Two weeks ago I announced that I will now be posting on this new blog in order to share with ease to the public on Gaijin's announcements on Japanese Ground Forces. The blog's opening has received great initiatory responses from the War Thunder Live community, and I will continue to use this portal to answer, inform, and communicate to you all in the time to come. Thank you, again for all the support.
Who am I?
A little about my personal self - I'm a UOS student majoring in Political Law and Public Affairs here in Seoul, South Korea (Whilst maintaining semi annual residence in the United States). I'm Korean by blood, despite the often misconception of me being Japanese, I am not. I tend to get confused for being Daigensui, a notable Japanese-Korean figure on the World of Tanks community and the one who got Japanese tanks in Wot. Many conspirators want to claim us one person and accusate each other, but sorry to say we are two different people, albeit friends and colleagues. I have nothing to do with WG's title publicly, and she hasn't the connections with Gaijin like myself.
Now that the community project to get Japanese Ground Forces recognized and implemented has finally came to a finish, this does mean my work with you all has ceased. I am both occupied with real life events and work with Gaijin, But recently I was requested to start work again on a community project to give situational awareness to the community of War Thunder.
This New Project
As the Blog title implies, in the very neat future I will publicizing a concurrent series, SENSHA. This project will not be directed towards to Gaijin. Rather this is our project for you, the tankers, to have a better understanding of Japanese ground forces and tanks alike. This is a manual, to which I and a small team will visually illustrate to you the lifestyle of the Japanese tank, how they operate, and how to properly care and utilize them in the field whilst providing historical background.
We had decided what better method in appealing to the community than using the iconic Tigerfibel tank manual as a reference in this project. This manual and comic alike is being worked on at this moment and gathering assets in preparation on going fully public.
Unfortunately while we have a team of outstanding artists (such as CmdNomad and teo_storm1) to make dedicated illustrations for the manual, we are lacking in character-preference artists to provide the finishing spot. However in short time we will release the first issue of SENSHA and hope you all will enjoy it and support its rapid continuation.