History Anime / BloodC

4th Feb '17 4:16:00 AM Doug86
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* AllInTheManual: So, you want to know more of Saya's, Fumito's and Tadayoshi's past and all of this business about the Elder Bairns? Go read the manga ''Blood-C: Demonic Moonlight'' [[spoiler:which tells about Tadayoshi's past life]] and watch the stage play ''Blood-C: The Last Mind'' [[spoiler:which explains how Fumito got interested in Saya]].

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* AllInTheManual: AllThereInTheManual: So, you want to know more of Saya's, Fumito's and Tadayoshi's past and all of this business about the Elder Bairns? Go read the manga ''Blood-C: Demonic Moonlight'' [[spoiler:which tells about Tadayoshi's past life]] and watch the stage play ''Blood-C: The Last Mind'' [[spoiler:which explains how Fumito got interested in Saya]].
30th Jan '17 5:32:18 AM StFan
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-->'''--OpeningNarration'''

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-->'''--OpeningNarration'''
-->-- '''OpeningNarration'''



Creator/{{Funimation}} has licensed both the TV series (released in November, 2012) and film, which was released in 2013. A manga adaptation of the TV series and the movie was serialized in Shounen Ace. There's also a spin-off manga entitled ''Blood-C: Demonic Moonlight (Blood-C: Izayoi Kitan)'' which is set in 1946. In July 2015, a stage play entitled, ''Theater/BloodCTheLastMind'', was released which is written by Junichi Fujisaku and is an {{Interquel}} between the TV series and movie. There will also be [[https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2017-01-06/blood-c-anime-gets-live-action-film-with-new-story-this-fall/.110712 a live-action film]] set to be released in Fall 2017 entitled ''Asura Girl: Blood-C Another Story'' which will feature a completely new story set in the military regime of pre-World War II Japan, and will follow a bloody conflict that erupts between villagers and Japan's Special Higher Police forces. It will be also be written by Fujisaku and directed by Shutaro Oku who also directed the stage play.

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Creator/{{Funimation}} has licensed both the TV series (released in November, 2012) and film, which was released in 2013. A manga adaptation of the TV series and the movie was serialized in Shounen Ace. There's also a spin-off manga entitled ''Blood-C: Demonic Moonlight (Blood-C: Izayoi Kitan)'' which is set in 1946. In July 2015, a stage play entitled, ''Theater/BloodCTheLastMind'', ''Theatre/BloodCTheLastMind'', was released which is written by Junichi Fujisaku and is an {{Interquel}} between the TV series and movie. There will also be [[https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2017-01-06/blood-c-anime-gets-live-action-film-with-new-story-this-fall/.110712 a live-action film]] set to be released in Fall 2017 entitled ''Asura Girl: Blood-C Another Story'' which will feature a completely new story set in the military regime of pre-World War II Japan, and will follow a bloody conflict that erupts between villagers and Japan's Special Higher Police forces. It will be also be written by Fujisaku and directed by Shutaro Oku who also directed the stage play.



!!This series provides examples of:

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!!This series !!''Blood-C'' provides examples of:
6th Jan '17 7:30:37 PM sayaleviathan
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Creator/{{Funimation}} has licensed both the TV series (released in November, 2012) and film, which was released in 2013. A manga adaptation of the TV series and the movie was serialized in Shounen Ace. There's also a spin-off manga entitled ''Blood-C: Demonic Moonlight (Blood-C: Izayoi Kitan)'' which is set in 1946. In July 2015, a stage play entitled, ''Theater/BloodCTheLastMind'', was released which is written by Junichi Fujisaku and is an {{Interquel}} between the TV series and movie.

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Creator/{{Funimation}} has licensed both the TV series (released in November, 2012) and film, which was released in 2013. A manga adaptation of the TV series and the movie was serialized in Shounen Ace. There's also a spin-off manga entitled ''Blood-C: Demonic Moonlight (Blood-C: Izayoi Kitan)'' which is set in 1946. In July 2015, a stage play entitled, ''Theater/BloodCTheLastMind'', was released which is written by Junichi Fujisaku and is an {{Interquel}} between the TV series and movie.
movie. There will also be [[https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2017-01-06/blood-c-anime-gets-live-action-film-with-new-story-this-fall/.110712 a live-action film]] set to be released in Fall 2017 entitled ''Asura Girl: Blood-C Another Story'' which will feature a completely new story set in the military regime of pre-World War II Japan, and will follow a bloody conflict that erupts between villagers and Japan's Special Higher Police forces. It will be also be written by Fujisaku and directed by Shutaro Oku who also directed the stage play.


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* AllInTheManual: So, you want to know more of Saya's, Fumito's and Tadayoshi's past and all of this business about the Elder Bairns? Go read the manga ''Blood-C: Demonic Moonlight'' [[spoiler:which tells about Tadayoshi's past life]] and watch the stage play ''Blood-C: The Last Mind'' [[spoiler:which explains how Fumito got interested in Saya]].
1st Jan '17 12:09:59 AM variable21xx
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Creator/{{Funimation}} has licensed both the TV series (released in November, 2012) and film, which was released in 2013. A manga adaptation of the TV series and the movie was serialized in Shounen Ace. There's also a spin-off manga entitled ''Blood-C: Demonic Moonlight (Blood-C: Izayoi Kitan)'' which is set in 1946. In July 2015, a stage play entitled, ''Blood-C: The Last Mind'', was released which is written by Junichi Fujisaku and is an {{Interquel}} between the TV series and movie.

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Creator/{{Funimation}} has licensed both the TV series (released in November, 2012) and film, which was released in 2013. A manga adaptation of the TV series and the movie was serialized in Shounen Ace. There's also a spin-off manga entitled ''Blood-C: Demonic Moonlight (Blood-C: Izayoi Kitan)'' which is set in 1946. In July 2015, a stage play entitled, ''Blood-C: The Last Mind'', ''Theater/BloodCTheLastMind'', was released which is written by Junichi Fujisaku and is an {{Interquel}} between the TV series and movie.
31st Dec '16 9:50:11 PM variable21xx
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Creator/{{Funimation}} has licensed both the TV series (released in November, 2012) and film, which was released in 2013. A manga adaptation of the TV series and the movie was serialized in Shounen Ace. There's also a spin-off manga entitled ''Blood-C: Izayoi Kitan'' which is set in 1946. In July 2015, a stage play entitled, ''Blood-C: The Last Mind'', was released which is written by Junichi Fujisaku and is an {{Interquel}} between the TV series and movie.

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Creator/{{Funimation}} has licensed both the TV series (released in November, 2012) and film, which was released in 2013. A manga adaptation of the TV series and the movie was serialized in Shounen Ace. There's also a spin-off manga entitled ''Blood-C: Demonic Moonlight (Blood-C: Izayoi Kitan'' Kitan)'' which is set in 1946. In July 2015, a stage play entitled, ''Blood-C: The Last Mind'', was released which is written by Junichi Fujisaku and is an {{Interquel}} between the TV series and movie.
5th Dec '16 7:54:48 PM sayaleviathan
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* {{Retcon}}: [[https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-ezB5OcM2uO0/Tzc8PfeMqbI/AAAAAAAAAxU/KzlZWADqNAU/s800/screenshot20110722at530s.png The TV broadcast]] of episode 3 showed Saya, having a SlasherSmile when she plunged her sword on the marshmallow train Elder Bairn which gives a notion that [[BloodKnight she seemed to enjoy killing them]]. [[http://i1207.photobucket.com/albums/bb480/Yumekichi11/Picture11/1c1b3e6d.jpg The BD version]] changed it where she just frowned and looked serious while killing the Elder Bairns. Itís possible that the one in the TV broadcast is just a mistake in the animatorís part.
18th Oct '16 8:59:26 AM Cieloazul
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* {{Adorkable}}: Saya in spades. Taken UpToEleven in the manga...CHIBI SAYA!

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* {{Adorkable}}: Saya in spades. Taken UpToEleven in the manga... CHIBI SAYA!



* AncientConspiracy: [[spoiler:In ancient times, humans made a covenant with Elder Bairns, called Shrovetide, which allowed them to feast on humans only during a special time, and Fumito's family was in charge of it.]]



** BrokenBird


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* BroadStrokes: The series is a sequel of sorts to ''Anime/BloodTheLastVampire'' judging for the flashback in episode 11, where [[spoiler:Saya is shown in her ''The Last Vampire'' uniform fighting against Fumito's personal army in what appears to be an airfield, all while a voiceover talks about her connection to the United States Army]]; similarly, the OpeningNarration of episode 1 shows something resembling a Chiropteran being slashed by Saya. If we are meant to take it as a direct ContinuityNod, then it implies that [[spoiler:Saya Kisaragi is really the original Saya who was snatched from the Red Shield by Fumito, and thus that the chiropterans are simply a kind of Elder Bairns.]]


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-->''Ikutama, Tarutama, Tamatamarutama. Amenotokotachi no Mikoto, Kuninotokotachi no Mikoto.''
5th Jul '16 11:48:54 PM gjjones
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* CastingGag: voice actors Creator/KeijiFujiwara (Tadayoshi Kisaragi) and Creator/KenjiNojima (Fumito Nanahara) previously played in ''Anime/BloodPlus''. Fujiwara voiced Nathan Mahler, one of Diva's Chevalier, [[spoiler:and hilariously enough, Tadayoshi happens to be half-human hybrid too]]. Nojima voiced Karman, one of the artificial chiropterans designed as super soldiers, [[spoiler:and also hilariously enough in the movie, Fumito is also creating artificial Elder Bairns though not for military purposes]].
5th Jul '16 11:48:36 PM gjjones
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* [[spoiler:CliffHanger]]: [[spoiler:The ending left us with Saya pursuing Fumito into the city.]]

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* [[spoiler:CliffHanger]]: CliffHanger: [[spoiler:The ending left us with Saya pursuing Fumito into the city.]]



* [[spoiler:DownerEnding]]: [[spoiler: Fumito gets away, Saya loses an eye, Itsuki and Tadayoshi die redeeming themselves, and the entire town is massacred.]]

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* [[spoiler:DownerEnding]]: DownerEnding: [[spoiler: Fumito gets away, Saya loses an eye, Itsuki and Tadayoshi die redeeming themselves, and the entire town is massacred.]]



* [[spoiler:FakeMemories]]: [[spoiler:Most everything Saya remembers that isn't from a flashback is fake.]]
* [[spoiler:FakingTheDead]]: [[spoiler:Tokizane, the Motoe twins, and Yuka.]]

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* [[spoiler:FakeMemories]]: FakeMemories: [[spoiler:Most everything Saya remembers that isn't from a flashback is fake.]]
* [[spoiler:FakingTheDead]]: FakingTheDead: [[spoiler:Tokizane, the Motoe twins, and Yuka.]]



* ImAHumanitarian: In a weird twist:[[spoiler:While the Elder Bairns feast on humans, Saya (being one herself) cannot. Instead, she can only feast on the blood of other Elder Bairns.]]

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* ImAHumanitarian: In a weird twist:[[spoiler:While twist: [[spoiler:While the Elder Bairns feast on humans, Saya (being one herself) cannot. Instead, she can only feast on the blood of other Elder Bairns.]]



* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: [[spoiler:Multiple of Saya's classmates (including Yuka's fake body) that weren't eaten.]]

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* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice:
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[[spoiler:Multiple of Saya's classmates (including Yuka's fake body) that weren't eaten.]]



** [[spoiler:CreepyTwins]]: [[spoiler:As of episode 11]]

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** [[spoiler:CreepyTwins]]: CreepyTwins: [[spoiler:As of episode 11]]



* [[spoiler:TrumanShowPlot]]

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* [[spoiler:TrumanShowPlot]]%%* TrumanShowPlot



* [[spoiler:TrashTheSet: Episode 12. Asides from the villagers getting massacred by the bunny Elder Bairns, the whole town gets destroyed.]]

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* [[spoiler:TrashTheSet: Episode TrashTheSet: [[spoiler:Episode 12. Asides from the villagers getting massacred by the bunny Elder Bairns, the whole town gets destroyed.]]



* UnwittingPawn: [[spoiler:Saya. Big time.]]

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* UnwittingPawn: UnwittingPawn:
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[[spoiler:Saya. Big time.]]
2nd Feb '16 3:43:23 AM Adept
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* CastingGag: voice actors KeijiFujiwara (Tadayoshi Kisaragi) and KenjiNojima (Fumito Nanahara) previously played in ''Anime/BloodPlus''. Fujiwara voiced Nathan Mahler, one of Diva's Chevalier, [[spoiler:and hilariously enough, Tadayoshi happens to be half-human hybrid too]]. Nojima voiced Karman, one of the artificial chiropterans designed as super soldiers, [[spoiler:and also hilariously enough in the movie, Fumito is also creating artificial Elder Bairns though not for military purposes]].

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* CastingGag: voice actors KeijiFujiwara Creator/KeijiFujiwara (Tadayoshi Kisaragi) and KenjiNojima Creator/KenjiNojima (Fumito Nanahara) previously played in ''Anime/BloodPlus''. Fujiwara voiced Nathan Mahler, one of Diva's Chevalier, [[spoiler:and hilariously enough, Tadayoshi happens to be half-human hybrid too]]. Nojima voiced Karman, one of the artificial chiropterans designed as super soldiers, [[spoiler:and also hilariously enough in the movie, Fumito is also creating artificial Elder Bairns though not for military purposes]].
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