Well, I tried! The first and fourth ones have garbage translations (mostly due to my incompetence with the language) but the others I feel good about! I mean, at least we have sometranslation! I’ll see my Japanese teacher tomorrow, so I’ll just ask her to help me with these, but until then, enjoy some Strelka Stories hype!
Wow, not only did they share more about Prairie’s civilization. They dropped the ball on a couple of characters that we heard tidbits about. For example, Waffle’s parents. There is even a ‘Hitler-esque’ cat character. I’m guessing the guy that started the War before the events of Tail Concerto. I’ll post more on the civilizations. Also, Cat and Dog People are the names of the race of Prairie, which means that they are a separate race from the Caninu and Felineko of Shepard (Solatorobo). That is good to know, because I thought that Caninu and Felineko were the names of the beings and not race. The more you know 😏
The Cat and Dog People are the names of the race of Prairie, which means that they are separate from the Caninu and Felineko of Shepard (Solatorobo). That is good to know, because I thought that the Caninu and Felineko were the names of the beings and not race. Well, the one big question of what’s currently in the universe remains. What race is Mamoru’s named?
I bought and imported the first official artbook for the game “Solatorobo: Red the Hunter”. Its called Solatorobo Volume 1: BlueSky. Its a really great artbook, and while the cost was a tad expensive, it was well worth it. Its got 250+ pages worth of artwork, which includes finished official artwork, various designs of the characters, mecha, etc by artists WAKA, Mamesuke, Yukie Kaneyama, Nobuteru Yuki, and Yoshitaka Taniguchi, and even large amounts of information on the world of Solatorobo (though I can’t read it, as its in Japanese).
Anyways, here’s me holding the cover of the book as well as some pictures from the inside. Hope you guys like it!
And in case anyone’s wondering how I got this, Amazon Japan has the books in stock. There’s no import taxes on books (at least to the US), so it should be as simple as purchasing anything else on the internet. Hope that helps!