Kurokotei - Rouen Shitstorm [Taiko]

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Topic Starter
Kurosanyan
This beatmap was submitted using in-game submission on vendredi 9 janvier 2015 at 16:44:42

Artist: Kurokotei
Title: Rouen Shitstorm
Tags: dialgadu77 Sayaka- Rotter Tarmination agu
BPM: 200
Filesize: 3565kb
Play Time: 01:57
Difficulties Available:
  1. agu's NIGHTMARE ONI (6,07 stars, 1061 notes)
  2. Futsuu (2,46 stars, 337 notes)
  3. Inner Oni (4,98 stars, 866 notes)
  4. Kantan (1,56 stars, 200 notes)
  5. Muzukashii (3,19 stars, 485 notes)
  6. Oni (4,19 stars, 727 notes)


Download: Kurokotei - Rouen Shitstorm
Information: Scores/Beatmap Listing
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My favorite map out of what I did so far. <3
Music composed by Sayaka-
Silly hard taiko by agu
About the BGs, blame _Gezo_.
Gezoda
LE TRUEN INTRECTIE NUMREO 3173 EN PRIVNANS DE PARI SAIEN LAZRE DESERFVRA ROEUN RIEV DROTE

Et je ne m'excuse pas
Topic Starter
Kurosanyan
Gezo pls
Jerry
666TH POST YEAAAAAAAAAAAAA




Sorry for the delay, here's my mod.


  • [Muzukashii]
  1. 00:18:969 - Why is there a gap here? The part before this at 00:14:169 (8) - sounds exactly the same and there's a note there

  2. 00:28:569 - ^ Same for this as well, add a note?
  • [Oni]
  1. 00:37:419 (4,5,6,7) - , 00:38:619 (12,13,14,15) - and 00:39:819 (20,21,22,23) - Were the difference in patterns of these 3 intentional? If not, then move 00:38:844 (14) - to 00:38:694 - for consistency. If it was intentional, then ignore this lolol

  2. 00:48:819 ~ 00:50:019 - How about adding a few notes for this section to increase the gap between Muzukashii and Oni? Because as it is, the gap with Muzu is really small while the gap with Inner Oni is large

  3. 01:27:219 ~ 01:28:419 - Same for this, gap with Muzu too small while the gap with Inner is too big. Add some notes?

  4. 01:51:219 ~ 01:57:219 - This one as well lol. Add some note to distance the gap with muzu a little. Also, try to leave the spinner for the easier difficulties and map this part with notes instead, that way the large gap with Inner for this part can be reduced as well.
  • [Inner Oni]
  1. 01:56:019 (37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,45,46) - For the 1/3 notes here, why not try k k k d d d k k k d ? It flows with the music well imo.

    Nothing else I can say about this diff other than pure perfection. The consistency of patterns and note structures are very very well done
  • [agu's NIGHTMARE ONI]
  1. 00:09:669 ~ 00:10:269 - I think you should continue this part with the same density of notes that you applied for the part before this because the bass of the music is still going strong here until it completely stops (temporarily) at 00:10:419 -

  2. 00:54:669 - Change this to kat so that it's consistent with 00:52:269 -

  3. 01:57:144 - I don't see the need for this to be a kat ._. Change it to don so that the cymbal sound in the music at 01:57:219 - can be emphasized with the kat there?


I gotta be honest about this, there are a lot of similar patterns between the Futsuu, Muzu and Oni difficulty that affects the spread of the mapset quite a bit due to the large difference in the density of notes in comparison with the Inner Oni and GD diff. Try and find those parts in these 3 diffs that have the similar patterns and tweak them a bit so that the spread can be improved .-.

Other than that, it's a fairly decent mapset and I had fun while testplaying it :3b
Good luck with it and here's a star ~

Topic Starter
Kurosanyan

Jerry wrote:

  • [Muzukashii]
  1. 00:18:969 - Why is there a gap here? The part before this at 00:14:169 (8) - sounds exactly the same and there's a note there Well I tried to make some variations and breaks, but I guess it looks wrong too. Fixed.

  2. 00:28:569 - ^ Same for this as well, add a note? ^
  • [Oni]
  1. 00:37:419 (4,5,6,7) - , 00:38:619 (12,13,14,15) - and 00:39:819 (20,21,22,23) - Were the difference in patterns of these 3 intentional? If not, then move 00:38:844 (14) - to 00:38:694 - for consistency. If it was intentional, then ignore this lolol It was, but it sucks. Fixed.

  2. 00:48:819 ~ 00:50:019 - How about adding a few notes for this section to increase the gap between Muzukashii and Oni? Because as it is, the gap with Muzu is really small while the gap with Inner Oni is large Added notes on the 3 parts and uh... tried to make a nice pattern instead of the spinner.
  • [Inner Oni]
  1. 01:56:019 (37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,45,46) - For the 1/3 notes here, why not try k k k d d d k k k d ? It flows with the music well imo. The current pattern is easier to play and still fits imo. Also it's not only easier but has a +0,02 SR value too. \:D/

    Nothing else I can say about this diff other than pure perfection. The consistency of patterns and note structures are very very well done Thanks 8-)


I gotta be honest about this, there are a lot of similar patterns between the Futsuu, Muzu and Oni difficulty that affects the spread of the mapset quite a bit due to the large difference in the density of notes in comparison with the Inner Oni and GD diff. Try and find those parts in these 3 diffs that have the similar patterns and tweak them a bit so that the spread can be improved .-. I fixed the 3 parts you said on Oni and tried to fix 1 more part on Futsuu and one other on Muzukashii, should be fine now. I can't really do anything better for the rest.

Jerry

Kurosanyan wrote:

omg HAHAHA
best BG 10/10
Aldwych
god why. w_w
snowball112
Heya, random mod

- It feels a bit like 00:08:619 (16,17,18) should be kdk instead of kkk because the sound of 00:08:919 (17) is the same to 00:06:519 (12) for example, unless that would be too hard.

- 00:33:819 (5) k? Sounds a bit different at this point so I think it would fit well here.
- 00:36:219 (10) ^
- 00:38:619 (5) ^
- 00:14:319 (5,6,7) ddk? Sounds better in my opinion.
- 00:19:119 (6,7,8) ^

Also, it would be cool if you could have a gradual "increase" of the bg along with the difficulty, maybe something along the lines of having the most basic bg for kantan and then gradually adding one extra to the bg per diff increase.
Hope this helps and good luck ^^
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