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  1. I'm not the right guy for the job, but I've pointed this out to the rest of the staff. I'm sure one of them would be happy to talk to you about this.
  2. I can think of two possible reasons for her to be "the most powerful", first being that she's a greek god, and the greek gods don't need faith to maintain their power, in contrast to what is usually said of the shinto gods. Second, she was the greek goddess of magic, making her nominally the best at magic, and gensokyo is chock full of magic, therefore, she would be the best.* That said, I wouldn't care too much about it, power scaling has always been weird in Touhou. *No idea where the three bodies thing comes from, as far as I know there's nothing like that in the classical myths.
  3. You know what, here's an old thing you young'ns probably haven't seen before: The song is odd, but has some charm to it. I really like the animation though, mostly for the throwbacks to all the games Sakuya was playable in (mainline at least). If you want some emotion, though, there's also this:
  4. Yeah, I agree that's hardly a confirmation. Even if everyone involved was cool with doing it (and it would take more) there would still be a lot of questions and things to resolve. And as you point out, it would be unlikely to leave Japan. It would still be good for ZUN and Touhou to have more official games out there for people to though.
  5. Alright guys, all the math is done, and we'll see what we've got. First, the highest average rated song was: Kung-Fu Master 9, selected by Drunken Flower! With literally everyone giving it a nine! Second, the highest of three picks goes to Buskerdog, with an average of 7.21! And yes, it was close enough for those decimal points to matter. Third, only one song recieved a rating of ten (not counting a rating by the one who picked), that being Drunken's pick, Love Song. Personal favorites of mine are Time of Red dyed World, Love Song, and Lost my Way. And yeah, I threw in a few picks of mine this time, being the two orchestral arrangments of Gensokyo the Gods Loved and U.N. Owen, as well as Rigid Paradise. That arrangement of The Gensokyo the Gods Loved is one of my favorite pieces.
  6. Alright, final round. First, an orchestral arrangement of The Gensokyo the Gods Loved: Then, a vocal remix of Desire Drive! And last but very much not least, a vocal arrangment of The Gensokyo the Gods Loved (because we can't have enough of that piece)
  7. Next Round! First, a folk arrangement of Border of Life: Second, zombie rock with Rigid Paradise: Finally . . . I'm not sure what to call this, but it has vocals?
  8. Alright then, ready for Round 3? First, techno and vocal mix for Corpse Voyage! Second a . . . uh . . . very "Cirno" remix of Beloved Tomboyish Girl. That's cool. Third, U.N. Owen was . . . salsa? Is that salsa in there?
  9. That was pretty quick. On to round two then! First, a fun folk arrangement of Septette for the Dead Princess. Second, a vocal remix of . . . I think it's Maiden's Capriccio? Third, a very different arrange of Maiden's Capriccio!
  10. Yeah, Ken had it right. You can rate yours if you want, though I won't include it in the math at the end I'll do.
  11. Alright, then we're ready to start. First, a vocal remix for Sailor of Time and Strawberry Crisis!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hzSfSroKH30 Second, a remix of Capital City of Flowers in the Sky. Third, vocal and electric for Gensokyo, Past and Present.
  12. Oh, when you didn't respond after I asked if you were interested, I assumed you weren't. In that case, I would need your picks, and we could start.
  13. Hmm, we've got three right now. Little small, but we could run with it. What do you guys think?
  14. Yeah, I went for a Star Wars reference instead. Are you interested? Also, I don't know, ever seems to happen for me.
  15. The remix tournament has returned. Hopefully because people will be interested in this. 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.
  16. Hmm, not really sure what you would count as a "discovery", but something interesting is a fanmade piece for a character supposedly never actually was in the series (it's difficult to tell if they written or is just an urban legend), which kind of goes to show how far the Touhou fanbase goes with this kind of thing. Funny you mention the Remix Tournament, I should really get around to finally making another one while people are all stuck inside . . .
  17. My favorite (that I remember) is Kitsune's Workshop (at least, I think that's what they're called), for orchestral arrangements.
  18. Sadly, there's just not much consistent interest here . . .
  19. I remember using the Locale Emulator years ago when I first played it, but haven't been able to get it working on my current machine. Admittedly, I haven't attempted again for a couple of years now. Things may have changed.
  20. Sengoku Gensokyo, if you can get it running, is a fairly fun game that, while the story is not amazing does have great characterization for the 6 to 9 cast, including a few that aren't usually seen in fangames (such as Medicine Melancholy and Letty White). It can take a bit to come to grasp with the mechanics, and is a lighter story. Fantasy Maiden Wars Scarlet is one of my favorite fangames I've played. A grid-based strategy/rpg, and more dramatic and involved retelling of EoSD. The story is pretty well told and the characters are represented pretty well. Sadly the game is very difficult, and not in a fair way. It's not unbeatable by any means, but is frustrating. I've not been able to get most other rpgs on the site running on my computers (in fact, I *can't* get Sengoku Gensokyo running anymore), while I can recommend many others, these are the two I recommend for story and characterization.
  21. Obviously, how much anyone can do is dependent on thier means. Now that some of the official games are on Steam, I've bought a couple, and I know some others have as well.
  22. I would still be open to trying something if there's enough interest.
  23. Last week, the Saturday night campaign that was made for MS finished. We plan to start a new one at the same time in the future, and I'm open (even hoping) to have some new people join in. We run at 7 P.M. U.S. Central time. You could PM me if you're interested, or just tell me here.
  24. Also greetings. Hopefully you enjoy your time here.
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