Arguement: you’re opinion sucks and you’re a stupidhead, mine is right
Debate: I can see that point of view but if you take this into consideration it pokes holes in your logic.
Argument: I wish to change your point of view, through shouting and rage if necessary
Debate: We are simply having some good fun, maybe you won’t change your mind, but even if you don’t it was still a worthwhile endeavor for the enjoyment of it all.
I’m sure you have noticed from my utter lack of articles/reblogs that I’ve pretty much lost motivation to write anything Umineko related. I have some ideas churning in my head but they refuse to come out on paper, when this happens I take it as a sign to move on.
So I’m turning this blog into a personal blog, it’ll occasionally still have Umineko related stuff, I’ll probably feel like writing again once EP8 is translated, and I wanted to do some links between Higanbana and Umineko, for when that is translated. From this post on this blog will be full of stuff regarding my university subjects, golden-age mysteries, fiction in general, and the occasional animanga fandom stuff.
I’d like to thank all my followers, critics, rebloggers, and the Umineko fandom, you have made my time here fun and enjoyable. I hope that when future inspiration strikes me, I’d be able to churn out more crack for you guys. Until then, take care everyone :)
THAT’S OK YASU.
YOU STILL HAVE A CHANCE AS KANON.
With the end of Episode 3, we had the entrant of a new competitor - Ange, Battler’s sister visiting from the year 1998, having returned to solve the mystery of what happened on the island back then to leave Eva alone the inheritor of the Ushiromiya riches. Though Beatrice almost had Battler this time around with an amazing ploy of trust and faux-friendship, he stood firm, carrying us into the beginning of Episode 4: Alliance of the Golden Witch.
Poor guy, someone should have warned him that resurrecting witches never ends well.