Threatening suicide?

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Magus

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Tuxedo Biccy said:
This same site reported Reggie Filles-Ame as a character in Smash Bros.
...Technically that statement is true... P-:

If you create a Reggie Mii that is.
 

Magus

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Princess Venus said:
Magus said:
Tuxedo Biccy said:
This same site reported Reggie Filles-Ame as a character in Smash Bros.
...Technically that statement is true... P-:

If you create a Reggie Mii that is.
and not a single Kingdom Hearts character...
Now that you mention that, I am genuinely surprised there were no KH characters.
 

Kerochan no Miko

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NinjaUsagi said:
Magus said:
Well, keep in mind, the term 'fan' derives from 'fanatic'...which these people surely are.
I thought it referred to a ventilation system?
One definition of it is, but... people who are "fans" of a show are definitely not that kind of fan...
 

C-17

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Nobody has threatened anything to begin with.
The article is satirical, like the whole site, and comments about a supposed group of Latin American fans planning to killthemselves in ways to channel their favourite senshi's attacks (Rei fans setting themselves on fire, Ami fans locking themselves on the fridge, etc), as *supposedly* a sign of protest to Crystal's new designs.
The whole thing is so incredibly OBVIOUS that only someone with two braincells left would believe it true, and could feel offended by it.
The article mocks NO ACTUAL PERSON's suicide, and the author doesn't pranks on any suicide attempt of an existing entity.
It's fiction. OBVIOUS, BLATANT, fiction.
And it's humour.
I haven't read the manga myself, but I've read that Usagi kills herself at least once.
You must seriously consider Takeuchi an immoral writer for banalizing suicide for entertainment's sake on a comic book.
 
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