Athena Cykes + Apollo Justice
I will go down with this ship.
more or less
I finished aa5 and the last case is very important and dear to my heart
i hate math tests because all throughout the chapter it’s like really easy shit and then you think you’ve got it and then the test is like
if i throw a triangle out of a car and the car is going 20 mph and wind resistance is a thing that exists, how many cupcakes can pedro buy with one human soul
I love how potato in French is pomme de terre, which pretty much means “earth apple.”
like what stupid frenchman saw this:
and said “zis petite légume looks like a, how you say, APPLE! hmmm… but it grows in ze earth… HON HON HON! MAIS OUI! C’EST UNE POMME DE TERRE!”
j’adore comment ananas se dit pineapple en anglais, ce qui veut littéralement dire “pomme de pin”, genre quel type anglais a vu ça:
et s’est dit : “ow cette étrange big fruit ressemble à une, how do you say, POMME! hmmm… mais plutôt une pomme qui pousse dans les pins… HU HU HU! OH YES, IT’S A PINEAPPLE!”
(z’avez vu, on peut le faire aussi… hon hon hon!)
changing time zones in 2 days. right now overwhelmed by all the preparations because i just have too many things and they refuse to weigh less than they actually do.
This is gonna be a list of how characters call each other in the game, because I can never remember for the life of me. Might function as a nice general reference as well.
Organization is by individual, with Japanese names in Japanese name order (kanji and any English names will be in parenthesis). The following list will be how they are called by any given individuals. The first entry in each list is how they refer to themselves (if and when I manage to catch it orz).
Also the list only has important/recurring characters. Any translation notes and extra comments will be included under each name as well.
For the names themselves, the list includes both the romaji and the appropriate hiragana/katakana/kanji. This is because, even if two characters call someone the same name, how its written gives off a bit of a different vibe. It might be best to think of all-kanji as the most formal way to go about it, followed by hiragana, and then katakana as generally the least formal. It’s not a HARD AND FAST rule, but it’s a good place to start.