MeiTanteixX wrote:Some people have their own way of showing interest. In the end, they are still here in this community, regardless of the pessimistic image they spread around. I agree though that it's a shame that a good portion of DCTP forum shares that mentality and can hardly enjoy it.
Going back to the topic at hand, I'm excited for the upcoming MK chapters, but I'm mostly looking forward to what's to come after this break. Regardless of how long File-1000-case is, I think that File 1000 will be the moment shinichi returns, which shouldn't be the resolution of the case(if we take London as reference), so assuming it's a 6-7 long case, it should start after the upcoming case(File 994-996), meaning that the File-1000-case is File 997-1002(1003).
And I should respect that—I need to try better to avoid comments like the one I made earlier coming off as ones made by an offended fanboy who sees criticism as attack. That's one of the lessons I'm striving to learn on here. It'll be better for me and everyone else. So, Shiromi—please let me know if you think that my response was worthy of a stereotypical fanboy that went beyond criticism of an argument and went into a personal attack on you.
That's another thing I should've realized. So thanks for bringing me around, DCTP & co.
It would be appropriate—he hasn't done one of either in 5-6 years.
Though if we're taking Holmes' Revelation as a reference, that was the series' only 10-File case. While it would be also appropriate, now, to see even a case that long, it would probably need to start fairly soon, perhaps even with the next file.
Will there be a Clash of Red and Black-esque chain of stories orbiting and encompassing File 1000? I wouldn't say it's off the table, but it probably needs to start soon.
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