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I'll just put some things so that people will know a little about me.
My friends call me Sheik or Zelda as nicknames (it's a long story) so that'll serve as a name other than my long username. Please feel free to call me either name instead of the extrememly long "sakurahanaalice."
Note: The beautiful Kiki-sempai (if you're reading this, I hope I made you blush ;D) has dubbed me Sa-chan or Hana-chan, so I suppose one can call me that as well.
Weight: Now, now didn't anyone tell you never to ask for a girl's weight. I'm light.
Hair color: Brown with tints of red and blond. The red is more visable than the blond, but it's still hard to see unless in the right light. Thank Spanish blood for that.
Eye color: Between honey brown and milk chocolate. It's lighter in the middle.
Star sign: Sagittarius
Blood Type: ??? I wish I knew.
I'm a HUGE Zelink fan. I believe that Sheik is a girl and have comebacks for just about everything so far. I have one question, though, on the split timeline. When Link went back in time in Ocarina of Time, the split timeline is supposed to have been made, but wouldn't that also mean that when he went back in time repeatedly in Majora's Mask, an alternate timeline would be created where Termina gets crushed and for every time he time-traveled? Sure he changed time, but that would also mean that he would have changed time when he went back in time in OoT. Nintendo can pretty much place video games along those timelines too.
Two other things I am obsessed—er... DEVOTED to (thank you politically correct terms!) are InuYasha and Code Geass. A quick word on InuYasha: my devotion may not be the blazing fire of "my first manga" as it once was, but it will always hold a special peice of my heart. I support InuKag.
Code Geass. I heard that title so often in my school's Japanese Anime and Culture Club. I thought that it was a series that "is popular, but nothing too special to set it apart from other manga." But... once I saw the first episode, I was hooked. I finished watching both seasons of Code Geass within a week and became a fan.
Code Geass made me cry, something that I hadn't done with a book or anime series. I'd shed a tear or two before, but Code Geass actually made me cry. The ending was perfect and...well, I can go on and on about the plot being complex, the artwork, the music, the voice actors, and the characters themselves being amazing.
I watched the series and took notes on quotes and characters geassed, I listened to the character songs (although I can't find Oughi and Villeta's anymore...) and sound dramas, watched the picture dramas, looked up pictures and information (did you know that Lelouch is one inch taller than Suzaku? Lelouch is 5'10."), and have watched a bit of the Spanish subbed Code Geass R2 picture dramas since I can't find the English subbed ones (cross-dressed Luluko makes a comeback!). Of course, being a fan, I've read fanfiction, made a couple of drawings/paintings, and attempted to write a few stories in those short moments before school suffocated me again.
If you like Picaresque romanticism, action, comedy, love interests, morality discussions, a little supernatural (but not too much), bishounen and bishoujo, mecha, political destruction, a suave main character, madness, or beautiful art, I highly encourage you to watch Code Geass. There's a little bit of every genre in the series and I've watched it three times, each time learning and noticing new details. I can say that it just never gets old.
Manga/Anime on my all-time favs list (in no particular order):
Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion seasons 1 and 2
The Prince of Tennis
MeruPuri Marchen Prince
Lovely Complex (Love*Com)
Tegami Bachi: Letter Bee
Tsubasa Resevoir Chronicles
Favorite Singer: GACKT
If I talked about him, this profile would quickly become his with just a blurb in the beginning about a random fan. Although, I think he would find it a bit amusing.
GACKT is a Japanese singer who covers many genre: predominently J-Rock with a few J-Pop songs, and many ballads. His songs vary widely in sound, so there's bound to be a few that any random person stumbling upon him would like. He's the(and thus the male soloist with the most singles to be in the top ten consecutively in Japan-- 43 singles starting from his first release). (This is especially astonishing when given that he was 37 at the time he earned this title with 39 singles and the former #1 was 50 with 38 singles. The other artists in the top five best-selling list were 55, 55, and 62 years old.) He can play electric and acoustic guitar, string bass, violin, trumpet, tuba, trombone, drums, erhu, koto, and various other traditional asian instruments. He composes, writes the lyrics to, and sings his own music (composing for all of the instruments he uses in the song--he doesn't have someone help with orchestra, flutes, etc.). GACKT has a deep voice with a rich, resonant tone and wide range (a 4.5 octave range in jazz terms or 2.5 in classic terms). When singing very high notes, his voice has a clear tone rather than a resonant one.
Besides his singing career, GACKT also has done quite a few acting roles including Sho in Moon Child (a movie which he co-wrote), Uesugi Kenshin in Fuurin Kazan (and the Kenshin Festivals held every year), Yoshi in the Hollywood film BUNRAKU (alongside Josh Hartnet, Woody Harrelson, Demi Moore, and others), and Shiki Takashi in the new drama Akumu-chan. For stage plays, he has done Nemuri Kyoshiro and Yoshitsune (Moon Saga: Yoshitsune no Hide).
He also has a heart of gold with an optimistic view of life and an inspiration for delinquents "turning over a new leaf." Personality wise, he has the rare trait of being both wise and funny at the same time. Switching from thought-provoking thoughts to straight-faced comments which make the audience laugh, to wide, brilliant smiles and laughs, and then to hand/body motions mimicing actions that go with his story. He started a charity called SHOW YOUR HEART after the tsunami of 3/11 (he was actually in the hospital after his body collapsed from over-work when the earthquake and tsunami hit Japan).
Please try at least one song. I put this handy guide together for those who come across here and it took quite some time choosing from his 120 songs. Besides, it doesn't hurt to try something new once in a while and one can broaden the mind with cool music while he/she's at it.
Feel like listening to:
Slow, peaceful song? Try:, , , and
Slow and emotional?, , , and his new Single (to be released 12/19):
Simple acoustic ballad?and
Unplugged versions of rock songs?, , and
Half rock half ballad (as in, it switches, it's not a "it's kind of rock, but like a soft rock")?, , , and
Rock?, , and
Heavy rock (it's not metal-heavy, though)?, , , and
Pop (leaning more Michael Jackson than Lady Gaga or Katy Perry pop)?, , and
Want something with:
A techno edge? Try, , or the B-side to a recent single:
Something with a great orchestra part?(ballad), (rock), and (rock)
Something with Asian, classical orchestra, and rock instruments blended?(a ballad), (heavy rock), (rock), and (rock)
Something so strange/eclectic that it comes right back to awesome?and will blow your mind
I hope you enjoyed at least one song!
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