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Re: The Sea of Japan

Post by Orcapon on 22nd March 2013, 12:31 pm

I was on the puella magi wiki to see if there were any major differences between the manag/anime which would make it so that I would have to watch the anime in order to get a reliable enough version(the manga's reliable enough though the anime has more dialouge and details since well, it has more space and stuff) and I found that it has a giant page full of every single yuri implication o.o
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Re: The Sea of Japan

Post by jokool on 22nd March 2013, 3:25 pm

Duel question:

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Link to screenshot since it's cut off.

So I activate megalo's eff and send marksman to the grave. Opponent sends veiler to the grave to negate megalo's eff. I resummon marksman, but then remember that since it's a cost to activate the effect, that it stays in the grave, so I send it back to the grave. Then I wonder whether marksman's eff could still be activated. Guy quit before I could do anything else.

So this is my question: If the effect of megalo (or any monster like that) is negated, but the monster I send to the grave has an effect that activates from the grave when it activates a monster's eff, can the monster sent to the grave still activate it's effect, or can it not since the other monster's eff never activated?
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Re: The Sea of Japan

Post by Orcapon on 22nd March 2013, 3:34 pm

"■This card will negate effects that activate or apply on the field. It will not negate an effect that activates in the Graveyard.[1] "

ruling on effect vieler :I

also effect vieler negates the eff, not activation so the cost goes through, also effect vieler only negates effects which activate/resolve on the field so you're good :I
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Re: The Sea of Japan

Post by Truthseeker4449 on 22nd March 2013, 4:44 pm

Chaos wrote:I was on the puella magi wiki to see if there were any major differences between the manag/anime which would make it so that I would have to watch the anime in order to get a reliable enough version(the manga's reliable enough though the anime has more dialouge and details since well, it has more space and stuff) and I found that it has a giant page full of every single yuri implication o.o
Didn't you notice that pretty much the entire plot is built on yuri? It's only natural such a page should exist.


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Re: The Sea of Japan

Post by Lief Katano on 22nd March 2013, 4:48 pm

It is?


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Re: The Sea of Japan

Post by Truthseeker4449 on 22nd March 2013, 5:08 pm

Spoilers for Puella Magi

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The whole reason that Modoka has that much potential is because Homora went back in time to save her. And she didn't do just once or twice but many, many, many times. You don't do something like that out of pity alone, there's far more to it

Also, based on what I've seen so far, Haki behaves a bit like Spirit Energy, specifically, Spiritual Pressure, or how much spirit energy is being released. If the person is strong enough, those nearby (or even far away in some cases) can be knocked out or paralyzed by this energy alone. Spiritual Pressure can also cut objects even if the blade doesn't touch the object (example, nearby mountains being completely destroyed by Ichigo meerly blocking Aizen's sword).


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Re: The Sea of Japan

Post by Orcapon on 22nd March 2013, 5:22 pm

Truthseeker4449 wrote:
Chaos wrote:I was on the puella magi wiki to see if there were any major differences between the manag/anime which would make it so that I would have to watch the anime in order to get a reliable enough version(the manga's reliable enough though the anime has more dialouge and details since well, it has more space and stuff) and I found that it has a giant page full of every single yuri implication o.o
Didn't you notice that pretty much the entire plot is built on yuri? It's only natural such a page should exist.
No I did not notice it aside from Sayaki and Hitomi's goofing off :I
Truthseeker4449 wrote:Spoilers for Puella Magi

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The whole reason that Modoka has that much potential is because Homora went back in time to save her. And she didn't do just once or twice but many, many, many times. You don't do something like that out of pity alone, there's far more to it

Also, based on what I've seen so far, Haki behaves a bit like Spirit Energy, specifically, Spiritual Pressure, or how much spirit energy is being released. If the person is strong enough, those nearby (or even far away in some cases) can be knocked out or paralyzed by this energy alone. Spiritual Pressure can also cut objects even if the blade doesn't touch the object (example, nearby mountains being completely destroyed by Ichigo meerly blocking Aizen's sword).

PMMM spoiler
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I based it off of the fact that she called her her only friend, she was in the hospital, and Madoka was the first one to be truly nice to her once she was discharged. I honestly just figured it was a friendship which transcended time and space itself since I've been reading One Piece for a long time, and Oda has stated that the strawhats are just friends, not lovers in anyway

Oda has stated that haki works in similar ways like you said, but its completely linked to the person's will power, at least the knock out version. Basically it only knocks out people so weak that fighting them would be a waste of time for you. As for the slicing/cutty one, you can train that one, and later there's a whole chapter explaining most of the details :I
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Re: The Sea of Japan

Post by Truthseeker4449 on 22nd March 2013, 5:26 pm

Chaos wrote:Oda has stated that haki works in similar ways like you said, but its completely linked to the person's will power, at least the knock out version. Basically it only knocks out people so weak that fighting them would be a waste of time for you. As for the slicing/cutty one, you can train that one, and later there's a whole chapter explaining most of the details :I
Spirit Energy likely has similar links to willpower (it's never been stated directly, unless life force counts). I am eager to get to that chapter.


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Re: The Sea of Japan

Post by jokool on 22nd March 2013, 5:31 pm

Chaos wrote:"■This card will negate effects that activate or apply on the field. It will not negate an effect that activates in the Graveyard.[1] "

ruling on effect vieler :I

also effect vieler negates the eff, not activation so the cost goes through, also effect vieler only negates effects which activate/resolve on the field so you're good :I

Thanks for clearing that up.
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Re: The Sea of Japan

Post by Orcapon on 22nd March 2013, 6:07 pm

-is on dn-
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Re: The Sea of Japan

Post by Truthseeker4449 on 22nd March 2013, 6:09 pm

My computer is laggy, so I won't be watching for now.


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Re: The Sea of Japan

Post by Lief Katano on 22nd March 2013, 6:12 pm

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Re: The Sea of Japan

Post by jokool on 22nd March 2013, 6:20 pm

Chaos wrote:-is on dn-
Excited I'll be there in just a minute!
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Re: The Sea of Japan

Post by Orcapon on 22nd March 2013, 6:33 pm

I got first turn quasar then Lief was left with a face down and a monster, next turn I got scrap dragon out, tributed a monster to kill his then had quasar and scrap finish him off, t'was my best hand ever
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Re: The Sea of Japan

Post by Truthseeker4449 on 22nd March 2013, 6:35 pm

And you wonder why I won't duel you.


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