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Vivi 03-15-2012 02:58 AM

Germany fails at Naruto....
 
Just bought this Months Mega Hiro Magazine and I think my eyes were bleeding a bit from the failure they wrote.

Let me explain as well:
Mega Hiro think they are BAWS in Manga and Anime info in Germany.

Though this is just...

Was about the 9 Bijuu and their Hosts.
Anyway:

"The Hachibi is sealed within the Raikage of Kumogakure called Killer Beat"


Article about Danzo:
By using the Sharingan in his arm Danzo is capable to use a variety of Uchiha related Jutsus.
He has shown history of betraying Itachi multiple times.


Fan Mail:
"I read there is a possibility that Tobi might be Izuna"
Reply:
"No, that is impossible, that's only a rumour as Izuna is dead"

A bit of a spoiler regarding the war:
Spoiler:
Fan Mail:
"Will Naruto and Tobi face off one day?"
Reply:
"Yes in the Shinobi War, but we aren't telling who won."








http://icanhascheezburger.files.word...3/whut-ian.jpg

darkdemonofthemist 03-15-2012 05:00 AM

Re: Germany fails at Naruto....
 
Translations suck really bad.

At least they didn't neglect to inform the fact that those were fanmail and not the real thing.

321zigzag3 03-15-2012 05:26 AM

Re: Germany fails at Naruto....
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Vivi (Post 5939611)
Just bought this Months Mega Hiro Magazine and I think my eyes were bleeding a bit from the failure they wrote.

How accurate are they in general? Curious because I heard alot of terrible things about the German dubbed version.

Though this is just...

Quote:

Was about the 9 Bijuu and their Hosts.
Anyway:

"The Hachibi is sealed within the Raikage of Kumogakure called Killer Beat"
http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:A...Ife_EI1d8-q5qW

Quote:

Article about Danzo:
By using the Sharingan in his arm Danzo is capable to use a variety of Uchiha related Jutsus.
He has shown history of betraying Itachi multiple times.
http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:A...wSkObXuKKDoho6

Quote:

Fan Mail:
"I read there is a possibility that Tobi might be Izuna"
Reply:
"No, that is impossible, that's only a rumour as Izuna is dead"
Well we will see.

Quote:

A bit of a spoiler regarding the war:
Fan Mail:
"Will Naruto and Tobi face off one day?"
Reply:
"Yes in the Shinobi War, but we aren't telling who won."


TatsumiTora 03-15-2012 08:35 AM

Re: Germany fails at Naruto....
 
Oh wow... Just wow, never thought there existed another translation as bad as the Malay translation ~.~

I feel your frustration.

Vivi 03-15-2012 08:52 AM

Re: Germany fails at Naruto....
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by 321zigzag3 (Post 5939706)
How accurate are they in general? Curious because I heard alot of terrible things about the German dubbed version.

Terrible.
As in:

Summoning/Kuchiyose = Jutsu des vertrauten Geistes.
In literal:
Jutsu of the trustworthy Spirit.

Also in dub there is no:
Sasuke
But:
Sasookuh

Can't remember about the english but Shukaku in german is a "Schutzkranich".

Kranich = Crane as in the Aimal.
Schutz = Protection.

=/

Kakashi Hatake_Yamato 03-15-2012 12:05 PM

Re: Germany fails at Naruto....
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Vivi (Post 5939819)
Terrible.
As in:

Summoning/Kuchiyose = Jutsu des vertrauten Geistes.
In literal:
Jutsu of the trustworthy Spirit.

Also in dub there is no:
Sasuke
But:
Sasookuh

Can't remember about the english but Shukaku in german is a "Schutzkranich".

Kranich = Crane as in the Aimal.
Schutz = Protection.

=/

I can sorta see why they called it that(in blue)
i guess the trustworthy spirit part means that the animal(spirit) is pretty loyal to their summoner. and the summoner trusts them

but about shukaku's name
kinda looks like the word suck...

Otocon 03-15-2012 03:09 PM

Re: Germany fails at Naruto....
 
Killer Beat............FAIL


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