History YMMV / Persona4

1st Sep '15 7:23:53 AM Larkmarn
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Yahno. Narm is a dramatic even coming across as unintentionally hilarious. This is a humorous event because it's supposed to be cheesy-bad poetry.
1st Sep '15 7:15:51 AM Larkmarn
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1st Sep '15 7:08:33 AM Larkmarn
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1st Sep '15 7:05:52 AM Larkmarn
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Per discussion, cutting because this example is factually wrong.
31st Aug '15 6:31:10 PM SpectralTime
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I agree with Larkmarn, but this is now a brewing edit war. Discussion page, please.
31st Aug '15 6:14:45 PM Larkmarn
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Cutting per ATT. This is blatantly misrepresenting Dojima's social link.
31st Aug '15 5:26:47 PM KingZeal
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Not cool to call other tropers ignorant. Also, regardless of the rest of the entry, the first part still counts as family unfriendly as it still involves giving up on getting justice for a crime. The rest of is good to leave out, though.
31st Aug '15 3:18:23 PM ChrispAndChrisIce
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This example was ignorant in the extreme. The social link had nothing to do with letting go of the grudge against the man who killed Chisato. It was heavily implied that the driver was American and long out of the country, meaning there was nothing he could do—and furthermore, he was the only one working on it, meaning everyone else had let it get buried under newer cases, that happens as Dojima explains. So letting someone get away with vehicular manslaughter falls flat. The social link wasn't about letting go of a grudge, it was about not letting the search for Chisato's killer drive a wedge between him and Nanako. Furthermore, Dojima chases Namatame whether his social link is maxed or not, and moreover, the trope is written as if there was any other option. A resolution that involves letting go of that case should not in any way imply you shouldn't chase down someone who just kidnapped your daughter and put her in mortal peril.
30th Aug '15 12:41:25 AM Kytseo
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28th Aug '15 5:02:22 PM ChrispAndChrisIce
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