Kancolle Episode 1 Camrip:
Backup stream: https://vimeo.com/115506045
The guy doesn't take his hand off the lens until about 20 seconds into the video, so don't worry when it starts off audio only.
New Girl in Asanagi's twintail harem.
He posted the wrong twitter status
This is what he wanted: https://twitter.com/fatalpulse/status/548874320651382784
Instead he posted an ad for fatalpulse doujins at Comiket.
I'm a bit sad that it's not fairies standing on top of their planes, though I guess that might look out of place when the battle look so serious. Still hoping we get to see some non-pilot fairies around the base, like a bunch of repair fairies running around the bath with towels and such.
Maybe dump a bucket on some of the girl's head.
>everyone else getting fucked silly
>Zuikaku looking like she's about to get lovingly and consensually deflowered
KanColle is corrupting the guy. I bet that's why he took a break instead of continuing the last story.
>Fusou and Yamato class backpack would snap anyone into half.
Well the fact is if you can't survive it slamming into your back, you probably aren't strong enough to carry it any other way regardless.
So they keep their equipments submerge in an underground cave? That's strange, doesn't seem to be a good idea.
Though with how fast that piece of wood was moving it would probably scrape or hurt their arm aswell.
That Ikyu is not cute at all.
>So they keep their equipments submerge in an underground cave? That's strange, doesn't seem to be a good idea.
Everything they use are waterproof. For obvious reasons.
Anyway they were probably deliberately going for the nautical theme, instead of aerial flying gear like every other show. It is a good method to stand out. The heavy chains, the large gears, the industrial equipment. Very much different and has an old-tech feel.
Seem like it would hurt for any BB to be equip like that, their back gear are pretty massive.
Rather than nautical equipping scene like that, I would've prefer if it was more "normal" equipping scene, like a crane slowly lifting the cannons and attaching the girl's back gear, maybe with fairy waving those traffic wand thing nearby Though this is interesting aswell.
I wonder if we'll get to see a scene like this everytime they sortie, would be interesting to see how the subs get equipped since those girls doesn't really have a lot of equipment except their torpedoes.
Both are KanColle Poi
and you're wrong.
Americans are still in bed, post Hyuuga.
>Akagi knows Fubuki because anime Fubuki is the second Fubuki. The first one died in the battle which was talked about in the first episode.
That's my current theory as well.
It is just too suspicious; why does Fubuki get so much attention out of nowhere? A level 1 Destroyer, of all things.
One of the various "canons" for kancolle is that they're just human girls with the spirits of the old ww2 ships inside them. So they remember their deaths and past events, which explains Fubuki dying before.
>She's the predecessor of all modern destroyers.
That still doesn't warrant attention for a fleet already filled with legendary ships.
I just think they probably won't kill any of the girls in the anime itself, but that if they wanted to, they can touch on sinking by making a girl die before the show even started.
Suddenly the eye color change makes sense.
I'll assume you meant this post >>118970070
Line ahead only is a perfectly valid tactic. No need for defense if you manage to kill all the enemy before they hit you.
My mistake. I didn't typeset that one, sorry.
Action seems to not be horrible, but we'll see how CGI really is when we get the episode in normal quality.
It felt really bland and predictable overall. Game quotes became obnoxious after the 20th time. The whole Admiral deal seems weird.
Maybe they will do something interesting with it, but so far it seems to be exactly what was expected. A soulless cashgrab.
>That still doesn't warrant attention for a fleet already filled with legendary ships.
In a sense she's everyone's older sister, so there's that factor. Among the destroyers, anyway. Also Mutsuki is even older but whatever. Details.
>they can touch on sinking by making a girl die before the show even started.
RIP Miyuki never forget
Fubuki had several panty shots. Naka-chan as well.
>a crying Fubuki because admiral appeared to her
Nobody but pre-existing Kancolle fans will take the time to watch a shitty camrip. If there's going to be a spike then it needs to get non-fans on board and that won't happen until it actually airs.
Actual airing won't bring many new fans either. Episode was really bland even if CGI was better than expected.
Anime only fags won't understand half of the episode, won't get any of the 200 game references or won't even know who the hell these people are.
>Actual airing won't bring many new fans either
Well don't they still have issues allowing more people to play? It isn't going to be any good to recruit new fans when people can't log in without a lottery.
Just saw this around, and apparently they're really despise about the leaked camrips.
>Sharing without official permission will be punished by 10 years in prison or 10 million yens due copyright laws.
Looks like several episodes are already finished long before the airing.
Should stay on the same level.
Having watched this as a fan I have a hard time seeing what non-fans would get out of this... well, it's got cute girls.
The cast just seems too damn big for you to get to meet everyone. Though seeing as how the girls from the game only get thirty lines each, I guess it's not that hard.
>Lottery is just marketing at this point. Everybody knows players numbers are nosediving.
That sounds like very counter-productive marketing... Isn't the whole point of F2P is to get as many people started on it as possible? Any restrictions on entry might as well mean lost potential wedding ring sales.
>I have a hard time seeing what non-fans would get out of this
Curiousity. They can finally see what this damn thing is all about in the first place and be confused because of the shit tons of characters rubbing in their face.
I dunno, as a fan of the series I enjoyed it. I suppose it helps that my expectations for the anime were pretty low.
I can't really say how anime only watchers will react, but it doesn't seem all that complicated to regular anime watchers. There are magical(?) mecha musume who fight the monster of the week. Done. Easy.
I think it's more tradition at this point. Everyone has to go through the rite of passage that is the lottery.
You still see a lot of people on twitter lamenting that they couldn't get in after lotteries.
>Isn't the whole point of F2P is to get as many people started on it as possible?
From a business perspective, Kancolle game is not the product, but a marketing tool for a franchise. Kadokawa has already admitted that they wish to gain profit from the merchandise instead of the game itself. People playing the game is the main marketing arm, talking about the girls, drawing about the girls and attracting secondaries to it. At least that's how I see it.
In terms of "characters", the only ones introduced were Fubuki, Mutsuki, Yuudachi, Kaga, Akagi, Sendai, Naka and Jintsuu. Maybe you could argue Nagato and Ooyodo. No one else was really a "character", at least not yet.
Then who fills out every single lottery slot? Bots?
>People playing the game is the main marketing arm, talking about the girls, drawing about the girls and attracting secondaries to it. At least that's how I see it.
Well then what's the point of a barrier of entry for F2P then?
Game wasn't making any money at all. Despite the popularity.
Whole Kancolle generated around 7 billion yen revenue since it started almost 2 years ago.
That's just sad for something supposedly so big. Madoka made over 40 billion in a similar timeframe.
>Game wasn't making any money at all. Despite the popularity.
>Whole Kancolle generated around 7 billion yen revenue since it started almost 2 years ago.
>That's just sad for something supposedly so big. Madoka made over 40 billion in a similar timeframe.
As I say, I blame the crazy idea of having a lottery for F2P.
Imagine needing a lottery to play Angry Birds; that would never fly.
The only people who keep comparing Touhou and Kancolle are idiots and insecure 2hu fans. There's no reason they can't coexist.
Besides, Touhou's recent decline has absolutely nothing to do with Kancolle, since this decline predates Kancolle itself.
I'm just regurgitating what I read in the previous thread. My nip is not good so when Nagato was doing the roll call, I did not understand any words she was saying. The only way I'm seeing it is combined fleet + support, with CV or BB fleet being the main fleet.
That said, all of the discussion is kind of moot. For all we know, the studio is talking liberties in doing their own battle so we can't say whether is this the May event or not. Besides, May event doesn't even have Kongou kai2.
Artificial scarcity perhaps, probably shitty infrastructure or probably deterrence against bots? Who knows.
I lost count how many times I have read this exact discussion and argument.
Here we go again with the Kancolle is dying troll.
The Touhou decline isn't even as bad as people make it out to be, it's numbers just dropped at Comiket but balanced out throughout the year.
Boss was May 2013 but checking it up she also appeared last autumn along the route to autumn boss. That makes sense.
Until you get a few subs or unlock expedition 21, all you're going to get is expedition 5, sorry.
The simple issue is that there is literally no reason to ever spend money on Kancolle besides rings.
You can get every single ship, every single resource, everything pretty much trivially while spending no money at all, this is especially true now that everything in the game is well-documented so there's very little resource drains in the form of RNG experimentation.
Their only income comes from diehard fans who spend money on the game purely for the sake of helping the game.
I think that Kadokawa could potentially cash in pretty good if they started selling cosmetics and other non-gameplay cash items, but frankly I think they need to make Kancolle into an actual game for it to work out.
Touhou has been around for many years already. There is a mountain of difference between popularity and longevity.
>I think that Kadokawa could potentially cash in pretty good if they started selling cosmetics and other non-gameplay cash items
They had already mention the game was not the focus but the merchandise spawning off from it. Let's hope KC kai on vita would be a more 'freemium' game.
>And yet you still see people try to compete in lottery.
That doesn't matter to the bottom line. Artificial scarcity is suppose to benefit the company by raising prices of the product you sell. But deliberately making it hard to play a F2P game doesn't increase profits.
The people getting locked out of a failed lottery are potential lost customers. There is no reward to frustrate people if they haven't paid you a dime yet.
>I think that Kadokawa could potentially cash in pretty good if they started selling cosmetics and other non-gameplay cash items
True. As it is furniture is the only way so far.
>but frankly I think they need to make Kancolle into an actual game for it to work out.
I have other methods in mind, actually. Not necessarily drawing alternate sprites for everyone though, that might be too much work.
The browser game isn't a money making vehicle, it's used to generate hype and spread the word for the game. Since a new F2P player isn't a practice dummy for P2W player like in other games, there's no net benefit to attracting too many people. They'll want to keep their player base small and niche like Otaku sheep to sell their merchandise instead of risking alienating them by becoming too main stream.
>There is no reward to frustrate people if they haven't paid you a dime yet.
Man, the nature of this whole damn game is to frustrate the player. The whole reason why the player has not left is the promise of cute girls. I think Japanese mobage works on a different level than what we expected.
I actually like the business model that Kancolle is shifting toward quite a bit.
They run the game itself (which is a non-game, to be frank) as a sort of promotional charity. This gets people hooked onto the characters in the franchise, and instead they make their money back in physical merch.
It's a surprisingly honest business model and I have to say I like it better than the ultra-jew western model of making millions of dollars by selling pixels to children.
I can't say how long the franchise will be able to survive on it though. Kancolle doesn't exactly maintain a steady stream of new things to go for.
There's actually a lot of reasons why the lottery is a really good thing to have. First of all, the fact of the matter is that most people won't just up and abandon the series if they can't get into the lottery once, if they're already trying to get in they're already interested in the series and will stick around for some time.
If they can't get into the game, they'll instead start getting into secondary material as a proxy or a tie-over. Reading doujinshi or manga online, watching the anime, watching Nico videos and MADs. This secondary material is the primary hook for the series, not the game itself, so it's ideal for Kadokawa if people start digging into it before actually getting to the game itself.
Furthermore, the game is not something with endless replayability by any means. It has very limited multiplayer content, and very limited content in general. It does not take a very long time at all for someone to get through most of the content by the end of the game and then stop playing, possibly abandoning the franchise altogether. However if they drag things out by letting only a few people in at a time then the later players will have much more content to get through than the early players, and will have old event ships and other uncommon things hanging in their face that will take much more effort to get than it did when they were first released.
Take Nowaki from the latest event for instance. Many older players considered the event to be extremely short and easy, but for those that either started playing recently and couldn't get to her or joined too late/missed the event, they will now have to go through hell if they want to get Nowaki (and more importantly Eugen) into their fleet at whatever point in the future they're rereleased.
There are probably even more reasons that I haven't even considered, but the point is that there's more thought behind the lottery than it might seem.
>Char wouldn't let that happen if he was around.
Char would protect three time better than any other admirals could.
Molest them three time faster aswell.
Oh god it's that guy.
This was totally on purpose right?
>watching the entire episode in a weird dutch angle
my head hurts.
Fubuki a cute.
Well if you really don't want to tilt your head then VLC have the option to rotate the video angle.
Like it matters with a fucking camrip.
Thanks for proving that you're just a memespouting idiot who repeats what other people say to fit in without ever learning why people said those things in the first place.
I know why VLC is hated. Its quality is shit. But then so is the camrip.
Unless anon is concerned about quality being even worse.
I see. Is there anything else you can think of?
I like it, and I like the way that they include a lot of characters and having those characters be related to the story rather than adding them for no reason, also, Kuma and Tama are in so it's a wonderful first episode. Though I'll reserve my hype until after four or five episodes have pass, there's a lot of good show that start well but go downhill soon afterward.
I wonder how many events the anime will cover, seeing how they've already completely obliterated the first event with Anchorage.
I don't think there's anymore, from my limited experience, the other player that can rotate can only rotate in full 90 degrees and not free rotation.
Oh yeah, should've thought of that. I was SHAFT tilting my head the whole time.
>how many events the anime will cover
Considering the ships that will appear, probably until summer 2013 but as I had earlier said, the team is taking liberties with the battle, so the event may not even be covered at all. Even so, we do not have any reports of subs appearing in the anime, if I remember correctly.
It's okay to say that animated Fubuki is pretty cute right.
Summer 2013, so Yamato event? Maybe the subs will show up as a surprise, I hope they will, even if it's just Imuya and Goya.
Aye, Naka is way too cool, much cooler than her sisters in this episode. Love her damage pose after being fired upon aswell.
And aye, the action in this episode is great, hope they can keep this level of quality up, the air battle would be pretty cool to see like this.
>the SOL stuff
Would probably drop a ton of references to the game. I'm not too worried about that, in fact I would rather see more of that rather than battle. The battle is something the player see more often than SoL stuff in the game.
Oh yeah, we haven't really seen a lot of the SoL stuff in this episode, so strange of them to start the series off by blowing up the first event boss. Well I hope the SoL aspect include exploring how each of the game mechanic work, I want to see the writer try to come up with explanation for stuff like why we can only sortie four fleets when we can have up to a hundred girls or what are those blue goop in the bucket we throw on the girls.
>She's beaming like a flagship but it's all in the past.
>She never gave up, not even till the end.
Fubuki a duplicate confirmed.
In a more serious note, they're totally channeling Savior of Song here.
Kuso TTK sunk his starter and now has to raise a new Fubuki.
>First thing she says in the anime
Truly the best girl, this made my day.
So it took most of their fleet just to chase away one of the bosses.
Why won't Abyss launch a full scare offensive? 12 Wo's and all the bosses in one place. Japan would get fucked in one day.
Chase away? I thought the girls were on the offense?
>Why won't Abyss launch a full scale offensive?
Same reason why you can't launch a full scale offensive with all your girls.
Would she poi if one does lewd things to her?
Of course, a poi with every thrust or stroke. The better question would be when doesn't she poi.
>Why won't Abyss launch a full scare offensive?
My pet theory is simply that they have not even thought of it. The abyss are a hive mind except, there's no actual centralised command, every pocket or map has a boss that controls the abyss in that area. Once struck down, the whole abyssal fleet became disorganised and disbanded until a boss emerge again. The events are usually when an abyssal fleet almost reaches sentience and require a more powerful fleet to rid them off.
Even if you could send all your ships at once combined might of Abyss would completely obliterate you.
Sound like tyranids and a bit like the BETA, kill the central system and they just break down. This would explain why you can't do the events again since all the Abyss in those area turn harmless.
Assuming we have unlimited supplies against the Abyss then the girls can keep fighting aslong as you have repair or goddess fairies. Then again, we have no clear number on how large the Abyss forces is other than they manage to wrestle control of the oceans away from humanity.
It would probably get annoying real fast though, and you'll probably wake everyone in the fleet up.