For my studies I use both drawing and radicals. I think drawing kanjis in the right stroke order is faster, but sometimes I really can't get the software to understand the kanji....so I go to radicals.
Those were some interesting arguments. I agree that about the fan service and the ecchi stuff. Some years ago I would read some stuff just because of fan service, but now I can't endure a story that serves only as a way to justify more fan service, ecchi, etc. But of course one should always read wh...
Hmm Interesting that no one ever posted here. I am trying to improve my Japanese by playing some games as it worked great for me and English. Has anyone done it here? Would anyone have any recommendation?
Did I read it right, was that a "Thermite Incendiary Bomb"? It made me feel like there were a couple of things missing on the next page, like fire, damage, death and a sarcastic comment by the translator