Heavily Damaged Yukikaze Figure

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Kantai Collection’s lovable Yukikaze seems to have suffered severe damage below decks as demonstrated by Aquamarine’s latest exciting figure, exposing the vulnerable little ship’s pure white pantsu for all to see – affectionate admirals can tend to her repairs once she arrives this August.

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Yukikaze can be pre-ordered now.


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    Comment by Anonymous
    14:17 19/05/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    She don't look heavily damaged at all, probably heavily exposed rear.

    Comment by Anonymous
    16:16 20/05/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    Yes! Totally lolicious and worthy of hot glue!

    Comment by Anonymous
    16:41 20/05/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    Nahhhh!! where is our heavely dmg MUSASHI???

    Comment by Anonymous
    00:00 19/05/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    her expression's turned me off a little though, compared to shimakaze/amatsukaze

    Comment by Anonymous
    14:07 19/05/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    I own the Amatsukaze figure. The non-damaged version. She's my first and only figure as of current.

    Comment by Anonymous
    17:05 19/05/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    check out the fixfig half damage version; they're what i'm comparing this to

    Comment by Anonymous
    17:48 18/05/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    Why's Yukikaze (ユキカゼ) backwards on her panties? Something to do with ships or the game?

    Comment by Anonymous
    16:17 20/05/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    Because before the American occupation Japan used to right everything right to left, no exceptions, even when writing in horizontal format.

    Comment by Anonymous
    18:27 18/05/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    Because it's easier to read when you're wearing her panties on your head and they're covering your face.

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    Comment by Tasche
    18:32 18/05/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    Read it from left to right. Then you will understand.
    "zekamashi"

    Comment by Anonymous
    16:32 19/05/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    its actually: "zekakiyu" ゼカキユ。

    Comment by Anonymous
    19:34 18/05/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    I'm still confused, lol. Keep in mind that I know almost nothing of the game and my grasp on the language is abysmal (can read katakana/hiragana/very few kanji, and know very few word meanings). I do see that the ship names backwards is a tag in various places (here, danbooru, pixiv) and are used in doujin titles... is it just an indicator of them being damaged?

    Comment by Anonymous
    22:39 18/05/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    Well said, Commander!

    Comment by Anonymous
    21:40 18/05/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    Correct answer: Because that's how the names were written on the battleships. It's how traditional Japanese text is written, from right to left.

    http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E9%9B%AA%E9%A2%A8_%28%E9%A7%86%E9%80%90%E8%89%A6%29#/media/File:Yukikaze_2.jpg [http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/雪風_(駆逐艦)#/media/File:Yukikaze_2.jpg]

    Comment by Anonymous
    08:32 19/05/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    Ah, so that's why. Thanks :)



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