Sunday, 31 March 2013

Spice and Wolf- novel 7- Side Colors

*SPOILERS AHEAD*

This volume comprises of 3 short stories, the first of which is about Holo and 2 children, set before she met Lawrence. This story takes up just more than half of the book.

The other two stories have Lawrence in them, but are not set directly after book 6.

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Part 1: The Boy and the Girl and the White Flowers

A boy and a girl of the rough ages of 10 and 12 respectively worked in a rich estate owned by a traveller of whom was hardly there. One day the brother of this rich man turns up and claims ownership of the estate, saying that his brother died on his travels. He then sets to sending everyone packing, essentially throwing them out on the street to become beggars.

The boy, called Klass, was a servant of the mansion. The girl, named Aryes, resided in a high stone walled area next door to the mansion. Aryes is older then Klass, but she had not so much as seen the outside world in all her years. Yet on that fateful day, Klass remembers her as being the first one to walk away drifting off into the distance. He decided to join her by quickly grabbing a  sack and stuffing it with as much food and water as he could before running off and chasing after her to catch up.

At first Aryes is a confused girl, making you think she's not all there in the head. She asks Klass why flowers do not wilt in the ground without being situated inside vases with water. She also considers birds to be spiders crawling along a high blue ceiling, and she also does not recognise him as a boy. In fact the only man she has ever recognised as being male was when a horse drawn carriage passed them on the road.

They are travelling along the same road that led out of their estate, with the knowledge that it would eventually lead the way to the sea. They spend their days walking on or near the road, rationing their food and water and sleeping on hillsides.

On their forth night Klass is awoken by the sound of wolves. He wakes Aryes, but not knowing the danger she only shivers from the cold. Just as the pack are about to attack, they retreat having noticed something (later revealed to be Holo).

On day 5, Klass pushes a weakening Aryes too much, and towards twilight she collapses and vomits. Just as it seems like they are doomed, Holo appears out the blue.

Holo tells him that Aryes is just suffering fatigue and nothing more. She shares her food with them in return for her joining their party, but the next day she leaves them be again and catches up with them toward sundown.

That night Klass and Holo are awake. She asks him whether the master of his old household was truly dead. He explains what he knows, and Holo seems disappointed. She explains that the travelling man was searching for an elixir of immortality. She explains that she wanted it for herself (its implied that she would use it on a future mate. She's most afraid of loneliness after all, especially when it comes to seeing loved ones dying whilst she stays young).

She then starts teasing Klass and eventually Aryes wakes up and notices. Holo is toying with him on purpose to see if Aryes would become jealous.

The next day their travels take them to new boggier lands with rocks and even a forest in the distance. Holo gives them a wake up call regarding the real world. She teaches them about money and how they would have to work all the hours of the day just for food alone. In other words they are likely to become beggars or even worse; die of starvation (which was nearly the case before she arrived).

Klass takes out a few coins on his possession, thinking it would get him by for 3 months. Holo tells him it wouldn't even pay for a loaf of bread. Aryes reaches round her collar and takes out a gem stone neckless that she tells them she received when she was young. She suggests using it to pay for food. Holo asks her what has been inscribed on it, and she reads "to my daughter Aryes". Clueless, she considers it a gift from god. However, Klass and Holo both realise that she must be the daughter of rich parents. Holo tells her she must be the daughter of the lord of the manor that went traveling, and that she is the true heir of the family, and should be the true owner of the estate they left.

Holo then tests them by asking if they consider it wise to turn back now that they know this fact, but they don't want too because of the evil brother who is now in charge. Holo then updates them on a serious predicament; the household know of Aryes and are presently hot on their tail to return her to the estate.

Holo suggests they run for the next town located just beyond the forest. She claims they can hide successfully within it.

After running as fast and as hard as they can muster, they find themselves deep inside the forest. Aryes rests and Klass goes off to search for water. Holo heads back carefully to see if they are still being followed. She soon reports back saying they are safe for now.

Holo teases Klass as she forces him to sleep on her lap, when all he really wants is to sleep by Aryes side.

After waking up and traveling some more inside the forest, Holo turns back to them with a sour look and tells them she may not be able to help them any more. Klass hears a noise directly behind him, and turns around slowly to find a giant stag god standing right behind him.

Klass and Aryes run whilst Holo takes up the defensive. She jumps through the trees with such agility that Klass mistakes her for flying.

Soon the epic battle between Holo and the giant stag continues downhill near a stream. Klass and Aryes become cornered by a gathering of deer, and the giant stag catches up to them, without Holo around.

Klass assumes that Holo has been killed. He tries to protect Aryes but the stag comes after him. After taking up the defensive and dodging the stags kicks, he manages to pounce up towards its head and uses his staff to poke its eye. The stag wails in agony and flails off down towards the stream. Klass runs to check on his girl and then collapses from fatigue.

Klass wakes up in a new place. He checks his surroundings and realises that Aryes is there with him, safe. He's lying in a cave, laying on straw. To his astonishment Holo is behind him.

We learn that Holo lied to the children about being chased by people from the estate they walked away from. In fact this was all part of Holos teasing, as a way of making Klass more of a braver man for his girl. The deer and stag god were also a test of courage. The giant stag shows up without any injury to his eye. Apparently even Aryes was in on it, which explains why she wasn't that bothered about the giant stag and never ran away from it.

The novel finishes with Holo basking in the sunlight shining down from deep inside the forest, in the deers 'holy ground'.

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Holo mentioned these two children in the previous novel. With Col having just joined their group and Holo acting like a mother, its nice to see how she acted around kids in her past.

Holo tells Klass that she is 2 centuries old. This isn't much information, but it does give us something at least. The time frame of this story still seems like a very similar age to the main story, yet it has to be before the time Holo settled in the village of Pasloe, which she resided in for "hundreds of years". So I'm guessing this particular story must be set in the early hundreds, like maybe 500BC-ish? Maybe? Just how old is Holo anyway?

I found it hard imagining them following the road 100% of the time. It was slightly contradictory in that it would say they are following a road to the sea, yet they would be climbing grassy hills, stopping to look at flowers, and find it hard passing through thick forest understory.

I'm guessing there will be a follow up story at some point down the line. We still haven't seen them reach the sea, nor who Aryes parents really are. I would also like to see how Holo parts with the couple and whether it would be a sad moment for her as it would mean her being lonely once more.

I'm giving this short story the benefit of the doubt. I assume there will be a part two at some point, so because of this I'm still going to rate it high at 8-10.

Overall its nice to have had a glimpse at Holos life before we met her in volume 1.

Holo, Aryes and Klass
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Part 2: The Red of the Apple, the Blue of the Sky

This was a very short story set directly after novel 1.

Holo and Lawrence are still in Pazzio despite kinda needing to run away from those who would recognise them, especially those that would recognise Holo as being a wolf.

Holo had bought a few crates of apples whilst Lawrence was recovering from his injuries. She had also bought a few expensive clothes using Lawrence's money. Holo slowly eats her way through the apples in their room. Lawrence wonders where she packs it all, and even contemplates that maybe her stomach is somehow magically the size of her true form. He teaches her about the delights of baking apples for a pie, but they never get round to making one.
Lawrence then tells her that they need warmer clothes for traveling north with. Needing to change his money, they visit Weiz. He acts all seductively charming around Holo again, which annoys Lawrence. They decide to visit him later in a bar, and set off to a clothing stall in which Holo turns her nose up to some second hand wares, but eventually settles on some more expensive clothes which she would later wear as her 'town girl' look.

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After visiting Weiz, Holo tells Lawrence that she considers Weiz a 'better male' for flirting/bantering with her. No wonder Lawrence fought so strongly from then on to be a person Holo would honestly admire.

Not a bad short story, though I'm surprised they didn't just get out of Pazzio ASAP. I thought they had enemies in that town after novel 1? See, this is why I write a synopsis to everything, otherwise I forget key points. Eerghhh maybe one day I will write the first novel's synopsis.

Rating this is difficult because it was so short. Maybe a 6-10 for being average. However it was still a nice filler episode of sorts.

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Part 3: Wolf and Amber Melancholy

This was a very short story set directly after novel 2.

Lawrence and Norah are busy chatting over a lavish meal in a tavern. Naturally, Holo is there as well, but she's being very insular. She meticulously watches Norah's mannerisms to try and understand why Lawrence is so infatuated with her. Holo is also somewhat drunk and hazy, and soon realises that she is ill. Instead of making a scene and disrupting their well deserved victory meal, she decides to stick it out and challenges herself not to make a scene until she is safely inside her bed.

Unfortunately for her, she passes out at the table. Next thing she realises is waking up in bed, hearing Lawrence about to walk through the door. Upon his arrival she pretends to act weak and feeble to see how he would react, hoping to get a response he would likely give to Norah. However, her plan backfires as he scolds her for not telling him sooner that she felt unwell. She's shocked because throughout her whole life hardly anyone has ever told her off, and whats more, he was right.

He feels her forehead for her temperature. She feels slightly embarrassed but doesn't let him show it. She then thinks of him taking advantage of her weakness and jumping her, and even comes close to asking him if he would, just so she could tease him about how red in the face he would be. Alas these only remain as her thoughts.

The next morning Lawrence introduces her to something she has never even heard of before- medicine. He explains the human theory for the use of medicine as she's forced to drink weak apple wine. We learn that she never could finish off the crate of apples from the last story, and had to share them with him. Even though she was reluctant at first, she ended up preferring to eat them with someone.

He tells her that he expects the same amount of treatment and attention she's getting from him if he ever were to fall ill, and she smiles and says thats fine, so long as he doesn't mind it being done in the style of the Yoitsu wolves. He reserves his next comment, and we readers learn that it would mean licking the body and cuddling up. LOL.

He spoon feeds her out of a bowl, and she loves being treated as a child or a wolf cub.

Holo apologises for her falling ill and delaying their trip up north, but he says it wasn't so bad after all as in his extra time he has been able to make up and restore his friendship with the townsfolk of Ruvinheigen.

Lawrence mentions that he has also been spending time with Norah, which makes her considerably jealous. She tries her best to hide it but he ends up asking her why she hates her so. He explains how he considers her sweet, which makes her think that she may be over thinking things. With a cooler head, she sees that Lawrence doesn't notice her jealousy.

Lawrence leaves Holo to rest once again. She lies in bed pondering about Lawrence being a sheep. Eventually he comes back, with Norah. Instead of throwing a fit, Holo asks Norah what the best way to control sheep is, at which Norah realises she's talking about Lawrence, and quickly replies "you need a generous heart". Holo is moved by her reply, and instantly comes to realise just how wrong her misconceptions were about the girl. She decides to like her from here on out, and whats more concludes that the feelings that she holds towards Lawrence are in fact the emotion of love.

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This story is told from the perspective of Holo, which makes for a nice change. Its interesting to know that she considers everyday situations as mini hunts which should always see her as coming out on top.

It was really fantastic to learn that this was the moment that she started to love Lawrence. Its just a shame that later she would be over thinking things to the point that she would want to push him out of her life.

This short story was KEY to the franchise, so I'm giving it 10-10.


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Volume 7 is the first book in the series NOT to be released with a western style cover jacket. Yen Press must figure that by now everyone is used to the manga style images, rendering the blonde American Holo redundant.

I hate being harsh, and I know it must be a fucking pain translating from Japanese to English, but so far this book in the series is the worst for having English grammar errors. Whoever is working as proof readers at Yen Press need to step up their game. We are only talking about 20 to 30 occasions that I noticed of, but it still becomes obvious that the proof readers were strapped for time.

This book does not get an overall score. I only rate the quality of the stories only, ignoring the translation errors.

Tuesday, 26 March 2013

Music Vblog: Daft Punk SNL ads

So Saturday Night Live has aired 2 Daft Punk ads over the last few weeks for their new album Random Access Memories.
This is my video which extends both of the 15 second ads and puts them together into one song.

All done in Audacity and IMovie 11. Enjoy.

 

Here are separate links to the extensions I produced for the two ads-
1) Daft Punk Random Access Memories SNL ad 1 [perfect loop!]
2) Daft Punk Random Access Memories SNL ad 2 [perfect loop!]

*EDIT*
YouTube gave me a warning so i had to delete them. Sorry about that.

Sunday, 17 March 2013

My girls \ (^ ∇ ^) /


Saw this and loved it! What a great picture to represent my blog this past year!

Friday, 8 March 2013

Spice and Wolf- novel 6

*SPOILERS AHEAD*

This novel is theoretically where a possible third anime series would start from.

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Having just been confessed too, Holo storms out the Delink Company building holding tightly to Lawrence's hand. She breaks into a run, much to the complaint from him due to his injuries. They head towards their inn. She explains that they have to hurry because traders will be after their blood.

Back in their room, Holo is confused and lost in thought. They confirm their true feelings for one another, that being that he loves her, and that she will go her separate ways from him on a happy note.

They decide after a nice banter that they should chase Eve for their money back. Being honest though they both like the idea because it will delay their journey to Yoitsu. They decide that the best way to catch up to her will be by boat.

They head to the docks and join up with a skipper named Ragusa. He is a boisterous, loud but friendly man who is all too happy to lead them to their destination of Kerube, located downriver towards the West. The vessel is a sail-less long boat which Ragusa drives with a poll.

Holo and Lawrence have more time to talk whilst Ragusa is asleep. She confesses to Lawrence that she refuses to accept being in a relationship with him. Lawrence feels heartbroken but things change a second later when they fall into an embrace. It seems at this point like Holo's heart is in love with him but her head is saying no due to the eventual heartache she will experience when he dies.

The Roam River is mostly quite, but there are multiple tolls along route where ships need to pay a fee for using it. At one such station, they come across a young lad arguing with the authorities. If things turn nasty he could be killed. Lawrence intervenes and pays for the boys taxes. He boards their boat and collapses due to stress. Holo is immediately by his side and instantly adopts the role of mother, a side Lawrence has never seen of her.

Apparently the boy, named Tote Col, was a student from a school many many miles away, and was trapped by a scheme that saw him loose his tuition fees. After that he was scammed into a deal of buying deeds which he thought were genuine but ended up being stollen or forged.

However, Lawrence makes a deal with the boy to buy the book off him so as to learn of market trends from the stollen deeds. He comes across a few papers relating to copper coins and a few crates that seem to be missing from the receipts.

From here Col acts somewhat as an apprentice for Lawrence. With Holo being the mother figure, Lawrence feels quite comfortable with the idea of family life.

During their usual banter, Holo is attention seeking and Lawrence refuses to give in. They talk of what could happen during their adventures, but have an unspoken rule of not talking about when they eventually reach Yoitsu. In fact, Holo may still be feeling like abandoning him even before then. We learn that Holo's fear is so vast that she may be thinking of abandoning him before their relationship falls into a romantic one. This way her pain of loneliness will not be as great, or so she thinks anyway.

They research the stollen deeds some more, and a pattern emerges from a certain Jean Company, where on multiple occasions 3 orders of copper coin crates never make it to their final destination. Lawrence thinks there could be corruption in the works, and sets a plan out in his mind to somehow turn these facts into his own profit.

Holo and Lawrence banter some more when she is made to find any mention of the Jean Company among the pages of stollen deeds. She asks him if he's more interested in the case rather than chasing Eve (which is true), and gets irritated at his vague answer. She makes an observation about how he loves chasing after profit, at which he assumes that she doesn't seem to mind, and how she likes using her head as a way to kill time. This really upsets her. She goes from stinking mad to ignoring him all in one go, saying she will only speak to him once he has figured out what he did to make her angry.

A man on horseback arrives on the banks of the river. He tells them that there is a sunken shipwreck down river, and that its causing a traffic jam of boats needing to pass. Ragusa orders Lawrence and the boy off the boat, telling them they have to walk the rest of the way. Holo was ordered too as well but Ragusa thinks better of it and allows her to stay on board. He thinks that having merchants on board may cause trouble when they catch up.

Walking alone together on the river bank, Lawrence thinks of taking up Holo's advice and comes close to asking Col if he would like to become his apprentice. Holo advised this to Lawrence due to her adamant feeling that she will leave him soon, and that it would be good for him to not be lonely.

Lawrence and Cole eventually catch up to the part of the river where a boat was earlier wrecked. It was most likely done deliberately by Eve, as a way of holding back other fur sellers so she could stay ahead in the fur trade war.

Many of the merchants try their hand at pulling the wreckage out of the water with rope and man power; alas to no avail.

Ragusa walks over to the two of them and comments on the situation. The captain of the wrecked boat has gone upriver to negotiate with some peddlers, whilst food and drink is being transported from the nearest river toll-point. Merchants of bigger ships have had to move their cargo (mostly fur) out onto the banks of the river to elevate weight, in case they somehow too get caught up in the wreck.

Ragusa wonders why Holo didn't come over to greet Lawrence at his arrival, and realises they have had a falling out (she is currently chatting to a young woman some distance away). Ragusa tries to make Lawrence spill the beans on what happened, but he's hesitant, so Ragusa makes the corny joke "I've got some confidence when it comes to such troublesome matters. I've been taking boats up and down the river for the past twenty years. When it comes to water under the bridge, you just leave it to me!" at which Holo can be heard bursting into laughter some distance off.

Lawrence is still hesitant, but tells them anyway. After the story, Ragusa and Cole both look at each other and realise where Lawrence made his mistake. They decide to leave him be, making Lawrence feel even more guilty because even a boy can work it out.

After a while even the most irate merchant calms down. Up until this point there were a few ratty merchants swearing and cussing at the situation but now that its twilight people have mellowed down a bit. Food and drink arrives and a bonfire is lit from using scrap from the wreck.

A certain wolf tailed girl walks up to the lonely forlorn Lawrence and sits by his side. She breaks their silence yet talks like she's saying things to herself. Lawrence, frustrated, plays along by talking in a similar manner. She cuddles up to him, still ignoring him but enticing him for an apology. He realises she's eager for his apology, so he mentions something else, throwing her behavior off. She regains her composure and they both think of ways to best each others wits.

The sun sets onto a carnival type atmosphere around the bonfire. Holo breaks the ice and stands up, holding Lawrence's hand. He makes a joke to her about how she should assume her wolf form to pull out the wreck, and she looks down on him exasperated. She forgives him, and he looks up at her for the first time realising what he did wrong. He had become so dependent on her goodwill that he had become lazy. In other words he wasn't appreciating her enough. She sits down on him and pulls him close enough to draw glares from the whole camp, with Ragusa feeling the need to cover Cols eyes. lol

As Lawrence thinks about his actions, Holo joins hands with the girl she was speaking with earlier, and they dance around the fire to the sounds of a flute and cheers emanating from their audience.

Lawrence's thoughts lead him to think that Holo isn't as wise as she cracks up to be, but he needs proof. Taking things into his own drunken hands he decides best to find information on her hometown. He does this by asking the other drunken merchants questions about the mountains of Roef, close to where Yoitsu is supposed to have been. Ragusa joins in and the conversation quickly changes to an interesting story about a town called Lesko on the Roef River and mountains upriver. Apparently there is a copper mine there, which may be relevant to the coin corruption they know about.

As the men drink themselves silly, Holo ditches wearing her robe and feels safe dancing with her hair flowing in the air and her tail showing. She still manages to cover her ears by wearing the skin of a flying squirrel as a hat.

Lawrence's drunken state gets worse, and soon he starts feeling dozy. Ragusa seems to be the only one able to hold his liquor, and mentions something to Lawrence about Roef and the bones of a hellhound, but this is all Lawrence can take and he passes out.

Lawrence wakes up in the middle of the night feeling tied to the ground. He tries to get up to no avail and blames the drink he consumed, only to realise that under his blanket, Holo is sleeping on top of him. She slowly wakes up after trying to cuddle up to him, and makes a joke about how it suits her being on top. LOL. Thirsty, they go for a walk and collect water from the river, then notice that not so far away is Col, apparently studying. He shies away his things upon their arrival, and Holo tells him to collect their blanket and meet them by the fire for a nice night time chat.

Holo and Lawrence end up talking to Col about any local legends he may know of, ones in which feature animal gods. He talks about a story involving a frog god from near to where he comes from (which is around the same area of where Yoitsu used to be) before moving onto a more interesting story regarding a wolf. This story has it that in more recent times the church came into the town of Rupi looking for a lucky wolf god bone. This wolf was apparently saved by the villages from a terrible injury, and when it died later in life it left its offspring there as well as its foreleg bone to protect the villagers from plague and disaster. Col says that the legend has it that the wolfs offspring still live in the town to this day.
Lawrence thinks that this story is what Ragusa must have been talking about just before he passed out earlier. Lawrence also ponders about the wolf gods offspring, and how they would be accepted into the village. This must back up what Dianna told him in Kumerson by how wolf gods and humans can have children.

Just as Col is talking about how he believes it to all be fairytales, Lawrence pipes up that if it were so, why would the church be so interested in finding the bone?

Just then a loud creaking and cracking sound is heard from the river. Everyone wakes up from the noise and runs off to investigate. The noise was of the wreck breaking up, allowing one of the bigger boats at the front of the queue to float free downstream. Ragusa and the men run off to stop it, and Lawrence nearly does so too, but Holo holds him back.

She tells him that if the story is true, then the church will surly be trying to find the bone in order to convince worshipers that it was once an evil thing, but of which was squashed of its power by Christianity to render it harmless, thus convincing everyone that their religion is more powerful.

Ragusa and the men stop the runaway vessel and walk back, piling wood from the freed up wreck to feed to the fire. Holo continues her conversation with Lawrence and suggests to him that they should continue their original plan of journeying together until Yoitsu after all. He lightly reminds her of his confession (implying he would rather stay with her forever), and she turns away shyly.

In either case, Holo is interested enough in Cols story to investigate it further. After all, the wolf in question may be one of her relatives or an old friend.

The next morning Holo and Lawrence decide to say their goodbyes to Ragusa and Col, making up the lie that they have changed their mind and would now return back to Lenos.
In reality they need to make up for lost time, and plan on catching up to Eve in Kerube by having Holo change into her wolf form.

When they are finally alone, shortly before Holo is about to prepare undressing and changing into her wolf form, Holo spots Col running up to them. Col requests joining them to help search for the legendary wolf bone, and Holo and Lawrence accept his offer.

Tote Col
Col offers to pay for his passage with money; money they know he doesn't have. Lawrence asks him if he stole it from Ragusa, and he denies it. He says he worked out the reason why the 3 crates of copper coins were missing from the deeds they were researching through, and traded this knowledge with Ragusa for money (or rather Ragusa gave Col his money as a friendly parting gesture as well as paying for the information at the same time).
Lawrence is shocked, but apparently Holo had also worked out the reason. He asks for an explanation but they tell him its best for him to work it out himself (and apparently us readers too. Oh well).

Col is made to look the other way as Holo undresses. She changes into a giant wolf and frightens Col when he notices her true form. Col reacts better to Holo's true form than Lawrence initially did, and she licks him. He requests to touch her tail and she complies.

Col is first to climb on Holo's back with Lawrence sitting behind him. Holo sits up and breaks into a trot, leading into a run.

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The most important line in book 5 was "I like you". The same moment was talked about early in this book but was re-translated as "I love you". Most probably being translated from the Japanese word of "Suki" I can understand this. The literal translation is 'like', but when used in confessing your feelings its more like a shy way of saying 'love'.

The overall tone of this novel was slow and easy going. To be honest this was a good move after the hefty storyline of book 5, and besides, chilled out stories like this one can create fantastic atmospheres, which in this volume was when they were traveling down stream, and during the bonfire party. All good stuff.

I'm not that happy with Col joining the team because it may wreck the mood of the series. In this novel Col was more of an assistant to Ragusa than Lawrence, so he didn't interfere with Lawrence and Holo's personal banter. It wont be this way from now on. The only saving grace I've got is that Lawrence also made this very same concern with Holo. Hopefully this character wont be around for long. Another thing I would like to point out on this subject is that I love this series because you have two characters falling in love with each other without anyone interfering, which up until now made for a nice change from the similar situations you get between anime couples.

Rating this book isn't easy. I'm tempted to give it a 7-10 just out of spite for making Col a regular character, but Holo would call me a fool for being unwise so instead I'm giving it 9-10. It would have been a 10-10 if Col didn't join them.
Rating this book is easy. Col joined the gang. Instant 6-10. However I would also like to point out that this book was totally pointless.

If Col annoys me for getting in the way of their romance, expect me to come down on this series like a ton of bricks. EDIT: yup. see that lovely 6-10 above.

Spice and Wolf to me is classified as 'unhindered romance'. I will fucking hate this series with a passion if this changes in the long term. EDIT: YUP, IT DID. I'm deadly serious. I'm absolutely fed up of anime titles loosing their potential midway through the series. I was hoping this wouldn't be another victim. EDIT: Well it was, so thats that.


Sunday, 3 March 2013

Pony videos

I'm no brony, and I know this is old, but the spoof videos still make me laugh

Daicon Pony


Propane Rainbows 2.0 (an AMV)


TermiPony 2- Friendship Day


Ponymen


PonyCraft 2


My Little INCEPTION


300 Ponies


The Lord of the Ponies Fellowship of the Brony


The Rainbow Knight


Scott Pony vs. The World


Trot Fuzz


Inglourious Ponies