sailor-problems

matt0044  asked:

Well, I guess you could just watch the English Version. Fun fact: Cristina Vee voices Marinette and Sailor Mars.

Here’s the problem: the English version is the one I watch when I want to laugh like crazy because it’s overall terrible. Lines are weird and make little sense (like Adrien saying Ladybug has his mother’s EYES?? Mama Agreste has green eyes and Ladybug has blue?), Adrien’s father not giving him anything but a pen for his birthday isn’t even canon in the French version (because, well, it’s honestly ridiculous), the French version also does not give Hawkmoth any lines saying he wants to take over the world (which I prefer because I want him to not have the stereotypical villain motivation), also, I think a lot of the voices in the English are laughable (which isn’t to say the voice actors aren’t talented, cuz they are, but they make some odd choices with their voice approaches in this show and Gabriel/Hawkmoth’s voice is the only one that’s honestly really enjoyable to me).

Also…’I am a cat’ is a line in the opening. Like, come on. Did we really need that basic of an intro for ya, dude? That and Chat’s lines that all sound submissive to Ladybug are suddenly changed around to sound like he wants to take control or something and that is complete bullshit.

I love the English version in it’s own funny over-the-top way but when I want to get serious about the characters and plot, I want the French version with the original French lines. The characters are deeper and more human in the French version while the English honestly seems to make fun of and simplify things that really should be made more human. And when my favorite character is Gabriel/Hawkmoth, I need that human element cuz all they want to do is make him out to be the stereotypical villian and stereotypical distant father without giving reason that would be closer to real life abusive situations when children really need to be given a way to see those bad behaviors if their own parents are displaying them.

So, yeah, I want the French version and I want it with the actual French dialogue translations and I’ll fight for it.

Also, fun fact: When Christina Vee voices Sailor Mars, it’s with the original Japanese dialogue for the original Japanese Sailor Moon script translated directly. You won’t see any characters with blue eyes being told they have the eyes of someone with green eyes there, my dude. 

Originally posted by meowgreste

sabrozodiaco  asked:

Hello, I was wondering if there's any official info about the character's heights? Because I've seen different sites saying different stuff about each character, the only one who stays the same in all sites is Usagi with 4'11''.

As far as I know there isn’t an official measurement of the senshi.

There is, however, this settai from the first season where they compare the main character heights for visual references and animation purposes.

Unfortunately, they didn’t give any numerical information just visual reference.

Actually, we have numerical reference coming from the Sailor Moon RPG Resource book.

Usagi - 4'11’’
Ami - 5'2’’
Rei - 5'3’’
Makoto - 5'6’’
Minako - 5'0’’
Mamoru - 6'2’’
Haruka - 5'8’’
Michiru - 5'4’’
Setsuna - 5'6’’
Hotaru - 3'9’‘ 

Nonetheless, I don’t consider this canon since this info says that Ami is actually taller than Minako when this isn’t the case in any Sailor Moon installment.

Unless Crystal comes up with new profile bios with this kind of information, we’ll never have official and canon information about their heights.

Not that this is a problem imo.

Turn loose the mermaids(part 19)

If you want to kill me I’d like you to take a number and wait in the queue for you turn.

Thanks to @miracujess for being my beta and dealing with my bullshit.

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The Swampy Cove was the most fucking stupid name they could have ever come with for the little island they hid the ammunition in, but he had decided to let a drunk Ivan have the pleasure of naming it. Oh well, it could have been worse. It was certainly better than Shrimp’s Lagoon. As for the ammo, well, it was a habit of Chat. He had some small, unpopulated islands where he decided to make little storages. Ammo, food, medicine. He had them marked, cause he liked being prepared. You never knew when a place like that would come in handy. When a battle would end up badly and they might be too far away from any port.

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hamelin-born  asked:

...I have just discovered your Sailor Ace AU, and I DID NOT KNOW WHAT WAS MISSING FROM MY LIFE. (I'm also a Law fan, so I look forward to seeing what you make of him! I think that he and Ace would bond over how many problems get solved by SETTING THINGS ON FIRE).

Haha, thanks! Glad you’re enjoying it! Law is actually a big part of this. He’s one of the strongest Scouts, actually, after Venus, due to circumstances. For the same reason, he also learned to be well careful about his fire, though, because Mars is fueled by passion and Law has a lot of that!

He and Ace don’t really get off to the best start, unfortunately. Law is unimpressed by his introduction and frankly appalled by the half-baked nature of Ace’s plans. Then they require a distraction, at some point, and, well. Let’s just say a firestorm is very distracting~

The Neat Solution to the Benders and the Zoidbergs problem

To remind you, here’s the problem:

A sailor was caught in a bad storm while sailing, and she washed up on the shore of Smullyland. All the people on this island belong to one of 2 families: the Benders and the Zoidbergs. Members of the Bender family are incapable of telling the truth; members of the Zoidberg family are incapable of lying.

As our hero walked across the island she met 2 locals named Bob and Joe (who were friends; each knew which family the other was from). Joe told her where to find a boat that could get her off the island, and she wanted to know if what he said was true. She asked Bob: “Do both of you belong to the Zoidberg family?” Bob answered either “yes” or “no” (I won’t say which), but at this point she didn’t have enough information to determine which family Joe was from. Then she asked Joe: “Do you two belong to the same family?” Joe answered either “yes” or “no” (I won’t say which), but after hearing his answer she knew with no ambiguity which family Joe was from and thus whether he had told the truth about the boat. Was Joe telling the truth about the boat? 

Our hero has perfect reasoning ability- she will always solve a puzzle as soon as there is enough information, and she is never wrong in answering a puzzle.

Solution:

This is not a hard problem, but it requires you to take it step by step logically.

1.  Make it easier to follow.  Call the Benders “liars” and the Zoidbergs “truth tellers”.

2.  Bob speaks first.  He was asked if they’re both truth tellers.  He either says “yes” or “no”.  After he speaks, the problem was not yet solved.

3.  Assume he says “no”.

If he’s a liar, then that would mean they’re both truth tellers. But that’s a contradiction, since he’s a liar.  So he can’t say “no” if he’s a liar.  If he said “no” he’s a truth teller.

If he’s a truth teller, then “no” can only mean that he’s a truth teller and Joe’s a liar. There’s no other possibility. Which means if Bob says “no” the problem is solved.  But since we know the problem was not solved after Bob answered, Bob must have said “yes”, not “no”.

4. Bob answered “yes”.

If Bob is a truth teller and answered “yes” that means they’re both truth tellers.

Possibility A

Bob–truth teller/Joe–truth teller

If Bob is a liar and answered “yes”, that means Bob is a liar and Joe is either a liar or a truth teller.

Possibility B

Bob–Liar/Joe–truth teller

Possibility C

Bob-Liar/Joe–Liar.

6. Those are the 3 possibilities that existed when Joe was asked if they both belong to the same family.  Joe either answered “yes” or “no”.

7.  Assume Joe answered “no”.

If he’s a truth-teller, that means Joe is a truth teller and Bob is a liar. That is Possibility B on our list and could have happened.

If he’s a liar, that means they must both be from the same family and must both be liars. That’s Possibility C on our list and could have happened.

In other words, if Joe said “no”, that is consistent with two possibilities and the problem would still not be solved.  Since we know the problem is solved after Joe spoke, Joe could not have said “no”.

8.  We now know Joe must have said “yes”, but let’s test it to see if it works.

9.   Let’s say Joe said “yes”.

If Joe is a liar, that would mean Joe’s a liar and Bob’s a truth teller.  But that possibility is not on our list, meaning it’s not logically possible.  So Joe must be a truth teller.

If Joe is a truth teller and said “yes”, that means they are both truth tellers.  That is our Possibility A, and it is the only possibility that is logically consistent with the facts.

Solution: Bob and Joe are both Zoidbergs and Joe told the truth about the boat.