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Welcome to the Fuwa Manga Club Currently Reading: (Deadline is March 1st) While many people watch anime, only a fraction of anime watchers actually transitions, or even tries out manga. I thought this club would be a nice idea to introduce people to manga or just make people more familiarized with the medium as well as motivate discussion. Though you could just run rampant, I wanted to come up with a formal structure to make sure we're all on the same page (kek). (Note this is just a trial, i want to see how well people recieve this, so things may change later on) This is how the process to read manga in the club is going to go: For 2-3 days people can suggest one manga series they want to read. I'll be selecting five of the suggestions through a random draw and then put them up for vote. The manga with the most votes wins and all the people who signed up will read it. During the time we're reading people can and are encouraged to discuss the manga. After you're done reading it'd also be nice if you could do a review on the series overall and what you thought of it. Once everybody's done we'll move on to another manga. Rules: By posting a recommendation you are automatically signing up for the club (your recommendation is not valid otherwise).Anybody can enter, at any time, even without making a recommendation. If you enter after a manga has been selected, you have to compromise to read it. For every 50 chapters the selected manga has you get 1 week to read (Can be flexible depending on chapter length though) If the manga is really short (10-20 chapters or less), the second most voted manga will be read immediately after it. You can recommend the same manga when a new voting period is up if it hasn't been read aleady. Manga Rules: No one-shots (nothing against them, but they're just too short for this purpose) No pure hentai (series that have no other purpose but sex) Ecchi or series that may feature some sexual nature are fine if they have some story to it. (eg: Nozoki Ana) On-going series are allowed but they must have at least 30 chapters out So that's that.. suggest away~
Hello guys, I believe that I have some problems running Grisaia no Kajitsu. Are you running your computer with Japan system locale? (link to instructions): Yes Game Name: Grisaia no Kajtsu Description of Problem: I've nearly completed Makina route in the game and suddenly it crashed. So I uninstalled the game, redownloaded (both the latest one on Fuwanovel site and the one contains mdf file) and then reinstalled. Nothing works. All I could manage was to run the game and stare at the black screen with audio of the seiyuu reading "Frontwing". Your Operating System: Xubuntu 14.04 - Wine version 1.6.2 (stable) 64 or 32 bit (link to how to find): 32 bit (i386) What did you already try? (Uninstall/Reinstall, Redownload, Run as admin, etc): all of them Did you download your game from Fuwanovel?: Yes. Screenshot: Please help me guys, I really want to finish the game !
Alright, so I logged on yesterday only to notice that all the images had mysteriously disappeared. I thought maybe there was an error with the browser, so for the time being I simply ignored it and continued with my chatting and browsing. However, I logged on today to notice that nothing had changed, between a log off and a restart. I have tried sever different ways, and the only browser that still supports images is Firefox, but the post box disappears in Firefox. Can someone help me out here? It would be much appreciated. Edit: here's a picture. There are supposed to be multiple GIFs here, and a few Signatures too (also a picture), but I can neither see my own, nor theirs.
So I've been searching for Higurashi on Fuwanovel. Not the best of searches, as I quit mere minutes after, but I can't seem to find it, or at least a working version of it. Could someone please help me out here? Throw an old dog a bone.
Hey, First of all: I should warn you about my english, because it isn´t very good xD So, my problem is, that i cannot start the game because of this error: http://s1.directupload.net/images/140324/etlksoiz.png I got the game as torrent(used bittorent for it) from this site: http://fuwanovel.org/novels/fate-stay-night My computer has Windows 7(64Bit) I would be nice if someone could help me with this D: - Rave
This is a hot-button topic among many people, but I want to hear your thoughts on this subject. There's no beating around the bush with this one, but I'll point out the elephant in the room. Fuwanovel is a site for piracy. Now before people start attacking me, let me make one thing perfectly clear. I am a strong supporter of piracy, and fully support this site. With that out of the way, let's move on to the actual topic. I'm starting this thread because as I use the Internet more each day, I think about how much I owe to it for giving many of the games and movies that I've ever looked at. A majority of the albums in my digital music library and the majority of the films that I watch nowadays come from The Pirate Bay and other torrent/download sites. Many of the visual novels I've ever read I downloaded from Fuwanovel and other places. But why exactly do I defend piracy besides the fact that it gives people free stuff that they'd normally have to pay for? Simple. Because it's completely harmless. We live in an age where everything is digital and a copy of anything can be made for virtually nothing. The argument that I've often heard against piracy is the whole "stealing a car from the lot" analogy. There's a big difference between stealing a car and downloading a copyrighted work for free. A car is made out of physical parts and part of processes that each cost money to collect, build, assemble, and ship out. A digital download on the other hand contains no such thing. It's simply a COPY of a work that was created once. Another argument against piracy that I've heard is that it "hurts the audience." In my opinion, this is one of the weakest excuses I've ever heard. Let's take the Avengers for example. It was the highest grossing film of 2012 making of $1 billion. Now tell me, do you think that if a few thousand people pirate the movie online that Joss Whedon, Marvel, or Disney will go out of business? They're filthy rich and aren't losing money. They're MAKING money. And if you want more proof that Hollywood isn't leaving anytime soon, then simply look at the recession. During that brief time period where we thought that America would have another Great Depression, Hollywood lost the LEAST amount of jobs. The movie, music, and video games industry are all worth billions of dollars and still going strong. Piracy can't even make a dent in that. Piracy actually helps SPREAD the word of products. For instance, if I pirated an album from a certain band and I like them; what's stopping me from going to one of their concerts? You can't pirate a real live performance. Nor can you pirate merchandise such as T-shirts and other collectables. To begin with, big music artists see little money from their own albums since the majority of the profits go to the record labels. If you still think that piracy is so bad, I'm willing to bet that you're guilty of it but don't realize it. If you've ever borrowed anything like a movie, book, or video game from a friend you've pirated it. If you've ever checked out anything at your local library, you my friend, are a pirate. Did you pay for the copyrighted work? No. Are you viewing/reading/playing the entire thing to completion? Yes. What if you decide to use perfectly legal software like iTunes to rip tracks from a CD that you borrowed? How is that piracy if iTunes, a major company that ironically was made to PREVENT piracy, officially sanctions? How exactly is checking out a movie from the library and returning it any different than downloading the same movie off of Pirate Bay and then deleting it off your hard drive once you've finished it? There is something that I do have to address though when it comes to piracy: indie developers. If you're an indie film maker, indie game designer, or indie music artist; then piracy might have a bigger effect on you. For instance, if one guy made a super popular game but a majority of people pirated it, then he will likely lose a lot of money since he's the sole owner of the intellectual property. It isn't like Warner Bros. or Activision where there's tons of other factors involved. So if you can, you should probably do your best to support small teams by buying their products. And if you can't afford them, try waiting for great deals on Steam or giving them donations. This post is quickly becoming longer than I expected, by I hope you've got the point across. TL;DR: Piracy is perfectly fine, and is a perfectly harmless way to experience media. With a few exceptions, there is absolutely nothing wrong with it. What are your thoughts?