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  1. Mussels

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    Mustang can resurrect her with the power of the philosophers stone, thats the entire point of the trap. He either lets her die, or does what the enemy wants and becomes the 5th sacrifice (note how all the transmutation circles have 5 points of a pentagram?)
     
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    Yeah, he'll give in and do their bidding to be the 5th sacrifice. But, to me feels that she has something more with the transmutation on her back... But, I believe it's just me thinking of wild things.

    As for the 5 points. Yeah, 5 sacrifices due to the 5 points. In Central where there is 5 Labs... in which central was made to be a Transmutation circle itself... Good stuff
     
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    Announcement!!

    Gundamn is definitely for kids!!
    Evangelion 2.22 is at hand and its mean business...
     
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    ooooooh eva
     
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    So far I've watched 43m of 2.22.. If it wasn't an hour and 53m, I would finish watching tonight.. damn it.. Gotta finish it tomorrow and it's getting GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD
     
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    sadly my jap sucks, could you PM me the name of the group who subbed it? i'm trying to find a HD copy with english subs and none of the groups are specifying.
     
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    Isekai No Seikishi Monogatari Episode 12 finally subbed lol
     
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    Somebody please PM me with Eva release details.
     
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    Anyone have any incites on what group has the best subs for 2.22?
     
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    No, not really. I stream them from animedreaming usually, and the only subbers group I've seen in the streams that identify themselves were coalguys.


    EDIT: Angel Beats! episode 9 :cry: This is indeed from Key :p
     
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    2.22 has no good subs yet, all the ones out there either have incomplete subs, or very 'simple' ones.

    the subs have basically been ripped from the cam versions, but since theres 'deleted scenes' added back in, they're either not subbed, or subbed poorly.
     
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    It seems that at least some subs from wiki are good to go...
    ill check them out, also got some separated subs to try with the 8gb raw i got...
    Edit: from what i can tell, both work like a wonder, and both are the best quality out there...
    The external subs i got work fine with the 8GB CHD version, the timing is perfect and the few lines i saw where accurately translated...
    The wiki version is also good to go, its subbed and is smaller @ 6GB+...
     
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    2.22 gravy! I gotta grab the wiki version to rewatch it.
     
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    does the wiki version have internal subs? i'm a hater of external subs due to my filewhoring status (a few thousand movies is harder to sort through when you add a few thousand SRT files)
     
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    I'm in the process of taking the Yousei-Raws mkv, ripping the audio out and converting it to flac, and muxing in Bettersubs .ass subs that I confirmed is timed properly with the raw.

    I'll probably host in somewhere or up a torrent. If you're interested, I'll pm you a location when finished.

    Flac saves about 500MB, so the end result will be in the neighborhood of 8.1GB.
     
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    i've already started on the wiki version, since i found it does have internal subs.


    should i learn that the subs are crap, i'll find a way to merge alternate subs in with it.
     
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    mkvtoolnix using the mmg.exe executable.
     
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    never heard about this franchise, will i be fine just watching the first and second movie?
     
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    REALLY? Wow, I thought all anime fans knew about Evangelion.

    You won't get the complete story that way. There are a few more movies due out yet. Still, I highly recommend watching the series as well as the movies. Be warned tho, series ending = mindfuck. lol.
     
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    i wouldnt call myself an anime fan since i only recently got into it, and i have a hard time finding out what is worth watching since everyone has 487 opinions :)

    Guess ill watch the series first, and then the 2 movies.
     
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    Oh, I see. Then yeah, experimentation is where it's at. Evangelion series is a classic, so don't go into it looking for striking visuals. And don't bother with the English audio, the voice actors are terrible, and the translations are off. It's one of those ones that should be watched in Japanese, because America screwed up the English.
     
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    just noticed there are 3 movies that were made before the rebuild ones , also must sees?
     
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    If you watch the platinum/director's cut version, you can skip Resurrection and Genesis Reborn. Death and Rebirth is basically a rehash, with maybe a couple added scenes, if you want to watch it, stop watching at the "intermission", and switch to End of Evangelion, as the beginning of End of Eva and the second half of D&R are the same.

    The most important is Director's cut and End of Evangelion tho.
     
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    Epic.. :roll:

    Man is that true.

    Yeah, if your starting out, it's best to get the subs and start there.. with almost every anime.. America just dumb down anime so bad it's not even funny.. Yes, I'll watch it on Adult Swim, but that's only because I all ways have sound going somewhere.. lol

    Tomorrow New FMA: BH!! I have 3 day weekend so I'm going to love tomorrow! :rockout:
     
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    I already have a 8.1Gb version plus bettersubs with DTS-ES6, the vid has bigger specs than the wiki one, higher audio/video bitrates...

    U nuts??
    At least watch the first first, but if you want to dive deep into it then you must watch everything and discover why EVA moves billions of fans...

    And i will be first today!!
     
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