History Anime / EurekaSevenAO

15th Jul '17 10:36:34 AM gjjones
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'''Any spoiler for ''Eureka Seven'' and ''Good Night, Sleep Tight, Young Lovers'' will be unmarked, and all character tropes should go to the ''Eureka Seven AO'' [[Characters/EurekaSevenAO character page]]'''.

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15th Jul '17 10:36:06 AM gjjones
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15th Jul '17 10:35:23 AM gjjones
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'''All spoilers for ''Eureka Seven'' and ''Good Night, Sleep Tight, Young Lovers'' are unmarked and all character tropes should go to the ''Eureka Seven AO'' [[Characters/EurekaSevenAO character page]]'''.

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15th Jul '17 10:34:57 AM gjjones
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'''WARNING: This page assumes you have watched the original ''Anime/EurekaSeven'' anime, as well as [[TheMovie The]] [[Anime/EurekaSevenGoodNightSleepTightYoungLovers Movie]]. Spoilers for those two works will be unmarked.'''
15th Jul '17 10:34:45 AM gjjones
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'''All spoilers for ''Eureka Seven'' and ''Good Night, Sleep Tight, Young Lovers'' are unmarked and all character tropes should go to the ''Eureka Seven AO'' [[Characters/EurekaSevenAO character page]]'''.
23rd Jun '17 11:22:20 PM Ryulong
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Earth is plagued by attacks from the [[OutsideContextProblem Secrets]] (called G-monsters by the Okinawans), which seem to be attracted to Scub Coral (a strange material that appears out of nowhere). When one of these beasts attacks Okinawa, not only does Ao find himself FallingIntoTheCockpit, he also learns of his [[HalfHumanHybrid strange lineage related to the main characters of the previous series]]. Saving the island also pulls him into the middle of many political issues, including Okinawa's struggle for independence.

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Earth is plagued by attacks from the [[OutsideContextProblem Secrets]] (called G-monsters by the Okinawans), which seem to be attracted to Scub Coral (a strange material that appears out of nowhere). When one of these beasts attacks Okinawa, the Okinawan island of Iwato Jima, not only does Ao find himself FallingIntoTheCockpit, he also learns of his [[HalfHumanHybrid strange lineage related to the main characters of the previous series]]. Saving the island also pulls him into the middle of many political issues, including Okinawa's struggle for independence.



* AlternateHistory: Due to the appearances of Scub Coral and Secrets throughout human history, Ao's timeline has been changed radically compared to the real world. The world population is about half that of the real world. Nuclear power was invented but never developed due to the catastrophic destruction a Scub Burst would cause were it to catch a power plant in the blast. The Soviet Union and China suffered heavily from Scub Bursts. It can thus be assumed that the Cold War never came about, since the Soviet Union would not be a threat in that state, hence why it has not collapsed in Ao's timeline. Finally, a Scub Burst in Tokyo crippled Japan just after WWII, leaving it behind-the-curve.

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* AlternateHistory: Due to the appearances of Scub Coral and Secrets throughout human history, Ao's timeline has been changed radically compared to the real world. The world population is about half that of the real world. Nuclear power was invented but never developed due to the catastrophic destruction a Scub Burst would cause were it to catch a power plant in the blast. The Soviet Union and China suffered heavily from Scub Bursts. It can thus be assumed that the Cold War never came about, since the Soviet Union would not be a threat in that state, hence why it has not collapsed in Ao's timeline. Finally, a Scub Burst in Tokyo crippled Japan just after WWII, leaving it behind-the-curve. The Okinawa Islands have also (re)gained independence from Japan as a result of a Scub Burst during a war between Japan and China.



* BalkanizeMe: The island of Okinawa has declared itself independent from the rest of Japan. There are still tensions between the two, hence the Okinawans' mistrust of foreigners (which includes people from Japan).
** UsefulNotes/SaudiArabia has split up into several countries, including the Republic of Fisal Arabia.

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* BalkanizeMe: The island As a result of a Scub Burst occuring during a war between Japan and China, Okinawa has declared itself independent Prefecture managed to declare independence from Japan to become the rest of Japan. United Okinawan Archipelago (officially the United Okinawa and Ryukyu Islands). There are still tensions over this agreement; China maintains fishing rights to the entire archipelago and Japan still performs military operations in their waters with the US Navy. On top of all this, Ao and Naru's home island of Iwato is disputed territory between the two, hence all three powers. Hence the Okinawans' mistrust of foreigners (which includes people from Japan).
** UsefulNotes/SaudiArabia has split up into several countries, including the Republic of Fisal Faisal Arabia.



* UngratefulBastard: The residents of Okinawa blame Eureka and her son for their troubles, even though the alternative would have been the complete destruction of their island. It's implied that they're just being used as scapegoats since Okinawa's independence suffered in the ensuing struggle for control over trapar mining in the region.

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* UngratefulBastard: The residents of Okinawa Iwato Jima blame Eureka and her son for their troubles, even though the alternative would have been the complete destruction of their island. It's implied that they're just being used as scapegoats since Okinawa's independence suffered in the ensuing struggle for control over trapar mining in the region.
8th Jun '17 8:34:20 PM nombretomado
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[[http://www.siliconera.com/2012/06/20/eureka-seven-ao-game-slated-for-september/ A video game]] [[LicensedGame for the series]] was released in September 2012 by BandaiNamcoEntertainment. It includes a bonus episode (taking place between episodes eight and nine) [[http://www.siliconera.com/2012/06/22/renton-thurston-returns-for-eureka-seven-ao-video-game/ and also includes]] {{Crossover}} elements.

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[[http://www.siliconera.com/2012/06/20/eureka-seven-ao-game-slated-for-september/ A video game]] [[LicensedGame for the series]] was released in September 2012 by BandaiNamcoEntertainment.Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment. It includes a bonus episode (taking place between episodes eight and nine) [[http://www.siliconera.com/2012/06/22/renton-thurston-returns-for-eureka-seven-ao-video-game/ and also includes]] {{Crossover}} elements.



* LicensedGame: By BandaiNamcoEntertainment. It will include a bonus episode of the anime and will have {{Crossover}} elements with the original series and its movie adaptation.

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* LicensedGame: By BandaiNamcoEntertainment.Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment. It will include a bonus episode of the anime and will have {{Crossover}} elements with the original series and its movie adaptation.
4th Jun '17 5:33:16 AM Ominae
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[[http://www.siliconera.com/2012/06/20/eureka-seven-ao-game-slated-for-september/ A video game]] [[LicensedGame for the series]] was released in September 2012 by NamcoBandai. It includes a bonus episode (taking place between episodes eight and nine) [[http://www.siliconera.com/2012/06/22/renton-thurston-returns-for-eureka-seven-ao-video-game/ and also includes]] {{Crossover}} elements.

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[[http://www.siliconera.com/2012/06/20/eureka-seven-ao-game-slated-for-september/ A video game]] [[LicensedGame for the series]] was released in September 2012 by NamcoBandai.BandaiNamcoEntertainment. It includes a bonus episode (taking place between episodes eight and nine) [[http://www.siliconera.com/2012/06/22/renton-thurston-returns-for-eureka-seven-ao-video-game/ and also includes]] {{Crossover}} elements.



* LicensedGame: By NamcoBandai. It will include a bonus episode of the anime and will have {{Crossover}} elements with the original series and its movie adaptation.

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* LicensedGame: By NamcoBandai.BandaiNamcoEntertainment. It will include a bonus episode of the anime and will have {{Crossover}} elements with the original series and its movie adaptation.
21st May '17 1:22:59 PM HighCrate
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* BlackBox: The Third Engine. No one knows how it works. When active it can absorb trapar directly from the atmosphere for fuel, giving the IFO theoretically limitless flight time, and the Nirvash has increased speed and maneuverability while using it, but there's clearly more going on. They can duplicate the technology, since other [=IFOs=] possess them, but attempting to activate it does nothing. Elena and Fleur do eventually manage to get theirs working, but it only lasts as long as it needs to for them to rescue Ao, then shuts off almost immediately once he's free. [[GenreSavvy Elena credits]] ThePowerOfLove, which, given the previous series, is most likely the exact reason it worked. It activates a second time for Fleur in the finale, [[RedHerring but nothing comes of that]].

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* BlackBox: The Third Engine. No one knows how it works. When active it can absorb trapar directly from the atmosphere for fuel, giving the IFO theoretically limitless flight time, and the Nirvash has increased speed and maneuverability while using it, but there's clearly more going on. They can duplicate the technology, since other [=IFOs=] possess them, but attempting to activate it does nothing. Elena and Fleur do eventually manage to get theirs working, but it only lasts as long as it needs to for them to rescue Ao, then shuts off almost immediately once he's free. [[GenreSavvy Elena credits]] credits ThePowerOfLove, which, given the previous series, is most likely the exact reason it worked. It activates a second time for Fleur in the finale, [[RedHerring but nothing comes of that]].
21st Apr '17 9:35:58 PM nombretomado
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** Episode 16 shows a random bystander wearing a {{Suda 51}} shirt (which happened in another Bones series, Manga/{{Heroman}}), and the dream sequence where Ao is surrounded by the Secrets he defeated is an exact homage to the final scene of ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion''.

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** Episode 16 shows a random bystander wearing a {{Suda 51}} Creator/Suda51 shirt (which happened in another Bones series, Manga/{{Heroman}}), and the dream sequence where Ao is surrounded by the Secrets he defeated is an exact homage to the final scene of ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion''.
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