Bleach - Kidou and AbilitiesKido TypesMore Like This
Bakudō (Way of Binding)
-Supplementary spells which can immobilize an enemy or have an effect besides a direct strike. They may seem subtle, but these spells can give their users a tactical advantage when used properly. These are a broad category of defensive spells which block/repel attacks or freezes enemies in place. This class of spells include Kidō Barriers & Seals.
-Focused spiritual energy formed into a solid form of energy. This energy can take on many shapes or colors as determined by the user. Barriers are protective in nature, and can be as simple as a barrier only protecting one direction or encompassing all sides of an area. Barriers can be used for containment, and some barriers can be used offensively. Barriers can mask spiritual pressure and can make one spiritually and physically invisible. The strength of a barrier is dependent upon the power of the user. Weak barriers are easily breakable, while strong ones can
Parallel Moon Densetsu勿論でしょMore Like This
atashi wa senshi desu yo
daikon, ninjin, Kyuuri Taishou
tomodachi ike yo
tomodachi doko yo
odango, daifuku, yokan Taishou
Basic Design termsThis is stuff I learned in grade school art class. For some reason I'm seeing a plethora (that means a lot of) people who don't seem to know these terms. Alright, you most likely will think I'm being snotty or even snobby--but I'm not. I'm really, really shocked. I went to an inner city public grade school that was crap when I learned this stuff. There were fights in the cafeteria every single day (my parents didn't care even if I told them about it). The students cared even less about learning, and all you had to say was "Yo Mama!" to get into a fight. AND this school still taught these basic concepts. So I kind of find it sad when people don't know these terms--has our school system really slid that much that one doesn't know these basic terms? Maybe I'm more nerd than the average student.... But I'll give the leg up this time.More Like This
Why do people need jargon for art? Because if you look at a piece and say "nice colors, but the green is off." There is no way to tell the person w
Japanese grammar for dummies1. Japanese has no plurals.More Like This
Quick way to remember: All Japanese has the same plural as Sheep.
And yes, there are still some people out there that get to college and still think the plural of Sheep is
Sheeps. No, the plural of sheep is sheep. The plural of deer is deer.
So Dear, remember that the plurals in Japanese work like deer.
hitsuji ga ippiki, hitsuji ga nihiki, hitsuji ga sanbiki
One sheep, two sheep, three sheep.
2. Japanese is an SOV language.
Subject, Object Verb. So Yoda, as one person put it.
(I am Hitsuji.)
3. Japanese is a contextual language.
English is like trying to pick up the grains of sand on a beach. If you get one subject or object wrong, with the references off wrong, then you're screwed. Even Chinese which has a similar syntax (in a different language grou
Japanese can't curseYou won't believe me, but Japanese have no really great way to curse. Yes, there are informal ways of speech that can get you into fights and there are kind of semi-curse words, but the real curse words such as S*** D*** really don't exist.More Like This
From this point on it will include curse words. If you are deeply offended--don't read it. Though I have no idea why you clicked the link if you are that offended.
しまった Shimatta- Darn it. (Anime-only) It does not mean "Shit"
がき also (ガキ) Gaki- brat (It's not bitch)
ばば Baba- Witch, hag might slightly be more insulting in Japanese. They got it from the Russian, I think.
アホ Aho-adopted from American English "asshole" however, the term is used affectionately, especially in the Kansai region between friends. It's kind of like you saying to someone "Idiot" because they didn't understand your feelings. Often followed by hair rufflin