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The season used two pieces of theme music. The first opening theme, titled "Share the World" by TVXQ continues to be used for the beginning of the season. The second opening theme, starting from episode 426 onwards, is "Kaze o Sagashite" (風をさがして, lit. "Search for the Wind") performed by Mari Yaguchi with the Straw Hats.[6]

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As Usopp continues to whine, Luffy spots the battered body of Z clinging to life on a piece of driftwood out at sea, and attempts to rescue him. When he grabs ahold of his mechanical arm, he becomes weak and Sanji and Usopp having to help pull Z aboard. Chopper examines Z, but finds that he should be fine. Nami shows signs of suspicion, worrying that they picked up someone problematic. Robin notices his arm is built out of Seastone, the reason why Luffy became weak when he touched him. Sanji reminds them all that Seastone is used against Devil Fruit users with him and Zoro debating whether to throw him overboard. Chopper defends him, with Luffy ordering him to save his life and that he would deal with him if he was an enemy.

Rue was the 12-year-old female tribute from District 11 who was selected to participate in the 74th Hunger Games[3]. Rue formed an alliance with Katniss[1] after warning her about a nest of tracker jackers[4][5]. Rue decided to trust Katniss partly because of the pin she wore over her heart: the famous mockingjay pin[2]. Katniss avenged Rue when Marvel killed her. As a memorial to Rue's death, Katniss covered her in flowers and sang to her until she died, indicating to the Capitol that Rue was not just a piece in their games.[6]

To show the Capitol that Rue was more than a piece in the Games, Katniss covered her corpse in brightly colored flowers she found nearby to cover up her wounds and her body. As a final goodbye, Katniss gave her the same farewell salute that the entire District 12 gave Katniss when she left for the Games, placing the three middle fingers of the left hand to her lips, then lifting her arm out toward Rue. The gesture was often used by the residents of District 12 at funerals, signifying respect and admiration. District 11 then sends Katniss a loaf of bread as a gift of appreciation. This would end up leaving a lot of people in District 11 going hungry that night and it was unheard of to send a gift to a tribute that was not from your own district but they felt they owed Katniss something. It was later speculated that the loaf of bread was in fact meant for Rue but as she died they thought they would give it to Katniss as a sign of respect and appreciation.[6]

Rue and Katniss had a loving relationship. Katniss formed an alliance with her[1] and took care of her as well. She was deeply cared for by Katniss. Rue told her everything about her, like her favorite thing in the world is music. Katniss felt empathy and pity for her.[2] Katniss demonstrated her love for Rue by crying and mourning her death and covering her body in flowers at the time of her death to show that she was 'more than just a piece in their games'[6].

While in the arena, Rue showed excitement at the prospect of adventure - one character trait that Katniss noted differed her from Prim[2]. Rue was clever and quite observant of her surroundings, noticing every piece of information she saw when spying on the Careers[1][2].

Two pieces would be required if... you plan to get one piece that includes enough length for you to cut both your end-walls out of AND you would need a separate piece for your top cover.

At around $30 apiece, that could be a hefty chunk of change to fork over for a casual viewer. Acquiring every episode of "One Piece" on DVD or Blu-Ray would be over $800, which is why we recommend a streaming service for those not ready for that kind of financial commitment. If you're a collector, or you prefer physical media in general, the latest episodes of "One Piece" will be released together as Collection 28 in December. It's available for pre-order now on Amazon.

After the release of Mahou Tsukai no Yoru, Nasu stated in an interview that the production of the remake is proceeding along with several other projects.[2] During Type-Moon festival, several pieces of artwork showing Arcueid, Ciel, and Akiha with redesigned appearances were featured.

Following a long period of no news, the opening movie was shown at the end-of-year Fate/Grand Order broadcast on December 31st, 2020, just a few days after the 20th anniversary of Tsukihime. With it came the announcement that the remake was officially titled Tsukihime -A piece of blue glass moon-, along with a completely new voice cast and a firm release window for Summer 2021.

Following its release on August 26th, 2021, Tsukihime -A piece of blue glass moon- sold 77,237 units on the Nintendo Switch and 66,171 units on the PlayStation 4 (a total of 143,408 units sold at retail stores in its first week). This makes it one of the highest debuting visual novels to be released on a console since 2002.[4] The game's Nintendo Switch version reportedly sold out after its first week, leading to Type-Moon encouraging customers to purchase the digital version instead, while they restocked the game's physical copies.[5] 350c69d7ab


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