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Incidentally...

I'd like to strangle the person in charge of casting the American dub for FFX.  Surprisingly, it's not because of the main characters, although the Shatner problems with them are well-documented.

It's because ELMA IS ADORABLE!

I've got to write me some Elma/Lucil fun at some point. I liked the characters even through Elma's godawful voice acting, but it's so much easier when she sounds like the energetic, good-natured and eager-beaver young officer that she is!


Also. Original Lucil?

Hawt.

Very low, understated soft voice that makes you stand up straight and go, "yes, ma'am!"  No wonder Elma's trotting after her like a puppy.


Edit: Off-topic. Other reason I got the DVDs was for screencaps. The above icon is actually an in-game screencap with a few filters tossed at it in a (vain?) attempt to make the blurriness seem like watercolor rather than just fuzzy graphics.

 
 

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muggy_mountain
Dec. 19th, 2007 07:34 am (UTC)
You know, I've been shipping them since I first played FFX. It's so very obvious, isn't it?

I'm really loving your fansub documentation, btw. Keep up the lulz!
auronlu
Dec. 19th, 2007 08:54 am (UTC)
Yep! There's one teensy optional-dialog line where Elma wonders whether Lucil's noticed her vigilance that proves we're not imagining it; the game designers meant us to read it as a young-officer crush.

I'm getting the sudden urge to follow up on my old Tilting of the Tide one-shot with Elma and Lucil in the aftermath of Operation Mi'ihen, but I have enough irons in the fire as it is.
trekqueen
Dec. 19th, 2007 05:45 pm (UTC)
agreed about Elma/Lucil, it just works. ^_^ I think some of my trek friends see the same with the Riker/Picard stuff they ship. O.o
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