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krill last won the day on July 14 2015

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About krill

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    Yandere King
  • Birthday 07/24/1980

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    the plateau of leng
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    anime, manga, doujin, light novels, visual novels, eroge, rpgs, reading, art
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  1. hi

    i make no such promise.
  2. hi

    welcome home.
  3. Did Fuwa die?

    this is like the 4th or 5th fuwapocalypse i survived through its kinda a thing now
  4. What are some good VN podcasts

    well if there's anything i can do to help please don't hesitate to ask i would be pleased to help. there's not enough visual novel / otaku games podcasts.
  5. What are some good VN podcasts

    Isn't the FuwaFM podcast dead?
  6. Frankly i don't even care if there decent, there made for fap materials as long there in English so i can read all that yummy yandere trash fantasy i would be a happy man.
  7. any of the dozens of yandere based eroge, mangagamer please get on this some of us freaks crave those.
  8. Not really new its been around in English since the mid to late 90's but it was even more of a niche then it is now. Also i was talking more that playing of visual novels and "adventure games" on mobile devices though id agree that the genre was probably at least started in the 80's with Bishoujo games and date sim's.
  9. i know its a really long shot but i hope the new partner will be Eushully. like i said i know its a long shot and the chances of it happening is like nil but well a guy can dream right?
  10. What are you playing?

    Im currently i think half way through Root double and thinking ill read the Fault series next.
  11. Don't forget Tablets , Nintendo DS/3DS , PlayStation Portable as well while there are less visual novels on those platforms in English thats not the case in Japan there are many that never get translated or are even brought to the attention of the most Gamers in the west. Japanese otaku have been playing visual novels on mobile devices as long ago as the early 90's with the introduction of the HuCards and the PC Engine GT.