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> [1209] - How Do I Ask This?, "try to contain your dissapointment."
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And yet somehow the dialogue fails to work for me.

I suppose it conveys a certain nuance of meaning as intended, albeit with the abovementioned confusion. It just doesn't seem to flow properly as a conversation. Try reading it out loud (yeah, do the silly Kimi-voice too, guys, haha) and it sounds a bit awkward. If I was either party in this conversation, I'd be saying, "huh?? wtf are you talking about??"... a lot.


Subjective. I read the dialogue without any error or confusion. I didn't even realize it could cause such until I came to the forums and saw people like you having issues with it. I regularly speak in such a fashion as this as do many people I know. Specifically the way Piro speaks in panel 7. It is usually indicative that a slightly lengthier explanation is required to resolve the seeming contradiction.

However, it appears Kimiko understood him, thus the character of Piro will probably not offer further clarification upon that line.

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We also seem to miss Kimiko's "crushing disappointment" somewhere between the last two frames.


It's called sarcasm. Piro is quite clearly being sarcastic with the "crushing disappointment" line.

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On another point, Fred seems to be madly "retconning" the situation between Miho and Piro. It was quite obvious early on in the story (Magical Cake sequence, for example) that neither new the other's true gender. It was also suggested that neither had talked outside of Endgames.


There is no evidence about any retconning of the former and the latter was never suggested from what I can recall. You'll need to quote strips.

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Now he's trying to construct an elaborate and lengthy relationship between the two outside of the game, yet somehow without the exchange of photos, phone calls, skype, webcams, dirty videos, etc etc which eventually accompanies EVERY OTHER internet relationship of this nature.


Subjective. The exchange of photos, phone calls, skype, webcams, dirty videos, e.t.c is inherently different from relationship to relationship. Don't use your personal experience as a rubric for what all others will do in a given situation. I find that setup more than believable.

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"On no, they just TALKED. They had an intellectual meeting of the minds." Yeah, right!


See above.

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(pro-tip: DON'T sit on the dialogue for days)


You, sir, are not a 'pro'.

As for the actual comic:

What Piro seems to be saying here is that Miho and he began speaking for reasons unrelated to their genders. When he says they 'never pretended' to be a boy or a girl he means they never claimed to be male or female in the real world (it probably never came up seeing as most of their actions revolved around/in a game). His comment 'when she did' should probably be more read as 'when she was playing Niho'. Thus:

Piro: I wasn't pretending to be a girl (IRL), she wasn't pretending to be a guy (IRL).
Piro: When she did (play a guy), it wasn't to play any of that boy-on-boy stuff (it wasn't related to our relationship/the real world).

The ending statement makes sense like this since she was playing a guy in Endgames. The trick of this dialogue is to note the different meanings of 'pretend'. He's saying she didn't pretend to be a guy in real life (OOC chat), but she did pretend to be one in Endgames (IC chat). Since Piro tries to make a large distinction between things that happen in-game (or in character) and out-of-game (or out of character), this is a reasonable boundry for him to differentiate between.

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QUOTE (Greybeard @ May 26 2009, 08:28 AM)
This is as good a reading of the somewhat confusing dialogue in this strip as I've seen.

It's only confusing if you try to force it to fit preconceptions, folks smile.gif

I swear, MT is a wonderful experiment in perception sometimes. Of course, i do this all the time, and watch as the foundations for 'proven truths' get eaten away and people finally see where the foundations actually run.

Sorta like looking at a computer screen. what you see, really, are just pixels. Your brain is what puts them all together. I think humans couldn't operate if they weren't able to 'fill in the gaps' between things to gain understandings. This, of course, is so, so, so often prone to parsing errors... smile.gif

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QUOTE (Grimchar @ May 26 2009, 01:07 AM)
He says that he "wasn't pretending to be a girl and she (Miho) wasn't pretending to be a guy". Well, yes they were. Then he says "When she did. It wasn't to play any of that boy-on-boy stuff". I read that as him saying that she DID pretend to be a guy in the game which is contradictory to his previous statement. This is why I'm not quite getting it.

Ah well. I'm certain all will be make clear(er). Fred always manages to do that.

Personally, I took it to mean that while they were in the relationship, they weren't pretending to be what they weren't. I'm sure during the relationship they found out they were the opposite genders of their in-game characters.

The "when she did" I took to meant that outside of their relationship, she didn't nessissarily act like a male specifically to enter into a guy-on-guy relationship.

I dunno. That's just how I read it, anyway
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LOL yuki replying in the background laugh.gif no surprise if the two notices her presence emot-words.gif


BTW, is there a japanese version of "he" and "she"? since piro knows a thing or two with the japanese language and Kimiko knows only little (if not no) english, i'd picture them speaking in japanese...

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Could be worse.

Asako could be there.
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QUOTE (Captain Button @ May 26 2009, 08:51 AM)
Could be worse.

Asako could be there.

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QUOTE (Piro @ May 26 2009, 09:43 AM)
Question everything. The author is not to be trusted.

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Ah hah! So that "recap" episode was in fact the truth, all of this is a massive game that Piroko and Largo are playing, and Piroko is in fact playing a guy who played a girl who was on an online relationship with a guy who was really a girl...

um, gang? Why is smoke coming out of all of your ears? oO
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I have to say, this is the funniest comic I've seen in a long time. smile.gif Brings me back to the days of the 1337 d00d.
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QUOTE (Umbras @ May 26 2009, 08:41 AM)
What Piro seems to be saying here is that Miho and he began speaking for reasons unrelated to their genders. When he says they 'never pretended' to be a boy or a girl he means they never claimed to be male or female in the real world (it probably never came up seeing as most of their actions revolved around/in a game). His comment 'when she did' should probably be more read as 'when she was playing Niho'. Thus:

Piro: I wasn't pretending to be a girl (IRL), she wasn't pretending to be a guy (IRL).
Piro: When she did (play a guy), it wasn't to play any of that boy-on-boy stuff (it wasn't related to our relationship).

The ending statement makes sense like this since she was playing a guy in Endgames. The trick of this dialogue is to note the different meanings of 'pretend'. He's saying she didn't pretend to be a guy in real life (OOC chat), but she did pretend to be one in Endgames (IC chat). Since Piro tries to make a large distinction between things that happen in-game (or in character) and out-of-game (or out of character), this is a reasonable boundry for him to differentiate between.

Sounds good to me.
Instead of asking 'what exactly was he pretending?', I should have asked myself 'what does he mean by *pretending*'?

Anyway, so for Piro the RL connection with m0h was a non-gender related meeting of souls. (No, I'm not being sarcastic.)
OK. But that means... the only obstacle in that relationship, still, is the feeling of betrayal he has from whatever happened in Endgames. Unresolved, but still intense. Which fits with his behaviour towards her.


And in this thread, -The Saint- pulls a Cracky and declares that since the strip doesn't conform to his expectations, Fred doesn't know what he's doing.
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QUOTE (Rober2 @ May 26 2009, 08:47 AM)
BTW, is there a japanese version of "he" and "she"? since piro knows a thing or two with the japanese language and Kimiko knows only little (if not no) english, i'd picture them speaking in japanese...

There are several genderless third-person pronouns in Japanese, but Wikionary also notes gender-specific third-person pronouns. Interestingly, the word meaning "he" can also mean "boyfriend," while the word meaning "she" can also mean "girlfriend."

Also, if you are ever confused about what language a person is speaking in Megatokyo[I], a general guideline is that "this is in English" and <this is in Japanese.>
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QUOTE (BinaryTears @ May 26 2009, 09:24 AM)
Anyway, so for Piro the RL connection with m0h was a non-gender related meeting of souls. (No, I'm not being sarcastic.)

Which is what I said a few hours ago.

Assuming someone in RL is the same gender as the character they play is a natural conclusion. Having played D&D for 30 years now, I remember when there was a huge "ewwwww" factor in playing a different gender (especially if the RL player was a guy - which in those days was almost always the case). Instances then were very rare (and still rare in face-to-face gaming).

Obviously in OL gaming such a reversal is not immediately visible. Absent direct voice communication, out-of-game communication through IM and other such methods does not necessarily give away the RL gender of the player, even if the player takes no pains to conceal it.

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QUOTE (Piro @ May 26 2009, 08:43 AM)
It's only confusing if you try to force it to fit preconceptions, folks smile.gif 

I swear, MT is a wonderful experiment in perception sometimes.  Of course, i do this all the time, and watch as the foundations for 'proven truths' get eaten away and people finally see where the foundations actually run.

Sorta like looking at a computer screen.  what you see, really, are just pixels.  Your brain is what puts them all together.  I think humans couldn't operate if they weren't able to 'fill in the gaps' between things to gain understandings.  This, of course, is so, so, so often prone to parsing errors... smile.gif

Question everything.  The author is not to be trusted.

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Well... I was confused too, but I blame the fact that I may be able to *read* english but this does not mean I can *understand* any conversation.

Actually, now that it is "annotated" I can finally read the script... sometimes it is good that the author can answer...
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but if the author is not to be trusted this means that the annotation is not true... but the author himself said that he is not to be trusted so this is also not trustworthy
[Circular Logic detected, preparing Brain Bleach! wacko.gif ]

@Tangent: embarassing as it may be, if he does not consider that his actual girlfriend:
1) make a living of dubbing "girly porn games"
2) is the best friend of a ex-idol-raging-lunatic and had to drag out her drunk butt out of a love hotel in at least one occasion
3) dropped hints of a commuter train size that she WANTS to be with him, whatever.

well, let me just say that Piro IS a *little* stiff

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One, the thought of two Yaoi fans being disappointed makes me giggle.

Two, Piro has just tripped over most of the feelings in his head and lied about some of it too. His dysfunction seems to run pretty deep, and I think that the Miho issue has just made stuff that much more complicated. This has the beginnings of an all night conversation. May it end in a similar way to the end of day 7(?) with them lying in each otherís arms. Piro is probably going to need it, as untangling the thoughts he has just shared is going to force him to take an uncomfortably close look at himself.
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QUOTE (Quadhelix @ May 26 2009, 03:39 PM)
There are several genderless third-person pronouns in Japanese, but Wikionary also notes gender-specific third-person pronouns. Interestingly, the word meaning "he" can also mean "boyfriend," while the word meaning "she" can also mean "girlfriend."

For 'kanojo', this ambiguity is present. It's used for both (romantic) girlfriend and for girl.

When you talk about 'kare', less so. They got 'kareshi' to explicitly say (romantic) boyfriend.
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QUOTE (Stanislao Moulinsky @ May 26 2009, 10:53 AM)
@Tangent: embarassing as it may be, if he does not consider that his actual girlfriend:
1) make a living of dubbing "girly porn games"
2) is the best friend of a ex-idol-raging-lunatic and had to drag out her drunk butt out of a love hotel in at least one occasion
3) dropped hints of a commuter train size that she WANTS to be with him, whatever.

well, let me just say that Piro IS a *little* stiff

That is not to say that he does not find this embarrassing, despite the fact his girlfriend's only other job was voice-acting in an h-game (or whatever they're called).

A person's girlfriend could be into some of the weirdest stuff, but that doesn't mean that person doesn't still feel some sense of embarrassment when he was caught dancing around in women's clothing or enjoying certain kinks. Hell, she could even mention how she found it "intriguing" to find her boyfriend was into that sort of thing... and yet he'd still find it embarrassing.

Piro appears to exclusively play female characters online. It is inevitable that he has been hit on multiple times, and inevitably acted in a Type A Tsundre fashion (warning, TV Tropes link). If Largo is to be believed (and he seems to be a fairly neutral party when all things are considered - yes, he was an opponent of m0h, but he felt that Pirogoeth's emotions betrayed her and him, rather than m0h being the true betrayer), then Pirogoeth ended up in an intimate relationship (which may or may not have included some element of sexuality in it) with m0h.

He seems to find the fact he was in such a relationship to be embarrassing and something he'd rather not think about. Tohya herself mentioned that she herself was feeling something, and if I'm remembering correctly (can't find the specific comic at the moment) did feel some concern because she didn't think she was interested in girls that way.

Even with the most caring and considerate girlfriend in the world, Piro would be justified in trying to repress just what happened. Of course, Tohya did also comment "would you have been more receptive if you knew I was a girl," which suggests that the level of intimacy between the characters may have not exceeded a certain level - in short, they probably kept it PG-13. happy.gif Despite that... Piro and Tohya were lovers. Not in the sexual term, not even in the cyber-sexual term... but as in two people who were strongly attracted to each other.

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QUOTE (Piro @ May 26 2009, 08:43 AM)
It's only confusing if you try to force it to fit preconceptions, folks smile.gif

I swear, MT is a wonderful experiment in perception sometimes. Of course, i do this all the time, and watch as the foundations for 'proven truths' get eaten away and people finally see where the foundations actually run.

Sorta like looking at a computer screen. what you see, really, are just pixels. Your brain is what puts them all together. I think humans couldn't operate if they weren't able to 'fill in the gaps' between things to gain understandings. This, of course, is so, so, so often prone to parsing errors... smile.gif

Question everything. The author is not to be trusted.

fredrin

Difficult to describe my mixed feelings at being quoted by Fred for the first time, only to be called narrow-minded.

If I didn't know Fred better (Oh yeah, that's right, I don't know Fred), I would think that he's giving us the old third grade "I know something you don't" jeer. It is true that a lot of everyday conversation, especially between people talking about a complex field of business, or politics, or computer games, can be totally misunderstood by a listener who doesn't share the same knowledge or perspective as the people who are talking. In MegaTokyo, misunderstandings abound because the people talking all have different perspectives. As I suggested in the last thread, I think a good deal of the plot revolves around everyone gradually expanding their perspectives so that they come to understand (and appreciate) each other. An incidental result of this process is that the readers finally figure out what's going on, because Fred has kept us almost as much in the dark as any of the characters.

I hope what Fred is saying is that he has given us enough information to know that what any character says, especially when it deals with an emotionally charged subject, has to be taken with a grain of salt. In this case, I imagine that not only will we find that Largo and Piro have different perspectives on what happened in Endgames, but also that Miho's perspective is different too, and that all three of them can be dishonest with others and with themselves when dealing with the subject. We already saw that Largo was not totally forthcoming with Erika about his feelings after his defeat in Endgames, until she goaded him into it, with a healthy result for both of them.

Meanwhile, it's becoming clearer (from Piro's use of the phrase "we started talking") that Piro and Miho had an extensive out-of-game conversation, which may or may not have been sufficiently intimate to be called a relationship. As someone else suggested in a previous thread, it apparently included sharing their opinions of certain episodes of "Girl Phase." It obviously did not include the sharing of detailed descriptions of each other's gender, age, and other personal characteristics. Of course we also know that Piro used to be the kind of person who did not form intimate relationships in real life, which implies that he was able to do so when he could use the persona of Pirogoeth or Piroko as a buffer. That would (somewhat) explain his irrational reaction when Yuki told him about "embarrassing photos" of Miho. If his relationship with Miho, however "virtual" it may have been, was the only intimate relationship he ever had until Kimiko came along, he would tend to be extremely protective of it and overreact to any reference to something "embarrassing" concerning Miho, even if there aren't really any photos associated with the two of them.
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I've seen at least two references to Kimi having a prior history of working in porn games. That's not the case.

I can't find the strip I'm looking for, where Kimi is talking to her agent, who mistakenly reads from the wrong folder, but in this one, it's pretty strongly implied that she hasn't done adult content.
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At a later date it is mentioned that Nanasawa has had one other part, as a minor character in what I think was an H-game. Also, when she is talking to Hayasaka about the part, I believe they comment on working in H-games (and the "voice acting" for the more intimate parts).
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QUOTE (ubu roi @ May 26 2009, 01:07 PM)
I've seen at least two references to Kimi having a prior history of working in porn games.  That's not the case.

I can't find the strip I'm looking for, where Kimi is talking to her agent, who mistakenly reads from the wrong folder, but in this one, it's pretty strongly implied that she hasn't done adult content.

[0417] Note that Satsuki says videos not games, and does not specify if they were anime or live action. But that is one of her other clients.

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At a later date it is mentioned that Nanasawa has had one other part, as a minor character in what I think was an H-game. Also, when she is talking to Hayasaka about the part, I believe they comment on working in H-games (and the "voice acting" for the more intimate parts).

You may mean [0202].
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Lot of good discussion here.

When referring to Pirogoeth Piro calls her "his character." As in, a separate entity from himself. The way I see it, his character and Niho had a relationship that may or may not have been intimate. We don't know and it's not really important. Most people familiar with role playing know that the mindset of the character and the player behind them can be wildly different. It's one of the major draws of the activity.

It was separate from whatever relationship he, Piro, had with Niho's player, and we don't know what that relationship was yet, when he started to communicate with Miho outside of the game and what prompted that to begin with. Hopefully we will soon. I think Tangent has it right, they both connected with each other. We do know that both Piro and Miho valued it, whatever it was.

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QUOTE (Greybeard @ May 26 2009, 11:20 AM)
Difficult to describe my mixed feelings at being quoted by Fred for the first time, only to be called narrow-minded.

no, no, you aren't being narrow minded. you forget, i play games with this far far outside the range of what you can really get away with in real life (the nature of the MT universe and creative license, of which i have a class O grade license). Really didn't mean to imply that.

You guys are doing your best to think outside of the box (as always) and it's a lot easier for me to chuckle at things when i know what im doing when you don't. smile.gif But what you folks do (and others who i discuss things with) is give me a sense of if i can indeed provide decent pathways. A story is pretty useless if you are the only one who can get from point A to point B, and no one else can figure out the track.

fredrin

PS: if it was really straight forward, there wouldn't be any fun to be had with what i'll be doing with the rest of the chapter.
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Heh, sorry about that. Refresh'd. Bleh.

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Frames one and two bring to mind Ender of Ender's Game. Don't just win the fight. Win all the next ones. Win so that you'll never have to deal with that one again. Not a nice thing to do, not by any measure. No restraint, no mercy, and no question as to the results.

QUOTE (littlethunder @ May 26 2009, 08:06 AM)
I understand Piro's descriptions.  Treat panels 5 and 6, and the first half of panel 7 as a digression.  In the second half of panel 7 Piro comes back from the digression and completes the thought he began in panel 4.  Here's what I mean, with a phrase added to make it clearer:

Panel 4:  "It had nothing to do with why we started talking."
Panel 7: "When she did [start talking to me], it wasn't to play any of that boy-on-boy stuff."

The tangent in panels 5, 6 and the first half of 7 are Piro correcting Kimiko's misconception that playing a female character in Endgames meant that he was pretending to be a girl.  (and vice versa for Miho)

Let me suggest an alternate reading: connect the second bubble in panel seven to the first bubble in panel seven. When Miho did pretend to be a guy, it was for different reasons.

Not that this reading has any more or less validity, but it should also be considered. Just because a reading is easy or obvious doesn't lend it any amount of validity.

For the record, I'm not sure Fred actually knows what "straightforward" means anymore. I suspect his years of doing MT have left his brain twistier than a maze in a text-adventure game. tongue.gif
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There's maybe a little too much distinction between playing a character and real life. We play roles all the time in real life: Father, son, uncle, worker, etc. We aren't usually exposing most our personality most of the time, but they're all valid parts of us.
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QUOTE (ubu roi @ May 26 2009, 11:07 AM)
I can't find the strip I'm looking for, where Kimi is talking to her agent, who mistakenly reads from the wrong folder

THIS STRIP is the one you mean.

ph34r.gif Ninja'd. Badly.

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