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Teito Monogatari[edit]

Hello,

No, I'm not all that familiar with the series, really. I just tried to put the spin-offs in the release order, clarify a few things here and there based on what I've read on the Japanese web, that kind of things. Of course, if you disagree with some of those changes (I guess I might have been a bit too cautious with some of them, like for the translations of the titles, or that thing about the covert art of one of the books (cover arts may change without much of a warning, so...)), feel free to say so. Erigu (talk) 16:36, 27 March 2010 (UTC)

Thanks for responding. I was just surprised (and glad) that someone had decided to give some fresh new input into these pages. Everyone else seems to take my opinion for granted since I'm an enthusiast of the series and have done a lot of research on it. However I can't read Japanese--all my translations came through 3rd parties--so I expect there to be misinterpretations here and there. But I take it you can read Japanese then? Voilodion (talk) 4:20 PM, 28 March 2010 (UTC)
Yes, I can read Japanese. Unfortunately, I couldn't find quite as much information on the series as I'd have liked, even on the Japanese web (I was especially interested in the "final word" regarding Katō's origins and nature, his connection with the prequels' Katō, etc)... Erigu (talk) 23:52, 28 March 2010 (UTC)
Then I would trust your translations over mine for the most part. Do you mind if I ask you questions about the articles I've found then? Most of the information about Kato I've gotten from his article in the Japanese Wikipedia, but as you've noted, the stuff there is very sparse. I think Aramata keeps it obscure on purpose. Nonetheless, I want to clarify the stuff that's presented in the article. Does the article directly address the relationship between Kato and Masakado? What does it say about them? Is Kato his subordinate or his reincarnation? Voilodion (talk) 5:14 PM, 28 March 2010 (UTC)

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Teito[edit]

Hi. I have observed you have deep knowledge about Japanese folklore and that fascinating stuff, in a nutshell, things that I love. Specifically, I read your contributions to thatguywiththeglasses.com about Teito Monogatari and I was quite pleased. I am one of the few Spanish-speaking people who know TM, and I am interested in making TM known in the Hispanic world, where I can say that it virtually unknown. I created the TM article and agreggates in Spanish Wikipedia, and I am looking for expand them. Anyway, I am interested in making contact with you - I believe both have the same objetives. Cordially, Sygma 2 (talk) 01:20, 28 October 2012 (UTC)

Thanks for your message! Have you discovered my Facebook page yet? You can leave a message on there and I can PM you with contact info. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Translate-TEITO-MONOGATARI-into-English/122760147810664 Voilodion (talk)
Yeah, I know the page. I will contact you soon. Sygma 2 (talk) 20:06, 4 December 2012 (UTC)

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