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  1. Alright, time for set two! First, a remaster of Sleeping Terror: Then, uh . . . it's called Hotter, Hotter. I don't know anything else about it. (Got a cool picture of Yuuka though) And finally, 'New World' a vocal arrangement of Necrofantasia:
  2. I wouldn't count scores of your own picks, but it's up to you if you want to say if it's yours or not.
  3. While rating by numbers is arbitrary, I can compile them into a percentage at the end so we can see who has the rated song and best average, so that would be preferable. (added this to the OP as well)
  4. Alright, we're ready to start, and we'll start with these three. First, a vocal arrangement of Oriental Memory: Second, a Jazz/big band medley from Touhou 14 (not sure what is going on though): Third, a medley of Shanghai Teahouse, Wind God Girl, and Tomboy in Love:
  5. Belated, but I may as well say, I rather liked all of these. The standout, though, is definitely Miracles aren't called miracles for nothing. I don't hear arrangements of Capital City of Flowers enough, but I always enjoy them. This was certainly a good one.
  6. I guess this is what we've got. I need music picks from Rantos and Drunken Flower, and we can start.
  7. Today's the last day to sign up, for anyone else that may be interested.
  8. That's the idea. It's more about sharing than winning anyway. That, hopefully.
  9. The Remix Tournament has returned for another attempt. This is essentially a game of sharing and rating music remixes that we have found. It's not really much of a competition, and there's not really much of a prize in the end, so don't worry about anyone taking this too seriously. It will go like this: every participant will send three remixes/arrangements/etc to me via PM. Then, I will post three of all the pieces in the thread, and everyone will comment on them and rate them. A day or two later (depending on how many people we have and how fast they post), I will post the next set and we'll do it again. We continue like this until we've gone through all the pieces, and we find out who had the highest rated song, best average rating, etc. So, if you want to join, post here, then send me a PM with your choices. Sign-ups will last one week, assuming we have enough interested people. While rating by numbers is arbitrary, I can compile them into a percentage at the end so we can see who has the rated song and best average, so that would be preferable.
  10. I'll definitely be looking (listening?) into this.
  11. Sorry to hear that, I would have loved to have you.
  12. That's too bad. I ended up with a good set of players though.
  13. I am working on setting up and hosting D&D campaign online (using Roll20 rather than Discord) and I'm putting this out in a few places to see if I can find other D&D players that would be interested. I'm using D&D 5th edition, and plan on running sessions on Sundays, 7 to 10 PM U.S. Central Time. For those interested, here is a basic premise to the plot and some setting information for people that would want to have it for backstory/curiosity. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1oVNiyR22y7cr_pxghWFEN4B72J_ZC2a6HsysgYRjeds/edit?usp=sharing
  14. Yeah, as Prismriver showed, you're reading too much into it. (though I have heard a version that is a septette*). If it is making any reference to game, I think it's more likely a reference to there being seven stages, rather than characters. Also "Septette for the Dead Princess" is an admittedly classy sounding title, despite being accurate. Arguably rather fitting. *
  15. Strange though it may sound (and perhaps not quite what you intended), but I feel Touhou would actually work well with the LEGO games of recent years. The large cast, the tendency towards humor over seriousness, the many locales and stories, all lend very well towards the series' bizarre, multi-layered appeal. Most other cross overs I could think are more for the sake of seeing the Touhou cast portrayed with the writing quality of other series, such as Trails in the Sky. One thing that has crossed my mind however is Undertale, specifically crossing over with Subterranian Animism, as there's few parrallels to be drawn between the Underground and Deserted Hell.
  16. I would be writer. I would want to write video games, which for now is just RPGMaker, but I would probably write some short stories or fanfics as well, and music. Honestly, not having to worry about day to day stuff would make writing easier, maybe not enough to actually make a big difference, but it would help. Q: Do you have a favorite Touhou fangame, and if so, what is it?
  17. Hmm, Remilia gets high pretty often.
  18. About what I would expect. Alice is number one, as she should be. Watasuki is dead last, which is accurate.
  19. jssf1992

    E3 2019

    So, E3's going on and as usual there's a lot of announced stuff. What's everyone excited/hoping to see? Personally, the thing I'm happiest to hear so far is the announcement of a new Tales game.
  20. Well, as I said, the fighters aren't essential, so if fighters aren't your thing, you can skip them. There isn't really any continuity you're missing out on. IaMP is harder to get into than the others though, due to it's unique gimmick with the controls (changing between melee and ranged attack based on the distance between opponents) takes a lot of getting used to. SWR switches to a more "conventional" control scheme, using command normals rather than the gimmick (and has a different gimmick). I have no idea what's up with your anti-virus. Sadly, false positive are a thing we have deal with, and coming up with a way around it is tricky. (and not my area of expertise) I think you're talking about the Z-input (forward/back,down,diagonal), which honestly . . . really ticks me off. It's never felt natural to me in all my time playing fighters. I've never been precise enough to make it work on joystick, and I've never quite gotten it into my muscle memory for keyboard. Thankfully, I've only ever played one character (Seth from UNIB) who actually needs the move in that slot. While not canon, many of the characters are given a good portrayal in Sengoku Gensokyo (though, all cards on the table, I am nostalgic regarding the game), if you're willing to look at fan portrayals.
  21. Well, to put my thoughts on these in turn . . . 1) You aren't missing much. To be frank, Zun's plots are generally excuse plots. His dialouge has some offbeat humor, but intricate plots and compelling characters simply isn't something he does. There's a reason fanmade material can have such a wide range. 2) That's unfortunate. I'ld understand if you aren't a fan of fighters or IaMP/SWRs' setup, but they are a decent look at the roster's personalities. They are part of the reason why the 6-8 cast is as popular as they are, and more consistent in fan-portrayals than some of the later ones. (I also personally prefer the older fighters to the newer ones, but that's opinion) They are not essential by any means though, just a good point of reference. 3) Understandable, given that there isn't a whole lot to gotten aside from the massive number of characters. There are a few print works however, that are of some help. Only some help, however, as many of the one that would explore the lore are written by in-universe characters, and thus, not entirely reliable. Grimoire of Marisa and Bohemian Archive in Japanese Red are examples, the former being Marisa commenting on the Spellcard system and the magic used by others, the second being Aya's newspaper (unfortunately known for stretching the truth). Most other printworks are comedic, slice of life style. The notable exception however, is Silent Sinner in Blue, which is a fairly serious and dramatic story, which, while rather mediocre in my opinion, is probably as definitive as you can get with the 6-8 cast. Given how loose the plot is between the games, the PC-98 is hardly essential for understanding anything in rest of the series. There are only four characters returning from that era, Reimu, Marisa, Yuuka Kazami, and Alice Margatroid. Reimu and Marisa are the same, though Marisa started as a rival working for/aprentice of one of the era's main villains; Mima. Yuuka was a villain from the fourth game, and knowing this explains Reimu's reaction to her in PoFV, the only game in which she has reapeared. Alice appeared in the fifth game, then became a reoccuring character for a while (6-11), and reversing Yuuka, knowing this explains some of Alice's behavior. When it comes down to it, though, only a handful of characters have well-defined personalities, and the setting and lore are often frustratingly vague. A lot of what the fanbase will talk about is just commonly accepted headcanon, rather than actual "top order canon" material. Even most of the official print works aren't written by Zun, and are quite loose with established rules and knowledge about the setting (hence the usual comedic angle).
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