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    --jota-- is offline Senior Member Long Time Member
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    Default It's true! there is another Gantz!

    I was playing Grandia, a RPG game for psx, and I found this:

    At the start of the game, Justin and Sue (main characters), have to play "adventurer" against one boy. The name of that boy is... GANTZ!



    It's a coincidence, I know. But it's a bit strange, don't you think?

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    Ad-Gt2 is offline Banned Frequent Poster
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    I found out that gantz means german for round it is also a commen last name in europe so i have been told.

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    SpartaneXe is offline Senior Member Frequent Poster
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    It doesn't really have anything to do with the black ball we all know and love
    As for a coincidence, Gantz is a real name
    Last edited by SpartaneXe; 12-13-2006 at 07:23 PM.

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    Nishi Tetsu is offline Senior Member Regular
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    Even if it is a coincidence its still kind of interesting.
    OMG! Jota your back? and its good to see Ad-Gt2 around.

    Click it Gantz is waiting.
    http://gantzrp.proboards58.com/index.cgi

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    RedAdonis is offline Senior Member Regular
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    Mannnnn..... haven't played saturn for ages.


    To fight or not to fight....... someone will always die in the end.

    Sorry, excuse my lack of English: what is "Card Captor Sakura gangbang?" Well, yes I know what "Card Captor Sakura" is, but what is "gangbang?" A gun fight?
    -kj1980-

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    prooq is offline Member Frequent Poster
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ad-Gt2 View Post
    I found out that gantz means german for round it is also a commen last name in europe so i have been told.
    No not quite right. "Ganz" (without the t) means something like round, but is more often used in terms for all or complete.
    But I looked at a telephone directory, which stated that in Germany a quite some gantzers

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    FreedayFF is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    nice game if you ask. haha i felt kind of familiar when i first read Gantz. Now i remember

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    Mastermanaster is offline Senior Member Frequent Poster
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ad-Gt2 View Post
    I found out that gantz means german for round it is also a commen last name in europe so i have been told.
    The german word for round is rund, there is no "gantz" in german. And the german "ganz" means something like complete

    edit: like prooq said

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    Mellow_Yellow is offline Senior Member Regular
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    Learn to use the search function:

    http://www.stoptazmo.com/showthread....obot#post41528

    Now can we get back covering new ground.

    P.S shouldn't this information be stickied or somthing.

    Also i am suprised it is not mentioned in Gantz wikipedia

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    --jota-- is offline Senior Member Long Time Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mellow_Yellow View Post
    Learn to use the search function:

    http://www.stoptazmo.com/showthread....obot#post41528

    Now can we get back covering new ground.

    P.S shouldn't this information be stickied or somthing.

    Also i am suprised it is not mentioned in Gantz wikipedia
    I don't get your point. If you are talking to me, there's nothing about Grandia in that post.

 

 
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