Mogami (最上) was the lead ship in the four-vessel Mogami class of heavy cruisers in the Imperial Japanese Navy. She was named after the Mogami River in Tōhoku region of Japan. She is the cutest boat, and this is her thread.
This thread is dedicated to Mio Akiyama from the K-On! series.
Mio is the mature but scaredy-cat
bassist, and second vocalist of the band Ho-kago Tea Time.
The bass player of the Light Music Club. Even though she acts mature, calm and collected most of the time, she freaks out from things she's afraid of, are gross, or pertain to gore. She is a tsundere towards Ritsu, often due to Ritsu's immaturity. Because of her extreme shyness, she chose the bass over the more conspicuous guitar. She is so delicate that merely imagining herself being the center of attention almost makes her faint. She plays the bass quite well. She is kind and warm with others, caring about her friends and knowing they are important to her.
Although she is not altogether uninterested in joining a band outside school, the time she spends with the Light Music Club members is the time she enjoys the most, so she has completely devoted herself to the club, and during the school festival performance in the fall of her first high school year, she acted as lead vocalist instead of Yui, who had lost her voice at that time. It seemed like Mio might have overcome her stage fright, but after the performance ended, she tripped over a cord and fell, exposing her panties, and was traumatized anew.
Daily reminder that Mio is love.
i love isabelle
Hug this nug
Yo there's like a million pictures of all these little witch bitches but only one Kurumi.
It's a sad day for /c/
Is there anything that can not be turned into a cute girl?
Some people have wondered, what happens to characters whose sagas don’t continue? What happens when there’s no more official material, and fan artists stop creating new works? Is it possible for a character to die?
As time goes on, and new shows air, many people forget the heroism of Homura Akemi. For some, the grand show goes on, and her story is lost to time. For others, like us, the show never ends; the memory of her lingers. I personally see no need to worry, when the next thing that happens Homura’s official story is nothing. Living a life she would be proud to be a part of, where she lives in my thoughts always, is all the continuation she needs.
So, don’t you fear a lack of continuation for Homura’s story, anon. Don’t worry about the waves of time washing her away. So long as you can remember her in your heart, you will never be alone, and Homura Akemi will never die.
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Previously, in Homura Thread 77