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What up everyone! How's it going? Well here's another fan made KHUx medal, and this time it features my two favorite Studio Ghibli characters and couple (sort of), Ashitaka, Last Prince of the Emishi Tribe and San, The Wolf Girl. You know even though Disney was one of their distribution till 2014, but I though it would be cool to see some Studio Ghibli worlds in the Kingdom Hearts series. Especially Princess Mononoke because is one of my favorite Studio Ghibli movies of all time. Doing this fan made medal was very fun and I think it's one of my best works yet! I had trouble trying to figure out if I should make this medal a power type or a magic type? But in the end decided to make it a power type, because in my opinion the scene where Ashitaka was holding San back after the death of Spirit of the Forest was a very powerful moment, so I though a power type would make sense. I hope you all enjoy this and have a good night!
I looked up these words called Japanese Honorifics, and I decided to try this out as a game! So what you can do here is place an honorific at the end of the member's Name above you! If their Username is too long or something, try to use a nickname or their actual name with the honorific instead. Be sure to use the correct one! And try not to be rude while doing it, for there are ways of offending others with the improper use of SanKunChanSama! Here's the list explaining what the honorifics mean. I reccomend only using SanKunChanSama. https://m.facebook.com/notes/lets-learn-japanese/japanese-honorifics-the-use-of-san-kun-chan-and-sama/116147711743289/ Let me show an example for you. Let's take VisitJoan's name for this demonstration. I could say either Joan-san, or Joan-sama. Another one, if said properly, could be Joan-chan, for she is a youthful woman. -Kun wouldn't work very well, since that would basically be saying she is inferior to me, but we all know that's not true! You will not use Kun as often as the rest, unless the conditions make sense. Alright, after you've read each of the honorifics, we may begin! Rock on!