>>738>I would have actually liked to discuss this but you are the one who devolved this into petty insults. You didn't have to call me a faggot. I didn't have to call you retarded, but I think you have to be retarded to type what you are typing. And you probably think I'm a faggot too.
Apparently you didn't notice that I was being deliberately facetious, though I was doing so to mock you a little more gently than before. But you can go ahead and continue this slapfight to make an ass of yourself to people who actually got the joke.
You keep missing the point I'm trying to make, regardless of how concisely I attempt to spell it out for you. Now you're the one making assumptions. Look, let me try this again, mirroring your argument as perfectly as I can:
The game is made in Japan. Madotsuki has closed eyes
. Monoe has squinty eyes. They are the same as Madotsuki's in their sprites because it is difficult to put a large amount of detail into such small sprites. There is no official evidence that Madotsuki is squinting. "It's a Japanese girl because it looks like a Japanese girl," yet not everyone in a game who looks Japanese is Japanese. "Madotsuki" is a word which happens to be in Japanese, not necessarily a name. The Japanese did not invent the concept of twirling your umbrella. For all of your other mythology references please refer to the argument in my last post.>Every other item is a daily object that could be used by a large number of countries, including Japan. Except maybe the blonde hair. It's not even her natural hair colour. It's brown. You know the hair colour that Japanese people have.
Again, completely missing my point. I don't know that I can lay it out anymore obviously for you though. Please re-read >>734
She has a famicom
, which was only released in Japan, but it's entirely possible she had it imported for novelty's sake or out of interest/weaboo-ism.>Why would somebody be dreaming about a Japanese only game if she wasn't Japanese?
Maybe because she's extremely interested in Japanese culture and actually CAN read the text? It's not solid evidence that she's Japanese. By the way, the whole blindness argument is a complete non sequitur to me, I was not the one who brought it up.
Like I said, I'll concede Monoe because of her picture, Monoko maybe, but you're not giving me a single solid argument.>Look at the in game portrait of Manoe. She has asian eyes. Therefor we can assume that she is asian. What is so absurd about this line of thinking?
Listen. Do you go around in real life thinking like this? "Oh, narrow eyes, must be Asian. Black, straight hair! Must be Asian." Most people don't, and I'd like to hope that you don't either. Therefore, since we're applying other real life logistics to a video game world, let's apply this one. While we're at it, why don't we just apply the broad line of your logic to every sprite in the game: Takofuusen is Japanese because of his squinty eyes. Poniko's eyes are pretty squinty, let's say she's Japanese too. Mafurako is asleep, but those eyes of hers look kind of squinty, not closed— must be Japanese. Uboa's Japanese, look at his squinty eyes. Do you see what I'm getting at here?>It's a Japanese game with Japanese looking characters. It's natural to assume they're JAPANESE!
It's a Japanese game with a couple of characters that might be interpreted as veritably Japanese. The rest is pretty well unverified.
But by all means, keep calling me a retard because you got buttfrustrated when I tried to poke a little gentle fun at you and because you apparently refuse to comprehend the argument I've attempted to lay out for you. In the end this is a dead end argument because we don't even know if Madotsuki's world is the same one we live in.