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LoL, Enel had no votes last I checked this thread, and now he has six.
A while. It can take from a hour to a few hours, it really depends on whether I liked the chapter or not. Ever since I started using images though, I spend some time over thinking which ones I want to use too, though. So I'd say on average around three hours. This is without doing other things at the same time, too...
But I don't mind, I usually like it take it slow on Comments (although I try, of course, to get it out for you guys as soon as possible - tough act to juggle eh? )
Who would be the person with more posts here in MH? You GK?
Three hours? That's so much time spend on just one post...... Nocantdo for me :/ nuh-uh :P
Entertaining the public is a rough job, ha?
And Crocie has 5, w00t!
As always, bang up job on the review, GK. You always manage to point stuff out that I miss completely...
Just for the record, though, I vehemently disagree with your notion that the scene at the end was too sappy. It seemed equivalent to burying a friend, to me, as Merry Go has been a silent but prevalent member of the crew for almost the entire series up to this point. I would've been much more suprised had Oda tried to downplay the scene--not to mention mad, as well. I think that he handled it perfectly.
I never really had any attachment to Merry Go, so for that reason I think Oda overdid it, but that's just my opinion.Originally Posted by gigantor21
(It'd probably be better if a more diehard OP fan would be doing these Ten Comments. *hint Hermie hint* )
[b][font=verdana][color=green][size=1]Me too, but as soon as I saw the "burning" scene, mysteriously the saddest anime soundtrack just popped into my head as I read each frame, and no matter how hard I try my tears just kept falling!Originally Posted by Gold Knight
Oda just brings out the emotion of the reader with his work.Originally Posted by White Silver
and yeah me too! couldn't stop the tears. it's like i was one of them.