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Nah, you edited your post before mine so you're still in
Also, I re clarified one of the house rules in the starting post of this round. It may or may not double as a clue.
Frankly it seemed like you wanted us to go around in circles since it did feel like you were pointing towards you-know-what with some of those rules:
But it's still not God Knows...
Try sounding around it in your head.
edited 22nd Sep '11 4:07:54 PM by Dorkus
So, is it Lost My Music?
I realised that the other running gag you didn't mention was "aliens / time travelers / espers".
Are there aliens, time travelers or espers in the anime?
Is the main character female?
edited 22nd Sep '11 4:25:44 PM by Pyrite
It is not Lost My Music
Are there aliens, time travelers or espers in the anime? -Yes
Is the main character female? -Yes I MEAN NO! Sorry, brain fart.
edited 22nd Sep '11 4:31:25 PM by Dorkus
To break it down further:
And with that, I leave you guys. Carry on.
Time Travelers -Yes
Is it from Haruhi Suzumiya?
Is it a character song/theme?
EDIT: Ah, so flygon was going to pull the same trick as I did. Flygon, all I have to say is, screw that apology round I planned, you don't deserve it anymore.
edited 22nd Sep '11 4:46:21 PM by PokÚnatic
No, but I'll keep that in mind for a future round.
Is it one of the character's version of the Hare Hare Yukai? If so, is it Kyon's version of it?
It is not any version of Hare Hare Yukai.
Is it 'Atogaki You na Mono'? Is it some background music? Is it from Sound Around?
edited 22nd Sep '11 4:52:53 PM by shark33
No, No, Yes
Wait a second, you haven't signed your first post! Eh forget it.
edited 22nd Sep '11 4:53:37 PM by Dorkus
Is it from the Imaginary INOZ album?
edited 22nd Sep '11 5:03:40 PM by Dorkus
Fine I already did.
So is it the song that the SOS Brigade practice for the next School Festival?
edited 22nd Sep '11 4:59:29 PM by shark33
Signed: Dominic John Maca.... Programmer
Is the song sung by a band?
Is the song sung by a woman?
Is the song of a prominent genre in J-music?
edited 22nd Sep '11 4:58:46 PM by PokÚnatic
It was the song that the SOS Brigade practiced for the next School Festival.
And it is called First Goodbye.
Pokenatic wins this needlessly complicated round that needed more loopholes to abuse!
"First Goodbye" - The SOS Brigade/ENOZ featuring Haruhi Suzumiya by Aya Hirano - The Melancholy Of Haruhi Suzumiya Drama CD, "Sound Around" & Imaginary ENOZ featuring Haruhi Suzumiya
Hint explanation: Just watch, listen, and enjoy
edited 22nd Sep '11 5:02:39 PM by Dorkus
I won't lie and say that I thought of it becuase of the hint, but it fits it perfectly.
edited 22nd Sep '11 5:06:38 PM by shark33
edited 22nd Sep '11 5:21:36 PM by PokÚnatic
Shark, your turn
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