Käpt'n Korky

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  1. Yes, or how Bulldog would react to that "morale heightening propaganda" pic of your "Pupper", you hide in your captains quarter behind the depiction of the battle of Waterloo.
  2. Have you heard all of them yet? Okinii, for your misunderstanding. I wrote "different home regions", you understood accents. No. As you can see above I know a word or two Kansai. And I didn't mean accents. I meant home regions. And I dragged in zhe dschermens to highlight this point. But that was probably lost. And it is very similar in german as you can see in my fanfic. The actual accent they're speaking could be vastly different, but for example the japanese Walküren are taught in Sasebo to us "ou" and in Yokosuka to use "ū", when writing in romaji to be readable by their INPF colleagues. No matter where they come from.Their actual accent wouldn't matter a bit.
  3. On the one hand Waterloo/Belle-Alliance and it is what H.Korky would do..... on the other it would be waaay out of character for me and A. Korky. So I vote 5 until convinced to be the late prussian.
  4. How does a brit write "colour" and how does a yank write it? Or let's just say it is very inconsistent inside the german landscape how it is written. So, yeah. I don't accept your counter argument is what I'm saying.
  5. Apparently thanks to Welly and me, we got a proper football update this week. Wunderbar! Read for yerselves. Since I found @TwoHeavens idea very convenient I copy it: Good grief. Then what did you do? Question: Captain: 1) I put all the money on black. What else could I do? 2) I pulled the knife out of my leg, taking care not to show any pain, I looked her in the eye, and I said, "I bet you wish you'd brought a gun." 3) Blacked out. Woke up three days later in Trinidad wearing someone else's trousers. 4) I put the chicken head back on, said "Good day," and jumped out the window. 5) It would be impolite to say. Reputations are at stake. 6) I gave it all to the orphans that were crowding the deck. 7) I went back to work. 8) I don't know. I lost track of the lies I was telling three hours ago. I'm just running on pure instinct now. 9) Stop trying to distract me. I want you ready to fire for effect the moment the French Belles are in range. 10) What do YOU think I did?
  6. Well if it is consistent within a Walküre, different romanization could be used to differentiate between Walküren from different home regions.
  7. I speculated Nürnberg should be pretty much into football. "Her" club is one of the two national football super powers. The 6-3 is probably not so much debated in Germany. England beat almost anyone at will at that time. And the match was over a year ago. One spicy note: The coach of Germany from 1936-1942 was the same who won the World Cup 1954, since he was put back into office in 1950 until 1964. Oh and there existed no german national team between 1942 and 1950.....
  8. Great, I'm contagious? Bulldog surprised me. She looks like a street mugger with her flick knives. And it made me rewatch her interview. Option 7 has Gneis, and option 6 the french-japanese submarine Fujiko Lupin*, but Option 5 is just what A. Korky does, so Option 5 has my vote. *See, that was easy Ninja.
  9. Allegedly from the U-Boot commander Oskar Kusch (contemporary 1940's joke): What do the german people and a tapeworm have in common? Yes, he got sentenced to death (and one year in prison!) for this and other anti-Nazi sentiments shown as commander of U-154.
  10. Yes, honourable Schwarzbart, it is to my knowledge. There are bigger events, but all of them differ from each other. And I also only talked about Germany, because I don't feel entitled to talk about somewhere else I've never been...yet. Biggest Anime Convention in Germany by numbers is currently the Connichi in Kassel. It had around 26k visitors last year. And it is located most central and has/had the best reputation. But it is more of a big happy fan meeting with honorary guests and music. Although they improved over time. But afaik only Nintendo shows games, since it is a major sponsor. Big downer: BCS would have to put out serious sponsorship money to get a booth. The Animagic is professionally organized by a publisher and attracts a bit more "official" guests. When it was in Bonn and everybody hated it..... for several reasons. So they fell behind the Connichi in size. But it all changed when it moved to Mannheim. They more than doubled their space. And you could actually breath inside the building. And a lot of other amazing stuff was introduced/changed too. But I think they kept their contingent at around 15k. But for this year they raised it. Also Animagic was freaking expensive compared to the others. But now Connichi is only slightly cheaper (by 3€). And as I mentioned they have a whole, big, airy level in the 1st basement level reserved for games only. That's a serious warp from that small, sticky room in Bonn. I don't know how hard it is to get a booth there. The other is a department of the Leipzig book fair and is only concerned with Mangas and Comics and to a much lesser extent Animes (based on Mangas). Also Leipzig happily counts "normal" book fair visitors into the Manga Comic Convention numbers. Kombiticket is the keyword here and the numbers given well over 100k includes people who visit the book fair too. Oh and did you see the Comic in the conventions name? Yeah, they're there too. And BCS writes games, not books. All three state to be the biggest convention of their kind in Germany. Which is true from where I stand, because they all are pretty different. And this year I won't attempt any of those, so I will be curious who of the two "true conventions" will be the biggest this year. And yes it is small compared to Paris or Barcelona (very well over 100k visitors each) which are the two biggest to my knowledge. I envy you @Dmnt (Third place is London I believe.) And isn't Barcelona only a Manga fair like Leipzig? But they all fade away in comparison to the Japantag in Diuseru(dorufu). Which is attended by well over 600k people. But then again it is a completely different animal. It is a festival of Japanese culture, Anime/Manga/Games are only a sideshow and only real japanese companies get a shot afaik. And it is in the whole city of Diuseru along the Rain-gawa. Cut to the chase: If BCS ponders a booth at an Anime Convention in l'europe, BCS should try Paris or London. Except they totally want to hug their german player base. Then contact the Connichi or the Animagic. Because they're vastly different in style but speak to a similar audience. And in the end the publisher perspective would decide where to go. And Kassel and Mannheim are different but I can't really put one location over the other.
  11. Well you probably got better marketing stats than I do to dig in and decide what you do. Well actually you most certainly have. I proposed the staff free booth, because the most honourable Legate hinted to a fiscal and personnel shortage. And I've never heard about equipment theft in Cologne. At least in the Koelmesse. Well I've only heard about several conventions in the states. And I don't know where you're stationed outside the US. But for Germany the two biggies are the GamesCom in Cologne for games and the Animagic in Mannheim for Anime. The latter has also a gaming floor. And the GamesCom differs in size and form vastly from E3 as I understand it. Cologne gets over 300k visitors, L.A. ~70k. E3 is mainly a journalism/industry event which can be consumed only indirectly via third party experience if you're a normal gamer. GamesCom is only on one day for professionals and the other days you get all the audience(s) to the floor. And the honourable Schwarzbart is correct. You can spend hours there just waiting in lines. Or you hop around the smaller stuff and see what you can get your hands on. Which is a Cologne problem btw. Leipzig never had it. Leipzig also had much better air in the halls. And I had a lot of very interesting talk there with staff of several minor games. I recall them even having a whole hall dedicated to Indie games. Some games only got my (sometimes shortlived) attention because of a random flyer someone handed out to me or I found on the floor(!). On the GamesCom you can position yourself in an area which gets less, but the right attention. But I stop here. Because everything now would be highly detailed talk about a very unlikely event. And also we deviated quite a lot from this threads topic, didn't we?
  12. Maybe you should consider a booth at the Cologne GamesCom. I've seen some boothes there with only so much as some flyers and a screen playing some fancy videos. No need to go there physically at all.
  13. Some people might need this more than me.
  14. My condolences. Friede seiner Asche. And for the team to heal too.
  15. Classic case of question answered, I didn't even realised I was asking: How did neutrality stripes look like?