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Feb 3 2018, 11:35 AM
Think there could be an add on for a custom background clock? I see that you constantly reference time in a zodiac clock than western time and...hours of rats and dragons keep taking a side step to check what is the actual time in Am/PM standard.
Think something of a site clock of that manner can be added?
Also, since it is vauge, how would meetings go? Do they describe as ts the beginning, middle, end of (animal’s) hour?Nobuyumi
Feb 2 2018, 04:43 PM
Outside the green house with a backdrop of potted herbs and ferns on wooden shelves sat a blonde girl with a serious look on her face. Scattered cloud rolled by toward Edo harbor in patches of grey and white overhead in the midday sun. She sat upon a large cloth to keep herself from getting dirtied by the school grounds with a notebook and pen with her as she read a book. From afar it looked to be a studying session and it was exactly that, however, the book they read from had a cover on it rather than a visible marker to show if it was a math or science course. In actuality was this study session a language course, an Ikko language course.
Due to the sensitivity of the subject, the Honda princess fashioned a book cover out of one of her scarves and set to read out in the open with it. Thinking that holding up in her room or studying in the library would be too obvious that studying that villainous group's language did she opt for a more open approach.
The book in her hands was the language of the Ikko. It was, odd, to say the least. Mika saw it in the store that looked the least gaudy and bulky than other weapon choices. Despite her distaste for those against the Shogun, these people were wild and too easily influenced. That girl from the battle continued to bother her slightly in her behavior and death. If such a person can be so driven by pretenses then...maybe....these Ikko would have some use for her own gains. Just a matter to studying how they speak.
Jan 15 2018, 10:27 PM
Let's be honest, last year sucked (and the year before that), however, I believe, as a student, we are over looking a large factor that has been missing in our lives for the past few years.
Does anyone remember what summer vacation is like?
Jan 13 2018, 01:40 AM
Seeking counseling with a weapons craftsman over a possible Master Craft on a non-standard equipment. More asking of what would be possible.
Jan 2 2018, 04:25 AM
The train smoothly sailed down the railways passing the country side westbound from Edo. The country slowly turned into orange and reddish hues as the fall ended and gradually started showing signs of frost and light snowfall around the mountainous areas. The country gained its rustic charms that seemed to have made the environment as eye catching as it could be. The far off trees slowly went by in a scrolling scenery while the students within the cabin were as warm as they could be and dressed to be. Today was when they all embarked away from Edo for Kaga.
They all were informed to gather at the station mid-morning for light breakfast samples by whatever means each person felt. From there it was aboard the train. Their first stop would be near the outer edges of Kaga's boarders to a bridge park. A short bus ride would take them to the starting point of Ayatorihashi.
The red bridge stood out but didn't look so bulky and out of place with beams that crossed in triangular ways like a game of cat's cradle. A local tea house rests nearby for viewing of the river under the shade of red parasols to designate viewing terrace areas. Also nearby was some local onsen such as the Yamanaka Onsen but due to their travel party size, and stopping here early in the day, wouldn't grant them much time or reservations for a stay. Another location was put in mind.
After disembarking the bus, Suishoku cleared her throat nervously as she explained to their group of why they weren't exactly hearing straight to the castle town but instead opted to take a detour. "First, I'd like to thank everyone for having the time to come with us. Although it will be for a short time, we hope to show as much as we can of our home Kaga in thanks for defending her and being our friends,"
Suishoku opened up donning a long light tan winter coat that reached to her knees covering warm leggings and basic ankle boots. At her side was her school duffel bag as her usual traveling 'purse' once all the school clutter was gutted out of it. "This is a location Yumiko here, your co-trip adviser, highly recommended. If you don't mind adding expressing your thoughts as well,"
she motioned to Yumiko as if handing an invisible microphone to the girl. This area was a highly recommended place that Suishoku wished to honor as well as leaving it for them to share their reasoning in a far more poetic fashion than Suishoku could muster on the spot.