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File: c0e1794bee44258⋯.png (494.7 KB, 684x911, 684:911, 20191128_174312.png)

 No.113205[Last 50 Posts]

TL here, moving our thread of operations once again.

I'll create an archive of our bunker thread once archives start working again.

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 No.113209

>>113205

welcome back to brapppimu

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 No.113225

File: 7a982cd8fff94a8⋯.png (557.79 KB, 1000x1100, 10:11, lewddraw.png)

Maybe I've just been lucky posting.

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 No.113226

>>113205

You've got it backwards. Why are you moving to a unstable website that will be publicly targeted instead of keeping your operations on the bunker? It's more stable there and far less likely to be attacked.

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 No.113245

Nice to be back.

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 No.113267

>>113226

Fuck off.

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 No.113302

File: 211c6bedd8bc076⋯.png (104.7 KB, 381x244, 381:244, that hand.png)

>>113225

that hand, though

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 No.113395

File: 61f8e7eac7f9b38⋯.png (379.84 KB, 640x480, 4:3, 1.png)

30mb/volume is NOT okay

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 No.113518

File: 835f9084645a057⋯.jpg (1.29 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, cover.jpg)

File: 53d7b3133b8e7db⋯.jpg (904.49 KB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_005.jpg)

File: 73674d56fee3ef5⋯.png (2.43 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, kemono4302.png)

File: edc2c9d9688f023⋯.jpg (1.28 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_007.jpg)

File: 1f7c0c014443447⋯.png (2.95 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, kemono4304.png)

43-01

{Title} Dinosaur

TN: The kanji translates to "bad dragon", but we all know why we can't use that title.

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 No.113519

File: 6a2c5fb44329557⋯.png (2.31 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, kemono4305.png)

File: fc69a263b82a67c⋯.png (5.22 MB, 2800x1600, 7:4, kemono4306&07.png)

File: b80c532bc21b03e⋯.png (2.04 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, kemono4308.png)

43-02

=1==========

>I'm back!

>Welcome back!

>Glad you made it!

43-04

=1==========

>Go faster, Gen-han!

>Yes! But, there's only so much I can do on a road such as...

>Quit complaining and step on it!!!

=2==========

>I got you now!!!

>Ah, recoiless...! Anyone behind me,

>Watch OUT!

43-05

=4==========

>Tch! He dodged!!

>No, that was good! Now he will...

43-06&07

=3==========

>NO WAAAAAYY!!!

=4==========

{Spread panel}

>Running! He's running!!

>Runing on the water surface!!

>I can't believe he never showed us that, not even at our "End-year party hidden talents contest"!!

>You guys had an End-year party!!?

TN: End-year party, bōnenkai (忘年会, literally "forget the year gathering") is a Japanese drinking party that takes place at the end of the year, and is generally held among groups of co-workers or friends. The purpose of the party, as its name implies, is to forget the woes and troubles of the past year, and hopefully look to the new year, usually by consumption of large amounts of alcohol. A bōnenkai does not take place on any specific day, but they are usually held in December.

43-08

=1==========

>Like a frilled lizard's

>Extremely intricate leg swings...

{bubble, upper circle} About 200kg

{Bubble, lower circle} surface tension

{Handwritten, right} Close to 80km/h

{Handwritten, left} salt water's surface tension is...

>Or maybe a pond skater...

>No, it's impossible! Absolutely impossible!!

>It has to be something else!

TN: Just an observation, but the frilled lizard doesn't run on water. Thats the green basilisk lizard.

=2==========

>Or maybe I'm looking at this through the wrong angle!?

>There's also another animal I'm forgetting.

>Dolphins can do something that looks just as unnatural, standing upright above the water...

<It's truly amazing!

<Wait,now's not the time...

>Honk honk :^)

{Bottom, off panel} (About 1.5 seconds or more)

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 No.113532

>>113518

>>113519

Mikado's science sperg-outs are always amusing.

43-04 panel 2

>Ah, recoiless...! Anyone behind me,

Oh, it's because you're firing a recoilless rifle.

>Watch OUT!

Please watch out behind yUGH

43-08 panel 1

>Like a frilled lizard's

He does mention the バシリスク and its famous water-walking ability. Given the autistic detail he goes into with animals, the term is possibly referring to the way the green basilisk lizard is also called a "plumed basilisk".

Like a plumed basilisk lizard...

>Extremely intricate leg swings...

IMO Mikado's running through various possible explanations. 微細毛 appears to be extra-thin hair, while 超振動 is super-oscillation. If you've found something linking this to the legs, please let me in on it because I'm coming up empty.

Ultrafine hairs, super-oscillation...

>{bubble, upper circle} About 200kg

{bubble, upper circle} Assume 200kg

>{Handwritten, right} Close to 80km/h

{Handwritten, right} Assume about 80km/h

>{Handwritten, left} salt water's surface tension is...

This is hell to read. 表面張力, 拮抗 , 接水面積, what fun.

the contact area interacting with surface tension...

>It has to be something else!

Preposterous! Unbelievable!

43-08 panel 2

>Or maybe I'm looking at this through the wrong angle!?

Or maybe I'm looking at this from the wrong angle!?

>Dolphins can do something that looks just as unnatural, standing upright above the water...

Dolphins can do something that looks just as unnatural, "tail-walking" on water...

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 No.113545

>>113532

Nope, no real reference to legs there, more like me confusing 手 and 毛, and using some wild interpretation.

Glad you made out 接水面積, I couldn't understand the first and last kanji there.

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 No.113554

>>113532

>Basilisk lizard

Goddamn, serves me right for not paying attention to the actual word and reading just what the dictionary gave me for エリマキトカゲ. He clearly mentions basilisk there!

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 No.113555

This manga has unironically become one of my personal favorites. Thanks for translating it /animu/

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 No.113570

>>113518

>{Title} Dinosaur

>TN: The kanji translates to "bad dragon", but we all know why we can't use that title.

<So let's call it Dinosaur instead

Why not just call it Evil Dragon?

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 No.113584

File: 307b4a63e26a12e⋯.png (2.65 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, kemono4310.png)

File: cd3586df064a0f3⋯.png (2.35 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, kemono4311.png)

File: 67bc2d189cf4a2b⋯.png (1.85 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, kemono4312.png)

File: cfb04acd0510580⋯.png (2.87 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, kemono4313.png)

File: 87fe6b5a932e2eb⋯.png (4.97 MB, 2320x1600, 29:20, kemono4314&15.png)

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 No.113585

File: 4a714bc3c6af537⋯.jpg (1.41 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_020.jpg)

File: 0372654d5d3d3c2⋯.png (2.98 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, kemono4317.png)

File: a6af9ae8576e9b6⋯.png (2.56 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, kemono4318.png)

File: 0a77be43f047465⋯.jpg (1.21 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_023.jpg)

File: 2b836a397c57ee5⋯.png (6.5 MB, 2320x1600, 29:20, kemono4320&21.png)

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 No.113586

File: c0245dc6c32d9e0⋯.png (2.14 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, kemono4322.png)

File: 2525a31fa11fa99⋯.png (2.12 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, kemono4323.png)

File: 0f4cb6b3fa8cf25⋯.jpg (1.29 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_028.jpg)

43-10

=1==========

>Can't hit him!!

>We're both Dokkaku soldiers with super dinamic vision,

>And we still can't hit him!!

=2==========

>Although I can follow him with my eyes,

>It's like my aim can't do the same!!

=3==========

>He's using Van der Waals force to kill his inertia.

>Making his footwork unpredictable!!

43-11

=1==========

>No!! If we keep firing, we'll hit him eventually!!

>Or at least wear him down!!

=2==========

>There's definitely something strange about Majira's ability to dodge gunfire so precisely!

=3==========

>In fact

>He's a strange man altogether!!

=4==========

>There's something off about him!!

43-12

=1==========

>That's right!!

=2==========

>It's because he acts without any fear!!

>His thoughts are always clear.

=3==========

>The fear of death and pain are natural to any living organism.

>But that was thoroughly stripped away from him!!!

43-13

=1==========

>It's a normal defense mechanism,

>Meant to preserve oneself.

>Did the avatar effect did this to him!?

>Or was he like this before!?

=2==========

>Just what are you!?

43-17

>He's targeting

>Hijikata!?

43-18

=3==========

>Wha-!

43-22

=4==========

>Mi-Mikado!

>Are you ok!?

43-23

=1==========

>Ow ow ow

>Shit! I'm such an idiot!!

=2==========

>Hijikata came to us with that "I'm here to help you" talk,

>But in the end we were the ones who had to protect him!!

=3==========

>Looks like our welcoming party arrived just in time!

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 No.113587

File: 43db1beb19f33c6⋯.jpg (116.78 KB, 680x745, 136:149, 94c.jpg)

Another chapter done in no time! The mileage on action manga is amazing!

>>113570

The furigana literally reads "dinosaur", but I agree that it's the lamest title ever. I prefer Evil Dragon too.

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 No.113590

File: cf3833086b80f10⋯.png (313.24 KB, 553x568, 553:568, ClipboardImage.png)

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 No.113613

>>113584

>>113585

>>113586

43-10 panel 1

>We're both Dokkaku soldiers with super dinamic vision,

Two Dokkaku soldiers with enhanced dynamic visual acuity,

43-11 panel 1

>No!! If we keep firing, we'll hit him eventually!!

Wait!! A few shots are hitting him!!

>Or at least wear him down!!

At least we're wearing him down!!

43-11 panel 2

>There's definitely something strange about Majira's ability to dodge gunfire so precisely!

Just to be sure: Majira is the guy we were previously calling Andira (i.e. Batman), right?

It's different from Majira's bullet-dodging ability!

43-11 panel 3

>In fact

And yet...

>He's a strange man altogether!!

This guy is even stranger than he was!!

43-12 panel 1

>That's right!!

That's it!!

43-13 panel 1

>It's a normal defense mechanism,

He only defends himself

>Meant to preserve oneself.

when it will preserve his functionality.

>Did the avatar effect did this to him!?

Did the Avatar Effect do this to him!?

43-23 panel 2

>But in the end we were the ones who had to protect him!!

But he's been using us as a shield all along!!

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 No.113614

File: 27ca49878fad0fc⋯.webm (905.08 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, sheseesyourbignep.webm)

>>113590

Hooray! Guess I'll throw myself open to any other editing requests, it's fun to pass the time. Pure luck but ch02 is your #100th release on there and ch03 was #101. Shame ch01 was #98.

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 No.113625

>>113613

>>113613

>No, I slipped there. Batman is Andira. Majira is dinosaur guy. I didn't realize he was comparing them, but thought he was describing Majira's ability as being "wrong".

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 No.113628

>>113625

Retrying to post made me mess my quote.

>>113614

Ch01 was my 77th since getting into /animu/ scans, so hooray for multiples of 7!

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 No.113655

>>113625

In that case:

>>113586

>>113613

43-11 panel 2

>There's definitely something strange about Majira's ability to dodge gunfire so precisely!

It's different from Andira's bullet-dodging ability!

Going through all these Dokkaku names (and their changes) has done a number on my brain.

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 No.113660

File: 60767415bc55362⋯.png (2.48 MB, 2200x2200, 1:1, NG4406.png)

File: 5d9009b27c2826d⋯.png (2.95 MB, 2200x2200, 1:1, NG4407.png)

File: 616e1a72bc77384⋯.png (2.71 MB, 2200x2200, 1:1, NG4408.png)

File: edd6fb955ec5c01⋯.png (3.24 MB, 2200x2200, 1:1, NG4409.png)

File: 603ff69ffc6f580⋯.png (2.96 MB, 2200x2200, 1:1, NG4410.png)

44-06

{Title} Hiccups

=2==========

{ひっく} hiccup

=4==========

>What is going on?

=5==========

>Fourth!?

=6==========

>What is going on?

>I wanna know too.

44-07

{Title} Excessive

=1==========

>I started making this hiccup sound out of nowhere. {Handwritten} The other clones too.

>Same thing happened to me.

=2==========

>What the hell is going on?

>Allow me to explain.

=3==========

>I believe it is a phenomenon called hiccups, and it's caused by a muscle spasm in our bodies.

=4==========

>Is there a cure?

>I'm researching it right now.

>Second, your hiccups are getting way too frequent, and Seventh is doing something important now, so get out.

44-08

{Title} Be scary

=2==========

>Apparently it can be cured by causing a surprise.

>Really!?

{Tablet}

Stopping hiccups

(1) Surprise

=3==========

>Let me try.

=4==========

>Bah!

>Get out!

44-09

{Title} Audition

=1==========

>Next, Second.

=2==========

>Try to surprise us.

=4==========

>Out. And never show me that face ever again.

{Title} Surprise

=1==========

Next, Thirteenth.

44-10

{Title} Help me

=1==========

>Thanks to Thirteenth, everyone's hiccups have stopped.

>Not everyone.

=2==========

>Mine haven't stopped yet.

=3==========

>I found some new information about hiccups, but it might sound a little scary.

>It's ok, I kinda need to be surprised anyway, so tell me.

=4==========

>I mean, it's not as surprising as your magic trick, so I'm not sure if I should even say it.

>It's ok, say it.

=5==========

>If you hiccup 100 times, you'll die.

{Tablet} If you hiccup 100 times you'll die.

=6==========

>Say that sooner!

>She's cured!

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 No.113665

File: ad0c6df45590b5b⋯.png (269.48 KB, 587x985, 587:985, 20191204_231500.png)

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 No.113666

>>113665

Saved and off by one.

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 No.113690

>>113660

Found a couple things I wanted to change myself

44-09

{Title} Audition

=1==========

>Next, Second.

Next, come on in Second.

{Title} Surprise

=1==========

>Next, Thirteenth

Next, come on in Thirteenth

44-10

{Title} Help me

Belated treatment

(I shouldn't have tried separating it into two words)

Other than that other things feel a little off, but I'll leave nitpicking to the PR.

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 No.113704

>>113665

Praise the magic trick!

Also known as "The pose of being cured of hiccups"

>>113660

>>113690

44-06 panel 6

>I wanna know too.

That's what I wanna know.

44-07 panel 4

>Second, your hiccups are getting way too frequent, and Seventh is doing something important now, so get out.

Second, we need Seventh right now but you're only adding more hiccups, so get out.

44-08

>{Title} Be scary

{Title} Surprise me

44-08 panel 2

>Apparently it can be cured by causing a surprise.

Apparently it can be cured by being surprised.

44-10

>{Title} Belated treatment

{Title} Too late

44-10 panel 3

>I found some new information about hiccups, but it might sound a little scary.

I found some new information about hiccups, but it's only a little surprising.

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 No.113728

File: 1052cd4f731f14b⋯.png (3.81 MB, 2200x2200, 1:1, NG4501.png)

File: 6692a60727e50b7⋯.png (3.24 MB, 2200x2200, 1:1, NG4502.png)

File: 61fafef9a71279a⋯.png (2.9 MB, 2200x2200, 1:1, NG4503.png)

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 No.113729

File: cc68dfa210c442e⋯.png (2.73 MB, 2200x2200, 1:1, NG4504.png)

File: 50013e76c8988d9⋯.png (3.26 MB, 2200x2200, 1:1, NG4505.png)

File: 659504b3dbd5f35⋯.png (1005.04 KB, 767x1577, 767:1577, 20191206_194759.png)

45-01

=2==========

>Summer's here.

>It's so hot outside.

=3==========

>Today's temperature will go up to 37°C.

>That's two degrees mkre than our body temperature.

=4==========

>So if we go outside embracing each other we can keep ourselves 2 degrees cooler.

>...not really.

=5==========

>Strange, I'm getting warmer.

>You're overestimating this difference between 37 and 35.

45-02

{Title} Emission

=3==========

>I think I felt a cold breeze just now...

=4==========

>Again!?

=5==========

>Maybe it came from one of these things?

45-03

{Title} Ornament

=1==========

>Look everyone, this thing can blow cool air.

=4==========

>What's this? It's cold.

>It's an electric fan that was installed earlier. It's a more economic kind of air conditioner, you can set the ambient temperature with it.

{Title} Head swing.

45-04

{Title} Ground

=2==========

>What are you doing on the corridor?

>The cold ground feels so good.

{Title} Geothermal Energy

=1==========

[Going to school]

<Today feels like over 10.000 degrees.

<Clear weather

=2==========

>Can I lie on the ground real quick?

=4==========

>What are you doing?

45-05

{Title} Mushi

=1==========

>Mushi (bug)

=3==========

>Mushi (bug)

>Atsui (hot)

>Mushiatsui (humid)

=4==========

>It's too hot, so let's hurry.

=5==========

[Classroom]

=6==========

>Ah!

=7==========

>This morning, when you said mushiatsui, where you making a joke?

>Mushiesanai (Don't bring that up again)

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 No.113730

File: 8cc20ab92ca8749⋯.png (617.85 KB, 642x958, 321:479, 20191206_203410.png)

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 No.113775

>>113728

>>113729

45-01 panel 5

>You're overestimating this difference between 37 and 35.

At least you know what 37-35 equals.

45-03 Ornament panel 4

>It's an electric fan that was installed earlier. It's a more economic kind of air conditioner, you can set the ambient temperature with it.

It's an electric fan. The ambient temperature was raised to save electricity, so I installed it.

45-04 Geothermal Energy panel 1

>Today feels like over 10.000 degrees.

Today will be over 30 degrees.

All the bad puns in 45-05 are bad.

45-05 panel 7

>Mushiesanai (Don't bring that up again)

Mushikaesanaide (Don't bring that up again)

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 No.113785

File: 8822b032b6938f3⋯.png (3.22 MB, 2200x2200, 1:1, NG4506.png)

File: 28706ba480ef3d9⋯.png (3.04 MB, 2200x2200, 1:1, NG4507.png)

File: 99f6b7c2ddf1748⋯.png (3.34 MB, 2200x2200, 1:1, NG4508.png)

File: 2b8a46ec9da5eb9⋯.png (745.87 KB, 697x929, 697:929, 20191208_145228.png)

45-06

{Title} Linching

=2==========

>Where are you going with that watermelon?

>We're gonna break it at the park.

=3==========

>It will be a lot more exciting with everyone, you should come too.

>We're going.

=5==========

>Now everyone will work together to break the watermelon over there.

>Understood.

=6==========

>You mean like this.

>Wrong!

45-07

{Title} Silent

=2==========

>Right.

=3==========

>Left.

=4==========

>This shouldn't sound so dead, you girls can shout out too you know.

{Title} Hooting

=1==========

>Right.

>Left.

>Ahead.

=2==========

>Right.

>You went too far.

>Right.

>Hey, do it seriously, it's left.

=3==========

>You must focus.

>Have more faith in you surroundings.

>Front, front!

>Stop and think at least once!

=4==========

>Ah...

>Stop laughing, do it seriously.

>You must become one with the watermelon.

>Trust you inner strength.

>Shut up!

45-08

{Title} Summer and Watermelons

=2==========

>First come first serve! This one is mine!

=3==========

>Delicious.

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 No.113786

>>113775

Damn those mistakes were embarrassing. I gotta pay more attention.

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 No.113789

>>113786

This time of year always drives me nuts.

>>113785

45-06

>{Title} Linching

{Title} Lynching

45-07 Hooting panel 3

>Have more faith in you surroundings.

Have more faith in your surroundings.

45-07 panel 4

>Trust you inner strength.

Trust your inner strength.

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 No.113969

File: 8d910949fcba669⋯.png (2.91 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4401.png)

File: 31125c6300d8743⋯.png (3.3 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4402.png)

File: 67339781ad59787⋯.png (1.55 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4403.png)

File: ef2aaefa5e3671d⋯.png (4.46 MB, 2800x1600, 7:4, Kemono4404&05.png)

File: f3c540f68fb7adf⋯.jpg (25.09 KB, 332x400, 83:100, 51b40B2LciL._AC_SY400_ML2_.jpg)

And after that short break, I'm back.

This chapter has more exposition, so we're probably back to my usual pacing of just a handful of pages per day.

This chapter's introduction is pretty badass, even if it's just the musings of a writer who spent a few nights camping in the jungle. It got me on the mood to check more of his works later on.

44-01

[In Tibet, it's believed there are gods of the night.]

[And that at the top of the Himalayas, in clear nights, they can be seen through the empty cosmos.]

[But nights in the jungle are much more visceral.]

[To gaze into the night in a jungle]

[Is to gaze inside oneself, looking to find the beast lurking in there.]

{Title} Boundaries

44-02

[It could be that japanese people can only see the night through the eyes of a child.]

[From inside the jungle night we can hear the sighs of huge beasts, threatening and unrelenting voices.]

[Coming not from the ground, but far away from atop the trees. That is what I've come to notice here.]

44-03

[Sometimes the sounds would become a deep bestial howl.]

[Surely the call of a monkey.]

[It was as if they were calling for the bestial nature that lied dormant within me.]

[And I could feel that something in my innards yearned to respond, and shout back.]

44-04&05

[It was both alluring... And frightening.

[To think it was calling to me,]

[Saying "You are one of us".]

[(Yumemakura Baku, "Midori no Meikyuu* - Traveler's Journal to the Fantastical Mayan Civilization in the Yucatan Peninsula". Published by TV Asahi.)]

TN: I left the title romanized and untranslated in case someone wants to look this title up. There isn't much about it in english out there though. It means "Green Labyrinth" and is Yumemakura Baku's journal detailing the 40 days he stayed in Mexico as a reporter for TV Asahi in a "Naturing Special" (their words, not mine). A book reviewer on amazon.jp noted he talks about his visit to the mayan temple, fishing experiences and watching lucha libre.

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 No.113989

File: ab22f86e56fc261⋯.png (1.77 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4406.png)

File: ba43ab8be6d20a5⋯.png (1.95 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4407.png)

File: 4b65b4252908b3e⋯.png (1.63 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4408.png)

File: 08f8f882217233e⋯.png (1.94 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4409.png)

Extra pages because I had some more free time today.

44-06

=1==========

{ガオオオ} rooooaaarr

TN: we are not necessarily translating out of speech sfx, but maybe add a side-panel note for this one. I'll try translating others that I find more important from now on as well, but you guys can call me out of I miss something you find relevant.

>Neigh

=2==========

>That sound? No problema.

>Tha's just a monkey, señorita.

=3==========

>That... that was a monkey!?

>But it sounded like a lion's roar...

>Aah... They have the loudest animal cry in the whole world.

44-07

=3==========

>Oooi, Nabe-chan.

=4==========

>What is it?

>Come check this out.

44-08

=1==========

>Look, that's so interesting.

{バシャッ} splash

>What is going on there?

=2==========

>The fish are swarming over something drifting on the water.

>That's my work.

=3==========

>You shouldn't polute the river you know.

>It's ok, unlike japanese rivers, these have a stronger self-cleansing power.

=4==========

>Baku-san once told me "If you find something interesting, you should try it out."

>It's good for business, good for business.

>He was trying to teach you something decent...

>But first things first, why are your pants like that?

>I still gotta wash my ass.

44-09

=1==========

>Indian-style~

>Watch out for alligators trying to bite your butt.

=2==========

>Aligator's eyes shine red, so they're easy to spot.

>It's barba amarillas that you should be worried about.

>If one of those gets you, you'll die in 24 hours.

>Last year, four cauchos* were bitten and they all died.

=3==========

>Barba... amari...

>It's an american viper, with a hemotoxic poison. {Handwritten} Also known as Fer-de-lance or Terciopello.

=4==========

>When you go to sleep, don't forget to bring your shoes in the tent with you.

>Those guys tend to crawl into people's shoes at night.

>Same goes for cascavels (rattlesnakes) and coral snakes.

{Bottom} *Cauchos: A general term referring to workers who extract the naturally occurring raw material used to make rubber, also called caucho (sodium cyclohexylsulfamate).

TN: Just an observation, but the terms used here seem to be both japanese (or derived from japanese), "chikurero" (チクレーロ), and "chikuro" (チクロ), and they refer to the caucho workers and the raw material they extract respectively. Since the author saw the need to add a note for it (and since I had to look it up anyway) I used the spanish term instead.

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 No.114015

>>113969

>>113989

You can feel his fascination with the jungle from the way he writes about it.

44-01

>[In Tibet, it's believed there are gods of the night.]

[In the Tibetan darkness, you can sense the gods.]

>[And that at the top of the Himalayas, in clear nights, they can be seen through the empty cosmos.]

[In the Himalayan darkness, you can almost see the empty cosmos through its clarity.]

44-02

>[It could be that japanese people can only see the night through the eyes of a child.]

[In Japan, such things might only be seen through the eyes of a child.]

>[Coming not from the ground, but far away from atop the trees. That is what I've come to notice here.]

[They come not from the ground, but far away from atop the trees.]

44-08 panel 3

>You shouldn't polute the river you know.

You shouldn't pollute the river, you know.

44-08 panel 4

>It's good for business, good for business.

売れてる is also slang for "it's really popular".

They're really going at it.

>He was trying to teach you something decent...

That guy never teaches you anything decent...

>But first things first, why are your pants like that?

How about putting your pants back on?

44-09 panel 2

>Aligator's eyes shine red, so they're easy to spot.

Alligators' eyes shine red, so they're easy to spot.

44-09 panel 3

>It's an american viper, with a hemotoxic poison. {Handwritten} Also known as Fer-de-lance or Terciopello.

It's an American viper with a hemotoxic poison. {Handwritten} Also known as Fer-de-lance or Terciopelo.

{カチャカチャ} *zip*

Technically it's *clack* but it's clearly him getting his pants back on. Hopefully he isn't a button-fly type.

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 No.114022

Sparrow you alright?

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 No.114043

File: 44b1dee1f51646e⋯.png (1.86 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4410.png)

File: dd94db37582a4d6⋯.png (2.47 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4411.png)

File: 2124ff3c3a7139a⋯.png (1.81 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4412.png)

File: 4cef82687db574e⋯.png (1.61 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4413.png)

File: 163e4477bd1da90⋯.png (1.93 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4414.png)

44-10

=1==========

>Tarantulas and scorpions also love it inside shoes.

>Though, the worst thing about a tarantula bite is just the pain.

=2==========

>And if a scorpion pricks you, all you need to do is eat a spoonful of sugar.

>Good grief, these folk remedies...

=3==========

>We've been riding all this way on horses...

=4==========

[I never thought I'd be roaming around in a jungle, on the other side of the world.]

=5==========

[And what's more, Itoh-san even bought some jungle survival equipment, food, and loaned horses with the money we got from the mafia.]

44-11

=1==========

[He also hired a caucho for a guide, Gomes-shi.]

[And a cook, Pedro-shi]

TN: -shi is a formal honorific to refer to people you're unfamiliar with.

=2==========

[Our conversations in a mixture of mangled english, spanish and japanese have worked surprisingly well.]

=3==========

[Four people pushing our way through the jungle, for four days. ]

=4==========

>Hey, Itoh-san.

>Isn't it about time you came clear with me?

>What...

>What do you mean?

44-12

=1==========

>You were lying about fleeing to Guatemala through a caucho trail, didn't you!?

>We've been going north all this time, we're nowhere near the nationall border! What is that all about!?

=2==========

>See, Nabe-chan,

=3==========

>Life is but a string of side trips we take.

>Don't you think so?

{Under the tick} tick

=3==========

>You can't fool me even if you talk with that smooth aura!!

>You got the eyes of a liar!!!

>Ok ok

44-13

=1==========

>Come on now, just chew on some peyote to calm down, will ya.

>It will get you in touch with the mexican gods.

>And you're carrying that kinda thing on you!!!!

=2==========

{ヒイイイ} hyeeeeee

44-14

=2==========

>Hyaawawa!

>Pedro, what happened!?

=3==========

>A person! There was someone there!

>Across the pond...

>Someone shot an arrow at me!!

>A person!? Can't be...

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 No.114044

File: 40849d859ab140f⋯.png (163.18 KB, 331x374, 331:374, 20191212_225311.png)

>>114022

Good question. Where are you buddy?

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 No.114087

>>114043

Nabe-chan is the cutest long-suffering editor.

44-10 panel 3

>We've been riding all this way on horses...

This one is odd because it comes out of nowhere and out of context, but I believe it has to do with the picture on panel 4. In other words, it's about horseshit.

Horses have to watch out for their butt, thighs and knees, huh...

44-11 panel 2

>[Our conversations in a mixture of mangled english, spanish and japanese have worked surprisingly well.]

[Our conversations end up a mixture of mangled English, Spanish and Japanese, but work surprisingly well.]

44-11 panel 4

{Above the tick} Tick

44-12 panel 3

>You can't fool me even if you talk with that smooth aura!!

That smooth aura of yours can't fool me!!

44-13 panel 1

>And you're carrying that kinda thing on you!!!!

And you're carrying that kinda stuff on you!!!!

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 No.114088

>>114043

>>114087

Right after I post that I realize I got something wrong. Sorry, folks.

44-10 panel 3

>We've been riding all this way on horses...

くる here refers to the effect something has (similar to 効く), namely, the effect riding a horse has on your butt and thighs.

Horses really work out your butt and thighs, huh...

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 No.114091

File: dfd6c6af5653ddf⋯.jpg (628.68 KB, 720x1024, 45:64, image1.jpg)

File: b521c2fb502516a⋯.png (976.07 KB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 1.png)

File: 3fe57cb940e1f5e⋯.png (974.75 KB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 2.png)

Reverse World Chastity

Chapter 20 raws

Ripped from Valkyrie site.

https://mega.nz/#F!rMlABIJJ!bYz0vztY35vMwk-JbQpGoQ

Feel free to dump the rest if you wanna.

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 No.114092

>>114091

Guess I'll offer the editing again but it looks trickier in places.

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 No.114106

File: 1dede579c8f9eed⋯.png (1.67 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4415.png)

File: bb252e46d3ed19c⋯.png (1.64 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4416.png)

File: 9a32da7c8d03307⋯.jpg (619.25 KB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_045.jpg)

File: 699d634bd6cf5e6⋯.png (1.82 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4418.png)

File: e2a1d1d39706d56⋯.png (1.93 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4419.png)

44-15

=1==========

>There's no sign of anything there...

>I swear!

>It was a man, wearing white clothes,

>And he had long hair...

=2==========

>That... that was kariibe!

>He said "Don't go any further, go back"

>Then the arrow...

=3==========

>What is kariibe?

>Something from the Lacandon tribe. But more important...

=4==========

>Wasn't the Lancadon Forest to the south of the Usumacinta river basin?

>We're into the base of the Yucatan peninsula already.

>No... I heard rumors that they were in this area as well.

>They're this isolated tribe that wants to preserve their old customs...

44-16

=1==========

>A genuine arrow... The real thing has a brutal feel to it.

>A warning...

>That's what this is...

=2==========

>Itoh-san

>Gomes-san

=3==========

>Where do you

>Plan on taking us to?

44-17

Various animal growls and roars

44-18

=1==========

> Ah, I understand.

[Mexico City]

>I'll finish the draft this afternoon in the hotel.

>And fax it to you tomorrow.

=2==========

>Yes... yes... Don't worry about it.

>Bye.

=3==========

>Well

>It's been over three weeks since Mikado told me through the phone he was going to Mexico.

>And Maya too...

>Wonder how they're doing...

44-19

=1==========

>Hmm, I was going to come to Mexico anyway regardless.

>But

>For some reason my memories from coming to Mexico City from Manzanillo are strangely foggy.

>Why is that?

=2==========

>And then there's this suitcase-that-is-just-large-enough-to-fit-a-child-in...

>Why am I carrying this around again?

=3==========

>Whatever

>I must have bought it at the town market or something.

=4==========

>But let's put that aside!

>And go watch some lucha!!

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 No.114107

File: 5e8f5050356e744⋯.jpg (1003.2 KB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_124.jpg)

File: 2a313b34cd4c4df⋯.jpg (33.01 KB, 400x281, 400:281, chankv1.jpg)

>>114106

I had these pages ready by yesterday, but couldn't find the meaning of kariibe (カリーベ). In fact, I still haven't found it. カリーベis referenced again a few pages later(pic related), and not a once after, not even in the next volume (I think, I just glanced through it). The upside of that is that I have researched a lot about the Lancadon people and mayan language, se ai got some new info for you.

Translation Notes

ERRATA: First translated as Hachiwinick, the name Chan K'in and Kayun use to refer to themselves is actually Hach Winik. In their own language it means "real people". Although the lancadon are considered their own ethnic group today, they are actually conposed of numerous remnant mayan groups who wanted to keep their old traditions intact, and as a result their own yucatec mayan language is different from the "official".

The Lacandon Jungle (Spanish: Selva Lacandona) is an area of rainforest which stretches from Chiapas, Mexico, into Honduras and into the southern part of the Yucatán Peninsula. The heart of this rainforest is located in the Montes Azules Biosphere Reserve in Chiapas near the border with Guatemala in the Montañas del Oriente region of the state. The Lacandon is still the largest montane rainforest in North America and one of the last ones left large enough to support jaguars. The Lacandon in Chiapas is also home to a number of important Mayan archeological sites including Palenque, Yaxchilan and Bonampak, with numerous smaller sites which remain partially or fully unexcavated. This rainforest, especially the area inside the Biosphere Reserve, is a source of political tension, pitting the EZLN or Zapatistas and their indigenous allies who want to farm the land against international environmental groups and the Lacandon Maya, the original indigenous group of the area and the one that holds the title to most of the lands in Montes Azures

Chan K'in was a real person: Born in 1900, he was the last t'o'ohil (great one; spiritual leader; guardian of tradition; storyteller) of the Lancadon, the community's chief consultant in matters such as history, mythology, cosmology, the gods, the protocol of rituals, song and dream interpretation. He was responsible for keeping the lancadon's traditions as they came in more contact with foreign cultures. Chan K'in died in 1996. In the second pic that's him and one of his wives, Koh.

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 No.114108

>>114091

Great. I'll get to it after this chapter. We're almost done.

>>114092

I'll take you up on that offer.

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 No.114118

File: af9f9c5acde5c52⋯.png (924.33 KB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 14.png)

File: 5463974be232473⋯.png (1.04 MB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 15.png)

File: f005f9945a49088⋯.png (986.96 KB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 16.png)

>>114108

No rush, I'll do the first-pass scrubbing in the meantime.

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 No.114121

>>114106

>>114107

カリーベ may refer to the Caribe (also called the Kalina), a small group from South America. It also refers to their language. If the Lacandon are a merger of various tribes, maybe the Caribe are a part of that.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caribe (disambiguates to "Kalina people")

The adjustments below are based off this, so if more information comes up later they may need to be reverted or changed again.

44-15 panel 2

>That... that was kariibe!

That... that was Caribe!

44-15 panel 3

>What is kariibe?

What is Caribe?

>Something from the Lacandon tribe. But more important...

He means the Lacandon tribe. But...

44-18 panel 1

>I'll finish the draft this afternoon in the hotel.

I'll finish the draft tonight in my hotel,

44-18 panel 3

>And Maya too...

What with Maya and all...

44-19 panel 3

>I must have bought it at the town market or something.

I'll just sell it at the town market.

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 No.114125

>>114107

>カリーベ

Caribe.

Spanish for Caribbean.

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 No.114135

I guess I would want you guys thoughts as well >>114134

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 No.114141

Whoops, I'm retarded and didn't read what was being replied to.

>>114125

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 No.114151

File: 0880a530f320e5c⋯.png (2.84 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4420.png)

File: b6cd7ad6564b815⋯.png (2.01 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4421.png)

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44-20

=2==========

>Ahh, here they are!

>What a lovely matching couple!

44-21

>Now you two look fit to attend any ballroom banquet anywhere in the world!

44-22

=1==========

>I-I-I can see right through your flattery, you can't woo me, mister!

>teehee

>B-besides, I'm all covered if fur and all that...

>So easy...

=2==========

>Your helicopter pilot took off?

>There isn't a heliport in the hotel, unfortunately.

=3==========

>So where's it?

>Where is your base of operations located?

>I haven't made up my mind on that yet.

>For now I'm making the best I can with a Hijikata branch company.

=4==========

>One that is working with the Mexican government.

>We aim to clear air pollution...

>Are you sure you don't mean oil exploration?

44-23

=1==========

>New oil reserves have been discovered in Yucatan recently.

>And Pemex, the mexican state-run oil company, planned on exploring it. Im sure the Hijikata Heavy Industries plans on taking its share of it too, right?

=2==========

>To be precise, we are in the process of biting into it.

>But that project had to be put on hold for the time being.

{Background} chewing and gnawing noises

=3==========

>You mean you're having trouble with local guerrilla resistance groups?

=4==========

>The Lacandon residents... Consider it their holy site.

>I believe a settlement will be difficult, no matter how much you talk or try to buy it from them.

=5==========

>Indeed.

>However, that is not the real issue here.

>Our greatest hindrance is actually a "Beast".

=6==========

>A beast!?

44-24

=1==========

>An unidentified beast had attacked our research teams and their bodyguards

>Picking them out, one by one.

=2==========

>Get out of here...

>That sounds like the Tomamae bear incident* from the pioneering times in Hokkaido.

>In this day and age, there's no way a man-eating animal would...

=3==========

>We don't know what species it is,

>Or wether it's one or multiple animals.

>But it made the government send people to take care of it.

>And yet, it was cunning enough to...

=4==========

>Well, let's just say I can only think it must be something with human intelligence.

{Bottom} *Tomamae bear incident: In the year 4 of the Taisho era (TN: 1915) 10 people were killed in Japan's worst animal attack in history. Yoshimura Akira based his novel "Kuma Arashi" (The Bear Storm) on this event.

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 No.114152

File: d676616f85f20db⋯.jpg (30.4 KB, 354x499, 354:499, 51dCpQNcb9L._SX352_BO1 204….jpg)

More translation notes, this chapter is a handful

Tomamae bear incident: aka Sankebetsu brown bear incident, aka Rokusensawa bear attack, took place between December 9 and 14, 1915, after a large brown bear woke up from hibernation and repeatedly attacked several houses in the area. Wikipedia lists 7 casualties, contrasting what was said in this chapter. The whole article reads like the plot of a slasher movie. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sankebetsu_brown_bear_incident

Kuma Akashi, by Yoshimura Akira: The novel was published in 1977, and adapted for TV and radio in 1980, and a stage play in 1986.

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 No.114156

>>114121

>>114125

>mixing sell and buy

In spite of the mistake, I'm a little poroud I'm reading more words without the aid of the dictionary.

>Caribe

It didn't cross my mind that "Caribe" could refer to people, and not just the geographical region. This line from Gomes later on is still confusing though, but I won't worry about it for now then. Let's see how this will go.

>>114135

I don't mind meme translations much, since they're usually bad and unfunny and don't actually attempt to pass as useable in the first place, so I won't read them anyway. But adding memes into what is an attempt at real translations usually make me mad. Meme credit pages are fine though.

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 No.114157

File: 0fac9f0e32a7cec⋯.jpg (132.2 KB, 487x416, 487:416, 20191215_121542.jpg)

>>114156

>this line from Gomes

Forgot my pic

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 No.114158

>>114157

>>114156

Actually, the more I look at it, the more it seems he's talking about "caribean" (or at least a member of some group of people).

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 No.114178

>>114156

Learning a language is pretty cool when it just starts clicking in your head like that.

>>114157

>>114158

As >>114125 said, it's likely the Spanish word for "Caribbean". However, the Spanish word apparently covers parts of South America as well, while American English's "Caribbean" mainly refers to the Caribbean Islands. Keeping it "Caribe" leaves it in Spanish and makes the connection to the Lacandon easier without American readers wondering why a bunch of islanders are deep in South America.

For >>114157 specifically, reading this out of context, I'm getting

>Listen up! When a man is killed in the jungle but his friends are allowed to return alive...

>Even those Caribe know what that means.

Swapping out Caribe for "Caribbeans" would still work, so either way.

>>114151

44-22 panel 3

>So where's it?

Where is it?

>Where is your base of operations located?

Where's your base of operations?

>For now I'm making the best I can with a Hijikata branch company.

A Hijikata branch company has been working hard here.

44-22 panel 4

>One that is working with the Mexican government.

__With assistance from the Mexican government,

>We aim to clear air pollution...

it focuses on pollution cleanup and reforestation...

44-23 panel 1

>And Pemex, the mexican state-run oil company, planned on exploring it. Im sure the Hijikata Heavy Industries plans on taking its share of it too, right?

Trying to preserve the biting reference.

And Pemex, the Mexican state-run oil company, planned on exploring it. Hijikata Heavy Industries wants a big bite of that too, right?

44-23 panel 2

>To be precise, we are in the process of biting into it.

To be precise, we plan to bite into it.

>But that project had to be put on hold for the time being.

But that project has stalled.

44-23 panel 3

>You mean you're having trouble with local guerrilla resistance groups?

The locals have gone guerilla... right?

44-23 panel 4

>The Lacandon residents... Consider it their holy site.

The Lacandon homeland... and holy site.

44-24 panel 1

>An unidentified beast had attacked our research teams and their bodyguards

An unidentified beast has been attacking our research teams and bodyguards,

>Picking them out, one by one.

picking them off, one by one.

44-24 panel 3

>Or wether it's one or multiple animals.

Or whether it's one or multiple animals.

>But it made the government send people to take care of it.

It has only attacked people with relations to the government.

>And yet, it was cunning enough to...

Rather cunningly as well...

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 No.114180

File: 363afd62ddbf221⋯.png (1.59 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4425.png)

File: 3480f6e081c363c⋯.png (5.76 MB, 2800x1600, 7:4, Kemono4426&27.png)

File: 6a5af0dd7329bbf⋯.png (1.51 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4428.png)

File: f739f352e8f7a4d⋯.png (1.78 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4429.png)

File: f8cf3fb1f8435e7⋯.png (1.89 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4430.png)

44-25

=1==========

>The indigenous people here are afraid of what they call "wai".

>"Wai"?

>That's how the protector spirit animals that looked over priests and nobility in the times of Mayan civilization used to be called. And yet,

=2==========

>We can't win against them.

>We've sent our first and second military detachments,

>But it seems that unless we burn down that forest...

=3==========

>Sure go ahead and worsen global warming.

>Come on I hope you're not trying to imitate the use of defoliant chemicals in the Vietnam war.

>Public opinion on that is pretty negative, all over the world.

44-26&27

>You could say that the jungle itself

>Is it's own "wai", with intelligence and hostility.

44-28

=1==========

>You think this is the work of a Dokkaku soldier, I suppose?

>As a matterof fact...

>I believe professor Godai and Zombist are working for someone else.

>Makes sense! Considering what they went through in the Hijikata Group.

=2==========

> Now this is getting interesting.

>So they've become somebody else's problem.

>And who's this rival of your company anyway?

=3==========

>The four greatest American financial groups.

>Have you ever heard of them?

44-29

=1&2&3&4==========

>The leader of the so called Seven Sisters, the seven major oil funds international companies of the twentieth century, Rickfeller.

>The Jewish financial conglomerate, Morgen.

>Another matching financial conglomerate, Maron.

>And the scientific research and development industrial group, tied to the weapons industry, also dubbed "Merchants of Death", Dupon.

=5==========

>These four major financial groups formed a pact, and are better known as "Cherubim".

>Together they hold quite the influential power, while posing as independent organizations keeping ties to both neocons and the PNAC.

{Bottom} PNAC: Pact for the New American Century. A conservative think tank that aims to promote american international leadership.

44-30

=1==========

>That sounds way too big for us!

>In fact,

>How do we know you don't just want to trick us into helping you?

>Or rather, what would be your role in all this?

=2==========

>Why, taking care of Yakushimaru Houzan,

>Of course.

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 No.114183

File: 7d42eff9a1d4a5a⋯.png (635.7 KB, 834x1180, 417:590, sketch1576457535861.png)

File: e3cfb071b95693b⋯.png (509.9 KB, 472x1600, 59:200, sketch1576458379951.png)

Anyone got suggestions for the next credits page image/muse?

Im thinking either Nabe-chan or Mihira.

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 No.114184

File: 17045a33291540a⋯.jpg (1.11 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_154.jpg)

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 No.114186

I like how almost every headshot of Mikado and Makura features a big chunk of meat.

>>114183

>>114184

How about Mihira for this one and Nabe-chan for the next?

>>114180

44-25 panel 1

>That's how the protector spirit animals that looked over priests and nobility in the times of Mayan civilization used to be called. And yet,

The name for animal spirit guardians of priests and nobility back during Mayan civilization.

44-25 panel 2

>We can't win against them.

That's what we can't defeat.

>We've sent our first and second military detachments,

Even if the military's first and second divisions went in,

>But it seems that unless we burn down that forest...

they'd end up having to burn down the forest.

44-25 panel 3

>Sure go ahead and worsen global warming.

With global warming a big problem right now,

>Come on I hope you're not trying to imitate the use of defoliant chemicals in the Vietnam war.

using defoliant chemicals like in the Vietnam War

>Public opinion on that is pretty negative, all over the world.

would get us crucified in the court of public opinion.

44-26&27

>Is it's own "wai", with intelligence and hostility.

is its own "wai", intelligent and hostile.

44-28 panel 1

>You think this is the work of a Dokkaku soldier, I suppose?

So you think this is work for a Dokkaku soldier, then?

>As a matterof fact...

As a matter of fact...

>I believe professor Godai and Zombist are working for someone else.

I believe Professor Godai and Zombist are now working for someone else.

>Makes sense! Considering what they went through in the Hijikata Group.

The Hijikata Group has lost all its options!

44-28 panel 2

> Now this is getting interesting.

You seem to be having fun,

>So they've become somebody else's problem.

acting like this isn't your problem...

44-29 panels 1&2&3&4

>The leader of the so called Seven Sisters, the seven major oil funds international companies of the twentieth century, Rickfeller.

The leader of the "Seven Sisters", the seven major international oil companies of the Twentieth century, Rickfeller.

>And the scientific research and development industrial group, tied to the weapons industry, also dubbed "Merchants of Death", Dupon.

And the R&D industrial group tied to the weapons industry, the "Merchants of Death", Dupon.

44-29 panel 5

>These four major financial groups formed a pact, and are better known as "Cherubim".

These four financial giants formed a pact called "Cherubim".

>Together they hold quite the influential power, while posing as independent organizations keeping ties to both neocons and the PNAC.

They hold enormous influence, posing as an independent group while holding ties to PNAC and neoconservative organizations.

>{Bottom} PNAC: Pact for the New American Century. A conservative think tank that aims to promote american international leadership.

{Bottom} PNAC: Project for the New American Century. A conservative think tank that aims to promote american international leadership.

44-30 panel 1

>That sounds way too big for us!

That's a pretty big target!

44-30 panel 2

>Why, taking care of Yakushimaru Houzan,

Why, getting in Yakushimaru Houzan's way,

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 No.114253

File: bfa576a4e991a0a⋯.png (2.02 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, MR2001.png)

File: 106631294b4247f⋯.png (1.79 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, MR2002.png)

File: 007cc8bac4a1309⋯.png (1.78 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, MR2003.png)

File: 77c1c55e649272b⋯.png (1.75 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, MR2004.png)

File: ff46f7d8e3e7f56⋯.png (2.61 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, MR2005.png)

I love this series for both the lewds and for the triggering potential it has.

20-01

=2==========

{Title} Getting into the part-timer life for erotic reasons

>Part-time?

=3==========

>Yes.

>Money is absolutely necessary for me right now, so...

=4==========

>Hypothesis number one: Your computer broke and you want to check erotic sites.

>Hypothesis number two: Your smartphone broke and you want to check erotic sites.

>Hypothesis number three: Theres a VR erotic game you want to buy.

>Hold up! Can't you think of any non-erotic reasons?

=5==========

>Come on now, it's gotta be some lewd excuse, right?

20-02

=1==========

>Rude! I know up until now I've only needed it for erotic books and videos, but this time...

<This time I need it pound a real boy regularly.

=2==========

>...Yep

>It's for lewd reasons...

>...What are you going on about?

20-03

=2==========

>Now I wanna know what her reason was.

>I wish I had a VR system too, that thing must be sweet.

>But, if that's what she really wanted, she would have just said it, no?

>I mean, we're talking about Kawashima here, if it was for something lewd like that she would have confessed, don't you think?

=3==========

>Ah

>What if she got a boyfriend?

>That would explain why at first she got angry when we assumed something lewd, while what she really wanted was money for a date.

>But when she thought better about it, then Kawashima must have switched back to a lewd excuse.

=4===========

>Ka... Kawashima, with a boyfriend?

>Come on, no way!

>Aaaaabsolutely impossible!

20-04

<Or should I say

<If she got a boyfriend, it would be very embarrassing for me!

=2==========

<Ichikawa doesn't count! I wouldn't be surprised one bit if one day she showed up with a boyfriend!

<I don't even know why she hangs out with us in the first place. She's got the high specs to be with different people!

=3==========

>Girl, I wish I could go to a world where I got paid to suck dick all day.

<I so want that too

<Totally

<Well... The fact that she was a pretty girl that liked dirty jokes so much was probably the reason...

<But now, her own self from before her hospitalization is completely gone.

20-05

=1==========

<But I'm

<A whole different case.

=2==========

<I'm not smart, I'm bad at sports, I got an ugly expression, my breasts are tiny, and I'm a perv...

<It's a miracle I'm not fat, despite being this plain.

=3==========

<Uugh... The more I think about it, the worse my chances of getting a boyfriend get.

<In conclusion! If Kawashima has got herself a boyfriend, then the chances of them dumping me will skyrocket!

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 No.114259

>>114253

20-01

>{Title} Getting into the part-timer life for erotic reasons

It's not much, but since this line is a joke off Re:Zero, a bit of a change.

{Title} Starting part-timer life for erotic reasons

20-01 panel 3

>Money is absolutely necessary for me right now, so...

I really need some money right now, so...

20-01 panel 4

>Hypothesis number one: Your computer broke and you want to check erotic sites.

Reason #1: Your computer broke and you can't check porn sites.

>Hypothesis number two: Your smartphone broke and you want to check erotic sites.

Reason #2: Your smartphone broke and you can't check porn sites.

>Hypothesis number three: Theres a VR erotic game you want to buy.

Reason #3: There's some VR porn you want to buy!

>Hold up! Can't you think of any non-erotic reasons?

Hold up! Can't you come up with anything besides porn?

20-03 panel 2

>I mean, we're talking about Kawashima here, if it was for something lewd like that she would have confessed, don't you think?

I can't imagine Kawashima having trouble saying she had a lewd reason to do something...

20-03 panel 3

>That would explain why at first she got angry when we assumed something lewd, while what she really wanted was money for a date.

That would explain why she got angry when we assumed something pervy, when she really wanted money for a date.

>But when she thought better about it, then Kawashima must have switched back to a lewd excuse.

And it's just like her to cover it up with a lewd excuse.

20-04 panel 1

<If she got a boyfriend, it would be very embarrassing for me!

If she got a boyfriend, I'm in real trouble!

20-04 panel 2

<I don't even know why she hangs out with us in the first place. She's got the high specs to be with different people!

I don't even know why she hangs out with us in the first place. She's got the high specs to be with the cool kids!

20-04 panel 3

<But now, her own self from before her hospitalization is completely gone.

but all that disappeared after her hospitalization...

20-05 panel 1

<A whole different case.

completely different!

20-05 panel 2

<I'm not smart, I'm bad at sports, I got an ugly expression, my breasts are tiny, and I'm a perv...

I'm not smart, I'm bad at sports, I got this mean glare, my breasts are tiny, and I'm a perv...

<It's a miracle I'm not fat, despite being this plain.

My only saving grace is that I'm not fat or ugly.

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 No.114295

File: 43717405146b685⋯.png (884.82 KB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 01.png)

File: 9e583d332fd0b9c⋯.png (907.53 KB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 02.png)

File: df14751a46d3f16⋯.png (709.61 KB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 03.png)

File: 7bdfd46a8dde3b9⋯.png (653.92 KB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 04.png)

File: 16a532731cbfbad⋯.png (1.1 MB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 05.png)

>>114259

>>114253

>Starting part-timer life for erotic reasons

(Do I omit the Re: part? It's added, but I can remove. Font suggestions welcome too since it looks bland.)

><This time I need it pound a real boy regularly.

This time I need it to pound a real boy regularly!

>20-01-4

(What is the text next to the girl's head that is not translated?)

>I love this series for both the lewds and for the triggering potential it has.

I'm relishing working on something borderline H like this, it's not work when you're constantly looking at anime tits. Terrible thing is I'm still only up to chapter 9 despite loving the setting.

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 No.114298

>>114295

Check the 4chan dump thread, someone made the title a pun referencing re:zero.

"Re: Ero Kara Hajimaru Baito Seikatsu!

Re: My part-time job life starting from ero!"

Thread

http://boards.4channel.org/a/thread/196769365/teisou-gyakuten-sekai-world-of-moral-reversal

Has translation posts by Striborg so it could help.

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 No.114299

File: 1f5e001972c084d⋯.jpg (477.36 KB, 1748x2449, 1748:2449, Just because I can.jpg)

>>114298

>2019/12/17 01:52:24 - 2019/12/17 16:08:28

Who in their right mind would post anything meaningful there at that speed! I don't trust that archive either. Fair warning, I will expect appropriate credit even to 4chan users if they are used.

https://archive.md/4jD7j#p196783535

Surprised that page with nipples wasn't deleted.

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 No.114303

>>114295

>(What is the text next to the girl's head that is not translated?)

Sorry forgot about that one.

<which one is it?

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 No.114304

>>114298

I don't see any problem with that translation. The official translation for Re:Zero's title is Re:Zero, Starting Life in Another World, so the line could read:

Re: Ero, Starting Part-Timer Life for Lewd Reasons

>>114299

Proofreader here. People can get pretty wound up about being credited for translating, which is the sort of internet drama that prevents scanlation groups from taking it easy. To avoid all that, I don't read other translations until our own is finished, but the open nature of translating on an imageboard means that people can post whatever they want, including other peoples' translations.

If someone wants to claim credit for their work, they'll have to ask for it directly so we can be clear about attribution. That's what was done for Kouya ni Kemono Doukokusu with Sparrow's typesetting work, and the same would apply here. I'd like to know how the translator and typesetter want to handle this issue as well.

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 No.114305

File: 3d20c5cb833b5d1⋯.png (880.44 KB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 01_v2.png)

>>114303

Added.

>>114304

>Re: Ero, Starting Part-Timer Life for Lewd Reasons

Fixed but unfortunately the text width varies now.

>(the rest)

My intent is pre-empting potential drama from uncredited sources (why I did so for the Neptunia raw), but also that from crediting "tainted" sources. That aside I'd prefer the translation work in-house for consistency with the previous ones, it sidesteps that issue neatly.

Credit-wise, it's the same as for ch19 right? Anon raw, anon translation, /animu/ QC and anon typesetting?

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 No.114309

>>114305

Sounds fair, but just fyi striborg and stalker both do "drive by translations" and don't seem anal about attribution. Like Stalker translates for nagatoro in thread and someone else typesets and then uploads it to mangadex and it has no credits at all. Course I get you want to be all "in house", So I suggest just using striborg as a second opinion for odd phrasing or checking for possible puns like the re:ero thing.

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 No.114311

>>114305

Yeah, the credits should be identical unless someone says otherwise.

>>114309

It's nice to know this sort of easygoing scanlation process happens over there as well. The less drama over Indonesian cave paintings, the better.

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 No.114312

>>114309

In that case I won't worry. That's how I like it too. On with the script! No rush though I'm probably busy today/tomorrow.

>>114311

Was the Neptunia one missing the /animu/ credit?

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 No.114318

File: cef79f98739172f⋯.png (2.01 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, MR2006.png)

File: 617928bce104faf⋯.png (2.3 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, MR2007.png)

File: d9fb035abfe6831⋯.png (2.24 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, MR2008.png)

File: 76f3430155c444d⋯.png (2.41 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, MR2009.png)

File: fee17e46f279f82⋯.png (2.19 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, MR2010.png)

I got a big surprise for you.

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 No.114319

File: d5224d884e04b17⋯.png (2.23 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, MR2011.png)

File: ad8c7d8c9ca8045⋯.png (2.12 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, MR2012.png)

File: 6224b850e8aedf8⋯.png (2.38 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, MR2013.png)

File: 742ab867c65af1b⋯.png (2.12 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, MR2014.png)

File: 0b9efdd175d9d55⋯.png (2.43 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, MR2015.png)

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 No.114320

File: 60bce4c3e0d2e6d⋯.png (2.06 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, MR2016.png)

File: 9cd556cb68085f0⋯.png (2.28 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, MR2017.png)

File: eaa166760120baa⋯.png (1.89 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, MR2018.png)

File: 5ae2cd1f809b978⋯.png (1.92 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, MR2019.png)

File: 493ebaab5f1c388⋯.png (2.33 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, MR2020.png)

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 No.114321

File: fc5526b1c21f33d⋯.png (2.39 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, MR2021.png)

20-06

=1==========

>If only Kawashima kept herself from getting a boyfriend until graduating from high school...

>Just worry about love after graduation, when I don't have to know about it!

=3==========

>Kanzaki, can you go get some stuff for me from the old school building?

=4==========

>Shit, why does this kind of thing always happens to me?

=5==========

>Just go get it yourself, you...

>hmm?

20-07

=2==========

<Kawashima? What is she doing here?

<Right here?

<Is that Urisugi? Eh? What is Kawashima doing with a boy here?

=3==========

>What if she got a boyfriend?

=4==========

<Eh? No way! Really? But what are they doing in the old building without anyone around?

<What? Are they gonna do it? Did they came here to fuck??

=5==========

<Ha! As if!

<Those two are probably here for the same reason as I am. Teacher must have asked them to come and fetch something too!

20-08

=1==========

>ah

>hmm

>uh

>AH!!

=2==========

>If you had waited until after school, we could have done this on the bed or in the bath you know.

>hmm

=3==========

>Seems like perverted girls really got no patience, Kawashima-san.

>It's... it's normal for girls to be perverted...

20-09

=1==========

<They're... they're doing it...

<They're doing it for real...

=2==========

<She has a boyfriend...

<But... isn't that too soon?

<It's too soon in their relationship to be doing that, right?

=3==========

>Even if it's just 3000 yen a go,

>Doesn't it get hard on your wallet, doing it every day?

20-10

=1==========

>Yeaah...

>To tell the truth, it's very hard...

>But I can't resist

=2==========

>That's bad y'know.

=3==========

>Ah!

>Aahn!!!

=4==========

>Keep it down, we're still in school.

>Even if you tell me that...

20-11

=1==========

<That's no boyfriend!

<Money... He's doing it for money...

=2==========

<The same Urisugi-kun who no one can guess what's going through his head...

<Doing something like that

<idiot

<pant

<pant

=3==========

<You can't judge a book by its cover...

<Even more... for 3000 yen...

=4==========

>ha!

20-12

=1==========

<Wait a minute, if he's doing it for money...

<Then I can do him too, right?

=3==========

<I... I've got 3000 yen...

<What... What if I ask it from him?

20-13

=3==========

{Letter} When leave to home, go to old chool building's files room.

TN: Kanzaki is barely literate, it seems

=4==========

<Who could have sent such a stupid letter...

<Maybe Kanzaki-san?

=7==========

<Definitely

<Kanzaki-san.

a prostitute.

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 No.114322

>>114321

>body was too long

20-14

=1==========

<But we barely talk to each other, so there is no way this is a love letter...

<Well... I can guess what this is about...

=2==========

<He's reading it... It's too late to back down now.

=3==========

<Now that I'm thinking about it, doesn't that read like a love letter?

<I'm such an idiot. Now I'm even more scared...

=4==========

<Crap, which one should I go with now?

<Should I say "Here I'll pay you, let's do it" or "I really like you let's get together"?

20-15

=1==========

<Wait, no, but wasn't that talk about "3000 yen a go" definitely super lewd?

<Crap, I just put myself into some sort of social game of chance. What kind of idiot am I!?

<This is bad! Bad!

=2==========

<What if he agrees to it at first, but then after taking my money he refuses to do it with a piece of trash like me?

<Sorry it's physically impossible

=3==========

<UWAAAAAAAA

<SCARY! SCARY! SCARY!

>Fuuuuuuuck! I knew I shouldn't have done it!

[She spiraled into an endlessly negative train of thought]

20-16

=2==========

<This is scarier than if I had to make a presentation in front of the whole school.

<I'd prefer he didn't show up... I hope he thinks it's a prank and just go home!

20-17

=1==========

>Why did you call me here,

>Kanzaki-san?

=2==========

>On... on lunch break,

>You and Kawashima

>Were doing it in this room... right?

=3==========

>Ah, so you saw us.

>What about it then?

=4==========

>Y-y-y-y-you're doing it for 3000 yen right?

>So you'll do it with me too!

>RIGHT?

=5==========

<Hey hey! What the fuck am I saying!? I just let it out! Shut up!

<I think I said a little too much there!

20-18

=1==========

<Wait, did it sound like I was threatening him just now?

<Oh shit! If he backs down, I'm dead! I can't stand an embarrassment of that level! My social life will be over!

=2==========

<That's it... I'm done...

>Yeah sure.

=3==========

<Eh?

=4==========

>So, we can go to my place.

<Ye....

20-19

<YEEEEEEEEEEESSSS

<YES YES YES

<FUCK YEEEEAAAAHHH!!

=2==========

<shaaaa!

<uwaaa

TN: alternatively: ♩ ♪ ♫ ♬ You're the best! (around) Nothing's gonna ever keep you down!♩ ♪ ♫ ♬

20-20

=1==========

<What?

<I get it that you're happy but,

<That's quite the change of mood...

=2==========

<Oh thank god...

<Even more than happy...

<I'm so relieved right now.

=3==========

>Thanks!

>You really saved me!

>Saved you!?

=4==========

>And thanks for showing up in such a short notice too.

<Bye!!

>Woah woah, wait a minute!

=5==========

>Don't you want to do it today?

>Or tomorrow, or after that?

20-21

=4==========

>... you mean...

>do the pervy things, right...?

>Then yeah... can we please do it today...?

>It's she alright!?

{Lower left} And so begins the chronicles of the piece of trash JK hiring a prostitute.

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 No.114324

File: 7280ea4ba3d25eb⋯.png (398.77 KB, 501x749, 501:749, 20191219_002629.png)

Seeing that the translation was already done somewhere got me pumped to do it all in one go. I still didn't read thatthread though. One of the reasons I do this is to practice, and reading a translation beforehand would be cheating.

Credits pages on Neptunia were all correct iirc.

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 No.114340

>>114322

>prostitute.

Does JP have a word for gigolo or is it explicitly left as feminine prostitute?

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 No.114342

I can see the mistakes I've made, some pretty easy to spot now that I'm looking at it, both for lack of adequate grammar interpretation, but also plain absent minded mistakes. Time to use the extra free time to get back to studying grammar again.

>>114340

It's the same word. I don't know if using gigolo counts as a compromise, gonna wait for the proofreader to speak on this.

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 No.114345

>>114340

It's just "buying a prostitute" (買春) but gigolo works. If the typesetter prefers "prostitute" that would be fine too.

>>114318

>>114319

>>114320

>>114321

20-06 panel 1

>If only Kawashima kept herself from getting a boyfriend until graduating from high school...

As long as Kawashima graduates high school without a boyfriend...

>Just worry about love after graduation, when I don't have to know about it!

Do your romance stuff after graduation, somewhere else!

20-6 panel 4

>Shit, why does this kind of thing always happens to me?

Shit, why does this kind of thing always happen to me?

20-07 panel 4

<What? Are they gonna do it? Did they came here to fuck??

What? Are they gonna do it? Did they come here to fuck??

20-08 panel 2

>If you had waited until after school, we could have done this on the bed or in the bath you know.

If you had waited until after school, we could have done this on the bed or in the bath, you know.

>hmm

Nnh

20-07 panel 3

>Seems like perverted girls really got no patience, Kawashima-san.

You're such an impatient and perverted girl, Kawashima-san.

20-09 panel 3

>Doesn't it get hard on your wallet, doing it every day?

Isn't it hard on your wallet, doing it every day?

20-10 panel 1

>But I can't resist

Gimme a discount♡

20-10 panel 2

>That's bad y'know.

No way.

20-11 panel 2

<Doing something like that

Doing something like that...

<idiot

*vacant*

20-11 panel 3

<Even more... for 3000 yen...

And only for 3000 yen...

20-12 panel 3

<What if I ask it from him?

So I can ask him too...?

20-13

=3==========

{Letter} When leave to home, go to old chool building's files room.

Here's an alternate badly-spelled suggestion (Kanzaki knows very little kanji). Typesetter, do as you please:

After skool, cum to the old bilding's refrents room.

20-13 panel 7

<Definitely

That settles it.

<Kanzaki-san.

It's Kanzaki-san.

20-14 panel 1

<But we barely talk to each other, so there is no way this is a love letter...

We barely talk to each other, and there's no way this is a love letter...

<Well... I can guess what this is about...

20-14 panel 4

<Crap, which one should I go with now?

Thinking about, asking someone to fuck for money is tough...

<Should I say "Here I'll pay you, let's do it" or "I really like you let's get together"?

Isn't saying "I love you, go out with me" actually a whole lot easier?

20-15 panel 1

<Wait, no, but wasn't that talk about "3000 yen a go" definitely super lewd?

Wait, was that "3000 yen a go" talk actually about sex?

<Crap, I just put myself into some sort of social game of chance. What kind of idiot am I!?

What if they were talking about pulling the gacha in a mobile game while they were fucking... am I just really stupid?

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 No.114346

>>114318

>>114319

>>114320

>>114321

>>114345

20-15 panel 2

<What if he agrees to it at first, but then after taking my money he refuses to do it with a piece of trash like me?

What if he's really selling himself, but still refuses me because I'm a third-rate woman?

20-16 panel 1

The sign behind Kanzaki's head says:

Peeping at boys while they're changing is a crime!

20-16 panel 2

<This is scarier than if I had to make a presentation in front of the whole school.

This is scarier than a solo recital in front of the whole school...

<I'd prefer he didn't show up... I hope he thinks it's a prank and just go home!

I'd prefer he didn't show up... I hope he thinks it's a prank and just goes home!

20-17 panel 2

>On... on lunch break,

D... during lunch break,

20-17 panel 5

<Hey hey! What the fuck am I saying!? I just let it out! Shut up!

Oh... oh God! What the fuck am I saying!? Calm down! Shut up!

<I think I said a little too much there!

There must've been a better way of saying that!

20-18 panel 1

<Oh shit! If he backs down, I'm dead! I can't stand an embarrassment of that level! My social life will be over!

Oh shit! If he refuses me I'm dead! This isn't just something embarrassing I've done! ! I'll never be able to show my face in public again!

20-18 panel 2

<That's it... I'm done...

I'm done for... it's all over--

>Yeah sure.

Sure, okay.

20-20 panel 2

<Oh thank god...

To be clear, this is the handwritten part above her head.

Oh thank god... really, thank god...

<Even more than happy...

More than feeling happy,

<I'm so relieved right now.

I'm just so relieved right now...

20-20 panel 4

>And thanks for showing up in such a short notice too.

And thanks for showing up on such short notice, too.

20-20 panel 5

>Don't you want to do it today?

We aren't doing it today?

>Or tomorrow, or after that?

So tomorrow, or sometime after?

20-21 panel 4

>... you mean...

Oh, right...

>do the pervy things, right...?

This was about sex...

>Then yeah... can we please do it today...?

Um... please take care of me today...

>It's she alright!?

Is this girl alright!?

>{Lower left} And so begins the chronicles of the piece of trash JK hiring a prostitute.

Everyone reading this would know that JK = high-school girl, right? If the typesetter wants to swap that in, go for it.

{Lower left} The alternate-world gigolo arc for third-rate JKs begins!

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 No.114357

So now that a few weeks have passed, I still want to know why you think this website is better than the perfectly usable bunker that you left for no good reason.

I'm serious. I genuinely want to know why you think it's a good idea to try sharing scanned images of manga on an image board that can't host images.

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 No.114360

I don't think kanzaki is bad at reading, just that she was so nervous she had trouble writing that note. Notice one character is crossed out so she probably flubbed that one and made a new one under it. I think you should have a word misspelled with a strike through and the correct spelling after it would roughly represent the same thing.

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 No.114363

>>114360

The other problem with Kanzaki's note is that several obvious kanji have been replaced with hiragana, which is a standard gag for poor writing ability. Only replacing one misspelled word wouldn't get this across.

The translator's output and proofreader's suggestion can be tweaked by the typesetter to find something comfortable. There's always one final QA round where it can be finalized.

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 No.114372

File: 27548c5af179f07⋯.png (1010.15 KB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 06.png)

File: eb1bbdab2291e4f⋯.png (1000.91 KB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 07.png)

File: be45e41716547d9⋯.png (945.76 KB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 08.png)

Again, no rush, this is going to be slower. Mega folder.

https://mega.nz/#F!dJMlhCyY!eX6uCn5RQPV_pIlNsWu7xg

20-08-03 SFX is は (Ha~) I believe. Correct me if wrong.

>>114357

No need to exaggerate. The bigger issues is the hit your userbase took from the outage, and that there was no real agreement of where to settle. I'm at least aware of the bunker and thread if anything happens, and don't generally close tabs.

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 No.114374

>>114372

page 08

>Seems like perverted girls really got no patience, Kawashima-san.

was previously corrected to

>You're such an impatient and perverted girl, Kawashima-san.

>20-08-03 SFX is は (Ha~) I believe. Correct me if wrong.

that is correct

>>114357

TL here. Technically the bunker is a better site, for sure. But my reason for moving was because the community was mostly moving back. Not only /animu/'s userbase, but other boards as well. And since I got into translation for both my own sake (I really wantto learn the language) and to give to other anons what they want to read, moving to a higher traffic place seemed like the best idea.

But I don't want to act like I own the team or anything like that. If the proofreader and typesetter(s) find the current state of 8kun to be too bad, we can move back. I personally haven't had any major issues for some time now. Posting pics used to be a pain, since they didn't come through half of the time. But recently it's been working pretty smoothly.

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 No.114376

File: 08c6bcaebea5f0f⋯.jpg (41.1 KB, 614x480, 307:240, 95372.jpg)

R.I.P. in alcohol, king.

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 No.114399

File: 77e454b19b0b2eb⋯.png (940.77 KB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 08.png)

File: cdae58ac5740270⋯.png (1.02 MB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 09.png)

File: 4ed5730252ab572⋯.png (1015.17 KB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 10.png)

File: 19fb350d1bb8019⋯.png (955.13 KB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 11.png)

Trickle trickle.

>>114374

>was previously corrected to

Fixed, mixed up script and erratum.

>hosting

I'd prefer everyone on /animu/ decided on one or the other but as long as this thread's users are in one spot and have a fallback option it's no problem as far as I'm concerned.

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 No.114409

File: c77bd76adadd9f2⋯.png (2.6 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4501.png)

File: dc8f9794105d5c9⋯.png (6.55 MB, 2800x1600, 7:4, Kemono4502&03.png)

File: c502845d71d5568⋯.png (2.08 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4504.png)

File: dab48c51fd8f4cc⋯.png (2.14 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4505.png)

File: 7f6ea93840bc19a⋯.jpg (1.23 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_064.jpg)

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 No.114410

File: 522d5e69fa3426d⋯.png (2.63 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4507.png)

File: 4c37999f3d59fd4⋯.png (2.85 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4508.png)

File: 877533d041bf65d⋯.png (2.19 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4509.png)

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 No.114411

File: 78a271e45e58db3⋯.png (7.41 MB, 2800x1600, 7:4, Kemono4510&11.png)

File: 1b4b67acd47d4b2⋯.png (2.71 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4512.png)

File: c3e13901bcd1937⋯.png (3.12 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4513.png)

File: 47625ce07f65eb0⋯.png (1.63 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4514.png)

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 No.114412

File: af6511777ffb847⋯.png (1.76 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4515.png)

45-01

=1==========

>phew

>As you'd expect, the higher we go, the windier it gets.

{Background} wind howling

=2==========

>Ther fog is clearing up, but it got a lot warmer, fast.

=3==========

>A... amazing!

>It's just like a sea...

45-02&03

{Title} Sacrament

>A sea of trees!!

45-04

=1==========

>So it really is possible to be moved to tears just from seeing a stunning scenery.

>It's such a humbling experience for us artists.

=2==========

>Well,

>Looks like that "island" is our destination.

>But I can't see any hints of trails going through the jungle.

>Guess it's gonna take us the whole day just to get there.

=3==========

>Are those ruins?

>And unexcavated too.

>That pyramid is covered in bushes and earth.

45-05

=1==========

>Mayan archeology is still a field in development,

>Most archeological sites are in progress,

>There's a lot to learn from them.

>Some ruins are abandoned, as they haven't decided on when to start excavations on them yet.

>I bet there are lots of unexplored historical ruins out there.

=2==========

>Is that one of those ruins?

>Beats me.

=3==========

>I met Gomes occasionally in a bar in Mexico City.

>He told me he saw one of those before.

=5==========

>When he was out there looking for new trees to farm caucho.

>That's when he found it.

45-06

=2&4==========

{sfx} Roars

TN: I think ヤギィル and ルゥアア あて supposed to be a jaguar/big feline howl or roar.

45-07

=7==========

>He found an entrance to that underground cave entirely by chance...

>Underground?

45-08

=1==========

>There was some light there, maybe from luminous moss, or light emitting bacteria.

>As his eyes got used to it, he came to see his surroundings a little better.

45-09

=4==========

>What was that? I've never seen it before, that kinda animal.

>It must be two meters long!

45-12

=1==========

>Wha... what is going on here?

>More than half of this piramid is underground!!

=2==========

>Some light is coming through that crack in the ceiling.

>I must be really close to the surface.

=3==========

>This is a huge discovery!!

>And I just stumbled into it!

>I bet theres a bunch of gold in here too!!

45-13

=1==========

>Woah!

>Wha... what is that thing!??

>It's huge!!

=3===========

>Uwaaa!!

45-14

=1==========

>Really? A piramid? Coming out of an underground lake, in a huge cave?

>Sounds like something straight out of a manga.

=2==========

>I wish! Look, you're only saying that because you don't know anything.

>Yucatan's limestone soil has unique features and if you think about it then it's quite possible that it could be true.

=3==========

>Was it buried down?

>Or was it constructed from the ground up in that inderground? Who knows?

>If more than half of it is underground,

>Then that makes it the largest Mayan structure there is, even greater than Tikal's Temple IV, with it's 70 meters.

=4==========

>How about you stop worrying about stuff that doesn't concern us.

>We're talking about putting our lives at risk here!

>You know, last night...

=5==========

>I'm speculating, but...

45-15

=1==========

>There is a chance Gomes and Pedro were scheming together, and made it all up.

>So they could hike up their prices.

=2==========

>But what if they had scared us into turning back?

>They would look for another sucker

>To charge their overpriced fees from.

=3==========

>So, you think Gomes-shi was lying then?

>I'm not sure.

>In any case, we do have a piramid right in front of us.

>I get the feeling his story might be real.

=4==========

>Well, I can tell that arrow from last night was real, alright!

>It gave away the feel of an actual lethal weapon.

>That arrowhead looked really nasty.

TN: 黒いシミ, "black spot", I think is a figurative expression for this kind of negative feeling.

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 No.114426

>>114409

>>114410

>>114411

>>114412

Tombs & Treasure!

45-01 panel 1

>As you'd expect, the higher we go, the windier it gets.

As you'd expect, the higher we go,

the windier it gets.

45-01 panel 2

>Ther fog is clearing up, but it got a lot warmer, fast.

As soon as the fog cleared up, it got a lot warmer, fast.

45-04 panel 1

>So it really is possible to be moved to tears just from seeing a stunning scenery.

So it really is possible to be moved to tears just from seeing stunning scenery.

>It's such a humbling experience for us artists.

Such a bracing view forces us artists to admit how powerless we are.

45-05 panel 1

>Mayan archeology is still a field in development,

Mayan archaeology is a developing field.

>Most archeological sites are in progress,

Most archaeological sites are still in progress,

>There's a lot to learn from them.

and no commonly accepted theories exist.

>I bet there are lots of unexplored historical ruins out there.

Others probably haven't even been discovered.

45-05 panel 2

>Is that one of those ruins?

Would that be one of those?

45-05 panel 3

>I met Gomes occasionally in a bar in Mexico City.

I happened to meet Gomes in a bar in Mexico City.

>He told me he saw one of those before.

That's when he told me what he saw...

45-05 panel 5

>When he was out there looking for new trees to farm caucho.

He'd been out looking for wild caucho trees

>That's when he found it.

when he found it.

45-07 panel 7

>He found an entrance to that underground cave entirely by chance...

He discovered an underground entrance entirely by chance...

45-12 panel 1

>Wha... what is going on here?

Wha... what the....

>More than half of this piramid is underground!!

More than half of the pyramid is underground!!

45-12 panel 3

>And I just stumbled into it!

If I play my cards right

>I bet theres a bunch of gold in here too!!

I might make a fortune...!!

45-12 panel 5

Hm..?

45-14 panel 1

>Really? A piramid? Coming out of an underground lake, in a huge cave?

An underground cave with a deep lake that leads to a pyramid...?

>Sounds like something straight out of a manga.

Sounds like a romance manga setting written with nothing but passion...

45-14 panel 3

>Was it buried down?

Did it sink, or was it buried?

>Or was it constructed from the ground up in that inderground? Who knows?

Or was it built underground from the start? Who knows?

>Then that makes it the largest Mayan structure there is, even greater than Tikal's Temple IV, with it's 70 meters.

Then that makes it even larger than the Tikal Temple IV, the largest known Mayan structure at 70 meters.

45-15 panel 2

>They would look for another sucker

They'd take a huge guide fee

>To charge their overpriced fees from.

and look for another sucker..._

45-15 panel 3

>In any case, we do have a piramid right in front of us.

In any case, we do have a pyramid right in front of us.

>I get the feeling his story might be real.

And his story felt real to me.

45-15 panel 4

>It gave away the feel of an actual lethal weapon.

It felt like an actual lethal weapon.

>That arrowhead looked really nasty.

The "black stain" might refer to a poison-tipped sheen.

The arrowhead had been stained with something black, too.

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 No.114431

File: 424077f7d9e1706⋯.png (1.03 MB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 12.png)

File: c33d49febe7d0f2⋯.png (1.01 MB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 13.png)

File: e28a0c0659b07d3⋯.png (962.73 KB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 14.png)

File: bef75fc707630c8⋯.png (1.07 MB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 15.png)

#12 is incomplete, what is the SFX behind the erasure? The replacement text is too small.

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 No.114439

>>114431

Some adjustments were made to the original translation; they can be found in >>114345 and >>114346 . Though most are minor, a few points (like 20-15-1) are major changes.

The sound effects on page 12 are:

panel 2:

パラ… *flip*

panel 3:

ごくっ… *gulp*

ドッドッドッ *rumble*

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 No.114446

File: 63f04e06613cc6c⋯.png (1.04 MB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 12.png)

File: e261e17def74228⋯.png (1.01 MB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 13.png)

File: 0e6d1d85ca51f00⋯.png (963.31 KB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 14.png)

File: 9f37dcd8524dca1⋯.png (1.07 MB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 15.png)

File: 0fdb6c18bda7b8a⋯.png (984.56 KB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 16.png)

>>114439

Damn it I'm mixing the original and erratum again. Sorry! Here's "final" #12 and the rest. There's other small corrections across the board so as always, use Mega final/ for QC/master. Still needs a credit page I'm not sure what to do there.

>ドッドッドッ

Thanks.

Imagine actually talking about your dumb gacha game while making out.

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 No.114447

File: c76122d02728560⋯.png (990 KB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 17.png)

File: 68d08744e963e6d⋯.png (775.6 KB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 18.png)

File: 08b6bc1cf1cb135⋯.png (830.28 KB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 19.png)

File: c68e4591e65dfef⋯.png (923.89 KB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 20.png)

File: 7ae3b89ff58375e⋯.png (1.04 MB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 21.png)

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 No.114456

File: 6ebcdb15c1df278⋯.png (1.4 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4516.png)

File: f6cd19a1b6a2286⋯.png (1.59 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4517.png)

File: 1d40a9c8f022c12⋯.png (1.94 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4518.png)

File: df6c726e2accde2⋯.png (1.63 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4519.png)

File: bea5101b9b575ac⋯.png (1.68 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4520.png)

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 No.114457

File: 1dd4b74d2dd4bbc⋯.png (1.94 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4521.png)

File: 3abb28c3bfd0043⋯.png (2.37 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4522.png)

File: 57d5f76f9cf969a⋯.png (2 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4523.png)

File: 6cba823134c53e7⋯.png (1.74 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4524.png)

File: 90fc774d1bf7872⋯.png (1.96 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4525.png)

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 No.114458

File: 4c8627e06a7aeef⋯.png (2.06 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4526.png)

File: 15fa205f27f743a⋯.png (1.81 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4527.png)

File: 0b3cb569a63ee55⋯.png (1.22 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4528.png)

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45-16

=1==========

>The mayan population has over 8 million people, living across multiple countries in central america, protecting their original religious practices and customs.

>A scholar once said,

>That the so called "sudden disappearance" of these people was nothing but a myth.

=2==========

>The mayan culture keeps on living even in the present day.

>I think his name was Akashi... Kosuke or something.

=4==========

>Right, let's eat breakfast and then gather our stuff.

>Yes, we should do that.

>The sooner we turn back and go home the better.

=5==========

>Go home?

45-17

=2==========

>Itoh-san!!!

=3==========

>You see, there's this big-shot tv producer that I know,

>And he sponsored me with a few million yen.

>I can't just go back with nothing to show for it.

>He may or may not be connected with some dangerous people.

{Handwritten} These geeks are so stingy when it comes to data-collection funds.

>I don't care! You can go die alone!!!

{Handwritten} And this is what you call data-collecting!?

=4==========

>Don't worry about it, we're not in a conflict zone.

>There's no reason anyone would attack us out of nowhere.

>If we get tangled in some misunderstanding,

>You can leave any explaining to me.

>I know a bit of spanish.

45-18

=3==========

>Yakushimaru

>Houzan

=4==========

>That's right.

>Our common enemy.

45-19

=1==========

>Mi... Mikado!

=3==========

>Focus,

>We're not in the battlefield now...

>Don't worry, this isn't an interview or anything of the sort.

=4==========

>In conclusion, you're Hijikata Group's final resource.

>Their own secret weapon.

=5==========

>I can't say I've ever been too proud of my position

>But at least they also never had many expectations from me!!

<It's delightfully liberating, not having people expect anything from you anyway...

>They actually consider me a burden, more or less.

=6==========

>Had I died in the jungle,

>Then Makoto and Haruomi Hijikata would be both very glad, I'm sure.

45-20

=1==========

>How did you figure the timing,

>To enter the stage and offer to get in Houzan's way?

>It must have been difficult to figure that out.

=3==========

>Having Cherubin steal your achievement from you must have been pretty embarrassing, but,

>In the end it looks like they want the same thing as your people, to get rid of Metzabok.

=4==========

>Hrm...

=5==========

>The car that should have met us in Manzanillo never came.

>I wonder if the reason for that had anything to do with the Gran Tres, or Zombist, or if it was something different.

45-21

=1==========

>What if "a certain someone" had been watching us ever since the El Santo arrived in the harbor,

>Then leaked our whereabouts to the Gran Tres.

>Just so later he could show up with an innocent looking face.

>That way we would owe him a debt of gratitude.

=2==========

>Are you suspecting meeeee?

>It's just a hypothesis, I don't have evidence of any of that.

=3==========

>Instead of worrying about speculations, I want you to look at the facts in front of you!

>I am putting my life at risk by helping you two, after all!

45-22

=1==========

>You were their primary target back there!

>You sly dog!!!!

{Fan} Billiken-san's fury

=2==========

>What the... Why do you have a paper fan on you!?

<Dokkaku soldier slapstick can be life threatening, you know!

>Paper fans are normal everyday carry for people from Kansai!

>Cellphones are optional!*

=3==========

<People from Kansai carry paper fans everywhere they go...

{Notebook} Slapstickology notes

TN: I can't identify the first kanji there. The rest does say "-ology" (as in field of study) and "note"

{コンコン} knock knock

=5==========

>Excuse me.

TN: I don't think this needs to feature in the typeset chapter, but I'm adding it in case anyone is curious. Makura's literal lines were:

>When it comes to "kētai", paper fans are normal for Kansai people.

>I rarely make phone calls anyway.

The pun is that ケータイ (kētai) means "everyday carry", but it has become synonymous with "cellphone"

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 No.114459

>>114458

45-23

=2==========

>What is it?

>I have a package to be delivered

=3==========

>To Señor Mikado,

>and Señorita Makura

TN: They're speaking spanish now and throughout the rest of the chapter. Worth TN-ing since the final typeset text won't make a difference between horizontal and vertical texts like in japanese.

=7==========

>Are you sure about those names? They weren't in the guest name registry after all...

45-24

=1==========

>I don't care if you take this man's life.

>But it would bring all sorts of trouble to you, kid.

=2==========

>So how about you let me inside already.

=3&4==========

{クンクン} sniff sniff

=5==========

>I've been looking for you,

>Makura

>Mikado

=6==========

>Hey there.

>You finally came, old man.

45-25

=1==========

>I bought this suitcase for dirty cheap on an online store.

>Very convenient.

=2==========

>It's good to see you two are safe.

=3==========

>Smell of blood

>Chan K'in,

>Are you injured?

=4==========

>Umph

>I got careless.

>It was a man from the Gran Tres, with a knife.

>But the wound was superficial, and it's already taken care of.

=5==========

>I was probing this man's mind, and it seems they are already searching this place.

>I see...

45-26

=1==========

>I was hoping the Gran Tres didn't know about this place yet.

=2==========

>Too late for that, they already have all exits, entrances and lobby under watch.

>Depending on how many people there are here, they might raid this place sooner or later.

=3==========

>Pajra has already fallen into the hands of the enemy.

>And I found out what happened to the car that was supposed to meet us at the harbor.

=4==========

>Someone jumped unarmed onto the truck's car while it was moving.

>Then smashed the windshield and killed both drivers.

45-27

=1==========

>And you know what that kind of modus operandi means...

=2==========

>Yeah...

=3==========

>Doesn't that mean I'm clear?

=4==========

{Sign} Innocent

TN: I'm not sure if that says 無援 (helpless, unsupporting) or 無派 (belonging to no party), so I went with "innocent".

=5==========

>So, I've come up with an escape plan...

>Please don't ignore meeee!!

45-28

=1==========

>I heard that someone from the Hijikata Group came to Mexico.

>I suppose that was you, kid?

=2==========

>Yes.

>I've been taking care of Mikado-san and his company since the harbor was attacked!

=3==========

>Then, out of consideration, I'll overlook you.

>Now get the hell out of Mexico.

=4==========

>Wait a moment.

>I was sent here to stop Yakushimaru Houzan from destroying Metzabok.

>We can work together!

45-29

=1==========

>Suppose you succeed in taking Houzan down.

>Then what would be the Hijikata Group's next step?

=2==========

>Maybe we would start negotiations with Metzabok, maybe we could get into a conflict...

>Frankly, that's beyond my field of responsibilities, so I don't know.

=3==========

>But if we joined forces with you,

>You might work as an informant for your group.

=4==========

>That might be true, but my part in all this isn't any better either.

>Im getting into a position in which I don't know what could happen to me, I'd be at your mercy, to be restrained or even killed.

=5==========

>Hmph...

45-30

=1==========

>What do you think, Mikado?

=2==========

>You want,

>My opinion on this guy?

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 No.114460

File: 5d0518656233bd8⋯.jpg (11.98 KB, 170x255, 2:3, 170px-Billiken_side_view.jpg)

File: 790c6fd2ee7c4bb⋯.jpg (31.09 KB, 220x302, 110:151, 220px-Billiken_sketch_by_F….jpg)

Translation Notes:

Billiken: The Billiken is a charm doll created by an American art teacher and illustrator, Florence Pretz of Kansas City, Missouri, who is said to have seen the mysterious figure in a dream. Billiken is known as "The God of Things As They Ought to Be." were enshrined. Pre-World War II statues of the Billiken could be found in Kobe city's Chinju Inari and Matsuo Inari shrines. Both of these statues were removed from display for many years at the onset of the war when foreign deities fell out of favor. A replica of the statue was placed in the second-generation Tsūtenkaku Tower in 1980. The Billiken was a star in Sakamoto Junji's 1996 comedy Billiken in which the statue is restored to the Tsutenkaku in an effort to revive the popularity of the tower and save Shinsekai.Presently he resides on the fifth floor observation deck and has become closely associated with the tower. Each year thousands of visitors place a coin in his donation box and rub the soles of his well-worn feet to make their wishes come true.

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 No.114462

>>114446

Some small issues:

On page 14 panel 4, the adjusted translation left out the word "it" by accident. It should read

>Thinking about it, asking someone to fuck for money is tough...

On page 16 panel 2, the white border around the letter "s" in "school" disappears, making it hard to read.

>This is scarier than a solo recital in front of the whole school...

Finally, someone mentioned that the translation of Kanzaki's note on page 13 panel 3 might be too mean to her writing ability. Here's a suggested change:

>After school, cumcome to the old building's refrents room

I don't remember if prolikewoah supports strikeout, that's what I was going for

As for the credits page, please credit the proofreader as /animu/.

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 No.114463

>>114460

Forgot to add:

Even after looking it up, I still have no fucking idea how this translates as a joke in any way.

>>114447

As for the credits page: you can keep translator as "anonymous", as for a joke, other than Kanzaki's illiteracy I have nothing to point out.

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 No.114464

>>114456

Crap, I just noticed a TN didn't come with the text, and right on the first page in that post

>8 million

was my first literal translation, but writing 8 million in kanji also means "countless", so that's probably what Itoh means in that line.

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 No.114466

File: 56cb936999b94b6⋯.png (1.01 MB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 13.png)

File: 7d613118ffeb487⋯.png (393.78 KB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 22_credits.png)

>>114463

>>114462

Fixed, and I assume the scribble-out should be present on 13-3 as it is in the original Japanese. finalv2/ on the Mega now.

Also template credit page I don't know what I want to put there. Maybe 4Kids Yu-Gi-Oh! scribble "translation"? I don't mind what gets used, 04-3's "want to suck dicks" probably works on its own. If nothing else, uploading is fine when you want.

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 No.114467

File: 44f0f891bde6ca8⋯.png (396.4 KB, 1125x1600, 45:64, low effort.png)

File: 1370275c9ef2f6c⋯.png (581.64 KB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 01.png)

File: 4d2f494db7985cd⋯.png (590.8 KB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 02.png)

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 No.114472

>>114467

If no one objects, I'll upload it with the third credits page there tomorrow morning.

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 No.114473

File: 0876821c4c4090f⋯.png (289.09 KB, 1200x1721, 1200:1721, tl_03.png)

>>114472

Typesetter likes #3 as well. Forgot about the roots of the series but it's appropriate.

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 No.114479

>>114456

>>114457

>>114458

45-16 panel 1

>The mayan population has over 8 million people, living across multiple countries in central america, protecting their original religious practices and customs.

Adjusting according to TL statement in >>114464

The Mayan population consists of countless people living across multiple countries in Central America, protecting their original religious practices and customs.

>A scholar once said,

A scholar once said

45-16 panel 2

>The mayan culture keeps on living even in the present day.

"Even today, the Mayan culture continues to advance."

45-19 panel 3

>Focus,

Hmph,

>We're not in the battlefield now...

Mainly changing this because he uses the same "conflict zone" term used earlier.

this place is already a conflict zone...

>Don't worry, this isn't an interview or anything of the sort.

No one's reporting it though.

45-19 panel 4

>Their own secret weapon.

Changing to reflect the background picture.

Their trump card.

45-19 panel 5

>I can't say I've ever been too proud of my position

Not to brag about it, but

>But at least they also never had many expectations from me!!

No one's got any such expectations of me!!

45-19 panel 6

>Had I died in the jungle,

If I died in this jungle,

>Then Makoto and Haruomi Hijikata would be both very glad, I'm sure.

both Makoto and Haruomi Hijikata would be very glad, I'm sure.

45-20 panel 1

>How did you figure the timing,

Knowing exactly when and how

>To enter the stage and offer to get in Houzan's way?

to get involved and get in Houzan's way

>It must have been difficult to figure that out.

will be extremely difficult.

45-20 panel 3

>Having Cherubin steal your achievement from you must have been pretty embarrassing, but,

Having Cherubin steal your achievement from you must be pretty embarrassing, but

45-20 panel 5

>I wonder if the reason for that had anything to do with the Gran Tres, or Zombist, or if it was something different.

Maybe that was because of someone different from the Gran Tres or Zombist.

45-22 panel 4

>{Notebook} Slapstickology notes

I think it's 雑学, or "miscellaneous knowledge".

{Notebook} Trivia notes

45-25 panel 1

>I bought this suitcase for dirty cheap on an online store.

The joke is that it's the same suitcase Tigi-Tigil smuggled herself in with.

This suitcase was dirt-cheap at the town market.

45-25 panel 3

>Smell of blood

He smells of blood!?

45-25 panel 5

>I was probing this man's mind, and it seems they are already searching this place.

By probing that man's mind, I found out about this place.

45-26 panel 1

>I was hoping the Gran Tres didn't know about this place yet.

So the Gran Tres already know about this place.

45-26 panel 2

>Too late for that, they already have all exits, entrances and lobby under watch.

They've already got all the exits, entrances, and lobby under watch.

>Depending on how many people there are here, they might raid this place sooner or later.

Depending on how many people they've assembled, they might raid this place at any time.

45-26 panel 4

>Someone jumped unarmed onto the truck's car while it was moving.

Someone jumped onto the truck's hood while it was moving,

>Then smashed the windshield and killed both drivers.

smashed the windshield barehanded, and killed both drives.

45-27 panel 4

>{Sign} Innocent

The sign is 無罪, or "Not Guilty". "Innocent" is correct too, so it's up to the typesetter.

{Sign} Not Guilty

45-28 panel 4

>Im getting into a position in which I don't know what could happen to me, I'd be at your mercy, to be restrained or even killed.

I'll be in a position to be restrained or even killed by your group at any time.

>>114460

>>114463

As you noted, Billiken has become closely tied to Osaka, so that might be the extent of the joke. There's a Japanese toy/model company named Billiken too, so it might be that. Beyond that, who knows.

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 No.114488

File: 985fbda6cdf319a⋯.png (560.3 KB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 0020_credits.png)

When anon uploads chapter 20, I noticed chapter 19 was missing its credit page. Might want to address that at the same time.

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 No.114491

>>114488

It was?! Fuck, I didn't notice since the update.

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 No.114493

Uploaded

>>114491

>>114488

Credits page is there alright, I also don't remember it not being there. Did IMF fix it?

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 No.114494

>>114493

Yeah, I fixed it in a flash.

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 No.114495

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 No.114508

File: 076a703ef74a2ce⋯.png (333.34 KB, 600x600, 1:1, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 7ccc1df3c99a184⋯.png (850.56 KB, 800x800, 1:1, ClipboardImage.png)

World of Moral Reversal's new book has some exclusive artthat I can't find anywhere else

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 No.114510

>>114508

>else

Fuck, I can't find it anywhere period

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 No.114515

>>114508

>clipboard image

Where are these from?

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 No.114523

File: 50830ca4479e637⋯.png (1.64 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4601.png)

File: 45e911ae75fdf63⋯.png (6.19 MB, 2800x1600, 7:4, Kemono4602&03.png)

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File: 14b5da0f57c6049⋯.png (1.38 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4605.png)

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 No.114524

File: c9846028a97e2b6⋯.png (1.3 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4606.png)

File: 3f2546f14f26623⋯.png (1.7 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4607.png)

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File: 3096d69e94cf540⋯.png (2.24 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4610.png)

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 No.114525

File: 751849f2189d8e7⋯.png (1.66 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4611.png)

File: f033e49bcfff3a0⋯.png (2.66 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4612.png)

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File: e1d7699500fe139⋯.png (2.63 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4615.png)

46-01

=1==========

>This man, Hijikata,

=2==========

>So far he's been speaking very frankly, and has kept up a pretty good appearance.

>I haven't felt any physiological signs that humans give when they tell lies, from him.

=3==========

>But,

>I haven't felt any physiological signs of truth

>Either.

>The truth

>is...

46-02&03

{Title} Labyrinth

46-04

=1==========

>HYEEEE

>wha...wha...

>Why did you... suddenly...!!

>Yo-you scared me!!

46-05

=1==========

>To be honest,

>I think Houzan is too much of a monster for me to tackle alone.

{パチン} click

=2==========

>Chan K'in.

>If it were me, I'd use every tool at my disposal.

>Weapons, poison, you name it.

>I knew from the very beginning there would be risks involved.

>It's just common sense. We can't take on Houzan as we are now.

=3==========

>And besides,

=4==========

>Huh? Mayan language?

46-06

=1==========

TN: This kind of speech bubble denotes mayan speech, and will be recurring in the future.

>You might not like what I'm about to say.

>But judging things from my own point of view,

=2==========

>I have to say the same things about your own people.

>I can't trust you completely.

=3==========

>There are still many things you haven't told me, right?

>For example,

=4==========

>What kind of economical activities Metzabok does, in order to have this strangely abundant wealth, and more...

=5==========

>Don't get me wrong.

>I don't even think about asking you to tell me everything anyway.

46-07

=1==========

>I got into this to rescue Maya.

>So unless it's something absolutely necessary for me to reach my goal, I don't care about it.

>My turn to get screentime again?

TN: damn Japanese can be succinct sometimes

>Aaaand I'm out

=3==========

TN: back to spanish speaking.

>Very well, Hijikata. I'll try to get along with you.

>But I don'tknow what the others are going to say about this.

46-08

=1==========

>That's ok.

=2==========

>However... There's one more thing bugging me.

>What's in for you in all this?

=3==========

>Uhhmm

>I guess I'm looking for more than just money, power or reputation,

>I'm looking for a job that is worth doing in itself.

>I think I want to be able to give my life some purpose.

=4==========

>Well,

>We're going to see about that soon then.

46-09

=1==========

>I'll take care of your checkout,

>And will confirm the enemy's positioning.

>Give me some money, Hijikata.

46-10

=1==========

[Staff only. Entry forbidden to the general public]

{ホッ} huoh

{ホホッ} hohoh

=3==========

TN: and now japanese speaking (thinking)

>I know he said it was only a light injury, but something isn't right...

=4==========

>His physiology isn't exactly normal, somehow.

46-11

=1==========

TN: Mayan language, you get the idea, I'll stop with these for now

>We have a car stationed about 200 meters from the hotel, Mikado.

TN: Added "Mikado" here for clarification, since the translation can't quite capture Chan K'in's speech pattern

>And we have a Land Cruiser in the underground parking lot, stashed with some weapons too.

>Good, let's go with that!

=3==========

{Spanish} Excuse me, sir.

>May I ask what you are doing here?

=4==========

>Aah, wha...

>We're waiting for someone.

=5==========

>So how about you don't worry about us.

{Spanish} Thank you

=6==========

>Say,

>Could it be that the people you're waiting for...

46-12

=1==========

>Are those coming over there?

>What!?

46-13

=1==========

>I'll go back to our car, and we'll follow behind you.

>Mikado, take this cellphone and homing beacon.

=2==========

>Seitaka! You go with gramps!

=4==========

>I guess I don't have to worry if he's that lively, after all.

>That's some jungle dweller for you.

46-14

=1==========

>At least we got to take a break...

=2==========

>Sorry I couldn't be more hospitable.

=3==========

>Houzan... Maya...

>Where are you?

46-15

>The city belongs to the Gran Tres.

>While the jungle belongs to Metzabok.

>Does that mean that the jungle is my friend?

>Then who am I to the jungle?

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 No.114527

File: ad8a4e80a32954a⋯.png (1.13 MB, 1043x727, 1043:727, 20191224_212317.png)

Im liking Gen's character more and more. If you look back, every time he tells a lie, he says something truthful along it, so as to deceive Mikado and Makura's super senses. Pretty well thought out.

>>114515

Twitter. I was looking for #貞操逆転世界

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 No.114534

>>114527

>it's

>dat engrish

Great! The better I get at another language, the worse I get with the previous ones!

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 No.114592

File: ef366f59b7774dd⋯.png (5.49 MB, 2350x1600, 47:32, Kemono4616&17.png)

File: 71289977f836de7⋯.png (2.25 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4618.png)

File: 31f08711189b924⋯.png (1.77 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4619.png)

File: ebe8ff097a4a493⋯.png (2.91 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4620.png)

File: e7e142c41adf64d⋯.png (2.3 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4621.png)

Another short chapter. It's a Christmas miracle!!

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 No.114594

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46-18

=2==========

>Wait, Majira.

>You don't need to follow them anymore

=4==========

>Can you hear me on this frequency?

>There's been a change of plans.

46-19

=1==========

{チッ} tch

=2==========

>I bet it must have been a pain, having to go easy on them.

>At least you got to eat one or two people.

=3==========

>Come, we have a car nearby.

>The boss is there too.

>You can nag on him all you want.

46-20

>How on earth did we get in this situation?

{はあ} haa

46-21

=1==========

>This is bad.

=2==========

>Just as I suspected, the compass has gone crazy.

>Eehh!!

=3==========

>The ground of this region must have some sort of magnetism of its own.

>And the live trees in this whole sea of green must have picked on the same property.

>The sun will be setting soon, but,

>It's not like we can see the stars anyway.

=4==========

>If only we could go back to our base camp...

>We're doomed...

=5==========

>Am I...

>Going to die in a place like this?

46-22

=1==========

>This takes me back...

>There was this time when I was attacked by dakoit armed robbers near the Nepal border in India.

>I wish you had died there...

=2==========

>I barely escaped alive to a mountain,

>But then I was surrounded by a pack of over 20 stray dogs.

>I think they had rabies or something...

>I wish they had eaten you!

=3==========

>What I mean is,

>If it's not your time to die, then you're not gonna die.

>Ah!

>A forest leech.

=4==========

>Aren't you making light

>Of Pedro-san's death, by saying that!!?

=5==========

>I'm calling it like it is...

>No one can plan ahead for the time they're gonna die.

46-23

=1==========

>That's why there's no point in going desperate at a time like this.

>You've got a lot of nerve to say something like that!!!

=2==========

>Hmm?

=3==========

>Hyy!

=4==========

>HAAYY!

=5==========

{Inside ゴ} neryochagi

{ブチュ} crunch

TN: Neryochagi, also known as axe kick, is a vertical downward kick performed in taekwondo.

46-24

=2==========

>Is that...?

=3==========

>Itoh-san, it's light!!!

>What!?

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 No.114599

>>114523

>>114524

>>114525

>>114592

>>114594

Merry (belated) Christmas!

46-01 panel 3

>But,

But

>I haven't felt any physiological signs of truth

does not telling a lie

>Either.

equal

>The truth

telling the truth?

>is...

I think...

46-05 panel 1

>To be honest,

...honestly speaking,

>I think Houzan is too much of a monster for me to tackle alone.

with Houzan around, we have enough natural monsters as is.

{パチン} click

46-05 panel 2

>It's just common sense. We can't take on Houzan as we are now.

Working off gut instinct won't be enough to beat Houzan.

46-06 panel 4

>What kind of economical activities Metzabok does, in order to have this strangely abundant wealth, and more...

What does Metzabok do in order to have so much money, and more...

46-06 panel 5

>I don't even think about asking you to tell me everything anyway.

I'm not going to pry into topics you'd rather not talk about.

46-07 panel 1

>So unless it's something absolutely necessary for me to reach my goal, I don't care about it.

If it isn't necessary for saving her, then I don't care.

>My turn to get screentime again?

Can I show up yet?

46-07 panel 2

>Aaaand I'm out

C'mon, can I?

46-06 panel 3

>Very well, Hijikata. I'll try to get along with you.

Very well, Hijikata. Do as you please.

>But I don'tknow what the others are going to say about this.

But I don't know what the others are going to say about this.

46-08 panel 2

>However... There's one more thing bugging me.

However... personally speaking,

>What's in for you in all this?

what do you get out of all this?

46-08 panel 4

>We're going to see about that soon then.

Let's just leave it at that, then.

46-10 panel 3

>I know he said it was only a light injury, but something isn't right...

He said it was only a light injury, but it doesn't seem that way...

46-10 panel 4

>His physiology isn't exactly normal, somehow.

At least his vital signs are normal for now.

46-14 panel 1

>At least we got to take a break...

That was one short break...

46-15

>Does that mean that the jungle is my friend?

But is the jungle my ally?

>Then who am I to the jungle?

And what am I to the jungle?

46-18 panel 4

>There's been a change of plans.

Everything's going as planned.

46-20

>How on earth did we get in this situation?

How on Earth did we end up like this?

46-21 panel 3

>And the live trees in this whole sea of green must have picked on the same property.

Just like Aokigahara, the Sea of Trees.

46-21 panel 4

>If only we could go back to our base camp...

We can't even go back to base camp...

46-22 panel 1

>There was this time when I was attacked by dakoit armed robbers near the Nepal border in India.

I was attacked once by Dakoit armed robbers near the Nepalese border in India.

46-22 panel 4

>Aren't you making light

But P... Pedro-san...

>Of Pedro-san's death, by saying that!!?

died like it was nothing!!

46-23 panel 1

>That's why there's no point in going desperate at a time like this.

That's why there's no point in getting desperate at a time like this.

>You've got a lot of nerve to say something like that!!!

The more you try to act cool, the more it pisses me off!!!

46-24 panel 3

>Itoh-san, it's light!!!

Itoh-san, there's light!!!

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 No.114682

File: b295be1a6acd266⋯.png (773.89 KB, 1366x768, 683:384, they are not my friends.png)

Uuuhh Typesetta Man?!

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 No.114694

>>114682

I'm starting to worry too. If he doesn't show up after New Year's then things are gonna get tough.

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 No.114708

>>114694

TN here. I sent him a message on mangadex, but still got no response. I was gonna ask you guys next if we should ask around for someone else.

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 No.114727

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 No.114728

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 No.114729

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47-01

{Title} Sacrifice

>Itoh-san! Light!

>I can see a light!!

>Wow! You're right!!

47-02

=1==========

>We're saved!!

>Now Itoh-san won't try to eat me!!

>That's what you're worried about!?

=2==========

>Sorry but you look like the tipe who would resort to cannibalism without hesitation if needed, Itoh-san!!

>You know, one time a certain female editor, from a certain publisher, said the same thing about me too. Why is that!?

=3==========

>Wait, aren't we going too deep into the woods?

47-03

=1==========

>Let's go... carefully.

>Yeah.

=2==========

>Hey, Nabe-chan.

>What?

[As the hot air akin to a steam bath slowly dissipated into the sky,]

>Tarantulas kinda taste like bitter chocolate.

>...good for you.

=3==========

[And monkeys started howling into the setting sun,]

=4==========

[The darkness once again creeped in.]

=5==========

[An overwhelming primordial darkness, the kind you almost never see

[Anywhere in Japan.]

47-04

=1==========

[The events of yesterday feel like they happened so long ago.]

>We've gotten this far.

>Now there's no turning back.

=2==========

>They won't attack us out of nowhere.

>If a foreigner were to be killed in these indigenous lands, the government wouldn't be able to cover up the story.

>And that would be problematic for them as well.

=3==========

[It was clear why Gomes-shi was the most earnest of us.]

[He had witnessed it with his own eyes.]

[Finding a professional who can organize a large scale archaeological research expedition must be difficult, I can't even imagine it.]

47-05

=1==========

[Pedro-shi was beyond terrified.]

[But he couldn't return from the forest on his own. ]

=2==========

[Why...?]

[Why didn't I insist more on turning back, I wonder?]

=3==========

[And how could I, after seeing it?]

[That unbelievable mystical sight...]

=4==========

["We are traveling foreigners, we mean no harm. We do not understand why you want us to turn back, but we want to meet and talk if possible."]

47-06

=1==========

[We went to the place the arrow was shot from and left a letter, hoping that the mysterious person would find it.]

[But, we're not even sure he would be able to read it.]

=2==========

[We arrived at a water hole that evening.]

[That was the last time we set camp, making it our base camp.]

=4==========

[That night I barely got any sleep at all, and not only because of the mosquitoes.]

=5==========

[Late at night, I heard this single unbelievable howling of some beast.]

47-07

=1==========

[A beautifully terrifying melody, ]

[Capable of paling the listener's soul.]

=2==========

[At some point it started to feel like it was coming from within my own consciousness, like I wasn't hearing it coming from the outside.]

[To tell the truth, maybe it did.]

[That primordial darkness certainly is linked in some way to the abyss inside every human's consciousness. ]

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 No.114730

47-08

=1==========

[But nothing happened the next morning, it was almost a little disappointing.]

[I started to think that maybe I was too worried over nothing.]

=2==========

>I need a bath so bad, but if I don't have one

>It wouldn't be so bad.

<G'morning

>When it comes down to bringing someone to the jungle

>It's gotta be theater people or editors.

TN: don't ask, it's a weird exchange, I'm not sure I interpreted it right.

>We're almost there.

=3==========

>Alright, it's two hours from here to the ruins.

=4==========

[Pedro-shi was so scared,

[he preferred staying alone at the base camp rather than going to the ruins.]

>Wait,

>Peeing.

>'aight

47-09

=1==========

[Our horses had to stop every now and then to pee.]

[But they could poo while walking.]

=2==========

>Hmm?

=3==========

>Rain?

=4==========

[And then, tragedy struck us.]

47-10

=2==========

>Oh no!

=4==========

>Pedro!!

=5==========

{ガシャ} bang

47-11

=1==========

>Shit!!

>What is going on!!?

>Awawa...

>I... I even lost my balance...

=2==========

>There's something strange about this, Itoh-san...

=3==========

>Look!

=4==========

>Yo... You're pretty confortable around corpses, Nabe-chan.

>I used to work part time in a morgue.

>His head wasn't cut clean off.

=5==========

[An expressionless head is, after all, just a sad miserable object...]

>This wound... It looks like something an animal bite would make.

=6==========

>Except beasts don't tie severed heads to branches, ya know!

47-12

=1==========

>We have to go back!!

>Yeyeyeyeyes we should go back!

=2==========

>But we're almost at the piramid!!

>Yeyeyeyes! Let's go! It's a breakthrough! We'll be rich!!

=3==========

>What, do you wanna die!?

>Diedonwannadieeeehooohehehe

=4==========

>You're not making any sense anymore!!!

=5==========

>You think that'll be enough?

>A man was killed in the jungle,

>What do you think is gonna happen to his companions who try to turn and go back?

>Remember that Caribe is out there...

=6==========

>So you'd rather get us all killed?

47-13

=1==========

>That's not what I'm saying. What I mean is that the risks of going back or moving forwad are the same.

>Pedro didn't have anything even resembling a weapon on him, but we have guns!

=2==========

>We have weapons, but if we can't see our enemy, then what can we do?

>But I bet they have us in plain sight!

>Even now, they might...

47-14

=4==========

>Crap! The horses!!

=7==========

>You two don't leave this area!!

47-15

=1==========

[Gomes-shi didn't come back.]

=3==========

>Huge!

>Is that a ceiba? To think a tree could get this big...

>Ceiba?

>It's a mayan sacred tree that sheds blood red sap.

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 No.114731

File: 9ca2d382a8a8c06⋯.jpg (1.07 MB, 3072x2304, 4:3, dcebdd25b166119d07d0d98caf….jpg)

Translation Notes:

Ceiba trees: These tree plays an important part in the mythologies of pre-Columbian Mesoamerican cultures. For example, several Amazonian tribes of eastern Peru believe deities live in Ceiba tree species throughout the jungle. The Ceiba, or ya’axché (in the Mopan Mayan language), symbolised to the Maya civilization an axis mundi which connects the planes of the Underworld (Xibalba) and the sky with that of the terrestrial realm. This concept of a central world tree is often depicted as a Ceiba trunk. The unmistakable thick conical thorns in clusters on the trunk were reproduced by the southern lowland Maya of the Classical Period on cylindrical ceramic burial urns or incense holders.

Ceiba speciosa. Modern Maya still often respectfully leave the tree standing when harvesting forest timber. The Ceiba tree is represented by a cross and serves as an important architectural motif in the Temple of the Cross Complex at Palenque. Some species can grow to 70 m (230 ft) tall or more, with a straight, largely branchless trunk that culminates in a huge, spreading canopy, and buttress roots that can be taller than a grown person.

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 No.114732

>>114731

>These tree plays

>This tree plays

>Ceiba speciosa.

Forgot to remove that from the text. It was an image's description on the wiki.

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 No.114755

>>114727

>>114728

>>114729

>>114730

>>114731

>>114732

47-02 panel 2

>Sorry but you look like the tipe who would resort to cannibalism without hesitation if needed, Itoh-san!!

Sorry but you look like the type who would resort to cannibalism without hesitation if needed, Itoh-san!!

47-03 panel 3

>Wait, aren't we going too deep into the woods?

To think there'd be someone this deep in the woods...

47-03 panel 4

>[The darkness once again creeped in.]

[The darkness once again crept in.]

47-04 panel 3

>[It was clear why Gomes-shi was the most earnest of us.]

[It was clear why Gomes-shi was so insistent.]

>[He had witnessed it with his own eyes.]

[On his testimony alone,]

>[Finding a professional who can organize a large scale archaeological research expedition must be difficult, I can't even imagine it.]

[it'd be extremely difficult to organize a large-scale archaeological research expedition.]

47-07 panel 2

>[At some point it started to feel like it was coming from within my own consciousness, like I wasn't hearing it coming from the outside.]

[At some point it started to feel like it wasn't coming from outside, but from within my own consciousness.]

>[That primordial darkness certainly is linked in some way to the abyss inside every human's consciousness. ]

[That primordial darkness must be linked in some way to the abyss inside every human's mind....]

47-08 panel 2'

{Above Nabe-chan's V-sign} 'mornin

The joke seems to be that theater-people and editors are the kind of people who don't mind not bathing for long periods of time.

47-08 panel 3

>Alright, it's two hours from here to the ruins.

Alright, it won't even take two hours to get to the ruins.

47-11 panel 4

>Yo... You're pretty confortable around corpses, Nabe-chan.

Yo... You're pretty comfortable around corpses, Nabe-chan.

>I used to work part time in a morgue.

It's most likely morgue work, but theoretically it could have been for medical student autopsies and such.

I used to wash corpses part-time.

47-12 panel 2

>But we're almost at the piramid!!

But we're almost at the pyramid!!

47-12 panel 5

>You think that'll be enough?

Listen!

>A man was killed in the jungle,

If a man is killed in the jungle,

>What do you think is gonna happen to his companions who try to turn and go back?

but his companions are allowed to return safely, what happens next?

>Remember that Caribe is out there...

This panel (and the next) appears to refer to 47-04, meaning that a confirmed kill would force the government to intervene, but everyone disappearing could be shrugged off as "missing persons".

I'm sure those Caribe know.

47-12 panel 6

>So you'd rather get us all killed?

You mean they're going to kill us all...?_

47-13 panel 1

>That's not what I'm saying. What I mean is that the risks of going back or moving forwad are the same.

That's not what I'm saying. What I mean is that the risks of going back or moving forward are the same.

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 No.114793

>>114708

It is the holiday season so give it at least another week or so before considering to change typesetters. Consistency is good. Not sure if offering to do it is a good idea with no familiarity/interest of the manga, maybe some of the cleaning work can be done in advance though.

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 No.114794

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File: ccb197058f2364f⋯.jpg (1.25 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_129.jpg)

File: 028954925cacaba⋯.png (5.43 MB, 2350x1600, 47:32, Kemono4718&19.png)

File: 49bf847c5f8e570⋯.png (2.47 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4720.png)

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 No.114795

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 No.114797

File: 2a24a1d02efa57a⋯.png (2.71 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4726.png)

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47-16

=1==========

>They consider it a sacred tree of life.

>The ceiba connects this world with the heavens and the world of the dead.

>These tall trees also connects people and gods...

=2==========

>Itoh-san, I hear voices...

=3==========

>Yeah, of lots of people...

>Are they singing?

=4===========

>Is that...?

47-20

=1==========

>Is...

>That...!?

=2==========

>Gomes!!

=3==========

>He's behaving so strange...

>Maybe psychedelic mushrooms?

>They painted his torso blue...

>And that's Chaac-mool figure!!

>You gotta be kidding me...

=4==========

>This ritual... it's...

>What is it!?

=5==========

>What are they gonna do to him!!?

=6==========

{Background} chanting names of gods, see TN.

47-21

=1==========

>GOME-!

=4==========

{ビクン} stretch

=5==========

{ピクン} twitch

47-22

=1==========

{Background} chanting names of gods

=2==========

<Metzabok (x3)

=4==========

>You're blocking my nose and went for my carotid artery unconsciously!!

>I was dying!!

>Sorry...

47-23

=2==========

>Crap, a guard!!

=5==========

>Uwawa!!

47-24

=1==========

>Na-

>Nabe!!

=2==========

>Got it!

=5==========

>Timiyo Pande Toruryo Chagi!!

47-25

=4==========

>Another one!!

=5==========

>Kyaaa!!

47-26

>Uryaa!!

>Haaa!!

47-27

=1==========

>Toruryo Chagi!

>Nopunde Koro Chagi!

=2==========

>Jump!

>Gotcha!

=3==========

>Secret technique!

>Crying-man-putting-on-a-brave-face!

TN: good luck fitting that in a bubble. Maybe we could use the japanese pronunciation "Benkeinakashi!" (弁慶泣かし) and add the translation on a side TN.

47-28

=1==========

>Timyo Iijun Toruryo Chagi!!

=2==========

>Hey, glasses!

<You forgot something, Blade!

TN: I looked everywhere for references to "Blade" and "taekwondo" in anime, manga and tokusatsu. But nothing closely related to these kicks came up. Obviously you can find tons of references to "blade", and when it comes to characters Kamen Rider Blade shows up a lot.

47-29

=1==========

>Here they come!!

=2==========

>Run away!!

>Roger!!

47-30

>Wai

>Balam!

TN: Balam (and it's numerous variations like B'alam, Balaam, etc) means "Jaguar".

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 No.114798

File: a000f48e305f688⋯.jpg (5.85 MB, 3713x2784, 3713:2784, 2015-07_k1_CDMX_830.jpg)

File: 7b8da902e488541⋯.jpg (91.21 KB, 640x640, 1:1, PA.65104.001.jpg)

Translation Notes

Background chanting on pages 17, 20 and 22: These are all mayan gods's names.

イツァムナ: Itzamna

チャック: Chaahk

ユム•キミル: Yum Cimil

エクチュアフ: Ek'Chuwah

イシュ•チェル: Ix Chel

ユム•カーシュ: Yum Kaax

ククルカン: Kukulkan

メツァバック: Metzabok (On page 22, second panel, only)

On the name "Metzabok": Although the japanese word literally translates to Metzabok, which is the name of a certain geographical region in the Lacandon Forest (Chiapas, Mexico) the god it refers to is actually called Mensabak. On chapter 28, page 8, the correct name was mentioned when romanized. I'm not sure if calling it "metzabok" was a mistake on the author's part, or if there's no distinction between the two names in japanese in the first place.

Chacmool: Also spelled "chac-mool" is the term used to refer to a particular form of pre-Columbian Mesoamerican sculpture depicting a reclining figure with its head facing 90 degrees from the front, supporting itself on its elbows and supporting a bowl or a disk upon its stomach. These figures possibly symbolised slain warriors carrying offerings to the gods; the bowl upon the chest was used to hold sacrificial offerings, including pulque, tamales, tortillas, tobacco, turkeys, feathers and incense. In an Aztec example the receptacle is a cuauhxicalli (a stone bowl to receive sacrificed human hearts). Chacmools were often associated with sacrificial stones or thrones. The ancient name for these type of sculptures is unknown. The name "chacmool" is attributed to Augustus Le Plongeon, who excavated one of the statues at Chichen Itza in 1875. Le Plongeon believed the statue, which he had found buried beneath the Platform of the Eagles and the Jaguars, depicted a former ruler of Chichen Itza. Le Plongeon named the statue "chaacmol", which he translated from the Maya as "thundering paw."

Chagi this, Chagi that: Nabe knows some taekwondo, and names all her kicks as she delivers her wall of feet. "Chagi" as you might have guessed, means "kick". Also of notice, the only entry I found that included the full name of "Timiyo Pande Toruryo Chagi" (page 24) was a move performed by the character Naoya Hondo from the Super Famicom game Natsuki Crisis Battle (1995).

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 No.114799

>>114793

Agreed, I mentioned asking around, but with this being christmas/new year period, it makes more sense to wait some more.

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 No.114824

>>114794

>>114795

>>114797

47-16 panel 1

>These tall trees also connects people and gods...

These tall trees also connect people and gods...

47-20 panel 3

>He's behaving so strange...

He's behaving strangely...

>Maybe psychedelic mushrooms?

Peyote, or psychedelic mushrooms...?

>And that's Chaac-mool figure!!

And that figure's Chac-mool!!

47-22 panel 4

>You're blocking my nose and went for my carotid artery unconsciously!!

Don't cover my nose!! And stop unconsciously finding my carotid artery!!

>I was dying!!

I'll die!!

47-24 panel 5

>Timiyo Pande Toruryo Chagi!!

All these Taekwondo terms made me look up their romanization. There doesn't seem to be a strict romanization standard; these are a mix from

http://taekwondopreschool.com/kicks.html

http://martialartsresource.com/korean/TKD.list.htm

http://lawofthefist.com/all-taekwondo-kicks/

http://taekwondo.fandom.com/wiki/Taekwondo_Vocabulary

Whether we should use Japanese-kana-to-English, Korean-to-English, or the straight English meaning is up to the typesetter.

Twimyo bandae dollyeo chagi!! (Jumping Reverse Roundhouse Kick!!)

BTW, if anyone actually knows these moves and can correct the translation, please do so.

47-27 panel 1

>Toruryo Chagi!

Dollyeo chagi! (Roundhouse Kick!)

>Nopunde Koro Chagi!

Nopundae golro chagi! (High Hook Kick!)

47-27 panel 3

>Crying-man-putting-on-a-brave-face!

This is a reference to Musashibou Benkei, a famous Japanese monk. "Benkei's Crying Spot" is another way of talking about the shin (because getting hit in the shin would make even Benkei cry). Itoh's term would literally be "Making Benkei cry".

Benkei cries!

47-28 panel 1

>Timyo Iijun Toruryo Chagi!!

Finding "Iijun/eedan" was difficult, this may not be correct.

Twimyo eedan dollyeo chagi!! (Jumping Second-Level Roundhouse Kick!!)

47-28 panel 1

<You forgot something, Blade!

This is probably a reference to the superhero Blade, played by Wesley Snipes. In Blade 2 his trademark sunglasses are thrown to him.

>>114798

For Metzabok/Mensabak, maybe there's a difference between the group's name and the god's name. We'll have to see if/when it pops up in conversation.

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 No.114825

File: a64fd5e04f75c88⋯.png (3.71 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4801.png)

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File: 6ed64acbed4f083⋯.png (6.49 MB, 2800x1600, 7:4, Kemono4804&05.png)

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 No.114826

File: c94b37cf1eba97a⋯.png (4.01 MB, 2350x1600, 47:32, Kemono4806&07.png)

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File: 652120bb2246c08⋯.png (3.44 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4810.png)

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 No.114827

File: e2b607c23b9b916⋯.jpg (1005.53 KB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_153.jpg)

File: e5b908c7100ff8b⋯.png (3.03 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4812.png)

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48-01

{Title} Hell

{ハア} haa

48-02

=1==========

[As the lights pursuing us faded into the distance]

[We got engulfed by darkness.]

=2==========

[The strong smell of vegetation]

[Is getting damper.]

[It's like as we leave the warm air behind]

[A massive darkness comes crushing on us.]

=3==========

[Even with a torchlight on]

[Its light is almost entirely absorbed. ]

[Or maybe the darkness itself is tinged a deep dark color.]

48-03

[There's a saying that goes "I could barely see beyond my feet".]

[For the first time in my life I'm feeling the real fear of not being able to see what is under my feet.]

=2==========

[Running over grass that I can't see.]

[Stumbling on I don'tknow how many invisible roots.]

[I don't even know if I stepped on any poisonous snake.]

=3==========

>Are...

>Are they following us?

>Itoh-san...

>I can't... Run anymore...

48-04&05

=1==========

>GRRRR

=3==========

>Rustle

48-08

>What is that!?

>It's HUGE!!

>Lion!?

>Wh.. what!!?

>Tiger!?

>The only animal I ever saw so big was a polar bear at the zoo.

>WHAT THE...!?

>There's no cage or fence here,

>We're face to face!!

>WHAT IS THIS THING!!?

48-09

=1==========

>If I make a sound, I'm dead!!

=2==========

>If my legs give in, I'm dead!!

=3==========

>If I move, I'm dead!!

>Whatever happens, I'm dead!!

=4==========

>We're gonna get eaten!!!

=5==========

>Give me a break!!

=7==========

>There's only one option for me now, I gotta escape,

>While Nabe gets eaten!!

48-10

>Don't hold a grudge against me!!!

48-12

>What is this roar!?

>Does it really belong to a great feline!!

>It almost sounds human...

>Human!?

>Why did I think something like that?

>It's absurd to even consider that a human could make a sound like this!!

48-13

[No... There is a chaos that resides in the depths of human consciousness. ]

[And each person holds an instinctive fear of that ancient being.]

[Call it a kishin (fierce god) or a demon, whatever it is, it dwells in that region.]

48-14

=2==========

>Wha...!?

=4==========

>Eeh!?

48-15

=1==========

>Kyaaa!!

=3==========

{カン} clang

=4==========

>Ow... my ribs!!

>And pelvis!!

>Maybe I should...

>Be glad I'm a woman...

=5==========

>cough cough

>Our torchlight is gone.

>I can't see anything below us.

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 No.114828

>>114824

Thanks for checking those kick names, I started looking for them, but was discouraged by all the naming variations

>Blade reference

I was looking for an anime reference, but it was a westaboo reference! Damn you Itooooohh!

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 No.114870

>>114825

>>114826

>>114827

48-02 panel 1

>[We got engulfed by darkness.]

[we were engulfed by darkness.]

48-02 panel 2

>[Is getting damper.]

[and damp earth.]

>[It's like as we leave the warm air behind]

[The lingering hot air leaves behind]

>[A massive darkness comes crushing on us.]

[a massive, crushing darkness!!]

48-02 panel 3

>[Or maybe the darkness itself is tinged a deep dark color.]

[Or rather, it merely makes the darkness seem thicker.]

48-03 panel 2

>[Stumbling on I don'tknow how many invisible roots.]

[Stumbling on countless invisible roots.]__

>[I don't even know if I stepped on any poisonous snake.]

[Never knowing if the next step will be on a poisonous snake.]

48-08

>The only animal I ever saw so big was a polar bear at the zoo.

The only animal that ever seemed as large was a polar bear at the zoo.

>WHAT THE...!?

WHY...!?

>We're face to face!!

but we're face to face!!

>WHAT IS THIS THING!!?

WITH THIS!!?

48-12 panel 2

>Does it really belong to a great feline!!

This isn't the sound a great feline makes!!

48-13

[No... There is a chaos that resides in the depths of human consciousness. ]

[And each person holds an instinctive fear of that ancient being.]

Since ancient times, people have held an instinctive fear of that region,]

[Call it a kishin (fierce god) or a demon, whatever it is, it dwells in that region.]

[And have called whatever dwells there "kishin", or "demon".]

[If such an existence could be given voice, it would surely...]

48-15 panel 4

>Maybe I should...

It's a good thing...

>Be glad I'm a woman...

I'm a woman...

48-15 panel 5

>I can't see anything below us.

I can't see anything below us!!

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 No.114908

File: 36930216c351cc7⋯.png (2.4 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4816.png)

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 No.114909

File: a80052f7f1fe449⋯.png (5.34 MB, 2800x1600, 7:4, Kemono4820&21.png)

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 No.114910

File: 8cf14a6c8c82e98⋯.jpg (1 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_168.jpg)

File: fdae0221f04209e⋯.png (2.41 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4827.png)

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48-16

=1==========

>A cliff!? Or a pit!?

{ゴクッ} gulp

=2==========

>Uuggh

>Itoh-san, I caaan't!!

>I can't hold oooon!!!

>Don't give up! Believe in your strength!!

=3==========

>Do it for a higher good!!

>For friendship!!

>Think of your companion with your heart!!

>What, you're coming up with empty corporate slogans now!!?

=4==========

>Enooough!

>This is goodbye Itoh-san!!!

>Thank you for your help all this time!!!

>Thank you for your services too!!!

48-17

=1==========

>Ouch! Owowowow!!!

>You bitch, so it's like this huh!!!

=2==========

>You're despicable!! Watanabe Hiromi!!!

>You'd kick another person's life away to protect your own!!! SHAME ON YOU!!

=4==========

>Hyaaa

=6==========

>Crap!! These rough days in the jungle

>Have put me on a diet!!! Lucky!! But maybe not!!

48-18

=1==========

>Hey, don't take off your pants!! I don't want to have to see some confusing white things, like the panties of my editor in charge!!

>I don't want to sound rude but, who do you think exposed them in the first place!!?

=2==========

>Oh noooooo!!!

=6==========

{ザザ} rustle

{ゴン} Bonk

{バキ} Crack

{ガッソ} Bang

48-19

=2==========

>Arf

>Haa

>Ugh

=3==========

>...I knew it...

>It's a huge pit, or something like that.

=4==========

>Yucatan's limestone soil

>Has unique properties that allow it to form these structures.

48-20&21

=1==========

>Itoh-san dying as a consequence of his actions is one thing, but...

>Now I need to go get my pants back.

>Besides, with "that" thing up there,

>I have no option but go down anyway.

=2==========

{ハア} haa

>I'm probably the only editor who ever had

>To suffer through something like this.

48-24

=3==========

>Who are you?

=4==========

>It doesn't really matter who!!

>Hear me!!

>Back!!

>I'm back!!

48-27

=1==========

<There is an eagle in the sky.

<There is a snake on the ground.

=4==========

<The spirit is the sky's strength

<The body is the earth's strength

=5==========

>I'm... back!?

>That's right!! My instincts ressonate with this jungle!!

>Maybe this is a memory from Papua New Guinea?

>Or it could be a memory I inherited from Maya, like Chan K'in explained?

>Or maybe... This memory has been engraved in my genes since ancient times!?

48-28

=2=========

[It's been six days since we left the city of Agua Azul and entered the jungle.]

[Kayun and the others had work to do back in the city and stayed behind.]

=3==========

[Charuma's body was retrieved from the police]

[By the same company that owned the El Santo, and I don't even know what kind of excuse they used to get that done.]

=4==========

>Hey gramps, something ain't right here.

>Hmm?

48-29

=1=========

>Weren't we were supposed to have reached Professor Akashi's camp in 4 days?

>It's been 6 days already.

=3==========

>We did, but there was nothing there.

>Hm?

=4==========

>They must have felt some sort of danger.

>Whenever something like that happens, they move their camp site.

>Now, we are heading to the next location.

48-30

=1==========

>I hear the sound of howling monkeys but... something smells different!

=2==========

>It's gone!

>Is it moving to avoid staying downind?

=3==========

>There's a fixed area where the howling chorus has ceased coming from.

>Must be a beast greater than the monkeys...

=4==========

>And now the area of silence is moving...

>Coming this way!

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 No.114912

Another chapter, another volume, another year!!

Thank you anons for sticking with us all this time.

Special thanks to all the members of /animu/ scans, to all our different typesetters and the proofreader. I wish you guys all the best in 2020, and hope we'll be able to keep doing this for another year to come.

よろしくお願いします

As for our readers, I'd like to encourage more people to try learning japanese too. It's a challenging task, but very rewarding in itself.

Happy new year!

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 No.114921

>>114912

Thanks for translating all this time, it's hard to believe we're at the end of Volume 8 already. Happy new year!

>>114908

>>114909

>>114910

48-16 panel 3

>Do it for a higher good!!

It's, uh, you know!

48-16 panel 4

>Thank you for your help all this time!!!

Nabe-chan gets one more insult in by switching the standard 長い間お世話になりました into 長い間お世話しました. Itoh calls her out on this in the next bubble.

Thank me for my help all this time!!

>Thank you for your services too!!!

That's "Thank YOU for YOUR help"!!

48-19 panel 2

>Arf

Huff

>Ugh

Whew

48-20&21 panel 2

>I'm probably the only editor who ever had

I'm probably the only editor who's ever had

48-28 panel 3

>[Charuma's body was retrieved from the police]

[Retrieving Charuma's body from the police,]

>[By the same company that owned the El Santo, and I don't even know what kind of excuse they used to get that done.]

[talking with the company that owned the El Santo... things like that.]

48-29 panel 4

>They must have felt some sort of danger.

Perhaps they felt some sort of danger,

>Whenever something like that happens, they move their camp site.

or had a reason to change their campsite.

48-30 panel 2

>Is it moving to avoid staying downind?

Is it moving to avoid staying downwind?

48-30 panel 3

>There's a fixed area where the howling chorus has ceased coming from.

The howling ceases at a specific point.

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 No.115029

File: 0f712e8abaa21f6⋯.png (2.51 MB, 2200x2200, 1:1, NG4601.png)

File: 3f67e55b0c6ef2d⋯.png (3.16 MB, 2200x2200, 1:1, NG4602.png)

File: 80af398746c11d7⋯.png (2.98 MB, 2200x2200, 1:1, NG4603.png)

File: 28e1551b0a4f932⋯.png (3.04 MB, 2200x2200, 1:1, NG4604.png)

I'm submitting my body to lethal levels of alcohol, but it's still not enough to keep me from translating! No really I'm gonna need a break from drinking after this

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 No.115031

File: 43a0ebd497955b5⋯.png (2.83 MB, 2200x2200, 1:1, NG4605.png)

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File: 2759d0fe08d8351⋯.png (2.43 MB, 2200x2200, 1:1, NG4607.png)

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 No.115037

File: 5aecb8e5baa3ed2⋯.png (81.21 KB, 401x377, 401:377, Don't.png)

>>115029

>>115029

>I'm submitting my body to lethal levels of alcohol

Fuck, you too? We already lost Sparrow to humanity's (second best) friend, we can't manage to lose more group members.

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 No.115038

>>115029

>>115031

Drinking and translating, haven't tried that yet.

46-01 panel 2

>My teeth hurts.

My teeth hurt.

46-06 panel 4

>Third, a Fourth, Sixth and Eighth have average intelligence, so they will take care of any remaining pages however they can.

Third, Fourth, Sixth and Eighth have average intelligence, so they will take care of any remaining pages however they can.

46-07 panel 1'

>The comparatively less intelligent Fith, Ninth, Tenth, Fourteenth and Sixteenth will be in charge of transcribing our answers.

The comparatively less intelligent Fifth, Ninth, Tenth, Fourteenth and Sixteenth will be in charge of transcribing our answers.

46-07 panel 3

>You two are also stupid, so you'll be in charge of going out to buy bread and other stuff like that for us.

You two are stupid, so you'll be in charge of going out to buy bread and other stuff like that for us.

>>115037

/animu/ scans: we take it inebriated

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 No.115040

File: 0f7b9cddaf6a05d⋯.png (2.96 MB, 2200x2200, 1:1, NG4608.png)

File: f44b6db47da74c8⋯.png (2.9 MB, 2200x2200, 1:1, NG4609.png)

File: f374c08c78d7fa6⋯.png (2.66 MB, 2200x2200, 1:1, NG4610.png)

46-01

=2==========

>What's wrong? You're not as lively as usual...

>My teeth hurts.

=3==========

>It might be a cavity.

>Cavity?

=4==========

>Alright, show me where it hurts.

=5==========

>Wait, all of them!?

TN: thanks to Japanese ambiguity, it could also mean "all of you!?"

46-02

{Title} Where it hurts

=1==========

>I knew it, looks like a cavity.

=2==========

>I'm making appointments with a dentist for all of you to go after school.

<Now let's begin class.

{Title} Shaving

=1==========

[Dentist's waiting room]

>How do you cure a cavity anyway?

>Medicine?

>Rest?

>Surgery?

=2==========

>The first person may enter now.

=3==========

>Well, can you open your mouth for me?

>Aahー

46-03

{Title} Madness

=2==========

>What the hell happened in there?

=3==========

>He uses a drill and just goes crazy on your teeth with it.

=4==========

>That's absurd, stop joking and tell us what happened already.

=6==========

>What? You're serious?

>Next.

46-04

{Title} No escape

=1==========

>Next person come in please.

{Title} Joint

=3==========

>There doesn't seem to be anything wrong with your teeth. Where does it hurt?

=4==========

>Elbow.

>Please go to the orthopedist.

46-05

{Title} Summer homework

[8/30]

=3==========

>Alright, let's get our summer homework done by combining the efforts of all 15 of us.

46-06

=1==========

>15 people... Aren't we missing one?

=2==========

>Yes, Second.

>I'll be frank, she's too stupid to keep up with this assignment.

>It's better this way.

=3==========

>We have divided our tasks like this: Myself, First, Eleventh and Thirteenth are the smartest among us, so we'll begin answering questions.

<We'll divide it more or less like this.

{ページ} pages

=4==========

>Third, a Fourth, Sixth and Eighth have average intelligence, so they will take care of any remaining pages however they can.

46-07

=1==========

>The comparatively less intelligent Fith, Ninth, Tenth, Fourteenth and Sixteenth will be in charge of transcribing our answers.

>Understood.

=2==========

>What are Fifteenth and I supposed to do?

=3==========

>You two are also stupid, so you'll be in charge of going out to buy bread and other stuff like that for us.

<Everyone's gonna be solving this homework all night so we'll be starving.

>Oh.... Gotcha.

=4==========

>Alright everyone, let's work hard so we can finish it all by tomorrow.

>Hip hip...

=5==========

>Hip hiiiiiiip!

>You're supposed to say "Hooray"!

46-08

=5==========

>I prefer jelly buns to anpan, go buy the right one.

46-09

=1==========

>We only have one question left, but no one knows how to answer it.

=2==========

>Unless we answer them all we won't be able to turn our homework in.

>It's only one, but

>We simply can't fill this space.

=4==========

>Second, I guess it doesn't hurt to ask, but do you know how to answer this one?

>I don't.

>I knew it...

=5==========

>At this rate we won't be able to do it, even though we worked so hard.

=6==========

>I usually don't know how to answer most of my homework anyway, so I just write whatever and turn it in, so how about that?

=7==========

>You can do that!?

46-10

=1==========

>We would like to submit our homework, done with the combined efforts of all of us.

=2==========

>Everyone answered the questions and we copied everyone's answers.

<praise us praise us

=3==========

>They're being so upfront about admiting they cheated on their homework it makes it hard to scold them...

>Well, I guess they didn't mean any harm so...

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 No.115041

>>115040

Drinking so much I didn't notice I forgot my last p9st+transcript

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 No.115051

File: e3b29cdaf8017ee⋯.png (807.24 KB, 1500x2100, 5:7, 015e.png)

File: e0dd6604b9831fc⋯.png (648.97 KB, 1500x2100, 5:7, 016e.png)

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File: acda34b5ad67dca⋯.png (812.19 KB, 1500x2100, 5:7, 018e.png)

Number Girl typesetter here, I've completed chapters 36, 37, and 38. Here's chapter 38. The other two chapters are on the other bunker at https://prolikewoah.com/animu/last/4873.html#q7290

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 No.115052

File: a06514e774ce6bf⋯.png (758.98 KB, 1500x2100, 5:7, 019e.png)

File: 6d1305da15c6e90⋯.png (829.56 KB, 1500x2100, 5:7, 020e.png)

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 No.115053

File: 59511b8e3d45298⋯.png (665.51 KB, 1500x2100, 5:7, 023e.png)

File: f1b8ee6297bcd4a⋯.png (586.58 KB, 1500x2100, 5:7, 024e.png)

File: 50ed2c68a490a63⋯.png (357.24 KB, 1227x1620, 409:540, credits38.png)

>>115052

I'll upload chapters 36 and 37 to Mangadex when its downtime is finished, and chapter 38 a week or two after that, depending on how fast I can get these done. I welcome any suggestions to make the jokes in this chapter actual jokes instead of TL notes. I'm not Japanese enough to do it myself.

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 No.115061

>>115051

Checked the chapters in the bunker, don't see any problems there.

As for "baree", I have no fucking idea what we can use.

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 No.115070

>>115040

46-09 panel 2

>Unless we answer them all we won't be able to turn our homework in.

If everyone here can't figure it out, we'll never finish our homework.

>It's only one, but

...There's one person left.

>We simply can't fill this space.

One who isn't here.

46-09 panel 6

>I usually don't know how to answer most of my homework anyway, so I just write whatever and turn it in, so how about that?

I usually don't know how to answer most of my homework anyway, so I leave it blank and turn it in. How about that?

46-10 panel 3

>They're being so upfront about admiting they cheated on their homework it makes it hard to scold them...

They're so upfront about admitting they cheated on their homework, it makes it hard to scold them...

>>115053

>>115061

If everyone here can't figure it out, we'll never finish our scanlation!

Thanks for posting them, they came out well. Do you guys want to revive the old Number Girl thread or keep everything in this thread?

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 No.115088

File: a9ae59316720fea⋯.jpg (959.69 KB, 1160x1600, 29:40, cover.jpg)

File: e5b5e47470d2871⋯.jpg (1.26 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_005.jpg)

File: 1b464f710f3b2f7⋯.jpg (1.07 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_006.jpg)

File: 94f14ed6dfcbbf2⋯.png (1.87 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4903.png)

File: 19ba15b04e72ab3⋯.png (1.9 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4904.png)

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 No.115089

File: 42e2e5bb43d9a07⋯.png (1.91 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4905.png)

File: 96d5ad4d0c905d8⋯.jpg (1.14 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_010.jpg)

File: 955d806a94b7029⋯.jpg (1.13 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_011.jpg)

File: 972dc4de25c5a51⋯.png (1.95 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4908.png)

File: 42e7532508a42ad⋯.jpg (1.37 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_013.jpg)

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 No.115090

File: 807ea9d28056c7a⋯.png (2.05 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4910.png)

File: 02364281719c04a⋯.png (1.7 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4911.png)

File: 1bcf39d96da6474⋯.png (2.77 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4912.png)

File: 0b5c528d72a2b2c⋯.png (2.41 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4913.png)

File: b5996519e2b1167⋯.png (5.76 MB, 2350x1600, 47:32, Kemono4914&15.png)

49-01

{Title} Encounter

49-03

=1==========

>The howling monkeys have gone silent on a certain area, and that area

>Is moving this way.

=2==========

>The belief that animals are afraid of fire is a mere superstition.

>The reason they don't approach flames

>Is because of the presence of humans.

=3==========

>Well, if this beast knows there are people here and it's still approaching

>That means it's used to humans...

>It might even be used to eating them.

=4==========

>Hey gramps,

>There's something strange about what you just said.

=5==========

>We've been going to one place after another,

>But we haven't seen any signs that people have been to those sites or anything like it.

=6==========

>Whenever we need to move our camp

>We do all we can to not leave behind any traces of our presence there.

>Not to mention that after two months

>The jungle would completely erase everything anyway.

49-04

=1==========

>Aw c'mon old man

>You're talking to a former member of the Women Army Corps,

>Zombist,

>And now turned Dokkaku soldier.

>This isn't my first time in a jungle.

=2==========

>Signs of cut branches,

>Burnt garbage

>Buried shit.

=3==========

>Traces of human living

>Aren't erased that easily.

>Just tell us the truth, gramps.

=4==========

>You think I'm hiding something?

49-05

=1==========

>We have a visitor.

=4==========

>And making no efforts to hide their presence even.

=5==========

>I knew you would have noticed it too.

>You're looking at your master baby, whatcha talking about.

49-08

=1==========

>Oh

>You're here,

=2==========

>Noh Ek!!

49-10

=1==========

>Why, Chan K'in?

=2==========

>Instead of coming to our place right away,

>Why are you moving around aimlessly in the jungle?

>...is what he said.

=3==========

>I couldn't stop...

>Right now I have a transmitter in my body.

>They have been monitoring my whereabouts constantly all this time!

49-11

=1==========

>By "they" you mean...

=2==========

>Yakushimaru Houzan!

>He... attacked me...

=3==========

>When?

=4==========

>I'll speak spanish for now.

>In the city,

>Once we found out where your group was,

>When I was infiltrating the hotel to make contact with you...

49-12

>Yo

>Buenas noches.

49-13

=1==========

>This man... even at point blank range... doesn't give away any signs of his presence!!

>He even came out and made himself notice on purpose!!

=2==========

>Kaah!

=3==========

>Launching my consciousness fiercely.

>Aiming to strike Houzan's own surface consciousness.

>If I can make him faulter even for just a moment, even if just a little bit, then I would be able to invade him.

>Or so I thought...

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 No.115091

File: ceccc3581166ec0⋯.gif (4.72 KB, 402x397, 402:397, noh_ek.gif)

Our favorite mary sue villain is back!

Translation Notes:

Noh Ek: Meaning "Great Star" in mayan language, this is how the planet Jupiter was called. As usual for mayan astrology, it had it's own importance in their religion and rituals. It was usually depicted as a face with square eyes, thin cirved (almost comma-shaped) pupils, and tapered fangs.

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 No.115097

>>115088

>>115089

>>115090

>>115091

Houzan keeps stealing the spotlight. Someone get this guy a miniseries.

49-03 panel 1

>The howling monkeys have gone silent on a certain area, and that area

The howling monkeys have gone silent in a certain area, and that area

49-03 panel 3

>It might even be used to eating them.

or used to eating them.

49-03 panel 6

>Not to mention that after two months

Besides, after a month,

>The jungle would completely erase everything anyway.

the jungle completely erases everything anyway.

49-03 panel 4

>You think I'm hiding something?

What are you hiding?

49-10 panel 3

>I couldn't stop...

I had no choice...

49-12

>Buenas noches.

Buenas tardes.

49-13 panel 1

>He even came out and made himself notice on purpose!!

Even now, he revealed himself on purpose!!

49-13 panel 3

>Launching my consciousness fiercely.

I fiercely flung my consciousness,

>Aiming to strike Houzan's own surface consciousness.

aiming to strike the surface of Houzan's mind.

>If I can make him faulter even for just a moment, even if just a little bit, then I would be able to invade him.

If I could make him falter, even for the slightest moment, I could invade his own consciousness.

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 No.115129

Has the editor for >>115090 reported in yet? Also even if MD returns proper are there any plans for diversification if it doesn't already exist?

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 No.115189

File: 5b26a553846f068⋯.png (919.74 KB, 1242x1056, 207:176, Storm shelter.png)

>>115040

>>115051

Glad to see you guys back.

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 No.115205

File: 8bea7aa0010bc39⋯.jpg (61.58 KB, 540x623, 540:623, kazuya.jpg)

>>115129

If he's not back by the 10th, I'll do everything in my power to scream powerlessly.

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 No.115239

File: 70c26681bcbdaa2⋯.png (2.11 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4916.png)

File: 89d0907219b0170⋯.png (2.13 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4917.png)

File: 84c4e627feb403a⋯.png (1.95 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4918.png)

File: 7893647f1cf2872⋯.png (1.82 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4919.png)

File: 4f24138a5c18cd1⋯.png (1.87 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4920.png)

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 No.115240

File: 27e5094c5a00207⋯.png (1.73 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4921.png)

File: 938a991dd7b215d⋯.png (1.84 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4922.png)

File: 94cc07a7fa6f1ff⋯.png (1.83 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4923.png)

File: 226a4ccf8e0b04e⋯.png (2.46 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4924.png)

File: dbd45030780dfa6⋯.png (2.26 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4925.png)

49-16

>Here's something about people, old man.

>To be strong doesnt mean one lacks weaknesses.

>Just like to be weak doesn't mean one lacks strong points.

>If soemone has a shabby antenna,

>And suddenly receives a strong wave,

>They might find themselves overwhelmed by that signal.

>It seems you have the power to take over other people's minds...

49-17

=1==========

>So how was it?

>Trying to dominate me?

=2==========

>I... I couldn't bear his mind!!

>Even though I was capable of controlling a Dokkaku soldier before!!

=3==========

>I bet that power, in the end, boils down to strength and technique, right?

>It's not much different than pinning a man down physically.

>In fact, it's just about the same thing.

=4==========

>The... same...

>Thing?

=5==========

>To me, battles are as natural as breathing.

>When it comes down to dominating another person,

>I know everything that is to it.

49-18

=2==========

>>Pe... Petul!!

>Koh!!

=2==========

>I believe she's your fifth wife, correct?.

>Of course if you leave her in some cheap hotel in the city,

>Something like this is bound to happen.

=3==========

>It makes me kinda jealous.

>Guess that's fine, since the Lacandons have got so many gods after all.

=4==========

>But seriously though, isn't five too many?

>And you even got this young lady pregnant, at your age.

>Please, let's leave that aside.

>We have different social norms.

49-19

=1==========

>Also, you named your daughter "Koh", doesn't it get a bit confusing?

>Like I said, very different social norms. Leave it be.

<And it's a very common name among lacandon women.

<It means "tooth" in Mayan language.

=2==========

>Now come with me to our car.

>We got matters to discuss.

=3==========

>Petul has been having some health issues, and had to go back and forth to the city hospital recently.

>And now the enemy has both her and Koh in their hands...

=4==========

>Looks like Houzan plans on getting us off guard..

>He'll sic his Gran Tres dogs on our "nest" at the first opportunity he gets.

=5==========

>When you think about it, it makes sense,

>Finding out Metzabok's headquarters location must be his top priority right now.

=6==========

>I agree. Now...

>Take a look.

49-20

=4==========

>In exchange for sparing Petul and Koh's lives

>Houzan had one condition imposed on me.

=5==========

>This transmitter has a plastic bomb.

>We can detonate it remotely.

>But it will also explode in case you try to remove it.

>Don't forget about that.

>Here's your antibiotics, antipyretic and analgesics.

49-21

=1==========

>That's why I haven't headed towards our camp,

>And why I've delayed meeting with any of our comrades.

=2==========

>I suspected something was off...

>Why didn't you tell us sooner?

=3==========

>Had I told you

>What would you have done then?

=4==========

>So, Hijikata,

>Would you have used me as bait to lure out Houzan?

>Maybe you could dispose of me later.

>Then your real plans wouldn't be disturbed that way.

=5==========

>Wait... No, I would never do that.

=6==========

>Very well...

>In any case, we have entered the jungle.

=7==========

>Here we have the advantage.

>And now that we have met an ally

>We can start working on a strategy.

49-22

=1==========

>Wait.

>I never said

>I would cooperate with your group.

=2==========

>What!?

=3==========

>What do you mean Noh Ek!?

>We may share a common enemy,

=4==========

>But we are at war with the japanese.

>Can the cascabel join hands with the escorpión in battle?

TN: I went with the spanish word for scorpion too, since the furigana over "poisonous snake" spelled out cascabel (spanish for rattlesnake).

=5==========

>While we are worried about the cascabel

>The escorpión might prick us.

49-23

=1==========

>Woah, that's too harsh!!

>Don't lump us with their kind!

>He's the only escorpión here!!

>Are you bullying me!!?

=2==========

>I'm going my own way.

>You can do whatever you see more fit.

>Peace, Chan K'in.

>I'll go kill those guys and save Petul, Koh and Akashi Maya.

=3==========

>Don't take Yakushimaru Houzan and his Dokkaku soldiers lightly!!

=4==========

>You've gotten old, Chan K'in.

49-24

>Oi, you

>You reek of blood

>Is that human blood?

49-25

>"Dream like the jaguar" (Good night)

TN: Might also be "see the dream jaguar". I have many issues with this expression, see the final Translation Notes below.

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 No.115242

File: c793a54b01a6a1f⋯.jpg (64.39 KB, 505x599, 505:599, 505px-Jaguar_warrior.jpg)

Translation Notes

Chan K'in's fifth wife: The real Chan K'in actually only had four wives, with his fourth one not looking all that younger than him, actually. Adding a fifth wife might have been Baku's way of distancing his character from the real person.

"Dream like the jaguar": I haven't found a single mayan expression for "good night" that mentions jaguars or dreams directly. Instead, I found the Tz’utujil Mayan

expressions "xok aaq’a’" (pronounced shok-aak-ah) meaning "good night", and "na’an" (pronounced nah-an) for "good bye" (http://www.snailadventures.com/tzutujil-mayan-language/). The furigana above that sentence spells イルキン•バラーム, "irukin baraamu", literally. We've already established that "baraamu" equals "balam" (jaguar) but "irukin" could be anything like "ilukin", "ilk'in", etc. Searching all the variations I could think of didn't come up with any useable results, instead I learned that "k'in" means "day", but that's it (https://books.google.com.br/books?id=s1ooDwAAQBAJ&pg=PT69&lpg=PT69&dq=il+k%27in+mayan&source=bl&ots=tOSfeyg2Z2&sig=ACfU3U0EiS2e8ExD0HvS3EQ2rNyMjnQqdg&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwih9O_o4e_mAhVCCrkGHWtAAtUQ6AEwAHoECAMQAQ#v=onepage&q=il%20k'in%20mayan&f=false)(can'tpost a tinyurl). So I ignored the furigana in this case and went with the dubious expression given to us in japanese.

Jaguars in the mayan culture: While looking for "jaguars" and "night" I came across some interesting info that might relate to the phrase "Dream like the jaguar". The jaguar is said to have the ability to cross between worlds, and for the Maya daytime and nighttime represented two different worlds. The living and the earth are associated with the day, and the spirit world and the ancestors are associated with the night. As the jaguar is quite at home in the nighttime, it is believed to be part of the underworld; thus, "Maya gods with jaguar attributes or garments are underworld gods" (Benson 1998:64). (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jaguars_in_Mesoamerican_cultures)

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 No.115243

File: 8b62db766395e36⋯.jpg (448.25 KB, 2317x1241, 2317:1241, nwah.jpg)

>>115205

>>115129

He's still MIA.

>>115070

I'll start posting on the Number Girl thread then. It'll keep things more tidy.

>>115097

>noches

<tardes

how?!

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 No.115245

>>115240

fucking hell, why do I only notie some things after translating/proofreading/editin pics/posting?

49-22

>Can the cascabel join hands with the escorpión in battle?

should be

>Why join hands with the escorpión to fight the cascabel?

I mean, I knew that's what it should be, but messed up anyways.

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 No.115253

>>115240

Fuck²

I also missed a panel on pg 23. Sorry about that.

49-23

=3==========

>I'll also tell professor Akashi

>That you'll be coming over.

>W-wait, Noh Ek!!

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 No.115254

>>115239

>>115240

>>115245

>>115253

49-16

>To be strong doesnt mean one lacks weaknesses.

No strength is without its weaknesses,

>Just like to be weak doesn't mean one lacks strong points.

just as no weakness is without its strengths.

>If soemone has a shabby antenna,

"If rashly (なまじ), a good antenna (いいアンテナ) is brought (を持っとるから)"

If someone shows up with a powerful antenna

49-17 panel 5

>To me, battles are as natural as breathing.

呼吸 here might be its secondary meaning of "knack, trick, secret".

Fighting is fighting. It's all the same trick.

>When it comes down to dominating another person,

When it comes to dominating another person,

>I know everything that is to it.

I know how to do that too.

49-18 panel 3

>Guess that's fine, since the Lacandons have got so many gods after all.

カミ here is the honorary form of "wife".

You Lacandons can have as many wives as you want.

49-19 panel 1

>Like I said, very different social norms. Leave it be.

Look, it's a different culture. Leave it be.

49-19 panel 3

>Petul has been having some health issues, and had to go back and forth to the city hospital recently.

Petul has been having some health issues recently, so we sent her to the city hospital.

49-19 panel 4

>Looks like Houzan plans on getting us off guard..

In order to keep us from preparing ourselves...

>He'll sic his Gran Tres dogs on our "nest" at the first opportunity he gets.

Houzan's sent his Gran Tres dogs to force us out of our "nest".

49-19 panel 5

>When you think about it, it makes sense,

When you think about it, it makes sense.

>Finding out Metzabok's headquarters location must be his top priority right now.

Finding Metzabok's headquarters must be his top priority right now.

49-20 panel 4

>Houzan had one condition imposed on me.

Houzan had one condition.

49-21 panel 4

>Maybe you could dispose of me later.

Using up a decoy

>Then your real plans wouldn't be disturbed that way.

"おぬしの腹 (your stomach) は痛むまいな (wouldn't hurt any)"

wouldn't trouble your sleep much, would it?

49-21 panel 5

>Wait... No, I would never do that.

The tildes seem to imply insincerity, so I changed things with that in mind.

I... I would never consider doing such things!

49-22 panel 4

>But we are at war with the japanese.

But I will not fight alongside the Japanese.

49-22 panel 4

>Don't take Yakushimaru Houzan and his Dokkaku soldiers lightly!!

Shifting the panels, no actual edit.

Don't take Yakushimaru Houzan and his Dokkaku soldiers lightly!!

49-22 panel 5

>You've gotten old, Chan K'in.

Same as above.

You've gotten old, Chan K'in.

49-25

>"Dream like the jaguar" (Good night)

Even working off the TL's work in >>115242 , I couldn't find anything about this being a regular phrase either, so we'll just have to trust in the author's obvious enthusiasm for Mesoamerican languages.

"Dream of (the) jaguar, (ジャガーの夢) may you see it (を見るように)"

"May you dream of the jaguar." (Good night)

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 No.115296

>>115254

>kami is honorary for "wife"

really makes you think

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 No.115314

File: dc8895644123092⋯.png (1.98 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4926.png)

File: 437ddad46143299⋯.png (1.8 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4927.png)

File: 78d00dc7d8d8d7c⋯.png (2.03 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4928.png)

File: 9a2b90ab34756c7⋯.png (1.75 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4929.png)

File: e62f1c220f31c7a⋯.png (4.33 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono4930.png)

49-26

=1==========

>What is that?

=2==========

>If that's an american "big cat", it must be

>A puma or a jaguar.

>In any case, it must be bigger than a siberian tiger.

=3==========

>Gigantism?

>Possibly...

=4==========

>His smell... Is identical to Kayun's.

>'They siblings?

=5==========

>Noh Ek and Kayun

>Were born from my first wife,

>Twins.

>Wait what!?

=6==========

>That cold-hearted punk!!

49-27

=1==========

>So what do we do now?

=2==========

>First things first.

>How about we extract Chan K'in's transmitter?

=3==========

>Can you do that?

>Absolutely.

>I like to think of myself as the "know it all" type.

=4==========

>But, assuming it is really rigged to explode upon extraction,

=5==========

>Then the detonation switch must be linked to his body temperature.

=6==========

>I see.

>So if it detects a temperature lower than a body's

>It'll explode.

49-28

=1==========

>Hanuma-san, please boil some water.

>Mikado-san, I need you to go hunting.

>Hunting?

=2==========

>It has to be a suitable animal, captured alive.

>No reptiles.

>It has to he a mammal.

=3==========

>...leave it to me.

>I got you.

=5==========

{クン} sniff

49-29

=1==========

>I can find footprints by their smell.

>Odd-toed marks.

=2==========

>From the length of it's stride, it must be under two meters long.

=3==========

>And from the fibers in his feces...

=4==========

>A tapir.

>It passed by here in the evening.

=6==========

>Marks on that tree trunk, did something scrape on it?

>Maybe a horn...

=7==========

>A deer.

>It went towards the river.

>One or two hours ago.

49-30

>I understand it...

>I understand it all!!

>So much information!!

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 No.115385

File: ed1a257d5b51769⋯.png (863.35 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, My hate won't let me die.png)

>>115377

>We are fucking missing our ace typesetter, which is an aussie and most likely crisp by now, in the most literal sense.

>We can't take on any new ventures ATM.

<Decide to come to this thread and see if I can fill in

Okay, what the fuck needs to be done!

I'm not that Anon, but I could probably help.

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 No.115466

File: 02f1bd835c052ff⋯.webm (7.29 MB, 854x480, 427:240, Boku no Shia.webm)

>>115385

It's a tall task, cleaning/redrawing/typesetting.

Last chapter Sparrow did was ch39.

I've made a text file with the final translation for chapter 40.

https://files.catbox.moe/n1mgu5.txt

Raws: https://www.mediafire.com/folder/myys3wjyyywmg/Kouya_ni_Kemono_Doukokusu#myfiles

Link to bunker thread: https://prolikewoah.com/animu/res/4873.html#5805

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 No.115481

>>115314

49-26 panel 2

>If that's an american "big cat", it must be

If it's one of the American continent's "big cats",

>A puma or a jaguar.

maybe a puma or jaguar.

49-27 panel 3

>Absolutely.

Let's see...

>I like to think of myself as the "know it all" type.

It's probably a type I know about...

49-28 panel 2

>It has to he a mammal.

It has to be a mammal.

49-28 panel 3

>...leave it to me.

...oh, I see.

>I got you.

Got it.

49-29 panel 2

>From the length of it's stride, it must be under two meters long.

From the length of its stride, it must be under two meters long.

49-29 panel 4

>It passed by here in the evening.

It passed by this evening.

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 No.115501

File: 3b7e495668c0eac⋯.jpg (881.32 KB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_035.jpg)

49-omake

{Title} Vajra and the legendary strength of the buffaloes.

Vajra's form isn't entirely bovine. At the time I was designing the Dokkaku soldiers, I didn't intend to make them straight into cow-man, bird-man, rabbit-man and the like. They are the result or random genetic shuffling, and should only remotely resemble animals. That's the feeling I wanted to evoke. I was worried that looking too much like a bovine would make him look cutesy. But now I'm not entirely sure that might have been the case.

Incidentally, I watched a documentary some time ago. In it a group of lions attacked some african buffaloes, and managed to capture one of their calves. Naturally, they intended to eat it. But suddenly, an enormous Nile crocodile creeped out of the river and snatched their prey. The lions were confused at first, but soon they were each respectively biting into the calf's head and rear. The situation had become a fierce tug of war. On that note, a crocodile's biting strength can reach about 1 ton. Nevertheless, the crocodile gave up, released its prey and returned to the river.

But before anyone noticed, the buffalo herd had returned, surrounding the lions. Once the lion's battle formation was broken, they were no match for the buffaloes. These immediately started to dispense kicks, and the lions soon ran away as they started getting hit. Then, a surprising scene took place. That buffalo calf that was believed to be dead suddenly stood up and started walking as if nothing had happened, and was soon following its mother.

Buffaloes are amazing. There's no mistake they are among the strongest mammals, alongside elephants and hippopotamus. I'm sorry for ever doubting you, Vajra-san.

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 No.115502

>>115501

{Top} Dokkaku Soldier ー Basara (japanese) ー Vajra

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 No.115503

>>115385

If you don't feel like doing everything we can ask around for more help. Maybe dividing the labor can be more efficient than leaving it all to a single person.

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 No.115513

>>115501

>>115502

49-omake

>{Title} Vajra and the legendary strength of the buffaloes.

I'm one of those pedants that think the plural of buffalo is "buffalo", like in the song Home on the Range. However, "buffaloes" is accepted as correct English too. The typesetter will have to decide.

{Title} Vajra and the legendary strength of the buffalo

>Vajra's form isn't entirely bovine. At the time I was designing the Dokkaku soldiers, I didn't intend to make them straight into cow-man, bird-man, rabbit-man and the like. They are the result or random genetic shuffling, and should only remotely resemble animals. That's the feeling I wanted to evoke. I was worried that looking too much like a bovine would make him look cutesy. But now I'm not entirely sure that might have been the case.

Vajra's form isn't entirely bovine. At the time I was designing the Dokkaku soldiers, I didn't intend to make them straight into cow-men, bird-men, rabbit-men and the like. They are the result of random genetic shuffling, and should only remotely resemble animals; that's the feeling I wanted to evoke. However, I still wonder today if Vajra would have looked better with more clearly bovine features.

>Incidentally, I watched a documentary some time ago. In it a group of lions attacked some african buffaloes, and managed to capture one of their calves. Naturally, they intended to eat it. But suddenly, an enormous Nile crocodile creeped out of the river and snatched their prey. The lions were confused at first, but soon they were each respectively biting into the calf's head and rear. The situation had become a fierce tug of war. On that note, a crocodile's biting strength can reach about 1 ton. Nevertheless, the crocodile gave up, released its prey and returned to the river.

Incidentally, I watched an incredible documentary recently. In it, a group of lions attacked some african buffalo and managed to capture one of their calves. Naturally, they intended to eat it. But suddenly, an enormous Nile crocodile slithered out of a nearby river and snatched their prey. The lions were confused at first, but soon they were each respectively biting into the calf's head and rear. The situation had become a fierce tug of war. On that note, a crocodile's biting strength can reach about 1 ton. Nevertheless, the crocodile gave up, released its prey and returned to the river.

>But before anyone noticed, the buffalo herd had returned, surrounding the lions. Once the lion's battle formation was broken, they were no match for the buffaloes. These immediately started to dispense kicks, and the lions soon ran away as they started getting hit. Then, a surprising scene took place. That buffalo calf that was believed to be dead suddenly stood up and started walking as if nothing had happened, and was soon following its mother.

But before anyone had noticed, the buffalo herd had returned, surrounding the lions. Once the lions' battle formation was broken, they were no match for the buffalo; routed, they fled in a panic. Then, something astonishing occurred. The buffalo calf that had looked just like a corpse suddenly stood up and started walking as if nothing had happened, and was soon following its mother.

>Buffaloes are amazing. There's no mistake they are among the strongest mammals, alongside elephants and hippopotamus. I'm sorry for ever doubting you, Vajra-san.

Buffalo are amazing. There's no mistake they are among the strongest mammals, alongside elephants and hippopotami. I'm sorry I made you leave such a weak impression, Vajra-san.

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 No.115515

File: 8e4a50e4accb360⋯.png (490.47 KB, 1000x707, 1000:707, ClipboardImage.png)

>>115513

You know what they say:

Potato, Bufálo

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 No.115568

>>115503

TWOMR anon, I'm probably OK to help too but not likely the whole thing since it's a lot backlogged and I don't know the series at all. How is the other anon for cleaning and typesetting? Maybe divvying it up would work out.

More generally my preference is to work on lewd or even full H if there's any suggestions on that front, but that can wait.

Hopefully that other Australian is doing OK. It sucks when anons vanish.

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 No.115569

>>115568

I hope the Aussie is doing well and finds his way back someday. /animu/ scans can try recruiting.

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 No.115572

File: 4c385429e61d1de⋯.png (35.91 KB, 1389x367, 1389:367, fuck.PNG)

Second message I sent him, still no reply. Hasn't been around here for a good month and a half. BUT he was online on mangadex 10 days ago. Shady shit, n-never liked that faggot anyway.

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 No.115602

I'll ask around for help tomorrow, but I need to know if anyone here will volunteer for any specific task, like cleaning etc.

First I'll look around other boards, but if no one shows up, I'll probably ask on mangadex (if push comes to shove,I won't direct anyone here at first, don't worry)

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 No.115603

File: a89e73209513636⋯.gif (1.09 MB, 400x360, 10:9, 7ea8022c01d8efc4938af4806d….gif)

>>115572

I would totally read a romance manga about scanlators.

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 No.115607

Decided to put up a notice on /v/'s share thread already. Let's see if we attract some more attention from there.

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 No.115615

>>115602

I might contribute tomorrow if I'm not doing anything.

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 No.115624

File: 45735d1c6f745b6⋯.png (695.53 KB, 1499x1135, 1499:1135, b904b90e822a33a567abb06f85….png)

>>115602

Going by prior editing work for the series they don't seem to require heavy skill (no large SFX changed, most text just needs white-out, etc.) and I'm fine with either the cleaning or typesetting depending who wants what. Whoever is typesetting ideally uses the same fonts though. An /animu/ collection would probably be a good idea there.

https://mega.nz/#F!QR0GBYaD!cMCmXKRwdbRMHJ3g0wpWqw

I haven't included all in image related, only the ones I needed plus a couple more. Also a fixed Komika Hand since the default has ' and " as left-right quotes which is stupid.

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 No.115628

>>115602

>>115624

>>115607

Saw the request. I'd be willing to give typesetting a try, if you guys can also provide information that might help with consistency on that front (IE: specific fonts used, do certain characters have a designated font, etc). I can easily blank text solid color boxes too, but I don't think I'd be much use for redraws if needed.

Figure I might at least try a page first and see what other anons think. Looking in the mediafire folder, what volume is chapter 40 in?

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 No.115640

File: b23c9b2a06e42f2⋯.png (2.44 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, ClipboardImage.png)

File: d650b91474e343d⋯.png (1.18 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 4b28a61f071cbd8⋯.png (1.85 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 777d64a89b43239⋯.png (6.45 MB, 2320x1600, 29:20, ClipboardImage.png)

>>115628

It's in volume 7.

Unfortunately I won't know any font names. What I can tell from observation is that Sparrow used mainly 3 fonts:

One "normal" for most speech bubbles

One for screaming. See first pic ("UWAAA")

And one for the rispy voice of the Dokkaku soldiers (that's how the genetically altered soldiers are called.). Makura (the monkey girl, second pic) is the only exception, as her voice soudns normal.

Other than that, sfx and animal cries saw some variation too.

Since we don't know which fonts those are, I'll leave it up to you to use something you might find equally suitable.

Also, we rarely translate out-of-bubble sfx. And when we do, we leave it as an out-of-panel translation. That eases the redrawing task. Redrawing has been most necessary for out-of-bubble speech that overlaps with some art, which is rare, and making some spread pages' union more seamless (like fourth pic)

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 No.115642

File: e680c8e0735f8aa⋯.png (1.99 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, ClipboardImage.png)

>>115640

Sorry, forgot to post an example of a Dokkaku soldier's rispy voice font.

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 No.115647

>>115640

>>115642

Alright, I'll see if I can find matches for the fonts in that font pack above, and try to get a test page or two out either this evening or tonight.

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 No.115651

>>115647

Hit us up if you need to ask anything.

In case the transcript's format on https://files.catbox.moe/n1mgu5.txt seems too confusing:

>in-bubble speech

<out-of-bubble speech

{everything else}

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 No.115652

File: 17cbde8f85a0c72⋯.webm (5.2 MB, 360x270, 4:3, real time representation ….webm)

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

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 No.115679

File: eb37e194af85be5⋯.jpg (1008.44 KB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_036.jpg)

File: 8078d01d209c5a0⋯.jpg (932.64 KB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_037.jpg)

File: 6a0db249c83d039⋯.png (2.28 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono5003.png)

File: 59c344073ca0722⋯.png (1.77 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono5004.png)

File: 12db9d0b924e0ef⋯.png (2.45 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono5005.png)

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 No.115680

File: 72ca0a1c57ece74⋯.png (2.04 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono5006.png)

File: 1b92410bc9bfe4b⋯.png (1.8 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono5007.png)

File: b0ba4789e457798⋯.png (1.99 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono5008.png)

File: cc0940efa5639db⋯.png (2.05 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono5009.png)

File: 60dd94c7a15c3ce⋯.png (1.91 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono5010.png)

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 No.115681

File: 9428c466b1e258a⋯.png (2.24 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono5011.png)

File: 62460ad17a7b8cc⋯.png (2.45 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono5012.png)

File: 95d43b310645fd5⋯.png (2.52 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono5013.png)

File: 25572e553545e3e⋯.jpg (1.22 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_049.jpg)

File: c2fa714e8b864fe⋯.png (6.4 MB, 2350x1600, 47:32, Kemono5015&16.png)

50-01

{Title} Molting

50-03

=1==========

>Thanks for your hard work.

>Welcome.

=2==========

>This large rodent is called a paca.

>They're called tepezcuintle in spanish, and the lacandon call it ripustinku, among many other different pronunciations.

>By the way, they are delicious.

{キー} kiii

<You'd expect there would be a market for captured large rodents, like the marmot, to be sold for human consumption, but alas there were no prospects for selling these as livestock.

=3==========

>Who are you explaining that to?

=4==========

>Well then,

>Let's begin.

50-04

=1==========

>Hold him down firmly.

>He'll exert a great amount of force by reflex.

=2==========

>Okaaa~y

>Try having happy thoughts.

=4==========

>UUUHH!!

=6==========

>It's very adhered to the tissue...

50-05

=1==========

>Hanuma-san, the towel!

>Omigewdness!

=2==========

>I can't let it come in contact with open air...

=4==========

>NUH!

>GUUH...

50-06

=2==========

>It's out...!

=3==========

>It's only under two centimeters is size, but if it were to explode

>The blast radius could reach 10 meters.

=4==========

>You're well informed about this.

=5==========

>That's because

>High performance compact manufacturing

>Is my field of expertise.

>I see...

=6==========

>I need you to hold on for a little longer, I'm going to suture.

50-07

=1==========

>That must have been one of the reasons why Majira had his sights on you

>Yes

>Something like that.

=2==========

>Alright.

=3==========

>Mikado-san, I leave him to your medical care.

>Understood.

=4==========

>For our next step...

=5==========

{ギィッ} Giiii

50-08

=1==========

{キッ} Kiii

=2==========

>Good!

>Hanuma-san, the pin!

=3==========

{プッ} stab

=5==========

>Phew

>We're done!!

=7==========

{キッ} Kii!

50-09

=1==========

>Let's give him some time.

>Your performance was amazing. That takes a lot of guts.

>Oh it was nothing.

=2==========

>Hi... Hijikata...

>Thank you...

=3==========

>You look the kind who's lived lots of different experiences.

>Have you ever been in the military?

>Aah... Well...

=4==========

>I was in the Foreign Legion...

>Been here and there.

>Africa, Southeast Asia, Middle East...

=5===========

>You like that sorta thing?

>I'm the bot calling the kettle black, but still...

>Let's just say a wild child from a splendid family

>Has got no place in this world.

=6==========

>So youre saying...

>You had a destitute life, is that it?

50-10

=1==========

>You could say that, after all having all the money one could ever need to live freely

>Can make life surprisingly destitute of thrills.

TN: I'm guessing Hijikata misunderstood makura here. The word she uses for "poor" can also mean "inconvenient" or "discomforting".

>Ugh

>I'm so mad at you right now.

>And by mad I mean furious.

>My Dokkaku senses even tell me you're being 100% honest.

=2==========

>He's bleeding a lot.

>It's probably better to go back and take him to a hospital

=3==========

>It's... it's alright...

>I'm not dead yet.

>It won... won't even take three days to get...

>Get to Akashi's Camp.

=4==========

>It has all sorts of medical equipments there...

>It'll be better than going to a hospital...

=5==========

>Ok! Then we must hurry.

>There's something worrying me.

50-11

=1==========

>Worrying you?

=2==========

>Although he has his hostages,

>What if Houzan believes Chan K'in intended to take us

>Straight to professor Akashi's camp from the very beginning ?

=4==========

>What do you think, Hijikata-san?

>I see what you mean.

=5==========

>Although Chan K'in hasn't taken us directly there,

>Nevertheless we are in it's vicinity.

>He could be launching a scouting party to the area, and then...

>Yes, it's certainly possible.

50-12

=1==========

>I knew a villain would think like a villain.

>What are you trying to say!?

=2==========

>Hnng...

=3==========

>I knew it...

>It would have been better if I had simply disclosed everything with you

>From the beginning.

=4==========

>There's no point in doing anything in a hurry

>It's also useless to hold regrets.

>The former leads to mistakes.

>The latter gives birth to new regrets.

>Just something your friend once said.

50-13

=1==========

>Friend...?

=2==========

>The one who liked alcohol and fishing.

>The novelist.

=3==========

>It's getting dark, we must go.

>It's getting harder on Chan K'in...

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 No.115682

File: d491d346ee98418⋯.jpg (62.15 KB, 761x756, 761:756, WS000000.jpg)

Translation Notes

Omigewdness: Makura's like and the face she makes later, pressing on her cheeks with her hands, is a reference to the character Pinoko from the manga and anime "Black Jack". Pinoko is Dr. Black Jack's assistant and her main form of comic relief is yelling アッチョンブリケ(Acchonburike)—a phrase that has no real meaning but taken as a rough equivalent to "Oh my goodness!" (often spelled "Omigewdness" in fansubs) or "I don't believe it!" (as translated when she appeared in an episode of the Astro Boy 80s series), in English—while pressing her cheeks together with her hands when something surprising happens. In the 2004 English dub of the anime, she shouts "Allamoby!" Also, she says Aramanchu!, which has no real meaning, but can be roughly translated as "okey dokey!".

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 No.115683

File: 9016e5d754a9444⋯.jpg (71.55 KB, 639x644, 639:644, CqTCJyEUIAIj5Hw.jpg large.jpg)

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 No.115699

>>115651

Thanks for the advice. Doing some reverse searching of previously used fonts first; that Dokkaku voice seems to use "Wahroonga" for example, while that orangutan (or at least I assume) in the third image here >>115640 seem to use "Alfons Tiki Regular". The good news is that Wahroonga is freely available, but unless Sparrow was yarrharring fonts, Alfons Tiki is a solid $20. I'll see if there's something analogous that's free. Anyhow, I'm just saying as it might be useful to put together a resource sheet for projects like these.

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 No.115702

>>115652

This is a feeling I feel deeply. Please let me say "thank you" to the various anons offering to contribute.

>>115679

>>115680

>>115681

>>115682

>>115683

50-04 panel 2

>Try having happy thoughts.

Try thinking happy thoughts!

50-04 panel 6

>It's very adhered to the tissue...

It's firmly adhered to the tissue...

50-06 panel 5

>Is my field of expertise.

is what the Hijikata Group does best.

50-09 panel 4

>Africa, Southeast Asia, Middle East...

Africa, Southeast Asia, the Middle East...

50-09 panel 5

>I'm the bot calling the kettle black, but still...

I'm the pot calling the kettle black, but still...

>Has got no place in this world.

has no place in this world.

50-09 panel 6

>So youre saying...

Yeah, but...

>You had a destitute life, is that it?

"For your daily life, (生活に) you didn't have any restrictions, (不自由はなかった) right? (やろ?)"

Adjusted slightly based on the next page.

you never had to worry about money, right?

50-10 panel 1

>You could say that, after all having all the money one could ever need to live freely

The freedom of having as much money as you want

>Can make life surprisingly destitute of thrills.

can be surprisingly empty...

50-10 panel 4

>It has all sorts of medical equipments there...

All sorts of medical equipment is there...

50-11 panel 2

>What if Houzan believes Chan K'in intended to take us

Do you really think Houzan would expect

>Straight to professor Akashi's camp from the very beginning ?

Chan K'in to immediately head for Akashi's camp?

50-11 panel 5

>Although Chan K'in hasn't taken us directly there,

If anything, I'd expect Chan K'in not to go there.

>Nevertheless we are in it's vicinity.

So I could note the places he wasn't too far away from,

>He could be launching a scouting party to the area, and then...

and leave those spots out of my search area...

50-12 panel 3

>It would have been better if I had simply disclosed everything with you

I should have told you everything

50-13 panel 3

>It's getting dark, we must go.

We'll go once it's light.

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 No.115712

File: 2988ad2cc332992⋯.jpg (1.02 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, sample_1.jpg)

File: a180cb14f566670⋯.jpg (892.6 KB, 1160x1600, 29:40, sample_2.jpg)

>>115651

>>115699

The other two main fonts used seem to be "Anime Ace BB" for the standard speech, and "DeathRattle BB" for screaming, both of which being free. A note to anyone else curious about reverse searching fonts, make sure the text is flat horizontal, not warped, and ideally has space between the characters as opposed to bleeding into itself. Even after pulling an exclamation sample from another page (because the one above had a warp on it), reverse searching still couldn't find anything, because it kept trying to group multiple letters as single characters. I wound up finding it after manually searching for manga suitable fonts and comparing between examples.

Using these pages as tests since they're the first with regular text (first page of the chapter needs the area for the title cleared, and the second and third are a two page spread that would need stitching and/or redrawing down the center). As a question, how do have you guys been handling larger words that normally would break the confines of the speech bubble? At the original size I tried here (5 pt) the likes of "surrounded," went out of the bounds in trying to keep it on the same line, as does "Hijikata" at a 6 bold (as the kanji for the name are noticeably stronger than the other text on the page). Do you guys find it preferable to break and hyphenate such words while sticking with the same size, reduce the font size for the bubble so it fits (what I did for "surrounded"), or just leave it as is and stroke it so it pops (as with the name)? Also, what about font size in general? Do you guys want it consistent between areas of the same type like the Japanese text is, or is adjusting to better fit each bubble better? Using some of the pages posted in the share thread on /v/, it seems like the latter's what's been done before, but I'd probably have to compare with the Japanese pages to know for sure.

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 No.115714

>>115712

I personally don't mind rhe text bleeding or off the bubble slightly, like in your example. And I prefer when don't size is more consistent too.

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 No.115719

>>115714

Alright, I'll keep that in mind going forward. I'd considered stroking the "surrounded," at it's original 5 pt as well, but it felt like it was extending too far even without it, especially into the nearby hair centered at the larger size. For now I'm going to stick with 4 pt and see how that handles going forward, but it's most likely going to depend on how well the longest line given fits into its bubble.

I take it she's supposed to be whistling in the bottom panel of that second one? Just asking to confirm as the transcript doesn't seem to make note of it.

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 No.115727

File: c4d837dd197c1b7⋯.png (148.05 KB, 394x328, 197:164, actually.png)

File: d2b682e8f78582f⋯.png (152.92 KB, 410x325, 82:65, really.png)

File: fbe4923de51d129⋯.png (407.56 KB, 692x584, 173:146, line split 1.png)

File: cf9abab2adfc141⋯.png (423.51 KB, 696x598, 348:299, line split 2.png)

Few questions: Is it alright to slightly rephrase things so it flows or lays out better? For instance, in the transcript for page 10, wording the first line in panel three as "Well, that's a tricky subject, really." feels like it would conform better with the bubble than "Well, that's a tricky subject, actually." Or on page 16, where a line is currently broken up between two bubbles as

>Did you know that Dokkaku soldiers are

>Man eaters?

Part of me thinks moving the "are" to the second bubble would sound a bit more natural for where there might be a short pause in how the reader "hears" his voice. I just thought I'd ask first before making any actual changes. I don't really want to be deviating from the transcript too much, but factors like visual spacing and how the mind reads lines are things to consider.

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 No.115728

>>115727

Yeah, that's fine too. Usually Sparrow did these small changes if he saw fit, and if anyone objected they pointed it out in Quality Control.

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 No.115740

File: 7207bded8164443⋯.jpg (867.05 KB, 1160x1600, 29:40, sample_3.jpg)

File: 51b0e2b1fe87bb8⋯.png (24.46 KB, 368x338, 184:169, overshot.png)

File: f367f4575e8b678⋯.png (11.99 KB, 234x261, 26:29, overshot2.png)

>>115728

Alright, I'll still try to use such sparingly though. Got through to page 22 of the transcript for initial insertion tonight. Hopefully that's not too slow a start. Still need translations for the sound effects though, and some pages' text is comprised solely of those. Not sure if you guys want to handle providing them too, or if I should just try looking them up somewhere. Page 1 of the chapter needs the area for the chapter subtitle redrawn or cleared (whatever you want to call placing more background over the kanji). Pages 2 and 3, and 18 and 19, need stitching/redrawing if you want to have them as two page spreads. Page 9 may need some minor redrawing, where the runes in panel two exceeded the bubble (lower right area of it, see crops; might try to find a more "wet" looking font for the "glubglubglub").

Also, with the cases where they're no longer speaking in Japanese, do you just want to let the translator notes continue to solely signify the start and end of that, or would you prefer it to be visually distinct as well, the way the Japanese text is?

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 No.115750

>>115740

>Still need translations for the sound effects though

We haven't been translating out-of-bubble sfx, unless it has any effect on storytelling

>Page 9 may need some minor redrawing, where the runes in panel two exceeded the bubble

I think the one you posted looks fine, no need to touch on that further, imo.

>Also, with the cases where they're no longer speaking in Japanese, do you just want to let the translator notes continue to solely signify the start and end of that, or would you prefer it to be visually distinct as well, the way the Japanese text is?

Visually distinct would be better, more in line with the raw text, maybe a different font or something. It would probably still need a TN to alert the reader of what the new font means the first time it shows up.

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 No.115751

File: 91f0a2fd922a0f1⋯.jpg (134.87 KB, 857x1104, 857:1104, ganbare biiiiimu.jpg)

Anyone up to the redrawing task?

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 No.115764

>>115751

Which ones?

(What the fuck is this "archive" checkbox too?)

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 No.115766

>>115764

these

>>115740

>page 1: title

>Pages 2 and 3, and 18 and 19, need stitching/redrawing

I'm personally fine with simply stitching two pages together, but if anyone has the artistical inclination to fix any matching errors between the pages it would be better

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 No.115767

File: b9cdf872a641019⋯.png (79.04 KB, 1239x312, 413:104, title1.png)

File: 8848e4648bc5fb4⋯.png (74.25 KB, 1197x309, 399:103, title2.png)

>>115750

>We haven't been translating out-of-bubble sfx, unless it has any effect on storytelling

Ah, so not at all then? I'd just been wondering if most were absent from the transcript due to not having bubbles aside from Hijikata getting patted down, but if you guys aren't doing them at all, that makes things simpler.

>I think the one you posted looks fine, no need to touch on that further, imo.

If you say so.

>Visually distinct would be better, more in line with the raw text, maybe a different font or something. It would probably still need a TN to alert the reader of what the new font means the first time it shows up.

I'd been thinking more along the lines of something similar to an alignment shift. Will try some stuff out for it later (I'm usually apt to be around evening and nights) and see how it turns out. First thing's just getting all the text in there.

>>115766

>>115764

For the record (just saying to be clear for whoever gives it a go if they're not familiar), as to the title, I specifically mean the area of the specific name. Looking at how a previous chapter as done, the "Act [X]:" is maintained as is, but the English name after it is inserted in place of the Japanese one. Without redrawing the background over the kanji adequately, or severely bloating the stroke around the English text, you'd get a mess like the second picture.

I also did try giving the potential for stitching a go, at least for 2 and 3, but without fucking with the page sizes, moving one up or down on the canvas by a few pixels, you can get about half to align right, while the other half starts getting off. Could be better to downscale one side, but that might throw other things off, and it's not really a set of images you could easily make up the difference in white space. Just my observations.

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 No.115768

>>115767

Screenshots are also of the file blown up to 400% normal viweing size, in case anyone anyone thinks the output file is going to be that blocky. Maybe should have taken them at 100% instead.

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 No.115777

File: e347379f130197f⋯.png (3.44 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, 0000_087e57ff8949d5bc46571….png)

On it. The page splices should be fairly straightforward too. Normally I'd do the entire title over for consistency, but for consistency with previous releases it's only the bit after.

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 No.115785

File: 24f8ce06c42c776⋯.png (5.97 MB, 2318x1598, 1159:799, 0001_1bd0c4997b3e2d52e3370….png)

File: 9f74408bba4c7ae⋯.png (4.4 MB, 2320x1599, 2320:1599, 0018_d911c8f14d1dcc6b3178b….png)

Be right back, fapping.

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 No.115800

File: b72e893e7f1c1fd⋯.jpg (37.87 KB, 680x510, 4:3, mom you have to knock befo….jpg)

>>115785

Take your time

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 No.115807

File: 9fab6bbdfab0804⋯.png (1010.22 KB, 1125x1600, 45:64, 07.png)

>>115800

I'm done unless you were expecting the whole lot cleaned, which I can if you really want but that is a step I skimp on if I can.

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 No.115811

File: 5c69b72cf892b0b⋯.png (5.92 MB, 2320x1600, 29:20, help.png)

Different anon, I tried fixing pages 26 and 27 from act 41, anyone has a tip on fixing this type of error?

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 No.115851

File: 82924f666ea0332⋯.jpg (1.25 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, sample_title.jpg)

>>115777

>>115785

Thanks tripsman. Looks like about five pages left (though I don't see a signifier for where the chapter actually ends, but maybe in volume form it's not as necessary) for initial insertion, though I'll still give it another pass to make sure everything's sitting right visually.

>>115807

He's not me.

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 No.115852

>>115807

Kek no I was joking, hence the claymore mine. Thanks for the help.

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 No.115860

File: 84f4d6b44cf0de4⋯.png (384.32 KB, 454x547, 454:547, v1.png)

File: 74612279f8c1a77⋯.png (342.58 KB, 443x514, 443:514, v2.png)

File: 6a4a3ced8e21de2⋯.png (292.55 KB, 410x474, 205:237, v3.png)

File: bb0a86ef76be5a7⋯.png (318.06 KB, 448x477, 448:477, v4.png)

Trying to find the best way to split up this set of connected bubbles on page 27. Lines in the transcript for them are

>I thought they were supposed to do everything they could to not kill us or damage our heads.

>Didn't he get Houzan's memo!?

I've included what it looks like as a base, as well as some other possible ways of handling it, though regardless, I'd like to swap "all" in for "everything" as it's easier to work with for. Still, I personally find these other three options to have their own problems, but being this is what I can think of, short of reducing the font size (which I don't really want to do; the Japanese text in there is still the same I've been using standard 4 pt for throughout the chapter), I thought I'd run them by you guys for thoughts on which route might be best to go with, or if someone has a better idea than these for handling it.

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 No.115867

>>115860

Fuck, forgot I left sage on.

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 No.115895

>>115860

>>115860

TL here.

Third one looks better, I think.

I try to divide the text more or less like I think it would fit the speech bubbles, but I leave to the typesetter the final decision on how to do it.

If you feel like using the space of two bubbles to include one single text that's fine too.

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 No.115898

>>115860

Don't do #4 _ever_ unless the original text is sloped and that's never the case in bubbles. I think 3 is a reasonable compromise unless the wording can be changed to fit better with the original bubbles.

>>115811

I'm stuffed on that one too but colour leveling in general is something I've not had to do. I'll have a play later. At least there's no text on them.

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 No.115930

File: ccf447db5b9d175⋯.png (261.64 KB, 413x434, 59:62, v3-2.png)

File: a345661b701b8d1⋯.png (261.42 KB, 397x460, 397:460, single bubble.png)

>>115895

>Third one looks better, I think.

I'll go with some form of that then, unless someone comes up with better. Here's a sample without the break between lines in the third bubble as well.

>If you feel like using the space of two bubbles to include one single text that's fine too.

Technically, while it can fit as is like that, the shape of the bubbles becomes awkward as the space allotted for the contents feels off, at least if you ask me. And while you could break it up into multiple horizontal text frames, retaining the proper baseline height while editing the horizontal positioning of various lines to better make use of said framing space, the overall text structure of the bubble looks uglier for it because the alignment ceases to be carried properly throughout. Granted, I know sometimes there might not be much choice in terms of either, but I'd rather avoid that here.

I'll work on reviewing positioning and fonts more this evening, now that all the text is overlaid.

>>115898

Noted. And I wasn't real big on v4 myself for those same reasons, but figured I ought to at least try to exhaust what possibilities there might be as samples and see which was preferable.

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 No.115936

I've only been reading manga for a few months but I'm really curious about something, what's with the extreme overuse of 'moreover' by many groups?

It's a really awkward and stilted word to use in a conversation (as opposed to in writing) yet I've read some stuff where it's used multiple times every single chapter.

Is it the translation of some commonly used Japanese word that is perfectly normal to constantly repeat in every day conversations?

Also why are some groups so trash that they can't even get a person with at least passable English to proofread their stuff? You'd think after spending the effort to translate something, least they could do is have someone skim over it to fix typos and grammar issues. Should be the easiest position to both fill and accomplish

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 No.115941

File: 46804cbfa626976⋯.jpg (110.78 KB, 400x600, 2:3, smug toehoe.jpg)

>>115936

It can't be helped.

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 No.115952

File: 70d7cf57c8c9e45⋯.png (2.47 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono5017.png)

File: a15c1a8a95dc14d⋯.png (3.56 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono5018.png)

File: a62106680f9d5cf⋯.png (2.4 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono5019.png)

File: 253654689eab8c0⋯.png (1.97 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono5021.png)

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 No.115953

File: 18e81fa640acfb4⋯.png (2.29 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono5022.png)

File: 2088d87f4ba165f⋯.png (2.75 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono5023.png)

File: 5b37e8f44f46874⋯.jpg (906.85 KB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_059.jpg)

File: dc98d61533c4346⋯.png (5.27 MB, 2350x1600, 47:32, Kemono5025&26.png)

File: 061af44f2c8321d⋯.jpg (959.6 KB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_062.jpg)

50-17

=2==========

>The transmitter has been moving in a strange pattern since the evening...

>Are they scheming something?

=3==========

>But I have enough data to analyze from their movement up until now.

>And if I take into account convenient survival features and possible emergency escape routes...

>That's it, along this river...

=4==========

>With Majira, Pajra and Andira's habilities

>They might be able to find their location in a day or two.

50-18

=1==========

>Open.

=2==========

>Remember you're not allowed to eat them, first lieutenant.

>Eeeehh?

>Dont "eeeehh" me.

50-19

=4==========

>Kumbhira is getting closer.

>He might reunite with your people soon.

=5==========

>I gotta ask,

>Do you think you guys have any chance of winning in all this?

50-20

=1==========

>You know

>It's not just us.

>You're up against the world.

=2==========

>With the recent unveiling of those oil fields,

>China, India, Russia...

>They are all going to jump in this fight.

>You are going to make a lot of enemies.

=3==========

>Hey, what's in that jungle?

>What are your people trying to protect?

50-21

=1==========

>The Howling Monkey tribe's ancestral spirit.

>Our traditions.

>Our heritage.

=2==========

>Give me a break.

>Of all the possible answers, you had to give me the most boring one.

=3==========

>You I can understand, Akashi Maya.

>You are half Lacandon.

>But I don't get your father.

>A mere japanese archeologist organizing a resistance guerrilla group?

>Why did he get himself involved in all this?

50-22

=1==========

>Only my father

>Can answer that.

{にゅ} nyu

{にゃんッ} nyan!

=2==========

>We're very close to cracking down his whereabouts.

>Akashi Maya,

>Maybe you could convince him to settle this situation peacefully?

=3==========

>You...

>You want me to persuade my father and his group to surrender?

=4==========

>I'm just putting things in perspective.

>But only because it's something I'm obligated to say.

50-23

>If it were me,

>I'd fight, down to the last man.

{フー} huff (in this page and the next)

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 No.115954

>>115936

>Is it the translation of some commonly used Japanese word that is perfectly normal to constantly repeat in every day conversations?

Ding ding ding!

That's exactly the case.

>>115930

You asked earlyer where chapter 40 ended. p_121 is it's last page. The next two pages are ch41 spread title pages.

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 No.115955

File: 2bb1fdf9cae4d80⋯.png (330.99 KB, 349x647, 349:647, a cat is fine too.png)

File: b4944401de3576d⋯.png (677.55 KB, 1122x601, 1122:601, a cat is fine 2.png)

My murderous rapist can't possibly be this cute

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 No.115956

File: 8caed26a5e00dce⋯.png (2.05 MB, 1600x1600, 1:1, Kemono5020.png)

>missed page 20

Counting is hard.

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 No.115957

>>115956

>>115956

On that subject: Has anyone figured how to delete their posts/images? When I mess up like this, I prefer to redo my posts, but now I can't.

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 No.115999

File: 553a0ee25402ec6⋯.png (38.09 KB, 676x426, 338:213, ClipboardImage.png)

File: b973c78918d0bc2⋯.png (47.36 KB, 327x375, 109:125, ClipboardImage.png)

>>115957

You need to make sure the password is still the same. If it changed for whatever reason, you're outta luck.

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 No.116003

>>115952

>>115953

>>115956

I haven't been commenting on the typesetting, but that's because the TL has been doing so good a job at it I've got nothing to add. Thanks again to everyone offering to help.

50-17 panel 2

>The transmitter has been moving in a strange pattern since the evening...

The transmitter's movement pattern has changed since last night...

50-17 panel 4

>With Majira, Pajra and Andira's habilities

With Majira, Pajra and Andira's abilities

>They might be able to find their location in a day or two.

They should find their location in a day or two.

50-22 panel 1

>{にゅ} nyu

Can be translated as *squeeze* if desired.

*squeeze*

50-23

>If it were me,

Personally,

>I'd fight, down to the last man.

I hope they resist, down to the last man.

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 No.116009

>>115999

Figured the password changing was the reason, but what I don't know is how I keep it from changing.

On 8chan it stayed the same, unless you reloaded the page. Guess I'll pay attention to it or at least ctr+C it beforehand just in case.

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 No.116096

Just about done double-checking. Are you guys wanting the typeset pages output as jpgs or pngs?

>>115936

>Also why are some groups so trash that they can't even get a person with at least passable English to proofread their stuff? You'd think after spending the effort to translate something, least they could do is have someone skim over it to fix typos and grammar issues. Should be the easiest position to both fill and accomplish

Something I've been noticing more myself of late. It's as if whoever is doing the English scripts don't even write them in a text editor first, and go straight to their choice of image editing program instead, thus not catching typos. Or when clearly unedited panels have their text so badly mangled, I get left wondering if the translator even knows English to begin with, on account of stuff like the below even being deemed "rough draft" quality:

>"A fellow artist’s blog is getting flammed…"

>"Eh? And what did they do? Was a cosplayer and suddenly quitted?"

>"That’s sound like a manga…"

And then there's cases where whoever's doing a manga's typesetting doesn't even bother to blank all the solid bubbles where the English text is going to be, nor do they or anyone else they might be working with catch it in proofreading before release. So even if the script is decent, the presentation can still be trash.

There's a process that absolutely should be followed, but I suspect that some groups treat such as more of a suggestion than guidelines, because it's quicker to put out when you skip steps. Similarly annoyed by modern "toss it in anywhere" procedure for screencapping threads on imageboards the last seven years or so. Properly mimicing thread flow takes more time and planning, but looks much better visually and is easier to follow.

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 No.116130

>>116096

>Just about done double-checking. Are you guys wanting the typeset pages output as jpgs or pngs?

Color pages ---> JPG

Black and white pages ----> PNG

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 No.116140

>>116130

Okay. Will start saving things out as pngs then. Should I just dump them here when I've got them all, or is there somewhere else in mind? I'll also be keeping the actual files they're coming from for a while if there's corrections that people feel should be made.

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 No.116150

>>116130

I want to go further than this. The big one: NEVER delete source files because chances are you will have to fix things. Relatedly, always save to your image editor's "project" format. For Photoshop that is PSD, for GIMP it is XCF and Krita is KRA. From there export to whatever works best for distribution (see further).

>Data management

Folder per-chapter. raw/ folder for original images and any relevant original and amended scripts, read-only. / folder for source images and then tmp/ for exporting them, and then final/ for final render.

>Exporting

Monochrome should be exported to indexed PNG, and colour to JPEG, I typically go with 95 quality. If the raws are huge dimension-wise they should also be scaled to something more reasonable for distribution. As an example for the Neptunia work:

>Original images 162MB JPEGs ~6000px tall

>XCF files with layering and edits and everything 2GB

>Exported as 33% scale JPEG 95 is about 50MB

There is a useful GIMP plug-in for batch exporting that I use. Photoshop probably has some way of doing it too.

http://www.alessandrofrancesconi.it/projects/bimp

Also one thing I could stand to be less weak on is consistency. That's mostly font-related since I usually need to change the line spacing for specific ones to not be stupid.

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 No.116152

>>116140

Dumping here is hte norm, so anons can help with QC

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 No.116157

File: a296a158e4dfcf8⋯.png (2.82 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_095.png)

File: 6f95c6688b3b3dd⋯.png (5.08 MB, 2318x1598, 1159:799, p_096-097.png)

File: 7af65f5e2a9ff16⋯.png (1.77 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_098.png)

File: 33435b12320000c⋯.png (1.54 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_099.png)

>>116152

Alright. I've left the pages numbered here as they were in the volume, but I suppose it's easy enough to rename if you guys reset those by chapter when uploading.

>>116150

>Monochrome should be exported to indexed PNG, and colour to JPEG, I typically go with 95 quality.

I've been using Photoshop CS6; PNG doesn't have a lot of variables as "save for web" options ("Export" there is for sending to Illustrator, rendering video, and "zoomify"), other than being either PNG-8 or PNG-24, and toggles for transparency and interlacing. I'm not sure if one of those is the equivalent of "indexed", but these were output at PNG-24. JPG "save for web" has quality as percentage of raw file, blur, matte, and toggles for progressive, optimized, and embedding color profile into the image.

Just figured I'd mention it. Granted, if you think a "save as" would serve better, that doesn't offer the additional parameters "save for web" does.

>Photoshop probably has some way of doing it too.

I want to say that you'd do that through another program called "Bridge", but I haven't delved into that in a long time. All the raws for this volume seem the same width and height already (aside from the stitched spreads, obviously), though I'm not sure about later volumes myself yet. Only downloaded the one this chapter was in for now.

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 No.116158

File: 173c77d64debf60⋯.png (1.94 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_100.png)

File: 31e84943fb977fa⋯.png (1.52 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_101.png)

File: 00fa4475c5ce811⋯.png (2.66 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_102.png)

File: 6b90ea77d51c833⋯.png (2.6 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_103.png)

File: fe6a7e382e7c054⋯.png (1.55 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_104.png)

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 No.116159

File: 3dfa7e6d5e50b16⋯.png (1.83 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_105.png)

File: 6cb64f1600ada87⋯.png (2.57 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_106.png)

File: 0ed76c19e5be3d3⋯.png (2.56 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_107.png)

File: 222fc0113dd2838⋯.png (2.61 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_108.png)

File: b8b4bfde890ae1c⋯.png (1.66 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_109.png)

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 No.116161

File: 62a685d82c812f0⋯.png (1.1 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_110.png)

File: b079a2907de55fe⋯.png (1.72 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_111.png)

File: bdb2c97c95f0509⋯.png (3.87 MB, 2320x1599, 2320:1599, p_112-113.png)

File: 1f9e9b4ee00db4e⋯.png (1.67 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_114.png)

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 No.116162

File: 50244fcdb47bdbd⋯.png (1.42 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_115.png)

File: 2cfdde6f426cc63⋯.png (1.42 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_116.png)

File: 26f4e6f31c980c0⋯.png (1.26 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_117.png)

File: caac1af73c7559b⋯.png (2.65 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_118.png)

File: 7c69415b864ce33⋯.png (2.62 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_119.png)

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 No.116163

File: 7bc309b8a16ed8f⋯.png (2.6 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_120.png)

File: 3b5f1744c8e25f6⋯.png (2.64 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_121.png)

>>116162

There seemed to be a typo in the transcript provided on page 120, in that it had "pursing" instead of "pursuing". I've used the latter in the typeset page, but if that wasn't an error, I'll change it back.

I'll be around again in the evening for corrections.

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 No.116164

>>116163

>provided on page 120

Well, "40-26" in how the transcript handles pages, anyhow.

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 No.116183

File: 54f1c05aeecb7ce⋯.png (47.56 KB, 458x455, 458:455, Screenshot_2020-01-14_02-2….png)

File: 2ea961115ba6897⋯.png (802.43 KB, 1092x689, 84:53, Screenshot_2020-01-14_02-3….png)

>>116157

Some clarification:

>Indexed

Is a feature of the source image but for output only makes sense with PNG. It's just another way of saying "paletted" e.g. image related is crushed to only have 256 distinct colours. This compresses a LOT better than tracking RGB values for pixels and if it only has shades of gray, it's lossless to index since it's only ever using 256 distinct colours (transparency and higher colour depth notwithstanding). However you NEVER do it for coloured images, and I want opinions on e.g. >>116157 #2 since that is not pure grays but it's pretty close.

If in doubt use JPEG. Only other instance to use PNG is if you're handing them for further editing since it's a lossless format, and in that case you do not index the image.

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 No.116185

>>116163

"Pursuing" is correct. Thanks for catching that.

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 No.116188

Everything looks good. Do you wanna make something for the credits page?

You can leave Translator as Anonymous for me.

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 No.116194

File: 73552bf519160f8⋯.png (653.25 KB, 1141x1618, 1141:1618, e31.png)

File: eaacf58ab850e52⋯.png (614.62 KB, 1141x1618, 1141:1618, D27.png)

The credits pages used so far.

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 No.116224

>>116163

TL here.

Chapter breaks are uncharacteristically confusing for this chapter and the next. We went with the easy choice of starting to count them at title spread pages, but I'm getting convinced that p_121 might actually be the first page for chapter 41. Chapter 42 also suffers the same problem, it probably starts with a singular page (p_151) right before a spread title page (p_152 and p_153).

The reason I'm thinking this is because pages p_120 and p_150 give away better cliffhanger scenes than the next ones.

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 No.116225

File: 56e98f2be39252e⋯.jpg (1.39 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_150.jpg)

File: f4df19260149b62⋯.jpg (925.17 KB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_151.jpg)

File: ab9908ec2651ae1⋯.jpg (912.26 KB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_153.jpg)

File: 40c0982f852a6b6⋯.jpg (1.36 MB, 1160x1600, 29:40, p_152.jpg)

>>116224

Of course I had to forget the pages.

Here you can see how 150 looks like a proper last page, just like 120. And 151 sets the tone for the spread that comes next.

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 No.116226

>>116225

Proofreader here. Since the first page of a printed manga is usually on the left (meaning it can't be a two-page spread), 151 being the first page and 152+153 being the next two pages makes a lot of sense.

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 No.116234

>>116163

Also, if it would fit better, p_121 panel 3 can be shortened to

I thought they weren't supposed to kill us or hurt our heads. Didn't he get Houzan's memo!?

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 No.116237

File: bdb185c796d5a44⋯.png (2.58 MB, 2200x2200, 1:1, NG4701.png)

File: 322c6a8bcb60e73⋯.png (3.38 MB, 2200x2200, 1:1, NG4702.png)

File: 398757140c6bbb9⋯.png (4.46 MB, 2200x2200, 1:1, NG4703.png)

File: 6aa83a6d0d1ecd1⋯.png (2.7 MB, 2200x2200, 1:1, NG4704.png)

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 No.116238

File: 013ec3d22f26bec⋯.png (3.97 MB, 2200x2200, 1:1, NG4705.png)

47-01

=1==========

>An enormous level 15 typhoon is approaching Honshu, and is expected to arrive by tomorrow morning.

{TV} Level 15 Typhoon arriving

=2==========

{Phone ringing} bubububu

=3==========

>Due to the typhoon notice, school will be close for today.

=4==========

>You should stay inside and rest, it's dangerous outside.

>Today is a day off from school.

>Really!?

=5==========

>I repeat, you may not go outsid...

{Sfx} click

>Let's have a party! We'll go buy candy and juice for everyone.

47-02

{Title} Wind Force

=1==========

>Alright, Second, Twelfth, everyone pinched in so go buy juice and candy.

>You can count on us.

47-03

{Title} Flying

=1==========

>The typhoon is here.

=2==========

>With a wind that strong, if you go out with an umbrela it'll probably carry you flying.

47-04

{Title} Death flag

=1==========

{Phone ringing} bububububu

=2==========

>I'm still pretty worried about you. You didn't go out, did you?

>We did not.

=3==========

>The channels and rivers nearby are flooding, so you shouldn't get close to them, by any means.

=4==========

>What's "flooding"

>A flood is when water overflows its course.

>...is that real!?

=5==========

>Where are you going?

=6==========

>I'm going to see those chanels and rivers real quick. {Handwritten} I really wanna see that, water overflowing in those places.

47-05

{Title} Retrieval

=1==========

>Eighth hasn't come back from going out to check on the situation.

>She said "Don't worry I'll be back in no time", so she must be coming.

=2==========

>Typhoon news. The effects of this level 15 typhoon are still being felt, even now.

>Water levels of rivers and waterways in the Tekuba area are dangerously high.

=3==========

>We advise you to not approach these rivers and waterways in