Welcome everyone to the annual month of commercialism and greed. To celebrate, this year we’ve decided to run a little audience participation contest, and we’re going to be running it all month long!

Starting December 1st and ending the 31st, every release we put out here and at our sister blogs will have a “question to the readers” with it. Everyone who comments with an answer to the question or any other comment related to the release will be entered in a drawing to win 5000 E-hentai credits. In addition, the translator and editor of each release are going to each pick their favorite comment, and those people will each get 10,000 E-hentai credits. The prizes are not mutually exclusive, so you could win up to 25,000 credits from a single comment! We’ll run each drawing a few days after the release, so there’s plenty of time to leave your responses.

In order for us to give you your prize we need to know where to send it, so in the e-mail field put your e-hentai username @e-hentai.org. We will send you a forum PM letting you know you won after we send you the credits. Alternatively, you can just leave an e-mail you can be reached at, and we’ll contact you asking for your e-hentai username. Happy commenting!


FAQ
What’s E-hentai?

http://g.e-hentai.org/ is a gigantic archive of hentai. We host all of our releases there in addition to direct download links. The big advantage of using E-hentai is that the links are permanent, as opposed to most direct download links which are dead in weeks or less.

What are credits for?

While E-hentai allows users to browse and read galleries as much as they want, it does not easily allow for direct downloading of galleries. In order to download the full, non-resampled archive of what you’re reading you have to pay in either GP or credits. Both can be acquired for free but at the cost of either bandwidth or time. GP cannot be transferred and comes from uploading galleries, seeding torrents and running h@h clients. Credits can be transferred and come from playing the hentaiverse browser game or by converting GP at an inefficient exchange rate. An average doujin costs around 100 credits to download.

What’s this other Exhentai site you sometimes link to? Why do I see this melancholy panda every time I click on it? He looks very downtrodden and I’m concerned for his well-being.

Exhentai is a mirror of E-hentai, except they also hide all the good stuff (loli, shota, and a few other things) there too. This is to avoid problems with advertisers. If you try to view an exhentai link without first being logged into e-hentai, you will see the sadpanda and you will continue to even if you sign into e-hentai later. The most common fix to this is to clear your cookies, restart your browser, go to e-hentai (without going to exhentai), log in and then go to exhentai. For some people more complicated methods are required. Google is your friend in such case.

Sometimes I click an e-hentai link and it says it’s “pining for the fjords”. What do dead parrots from Monty Python sketches have to do with hentai?

If a gallery is fjorded it means it was tagged with something like loli or shota, as mentioned above, and has to be viewed through exhentai. simply change the “g.e-hentai” in the link to “exhentai”.