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No. Uhh... In a loose sense. No.
edited 29th Jan '11 3:53:05 PM by Servbot
Song Title Hint: I'm sure nearly everyone went through this
Not God Knows
Not Cruel Angel's Thesis
Not Fly Me To The Moon
Not the Pokemoin Theme
Not "The Real Folk Blues" from Cowboy Bebop
Not Through The Night, from Outlaw Star
Not H.T. from Trigun
Not Infinity from Lost Universe
Not "You Know" from Bubblegum Crisis 2040
The hint refers to the song title
Did not start airing in the last 10 years
Did not start airing in the last 5 years
Did not start airing in the last 3 years
Aired in The '90s
Started airing in the latter part of The '90s
Did not start airing in 1995
Did not start airing in 1996
Did not start airing in 1997
Did not start airing in 1999
Started airing in 1998
Didn't just air in 1998
Lasted 24 episodes or longer
Has less than 39 episodes
The series was 26 episodes long.
Not part of a bigger franchise.
The protagonist is not male
Not a Sports anime
Might be considered a mecha anime in a way
Is a TV Series
Is not an OAV
Has a TV Tropes page
Has a Wikipedia page
Does not have a forum thread
Only one season
Has no aliens
Has no time travellers
Has no Espers
edited 29th Jan '11 4:14:26 PM by Servbot
Is it You Know from Bubblegum Crisis 2040
Oh man, I totally forgot-I was going to use Y Know as one of my songs, and go "You know this song."
I think that's almost against the rules.
I don't think so becuase the hint would have been relevant to the song, plus there have been more ambigious hint's.
It's not subjective. It's just a hint whose literal meaning is actually quite false.
The point isn't really ambiguous. The problem is if it's misleading. I don't know about what the rule really means though. There have been plenty of misinterpretations before.
^^Or something like "God knows what this song is."
...yeah. Too obvious.
Isn't God Knows technically an illegal song anyway? (I don't recall it being used as an opening or ending at least)
It's already been mentioned by Grain that it is an illegal song in this competition.
It's an insert, not a ending/opening.
yeah it is an illegal song, Dorkus was sad about it a few pages ago, yet the song keeps poping out in some posts
It's a meme by now.
I always wanna use Ending Songs to Xenosaga, but then I remember this is anime not video games.
This is a pun, not an opinion. It is legal. I like to assume that nobody is trying to bend the rules. It is unnecessary to analyze hints from a subjective point of view, since subjective hints are illegal.
edited 29th Jan '11 5:32:11 PM by Grain
"Birth" from Cyber Team In Akihabara?
Rule six was never clearly defined. It was mainly created as a reaction to Shay Guy's questions (he's in the hall of fame for a reason), which I feared were on the edge of being unfair. I've cut out the confusing parts of rule six. Hopefully, nobody will create an abusive hint, like "Magic and fighting" for Fruits Basket.
edited 29th Jan '11 5:38:22 PM by Grain
edited 29th Jan '11 5:50:36 PM by Grain
I don't care if you guys think this hint sounds weird, cause my other choice would have a puzzle for a hint.
Hint: If you think this anime has anything to do with the heart of loud brass instruments, you are crazy.
Is it an ending song?
Is the song from Beck Mongolian Chop Squad?
Is the song from K-On?
No. No. No.
Is music a significant activity for the characters of the anime?
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