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Aw, come on. I was actually hoping that Sore ga, Ai Deshou would break the record for number of hints.
So, what's the connection?
(Anyway, somebody else can do the next round too. I'm still plotting. )
edited 29th Jul '11 7:07:55 PM by Pyrite
I'm not gonna say it cause I don't know if someone else is giving that a shot. And Sore ga, Ai Deshou had 51 facts. Melody only had 19.
edited 29th Jul '11 7:12:26 PM by Pokénatic
Go ahead, dj. In the meantime, we shall now have a moment of silence for the passing of "Melody". May God have mercy on its soul.
...Okay, moment over! *breaks out the party hats*
(Seriously, though... the trick is to aim to Google-proof your hints. You could try a more indirect association.)
edited 29th Jul '11 7:17:33 PM by Pyrite
I would love to know what you Googled, 'cause I can't find "Yasashisa ni Tsutsumareta nara" using that method at the moment.
If memory serves, (testing again just to make sure,)
...I'm so !@#$ed up.
edited 29th Jul '11 8:06:14 PM by Pyrite
...Yeah, you are overthinking this game.
edited 29th Jul '11 8:14:45 PM by Pokénatic
I can't help it, I have an inordinate fondness for logic puzzles. Notwithstanding the fact that my definition of logic is, shall we say, a little lacking. (Besides, all that didn't take too long...)
edited 29th Jul '11 8:29:37 PM by Pyrite
LOLZ... Sorry guys for taking too long. I'm at work and we just had a meeting for GIS emergency apps for Android dev't.
Actually any hints I give will instantly give the answer away. So to make it fairly hard I thought up of a variant rule:
edited 29th Jul '11 10:00:37 PM by djmaca
...Okay, let's see if this works, even if I'm not entirely familiar with the Umineko truths.
edited 29th Jul '11 10:04:05 PM by Pyrite
Let's see if I understood this right.
The song is from Yu Gi Oh.
The song is from Oretachi Ni Tsubasa Wa Nai.
The song is from Mahoraba.
Well since no one got it:
Pinocchio is a Disney movie. Miramax was a property of Disney. Pokémon: Jirachi Wish Maker was distributed in the US by Miramax.
The anime is a 12-Episode Anime.
The studio that produced the anime can be found on Names to Know in Anime.
The song is God Knows.
edited 30th Jul '11 8:32:59 AM by Pokénatic
...I know you're not going to believe this, but that was actually my original guess. I dismissed it because I thought it was too tangential.
edited 30th Jul '11 9:21:46 AM by Pyrite
The song is an OP.
The anime is a movie.
The anime is part of the franchise 07th Expansion.
edited 30th Jul '11 10:11:04 AM by Grain
You gotta love those hints that leads you to the same conclusion in two completely different ways.
edited 30th Jul '11 11:01:27 AM by Pokénatic
I don't dig the umineko style-I never got around to figuring out how to color text.
Oh this should be fun.
The anime has chess motifs.
The anime is an adaptation.
Also, I thought that Beato used red text to say, truthfully, that something was not the case... oh well, never really followed Umineko that closely I suppose.
IIRC the Blue Truth is true unless countered by the Red Truth, but the Red Truth can have it's words twisted via Exact Words. The Gold Truth however, is absolute.
edited 30th Jul '11 9:54:34 PM by Spirit
Yeah, but, the Red Truth would be ... truths. So if you're saying someone's question is not the case, then, you'd say "It is not from Yu Gi Oh" for instance.
^ The thing is, if it's put like that then it's not from the original Yugioh, but can be from GX, 5Ds, or Zexal. Yeah.
Leaving all that aside, Will Edmania djmaca gonna answer?
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