So, I’m blasting the Italian opening for the first time and it’s actually killin it? Man, this show is so blessed, guhhhhh. Anyway, here are the last 5 endings on Andy’s channel, which wraps up my TL of his playthrough. The endings for Chocolove, Redseb, Horohoro, Ryu and Ren are all under the cut!
Thought I’d knock these out during the week, but then I’ll buzz off and get back to other projects. He has 10 endings on his page, so here are the endings for Yoh, Lyserg, Faust, Sati and Marco!
It’s cute that they let Yoh and the rest in on the Mountain Training sausagefest from the manga. Regardless of the circumstances in the manga, I thought it was interesting and a little sad that Yoh didn’t spend crazy amounts of time with his dad, since they both seem to have a mutual love/trust/respect for one another.
Also, this is it for the Funbari Spirits story translations I’ll be done. It doesn’t mean I won’t take the time to translate the Battle Mode endings here and there, but for now, I’m satisfied with the little break this gave me, and I hope it entertained you SK fans as well!
Yayyyy! This is the last bit of the proper story-story. There’s a long fight in the beginning, but the rest is straaaaaaaight dialogue. Enjoy!
Skipping Part 1 because it’s straight up covered in an earlier vid. Heck, this one is also mostly covered as well, save for the end. : )
This is actually more or less how I originally thought the manga was going to end, just with more exposition to make it a bittersweet deal. Part 15 of Andy’s LP is actually just the credits (which are still a great watch), but I’ll be skipping over them because-because-because.
I know I’ve said this before, but I really do like how the writer fused elements from the anime and the manga into this storyline. I think that makes for a very unique and great adaptation for fans of either!
No fights in this one. : )
I stayed up too late inbetween knocking this out, so it’s probably horrible and I’ll only find out a few days later, woowoo.
This one is also mostly battles, so it’s fairly tiny. Continue reading