Lossless Audio Rips

And the final Comic Girls bonus CD. New Rip: EAC (image copy, secure mode, 2-pass, AccurateRip offset, .log included) Format: .flac (--best -pe) Metadata: .cue (manually tagged, UTF-8) Scans: .png (600 dpi, 8-bit, profiled scanner, moire removed, 16-bit filter chain) Old Rip: EAC (image copy, secure mode, 2-pass, -30 shifted offset, .log included) Format: .tak (pMax) Metadata: .cue (manually tagged, UTF-8) Scans: .png (600 dpi, 8-bit, profiled scanner, moire removed, 16-bit filter chain)

TVアニメ「うちのメイドがウザすぎる!」 スペシャルCD3 ラジオ

ルルアのアトリエ ~アーランドの錬金術士4~ サウンドアーカイブス

  1. Presea (Off Vocal Ver.)
  2. Presea (Piano Ver.)
  3. 星追いのルルア (Another Ver.)
  4. 星追いのルルア ~草原 (Another Ver.)
  5. 星追いのルルア ~森 (Another Ver.)
  6. シューシューワルツ ~for ルルア 3
  7. 家族のかたち (未発表曲)
  8. あなたの隣で、いつまでも (未発表曲)
  9. 旅へ寄せて (Off Vocal Ver.)
  10. 旅へ寄せて (Pop Ver.)

TVアニメ「うちのメイドがウザすぎる!」 スペシャルCD2 キャラクターソング

  1. まあまあ? ますます!? ゆーじょーびより
  2. 愛ヲ唄エバ
  3. まあまあ? ますます!? ゆーじょーびより (instrumental)
  4. 愛ヲ唄エバ (instrumental)

TVアニメ「うちのメイドがウザすぎる!」 スペシャルCD1 オリジナルサウンドトラック

  1. ハッピー・テイク・オフ!
  2. これからどうしよう……
  3. 銀世界とノスタルジア
  4. 雪の妖精
  5. 誰だ、お前!?
  6. 思い出の部屋
  7. ヤル気充分!
  8. 忍びよる恐怖
  9. お嬢様のことなら、何でもわかります!
  10. わたしに近寄るな!
  11. 一生のんびり暮らしたい……
  12. いい加減にしろー!
  13. うちのメイドは……?
  14. すっごくいい調子!
  15. 素直になれずに
  16. カレーの誘惑
  17. お嬢様、私の考えを聞いてください
  18. たまには、こんなときも……
  19. 必ず幸せにします!
  20. 癒しのひととき
  21. レッツ・クッキング!
  22. 日常ってこんなもの
  23. 説得
  24. 明日もきっといい日になる
  25. いってきます!
  26. しっかりしなきゃ
  27. 完璧なメイド
  28. ダメなメイド
  29. 大切なともだち!
  30. イケてるっしょ?
  31. 鵜飼みどりという女
  32. ドM、現る
  33. テンション最高潮!
  34. 雪合戦で勝負!
  35. 後悔してる……
  36. 不安な夜
  37. 動揺
  38. あたたかい記憶
  39. これにて大団円!

TVアニメ「こみっくがーるず」 BONUS CD Vol.6

  1. オーディオドラマ『禁断の女子の園』

TVアニメ「こみっくがーるず」 BONUS CD Vol.5

  1. Memories -勝木 翼ver.-
  2. 涙はみせない -勝木 翼ver.-

竜星のヴァルニール キャスト朗読CD

disc01
  1. MINESSA -Witch's forbidden book-
  2. KARIKARO -Witch's forbidden book-
  3. LAPONETTO -Witch's forbidden book-
disc02
  1. CHARLOTTA -Witch's forbidden book-
  2. FAAR -Witch's forbidden book-

竜星のヴァルニール 特製サウンドトラックCD

  1. Varnir Theme
  2. With Monsters
  3. Witches' Meal
  4. End Madness
  5. Take Over Star
  6. 魔女のネグラ
  7. ヴァーネリア
  8. 裁きの森
  9. 魔女工房
  10. 星の神殿
  11. 呪縛の荒野
  12. カルネヴァーレ

TVアニメ「こみっくがーるず」 BONUS CD Vol.4

  1. Memories -恋塚小夢ver.-
  2. 涙はみせない -恋塚小夢ver.-

TVアニメ「こみっくがーるず」 BONUS CD Vol.3

  1. オーディオドラマ『ネコカフェなら最強です!』

TVアニメ「こみっくがーるず」 BONUS CD Vol.2

  1. Memories -色川琉姫ver.-
  2. 涙はみせない -色川琉姫ver.-

TVアニメ「こみっくがーるず」 BONUS CD Vol.1

  1. Memories -萌田薫子ver.-
  2. 涙はみせない -萌田薫子ver.-

TVアニメ「三ツ星カラーズ」 キャスト座談会CD 2

TVアニメ「三ツ星カラーズ」 キャスト座談会CD 1

TVアニメ「こみっくがーるず」 オープニングテーマ「Memories」&エンディングテーマ「涙はみせない」 【初回生産限定盤】

  1. Memories
  2. 涙はみせない
  3. Memories (Instrumental)
  4. 涙はみせない (Instrumental)

TVアニメ「三ツ星カラーズ」エンディングテーマシングル ミラクルカラーズ☆本日も異常ナシ! 【初回限定盤】

  1. ミラクルカラーズ☆本日も異常ナシ!
  2. カラフルデイズ
  3. カラフルデイズ (結衣ver.)
  4. カラフルデイズ (さっちゃんver.)
  5. カラフルデイズ (琴葉ver.)
  6. ミラクルカラーズ☆本日も異常ナシ! (Instrumental)
  7. カラフルデイズ (Instrumental)
  8. キャストメッセージ

TVアニメ「三ツ星カラーズ」オープニングテーマシングル カラーズぱわーにおまかせろ! 【初回限定盤】

  1. カラーズぱわーにおまかせろ!
  2. 上野☆ダイヤモンド
  3. 上野☆ダイヤモンド (結衣ver.)
  4. 上野☆ダイヤモンド (さっちゃんver.)
  5. 上野☆ダイヤモンド (琴葉ver.)
  6. カラーズぱわーにおまかせろ! (Instrumental)
  7. 上野☆ダイヤモンド (Instrumental)
  8. キャストメッセージ

TVアニメ「三ツ星カラーズ」キャラクターソングシリーズ03 琴葉

  1. 1st Stage クリヤー☆
  2. セカイセイフクのススメ
  3. カラーズぱわーにおまかせろ! (琴葉ver.)
  4. ミラクルカラーズ☆本日も異常ナシ! (琴葉ver.)
  5. 1st Stage クリヤー☆ (Instrumental)
  6. セカイセイフクのススメ (Instrumental)

TVアニメ「三ツ星カラーズ」キャラクターソングシリーズ02 さっちゃん

  1. ゆけゆけ!おひさまガール!
  2. 最強強無敵アイドルさっちゃんあらわる
  3. カラーズぱわーにおまかせろ! (さっちゃんver.)
  4. ミラクルカラーズ☆本日も異常ナシ! (さっちゃんver.)
  5. ゆけゆけ!おひさまガール! (Instrumental)
  6. 最強無敵アイドルさっちゃんあらわる (Instrumental)

TVアニメ「三ツ星カラーズ」キャラクターソングシリーズ01 結衣

  1. わたしのCOLOR(S)
  2. Happy★Pandemic
  3. カラーズぱわーにおまかせろ! (結衣ver.)
  4. ミラクルカラーズ☆本日も異常ナシ! (結衣ver.)
  5. わたしのCOLOR(S) (Instrumental)
  6. Happy★Pandemic (Instrumental)

ドラマCD「シャイニング・レゾナンス リフレイン 竜奏騎士の日々」

DISC 1
  1. 想い思いのデュエット
  2. 夢を追うものたち
  3. 夜宴の皇女
DISC 2
  1. クッキングバトルロイヤル in うみねこ亭

シャイニング・レゾナンス リフレイン 主題歌CD「永遠色のアリア」

  1. 永遠色のアリア
  2. 永遠色のアリア ~with キリカ・トワ・アルマ~
  3. 永遠色のアリア ~with ソニア・ブランシュ~
  4. 永遠色のアリア ~Original Karaoke~
  5. 永遠色のアリア ~Instrumental~

Death end re;Quest オリジナルサウンドトラックCD

  1. Hollow Crown
  2. 未知ノ箱舟
  3. 偽リノ都市
  4. 電子妖精ノ夢
  5. 深海ノ国ノアリス
  6. Inferno
  7. 崩壊、オデュッセイア
  8. 世界ガ終ッタ日
  9. 現実ヘノ果テシナイ旅
  10. 肉ヲ斬ラセテ骨ヲ絶テ
  11. Phantom Judge
  12. Dead End Syndrome
  13. 帰ルベキ世界
  14. Genocide noise
  15. Suicidal Sound
  16. 集積回路ノ浸食
  17. 虛構ノ住民
  18. 仮想現実日和
  19. Enigmal init
  20. 心ノ境界線
  21. 幸セノ違和感
  22. Alt Silence
  23. 現実ノ歪ミ
  24. Game Over
Credits for rips with this background color go to Illusionbreaker. Main difference is in scans which are in lower quality.

TVアニメ「三ツ星カラーズ」 オリジナルサウンドトラックCD 1DDL

TVアニメ「ゆるキャン△」 オープニングテーマ SHINY DAYSDDL HiRes

TVアニメ「りゅうおうのおしごと!」 オープニングテーマ コレカラDDL HiRes

TVアニメ「エロマンガ先生」 オープニングテーマ ヒトリゴト 【期間生産限定盤】DDL

TVアニメ「エロマンガ先生」 オープニングテーマ ヒトリゴト 【初回生産限定盤】DDL

BLUE REFLECTION 幻に舞う少女の剣 オフィシャルサウンドトラックDDL

MOON PRIDE 【ももクロ盤】DDL

MOON PRIDE 【セーラームーン盤】DDL

四女神オンライン CYBER DIMENSION NEPTUNE ロイヤルエディション特典DDL

フィリスのアトリエ ~不思議な旅の錬金術士~ レアトラックスCDDDL

フィリスのアトリエ ~不思議な旅の錬金術士~ オリジナルサウンドトラックDDL

フィリスのアトリエ ~不思議な旅の錬金術士~ ボーカルアルバムDDL

ソフィーのアトリエ ~不思議な本の錬金術士~ オリジナルサウンドトラックDDL

ソフィーのアトリエ ~不思議な本の錬金術士~ サウンドアーカイブスDDL DDL (よるのないくに&ソフィーのアトリエ スペシャルキャンペーン)

ソフィーのアトリエ ~不思議な本の錬金術士~ ボーカルアルバム PLACHTADDL

Never ever 【初回生産限定盤 Type-C フェアリーテイル盤】01 - Never ever (TJO & YUSUKE from BLU-SWING Remix) 02 - Never ever (Original mix) 03 - Never ever (Royal Mirrorball vs MODEWARP Main mix) DDL

PS4 Game "Fairy Fencer F: ADVENT DARK FORCE" [Limited Edition] The Seven Wonders of Fairy High disc
PS4ソフト「フェアリーフェンサーエフ ADVENT DARK FORCE」 【リミテッドエディション】 妖聖高校の七不思議DDL

Yoru no Nai Kuni Official Soundtrack cover
よるのないくに オフィシャルサウンドトラックDDL

Must-Buy "Ranma ½" Anime Theme Song & Character Song Huge Collection
決定盤「らんま1/2」 アニメ主題歌&キャラソン大全集DDL

PS4 Game "Shinjigen Game Neptune VⅡ" Dream Edition DG-ROM cover
PS4専用ソフト「新次元ゲイム ネプテューヌVⅡ」 ドリームエディションDG-ROMDDL

PS4 Game "Shinjigen Game Neptune VⅡ" OP Theme: Soutaisei VISION [First Press DVD Edition] cover
PS4専用ソフト「新次元ゲイム ネプテューヌVⅡ」 OPテーマ 相対性VISION 【初回生産DVD付盤】01 - 相対性VISION 02 - 平衡SPECTRUM 03 - 相対性VISION (off vocal) 04 - 平衡SPECTRUM (off vocal) DDL (CD+DVD) DDL (HiRes version)

Tales of Zestiria: Original Soundtrack [First Press Limited Edition] cover
テイルズ オブ ゼスティリア オリジナル サウンドトラック 【初回生産限定盤】Track list too long to post. DDL

PS4 Software "Omega Quintet" [Limited Edition] Bonus cover
PS4ソフト「オメガクインテット」 【限定版】 特典CD メインキャスト総出演ドラマCD01 - 04 PS4ソフト「オメガクインテット」 【限定版】 秘蔵メイキングDVD 01 - 我が手の先に 02 - Hard boiled wonderland 03 - A light skip 04 - Tense atmosphere 05 - Micromatic sensor 06 - Breaths fighter 07 - Mighty presence 08 - The Scene From A Mountain~Whisper~ 09 - Institution Site 10 - Treasure Cave~Echo~ 11 - Underground Center 12 - Face The Ancient Civilization~The Sky~ 13 - Omega's Blues 14 - Thoughtful Night~Them~ 15 - Boost My Feeling 16 - An Unexpected Occurrence Happened 17 - Refresh~OurTales~ 18 - Flame Of Revenge 19 - The Betrayed Heart~Platinum~ 20 - Teens's Dance 21 - The Drop Of Sadness 22 - Opened My Eyes~City Life~ DDL

PS4 Software "Omega Quintet" Preorder Bonus: Original Soundtrack CD cover
PS4ソフト「オメガクインテット」 予約特典 オリジナルサウンドトラックCD01 - 旅立ちのカナデ 02 - 閉ざされた森 03 - 遠い記憶 04 - ひだまりのメロディ 05 - この戦いに祝福の歌を 06 - Ciyy scape 07 - 湾岸プラント 08 - Funny papers 09 - Industrial enigma 10 - Concetrate our attention 11 - Legend of sword 12 - OMEGA QUINTET~Violet~ 13 - The Beginning Of An Adventure~Sunrise~ 14 - Along The Seashore~Afternoon~ 15 - A Lively Mind~GUI~ 16 - Peaceful Mind~Lover~ 17 - Lonely World~Emotion~ 18 - As Far As The Eye Can See~New Horizon~ 19 - Woke Up From Thousand Years Of Sleep~Evil~ 20 - Warrior Of Ice~Brave~ 21 - Lord Of Immortals~Hunt~ DDL

TV Anime "Mikakunin de Shinkoukei" Opening Theme: Tomadoi→Recipe cover
TVアニメ「未確認で進行形」 オープニングテーマ とまどい→レシピ01 - とまどい→レシピ 02 - 放課後ばけーしょん 03 - とまどい→レシピ (off vocal ver.) 04 - 放課後ばけーしょん (off vocal ver.) DDL

TV Anime "Mikakunin de Shinkoukei" Ending Theme: Masshiro World cover
TVアニメ「未確認で進行形」 エンディングテーマ まっしろわーるど01 - まっしろわーるど 02 - ぜんたい的にセンセーション 03 - まっしろわーるど (off vocal ver.) 04 - ぜんたい的にセンセーション (off vocal ver.) DDL

TV Anime "Mikakunin de Shinkoukei" Mikakunin de CharaSon 01 cover
TVアニメ「未確認で進行形」 未確認でキャラソン0101 - ほんとのきもち 02 - ラブ ♡ スペシャリテ 03 - ぜんたい的にセンセーション starring 小紅 04 - ほんとのきもち (off vocal ver.) 05 - ラブ ♡ スペシャリテ (off vocal ver.) DDL

TV Anime "Mikakunin de Shinkoukei" Mikakunin de CharaSon 02 cover
TVアニメ「未確認で進行形」 未確認でキャラソン0201 - Good ♡ Smell 02 - Eternal My Sister 03 - ぜんたい的にセンセーション starring 紅緒 04 - Good ♡ Smell (off vocal ver.) 05 - Eternal My Sister (off vocal ver.) DDL

TV Anime "Mikakunin de Shinkoukei" Mikakunin de CharaSon 03 cover
TVアニメ「未確認で進行形」 未確認でキャラソン0301 - きっちんぱとろーる 02 - ちゃおちゃお♡ドルチェ 03 - ぜんたい的にセンセーション starring 真白 04 - きっちんぱとろーる (off vocal ver.) 05 - ちゃおちゃお♡ドルチェ (off vocal ver.) DDL

ゼロの使い魔 Last Song from ZERO01 - First kiss Re-mix version 02 - キスシテ↑アゲナイ↓ 03 - ユー♡パラ ~ユーワク♡パラダイス~ 04 - 魔法果実 ~森の奥の小さなメルヘン~ 05 - 秘めましょう♡ ~トキメキ姫魔性~ 06 - 妄想キッス ~Silent Love~ 07 - ガンバレ×2 ~片想いを終わらせて~ 08 - ホント?ウソ!?ホント!!! ~恋の絶対命令~ 09 - ゴメンネ♥ 10 - スキ?キライ!?スキ!!! 11 - ホントノキモチ 12 - I'LL BE THERE FOR YOU 13 - YOU'RE THE ONE 14 - I SAY YES 15 - First kiss 16 - ゼロの使い魔 Opening theme instrumental medley DDL

Site News

Nov 01, 2017:
2017 is coming to an end and so it’s time for another update. As you’ve all seen, I haven’t released anything in a while and there are multiple reasons for that.

Games
There is not much to release anymore as neither PS4 nor Switch that I currently play on have been hacked yet. Even if they were, I doubt I’d actually hack mine. Also, there’s barely any games anymore that aren’t dual-audio to begin with and most of them also get released on PC if anyone feels like hacking them. Additionally, I haven’t bought nor downloaded any non-Japanese releases for a long time now so I don’t even have interest in messing with them anymore.

Subtitled Blu-rays
As with games, I’m also slowly shifting my viewing habits away from subtitled anime. While my Japanese is far from being able to completely allow this yet, I don’t see subtitled content as something future-proof for me. The whole fansubbing scene having practically died doesn’t help.
Currently, I’d much rather focus on being “closer to the root” as in: buying and uploading Blu-ray discs while expanding my new collection. Unfortunately, this doesn’t leave much room for Hien. Blu-rays usually don’t get uploaded to public and I won’t be changing that. Whoever has interest in them has access to the sites in question anyway. I thought about encoding them and uploading raw releases but I’d rather leave that to people who actually care about re-encoded content.
CDs that come with Blu-rays I buy will be posted here but otherwise I see no point in even mentioning what I buy as none of the content will appear here anyway.

CDs
Now this is something I’ll be continuing as usual. There are multiple CDs that’ve been waiting almost half a year to get uploaded. What made this difficult is me moving and after finally buying a scanner rethinking the way I scan content. After finally deciding on a new workflow a few days ago (there’s going to be a blog post about it a bit later) I’ll be slowly starting back up with CD uploads. If anyone saw my uploads in the previous few months on a certain other site, they noticed how inconsistent they were which was the reason I didn’t put up anything here.

As for the site itself, there’s been a lot of rather negative changes. Changing the server setup multiple times resulted in a rather slow website experience on a complicated setup that currently doesn’t offer any advantage anymore. I’ll be adjusting things yet another time in the next few months that should bring the website back to 2016 speeds

Feb 02, 2016:
Time for another update: PHP got updated to version 7 a while ago and some useless JavaScript got removed. Also, the brotli compression format got enabled on the back-end server which might or might not speed up transfer to CloudFlare. They’re still experimenting with brotli, so you won’t see any such responses yet. Never mind, the current version seems to corrupt files bigger than 500 KB or so. Additionally, CloudFlare enabled HTTP/2 support for everyone so the whole request chain should be in HTTP/2 by now. As always, page speed should be increased since the last update so enjoy your stay.

Oct 26, 2015:
It’s been over 1 year since the last update so I thought I’d make a new one.
By now, the site is reachable over both IPv4 and IPv6 though v6 occasionally breaks. Blame my host and pfSense which unfortunately breaks tons of stuff randomly. The server also got moved to a more powerful machine although nobody’s going to notice any difference since the old one was way more powerful than a simple site like this needs anyway. The back-end also runs with (partial) HTTP/2 support by now, but CloudFlare is still testing things on their side so SPDY 3.1 is all you’re going to get for now.
What else…? Some security got tuned, some tuning disabled, some caching enabled. Stuff that nobody except me cares about. And that’s about it. Enjoy your stay.

Oct 17, 2014:
Screenshot SSL issue solved by removing all screenshots! They weren’t completely lossless anyway so who cares. Also, new full-width theme.

Oct 12, 2014:
I added some security measures which I’ll be tuning in the next few days. If anyone encounters 503 errors, leave a comment.

Oct 11, 2014:
I just found out CloudFlare added SSL support for free users and so I enabled (and forced) it for Hien. This also means Hien’s dropping support for Internet Explorer 8, Firefox 1 and other similarly old browsers which don’t support elliptic curve cryptography.
The “mixed content” warning in some browsers is caused by the way I embed screenshots. All other traffic gets fully encrypted between you and CloudFlare and between them and Hien’s server now. I’ll think of something about the screenshots soon.
Update your bookmarks if you don’t want useless redirect requests.

Jul 23, 2014:
.moe logo
Hien has finally moved to my own domain and is now available under https://hien.adorably.moe/. Please update your bookmarks.

Japan Trip 2017

Another year, another trip, this time with Lann094 from Oyatsu, Kantai and who knows where else and sm2345 again. I hope I can keep up those trips in the future too.

The flight was around 50% more expensive because of cherry blossom season and the accommodations were more expensive as well despite us using Airbnb. My transfer this time around was at Charles de Gaulle at Paris which was definitely a less pleasuring experience (especially terminal G on my way back which was a tiny waiting room with tons of people and only one overpriced shop) compared to Amsterdam. I also got to try out Japan Airlines which was a more relaxing experience than KLM but didn’t seem as well coordinated as I for example had to make sure my suitcase finds its way back to Germany by myself.

Arrival was a Haneda Airport this time which can be nice as it’s closer to Tokyo but doesn’t have to be considering fitting in a suitcase in rush hours is pretty much impossible there. Fortunately, my departure at rush hours was from Narita once again. The trip consisted of Tokyo, Osaka and their surroundings once more.
I’ll keep it short as I didn’t even have a proper camera on me.


Current state of Akihabara, Tokyo.


Illustration Exhibition Commemorating the Finale of the “Zero no Tsukaima” Series at Tokyo Anime Center in Akihabara, Tokyo.


Oyatsu fansubbing meetup with a few minutes of progress on Luck & Logic 09!


Cherry blossom viewing at Tsutsujigaoka Park in Sendai.


Sightseeing at Aoba Castle in Sendai.


A stage in Kotodai Park in Sendai visited by a certain bear-meeting shrine maiden.


KyoAni’s studio that I apparently missed last time despite it being close to their shop in Kyoto.


Sightseeing at Tofuku Temple in Kyoto.


Sightseeing at Kinkaku Temple in Kyoto.


Sightseeing at Grand Sumiyoshi Shrine in Osaka.


Sightseeing at Sumiyoshi Park in Osaka.


Looking down at Osaka from Umeda Sky Building.


Current state of Den-Den Town in Osaka. Unfortunately, I didn’t find anything to buy there just like last time.


Interior of the mansion of a certain mage involved at the Holy Grail War (Uroko House, Kobe).


Exterior of the same mansion that I unfortunately didn’t remember at all (Kazamidori Mansion, Kobe).


A bridge of choices for a certain Hero of Justice as well as the battlefield for a certain little girl’s spin-off (Bridge and Northern Park of Port Island, Kobe).


Kawasaki’s museum by the name of “Kawasaki Good Time World” of all their accomplishments in Kobe.


IDOLM@STER Akihabara J@CK Café at AniON Station in Nagoya. Unfortunately of Million Live which I know nothing about.


Nagoya City Science Museum with some interesting stuff here and there although mostly targeted at children.


fhána’s Looking for the World Atlas Tour 2017 concert. I wasn’t sure whether taking pictures was allowed so I was only able to take a terrible, stealthy one.


Cherry blossom viewing at Fujiyoshida. Pretty sure there is not a single person out there interested in Japan who hasn’t seen a picture from this spot yet.


Cherry blossom… or probably just sightseeing at the lake of Kawaguchiko.


My tatami mat room in our third accomodation back in Asakusa, Tokyo.


Snacks bought at this trip. The KitKats aren’t for me, though.


Souvenirs but mostly goods bought at this trip including:
– Cinderella Dekoration and fhána’s concert towels
– a GochiUsa bag
– an original Kantoku and a NonNon wall scroll
– barely visible Kanako (Im@s), Hifumi (New Game), Kanno (Brave Witches) and Satania (Gabriel DropOut) ballpoint pens
– two LN volumes of Eromanga-sensei that came out since my last trip, the new BokuMachi after story and a book that’s hidden by reflections for good reason
– way too many mugs and cups (Illya, Anzu, Karen, Kirino, Rem, Im@s, Pop in Q)
– a Sorey key strap not for myself
– tea and seasoning souvenirs
– a Chino fork and spoon
– Haruka (Im@s, not on picture) and MaiDragon bookmarks
– Ram IC card holder
– PSN cards

We also watched multiple movies:
– SAO: I didn’t expect much but it was really touching at the end although you still get the usual “Why didn’t they just…?” moments.
– Hirune-hime: I could’ve expected a lot of different settings but not one like this. As expected of Japan. Definitely a recommendation, the less you read about it the better.
– Pop in Q: For a second I was worried we’d be in a room full of little girls but obviously it was just grown men. A nice, cute movie with bad CG as usual with Toei.
– Kimi no Na wa: Watched this one alone as the last thing on the trip. Great animation, touching story but definitely too over-hyped at this point.
Wish I could’ve seen Koe no Katachi as well but unfortunately that already stopped showing in all nearby cinemas.

And this marks the end of another trip. Now back to work…

Houkago no Pleiades 1-12 + Extras (Complete)

Houkago no Pleiades title image

Video: Blu-ray 1920x1080p24 H.264 (10-bit)
Audio: Blu-ray 2.0 AAC
Audio Commentary (untranslated)
Chapters
Subtitles: modified CR
– added song TL
– added proper TS
– minor timing / script tweaks

Base Script: CR
Raw Provider: dennis1011 (TSDM)
Remaining TL / TS / Encoder / Modifications: Majin3

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And finally this one is done. Most files got updated for batch to either fix the 3 broken fonts after KB3164033 on Windows or other issues (consistency in early episodes, a few wrong titles, a video issue in 02 etc.). As usual, no v2 tags so take a look at the CRCs.

Tales of Berseria: Special Pre-Order Bonuses

Tales of Berseria: Special Preorder Bonus Collection

So I just received my copy and since I went out of my way to get the 7net version with all Tales Channel PLUS bonuses, here they are.

Contents:
Special Dramatic Chat: Melon Gummi
Special Behind-the-Scenes Talk by the Voice Cast

  • Tales of Berseria Meeting
  • Actor Interview: Rina Satou (Velvet)
  • Actor Interview: Azumi Asakura (Laphicet)
  • Actor Interview: Daisuke Kishio (Rokurou)
  • Actor Interview: Satomi Satou (Magilou)
  • Actor Interview: Toshiyuki Morikawa (Eizen)
  • Actor Interview: Ami Koshimizu (Eleanor)
  • Actor Interview: Nao Nagasawa (Bienfu)

You can listen to 3 BGM songs of “Tales of Berseria”! Sound Data

  • Theme of Velvet
  • Beyond the earth
  • The awakened soul within the sky

Exclusive ufotable Deluxe Wallpaper

  • 1024×768
  • 1280×1024
  • 1920×1080
  • 1920×1200

7-Eleven / 7net Shopping Special Dramatic Chat

All files are untouched (videos ripped by circumventing Adobe HDS) and were originally not accessible outside Japan. No subtitles.

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A Trip to Japan (Completed: Day 13 of 14)

It’s actual real-life blogging time for once! I’m going to put up some info and images from my first trip to Japan up to the end of May. I won’t be writing page-long articles describing every detail and in what way to visit what. There are plenty of those and they aren’t my domain anyway.

The flight went through Amsterdam and costed about $560. Couldn’t see anything of the city but I wasn’t really interested in that anyway. We arrived at Narita International Airport. Our place to stay was close to the Nishi-Kawaguchi station in Saitama which is pretty close to Tokyo. The hotel or rather apartment Weekly Nishi-Kawaguchi costed about $xxx for 2 people for 2 weeks. That is quite a bit cheaper than than most hotels in Tokyo and you get the full advantages but also duties of a private apartment.

Day 1
The first day consisted of checking out the hotel surroundings as well as visiting Sunshine City in Ikebukuro. The primary target in Sunshine City was Pokémon Center which turned out to be rather difficult to find.

There wasn’t too much else interesting there. Just a bunch of shops and restaurants. Also some English guy with a really annoying voice doing a Japanese concert.

Second day was all about Shinjuku.

First sightseeing spot was Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden which turned out to be pretty interesting and had a few nice spots although I didn’t manage to arrive at cherry-blossom season. The botanical garden wasn’t that interesting but oh well…

The second spot was Meiji Jingu, a rather huge shrine you unfortunately can’t see all of because of visitor restrictions. There was a ceremony going on you weren’t allowed to record. I also got a fortune telling I still have to translate because that one wasn’t available in English.

Exiting the shrine we went to Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building by subway followed by a really long path underground. It felt pretty weird being treated as some sort of VIP when using the elevator even though you didn’t pay anything. There were some random shops upstairs complementing the nice view from the observation deck.

We walked back from the building and kept looking at the busy streets and all kinds of businesses.

The goal was to eat at ufotable Dining which unfortunately turned out to be full. So we decided to kill even more time by going through the streets and eat somewhere else. We visited another shrine we found and finally played some Tekken and Dragon Ball at Shinjuku Playland Carnival.

The day ended with a visit of the Boku Dake ga Inai Machi movie in Shinjuku Piccadilly. It was one of the last showings and turned out to be pretty good, though you probably would be missing some rather important background information if you only watched the movie. The ending was completely different from the anime and while not perfect, quite a bit better.

Lessons learned so far:
1. Entering a train / subway station using the wrong gate means you won’t be able to take your train and won’t be able to exit to use a different gate either. Same applies if you remember you forgot something after you just checked in. Double check if you’re entering using the correct company’s gate and if you got everything you need or you’re going to have to ask staff for help.

Day 3

Spot 1: Ueno Zoo

Arriving at Ueno station there is a zoo… Like every other zoo out there. Really nothing special. There were tons of panda goods and we bought a box of sweets containing candy, cookies and some other stuff.

There were also owls.

I ate some shaved ice and we went to spot 2: Ueno Park
I actually can’t comment on the whole park as we seem to have missed quite a big part of it. Anyway, there were lots of shrines and temples of different sizes…

…as well as street performers.

We continued walking through the busy streets and finally reached spot 3: The University of Tokyo
Nothing too special… I guess.

The main entrance didn’t look too bad but that was about it…

…so we continued to spot 4: Koishikawa Korakuen Garden
We had to rush through it because of the closing time and also almost got lost. The contents weren’t as interesting as Shinjuku’s garden but some spots were quite pretty.

The final spot for that day was: Tokyo Dome City
It turned out to be a lot bigger than we expected. There are multiple event halls, tons of shops…

…restaurants as well as some attractions and other stuff. We bought some snacks and rode the Ferris wheel to take pictures and listen to the beautiful AKB48 songs it offered.

There was also a water show. We wanted to take a look at some more stuff after eating but most stores were already closed by then.

Day 4

The first spot of the day was Kappabashi Dougu Street.
The contents of its shops are mainly aimed at other shops: artificial food, signs, kitchen utensils, decoration and so on, but that also made it interesting. There were a lot of weird signs and tons of places to buy souvenirs. I don’t have any representing picture, though. Just one of some figures found in one of the shops.

After walking down the street and back, we went back to the Asakusa station to find spot 2: Asakusa Nakamise.
It was very crowded and full of tourists and shops for them.

Again, a lot of places to buy souvenirs as well as a shrine on the way to the main shrine of Asakusa.

The shrine was huge and extremely crowded as well. It seems to be a main tourist spot. No surprise, I guess. An interesting view although nothing special I can say about it besides it being huge.
The next target was a bit farther away: Imado Shrine.
The shrine’s theme are cats which are everywhere. No real ones, though.

There was also a TV running with a music video of little girls dancing to a catchy song. I couldn’t resist and bought a small cat figure.
After going back a bit we entered the next destination which we already found on the way to the shrine: Cat cafe Asakusa-Nekoen.
It’s a cat cafe with only stray cats which means donating for a good cause. You’re also free to adapt any of the cats! After coming in, you have to disinfect your hands and have your starting time registered. After that, you’re free to play with the cats, buy food for them or drinks for yourself.

The cats didn’t really care about anyone without food and mostly avoided people. The room was also really small with a lot of people inside. It was a peculiar experience and for a good cause but that’s about it.
Going over a bridge the next stop was already in front of us: Tokyo Skytree.
It’s a gigantic tower with a shopping and restaurant complex called Tokyo Solamachi inside.

Actually going to the top is pretty expensive and even more so if you’re unsatisfied with floor 350 and want up to 450. I thought the view from 350 was amazing enough already and didn’t go up any further.

There is an even pricier fast lane to get tickets to the upper floors in case you are a tourist. We used the normal lane after eating and waiting until 1 hour before closing time which resulted in a waiting time of 0 instead of 1 hour even when using the normal lane.

Day 5

A day for Akihabara or just Akiba! The leader of Oyatsu accompanied and showed us some stuff on this trip so a thanks to him.
Akiba isn’t that huge but there are tons of things to do for weeaboos.
We arrived at Akihabara station quite late thinking we could even visit Tokyo station afterwards considering Akiba is small. That didn’t work out too well. I also couldn’t take too many pictures because doing that is not allowed in most shops.
After going the wrong way at first, we found a Yodobashi and went inside. There is a seemingly endless amount of electronics, games and similar stuff inside.

We spent a lot of time at the game section and continued onto the main street which was in its full glory as on every Sunday.

After looking around a bit we decided to eat. And where would that be if not in a Maid Cafe? Well, actually finding the determination wasn’t that easy but I’m glad we did. The “Cafe and Bar of Time Magic: Chronos Gate” is a Maid Cafe with an RPG theme. You login, spend MP and logout at the very end. It wasn’t nearly as awkward as I feared it to be. The maids were nice and the food was good. A great place if you want to visit a themed and probably because of that a maid cafe without any embarrassing moe-moe-kyun casts onto your meal.

After that, we went into some anime / manga stores. I don’t even remember all their names: Sofmap, animate, Tora no Ana, K-BOOKS and so on. Some contain other smaller shops and multiple of them had like 6 floors. Want some BD box? Go check floor W of store X. Didn’t find it? No problem, there’s floor Y of store Z and so on. I’m quite sure you can eventually find everything you can imagine if you just search long enough.

Doujin…

…artist art…

…18+ stuff?

No problem. By the way, what’s worse than going through the 18+ section? Actually recognizing titles there.
We skipped some floors and even shops because we just didn’t manage until night. To be fair, there are a lot of overlapping articles in the different stores as well. There are also arcades we didn’t manage to do much inside either.
Also Love Live!… Everywhere… Terrible.
The main street re-opened for cars in the evening but the shops didn’t close until much later.

Once evening arrived we tried to remember what we might’ve missed and visited two additional places. First was the Tales of Shop which was unfortunately pretty small and aimed mostly at girls.

And second was the Kanda Shrine close by which was also full of Love Live!

We have yet another day or at least part of it planned for Akihabara so that’s not it yet. At the very least the at that time closed Tokyo Anime Center is still on our to-visit list.

Day 6

The first time far outside Tokyo: Kyoto!
We activated our JR Passes on that day and instantly used up its price worth by taking the Shinkansen to and from Kyoto. Turns out you mustn’t board the train until shortly before departure even if it’s been standing at its first station for a while. As expected, they’re very comfortable trains that reach pretty much 300 km/h.

After arriving in Kyoto we got hit by the heat wave and changed quickly to the next train which was even more of a wind tunnel than those in Tokyo.
The first destination was: Fushimi Inari Taisha
We didn’t realize it first but it’s really huge and goes up a mountain.

The name of the famous gates say that there are 1000 of them but it seemed like even more. I gave up half way. Besides the main shrine there are tons of smaller shrines on the ways to the top and back as well.

After spending multiple hours there, we went back on the same train line and went further south. There, in the middle of (almost) nothing, was a small shop called Kyoani Shop!. As always, taking pictures wasn’t allowed but there wasn’t that much to take them of anyway. It seemed to be mostly aimed at girls and the merchandise was really expensive. I bought a Mayaka flash drive.

The next two destinations were around Arashiyama and quite far from the shop. Of course we got lost while trying to get there and ended up in a station surrounded by mountains and without any mobile signal.

Thinking we missed the correct station, we took the next train back and ended up in Saga-Arashiyama. Still wrong but oh well…

We just went to the next destination by foot: Arashiyama Monkey Park Iwatayama.
Entry does cost a bit and it took about half an hour to go up the mountain.

At some point we were greeted with monkeys just sitting and lying around…

…and a rest area a bit after that. After resting and feeding them a bit, we went back down without climbing the mountain further. It was an enjoyable experience.
We tried to find the next spot and obviously got lost again. Turns out it’s actual name is Bamboo Path and if going from the monkey park, you need to cross the river and pass through a park to reach it. The path wasn’t too spectacular except for taking pictures.

Going to the closest station we realized the last train for the day already left and so we went back to Saga-Arashiyama and back to Kyoto. It was pretty late at this point already…

…so we boarded the last Shinkansen back to Tokyo after taking a few pictures and eating.

Day 7: Random locations inside Tokyo!
Location 1: Tsukiji Market.
It’s pretty famous and there were a lot of tourists there although we didn’t go on “prime time”. The market itself was very crowded and not too interesting.

The hall was a bit more interesting with people driving in fish transportation cars.

We ate some sushi but that was meh for me as well.
Next up was Roppongi.

After arrival we instantly saw the Roppongi Hills Mori Tower and tried to go inside.

Turns out it’s not possible from the front if you want to visit the exhibitions inside, but after finding the right entrance we managed to get a ticket and went up. There we found the first exhibition: The Exhibition of Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon.

Of course, most of the visitors were girls and taking pictures was mostly not allowed. The exhibition was quite huge and had everything displayed from anime episode sketches to tricycles. At the end was a shop…

…where the only remotely useful object for me seemed to be the opening single for the first Crystal season. Oh well, bought both versions of that.
Going back through another shop, there was a Chibiusa Cafe with a huge waiting line.

We decided to skip it.
The other exhibition we were able to enter with our tickets was an art exhibition.
I’m definitely not someone who’s able to judge art, but most of it was… weird. There were some TVs stacked that were showing photos and some machine that transported bags of something up until they fell back down.

Such art.
Exiting the building we went around Roppongi a bit more but there wasn’t too much interesting stuff around so we continued to Shibuya.
To get a good view of the main crossing we decided to get a drink at Starbucks right in front of it to be able to go up to 2nd floor. It was completely full so we had to wait for a good place and we also could’ve just went up there using the escalator without paying Starbucks. Too late.
The crossing was impressive…

…but even more so the surroundings of the station. There wasn’t anything specific there but rather a huge mix of everything. People, shops, music, a great place.

Also Hachiko… and tons of Kyary Pamyu Pamyu ads.
Having spent quite a bit time there, we went to the next destination pretty late: Odaiba.
Unfortunately, the Rainbow Bridge was simply lit in white and Diver City Tokyo was mostly closed.

At least we still managed to buy some snacks and barge into some company’s party at the rooftop.
We also found two other interesting places on the ways there and back: DECKS Tokyo Beach and VenusFort. Most of the shops were, once again, already closed so we couldn’t do much.

Day 8: Spots outside Tokyo.
The first stop of the day was Machida Squirrel Garden. Took a bit to get there and I didn’t quite get how using the Suica on the buses there works exactly. Anyway, the garden wasn’t too huge but still bigger than I expected. The entrance is like a small zoo while the squirrel park is further inside. You get gloves and are able to feed them for a fee. There are tons of squirrels roaming around and feeding them can be a painful (scratches!) experience.

We got some melon candy in the shop at the exit.
Next up was Enoshima. It’s an island farther south from the garden. We obviously forgot to change trains at a certain station and had to return. You need to pass a rather huge bridge to get to the island…

…which greets you with a few busy streets and a ticket counter if you walk farther up. We bought Smart Passes since it was too late for day passes already.
Those allowed us to use the escalators to go to the top as well as visit the Samuel Cocking Garden and the Sea Candle.
We went up the escalators and took a look at the island’s shrines as well as some other buildings and gardens.

We barely managed to get to the Iwaya Caves before closing time and got tickets for that as well. It wasn’t too interesting but we also had to rush through them since we were the last ones.

Going outside, the wind got way stronger than it was before and some big waves formed.

We also saw hawks attacking people twice, but only those with ice cream.
The Samuel Cocking Garden was not too spectacular…

…but the view from the Sea Candle was nice on sunset.

Day 9:
This day was dedicated to Nikko, more or less.
We missed our Shinkansen because there was a huge line in front of our train station. Turned out trains were delayed because of an injured passenger. Staff weren’t letting people in and were giving out what I believe to be proof of why people were late. The train held for about 10 minutes on multiple stations as well.
After arriving in Nikko pretty late we went to the Nikko Toshogu Shrine by bus.
Entrance wasn’t cheap but it also wasn’t a bad view.

There were also some other shrines around but we continued to the next stop: Kanmangafuchi Abyss.
A lot of decorated monk (I think?) statues. Lost heads were replaced with simple stones and also decorated.

Not the most interesting place probably except for some balanced stones.

And that was actually it for the day. We had 3 more places planned further north but our being late made those impossible to visit as they had already closed. We only realized that after coming to Tobu World Square half an hour after it closed.
And back to Tokyo.

Day 10: Mt. Fuji
Another day, another adventure with 3 hours of sleep and terrible planning. We had hoped to go to Aokigahara and/or the safari park close to the mountain but decided on simply taking on the mountain and the city Kawaguchiko because of easier access. We went to Shinfuji by Shinkansen and took a bus to Kawaguchiko from there.

I slept through about the whole 3+ hours trip. It’s said to take a reservation for those busses but that wasn’t necessary as all of those we took at that day were pretty empty. From there we went up to the 5th Fuji station on bus as well. They’re really expensive and it took another hour.

Anyway, arriving there it was quite a bit colder and we took a look around the stores there. After buying some apparently exclusive cowberry ice cream, we found a path that went what seemed to be around the mountain. A bit further in there were no tourists around anymore but only deadly silence and fog.

Unfortunately, while the fog made for a great view, it prevented us from seeing much of the mountain.
After a while we went back…

…and took the bus back to the city.
We walked around some more there and rode the Mt. Kachi Kachi Ropeway.

There wasn’t much else to do that wasn’t too far away, so we just bought some sweets, ate and went back again after successfully climbing (a few meters of) the mountain.

Day 11 was the last day dedicated to a city outside Tokyo: Osaka.
Going by Shinkansen on the same line as to Kyoto we arrived there…

…and not to waste time instantly went to the first destination: Shitenou Temple.
You can see it from pretty far away and there were tons of tourists even on the way there.

Actually going inside obviously costs money and it’s more like a museum with an observation deck.

It kept raining from time to time and was still pretty hot. Annoying combination.
Our second stop was the Osaka Aquarium KAIYUKAN.
I’ve heard it’s one of the best in Japan and so we decided to go there. Entrance is really expensive even if you don’t take any of the boat trip or ferris wheel extras. We took the ferris wheel but left that for later and went inside.
I don’t have much of a comparison in terms of aquariums but it seemed quite huge and have a lot species even though some of them had like 5 viewing spots.

There was also a petting place and shops at the end. We continued to the ferris wheel that was included in our tickets.
It goes way further up than the observation deck we visited so it was worth it.

Our third and last stop was Den Den Town which is supposed to be similar to Akihabara. Actually, I can’t say it is. While there are electronics, anime / manga stores and similar, they are spread apart further and don’t give the same kind of feeling Akiba does. Still, you can probably find a lot of stuff there, you just need to look more carefully.
As we didn’t have much time left at this point, we just basically visited parts of the Namco Osaka Nipponbashi Shop.

It’a more an arcade than a shop but still an interesting visit.

Far more interesting, though, was the fact that we arrived about exactly for a birthday party for AmiMami. An actual event I was able to take part in even if just for half an hour because of our train back to Tokyo.
There were people sitting imside the store, wearing t-shirts of the twins or holding their figures.

I was asked to join them as well (yes, no tickets) and got a pamphlet of the event schedule. We listened to Start Star, sung Happy Birthday and those who wished held speeches. My Japanese definitely isn’t good enough for listening comprehension of real people in loud places but there was something about Ritsuko always scolding them and them playing tons of pranks yet actually doing their work properly when needed.
It was just 20 or so people sitting on the floor of an arcade but it was really amazing how something like this can actually take place. Really wish I could’ve stayed longer but we already had reservations on the last Shinkansen back to Tokyo.

Day 12: Here and there in Tokyo.
We started the day by going to Shinjuku to witness the “sacred figures” of the Hanazono Jinja Shrine being carried around town. Why? Because the Hanazono Jinja Festival was taking place. Arriving just in time to actually see the 2 figures being carried out, we followed them as they were carried down the streets.

This takes a while so we decided to come back later and watch them being carried back inside.
A festival also means food stands! I got some Okonomiyaki.

The next stop was Nakano Broadway. It’s pretty huge spanning multiple floors with tons of various shops: clothing, food, hobby and so on. There’s also a street leading to it from Nakano Station with even more shops.

We didn’t spend too much time there but there were a lot of interesting places like a “Weirdness Shop” with alien figures, weird politician dolls and who knows what else.

Continuing walking to our next destination, we walked through Tetsugakudo Park with a huge mass of people relaxing (it was a Sunday), grilling and even performing.

After relaxing ourselves for a bit, we continued and encountered the next stop after some walking: floresta, a donut shop. I don’t know what’s so special about it and I didn’t pick it as a spot to visit but anyway, I got me a Shiba Inu donut.

We continued exploring the place and finally went back a bit to the next spot we unfortunately only passed on the way to floresta: ufotable Cafe.

“Unfortunately” because we first had to make a reservation then come back 40 minutes later. No choice so we did that and walked back to the park to kill the remaining time. After we finally entered the cafe and I got me some Collet waffles (with an art sheet of some show I don’t know. Yay?) and a Kara no Kyoukai cocktail (with a cup holder). They were both pretty good.
Obviously, no pictures were allowed inside, but there was a TV and a projector showing ufotable stuff as well as a lot of sketches and also merchandise for sale. I got an Illya cup when exiting! The Rin one actually looked better but can’t pass up on Illya and it was also the last one.
As we still had time left, we just went to Tokyo station which actually wasn’t in our plans anywhere. The station itself is gigantic with probably a hundred shops. Shoes? Check. Kit Kat Store? Check. Convenience stores? Check.

But once you leave the station, it’s a different matter. Lots and lots of high buildings but barely any place to visit and almost no people in sight.

Once 7 pm drew closer, we went back to Shinjuku and watched the shrine figures being carried back inside.

All the stands were open and some even already closed at this point and I got some candy apple and a ramune.

Day 13:
The final day: More Shibuya and Akihabara.
Visiting Shibuya in the morning at rain wasn’t nearly as amazing as the first time. A lot of stores still had closed and there were way less people around. I had used up all my money and had to withdraw some.

We walked around and at some point came to Harajuku station by chance. Instead of using the subway like last time, we continued walking around and found a few busy streets with some interesting candy shops, another floresta and more.

As noon approached, we left for Akihabara which again was less impressive on a Monday and with / shortly after a rain shower.

Nevertheless, we visited a few new and old shops and got us some key straps (both as a “lottery” and some resold ones). I also spent all my remaining money as well as a ton of my credit card limit on a Vita, Neptune U, tons of PSN credit and a memory card. Yay for tax-free and 5% credit card discount.

THE IDOLM@STER ONE FOR ALL Complete Catalog Set

THE IDOLM@STER ONE FOR ALL DLC title image

It’s been a long ride but it’s over now. It wasn’t over after all. v2 batch to (once again) fix missing EX Episodes:

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Only the unlock file changed, no v2 tag.
Make sure you install the update 1.07 as well.

Catalog contents (descending from 14 to 1):
Idols: Special Guests – Uzuki Shimamura, Rin Shibuya, Mio Honda (Onegai! Cinderella)
Songs: THE IDOLM@STER 2nd-mix, Omoide o Arigatou, Agent Yoru o Yuku, 9:02pm

Idols: Special Guests – Uzuki Shimamura, Rin Shibuya, Mio Honda (Star!!)
Songs: shiny smile, Ai LIKE Hamburger, SMOKY THRILL, Honey Heartbeat

Idol: Special Guest – Kaede Takagaki (Koikaze)
Outfits: Symphony No. 765, Splendor Soirée
Song: MUSIC♪
Accessories: Astell Earrings, Trois Star Brooch, Blue Comet Chain, Star Drop Anklet, Wild Cat Ears, Wild Cat Tail, Fluffy Wristband, Stuffed Mouse
Other: 20000 Money #12, 40000 Money #12

Idol: Special Guest – Mio Honda (Mitsuboshi ☆☆★)
Outfit: Old Modern Blossom
Song: Good-Byes
Accessories: Retro Girl’s Beret, Retro School Bag, Clock on Memories, Tricolor Ankle, Fairy’s Pointy Ears, Fairy’s Enchanted Wings, Fairy’s Magical Wand, Fairy’s Magical Shoes
Other: 20000 Money #11, 40000 Money #11

Idol: Special Guest – Rin Shibuya (Never say never)
Outfits: Refrain Romance, Knight on Stage
Song: edeN
Accessories: Blue Rose Headdress, Blue Rose Brooch, Icy Bracelet, Icy Anklet, Monster Bolt, Swaying Ghost, Ribbit Puppet, Pumpkin Garter
Other: 20000 Money #10, 40000 Money #10

Idol: Special Guest – Uzuki Shimamura (S(mile)ING!)
Outfits: Dreaming⌒Iris, Fluffy Girl Pajamas, Newcomer Sunrise
Songs: We Have A Dream
Accessories: Cutie Hair Turban, Stuffed Kumatomo, Heart Wrapping Ring, Pure Time Slippers, Star Earrings, Star Brooch, Star Bracelet, Star Anklet
Other: 20000 Money #9, 40000 Money #9

Scenario: EX Episode 3 – ALL FOR…
Idol: Special Guest – Tsubasa Ibuki (Koi no Lesson Shokyuu-hen)
Outfits: Dancing Belly Reverie, Nordic Highness, Dressy Alice, Pleiades M45, Jade Stardust, Interstellar Flyer, Visitor from Space, Next Orbiter, Pastel Milky Way
Songs: Visionary, Little Match Girl
Accessories: Ruby Head Tikka, Lotus Brooch, Gold Bird Bracelet, Gold Anklet, Cow Ears, Cow Tail, Cow Hooves, Cow Feet
Other: 20000 Money #8, 40000 Money #8

Scenario: 765PRO on the National Tour to the Future
Idol: Special Guest – Shizuka Mogami (Precious Grain)
Outfits: Wish Full of Miracles, Star Rime Serenade, Wired Marionette, Holy Night Gifter, Fancy Petunia, Happiness Lupinus, Nordic Blueberry, Lily of Glen, Creamy Raspberry, Fortune Clover, Rainy May Bells, Snaky Showgirl
Songs: Niji-iro Miracle, Shizuka na Yoru ni Negai o…, Marionette no Kokoro, Kami-sama no Birthday, relations
Accessories: Rice Ball Head, Azusa’s Marriage Necklace, Teddy Speaker, 765PRO Office Slippers, Santa Hat, Exciting Gift, Noel Arm Band, Ankle Illuminator
Other: 20000 Money #7, 40000 Money #7

Scenario: EX Episode 2 – Best Brilliance (Trusty Fortune, Dream 2 Stars, Jump 2 Stars, Glass Hyde Heart, Allo Selene, Istorija Svet, Sonic Citrush, Empress Charm, Fantasia Sol, Genial Sincerity, Teary Fulgens, Unrivaled Piercer, Emuto Ambition)
Idol: Special Guest – Mirai Kasuga (Suteki na Kiseki)
Outfits: Stella Guard BDU, Wonder Marine Voyage, Windmill Lantana, School Girl Wear, Halloween Tricker, My Baby’s Breath, Lakeside Pansy, Monochrome Cowgirl, Twinkle Spangles
Songs: Fate of the World, Mata ne, Kimi wa Melody, Mahou o Kakete!
Accessories: Red Hexa Glasses, Order Medal Brooch, Heart Bind Rings, Emblem Light Garter, Angel Tricorne, Sunlight Compass, Captain’s Hook, Rudder & Scarf, Whirlpool @ Face Pack, Kikuchi Racing Flag, Angel Bangle, Sticking Hamzou
Other: 20000 Money #6, 40000 Money #6

Scenario: 765PRO on the Road to the Queens of School Festivals
Idols: Special Guest – Kana Yabuki (Original Koe ni Natte), Special Guest – Nao Yokoyama (Happy☆Lucky☆Jet Machine)
Outfits: Relish Autumn, Lady Grisaille, Pastel Bikini, My Dear Vampire, Starlight Agent, Saint Iris, Twilight Safari, Jungle Survivor, Sky Puzzler, Baby Blue Jaguar, Desert Traveler, Horoscope Caster
Songs: Thank You!, 99 Nights, Kyun! Vampire Girl, L.O.B.M., my song
Accessories: Monochrome Blossom, 2-toned Ribbon, High Lace Bracelet, Ribbon Ankle Zebra, Vampire Mouthpiece, Vampire Heart, Bloody Nails, Flying Bats
Other: 20000 Money #5, 40000 Money #5

Scenario: EX Episode 1 – New Song
Idol: Special Guest – Anzu Futaba (Anzu no Uta)
Outfits: Summer Grace Dress, Shiny Rock Star, Meteor Light Shower, Forever Star ☆☆☆, Prima Concerto ♪, Punkish Gothic, Windy Cherries
Songs: Vault That Borderline!, Watashi-tachi wa Zutto… Deshou?, Watashi wa Idol ♡, I Want
Accessories: Ribbon & Straw Hat, Marguerite Choker, Summer-colored Nails, Marguerite Anklet, Another Ritsu’s Glasses, 765PRO Labarum, Haruka’s Cooking Utensils, Bunny Slippers
Other: 20000 Money #4, 40000 Money #4

Scenario: 765PRO, to the Island of Everlasting Summer
Idol: Special Guest – Dearly Stars (HELLO!!)
Outfits: Sea Bloom Curtain, Abyssal Majesty, 765 Color Glitter, Sailor Swimsuit, Princess Melody ♪, 765 Campus Jersey, Burning Performer, Cyber Star Ship
Songs: Ramune-iro Seishun, Machiuke Prince, Kami SUMMER!!, Nanairo Button, Positive!
Accessories: Shellwork Earrings, Moon & Star Chain, Tear Drop Ring, Aqua Flow Garter, Hagiwara Helmet, Blue Bird Wings, Wishing Star Stick, Clinging AmiMami, Snorkel, Dolphin Balloon, 2 Scoops Ice Cream, Diving Fins
Other: 20000 Money #3, 40000 Money #3

Idol: Special Guest – Serika Hakozaki (Tokimeki no Onpu ni Natte)
Outfits: Teatime Happiness, Summer Breeze Colors, Noble Chic Rhombus, Ion Tail Image, Beyond The Stars, Corduroy Country, Violet Lightning, Puzzle Del Sol
Songs: Kimi * Channel, MEGARE!, Overmaster
Accessories: Marble To Heart, Lovely Sweet Patch, Candy Pop Band, Candy Mellow Ring
Other: 20000 Money #2, 40000 Money #2

Idol: Special Guest – Ranko Kanzaki (Hana Tsubomi Yume Miru Kyoushikyoku ~Tamashii no Shirube~)
Outfits: La Reine Rouge, Star Piece Memories, Sunny Jade Vine, Bikini of Siren, Flowrish Flowery
Songs: DREAM
Accessories: Ancient Rose, Nostalgic Star, Dark Rose Wristlet, Antique Garter, LAWSON AmiMami Puppet
Other: 20000 Money #1, 40000 Money #1, Mails from HARUKA EX, Mails from CHIHAYA EX, Mails from MIKI EX, Mails from IORI EX, Mails from YAYOI EX, Mails from YUKIHO EX, Mails from MAKOTO EX, Mails from RITSUKO EX, Mails from AMI EX, Mails from MAMI EX, Mails from AZUSA EX, Mails from TAKANE EX, Mails from HIBIKI EX

This time done properly and with separate money packs.

Thanks to Kenshindono and neptune.

Tales of Zestiria DLC (“Complete”)

Tales of Zestiria DLC title image

Before installing any DLC make sure you have the latest game update 1.12 applied.

Since the game has been out for months now and there’s been tons of DLC missing, I went ahead and bought most of it.
This is the complete Tales of Zestirla DLC set up to the day this post was written except:
– 7-Eleven pre-order bonus
– the following stat boosts: “Increase Max HP +1000 (2),” “Level Up +5 (3),” “Level Up +5 (4)” and “Level Up +10 (2)”
– the following snacks: “Strawberry Rice Cake Mix,” “Sponge Cake Mix,” “Rice Cracker Mix,” “Rice Dumpling Mix” and “Bean Jelly Mix”
The pre-order bonus is really hard to get and the rest… Might as well cheat. So I suppose this is going to be the final set. Enjoy!

Credits for half of this pack goes to the people at BBS.Duowan and 瘦剑道人.

0.91 fixes 1 DLC still being tied to my account. Blame the writer of the buggy R2R.exe tool.

XDCC

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Shining Resonance DLC

THE IDOLM@STER ONE FOR ALL DLC title image

Actually, I don’t think there’s any point in me continuing these. Get the latest DLC from Sunday Game
It’s not complete but probably the best out there for public.
Maybe I’ll do a complete pack once everything is out, but repackaging only those from Sunday Game is pointless.

Here’s some DLC for the PS3 game Shining Resonance (BLJM61156). I’m not sure if there’s any point in me releasing these but since I’m making them for myself I might as well…
The .pkg linked here will always contain all DLCs for the game I found so far. The individual DLC packs are from other sites and partially converted from the Chinese version of the game.
If you have some packs I don’t, please post them in the comments!
Keep in mind that you need to login into PSN to use some of it.

Vol. 1 is complete
Vol. 2 is missing all items and Sigils

Seasonal Events (Vol. 2):
– Christmas Eve Chapter

Grimoires (Vol. 1):
– Aqua Alta: Palace at the Bottom of the Sea
– Lava Road: The Scorching Ruins
– Yellow Veryl: Maze of Quicksand

Costumes (Vol. 1):
– Idol Costume: Agnum
– Idol Costume: Marion
– Idol Costume: Yuma
– Idol Costume: Kirika
– Idol Costume: Sonia
– Idol Costume: Rinna
– Swimsuit Costume: Kirika
Costumes (Vol. 2):
– Maid Costume: Kirika
– Maid Costume: Sonia
– Maid Costume: Marion
– Maid Costume: Rinna

Figurines (Vol. 1):
– Maid Figure: Kirika
Figurines (Vol. 2):
– Maid Figure: Sonia
– Maid Figure: Marion

Skills (Vol. 2):
– Fusion
– Billionaire Road
– Keen Attack
– Abstruse Defense

Personalities (Vol. 2):
– Shining Maid

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