So recently I’ve gotten (intensely) back into Vanguard. Both the anime and the card game itself. Since I fell in love with it twice now, I guess it’s a keeper. (It’s apparently much worse the second time if my twitter display name is The Trashiki/Recycled Trashiki….)
It’ll be up in about a week! I should be ready with them soon.
As for sets, well, I’ll think on it a bit more what I want to do, I was thinking about sets, too.
Hua hue hue… (^///^)7 ~<3 !!!
I really love obscure shows so I try my best to write about them in hopes people might check them out, too.
Thank you very much for reading my embarrassing blurbs (u///u;;)
So I recently went on a marathon and caught up to Vanguard over the span of a few weeks with my pal Polka; and while I still think stopping at season one would’ve been ideal, I have no regrets about catching up now (except for the occasional emotional turmoil brought upon me by boyfriendo-feels). If anything, after the marathon I started suffering intensely from Bushiroad withdrawl, so I picked up Buddyfight.
To be honest, it’s not really my type of show, and doesn’t look like my type of show, but if I learned anything over the course of Vanguard, it’s that Bushiroad shows aren’t always what they appear to be, and further more, sometimes they have a jackpot of really fun characters wedged between cheesy plot lines. so without further ado…
Welcome to the world of Future Card Buddyfight (—-BF for short). And what Buddyfight lacks in a coherent plot, comprehensible game-play and maybe originality…it makes up for with heart. A whole lot of heart.
(review behind cut)
Ah, sorry~ not this year (u v u;;;)
I need a long, long break for the rest of the summer. If I do end up going to anymore, I’ll announce it~
Unfortunately, I’m not allowed to post the work so… u_u;;;
(My twitter has art yes, but I’m super annoying XD; if you’re ok with that, it’s the same username)