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Vol. 20 Ch. 195 - Ariko's Backyard
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Damn, I liked Toni too. Maybe he isnt dead-dead yet??? Lmao
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farewell toni,
i wonder what kind of interactions ariko will get from sugimoto's group
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Toni went out like a true man
I’ll miss that old geezer
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He played on the chance of in a place known for it. Most of this land is wild and not the 21st cen where there is little unmanaged land.
Modern avalance prevention is just that. Prevention. Meaning they cause a avalance before it can occur naturally or to ease snow loads. So, in order tontrigger one they either drop dynamite or other impact based explosive or use large artillery to prematurely drop the accumulated snow before it becomes a risk. If the snow is ready to slide just a barking dog or person speaking can set it off in the right circumstance.
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Ariko is so OP.
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Time to kill characters who aren't Abashiri prisoners. Come on, Noda. Kiro-chan had such an unfair run.
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@popsow That's the problem - triggering avalanche by shooting at it is so unreliable, not to mention it's the wrong angle. Modern avalanche control uses explosives directly on top of the mountain.
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He dies so cooly
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Toni had a hard life.
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Aw Toni D:
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Aw man. I liked Toni.
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@unk0damnation gunshots
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@Kaar
Thank you, i forget the origin of the song is Sino-Japanese War.
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I always love the attention to detail and (pseudo)realism of this manga, and maybe I'm a bit confused with the art in representing the event... but how the hell did Ariko trigger that avalanche???
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@otakubouzu
There are two version of origin about Yuki no Shingun ( one version is that the song was an Imperial Japanese Army march composed in 1895 after the First Sino-Japanese War by Second Army Headquarter Orchestra member Nagai Kenshi, it was considered too depressing so it was forbidden after the start of the Second Sino-Japanese war; the other version is that the song was written in 1945 by famed author and composer Hiroyuki Agawa after the second sino-Japanese war about the hardships he faced in the navy during the war ), not sure which one is true but it definitely not related to that incident.
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By the way, is that the incident that inspire Yuki no Shingun?
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Sugimoto's group most likely got a copy of his tattoo already.
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what the fuck, could he still be alive?
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@BowlOfMisoSoup
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