For those who missed the FFXV VA live stream, this includes most of the clips in one video. Ty to
JadeYuLing for compiling everything! Also, here is a Google spreadsheet with links to more clips, VA and fan tweets etc. Please go check it out for more fun live stream things :)
Hello! May I ask if you know if there's a recorded video of the VA twitch stream? Or if you have one yourself and will upload it? Thanks!
Hi! I’m afraid there probably isn’t going to be a full stream to download as the guys forgot to record it at the start :/ So all we have are mainly clips that people managed to get.
But, here is a Google spreadsheet (not mine) with links to more clips, VA and fan tweets etc. It’s pretty comprehensive and updated, so please go check it out for more fun live stream things :)
(I’m getting a lot of new msgs asking similar things, I’m sorry but I don’t have the full download. Don’t feel too bad though, the guys did say they want to do another one so I’m sure we’ll get to enjoy a second live stream again soon!)
Au where yamaguchi has a beautiful singing voice and tsukishima can beatbox and can make a tune out of literally anything and just imagine the musical fluff and singing together when the gym is empty. Oh my god don't get me started if they ever get caught by the team !
Ok but it’s like canon Yama has a nice voice??? I mean I don’t have a link, but Yamaguchi’s VA is a really great singer??? And Kei beat-boxing. I’m down. The team would flip if they witnessed this, they would die most definitely.
Happy birthday to the girl who spends her money after an hour of getting it. I mean this year, she got her birthday money and spun around and spent it on Twilight Princess. What’s wrong with her.
But in all seriousness, she told me “Hey Melissa. Did you know that Lyon and Link have the same VA?” In which I responded, “So Jimmy Kudo is Link?!” But then she said, “No you hellacious shit. Only in the Japanese VAs are the same.” So with tears in my eyes, I drew this for her.
Thursday, October 22nd, at 6pm, at the Virginia Historical Society (428 North Boulevard, Richmond VA), there will be a free event on the 1959-1964 closing of Prince Edward County Public Schools. The schools were closed so that the leadership at the time would not have to undertake desegregation.
There will be a screening of the twenty-minute trailer for the new documentary “They Closed Our Schools,” Kristen Green will be signing copies of her book “Something Must be Done About Prince Edward County,” and several former students will speak and share their stories on the student strike, the school closings, and the legacy of Prince Edward County, Virginia.
Free, open to the public, light refreshments will be served.