Tag Archive: sci-fi


I sense nothing through with this.

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Another great episode with Kurotaki in the forefront.

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They’ve gotten smart, preventing the docking. It’s still defeated later though.

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Ideals and theories are not ends but means. People live to use that which they were born with.

They are unable to resist the temptation to use those things, both to overcome and survive.

Today I’m rambling a bit on the Esper Rebellion that takes place decades before Mihli Lilty‘s Rise to Power.

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I like Vividread. Every time some convention of previous magical girl series comes up, it subverts with an idiot hero. NO AKANE! IT’S SUPPOSED TO BE SECRET.

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Hello again, back with another post regarding The World. I’ve been in the mood to do these lately and by end of May/beginning of June this year I’m hoping to have the wiki be at 2,000 articles. It’ll be a daunting task, but I’m hoping Xewleer will help along the way. Moving on, the focus of this post will have us shift toward the New World era; more specifically¬†Mireille Di Lilty, Mihli Lilty‘s first daughter.

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Another episode of Vividread Operation. I still haven’t decided that it’s cleverly parodying the magical girl genre or playing the magical girl genre straight. All I know is that it is entirely self-aware and post-modern, and thus automatically brilliant. Maybe.

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A shorter post than normal, but I figure I’d take some time out to mention a few things regarding the recent Mihli Lilty X Esper changes in the Rise of the Nadir story arc.

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Mole rats. I knew it. What about mice, what about hamsters, what about rabbits? I dunno about their scientist ancestors.

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MAMORU IS MISSING OH NO!

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