baroque frames

top 10 games that should be made into anime

number 10: fatal frame series

format: each game is a 12 episode season

number 9: saya no uta

format: 3 part OVA

number 8: baroque (baroque syndrome)

format: 90 minutes movie-adding more background about the  world and characters and how they came to embody their perticular baroque

number 7:digital devil saga

format: each game is a 12 episode season

number 6: nights into dreams

format: 4 part OVA- showing more of the 2 main characters life and everyday strugles, and how to nightmares they face represent their fears and the nightmares relationship with eachother particulary nights and reala  (bonus points: more emo different main characters that are deeper and more interesting)

number 5: ib

format: 6 episodes - more information on Guertena’s life and works

( bonus- ends with the forgotten portrait ending)

number 4: asura’s wrath

format: each chapter is an episode (so its 6 episodes in total)

number 3: eternal sonata

format: 16 episodes series - switching the text parts about chopins life with actual animation of it

number 2: final fantasy 8

format: 24 episodes series ( changing the opening after the plot of each “disk” (arc?) is done)

NUMBER 1: the drakengard series + nier

format: the first game is a 8 episodes series, the second is 10, and nier and drakengard 3 are 16 episodes (revealing more about the settings is a must)

anyway thank you for reading my first list! i hope you enjoyed!

sorry if there are any spelling mistakes english is not my native language and its like 3 am

The official commemorative coin marking the christening of Princess Charlotte features two harp-playing cherubs encircled by swags of lilies.

The Royal Mint revealed the £5 coin after the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, along with the Queen and the Chancellor George Osborne, approved the design.

Engraver John Bergdahl, who also crafted Prince George’s christening coin, made Charlotte’s coin similar to her brother’s to symbolise the link between the royal siblings.

A baroque-style oval frame, or cartouche, at the centre bears the inscription: “To celebrate the Christening of Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana of Cambridge 2015.”