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Language: English
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5 votes
Language: English
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As a military commander, I crossed over to the Sky Spirit Continent due to an accident. After opening my eyes, I encountered an inexplicable assassination. To that, I just wanted to say, “You messed with the wrong person!” I signed the system on the front foot, awakened the top spiritual power on the back foot, carrying a bazooka to do in the real culprit, stirring him up! The only thing that hurts is that there are too many people who are interested in me, so can I get to that actual perpetrator, huh?
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Anime.sky.723
Anime.sky.723
Oct 28, 2020
🎶 Nightcore 🎶 - 💥Phoenix💥
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negki
negki
Aug 19, 2018
#Descenso-del-Phoenix-Novela-donde se quedo el manga?
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NixKy
NixKy
Aug 15, 2018
#Unruly-Phoenix-Xiaoyao-Novela-Se ve interesante c:
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Mr. Yuri Inspector
Mr. Yuri Inspector
Oct 05, 2019
Fall 2019 Upcoming must watch / check out shows:

New SEASOOOONS:

Boku no Hero Academia 4th Season - Oct 12
For those who watched bnha, it’s 4th season is almost here.

Sword Art Online: Alicization - season 2 Oct 13
Sword art online s2. yup it’s back. I have mixed feelings about this anime.

Shokugeki no Souma: Shin no Sara (Food wars 4th Season) - Oct 12
FINALLY. Benn waiting for this for AGES

Nanatsu no Taizai: Kamigami no Gekirin (7 Deadly sins season..2?) - Oct 9
Now this could be epic or shit.

Psycho-Pass 3 - Oct 25
I haven’t watched the previous seasons of this lmao so idk

Fate (ANOTHER FATE..well is this the 140th one now?) - Sep 29 (oh it’s already here)
Another fate..wooo..don’t care.

Bokutachi wa Benkyou ga Denkanai 2 - Oct 6
Harem anime season 2. yes. Idk why but japanese people obsess over this.

Chihayafuru 3 (3rd season) - Oct 23
Idk

Grandblue Fantasy Season 2 - Oct 5 (today)
Eh. Don’t care tbh.

High School Girl 2 - Oct 26
Um..what ze frick is this

Kono Oto Tomare! 2nd Season - Oct 6
OH YES PLEASE the music is very epic.

Fairy Gone 2nd season - oct 7
The first season was crep. eh.

NEW ANIME:

Shinchou Yuusha: Kono Yuusha ga Ore Tueee Kuse ni SHinchou Sugiru (Basically Cautious Hero) - Every Wendsday
This is a really good one. I watched the first ep and it looks like it’s going to be great. Isekai 1

Assassins Pride - Oct 10
I have no clue, but it has 40k members on myanimelist so maybe worth checking it out?
Idk lmao

Ore wo Suki wa Omae dake ka yo - Every Thursday
The first episode was fairly ok, it’s not for everyone because it’s kind of a generic harem
Actually I was going to instantly drop this because I hated the first 7 minutes, then right as I was dropping
it it just turned the tables by making the mc change his mood in a way that I haven’t seen before.
Check it out you might like it.

Azur Lane - Every Thursday (again)
It has action, military and historical tags.
Idk it looks wierd..meh.
The trailer didn’t tell shit tho

No Guns Life - Oct 11
Imma just say THIS TITLE REMINDED ME OF NO GAME NO LIFE AND HOW IT DOESN’T STILL HAVE A 2ND SEASON AGH
So sad.

Choujin Koukousei-tachi wa Isekai demo Yoyuu de Ikinuku you desu! (Hgih School Prodigies..) - Every Thursday
It looks nice..(it has great fan service too)
Worth checking out.
I don’t expect a whole lot but it’s interesting
Also, Isekai 2

Beastars - Oct 10
Furry

Hataage! Kemono Michi - Every Wendsday
Furry, but in a good way. Seriously this looks amazing lmao check it out I love it.
Isekai 3 lmao

Ahiru no Sora - Every Wendsday
Woo sports..don’t caree next

Babylon - Oct 7
Oh I went to Babylon the beach.
This looks good? Wait this is epic.
IT has a thriller tag so..iz a thriller / investigative thing
The trailer looks gret
Yeet

Honzuki no gekokujou: bla bla bla long name - Every Thursday
This looks bad. just no

Pet - Oct ??
It’s not about furries. The cover looks nice lmao

Watashi, Nouryoku wa Heikinchi de tte Itta yo ne! - Oct 7
Looks generic and bad. I’ll just pass this

Houkago Saikoro Club - Every Thursday
I’ll pass this aswell.

Hoshiai no Sora - Oct 11
Sora The teen adolescence story revolves around the coming-of-age of boys in a junior high school's soft tennis club, which is on the verge of shutting down. Touma Shinjou asks Maki Katsuragi to join the team for his vaunted abilities, and mentions a summer competition. Katsuragi asks for money in return for joining the team.
Yeah so um ok very epic copy paste by me

Keishichou Tokumubu Tokushu Kyouakuhan Taisakushitsu Dainanaka: Tokunana (muhaha y’all gotta write this name like I did which was hard af (I hope u can’t copy in this app so u got to write this all again(Idk if this is the case but ok))) - Oct 6
Looks..Isekai? 7 episodes? Wat Idk

Chuubyou gekihatsu Boy - Friday
No..I’ll watch just one more ep but Imma drop this one chief

XL Joushi - Is this a hentai?
The cover looks like it
-Oct 7

There are some more but I don’t have the time to write these anime, and all of them look shit so go to myanimelist if y’all wanna check them out.
This took centuries to write wtf
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Alan Luiz
Alan Luiz
Aug 15, 2022
Ukraine War: The Donbas body collector who has lost count
Aleksey Yukov standing next to the white van, marked with a red cross
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Aleksey Yukov and his men recover dead bodies of Ukrainian and Russian soldiers killed in combat in the Donbas
Aleksey Yukov has lost count of the bodies he's recovered in the Donbas over the past five months. He says he thinks it's more than 300, but he can't be sure.

Aleksey and his men drive a refrigerated white van, marked with a red cross, to carry out their work. They often drive towards danger to collect the bodies and remains of dead Ukrainian and Russian troops and civilians.

"We work with no days off. Constantly. We drive, we investigate, we transport, we search, all the time," he says.

It's grim work too - digging up the decomposing bodies of Russian soldiers buried in shallow trenches, or gathering their remains from burnt out armoured vehicles.

According to the United Nations, more than 5,000 Ukrainian civilians have been killed since Russia invaded in February.

There are no official figures for how many Ukrainian troops have died. But one adviser to President Zelensky told the BBC last month that between 100-200 Ukrainian soldiers were being killed every day. On average it's at the lower end of that scale.


Aleksey says that figure sounds realistic to him. But he believes the Russians are losing three times that number.

One Ukrainian soldier we spoke to, who had fought in Severodonetsk, described Russian tactics as similar to the First World War - with waves of their infantry running into a hail of bullets.

Smoke rising near homes in Donbas
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Smoke rises near homes in the eastern Donbas region, where Russia has targeted its ground offensive
Who does Aleksey think is winning the war? "It's not about who is winning," he says. "It's about who's right. They [Russia] came here and that was unforgivable".

Every Ukrainian soldier we spoke to said they still believed they could win. Even in units that had suffered combat casualties of more than half of the troops.

But it's taking its toll on the living as well as the dead. Aleksey hasn't seen his one-year-old daughter for months.

"This war has ruined the life you had and the one you've been building," he says.


He adds that at the end of the day it all catches up: "That feeling when you are empty inside. The unfillable void".

Why Russia wants to seize Ukraine's eastern Donbas
Death comes quickly in the Donbas. Russian shells take mere seconds to land, and they're being used in industrial quantities. On average Russia is firing 20,000 artillery shells a day. Ukraine is able to respond with just 6,000.

There's no respite from the sound of heavy shelling at a military medical station we visit. The chief medical officer - who only wants to be known as Dr Anatoliy for his own safety - describes the situation on the frontline as "fragile".

He shows us photographs of a badly damaged military ambulance - riddled with bullet holes and torn to shreds by shrapnel. Dr Anatoliy says the red cross painted on their vehicles mean nothing to Russians. Two more ambulances are waiting outside the building under camouflage nets - ready to go to pick up the injured.

Tina packing a military bag inside an ambulance
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Before volunteering to join the army Tina worked at a children's hospital
We meet Tina and Polina, two front line medics.

Tina used to work at a children's hospital before she volunteered to join the army. She wipes away tears as she talks about the family she's now missing.


"The pain goes away, because you have a task: to get a person to a hospital alive" she says. I ask if she's scared. "Of course it's scary. When a shell lands nearby, everything shrinks inside you".

For every soldier killed many more are injured. Tina says she's not allowed to give numbers but adds "there are casualties almost every day, and not just one. Sometimes many, sometimes a lot".

Polina standing near a vehicle
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Twenty-one-year-old Polina says she exercises and listens to music to keep some sense of normality
Polina is just 21. The war's already cast a big shadow over her short life.

Her father and uncle are now prisoners in Russian-occupied Ukraine. She says she's trying her best not to let it get her down. She exercises and listens to music whenever she can - just to keep some sense of normality.

But Polina admits it's hard not to feel gloomy and depressed: "Apart from the bullets flying over your head, wounded people - and those wounded are often my friends and buddies - if you're taking it to heart it's going to be tough".

It's the troops she treats who give her hope.

"The guys who are injured and exhausted don't even want to go to hospital sometimes. They say I'm not going to leave my mates, we're holding the line together".

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