Looking for Japanese fact-checker [CLOSED]

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Looking for Japanese fact-checker [CLOSED]

#1 Post by sciencewarrior » Wed Mar 14, 2012 7:51 am

I know I took a few liberties with the setting in my Japanese high school VN, but I'm not sure which are of the "I could see it happen" variety, which are "doesn't really happen, but you see all the time in anime", and which are "why don't you throw in Venusian telepathic vampire slugs while you're at it." If anyone is willing to help, I can send you the list in a PM. The whole thing shouldn't take more than a few minutes.

Thank you!
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Keep your script in your Dropbox folder.
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Re: Looking for Japanese fact-checker

#2 Post by OnchoPoncho » Thu Mar 15, 2012 12:54 am

I don't mind checking some facts since I'm hosting a Japanese exchange student
Might as well make use of her while she's here :D

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Re: Looking for Japanese fact-checker

#3 Post by nyaatrap » Thu Mar 15, 2012 5:01 am

I'd help :) If you wonder who I am, I'm just an ordinary Japanese who is learning English.

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#4 Post by sciencewarrior » Thu Mar 15, 2012 5:20 am

Thank you! I just sent PMs.
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Re: Looking for Japanese fact-checker

#5 Post by TrickWithAKnife » Sat Mar 17, 2012 5:43 am

nyaatrap wrote:I'd help :) If you wonder who I am, I'm just an ordinary Japanese who is learning English.
And I'm just an ordinary New Zealander who is learning Japanese and living in Japan.
I may be able to help though.
"We must teach them through the tools with which they are comfortable."
The #renpy IRC channel is a great place to chat with other devs. Due to the nature of IRC and timezone differences, people probably won't reply right away.

If you'd like to view or use any code from my VN PM me. All code is freely available without restriction, but also without warranty or (much) support.

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Re: Looking for Japanese fact-checker [CLOSED]

#6 Post by sciencewarrior » Sat Mar 17, 2012 7:20 am

Thanks! Now I just have to learn how to close my topics....
Keep your script in your Dropbox folder.
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