|Reviews for Magic and Martial Arts: Year One|
| papiliokaze chapter 2 . 1/2
in japanese the only consonant not combine with a vowel is the n. therefor no one who was brought up on the language would call someone Kas-chan. It would be Kasu-chan, however japanese naming convention especially for nicknames don't work like that. for Kasumi sumi-chan would be far more likely...
| Loveless150050 chapter 2 . 12/13/2015
You keep calling Harry her, is he a she in this story?
| madcow360 chapter 21 . 10/8/2015
Great Story. I realise it will probrably never be updated again but i decided to favourite and follow anyway on the off chance you decide to pick it bck up. Its good work. I really wanna find out whats up with his magic.
| ShadowFireHime-Sama chapter 16 . 7/7/2015
is it just me that i find this story hilarious lol
| Guest chapter 4 . 6/4/2015
Harry's japanese name should be Haruomi.
| jchangpa chapter 5 . 3/9/2015
Sorry but thjis story is really bad. Please on the resume that is a cross gender story.
| Neo-Devil chapter 9 . 2/21/2015
hey, make Draco act like Kuno in front of Harry's girl form for maximum chaos.
| Guest chapter 3 . 12/14/2014
You have a bad habit of telling us things we already know.
| Guest chapter 2 . 12/14/2014
You know, it would be totally like Ranma to not realise Harry's adopted until the hogwarts letter arrives. It would also be just like Genma not to tell anyone.
| Shadeslayers of Chosen Ones chapter 21 . 10/28/2014
| Neko-Mitsuko chapter 2 . 9/26/2014
g'morning is ohayou/おはよう /お早う not ohiyo/おひよ which would sound like Oh-he-yo using the English pronunciation and doesn't mean anything. Also Harry's name would be pronounced Hari in Japanese so his nickname would be Ri-chan not Ry-chan and you can't shorten most names to three letters in Japanese the words/names are mostly written consonant vowel consonant vowel -Kanji makes it seem like less because it compounds it- and so on unless it ends in n which is an exception to the vowel following a consonant rule. The only time you get a three letter name is when it's vowel consonant vowel like the name Aki/秋 (Fall/Autumn) from Akihito/秋人 -hito meaning people/person-.
So to go over it again words mostly follow consonant vowel, consonant vowel et cetera. Vowel consonant vowel, consonant vowel et cetera. Vowel followed by n like in Un/うん (yeah) or consonant vowel -however long the chain- followed by n like in Pan/パン (bread)
I would have listed the entire Japanese/Nihongo/日本語 alphabet but that would be a little excessive.
-猫光子/光の猫の子 (Neko Mitsuko [cat photon]/Mitsu no Neko no ko [cat child of light])
| Guest chapter 21 . 2/9/2014
Hey. any more coming? This story is wonderful
| Guest chapter 21 . 9/14/2013
| Guest chapter 18 . 9/14/2013
HARRY FIGURE OUT THE DUAL WANDS ALREADY DANG IT YOUR MAKING ME FRUSTERATED!
| Vahn chapter 1 . 8/22/2013
I like it you actually had balance, although harry is a bit op initially but you solved it nicely by making ranma pound harry flat into the ground. I like the big brother little brother relationship it feels real. I cant wait when Harry tells Ranma in his second year that he killed a basalisk only for ranma to tell him he killed Saffron.
I like how you did not make magic a chump to martial arts but instead have a healthy respect for both. Too bad this story is abandon but it felt nice.