Akidzuki joined on Jul 12th, 2010, since that has made 66 posts that are still accessible today, 0 of which are threads. Helping shape the community, Akidzuki has given 278 upvotes, and was last online on Mar 10th, 2015.
Semmi gondom azokkal akik nem angolul beszélnek itt, az viszont már problémás ha valaki eflelejti mellékelni a hozzászólása angol verzióját.
I have nothing against poeple using languages other than english here, but it's problematic when someone forgets to add the english version of his/her comment.
Fact: If it's an epic weapon, Gilgamesh has it's original inside his Gate of Babylon:
Also, he has a chain called Enkidu which can bind even gods, and Ea, an anti-world (!) weapon.
It's a hard decision, but I'd say Accelerator from To Aru Majutsu no Index.
Here's another one from Iron Maiden: Infinite Dreams
Hammerfall - Heeding The Call
Freedom Call - Heart of the Rainbow
This will be enough for now. :)
Hi, I won't leave here personal information, only what you need to know about me, which is, I'm also a lurker like @deng , only without the make-the-chat-a-complete-mass syndrome (I wonder when I went to the chat the last time).
P.S.: @MiYU Watch out for the trolls! :)
P.P.S.: A mod should close this thread, considering we already have one with the same purpose.
I'm surprised these two haven't been posted yet:
Happy New Year! ^^
@PigBossIf by some chance you had a "miracle" happen to you, would you be more or less willing to believe that there is a god?
Well, it depends on the "miracle". If it's something that has some chance of happening, just very slim, then I don't think so. If it's something that has really no chance of happening, so it could only be explained by divine intervention, then yeah, I would have no choice but to assume it to be the work of some sort of divine being. Though after reading a bit about quantum physics, the world already seems a crazy place, without any gods involved."Do you really believe in nothing?"
If you put it that way, I look like a completely immoral person. :D
I would like to say that I abide by the moral codes of modern society, but that's not entirely true. I always did what seemed right or necessary, without really thinking about why (by what kind of moral code) I did it. The basics of european morals are the christian teachings right? It's kinda ironic. :)
I've never really had to put my morality into words, or even loosely describe it, so now I have a hard time. :D I'll try to come up with an answer. Thanks for pointing it out. :)
I don't believe in God, though I also can't exclude the chance that "he" exist in some way. Someday we might find proof of "his" existence (or nonexistence), but until that day I can't believe in something that incomprehensible. Also, saying that "well, we don't know the answer, so let's say there's a supernatural being that just made it be that way" seems like... running away. All the gods in history represent something that we couldn't explane at that time. Perhaps that's why people started to believe in less and less gods as time went by. That's why most of the active religions nowadays are monoteist. We allow less and less space for gods, by knowing more and more about the world. Ethereal asked (absolutely rightfully) "if you don't believe in God what do you believe in?" Yeah, good question. I would say that I couldn't find anything I could believe in (yet). Science can't explain everything (again: yet), but I'm not willing to assume the existence of a divine being just because of that. Not the way it is described in the Bible, that's for sure. I find that a lot more unbelievable than the Big Bang or evolution. Anyway, this is just my way of thinking. I respect everyone's beliefs as long as they do the same. :)
Though it would be more appropriate for a December 22. Playlist. :)