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    1. #16

      Re: Kemono Michi: Rise Up! (Hataage! Kemono Michi)

      * unoduetre nominates Momogari to the position of A&M isekai expert *



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    2. #17

      Re: Kemono Michi: Rise Up! (Hataage! Kemono Michi)

      @Momogari

      I'm not very interested in isekai, but I think it's one of your favourite genres.

      Side note:

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      There are good and bad isekai of course. Some people claim all are good. Nope. Some people say all are bad. Nope.


      (But I really like classic fantasy. Do you like it as well? How is it for you in comparison to isekai?)

      (Have you seen Ys?)



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      Re: Kemono Michi: Rise Up! (Hataage! Kemono Michi)

      Many fantasy are good.

      I've not seen Ys.
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      Re: Kemono Michi: Rise Up! (Hataage! Kemono Michi)

      EPISODE FOUR



      Oshirihime.


      I'm glad we get to see her again.
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    5. #20

      Re: Kemono Michi: Rise Up! (Hataage! Kemono Michi)

      Oh, a new ep.



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      Re: Kemono Michi: Rise Up! (Hataage! Kemono Michi)

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      Best line so far.

      In spoilers because it's better if you're there.
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      Re: Kemono Michi: Rise Up! (Hataage! Kemono Michi)

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      The unexpectedness made this one really funny.

      This is really good comedy.
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    8. #23

      Re: Kemono Michi: Rise Up! (Hataage! Kemono Michi)

      I'll watch it now.



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    9. #24

      Re: Kemono Michi: Rise Up! (Hataage! Kemono Michi)

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      Poor princess, lol.



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      Re: Kemono Michi: Rise Up! (Hataage! Kemono Michi)

      Ok I'm going to help out these subbers right now.







      What genzo says is kattemitai, from the verb kau, 飼う 'to own (as in a pet)'.
      What Shigure says is kateiru, from the verb karu, 狩る, to hunt.

      I wouldn't translate either as 'track'. The 'love' isn't from the subbers, it's part of the animation, but it's not explaining what they're saying, it's more... stylistic.
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    11. #26

      Re: Kemono Michi: Rise Up! (Hataage! Kemono Michi)

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      The princess now has a logically motivated personal grudge against him, ha ha. I mean, she should get her revenge!



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    12. #27

      Re: Rise Up! Animal Road (Hataage! Kemono Michi)

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      Ha ha, a cinderella reference.



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      Re: Kemono Michi: Rise Up! (Hataage! Kemono Michi)


      lol
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      Re: Kemono Michi: Rise Up! (Hataage! Kemono Michi)


      lololol
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    15. #30

      Re: Kemono Michi: Rise Up! (Hataage! Kemono Michi)

      You know who's my favourite character?

      Unfortunately I don't know the name, ha ha!



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