Always write spoiler tags out if you're going to be talking about the narrative if you want a format I use this
If it's the series being discussed
If it's a comparison being made
Fullmetal-Senpai wrote:Always write spoiler tags out if you're going to be talking about the narrative.
Very true, she isn't shoehorned into the lead role by design alone. I can get behind that. As I said, though, purple-hair is the visual(ly appealing) standout for me so far.SethAmaha wrote:Her design doesn't make her stand out any more than her own classmates and makes her look like a natural part of her world. I specially liked te scene in the bus when it panned out to her and her friends just laughing and telling myself that if I did not know that she was the main character, I would be hard pressed to guess correctly.
That's a darn shame. It can already be a hassle to take into account legal streaming possibilities in general (Personally, I don't really care about this, but I respect your stance on the issue). But now there's regional restrictions, as well, with users split between at least 3 different continents.Eira wrote:We’ve encountered a problem. So I didn’t read the fine print, Lyrical Nanoha on Amazon is not avalibul in my region, becuase Australia. And that means that within Australia there is no legal way to stream the show.
BlueSpark wrote:We could cancel this watch-along and find a different show (or even a different topic) that works for you, too. I don't mind either way.
Well, that's debatable. As far as I can remember, the rule was always simply to "keep legal streaming in mind." It never specified whether it should be "legal" globally or just in the US. So whether the nomination was valid or not depends on the interpretation of said rule.Eira wrote:Even if I had noticed it from the get go it was still a valid nomination and it still won the vote.