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Arianne ([personal profile] phibby) wrote in [community profile] colors_tcg2017-07-09 01:14 pm

Seiyuu Guess 298

Last week's answer was Guile from Street Fighter, voiced by Masane Tsukayama in the Street Fighter II movie!

Hello everyone, and welcome back to Seiyuu Guess! Our host for this game is Shizuka, a rookie seiyuu who's still learning the tricks of the trade! She's been provided with a description, image, and clip of a certain character, and it's up to you to help her figure out who voices them.

We see a lot of giant robots in anime, but what if they were actually real? Well, in near-future Japan, they are...but instead of epic space battles, they're used for boring stuff like construction and civil engineering. That's why they're called Labors (doesn't sound quite as sexy as Gundam or Eva, huh?). But even with these non-violent applications, the less savory elements of society start hijacking them to commit various crimes. That's where Special Vehicle Division 2 comes in. This unit of the Tokyo police force uses special Patrol Labors to fight Labor crime. This girl is among the division's newest recruits, and with her trusty Labor Alphonse, she's ready for anything! Or, uh, so she hopes. Let's hear the clip...

(Download the clip here if you're having trouble listening!)

"Dad, you bastard. You go and sign me up on the sly and then use your connections to get me accepted. 'For my education' my butt."
"Sounds like he didn't have much faith in you as his successor."
"So what about you? What made you join up?"
"Me? To pilot Alphonse, of course."
"Alphonse? What's that?"
"My Pattie's name! I've been working on it since I decided to join up!"
"Man, it must be nice to get a job that you actually
want to do."
"Yeah, and I even got selected as a Forward! I don't know
what I would've done if I got into the Labor unit but couldn't pilot a Labor."

Tell Shizuka the character's name, their seiyuu, and what series they're from for six random cards!

This round ends Saturday, July 15, 2017.

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