38 : Hayate In Danger! Complete Shut Down!!
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Izumi, Miki, and Risa invite Hayate and Nagi to their \"You-To-Be\" Motion Picture Research school club where they film and gather funny movies and laugh at them. Nagi shows interest in the club and Hayate believes it's an opportunity to get Nagi to break her hikikomori habits. They are shown example videos which happen to be Hayate's embarrassing moments with voice overs. Hayate snaps and destroys the club's equipment and media just before Superintendent Kirika appears for her annual club investigation. It turns out the club is on the verge of being shut down and the trio were planning to use the video of Hayate as a means of keeping the club alive. As a backup plan, they promise Kirika new footage of Hayate jumping off the clock tower. With the club saved and Hayate and Nagi as new members, the club decides to hold a normal story competition. Risa tells the first story and soon the mic is passed around to even non-club members.
To finish off the torso, a pair of hinged blocks on either side of the cockpit area, flip down down to allow the plane's rear fuselage fold down and complete the Battroid's upper body. Once in place, the rear fuselage snaps in firmly just behind the cockpit block with the previously mentioned hinged parts providing some extra pegs for keeping things together, with the result being a robot torso that stays in one piece.
Intro:DOA5 Ultimate is a good game. The achievements are also a good deal easier than past games. There will be 2 things blocking you from completing this game though. The tutorial, and the combo challenges for one character. These 2 modes keep this game from being an easy 2/10 difficulty and make it a nerve wrecking 8/10. The combos take very specific timing and it's up to you to figure out what the timing is. If you get through these, it's a nice smooth ride downhill.Tutorials:It's best to start the tutorials first, even if you give up along the way, it still teaches you about the basics of the game too and you can learn a lot from it. You will have to do the Tutorial, Command Training, and Combo Challenges. There is an achievement for playing 1 hour in the tutorial, but you might be near tears well after that pops.The Tutorial is mostly easy and has 42 lessons. There will be several tricky spots, mostly against enemy AI in a normal fight requiring you to use your new moves against an opponent that blocks and fights back.Command Training is pretty much the list of basic moves for each character. You only need to do all moves for 1 character and it's not too hard. A couple of characters have some tricky dodge moves like Christie, but most keep it simple but may take a few tries.Combo Challenges may be the end of you if you are not familiar with DOA. Find a character that suits you best and stick with them until the brutal end. I had an easier time with Lisa, but many suggest Hitomi because of learning her fighting in the tutorial.Online:Multiplayer achievements! They are quite easy though. Play in 100 matches, 10 of them being accepted throwdown requests from a single player game, a ranked match, and register one of your opponents before or after a fight. You do not need to win anything. That's nice.Single Player Modes:You need to play Solo and Tag versions of Arcade, Time Attack, and Survival modes. Play on rookie and you only need to fight 8 opponents on solo, 5 on Tag, and 10 in both Survival modes. It's pretty easy going.Misc/Cleanup:There are a lot of misc achievements in this game. Most will happen as you play the game but do not unlock in the tutorial. You will need to activate the Danger Zone in 3 of the maps, use power moves during a match, do a few tag moves, and mess around a bit in the spectator mode and save a picture and replay.Conclusion:This is one of the easier DOA games to complete, but the tutorial missions will take some dedication to finish. (Especially if new to the game). Once that is done, you pretty much have smooth sailing ahead. Do some single player modes on rookie and play online for 100 matches win or lose.
Calming (冷静化, Reisei-ka): A pale blue medal that depicts a Rider with their fingers at their chin as if thinking. Its code is EI051. It lets the user calm down, even when in danger.
This was also the first time I had tried to print my own decals on an inkjet printer. The kit had come with decals for the old red/white scheme. This new blue/white scheme have bigger stars on the wing and a new team badge on both sides of the nose. I downloaded the badge from the internet and printed it on Micromark white decal paper. After spraying it withe the supplied fixative and waiting a day, the were applied with no problems. At first them seemed a bit think, but some Microsol set solved that problem. I couldn't get a good picture of the star, so I drew my own using Microsoft Visio. After the decals, another coat of PollyS gloss were used to seal everyhting. At this point, the landing gear and various attennas and pitot tubes were added, and the model is complete.
Until her entry into the Academy, Mikan's Alices were never heard of or mentioned, then as the story progresses, she learns and discovers how to use her Alices. Her first Alice is the Nullification Alice (無効化のアリス Mukōka no Arisu), inherited from her father, Izumi Yukihira. Mikan can completely negate - for an undetermined amount of time - the powers of any Alice in close proximity to her. Initially, this ability was involuntary and only appeared during cases of extreme danger, but gradually, she learned how to properly control it. In the current arc, she is shown using her alice skillfully enough to blow away enemies who attempted to attack her and even project it to Natsume when Yuka tried to steal his Alice so as to protect him.
Though initially awkward and coming across as a goofball, Matoi does good by his family and the greater good by having a completely selfless and unwavering sense of justice that doesn't back down, even in the face of incredible danger. He consistently puts himself on the line if it means that he saves his siblings, or civilians who are caught in the crossfire.
GUADALCANAL: Lieutenant Colonel Frank Goettge, 1st Marine Division intelligence officer, led a 25-man reconnaissance patrol along the west bank of the Matanikau; only three men escaped ambush by the Japanese. (OpHist, v. 1, p. 281).12-15 AugUSSR: The 1st Moscow conference met. (Morris, p. 385).13 AugUSMC: Marine Corps Air Station, Santa Barbara, California, commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Livingston B. Stedman, Jr., was organized. (Sherrod, p. 441). PACIFIC: Lieutenant General Haruyoshi Hyakutake, commanding the Japanese Seventeenth Army at Rabaul, was ordered to assume control of the ground action on Guadalcanal. (OpHist, v. 1, p. 286).15 AugUSMC: Air, Fleet Marine Force, Pacific, was organized at San Diego as Marine Aircraft Wings, Pacific, and was made responsible for the organization, administration, and distribution of personnel and supplies of the 1st and 2d Marine Aircraft Wings and the 4th Marine Base Defense Battalion. (Sherrod, p. 437).17-18 AugGILBERT ISLANDS: About 200 Marines from Companies A and B of the 2d Raider Battalion were landed on Makin Atoll; they were partially successful in attempts to destroy Japanese installations, gather intelligence data, and divert attention from the action on Guadalcanal. (OpHist, v. 1, pp. 265, 286).18 AugGUADALCANAL: The 2d Battalion, 26th Japanese Infantry (rein), landed at Taivu Point while 500 men of the Yokosuka. Fifth Special Naval Landing Force arrived at Kokumbona; this was the first of many runs by Japanese destroyers and cruisers shuttling supplies and reinforcements to the island. (OpHist, v. 1, p. 268).Henderson Field, named after Major Lofton Henderson, was completed. (Zimmerman, p. 65; OpHist, pp. 277, 279).16-19 AugGUADALCANAL: Company L, 5th Marines, crossed the Matanikau River and attacked the village of that name, while Company I made a successful amphibious raid farther west at Kokumbona to cut off any retreating Japanese. (OpHist, v. 1, p. 283).20 AugGUADALCANAL: The forward echelon of Marine Aircraft Group 23 (19 F4F's of VMF-223 and 12 SBD-3's of VMSB-232) arrived on Henderson Field. (OpHist, v. 1, p. 279).--28-- 59ce067264