Amusingly enough when I first played I prioritized Stealth and Marksman simply because I wanted to hunt deer in the wilderness, and discovered entirely by accident that it was also a very effective combat build. I imagine this happens a lot.
The main thing that makes the combination so broken is...
I vaguely remember reading somewhere that he's a genetically engineered variant designed as a household pet, so he's more comfortable with warmth than a regular penguin. Not sure if that's canon or just something someone came up with.
Zucchero is also another food-themed name, being Italian for sugar.
Three of Bucciarati's teammates also have food references:
Narancia - mix of "orange" in Italian and Spanish, as you noticed.
Mista - as in "ensalata mista", or mixed salad.
Pannacotta (Fugo's first name) - a type of Italian...
Fist of the North Star was the artist's primary influence before he gravitated away from that style and towards the glammy style he's now best known for. You can already see his own stylings start to emerge in the early parts, with those massive muscle-hulks often having surprisingly delicate...
See, here's the problem. When the page is paused, a play sign pops out in the middle of the screen if you press any keys. Including the Alt key you need to have pressed to printscreen only the active window.
So the choices become:
- try to catch the right moment with a screencap while the video...
Turning off autoplay, settings that actually stay between sessions instead of resetting to defaults, turning off subtitles, not having obstructing UI elements pop up when you're trying to take a screenshot, just to mention a few.
Crunchyroll is really trying its paying customers' patience. Now they went and forced a takedown of the third-party player which had all the useful features their own html5 player lacks, and which they don't seem to be in any hurry to actually add.
I kind of wonder why the case had a radiation symbol on it, you'd think a biohazard symbol would be more fitting. Perhaps Kaji's cover story to give for those not in-the-know was that he was carrying a radioactive sample.
The level of accident-prone-ness displayed by the human in Cells at Work made me wonder if maybe the last episode would reveal they're the protagonist of a slapsticky romantic comedy. (You probably know the type.)