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Volume: 03   Number: 03   Date: May 2007
Site News

There's lots to talk about this month, so let's get right to it. First and foremost, I'd like to recognize our very generous Gold and Silver donors. These members have gone above and beyond in their dedication to the site, and we appreciate it very much.

The site is growing every day, and with that growth, we find ourselves in need of a few new staff members. We are currently accepting applications for the Chibimoon and Uranus teams. The Chibimoon team will be responsible for assisting new users, and the Uranus team will be in charge of the new fanfiction library. If you'd like to apply, please visit the Apply for Staff directory for more information. Keep in mind that being on staff will require a commitment of time and energy, so be sure you're willing and able before you send off your application.

You may have noticed a few glitches on Wednesday and Thursday. A power outage caused some problems with our servers. There may have been a post or two lost in the shuffle, but things should be rolling along just fine now.

Last but not least, I'd like to give out a big congratulations to all of our members who are graduating this month. You've worked hard, so congrats!

Staff Member Stoplight: Not as James Bond as it sounds

Username: styx (Sailor Mars)
Team/Position: Mars super senshi

Grep sailormoon * draws in users from all over the world, staff included. Our current Sailor Mars, styx, is no exception; as an international greppie, he hails from Hampshire in the UK, where he works as a Special Projects Officer for the Environment Department of the County Council. "Unfortunately it's not as James Bond as it sounds -- more like Mr. Bean, only without the intellectual conversations." Before pursuing this line of work, styx actually studied archeology, and he was even lucky enough to work on a Roman town excavation for three months. Though not quite as spectacular as Sailor Mars' powers, styx has a special ability of his own: he has the ability to hate everything and everyone at any time before 10:00 in the morning, which has led to coworkers rearranging meetings alternately for later or earlier in the day, "depending on how much they feel like baiting me."

When he's not at work or attending to his Mars duties on sailormoon.org, styx has a variety of hobbies that he cycles through: big ones include photography; writing; console, PC, & Games Workshop games; and anime. "Think nerd, and you'd pretty much be there I guess. I spend a fair bit of time playing around on the computer in general, upgrading the hardware and trying out as much free software as I can get my hands on." His favourite moth is the Silver Y for the enthusiasm with which they approach life, and Laurel & Hardy are his favourite comedians; their stuff cracks him up (especially Hog Wild, Helpmates, and Way Out West). Escaflowne and Last Exile tie for his favourite anime, and some of styx's top films include Starship Troopers, Metropolis (the Fritz Lang film rather than the anime), Seven Samurai, Yojimbo, Photographing Fairies, and The Nightmare Before Christmas. "I'm also very fond of cats, though I just moved, and we can't really keep one in the new house. I'm currently trying to make up my mind between a hamster or a couple of gerbils; right now I'm leaning more gerbil-wards." (Watch out Hammy!)

Styx started his grep* adventure back in the days of V2 before crescent came along. His first staff position was a senshi on the Chibimoon team, and he worked in that role until the site shut down. "Funnily enough, the only time I actually applied for a Mars position, I was turned down; it was the first time I applied for a staff position, but I wasn't successful." When grep* reopened, the Chibimoon team was full, so Lisa (the old Chibimoon super senshi and then Sailor Mars) drafted him into the Mars team. "After she ascended, I was offered the post of Sailor Mars -- I thought about it for a couple of days, then decided to go for it." He accepted the job, because he likes to see the community running smoothly, and he felt he wasn't doing much to assist that since he hasn't been an especially talkative member. Now as the head of the Mars team, he gets to help out "any time handbags are drawn at 20 paces. It feels like a job worth doing."

The main duties of the Mars team include looking after the Senate, which deals with arbitration between users on the site. A typical day is checking the Mars team email to see if anyone has requested a hearing and then breathing a sigh of relief, because nobody has had to request one yet. Styx really likes being a part of the Mars team, because, "Cherrii and silvermask are great to work with, as was Lisa when she deigned to walk amongst we mere mortals. It's also interesting thrashing out procedure for events that, at the moment, remain mostly theoretical." The worst part about being on the Mars team is that if any case work has to be done, it means that something has already gone wrong somewhere. Even with that, styx still feels it would be rewarding if an arbitration came up, procedure was followed, and everyone walked away at least satisfied that things have been handled properly, even if they weren't happy. In many ways though, he would be happier himself if we never got to find that out. "Play friendly, and be nice guys -- if I never get to deal with a case as Sailor Mars, you'd all be making me very happy, and not just because I'm work-shy. I don't post as much as I'd like to, but I do keep an eye on a fair few of the topics. You all seem like far too pleasant a collection of people to waste time falling out anyway!"

TAURUS: THE LOVER OF BEAUTY

Taurus is the 2nd sign of the Zodiac (April 21-May 20) and, along with Libra, one of two signs ruled by Venus. Because Taurus is a fixed earth sign, it has a reputation for being stubborn (like a bull) and conservative, but Taurus also has a special appreciation for things of beauty, and an earthy sense of humor that can surprise people who think of this sign as dull or predictable.

TUXEDO KAMEN: LEO OR TAURUS?

Astrology is obviously very important in Sailor Moon, as illustrated by the fact that all the Sailor senshi of our solar system have sun signs corresponding to their planets. Further, with the addition of the Starlights, all of the signs of the zodiac are represented by major characters except the sign of Taurus. Is Taurus really unrepresented though? Although the August 3rd birthday of Mamoru Chiba (Tuxedo Kamen) makes him officially a Leo, some fans have noted that his personality is uncannily Taurean in nature.

Given the importance of the sun and moon as the most important celestial body in astrology, it naturally makes sense that the union of the Leo Mamoru and Cancer Usagi is a union of signs representing those planets. Interestingly though, some astrologers have argued that the true ruler of Taurus is not Venus, but rather the earth itself, which is the source of Mamoru's supernatural power as guardian of the earth. Obviously, Mamoru can be very flashy and flamboyant as Tuxedo Kamen, but his untransformed personality is uncannily similar to that of a classic Taurus; Taureans are usually very concerned with the security that comes from material possessions, and Mamoru (who, as an orphan, did not have relatives to depend on) obviously enjoys a very comfortable lifestyle with a very nice apartment, car, and motorcycle, all of which he is willing to work hard to maintain. Yet the hard-working Mamoru is not especially crass, remote or egotistical; as one would expect from a Taurean, Mamoru is even-tempered and practical in outlook and always willing to help anyone with practical advice. Taureans can be provoked to anger of course, and Taureans are indeed legendary for their ferocity when angered, but luckily for the rest of us it takes a lot to provoke an easygoing Taurus into becoming a raging bull.

Unfortunately, without a natal horoscope to examine, we can't be certain exactly how much influence the signs of Leo and Taurus have on Mamoru, but it seems unlikely that an astrological expert like Naoko Takeuchi would have omitted a Taurus from her cast of characters without a good reason. Given that Mamoru's power flows from the life-energy of the earth, which in turn is dependent upon the sustaining energy of the sun, I would submit that Mamoru symbolically represents the power of both the sun and the earth in Sailor Moon.

FORECAST FOR TAURUS

Until mid-June of 2007, Taurus will feel the lasting effect of a powerful solar eclipse in March, yielding unpredictability in areas of work and investments. Taurus natives are advised to be especially wary of risky investments and vanity purchases until the effects of the eclipse subside.

On a more positive note, in September, Saturn will move into Virgo (the 5th house of Taurus, associated with creativity, pleasure and the birth of children); since Saturn rules the earth sign Capricorn, Virgo is an earth sign, and Taurus is an earth sign; this will provide a lot of good energy for Taurus and make this an especially good time for a Taurean to consider starting a family.

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Con-Verse: Issue 3

Well, I haven’t been told to stop writing, so I guess at least someone must be reading this!

As promised in my last segment, this month I will be centering on the do's and don'ts of conventions. Many of these things may seem like common sense to you, but when caught up in the excitement of the convention, a lot of people tend to forget things.

Do:
* Keep track of your budget!
As I mentioned in the last issue, running out of money is the last thing you want to happen at a convention. Heaven forbid you get stuck far away from home with nowhere to go.

* Follow the 6-2-1 rule: 6 hours of sleep, 2 full meals, and 1 shower per day.
This rule is not just for your benefit, but for the benefit of those around you. It'll keep you and everyone else happy and healthy.

* Stay with a group if traveling outside the convention hotel/convention center.
The city outside of the hotel and convention center is still a city, with all the same issues you'd expect from every city. Traveling in a group is always the best way to stay safe.

* Keep your registration badge on you at all times.
Staff will randomly check badges at doors or in hallways. If you don't have your badge, you’re going to be asked to leave. If you lend your badge to a friend and are caught, you'll probably be asked to leave for the weekend.

* Feel free to strike up conversations with the people in line next to you.
You're all at the convention for the same reason, you've all got similar interests, and it never hurts to make a new friend or three.

* Be mindful of the staff and what they ask you to do.
We don't tell you to clear the hallways because we like to hear you curse at us. We were all attendees too, and we know what it's like to be told by a staffer to not take pictures in a busy area. But by the same token, we have a duty to perform, which is to keep everything running smoothly. A big group of people standing in a main thoroughfare blocking traffic is just a disaster waiting to happen.

* Ask before taking pictures of any cosplayers. It's only polite.
99.9% of cosplayers love having their pictures taken, and it's very flattering that you enjoy their work enough to want to remember it. However, cosplayers don't always walk around with all of their costume attached. In addition, many of them prefer to do a character-like pose for any pictures. It's better just to make sure they're ready to have their picture taken than just to snap away without letting them get set up.

* Tell a con-safety member if you're being harassed by someone.
This should go without saying, but many times people have just stood there and taken the harassment, because they don't know what to do. Find a staffer... With the badges and staff shirts, they should be easy to track down. Whoever is harassing you may very well have done it to someone else. You could be helping to solve a bigger problem than you think.

* Price shop: many dealers offer the same stuff for different prices. Keep your eyes open.
This is pretty self-explanatory, but it's true. Another tip: if you're looking for a DVD that's not brand-new, then wait for Sunday. Most dealers cut their prices on DVDs by as much as 15%-20% just so they don't have to lug all that inventory back home with them.

* Expect to get a lot of attention if you're cosplaying a very popular character.
If you're doing a Naruto, Bleach, One-Piece, or other renowned character, you could very well be stopped every 10 seconds for a picture. It's the price of fame, remember that.

* Pack your car on Saturday night so you beat the huge rush of people leaving in the morning.
Most people don't do this, but elevators simply don't move on Sundays because everyone is trying to pack up and check out so they can enjoy the rest of Sunday before they have to leave. Packing part of your car on Saturday, while the dance or something is going on, will leave you with a wide open space and quick elevators to make sure you aren't delayed on Sunday.

* Read the program guide for specific rules, because not every convention has the same ones.
Just as it says.

Don't:
* Glomp anyone without permission.
As hard as it may be to believe, many people don't like to be tackled out of the blue by people they don't know. I don't care how cute you are, or how cute you think they are, don't do it. I've literally been knocked into a wall by someone who just had to do a running tackle at me when I was wearing my Celestin costume.

* Touch anyone's costume without asking.
Just because someone spent the past six months making their costume doesn't make it the sturdiest thing in the world. There may be some fragile seams, broken props that are just glued temporarily, or (dare I say it) bad craftsmanship. If it's a solid, sturdy costume, then the person wearing it may consent to you taking a closer look. But always ask.

* Openly bash someone else's choice in anime.
Everyone is at the conventions to have a good time and to enjoy what they want. Mocking someone because they like DBZ or some other show that you simply hated is a fast way to put a bad spin on someone's good weekend. Debates are one thing, but calling someone a "stupid Narutard" for no reason is just plain rude.

* Be afraid to ask the staff for help.
If you don't know where you're going, what's going on, or where to sign up for something, ask a staffer. Normally they'll point you in the direction of the info booth, but if they don't have anything major going on at the time, they will sometimes help you out personally.

* Tell people you don't know what hotel or room you are staying in.
Another self-explanatory rule.

* Carry around signs that say "Will X for Y."
Conventions have banned signs like "Will glomp for a dollar" or "Pocky for a hug" because of certain local laws that have grey areas when it comes to "panhandling". The only signs that you can carry around should be directly related to your costume.

* Use the elevators if you're staying on the 2nd or 3rd floor.
Considering how many people are staying in that hotel, using the elevator to move one or two floors is just rude (handicapped people notwithstanding). Besides, with the amount of people trying to get on that elevator, it would probably take you less time to walk it anyway.

And with that, I will close the door on my rule quoting for this segment. In the next issue, I'll start going in more depth about events and panels, what kinds there are, and how to submit one of your own.

My side of the table: Masquerade Misconceptions

Ah, the Masquerade. The big cosplay event of the weekend, and the one event most people are desperate to see. I've staffed them, and I've won awards in them... and I just have to say one thing about them:

THEY ARE A MESS!

The end result of the show may look good to the spectators, but behind the scenes is always a hectic disaster until the curtain goes up. Everything from the rehearsal to the lineup to the actual event is planned out in detail, scheduled to provide the least amount of conflict, and staffed by people who are well aware of what needs to happen and when. The staff is usually ready, willing, and able to put the show on, right on schedule, without a hitch... but there's almost always one or two groups that have other things in mind.

Biggest problems that Masquerades run into:
* Audio failure
A group brings a CD that wasn't closed, is scratched, or has been lost before the event.

* Timing issues
A group fails to show up to the lineup on time, then argues when they're either ejected or pushed to the end of the line

* Attention deficit
People in the "green room" don't pay attention so the staff can't line them up in performance order

I'm not saying that the problems are always with the performers, but it has always seemed that the more times a group competes in a masquerade, the more likely they are to feel that the rules no longer apply to them. I've seen some renowned groups completely ignore the masquerade director because "they already know what he/she is going to say". The lineup stops, the staff freaks out, and the audience has to deal with another 15 minute delay before the show starts.

This segment was not designed to gripe about masquerades (well... maybe a little). I've been doing them long enough to know this stuff already... but if you go to compete in one, remember that these things do happen. The best thing you can do is stay close to where the staffers are giving out directions, stay quiet, and follow their directions. They may not say it to you, but believe me, I will... er... they will appreciate it.

In the next "My Side" segment, I'll let you guys in on some of the funniest convention stories I've ever heard. See you then!

Sailor Moon Eats!

Hello everyone! In this installment of Moonie Things in Japan, I will be talking about some of the many things that poor Usagi eats throughout the time that we know her. I know, I know... there's way too much to talk about. I'll have to just go over some of the major things, especially those of which I was able to get a picture.

All right, first I'm going to just give you a list of some of the things that I've found. This is by no means an exhaustive list. I just could not watch all 200 episodes, the movies, and everything else. I asked for help and had lots of input though. So here's what I've got: ice cream, cookies, onigiri, takoyaki, pizza, cheesecake, pudding, pancakes, pie, meatloaf, curry, baked yams, mini meatballs, melon soda, konpeitou (sugar stars), coffee, doughnuts, tayaki, doner kebab, crepes, sausage on a stick, and iced oolong tea. Whew!

Okay kids, pay attention. First I'll go over the things I have pictures of, and then I'll explain some of the things that might not be familiar to everyone.

First up on our list is onigiri. There isn't really an English translation to this other than "rice ball." Lucky for you, I have a picture! Have a look! It's basically just rice in a triangle shape (most of the time) stuffed with fish or vegetables, wrapped in dried seaweed because it's sticky. These are a staple of Japanese cuisine. (Have you seen the cover for Utada's song "Flavor of Life?")

Next we have mini meatballs. Japanese kids usually have these in their lunches if they have a bento. You can usually see them being stolen from someone else's bento with a little fork too. You can buy these from the grocery store in three packs of ten. They're really cheap and easy for a bento. Meato Ballu.

Then we come to konpeitou. These are tiny little candy "stars" that appear in lots of other anime besides Sailor Moon. Sugary! These are pretty popular, too. Everyone knows what these are. They're basically just sugar candies.

Now we have a fun one: crepes! These are incredibly popular, and evidently have been for a long time. We're not talking breakfast crepes either. Difficult research. The crepe is filled with chocolate, bananas, strawberries, caramel, custard, whipped cream, or many other things. You can find these all over the place in Harajuku. People set aside their qualms about walking and eating in Harajuku so they can enjoy crepes. They are really good!

Next is something I eat all the time, curry! It's a lot different from Indian curry, if you've ever had that. It's not as spicy, and it's much sweeter. It's a staple among school lunches and dinner tables alike. Yum! This picture is from a restaurant, Coco Ichibanya. So good... This one is rice, curry, and a pork cutlet. There are different varieties.

Now for another favorite: tayaki! These also appear in different anime such as Ai Yori Aoshi. Delicious and cute! They are basically fish shaped pancakes filled with anko, red bean paste. It tastes much better than it sounds!

All right, now one that I could get a picture of but isn't really a favorite. Baked yams. Yam stand. They sell these at the grocery store. I'm just not a fan, sorry.

Last on the picture list is melon soda. This is mainly out in stores in the warmer months, but you can get it from a restaurant any time. Don't you want a Fanta? They all taste pretty ramune-ish with subtle differences... and they're green.

I hope you're still with me... now a few explanations for some things that might be a little strange. Takoyaki is... heh... Well, the simple answer is that it's octopus balls. But don't run away in horror! It's little round dumplings with octopus and vegetables in the middle, covered with sauce and bonito flakes. They're actually really good. Another scary-sounding one is doner kebab. They have these at summer festivals. When I saw it, I almost died. The huge piece of rotating lamb and the connotation of the Donner party... but anyway. These are good too, kind of like gyros. They're Turkish, but for some reason are big here.

And Bob's your uncle! That's it, I promise! I sure hope that you didn't fall asleep or anything. Usagi would be so upset! You know how she is about food. I tried to keep it as short as possible, but there was so much to cover. I could have gone on for quite a bit more, I'm sure. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask away in the Moongram topic or ask me directly. Happy eating!

Seen any good websites, lately? Well, we're looking for them, too. The Crystal Key needs your submissions. Tell us about any great sites you've visited. What are you waiting for? Bring us some links!
Japanese 101

Class is on break for end-of-semester activities.
Check back next month for more Japanese 101!

Now Playing

Alright, last month I promised new shows, and I'm here to deliver. One show I'd personally been looking forward to, one show has the manga available in the US, and one show I had no clue about until I watched it.

And incase people are confused about the times listed for the series... It's not just TV that times get listed in military time for AFTER 24:00. Basically, something listed at 25:30, or 26:29 (that was when Xenosaga: The Animation aired, IIRC), means that it's really 1:30am, 2:29am, but it's considered part of the previous day's programming/schedule. Sorta think of what they do on Adult Swim. Even though the action stuff is aired on Sunday mornings, it's still considered Saturday's schedule. So the times would be 24:00, 24:30, 25:00, etc.

~*~*~*~*~

I was looking forward to this show since I heard about it, especially when I found out that not only was Hoshi Souichiro, my favorite seiyuu, doing not one, but TWO voices in the show, but also that they were using Shining Tears and Hikari no SILHOUETTE for the OP and ED. (Those were the OP/ED for the game Shining Tears, which Hoshi-sama also sings.)

Unfortunately, it took me LITERALLY until last night to find it subtitled. Aaah! Watching three episodes at once was awesome, though! Now we just to wait for episode 4!

I don't know if it can be considered a blessing or not, but I'm coming into the show with no knowledge of the Shining Tears and Shining Wind games. So, even though I know that this is supposed to be a sequel to Tears, and it has sort of set up Wind (even though the games themselves aren't connected), I'm not sure how it'll end up affecting my enjoyment of the series.

Now, Shining Tears X Wind actually follows the characters from Wind, namely Souma, Kiriya, and Sagiri, and their female partners. They are normal high school students, but students have been disappearing, supposedly to another world. While trying to get to the bottom of the disappearances, all three of them end up in the other world. Here, the girls find that they have swords that they can summon, which is the materialization of their hearts, for the boys to wield. The story follows Souma, who is with Kureha (and let's not even go into the romantic triangle here... it is required, you know), as opposed to Kiriya, who is the main character of Wind. And, true to type, Souma follows many of the "brash, hot-headed male lead" patterns, although not to the extent that it's annoying or clichéd. The storyline is interesting, from what little I have seen of it so far. It's going to be interesting to see where it goes from here.

Shining Tears X Wind
First Airing: April 6, 2007
Air Date/Time: Fridays at 25:30
Current Episode: Shimei X Nakama (Mission X Companion), April 27, 2007
Official Website (Japanese only)

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Claymore was an interesting watch. I've got the next two episodes, but I haven't watched them yet, although the first episode definitely left me wanting to continue the series.

The title of the show comes from the mysterious women known as Claymore. In the world the series takes place in, youma (demons) disguise themselves and attack people, taking their forms to continue their killing. The Claymore are the only ones who can tell the difference between a human and a hidden youma, so they are called in to rid a town or village of the youma. However, the reason they have this ability is also the reason that, while needed by the people, they are also feared: they themselves are half youma.

Raki, a young boy whose family was killed by a youma, ends up banished from his village and tags along with a Claymore named Claire. At first she seemed uninterested in him as a companion, but she was shown to actually have emotions and care for him. Perhaps there is more to the Claymore than was thought?

Claymore
First Airing: April 3, 2007
Air Date/Time: Tuesdays at 25:26
Current Episode: Bishou mi no Teresa (Teresa of the Faint Smile), May 1, 2007
Official Website (Japanese only)

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Sola is... well... I don't know how to explain it. At first glance, it appeared to be slice-of-life, the story of a boy whose hobby is taking pictures of the ever-changing sky (Sora = sky in Japanese. With 'r' and 'l' often interchangeable, "sora" became "sola"). He then meets this girl late at night who seemingly vanishes into thin air on him. A few nights later, he meets her again and sees that her umbrella has the sky on the inside of it. She also has a photo of the evening sky behind a church. Searching for her, he finds the church and witnesses her being confronted by a strange man, who begins to attack her!

And that's where episode 1 ended. Again, I haven't gotten around to watching episode 2, but it looks like there's a bit of supernatural to the series. At this point, it's not a "save" for me (i.e., things I know I'm going to be rewatching), but it's definitely something I want to keep up with.

Sola
First Airing: April 6, 2007
Air Date/Time: Fridays at 25:28
Current Episode: Negai Futari (Desired Pair), April 27, 2007
Official Website (Japanese only)

Japanese Proverbs

You can tell a people's character from that people's proverbs. Therefore any friend of the Japanese will know already what he will find here: a sentimentality about flowers and a cynicism about people; a confidence in the eternal and a distrust of the immediate, a seriousness about shrines and a jocularity about priests.

This combination of spirituality and worldliness is not unique to the Japanese, but they show it perhaps more sharply than any other people.

In any collection of proverbs you can always find another kind of contradiction: a yes to each no on any question, and a black to every white. This collection is no exception. National traits are not involved by such contradictions: they are simply mirrors of human pessimism and optimism, bad experience and good. We hope your experience here will be all good?

--Japanese Proverbs & Traditional Phrases © 1962 Peter Pauper Press

A Woman's Mind:
Like Spring Weather

Bean-Paste That
Smells Like Bean-Paste
Is No Good

Maidens And Fish
Don't Keep

He Is As Good
As He Is Wicked

Monthly Fun

~Sailor Moon Birthdays
May 30: Taiki Kou / Sailor Star Maker

~ Horoscopes
Taurus (April 21-May 20)
Your lucky numbers this month are 0 and 12,372.

Gemini (May 21-June 21)
An unexpected event will change your perception.

Cancer (June 22-July 22)
Every cloud has a silver lining.

Leo (July 23-Aug 22)
You will meet a mysterious stranger.

Virgo (Aug 23-Sep 22)
Don't forget to wash your hands!

Libra (Sep 23-Oct 24)
A new opportunity will surprise you this month.

Scorpio (Oct 24-Nov 22)
It's better to have loved and lost, than to never have loved at all.

Sagittarius (Nov 23-Dec 21)
You should learn to do The Hustle.

Capricorn (Dec 22-Jan 20)
Watch out for stray tigers!

Aquarius (Jan 21-Feb 18)
Make more time for reading this month.

Pisces (Feb 19-March 20)
The court of public opinion is always open.

Aries (March 21-April 20)
Avoid purple-spotted octagons.

April's Caption Contest Winner

Minako has a giant sweatdrop
"What do you mean that wasn't hair gel?!"

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