History Anime / BtX

9th Dec '16 11:17:45 PM shuniya
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** FillerVillain: Teppei VS Kaos. Kaos plays an important role, however, coining the phrase "Buddy", which is used a lot in the remainder of the series, and furthering Teppei's CharacterDevelopment. The Dark Knights station was not a filler to the plot, but their fight was expanded to serve {{foreshadow|ing}} Teppei's connection with the Sun, and the potential he has.
9th Dec '16 10:52:31 PM shuniya
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* {{Filler}}: three episodes dealing with the Dark Knights (while in the manga they were defeated all together and very anticlimactically), along with encountering an old member of the Four Knights and also a reclusive scientist.
* FillerVillain: Teppei VS Kaos. Kaos plays an important role, however, coining the phrase "Buddy", which is used a lot in the remainder of the series, and furthering Teppei's CharacterDevelopment. The Dark Knights station was not a filler to the plot, but their fight was expanded to serve {{foreshadow|ing}} Teppei's connection with the Sun, and the potential he has.

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* {{Filler}}: three Three episodes dealing with the Dark Knights (while in the manga they were defeated all together and very anticlimactically), along with encountering an old member of the Four Knights and also a reclusive scientist.
* ** FillerVillain: Teppei VS Kaos. Kaos plays an important role, however, coining the phrase "Buddy", which is used a lot in the remainder of the series, and furthering Teppei's CharacterDevelopment. The Dark Knights station was not a filler to the plot, but their fight was expanded to serve {{foreshadow|ing}} Teppei's connection with the Sun, and the potential he has.
9th Dec '16 10:51:23 PM shuniya
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* FillerVillain: Chaos and the three Dark Knights. Chaos plays an important role, however, coining the phrase "Buddy", which is used a lot in the remainder of the series, and furthering Teppei's CharacterDevelopment. The Dark Knights serve to {{foreshadow|ing}} Teppei's connection with the Sun, and the potential he has.

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* FillerVillain: Chaos and the three Dark Knights. Chaos Teppei VS Kaos. Kaos plays an important role, however, coining the phrase "Buddy", which is used a lot in the remainder of the series, and furthering Teppei's CharacterDevelopment. The Dark Knights station was not a filler to the plot, but their fight was expanded to serve to {{foreshadow|ing}} Teppei's connection with the Sun, and the potential he has.
9th Dec '16 8:11:19 AM shuniya
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* AnimalMecha / AMechByAnyOtherName: In this case, [[MiniMecha B'ts]]. [[WordOfGod Kurumada]] took pride in this first ever [[SuperRobot mecha]] genre that he wrote, and is persistent to ''not'' use the term "robots" for his mechs. See MeaningfulName below for more details.

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* AnimalMecha / AMechByAnyOtherName: In this case, [[MiniMecha B'ts]]. [[WordOfGod Kurumada]] took pride in this first ever [[SuperRobot mecha]] genre story that he wrote, and is persistent to ''not'' use the term "robots" for his mechs. See MeaningfulName below for more details.
9th Dec '16 1:32:06 AM shuniya
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* MagicFloppyDisk: Kurumada, despite claiming to be "technologically dumb," has made some surprisingly near-accurate predictions in technology usage within this story, but with one little blooper of Karen using a memory card that looks similar to a floppy disk to take X's data with her to flee her country. Karen gives this card to Teppei to have him reinstall X's combat data back and turn-on the Battle Gear System by episode 1 of the anime and Act 2 of the manga.

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* MagicFloppyDisk: Kurumada, [[WordOfGod Kurumada]], despite claiming to be "technologically dumb," has made some surprisingly near-accurate predictions in technology usage within this story, but with one little blooper of Karen using a memory card that looks similar to a floppy disk to take X's data with her to flee her country. Karen gives this card to Teppei to have him reinstall X's combat data back and turn-on the Battle Gear System by episode 1 of the anime and Act 2 of the manga.
9th Dec '16 1:30:50 AM shuniya
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* AlternativeForeignThemeSong: The airing in Taiwan had a particularly rare situation done by the Japanese companies themselves. Stabilized since [[TheEighties the late 80's]], Taiwan [[TheSongRemainsTheSame would leave all licensed anime opening and ending themes untouched, even when dubbed.]] But in ''B't X's'' case, Fence of Defense's opening theme, ''Haruka~SAILING FOR MY DREAM'' was replaced by [[Music/TMRevolution T.M.Revolution's]] ''HIGH PRESSURE'' midway through it's airing without prior notice ''despite'' WordOfGod personally handpicked [=FoD=]'s song and the song [[SleeperHit was selling tremendously well]] in Japan thanks to the anime; this was speculated as to 1) ''B't X'' [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff was popular]] and Sony Music wanted a piece of their pie, and 2) Sony Music wanted to officially package T.M.R to the the international anime fan base, redirecting the demographic into buying T.M.R's ''Triple Joker'' album since T.M.R was officially licensed in Taiwan and was doing well with his ''restoration Level 3'' album thanks to ''Manga/RurouniKenshin''. This made ''B't X'' as the second anime project in T.M.R's history with his name in it, albeit forcefully. ''Haruka~SAILING FOR MY DREAM'' was later placed back to it's normal state by the time of ''B't X's'' [[UsefulNotes/CompactDisc [=VCD=]]] release. Since the Japanese fanbase became aware of this over the years, they treated T.M.R's ''HIGH PRESSURE'' as the "Taiwan-Mandarin release ver. bonus theme song" to this series.

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* AlternativeForeignThemeSong: The airing in Taiwan had a particularly rare situation done by the Japanese companies themselves. Stabilized since [[TheEighties the late 80's]], Taiwan [[TheSongRemainsTheSame would leave all licensed anime opening and ending themes untouched, even when dubbed.]] But in ''B't X's'' case, Fence of Defense's opening theme, ''Haruka~SAILING FOR MY DREAM'' was replaced by [[Music/TMRevolution T.M.Revolution's]] ''HIGH PRESSURE'' midway through it's airing without prior notice ''despite'' WordOfGod personally handpicked [=FoD=]'s song and the song [[SleeperHit was selling tremendously well]] in Japan thanks to the anime; this was speculated as to 1) ''B't X'' [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff was popular]] and Sony Music wanted a piece of their pie, and 2) Sony Music wanted to officially package T.M.R to the the international anime fan base, redirecting the demographic into buying T.M.R's ''Triple Joker'' album since T.M.R was officially licensed in Taiwan and was doing well with his ''restoration Level 3'' album thanks to ''Manga/RurouniKenshin''. This made ''B't X'' as the second anime project in T.M.R's history with his name in it, albeit forcefully. ''Haruka~SAILING FOR MY DREAM'' was later placed back to it's normal state by the time of ''B't X's'' [[UsefulNotes/CompactDisc [=VCD=]]] release. Since the Japanese fanbase became aware of this over the years, they treated T.M.R's ''HIGH PRESSURE'' as the "Taiwan-Mandarin release ver. bonus a "bonus theme song" to this series.
9th Dec '16 12:50:57 AM shuniya
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* AnimalMecha / AMechByAnyOtherName: In this case, [[MiniMecha B'ts]].

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* AnimalMecha / AMechByAnyOtherName: In this case, [[MiniMecha B'ts]]. [[WordOfGod Kurumada]] took pride in this first ever [[SuperRobot mecha]] genre that he wrote, and is persistent to ''not'' use the term "robots" for his mechs. See MeaningfulName below for more details.
9th Dec '16 12:44:22 AM shuniya
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*** Implied by Aramis, a B't is defined as "a 'Total' definition of a 'Beautifully-designed' mechanical being with a highly sentient '[[ArtificialIntelligence Brain]]' [[BloodMagic born through]] '[[BloodOath Blood]],' who is programed to be a '[[BraveryTropes Brave]] [[SuperRobotGenre Battler]].'"

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*** [[WordOfGod Kurumada]] insisted to not use the term "Robot" to define the mechas he created for this story, and has also intended the term to be pronounced as ''be-tow,'' [[note]]At least in Japanese.[[/note]] emphasizing the pronunciation from the word, "Total" explained in the section below.
*** Implied by Aramis, a B't is defined as "a 'Total' definition of a 'Beautifully-designed' mechanical being with a highly sentient '[[ArtificialIntelligence Brain]]' [[BloodMagic born through]] '[[BloodOath Blood]],' who is programed to be a '[[BraveryTropes Brave]] [[SuperRobotGenre Battler]].'"
9th Dec '16 12:27:06 AM shuniya
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* MagicFloppyDisk: Kurumada, despite claiming to be "technologically dumb," has made some surprisingly near-accurate predictions in technology usage within this story, but with one little blooper of Karen using a memory card that looks similar to a floppy disk to take X's data with her to flee her country.

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* MagicFloppyDisk: Kurumada, despite claiming to be "technologically dumb," has made some surprisingly near-accurate predictions in technology usage within this story, but with one little blooper of Karen using a memory card that looks similar to a floppy disk to take X's data with her to flee her country. Karen gives this card to Teppei to have him reinstall X's combat data back and turn-on the Battle Gear System by episode 1 of the anime and Act 2 of the manga.
9th Dec '16 12:20:48 AM shuniya
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* MagicFloppyDisk: Kurumada, despite claiming to be "technologically dumb," has made some surprisingly near-accurate predictions in technology usage within this story, but with one little blooper of Karen using a memory card that looks similar to a floppy disk to take X's data with her to flee her country.
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