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29542 No. 29542 [Edit]
A show about War should not be this adorable.
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>> No. 29543 [Edit]
Maybe beacuse its not about war
Also anime lost most of the manga feeling, i miss these sketchy backgrounds
>> No. 29544 [Edit]
>>29543
Yeah, I like quite a lot the sketchy backgrounds and landscapes.
But I also liked this first episode, probably because seeing the girls moving around was very nice.
>> No. 29560 [Edit]
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29560
The ED is amazing.
>> No. 29646 [Edit]
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>> No. 29694 [Edit]
>>29650
In the situation they're in you either stay positive or go insane.
>> No. 29695 [Edit]
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29695
It's funny, I knew exactly what was going to happen but it still hurt to watch.
>> No. 29696 [Edit]
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29696
I know half tracks are a real thing, but I'm curious how practical they really are. I mean it's not like the military uses them anymore.
I can't help but imagine the design of this thing would put a lot of stress and wear on that front wheel every time they turn or climb over something. Wouldn't it make more sense to have full tracks and axe the wheel? And when driving over think snow I imagine that front wheel would get absolutely no traction anyway and probably wouldn't make steering very easy.
>> No. 29697 [Edit]
>>29696
It may have been a cost cutting measure. Could be cheaper to use a truck or bike's front rather than the gearing needed to control both tracks independently?
>> No. 29698 [Edit]
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29698
If I was one of the only two people left on earth and she was the other person, she'd soon find herself alone.
>> No. 29699 [Edit]
>>29695
I'd have beat the shit out of her. But really I don't know why they're jumping to conclusions about how many books are left in the world. I doubt that girl has been to very library on the planet has she?
>> No. 29701 [Edit]
>>29650
>>29694
From Wikipedia:
Steering the Kettenkrad was accomplished by turning the handlebars: Up to a certain point, only the front wheel would steer the vehicle. A motion of the handlebars beyond that point would engage the track brakes to help make turns sharper. It was also possible to run the vehicle without the front wheel installed and this was recommended in extreme off-road conditions where speed would be kept low.

I can't explain why the front wheel is a motorcycle fork, but I'm positive there's a reason for it.
But yeah, point is it's not only the front wheel doing the steering because the tracks would easily overcome the friction of the wheel and it would be rendered useless.

It makes sense to have a strong vehicle much more compact than a car in wartime. They had a lot of utility.
>> No. 29703 [Edit]
>>29701
>it's not only the front wheel doing the steering
Thanks, I didn't know that. Those things have been bugging me for a really long time now but that really clears it up. you're rad anon.
Although it does still sound like the wheel is kind of redundant.

Post edited on 10th Nov 2017, 9:08pm
>> No. 29704 [Edit]
>>29701
fyi, I think you linked the wrong post.
>> No. 29705 [Edit]
>>29704
I swear to God I clicked the wrong post the first time, caught it, then clicked the right ones and and double checked, but somehow still screwed up.

Wondering why I quoted anyone in the first place, the thread is short.
>> No. 29706 [Edit]
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29706
The fug?
>> No. 29707 [Edit]
>>29696
Halftracks spread the weight over more area, so they work better over soft terrain than purely wheeled but conversely not as well as fully tracked vehicles. As the other anon said, the controls are normal rather than using track steering. It essentially mean that motorised troops could cover mud and the like without needing special driver training for a tracked vehicle.

You are right that it wears out faster hough.
>> No. 29719 [Edit]
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29719
I wish more anime took place in unique creative worlds.
>> No. 29720 [Edit]
>>29560
The OP is pretty good too.
>> No. 29731 [Edit]
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29731
I half expect one of these things to tell me about about the great dinner they just had and make a "fu-pshuu" sound.
>> No. 29738 [Edit]
>>29731
steve_rogers_understanding_that_reference.rmv
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>>29731
>> No. 29754 [Edit]
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29754
So the gear isn't covered in grease or hydraulic fluid and breaks in an impossible way. How amusing.
>> No. 29784 [Edit]
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29784
I loved everything about this ep.
>> No. 29795 [Edit]
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29795
A lot of cycled animation this episode, and voice work that doesn't match the mouths flapping near the end. That's not a good sign.
>> No. 29800 [Edit]
>>29754
At first I thought those were parts she removed or was trying to fit back into place. Took me a minute to realize what was supposed to be a broken gear. Would have made a lot more sense to just have the character say the alternator had died, it needed new spark plugs or maybe the wheel broke off as previously touched on in this thread, all of which they'd likely have plenty of replacements for at that depot. Maybe the BD will make that line look like more of a jagged crack if nothing else.
>> No. 29809 [Edit]
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29809
I lazily tried recreating the plane in SimplePlanes. Flew okay I guess. Dunno what I was expecting.
>> No. 29836 [Edit]
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29836
>>29754
Had something similar happen to me recently with my bike. Bummer.
>> No. 29842 [Edit]
>>29836
Coincidence? I don't think so. This is the proof that modern technology will make anime real.
>> No. 29849 [Edit]
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29849
>>29836


Your picture is a gear with outer teeth and inner teeth.

The one that broke has outer teeth and a bolt pattern on the inside.
The bolt pattern that holds it makes it impossible to fail in that way.

A piece can break off like a pizza slice from it with cracking going to one or more of the bolt holes connecting to the outside of the pattern, but it will not go through the bolt hole pattern.
>> No. 29878 [Edit]
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29878
I could have sworn it was just some bizarre and convoluted storage locker facility.
>> No. 29880 [Edit]
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29880
So let me get this straight. These two have been traveling a deserted wasteland for who knows how long with little to no knowledge of what everything around them even is. They find bottles filled with a smelly bumbling yellow liquid, and drink it down? It's amusing seeing them get drunk but for all they knew that could have been some sort of expired toxic liquid. They had no reason to believe it was fit for human consumption and not some sort of cleaning chemical or fuel.
>> No. 29937 [Edit]
>>29880
Maybe they just don't care anymore? When supplies are limited you can't be picky.
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