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I won't be online here as much as I used to. You can still contact me through twitter.

Ecstasy joined on Apr 29th, 2011, since that has made 2135 posts that are still accessible today, 29 of which are threads. Helping shape the community, Ecstasy has given 4763 upvotes, and was last online on Feb 7th, 2016.

  • In Things you (don't) need to know in CL

    @EvoRulz iirc it's because he was on the old CL and never logged in to the new one.

  • In Everybody Loves Me (Chorus project) MIXING!

    Best of luck with the project, guys.

    @Lieutenant feel free to message me if you need any help with the audio (I can help with some cleaning and tuning and stuff)

  • In How was your 2015 in three words?

    I deny everything.

  • In Magical Banana

    that thread got kind of ruined by DC at the very beginning. might as well leave this one be (?)

  • In Gifmas 2015
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  • In Gintama 2015

    Although MAL doesn't want to acknowledge its existence for some reason, Jump Festa 2015 special is out. It has a really nice preview of the Shogun Assassination arc.

    edit: ah yes, and it's been 10 years since Gintama's anime debut on Jump Festa Anime Tour 2005. Happy Anniversary and all that.

  • In ~Your Life In 6 Words~

    The struggle is real.

  • In Manga Sharing Club


    Manga Title: One Outs

    Manga Artist: Shinobu Kaitani, also known for Liar Game.

    Genres: Psychological, Seinen, Sports
    175 chapters in 20 volumes (published 1998-2009)

    Extra: Although this is a baseball manga, the main focus of it is actually gambling. You really don't have to be interested in sports to get hooked on the plot. It's often compared to Akagi, Kaiji and Death Note because there are a lot of mind games and Keikaku doori moments. Our pratagonist is a gambling demon who is set to make a very weak baseball team win the championship. He uses the psychology and physical pressure of professional athletes as well as sports corruption and politics to achieve his goal.

    Personally, I feel like the manga is a little underappreciated. In fact, it's not even fully scanalated. Some chapters were skipped and you have to watch them in the anime adaptation (chapters 32 - 54 = episodes 9-16, chapters 62 - 82 = episodes 18 - 25). So I would recommend to just watch the 25 episode TV show (made by Madhouse) and continue reading the manga from chapter 82. There are a couple of minor differences but otherwise the anime is as close to the source material as it can get (and the soundtrack is pretty well done too).