Anime List

Hi everybody,

Today at school, I am really bored and got nothing to do because I have no work to do. If you’re wondering why I am bored because I finished all of my school work and have nothing to do right now.

So here is something random that I am going to post right now, So sit back and relax and enjoy this little Anime list that I have put together and with my friends choices to see how many Anime’s that they have seen.

Here is the little link that I have been talking to you guys a lot. Hope you enjoy 🙂

Anime List

 

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BFF

Here are some pictures of my Best Friends Forever and that they are really to hang out with at school. Sometimes when I am bored then I would just chat to them. Lahval, Alisha and Heather are all fobs sometimes. They are really funny and that’s why I like to hang out with them all the time and everyday.

My Best Friend Lahval has left school to go to Australia for a while. All of us really miss her and that we hope she is going to have a great time at her new school.

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What is a Samurai?

What is a Samurai?

In Japanese, they are usually referred to as bushi (武士?, (Bu.6il) or buke (武家?). According to translator. The character was originally a verb meaning “to wait upon” or “accompany persons” in the upper ranks of society, and this is also true of the original term in Japanese, Saburau. In both countries the terms were nominalized to mean “those who serve in close attendance to the nobility”, the pronunciation in Japanese changing to Saburai. According to Wilson, an early reference to the word “samurai” appears in the Kokin Wakashu (905–914), the first imperial anthology of poems, completed in the first part of the 10th century.

By the end of the 12th century, samurai became almost entirely synonymous with bushi, and the word was closely associated with the middle and upper echelons of the warrior class. The samurai were usually associated with a clan and their lord, were trained as officers in military tactics and grand strategy, and they followed a set of rules that later came to be known as the bushido. While the samurai numbered less than 10% of then Japan’s population, their teachings can still be found today in both everyday life and in modern Japanese Martial arts.

Samurai’s would obey their lord and follow any order as their lord insists. They were really clever and that they knew how to use a sword from their tutors that would help them to become stronger and better soldiers. Warriors and Samurai’s are 2 different things because Warriors go on battleships or a boat to charge one and another, but on the other hand Samurai’s can find their way through anything and they are really skillful and has a really great mind to think things out.

Samurai’s are also better than Warriors because sometimes warriors can’t think things right and they do something without even thinking what will happen next after they do what they were supposed to do. Samurai’s are really good at fighting and that they are really strong to, sometimes they can just think ahead and do something that they are supposed to do but you can never try and trick a Samurai that easily.

Here are some pictures of how a Samurai looks like. You could see by the way that they dress, but that is just how Samurai’s use to look like but they still look like that and they still exist in this world but they are hiding somewhere at an unknown location.

What is a Kimono and Yukata?

What is a Kimono?/ What is a Yukata?

While a Kimono is a long, loose traditional Japanese robe with wide sleeves, tied with a sash. A garment similar to a kimono worn elsewhere as a dressing gown. This is a Japanese tradition and it is really important to wear at festivals made from other people or made from students at school. The kimono (きもの) (着物?)is a traditional garment. The word “kimono”, which actually means a “thing to wear” (ki “wear” and mono “thing”), has come to denote these full-length robes. The standard plural of the word kimono in English is kimonos, but the unmarked Japanese plural kimono is also sometimes used. Kimono is always used in important festival or formal moments, it is the representative of polite and a very formal clothing.
A yukata is a casual kimono-like garment worn during the summer. It’s unlined and usually made of cotton to make the fabric more breathable. As such, yukata are popular for dressing up for summer events like firework festivals. But the most Japanese people that wears a Yukata is mostly boys that wears it. Yukata wearing dates back over 1,000 years to when they were worn by the nobility to and from their baths in the days before bath towels were used in Japan. Because yukata are much cheaper than silk kimono, they became very popular during the Edo period when there were strict laws that prevented people from living extravagantly.

A Yukata is what the Men’s are wearing and the Kimono’s are what the girls are wearing. But I really hope that you like looking at the pictures and you will know all the information about the difference of which one is a Kimono and what is a Yukata. Here are some examples of them, these are really important to the Japanese people and what they like to wear.

If there is something that you don’t no and you don’t have time to know what it is then you can comment below and I will help you and answer your question for you.

What is Alchemy?

What is Alchemy?

Well Alchemy is a type of medieval forerunner of chemistry, concerned with the transmutation of matter, in particular with attempts to convert base metals into gold or find a universal elixir. A transmutation is a type of Circle that you could use only if you break something.

Once you use a transmutation circle then you could use it and by the time your caregiver comes home from somewhere then they wouldn’t find out that you actually broke something really special to that person.

Alchemy is defined as the process of taking something ordinary and turning it into something extraordinary, sometimes in a way that cannot be explained. Here are some examples of Alchemy.

 

  • An example of using alchemy is a person who takes a pile of scrap metal and turns it into beautiful art.
  • When watching a movie and a wizard turns a toad into a beautiful woman, it is an example of alchemy.

The definition of alchemy is a type of science and philosophy from the Middle Ages which attempted to perform successful experiments of the unusual, such as trying to make gold from metals. Here are some more examples of Alchemy.

 

  • An example of alchemy are the scientists of the Middle Ages who tried to discover a way to use metals such as mercury and sulfur – to make interesting combinations and attempt to turn them into gold.
  • An example of alchemy are the scientists of today who use lasers in order to change aluminum and other metals to black, red, or a variety of other colors.

 

  • an early form of chemistry, with philosophic and magical associations, studied in the Middle Ages: its chief aims were to change base metals into gold and to discover the elixir of perpetual youth
  • a power or process of changing one thing into another; esp., a seemingly miraculous power or process of changing a thing into something better.

 

The occult concepts, ideas, or philosophy set forth in the writings of the hermeticists of the late Middle Ages and the early Renaissance. Adherence to, belief in, or propagation of these concepts and ideas. Literature. a symbolic and arcane style similar to that of the hermeticists, especially in the poetry of certain French symbolist poets. Cf. hermetics. —hermeticism, hermetism, n.hermetic, hermetical. The ideas or beliefs set forth in the writings of Hermes Trismegistus.

Adherence to these ideas and beliefs.hermetics the occult sciences, especially alchemy. Cf. Hermeticism 1. —hermetist, n.hermetic, hermetical, adj.iatrochemistry 11. originally, alchemy devoted to medicinal purposes, especially the alchemy of the period 1525-1660, influenced by the theories of Paracelsus. Currently, chemistry for healing purposes. —iatrochemist, n.spagyrist anan alchemist.

Transmutation the process or act of change, especially from one thing to another, as the change from base metal to gold, pursued by the alchemists. —transmutationist, n.transmutative, adj.transmutationist an alchemist who believed that, in one of several ways, it was possible to change less valuable elements into silver or gold.#

The secret of life; a great elixir or remedy sought by the alchemists. See also knowledge.elixir. The hypothetical substance sought by alchemists that was believed to transform base metals into gold and give eternal life. Also called philosopher’s stone, elixir of life. Rare. the quintessence or underlying principle.