I had two one hit wonder composers in my music hall of fame: Yoko Ishida and Youko Ishida. It looked slightly suspicious so I checked it out. Sure enough, it's just different spellings of the same person. Both songs were by a single composer, Yoko Ishida, who I just hadn't given any credit until now.
That's been fixed. Yoko Ishida is now my 200th eminent composer responsible for at least 2 or more songs in my music hall of fame.
In order to make room for Yoko Ishida, I had to bump Percival back down to a one-hit wonder, and give his second song credit to Marcin, who co-composed the song with Percival. So now Marcin has 3 songs, Yoko has 2, and Percival has 1 and is off my list.
Percival joins 236 other one-hit wonders who don't get to be personally named in my music hall of fame, for a total of 237 anonymous helpers.
So far I haven't had to leave anyone anonymous who was genuinely responsible for 2 or more hall of fame worthy songs. That's just due to divine luck. But one has to imagine the day will eventually arrive where even having 2 songs to your name isn't enough to get you on the list of the 200 most eminent composers. In that case I'll just create a third category of composers, guys who aren't one hit wonders but still just aren't eminent enough.
Luckily, even with Yoko Ishida's sudden promotion, such a category isn't yet necessary, but next time I'll have no more tricks left up my sleeve.
Meanwhile, SNSbu has released a full blu-ray 1080p copy of Fate/Kaleid Liner 3rei, including all the specials, which includes special 4 which had until now never been translated. Good job, SNSbu!
Meanwhile, 3/4 of the March Madness games today were upsets. Pretty amazing stuff. Keep it up, underdogs!