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  1. Ooh, the PS4 Kingdom Hearts collections are coming to Xbox One. Never been an Xbox player, but I'm happy to see that those who will finally get the whole series.

  2. https://www.dropbox.com/s/zhax51w3sig1lhz/2E3.pdf?dl=0 Looks like Vic's lawyers didn't pay the trial court clerk. Unless they do so in the next week, the interlocutory appeal will be dismissed for want of prosecution. There is really no way Vic can win this, is there?
  3. The way I understand it, the "strategies" before Vic come down to two possibilities: 1. Appeal the ruling. The sole reason for this is that Judge Chupp allegedly refused to hear evidence from Ty Beard. However, this is because Ty attempted to admit evidence that was already on the record anyway. Or, more specifically, use that as a smokescreen to attempt resubmitting documents that he had previously withdrawn, so he was therefore past the deadline. 2. Have Vic declare bankruptcy so as to deny the defendants the chance to recover the fees and costs. This is a remarkably stupid plan, because while I understand why Vicstans think it would be "owning the defendants" to deny the costs, if your plan hinges on Vic declaring bankruptcy, then... well, how exactly is "Vic is bankrupt" a winning strategy? Putting aside the galaxy brain ascendance of "Vic can win this case if he just declares bankruptcy!", apparently Vic and his mom signed a deed back in September to put Vic's house into a trust. So they were already planning to hide his assets before the judge dismissed the remainder of the case. Even if at this point you somehow still believe that Vic is innocent of acting inappropriately in an incident that he had already admitted occurred, he still managed to commit another illegal act when 71% of his case was dismissed. If the only options available to Vic are an appeal without merit or hiding assets in preparation for potentially declaring bankruptcy, I genuinely cannot see a light at the end of the tunnel for him.
  4. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1JPKLOp0LgFj80UPK_pihNwRr4lts_5ps/view Funimation is currently seeking $201,445 for court costs and additional expenses, including sanctions to discourage Vic more frivolous lawsuits like this. EDIT: Looks like Vic is going to end up owing around a million dollars to the defendants, at the very least. It feels good to be right.
  5. #TeamSobble

    1. Yui

      Yui

      #ScorbunnySquad

    2. UltimateIRS

      UltimateIRS

      #WoolooGroup

    3. Blake

      Blake

      I don't like the Scorbunny line. 

      Grookey line is cool, but not big on primates.

      Sobble all the way.

  6. https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2019-10-30/monica-rial-ron-toye-jamie-marchi-funimation-file-motion-to-dismiss-vic-mignogna-appeal/.152791 Vic's lawyers have attempted to an interlocutory appeal, but the hearing for the fees that Vic must pay to the defendants is set for November 21, so they defendants have filed a motion to dismiss this appeal.
  7. The last five claims were just dismissed. Mediation had failed, so Nick Rekieta started lashing out, and his account was suspended in response to him harassing other users.
  8. "Damn it, Nick, we lost the case again."

  9. https://www.dallasnews.com/opinion/commentary/2019/09/06/in-animes-metoo-moment-vic-mignogna-a-no-show-at-tarrant-county-hearing-and-his-case-is-mostly-an-unholy-mess/ https://www.theverge.com/2019/9/18/20870541/vic-mignogna-metoo-accusations-defamation-lawsuit-anti-slapp-laws Judge Chupp has ordered all parties to mediate by Oct. 3, and if that is not successful, then he will rule on the remaining five orders the following day, a few days earlier than the anticipated Oct. 7 ruling. This follows ISWV continued death threats towards him, such as the following examples: "Hello, I just wanted to let you know that judge Chupp is a braindead moron and I sincerely hope someone accuses him of rape. You are the cause of school shootings ... suicides ... hate and violence. Judge Chupp just let a group of open criminals go free, shame on your kangaroo court. When people start uprising I hope your court is the first thing targeted." "Disillusioned -- the strong reminder that justice only leaves the barrel of a gun. When the state fails to defend its citizens, it's only natural that the citizens take care of themselves. It would be a justified kill, and the person doing it can even get annulled for the act of killing and found not guilty for murder." He has called on both sets of attorneys to refrain from inciting supporters. While Rial, Toye, and Funimation do not seem to be inciting anyone, I imagine that Chupp is speaking to both sides so Vic and his legal team would not feel singled out, and could instead be more inclined to adhere to Chupp's requests.
  10. Good riddance to Dragon Links. Happy that Shadow Mist is Semi'd. The past few lists have been brutal to Dark Warriors, and while I don't expect this to help those decks too much, I also don't see much of a reason to keep it at 1 anymore. It's a small change, but one that I appreciate. DAD and Trishula at 3 is weird, but I can't imagine they're as devastating now as they once were, so, probably not too bad.
  11. I find it interesting that the ISWV camp would claim that, if the judge ruled in Vic's favor, then KickVic would complain about the legal system, and still claim that Vic is a sexual predator, no matter what the court said. And yet, now that the judge has dismissed 70% of Vic's claims, ISWV is complaining about the legal system, accusing the judge of either being incompetent or even paid off, and even threatening him on Facebook. It seems that people within ISWV are guilty of behavior similar to, if not even worse than what they claimed KickVic would engage in. https://www.cbr.com/vic-mignogna-lawsuit-failed-fan-rage/ CBR (surprisingly showing some excellent journalism for the first time in a long while) recapped some of the events over these past few weeks, highlighting the toxic behavior that ISWV has engaged in. ComicsGaters have also tried to capitalize on this situation, mostly because some of them don't necessarily seem to care about whether Vic is innocent or not. They just saw this as an opportunity to "stick it to SJWs", and hopped on a bandwagon. I guess they backed the wrong Trojan Horse here.
  12. Apparently the final episode of VRAINS will be the 999th episode overall across every anime. Wonder if they're purposefully trying to start the new series to celebrate 1,000 episodes. https://old.reddit.com/r/yugioh/comments/d1qtm2/including_season_0_the_120th_episode_of_vrains/

  13. Just finished by first playthrough of Three Houses. I love the Blue Lions so much. Ashe especially is best boy.

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    2. Blake

      Blake

      ngl, that final map was pretty easy

      If you took out the boss of the Slithers asap, the map is basically de-fanged.

      That said, it broke my heart.

    3. Phantom Roxas

      Phantom Roxas

      Oh, I did that as soon as I could. It was more the Meteors from the throne room that were a hassle. Got it on the second time around.

    4. Blake

      Blake

      I actually didn't find that to be that bad, but I may have just gotten lucky on my res rolls through the run.

  14. Given Konami's Level 9 focus as of late, glad to see this.
  15. 12 out of 17 claims against the defendants were dismissed. https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2019-09-06/mignogna-civil-case-against-voice-actress-jamie-marchi-dismissed/.150828 Here's a helpful graph illustrating how this case was decimated. Judge Chupp will rule on the remaining claims against Monica Rial, Ron Toye, and Funimation within the next 30 days. Vic is now responsible for paying for all of Marchi's court fees, as well as to cover the costs for the remaining claims that were already dismissed.
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