How come Mitsuha and Taki never figured out they were three years apart when...
-They have calendars on their phone
-Any diary or note they wrote in each other's phones would have been dated.
-The newspapers around them would be dated with the day, month and year.
-A date would most likely have been written on the chalkboard in the front of their class.
-If they were using laptops or computers, there's a date in the bottom right hand corner.
It's probably not the first thing you think about when you're inhabiting someone else's body. Also. you don't see the year all that often. No one goes around reminding you of what year it is. None of my computers show you the year.
Maybe if Mitsuha was an Apple fangirl, she would have noticed Taki was using an iPhone model that she had never seen before.
He was wrong.
And worse still, he was a retard
Real double whammy.
I like to take ideas that I think could be done better and change them enough so they are mine. I think Jurassic Park would be a good one to rip off. You gotta change them enough though, but that happens naturally just as you go.
>I can't use a book to kill people, that's been done, I'll use....rings!]
A detective uncovers magical rings that make you immortal, but slowly tighten around your finger if you go too long without spinning them, about three days at best. When you spin the ring and look at someone, they'll just die. You obvs can't remove the ring after you've spun it once, it's stuck on you. The only way you can be killed is other rings, or by not spinning your own ring for too long. So anyway, the detective got his ring because he handcuffed this guy and he couldn't spin it so he died and the detective took it.
And so then he decides to go kill the other ringbearers for whatever reason. His first foray takes him to the old age ward of a hospital that has weird deaths that fit the pattern of ring murders. A nurse tells him about a dementia ridden lady they found named Ruby, and when he asks how they know her name, she explains they just call her Ruby cause of a ring that is stuck on her hand real goodlike. Anyway, the detective kills Ruby from afar using his ring and later breaks into the morgue to collect the ring. He is taken aback when it still doesn't budge from her finger like it should. It's superglued on. It was all a ruse! He killed an innocent woman lmao. The real ringbearer gets away, for now at least.
Characters that you want to perform impure acts with
What does /a/ think of the end?
Why is a meme VN like Nekopara getting a perfect kickstarter but Dies Irae translation might not make it's goal
will we ever get an Innocent anime?
How can a show be carried so much by a single character? Is this real life?
Also fuck the schizophrenic mole.
is there anyone fansubbing it?
Are you retarded?
HS subs nothing. They just rip from official streams like CR.
This show is being streamed on Amazon Prime. We'll have to rely on actual fansubs unless they pull a Vivid Strike instead of a Fune no Amu and actually release english subs for some country like the UK. In that case, HS would still not be the ones to rip it
Do you think TYPEMOON even remember they're supposed to be doing a Tsukihime Remake anymore?
>Hey Takeuchi, you ever wonder if we should go back to our roots and finish that Tsukihime Remake?
>No Nasu, I'm wondering why you're not FUCKING ME.
>We ensnare each other like the tentacles of two Alaskan squids, tongues undulating like mollusks...
this thread is reserved for the best girl
please refrain from posting other girls than best girl
how do you fuck up a second season this badly?
Girls you can't waifu because they and their husbandos are too perfect together.
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