First, I'll talk about my thoughts on BW. Lately I've been feeling as if I should play on the Fish server, but I won't be able to have the same sort of friends that can write fluent english. The social interactions you have online is part of the BW online experience to me. I won't be there all the time when I play Starcraft, some on the east server, some on Fish. It's just like how I approach iCCup. I just ladder on iCCup, and maybe the occassional UMS game once in a while.I still have to finish my 36 hours on Fish. Thinking again I don't really know how long I have to stay on Fish until I can ladder. What does the ladder system even look like I think. I notice alot of chaos launcher games. Problem is I can't use an reg file after using my chaos launcher. Fish is indeed fishy, what wonders do I still have to learn about?
Second, I have many animes that I've been watching lately and brooding over the last few weeks. They include mainly Neon Genesis Evangelion and Guyver. I'll show you the opening theme of Neon Genesis Evangelion just to give you a taste of its amazing story, captivating characters, and more. I shall also post the first episode of Guyver as well. You can easily find the whole UK version of the series on Youtube with some decent voice acting. Most of the voice acting though is pretty good and I would probably rate NGE TV-MA and Guyver PG-13 and TV-MAish. If you plan on watching Guyver, brace yourselves for a lot of long winded screams.Back to Neon Genesis, there's a certain amount of psychoanalysis and deep meanings throughout the series that makes me perceive NGE as more than entertainment and the series was one of a kind when it first aired. It conveys a powerful message beyond my understanding. It is to my knowledge that the creator of the series, Hideaki Anno was depressed whilst making NGE which may contribute to the dark psychological nature of NGE. The following quote has relieved me since.
Anno commented in various interviews after the conclusion of the series that "anime fans need to have more self-respect" and to "come back to reality"
Those are all of the things on my mind so far. Thanks for reading.
NGE opening theme
1st episode of Guyver