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  1. Chernaudi

    Looking for a female persepctive on Guyver

    Just a little bit about me. Even though my avatar image is a girl (Lydia from Beetlejuice), I'm a dude. I grew up in a male dominated household, and I've been interested in Guyver for quite a while, about 20 years in fact. But I've also been interested in what women think and what they do and what they see in some things. So I guess that I'm a little bit of the opposite of what you've posted. That all being said, I've wondered why Guyver it seems has plenty of female fans. I'm not the biggest into manga/anime, so I'm only going off of what I know, which isn't very much. Also, I do have to admit that I like the art style in Guyver as well. As well as the story and the science stuff.
  2. I have to admit that until the holidays that I haven't been on this forum for a while, but it seems that there's been a bit of an influx of female members here. I wonder what it is that draws the female fans to Guyver. After all, Guyver is a science fiction/action-adventure manga and anime series. So there's plenty for male fans to go around as far as a PG-13 rated story (let alone the violent as all hell for its time OVA series), but what is drawing the girls in? Just curious about this.
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    Any World War II era weaponly effective against Zoanoids?

    Well, we are dealing with alien technology/science fiction here. Barcas and Shin were the first two that we know of that were found. And the fact they were the first may explain the visible zoacrystal in their human forms. And speaking of Genzo, I've wondered how vulnerable he'd be to stuff like firearms. Not just as Enzyme, but in his human form. I don't know if he'd be more resilient in his human form after processing. And we know that his zoanoid form was fairly weakly armored (at least partly on purpose), though he took a ton of damage (especially in the OVA) before he went down for good. But I suppose that it's like what said in Predator--it if bleeds, we can kill it.
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    Any World War II era weaponly effective against Zoanoids?

    Any idea as to when the Japanese Branch of Chronos became successful? After all, Chronos, in some form, predates World War II by at least a couple hundred years.
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    Any World War II era weaponly effective against Zoanoids?

    I was mostly speaking of man portable weapons. I guess that we might want to see taking on Zoanoids as like taking on tanks back then. Granted, we're dealing with flesh and blood, but a lot of Zoanoids were heavily armored or had skin that was difficult to penetrate by normal weapons. I have little doubt, though that stuff like the M1/M9 Bazooka, the PIAT, and the Panzerfaust and Panzershreck would be effective against them. Also, unlike tanks, large caliber anti-tank rifles would be effective on them, as well as (though unpleasant to use) rifle grenades.
  6. This will probably be familiar to those of you who've played the Hitman franchise games. We know that the engineering in Guyver involves massively genetically enhancing humans with alien technology to massively increase their strength, agility, resilience and other factors. For those of you familiar with Hitman, you'll know the story, but in that franchise, the main character is Agent 47, a genetically enhanced assassin employed by the covert International Contracts Agency (ICA or simply "Agency"). 47 was created from the enhanced DNA of 5 of the most prolific (fictional) crime syndicate bosses who allied with each other for 47's creation. It should be noted that unlike the Guyver units or Zoanoids, 47 isn't truly super human, but his strength, agility, senses, intelligence and resilience are at the height of human ability. So I guess we can discuss how Agent 47 would do in the Guyver Universe, as well as compare and contrast parallels between the two universes as far as this topic goes.
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    Any World War II era weaponly effective against Zoanoids?

    Nukes existed in 1945, but they'd probably be ineffective against Hypers (which don't seem to have existed back then) and some of the more powerful basic Zoanoids. One thing to consider is that though normally not capable of fully automatic fire like modern infantry assault rifles or battle rifles, WWII era battle rifles (semi auto or bolt action) did usually fire much more powerful ammunition than modern service rifles do. For instance, rounds like the .30-06 Springfield and 7.62x54mmR are 2-3 times more powerful and have twice the range that say a 5.56x45mm NATO or 7.62x39mm Russian rounds do. Of course, modern service rifle ammo is designed to deal with human sized targets, including man sized game like deer, rather than genetically enhanced mutated human/alien hybrid monsters.
  8. Based on the fact that most modern weapons don't do diddly to most Zoanoids aside from be a minor irritant, I'd think not. Some background: I'm big into World War II era history, and if I'm correct (which I might not be), Chronos, in some form, existed back then. Just wondering what thoughts or opinions readers might have for if something like X-Day or some Zoanoid uprising happened during World War II.
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    What game are you currently playing?

    I'm currently stuck on the PS2 console, and I've been playing Hitman 2: Silent Assassin (not to be confused for the new Hitman 2 that just got released on PC, PS4 and XBox 1).
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    What music have you currently been listening to?

    I'm going to try and be a bit more active on this forum, but here's a couple of interviews with Liana that have links to their social media (such as their You Tube page) and the origins and inspiration behind their music: https://meaww.com/liana-music-siblings-duo-turkish-roots-music-videos-lookbooks https://findyourinnergeek.ca/fyig-chats-with-sister-singer-songwriter-duo-liana/ They also write and produce their own music and produce and direct their own music videos.
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    Chernaudi's blog and random stuff...

    Hi everyone. I just wanted everyone to know that I'm back on here and I plan on doing some more posting soon. I've been doing OK and been busy with the cold and stuff. But I hope to post more on here as far as what I'm up to.
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    Chernaudi's blog and random stuff...

    Hi everyone. Here's basically what has occupied the past few days for me outside of work: https://www.facebook.com/AudiSport/videos/vb.114682131949771/1062780043806637/?type=2&theater And if you don't have FB or prefer Twitter: https://twitter.com/audisport/status/758346285749456896
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    Chernaudi's blog and random stuff...

    My new blog post here: http://chernaudiblog.blogspot.com/ Or the videos if you want to just see them: Audi R18: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=utg-6_k7O5I Ford GT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4CB8IQbqqKg Porsche 919: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQJkariX_44 Toyota TS050: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e2Lm4UqwD6k
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    Chernaudi's blog and random stuff...

    My latest blog posting: http://chernaudiblog.blogspot.ca/2016/06/trying-times-and-some-good-stuff.html
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    Chernaudi's blog and random stuff...

    OK, it's that time of year again. I haven't been posting about it a ton because of being busy and run down this week, but this weekend is the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Here's info about most of the cars in this year's race: http://www.racecar-engineering.com/lemans/ And the starting grid: http://fiawec.alkamelsystems.com/Results/06_2016/03_LE MANS/126_FIA WEC/201606181500_Race/01_Grid_Race.PDF