So I just finished reading the first Baccano light novel, and I found what Szilard said about an immortal's body quite intriguing, as its seems similar to how sponges can restore themselves by reattaching their cells together if they happen to be torn apart. While I haven't read any of the other books yet that could just solve this mystery with needing to solve it, and I know that the mystery goes even further than just cells recollecting themselves, I just think that there could be a connection between the two.
It's a little odd for me to write a blog post now, nine months into my administration and further yet from when I first started editing on the wiki. Still, better late than never, right? At any rate, I'm not quite sure if anyone will even read this.
So, I've been mulling over a few things, including: eventually installing and implementing a reference system; replacing user talk pages with message walls; updating the forum mechanics to the modern layout.
These are all big potential changes. Now, the reference system is really more of a must have rather than a well, maybe because references really are vital to a respectable and reputable wiki. It simply isn't very proper or responsible not to have one, so at some point -- well, you get the i…
Anyone know who I can tell to delete this page?
I'm hoping to read and finish the whole series of novels in order to fill the information that wasn't filled to this day. So far, I've kept up to Books 1 - 5, but I'm losing heavy interest in book 5. I may pursue 6 due to it a continuation of the 1930's storyline, but this is certain I will do my level best to restore the series proper.
I just finished watching Baccano! and i have to say, it was a great ride. Baccano! is like a puzzle game that in the beginning you are given only a few of the pieces, so you can't really tell what the whole picture shows, but as you continue, the pieces come together and you are in front of something trully remarkable. The non-linear storytelling was really unique and drawed my attention in the first place. The constant change in timelines was exciting and made the story even more interesting. Of course, the storyline on the train was the best, as it had a bunch of characters with very different motives and backgrounds interacting in the same place. The cast of characters was HUGE, and if you consider that the anime is only 16 episodes lo…