So, this concludes yet another arc, which shows how the Human Monument came to rise, and how it stopped its development. And why Watashi had short hair at the beginning of the series. I’m left with one other question though…
When will the Mars Curiosity make his appearance in the anime? Perhaps in the second season? When we’re talking about scouting drones, maybe add Spirit to it as well. Wait…Would those turn into androids sooner or later as well?
- Project Leader: furzi
- Main Translator: Rip from Crunchyroll
- Timing: furzi
- Translation Checker: Chrouya
- Editing: Duckwad
- Typesetter: Duckwad
- Quality Control: furzi
- Encoder: furzi
- Chapters: Smoothtalk
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Due to me being mostly a translation checker instead of a translator, the way I write notes is different as well. I’m not really fond of having to watch an episode multiple times, so I’m not skimming through the whole episode to find me some interesting facts here and there. In TLC cases, most of the times I’ll be jumping to several of the TLC notes I made and give a small comment about it…probably reflecting the original translation.
Fairies usually are as lively as ever,
but when exposed to electromagnetic waves (esp. radio waves)
their tension will drop steadily,
causing them to lose their joy and happiness…..
In other words, they are inclined to develop depression.
So whenever radio waves are flowing,
they’re unable to continue their activities.
The main reason why the cat throws the nautilus on land is because a cat is obviously more powerful on land versus a sea creature. Thinking back though, shouldn’t the nautilus have the upper hand back before, when they were in the water? Strange…
Just the thought that someone would actually throw a microwave at the enemy makes me chuckle. That’s we changed it into plural in the end, just to reduce the amount of confusion. Seriously, why do the English call a heat-inducing machine a microwave? Just call it a microwaver, and we’re all saved from falling microwaves.
Would on really ask why the ocean is…the ocean? In the past, I can recall myself wondering why the ocean is coloured blue, so I can relate to that question instead. Even now, many people don’t really know why it got its blue colour.