When your a fighter pilot but can't stop being a sword master
So that's how they cut through those warships
This elite unit of pilots were known as the Air Samurai. Their Zeroes were made of Damascus steel that had been folded over 1000 times, only recognizable through the pattern on their aircraft and their cunning skill.
@Ajay Ghale, the thing they had in common... they all wanted to be hokage.
Gaijin = foreigner in Japanese an insulting way, kinda like 'illegal alien'
@The Great Wang, *in an
@The Great Wang, Sometimes. It isn't always an insult. It probably is in this case, but not always.
@The Great Wang, Also the name of the Russian game developer that made this game
@TheColossalTitan, I mean Gaijin definitely holds negative connotations... if you just want to call someone a foreigner it's "Gaikokujin".
@KiritoSAOHero, In many cases. But not always. Gaikokujin is definitely more politically correct, but there are times an contexts where it would be fine. Not all people find the same words or ideas offensive. Even insults in english are used in an endearing way sometimes. If I call my friend @sshole or bjtch I wouldn't be insulting them.
Totally recommend this game, very fair and skill based combat game, totally free as well
@therealmattip, you're a terrible liar
@danielm9443, russian bias stronger than steel
I read it as "glorious nipple steel"
can it cut through towers?
I love the Nipple steel.
But can it melt steel beams