. Don't worry about the what and why? The When is now!

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Non-El-Hazard Topical Discussions / Your DVD Collection
« on: April 14, 2003, 09:39:56 pm »
In case any of you utilize the fabulous service known as DVDaficionado.com, here's mine:

http://dvdaficionado.com/dvds.html?cat=1&id=dick+saucer

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