Epilogue trivial

Discuss the translation of Eien no Aselia - Kono Daichi no Hate de.
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iamin7ove
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Epilogue trivial

Post by iamin7ove » Thu Apr 22, 2010 7:41 pm

Now that i notice...why the hell everyone on earth outside Yuuto and Tokimi are named with K with their initial i wonder =o= ?
Kaori
Kouin
Kyouko
Kotori...
I first i only notice the double K Kouin and Kyouko...
Then at the cast, why looking for another K to make KKK, i found this out...
Even Tokimi is only one step from being a K :?:


ALSO,
In the picture below....whos that ? Lemuria (Lesteena) dyed her hair ? LOL
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iamin7ove
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Re: Epilogue trivial

Post by iamin7ove » Thu Apr 22, 2010 8:07 pm

is it just me or the word "everlasting" of Euphie sound even more grand than "eternal" of Aselia =o= ?
Somehow her presence seems so big thats its pressurring me

Btw, Selia is ditched in the epilogue picture =o=

Xenoe
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Re: Epilogue trivial

Post by Xenoe » Thu Apr 22, 2010 8:18 pm

Euphie's "everlasting" is not actually everlasting persay in a literal translation, it more translates to a VERY VERY VERY LONG time, its like in math where a value approaches infinity but never touches concept.
while aselia is true "eternity" which is just infinity

iamin7ove
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Re: Epilogue trivial

Post by iamin7ove » Thu Apr 22, 2010 8:23 pm

Yah...maybe that VERY VERY VERY VERY thingy is what make it sound even more grand than absolute eternity

Volandum
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Re: Epilogue trivial

Post by Volandum » Thu Apr 22, 2010 9:05 pm

These mathematical references confuse me. Do you mean that one is omega and the other is omega + 1?

Tinbad
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Re: Epilogue trivial

Post by Tinbad » Thu Apr 22, 2010 9:14 pm

Volandum wrote:These mathematical references confuse me. Do you mean that one is omega and the other is omega + 1?
He was talking about asymptotes and infinity.

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