Hey!! I have resently gotten into this thing called a flele. You may think *What the fuck is a flele!* Well, a Flele is a mp3 player for your desktop. The cute thing is, it doesn't just play your music, it has a character that 'sings' and makes cute faces.
Yep! No fanmade stuff here, folks, I'm going to try to list all the relationships in Hetalia! This includes who hates who, who's related to who and how, who has a crush on who, everything that involves two characters interacting! Please remember that I'm ONLY putting in stuff that is true for the original work. I don't care if you think Poland has a crush on Cuba or if you think Canada loves France. If it's not true in the original work, it's not being put here. Please remember that there's a high chance that I'll miss a bunch, so please put a message in the comments if I forgot one or if I...
Italy: Official name is Alice (pronounced Ah-LEE-che).
Germany: Official name is Monica, or Monika as the Germany variant.
Japan: Official name is Sakura.
America: No official or suggested names por Himaruya. In the Japanese fandom she is referred to as Emily Jones, although some English-speaking have named her Amelia.
England: Both fãs and Himaruya alike refer to her character as Igiko in Japan, although that's not really her name. Her official name is Rosa. But she was given the name Alice Kirkland in the Japanese fandom, although the English fandom sometimes calls her Elizabeth or Victoria....
This may not be the best place to post it but this is something I feel the need to share and see if there's anyone else who feels the same way.
I amor Hetalia, but there's stuff in the fandom that tends to ruin the whole thing for me. So here's my list of things that annoy me about the hetalia - axis powers fandom. Note: I do respect my fellow Hetalians and I'm sorry if this offends anyone in any way, it wasn't meant to.
1) hetalia - axis powers is a COMEDY! Not a World History class! Yes at times it does teach you some pretty interesting stuff, but it's meant to be told through an inaccurate, stereotypical, comical portrayal....