Fibonacci Number Counting

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Re: Fibonacci Number Counting

Postby Detective Tommy » January 26th, 2011, 4:16 pm

610

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Re: Fibonacci Number Counting

Postby Kirbypepe » January 26th, 2011, 4:41 pm

987
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Re: Fibonacci Number Counting

Postby Detective Tommy » January 26th, 2011, 4:52 pm

1597

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Re: Fibonacci Number Counting

Postby miakakiri » January 26th, 2011, 5:03 pm

Two thousand five hundred eighty-four.
I have finally started to actually publish my story! For the moment, expect a new chapter each month.
The Case of the Midnight Channel
"When a strange letter summons the Mouri family to Inaba, Ran is expecting a case. She's not expecting it to involve the TV, though.
If Naoto investigated everyone who came to visit Inaba, she'd have little time for real cases. When Yukiko reports that the Midnight Channel is back, however, she starts to wonder if the visitors are connected. Especially when the image clears, unveiling yet another mystery."

Short version: I'm taking various DC/MK characters to Inaba (where Persona 4 takes place) and dropping them through the TV to face their Shadows!
Cross-posted:Case of the Midnight Channel at Archive of our Own.
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Re: Fibonacci Number Counting

Postby Detective Tommy » January 26th, 2011, 5:10 pm

4181

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Re: Fibonacci Number Counting

Postby miakakiri » January 26th, 2011, 5:15 pm

Six thousand seven hundred sixty-five.
I have finally started to actually publish my story! For the moment, expect a new chapter each month.
The Case of the Midnight Channel
"When a strange letter summons the Mouri family to Inaba, Ran is expecting a case. She's not expecting it to involve the TV, though.
If Naoto investigated everyone who came to visit Inaba, she'd have little time for real cases. When Yukiko reports that the Midnight Channel is back, however, she starts to wonder if the visitors are connected. Especially when the image clears, unveiling yet another mystery."

Short version: I'm taking various DC/MK characters to Inaba (where Persona 4 takes place) and dropping them through the TV to face their Shadows!
Cross-posted:Case of the Midnight Channel at Archive of our Own.
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Re: Fibonacci Number Counting

Postby Kirbypepe » January 26th, 2011, 5:18 pm

10946
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Re: Fibonacci Number Counting

Postby miakakiri » January 26th, 2011, 6:41 pm

17711
I have finally started to actually publish my story! For the moment, expect a new chapter each month.
The Case of the Midnight Channel
"When a strange letter summons the Mouri family to Inaba, Ran is expecting a case. She's not expecting it to involve the TV, though.
If Naoto investigated everyone who came to visit Inaba, she'd have little time for real cases. When Yukiko reports that the Midnight Channel is back, however, she starts to wonder if the visitors are connected. Especially when the image clears, unveiling yet another mystery."

Short version: I'm taking various DC/MK characters to Inaba (where Persona 4 takes place) and dropping them through the TV to face their Shadows!
Cross-posted:Case of the Midnight Channel at Archive of our Own.
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Re: Fibonacci Number Counting

Postby Tanner-kun » January 26th, 2011, 7:17 pm

28657
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Re: Fibonacci Number Counting

Postby miakakiri » January 26th, 2011, 7:39 pm

46368
I have finally started to actually publish my story! For the moment, expect a new chapter each month.
The Case of the Midnight Channel
"When a strange letter summons the Mouri family to Inaba, Ran is expecting a case. She's not expecting it to involve the TV, though.
If Naoto investigated everyone who came to visit Inaba, she'd have little time for real cases. When Yukiko reports that the Midnight Channel is back, however, she starts to wonder if the visitors are connected. Especially when the image clears, unveiling yet another mystery."

Short version: I'm taking various DC/MK characters to Inaba (where Persona 4 takes place) and dropping them through the TV to face their Shadows!
Cross-posted:Case of the Midnight Channel at Archive of our Own.
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Re: Fibonacci Number Counting

Postby Kirbypepe » January 26th, 2011, 9:31 pm

75025
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Re: Fibonacci Number Counting

Postby miakakiri » January 26th, 2011, 10:25 pm

121393
I have finally started to actually publish my story! For the moment, expect a new chapter each month.
The Case of the Midnight Channel
"When a strange letter summons the Mouri family to Inaba, Ran is expecting a case. She's not expecting it to involve the TV, though.
If Naoto investigated everyone who came to visit Inaba, she'd have little time for real cases. When Yukiko reports that the Midnight Channel is back, however, she starts to wonder if the visitors are connected. Especially when the image clears, unveiling yet another mystery."

Short version: I'm taking various DC/MK characters to Inaba (where Persona 4 takes place) and dropping them through the TV to face their Shadows!
Cross-posted:Case of the Midnight Channel at Archive of our Own.
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Re: Fibonacci Number Counting

Postby Kirbypepe » January 27th, 2011, 12:25 am

196418
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Re: Fibonacci Number Counting

Postby miakakiri » January 27th, 2011, 12:44 am

317811

(811 Yeah! Sorry, that was the FIRST team from my high school....)
I have finally started to actually publish my story! For the moment, expect a new chapter each month.
The Case of the Midnight Channel
"When a strange letter summons the Mouri family to Inaba, Ran is expecting a case. She's not expecting it to involve the TV, though.
If Naoto investigated everyone who came to visit Inaba, she'd have little time for real cases. When Yukiko reports that the Midnight Channel is back, however, she starts to wonder if the visitors are connected. Especially when the image clears, unveiling yet another mystery."

Short version: I'm taking various DC/MK characters to Inaba (where Persona 4 takes place) and dropping them through the TV to face their Shadows!
Cross-posted:Case of the Midnight Channel at Archive of our Own.
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Re: Fibonacci Number Counting

Postby Kirbypepe » January 27th, 2011, 12:49 am

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