Slayers vs Orphen Drama CD Part 3





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Uploaded on Aug 26, 2011

Part three of the Slayers vs Orphen drama CD. In this part, the two groups finally join up, and I really hope the new season of Orphen anime corresponds to this set of characters, 'cause I really wanna know the explanation of why he's traveling with those three sisters, since he doesn't seem to like them at all. (Even more so than usual, I mean, as Orphen largely seems to dislike virtually everybody.) Also, I don't understand why Constance's nickname is Coggie, either. But I suppose that's neither here nor there. And no, I don't really have any idea what's going on. At least there's some combat, though. :P

oH, yeah, one translation thing: I didn't put up subtitles whenever anyone said "naruhodo" (or whatever the proper transliteration there is) even though I know it basically means "now I get it" or "I understand" because without the context I couldn't be sure quite the best way to phrase it. Plus I was being a little lazy, but the context thing really was important. Also, I apologize if I put up any pictures of someone other than the speaker, but sometimes it was hard to tell, especially in the parts where the explosion sound effects were rather drowning out the dialog.

Seiyuu information:
Lina Inverse: Megumi Hayashibara
Orphen: Shotaro Morikubo
Zelgadis Greywords: Hikaru Midorikawa
Gourry Gabriev: Yasunori Matsumoto
Amelia wil tesla Seyluun: Masami Suzuki
Naga the Serpent: Maria Kawamura
and I don't know about anyone else.

I own nothing. The characters are the copyright of their respective authors, and the images are copyright of their respective artists. As to image sources, first I must give a huge "Thank you!" to sollex for providing me with images from the Slayers vs Orphen novel. The color illustrations of Lina and Orphen together were found via a Google image search, so I don't know where those came from, sorry. The rest of the images were from the same scanslation sources as those in part 1, so, as before, I don't know where I got the Orphen images, and the Slayers ones were from the Slayers manga and doujinshi available at Turtle's Paradise. (http://www.turtle-paradise.net) Oh, and the explosion effect is from Suikoden, because I had it on hand, so that's copyright Konami.


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