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THIRTEENTH TOPIC: INANNA AND MYTHS OF THE ORIENT

For whoever’s still interested (anyone..hello? echo?), I got bored last night and decided the best thing to do at 2 am is translating things about goddesses of beauty and love and trying to decipher the Japanese understanding of the term … Continue reading

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Amon [Doi]

Ok so! Doi’s comments about Amon. Thanks @eirikrjs for letting me know. Enjoy a late night half asleep translation. Amon’s appearance in the Dictionnaire Infernal is famous, but he hasn’t shown up in a long while in Megaten after his Shin Megami … Continue reading

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TWELFTH TOPIC – NAPAEA AND FAIRY TALES

Remember when I used to translate the SMT4A mythology topics a long time ago in a galaxy far far away? Well, I decided finishing them is actually a really good idea, especially since I’ll be able to focus on other … Continue reading

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I’ve been procrastinating on this translation for so long that I’m about to beat the game for the third time in a row again in…well, several years. Right. This is a follow-up of sorts to the previous (pre-release) interview, which … Continue reading

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Persona 5 shout-out 5

Programme reporter: Reporting live from Yasoinaba for today’s “Found it! The Town’s Detective Channel’ right nooow! Programme reporter: We’re right at the Marukyuu Tofu Store! Oh my! Why, this is the actual home of the popular idol Risecchi! Commentator: Kujikawa … Continue reading

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Persona 5 shout-out 4

Noisy girl: A high-school student interested in detective work! How neat is that. They say he’s like the second coming of the old Detective Prince… Source.

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Persona 5 shout-out 3

Programme reporter: Reporting live from Yasoinaba for today’s “Found it! The Town’s Detective Channel’ right nooow! Programme reporter: The Amagi Inn we can see here is an establishment of long standing tradition. You can enjoy delicious food at their biggest … Continue reading

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