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Is the song name in both English and Japanese at the same time? (as in, it uses both Japanese words and English words in the same name)
edited 28th Jan '11 8:19:02 PM by Edmania
It is not in both Japanese or English, though it uses roman letters.
Is it Lacrimosa from Black Butler?
Ding ding ding.
edited 28th Jan '11 8:25:58 PM by TheyCallMeTomu
That was in the first season.
I coulda swore it was used as the ending for Kuroshitsuji II...
MISFIRE AGAIN! Oh well. I at least induced Weeping (Lacrimossa) in Grain.
Hint : Someone's name is changed in order to disguise the person.
Ok with 50 completed rounds I thought I'd chime in with the current tally on wins.
Shay Guy: 4
Jen Kunoichi: 1
Catch the Sun: 1
edited 29th Jan '11 6:15:14 PM by Spirit
Is the anime an adaptation?
Was it adapted from a manga? A Light Novel? A Visual Novel?
edited 28th Jan '11 8:51:36 PM by Servbot
It was adapted from a manga.
Did it begin airing before the year 2000?
Did it begin airing before the year 2006?
Did the anime have more than 26 episodes?
Is the main character male?
Is the song the OP?
edited 28th Jan '11 9:02:45 PM by Servbot
The song is the ED. The main character is not male. It had more than 26 episodes.
Is it longer than 3 cours?
Is it a shonen?
It is longer than 3 cours. It is not shonen.
Is the anime Shoujo?
Is the anime Seinen?
Does the title of the anime contain the name of the main character?
Yes. No. No.
Do we have a page on it in TV Tropes?
Is it a Magical Girl anime?
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