History YMMV / BusouShinki

10th May '15 3:21:32 AM AceOfScarabs
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* TheyChangedItNowItSucks - Some Shinki fans of the toyline were somewhat dissatisfied when the "3rd Generation" MMS bodytype Shinki proved to have some differences in connector/parts sizes that made it difficult to interchange parts with "1st-generation" MMS bodies. While there are adapators and spaces available for the chestplates, a number of fans dislike that the adaptors made the resulting combination less visually pleasing.

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* TheyChangedItNowItSucks - Some Shinki fans of the toyline were somewhat dissatisfied when the "3rd Generation" MMS bodytype Shinki proved to have some differences in connector/parts sizes that made it difficult to interchange parts with "1st-generation" MMS bodies. While there are adapators and spaces spacers available for the chestplates, a number of fans dislike that the adaptors made the resulting combination less visually pleasing.
10th May '15 2:28:25 AM AceOfScarabs
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* AwesomeMoments -
** Episode 2: Hina demonstrating her swordskill by chopping up all the produce Maochao and Howling throw at her, dicing the food so well that Ann and Lene can immediately start help putting together dinner for their Master.
** Episode 12: [[spoiler:Hina makes use of Ann's flightpack, combining parts from it with her Armor and using the Attack Drones it comes with to distract her opponent Strarf, allowing her to claim victory over the Shinki battle tournament champion with a single decisive sword strike.]]
10th May '15 1:45:35 AM AceOfScarabs
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* FunnyMoments - There are a few in the anime. Episode 4 in particular has a hilarious race sequence with Ann lending more and more of the things she finds to the contestants as they pull increasingly absurd and rule-bending stunts to win.



* Tearjerker - A number of these pop up in the anime and the Moon Angel OVA.

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* Tearjerker {{Tearjerker}} - A number of these pop up in the anime and the Moon Angel OVA.
10th May '15 1:42:45 AM AceOfScarabs
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* Tearjerker - A number of these pop up in the anime and the Moon Angel OVA.
** Episode 12: [[spoiler:The girls share a tearful reunion with Hina after Ann's seemingly-failed attempt to flash-restore her memories succeeds and she defeats the other Strarf that threatened her 'sister'. They have another tearful reunion with their Master at the end of the episode.]]
** Moon Angel OVA: [[spoiler:The Arnval-type Kaguya chooses to rescue her sister Strarf, despite all the violence that had been done to her earlier in the episode. The first thing Strarf sees after regaining conciousness was her own sister basically forgiving her for all the mean things she'd done earlier.]]
* TheyChangedItNowItSucks - Some Shinki fans of the toyline were somewhat dissatisfied when the "3rd Generation" MMS bodytype Shinki proved to have some differences in connector/parts sizes that made it difficult to interchange parts with "1st-generation" MMS bodies. While there are adapators and spaces available for the chestplates, a number of fans dislike that the adaptors made the resulting combination less visually pleasing.
25th Jun '13 7:57:07 PM MikuruFan
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* CrackIsCheaper - Both in and out universe: In the lore, a Shinki costs about the same as a high-end computer, while the figures, due to a combination of eccentric production pattern, the lack of overseas licensing, and with the airing of an OVA and anime without any figures to back it up, they can cost a small fortune. The more popular ones (Arnval, Altines, Altlene and Strarf) costs up to 300 USD in Japan, that is if one manage to find it at the first place.
* {{Moe}} - ''ALL'' of them, but there are a few notable examples.

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* CrackIsCheaper - Both in and out universe: In the lore, a Shinki costs about the same as a high-end computer, while the figures, due to a combination of eccentric production pattern, the lack of overseas licensing, and with the airing of an OVA and anime without any figures to back it up, they can cost a small fortune. The more popular ones (Arnval, Altines, Altlene and Strarf) costs up to 300 USD in Japan, that is if one manage to find it at the first place.
* {{Moe}} - ''ALL'' of them, but there are a few notable examples.examples.
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24th Jan '13 8:10:43 PM Fireboltprime
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* CrackIsCheaper - Both in and out universe: In the lore, a Shinki costs about the same as a high-end computer, while the figures, due to a combination of eccentric production pattern and the lack of overseas licensing, can cost a small fortune. The more popular ones (like Altines) costs up to 300 USD in Japan, that is if one manage to find it at the first place.

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* CrackIsCheaper - Both in and out universe: In the lore, a Shinki costs about the same as a high-end computer, while the figures, due to a combination of eccentric production pattern and pattern, the lack of overseas licensing, and with the airing of an OVA and anime without any figures to back it up, they can cost a small fortune. The more popular ones (like Altines) (Arnval, Altines, Altlene and Strarf) costs up to 300 USD in Japan, that is if one manage to find it at the first place.
21st Jan '13 8:23:26 AM shadowblack
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* CrackIsCheaper - Both in and out universe: In the lore, a Shinki costs about the same as a high-end computer, while the figures, due to a combination of eccentric production pattern and the lack of overseas licensing, can cost a small fortune. The more popular ones (like Altines) costs up to 300 USD in Japan, that is if one manage to find it at the first place.
* {{Moe}} - ''ALL'' of them, but there are a few notable examples.
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