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I really don't know how Mutsumi Inomata really looks like since I'm not a huge fan of her artwork. So I wanted to know if this is her. -> [1] I would really like to know so we could put the picture in the article. --SilentKlarinette 11:21, June 5, 2010 (UTC)

I've no idea what she looks like either, actually. I don't think it's very important to have pictures of the artists of the series when people could be referred to off-site resources that have more info about that person, like Wikipedia or its own footnoted sources.
By the way, that table doesn't really need to be a table. You can make a simple bulleted list since there is not much else to say that requires a chart-type display. Inomata always creates the designs for all of the important characters for the games she takes a part in anyway, unlike Fujishima who only does main characters in general, with Okumura taking up the rest of the designs.
Also, it isn't accurate to say that Inomata does only Team Destiny games, since Tempest and Innocence were both outsourced, and Destiny/Eternia are credited to Telnet Japan and the remnants of Wolfteam. Destiny 2 existed as an NTS game before team names were invented, circa the Rebirth/Abyss era. The NTS "teams" are sort of an archaic term nowadays since both Team Symphonia/Project Vesperia and Team Destiny have pretty much merged together already. You can thank Tales of Hearts for that... even if some people claim that that game was created by a new "Team Hearts" group, which isn't true. The "teams" thing is mostly aesthetics nowadays, and only MelFes, Dimps, Alfa System, and Matrix Software are separate entities from NTS as a whole.
Byakuren Hijiri (talk) 13:29, June 5, 2010 (UTC)

Michael Jackson

She apparently met and collaborated with him on something in 1988.

Arosia (talk) 08:52, December 4, 2016 (UTC)

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