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ccoa
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03:09:48 PM Jul 30th 2012
Pulled:

Pettanko is not a trope. UsefulNotes.Pettanko is a fanspeak term definition only. The tropes are A-Cup Angst (girl is sensitive about her lack of size) or Petite Pride (girl is proud of her flat-chestedness). Anything else is not a trope. Please return this example to the page under the correct trope if (and only if) it fits one of those two tropes.

Also, this page is a wasteland of Zero Context Examples. Someone really needs to fix that.
Yincira
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08:38:48 PM Dec 11th 2011
edited by Yincira
Would the person who constantly censors away negative opinions about the dub please stop? If you like the dub that's fine, but the fact that some people don't is not a personal attack on you.

Please try to tolerate that people have different opinions. The Your Mileage May Vary section is specifically for people to express differing opinions, and that characters are sometimes not moving their mouth during Lull Destruction is a visible fact.
Yincira
01:23:06 AM Dec 12th 2011
edited by Yincira
Most other anime entries dealing with dubs use the original character names first, with dub names as a sidenote. To keep the article uniform, these character names shouldn't be randomly interchanged :

Rokuna = Rockna, Count Collection = Prince Eccentro, Bacchii = Batch, Guuko = Gluko, Reda = Redda,

Bacchii is the literal translation of the name into Romaji, but it is pronounced as Batchii. Either Bacchii or Batchii would work.

Other :

Luke (Ruku) and Beginner (Bigina) have English names pronounced in Japanese, in this case going with English pronunciation would make more sense since that's how the worlds were intended.

Last, Kahimi. In the original version, she is called Utahime-san, which literary translates to Miss Songstress. Her full title is Hanazono No Utahime (Flowergarden Songstress) while a personal name isn't really given. Furthmore, uta-hime (split) translates to song princess. Calling her just Songtress might come across as odd, so Utahime might be the simpler alternative to typing out Hanazono No Utahime repeatedly.
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