Giiiveaway time (/ ‘A’)/
As promised, I’ve hit the 90 followers milestone, so here it is.
What you see here are 24 cards. They are all RR and RRRs and I’m gonna give them away for free cause I have too much of the same cards.
Here’s how the 24 cards being split. 4 cards per person. In other words, there’s gonna a total of 6 winners, yay~ The cards will be randomly picked for each winner. You will not get 2 or more of the same card, so don’t worry about getting duplicates.
So just reblog this if you’re interested. You can like it if you want to, but each person only gets 1 ticket in raffle. Winners will be decided by a randomizer list, so any form of bias will not be present.
Deadline for the last reblog is on 30th May. Once 30th May ends there won’t be more acceptance of entrees into the giveaway.
Do not create more than 1 blog to increase your chances of winning. Don’t be an asshole to everyone else. If I do find out, your place in the giveaway raffle will be voided immediately.
This is the same area of Cray that Ren and Aichi’s original match was set in. Exactly 60 episodes later, the third season is fixing everything that went wrong with the first. It says so much for how much harder the writers behind Link Joker are working compared to the Circuit, that before advancing the current storyline they worked out where they went wrong with the original and set about to fix it. We are seeing the Aichi v Ren match rendered correctly, with a focus on human beings and a study of them as counterparts in one another’s lives seeking to exceed each other instead of on vaguely-related aliens that we only knew existed as of fourteen minutes into the second episode of a three-part final match that really only needed to be two episodes in the first place. There have been
anentire seasonfights that pale in comparison to the last five minutes of ride 123. The parallels are everywhere, and it’s clear that both the writing team and the animators went back to find ways to draw back to the original fight while also improving what was ultimately a lackluster match.
And this is just the first five minutes. We get 18-20 more next week.
Blaster Blade Liberator vs. Blaster Dark Revenger
(If internet wasn’t so slow, the Blasters’ GIFs would load right and they’d be in sync.)
Return of the King
The last major fight that the original King of Knights appeared under Aichi’s command in was ride 42 - Psyqualia. Aichi had ridden the unit in the previous episode, in the second Kanto regional tournament versus Yahagi Kyou’s General Siefried-based Spike Brothers deck. As Aichi switched to using Alfred Early after ride 52, following that episode this Alfred would never be seen with Aichi again.
- EMMA YOU’RE SO BEAUTIFUL
- Hehe no one fucks with Romero
- Same old Norman…
Can’t wait for season 2