History Anime / KazemakaseTsukikageRan

30th Jun '16 11:19:53 AM Paireon
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'''''Kazemakase: Tsukikage Ran''''' [-(English title: ''Carried by the Wind: Tsukikage Ran'')-] is an anime series directed by Akitaro Daichi (who also gave us ''[[Manga/KodomoNoOmocha Kodocha]], ''Anime/JubeiChan'', ''Manga/FruitsBasket'', and ''Anime/NowAndThenHereAndThere''), that aired for 13 episodes in 2000. It follows a basic adventure formula, with different settings, villains and people to help in every episode. The series derives most of its strength from the often humorous and dynamic interaction between Ran and Meow, who could be seen as {{lovely angels}} with a twist.

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'''''Kazemakase: Tsukikage Ran''''' [-(English title: ''Carried by the Wind: Tsukikage Ran'')-] is an anime series directed by Akitaro Daichi (who also gave us ''[[Manga/KodomoNoOmocha Kodocha]], Kodocha]]'', ''Anime/JubeiChan'', ''Manga/FruitsBasket'', and ''Anime/NowAndThenHereAndThere''), that aired for 13 episodes in 2000. It follows a basic adventure formula, with different settings, villains and people to help in every episode. The series derives most of its strength from the often humorous and dynamic interaction between Ran and Meow, who could be seen as {{lovely angels}} with a twist.
26th Apr '16 6:14:34 PM Ohio9
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* BoringInvincibleHero: Ran almost never faces an opponent depicted as a serious challenge.
23rd Mar '16 2:46:50 PM OlmoJV
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* IaijutsuPractitioner: Already in the opening, Ran is shown to be this.
12th Mar '16 4:34:49 PM OlmoJV
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Ran is a young female {{ronin}} with an unmatched degree of swordsmanship. She wanders through Japan, looking for thrills and a steady supply of good saké[[labelnote:]] (rice-wine, in case you didn't know)[[/note]]. One day she runs into Meow, a somewhat younger girl who has tremendous skill in Chinese martial arts and a lust for strife matching her own. Together they wind up in all kinds of adventures, ranging from skirmishes with the {{yakuza}} to helping clueless parents to duking it out with an overgrown European woman.

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Ran is a young female {{ronin}} with an unmatched degree of swordsmanship. She wanders through Japan, looking for thrills and a steady supply of good saké[[labelnote:]] saké[[note]] (rice-wine, in case you didn't know)[[/note]]. One day she runs into Meow, a somewhat younger girl who has tremendous skill in Chinese martial arts and a lust for strife matching her own. Together they wind up in all kinds of adventures, ranging from skirmishes with the {{yakuza}} to helping clueless parents to duking it out with an overgrown European woman.
8th Mar '16 6:38:28 AM OlmoJV
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* DeathByIrony: [[spoiler:Mei is stabbed from behind by a samurai addict who came to have more of her drug and was taken out by her. Also, this happens after she has chided Meow and Mei of not killing off her henchmen they had taken out, saying that sparing them will cost them their lives.]]

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* DeathByIrony: [[spoiler:Mei is stabbed from behind by a samurai addict who came to have more of her drug and was taken out by her. Also, this happens after she has chided Meow and Mei Ran of not killing off her henchmen they had taken out, saying that sparing them will cost them their lives.]]



* ShadowArchetype: Meow has one in Mei. They were childhood friends who both studied martial arts (they're nowadays on the same level of skill). While Meow left to seek adventures with merriment and goodwill, Mei worked hard to get out of poverty that took the lives of her parents (though not by honest business).

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* ShadowArchetype: Meow has one in Mei. They were childhood friends who both studied martial arts (they're nowadays on the same level of skill). While Meow left to seek adventures with merriment and goodwill, Mei worked hard to get out of poverty that took the lives of her parents (though parents, but not by through honest business).business.



* TitleDrop: "Where should we go next?" "Wherever the wind blows us".

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* TitleDrop: "Where should we go next?" "Wherever the wind blows us".us."
8th Mar '16 5:04:28 AM OlmoJV
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* DeathByIrony: [[spoiler:Mei is stabbed from behind by a samurai addict who came to have more of her drug and was taken out by her. Also, this happens after she has chided Meow and Mei of not killing off her henchmen they had taken out, saying that sparing them will cost them their lives.]]
8th Mar '16 4:33:34 AM OlmoJV
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* FamousLastWords: By [[spoiler:Mei who's [[DiedInYourArmsTonight held in her childhood friend Meow's arms]]]] in the 9th episode.
--> "[[spoiler:This is a pretty good death for me, don't you think?]]"
8th Mar '16 4:27:46 AM OlmoJV
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* TheDrifter: Both of them wander from town to town.

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* TheDrifter: Both of them Ran and Meow wander from town to town.


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-->'''Mei''': You dare ask why? Meow, you really are lucky to be so carefree. Do you know what the most important thing is for living? Money. Dad died without being able to see a doctor. Mum died from overwork. Poverty is to blame for everything. If we only had money, they would still be alive today... Strangers offer consolation, but when it comes right down to it, they won't help you. You're the same! What were you doing while I was suffering? You were out on a carefree journey! It all comes down to money. Take a look at this house. How hard do you think I worked? I finally came to this point. Finally. I won't let anyone interfere!
8th Mar '16 4:04:50 AM OlmoJV
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-->'''Ran''': Well? Don't you agree that murder to avenge murder is silly? One murders the other, on and on... It never ends. End this foolishness now. If you insist upon killing this man, do it. Then his children will be out to kill you. If it comes to that, I won't let them. I, Tsukikage Ran, will kill you on their behalf. Then the killing for revenge will end in a draw, hmm?
7th Mar '16 6:15:18 PM Soufriere
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''Kazemakase: Tsukikage Ran'' (''Carried by the Wind: Tsukikage Ran'') is an anime series produced by Akitaro Daichi (who also produced ''Anime/JubeiChan'' and ''Manga/FruitsBasket''), that aired for 13 episodes in 2000. It follows a basic adventure formula, with different settings, villains and people to help in every episode. The series derives most of its strength from the often humorous and dynamic interaction between Ran and Meow, who could be seen as {{lovely angels}} with a twist.

Ran is a young female {{ronin}} with an unmatched degree of swordsmanship. She wanders through Japan, looking for thrills and a steady supply of good sake[[note]]Rice Wine, in case you didn't know[[/note]]. One day she runs into Meow, a somewhat younger Chinese girl who has tremendous skill in Chinese martial arts and a lust for strife matching her own. Together they wind up in all kinds of adventures, ranging from skirmishes with the {{yakuza}} to helping clueless parents to duking it out with an overgrown European woman.

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''Kazemakase: '''''Kazemakase: Tsukikage Ran'' (''Carried Ran''''' [-(English title: ''Carried by the Wind: Tsukikage Ran'') Ran'')-] is an anime series produced directed by Akitaro Daichi (who also produced ''Anime/JubeiChan'' gave us ''[[Manga/KodomoNoOmocha Kodocha]], ''Anime/JubeiChan'', ''Manga/FruitsBasket'', and ''Manga/FruitsBasket''), ''Anime/NowAndThenHereAndThere''), that aired for 13 episodes in 2000. It follows a basic adventure formula, with different settings, villains and people to help in every episode. The series derives most of its strength from the often humorous and dynamic interaction between Ran and Meow, who could be seen as {{lovely angels}} with a twist.

Ran is a young female {{ronin}} with an unmatched degree of swordsmanship. She wanders through Japan, looking for thrills and a steady supply of good sake[[note]]Rice Wine, saké[[labelnote:]] (rice-wine, in case you didn't know[[/note]]. know)[[/note]]. One day she runs into Meow, a somewhat younger Chinese girl who has tremendous skill in Chinese martial arts and a lust for strife matching her own. Together they wind up in all kinds of adventures, ranging from skirmishes with the {{yakuza}} to helping clueless parents to duking it out with an overgrown European woman.
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The series was licensed in North America by Creator/{{Bandai|Entertainment}}, but no one seemed to realize it at the time and it quickly went out-of-print.






* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Stephanie is as spaced out as she is big. She thinks everyone in Japan is either a geisha, a samurai or a ninja and when she finds people who don't fit these roles, she tries to reconcile them as combinations like Geisha-Ninja or Samura-Ninja.

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* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: CloudCuckoolander: Stephanie is as spaced out as she is big. She thinks everyone in Japan is either a geisha, a samurai samurai, or a ninja and ninja. And when she finds people who don't fit these roles, she tries to reconcile them as combinations like Geisha-Ninja or Samura-Ninja.



*** Hiraga Gennai (1729-1779), also known as the electric guy from Anime/ReadOrDie, shows up in one episode.

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*** Hiraga Gennai (1729-1779), also known as the electric guy from Anime/ReadOrDie, ''Anime/ReadOrDie'', shows up in one episode.



* {{Ronin}}: Ran is a wandering samurai because she doesn't want to work for anyone. The opening theme is about the simple joy of the masterless samurai. "I have my freedom and sake."

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* {{Ronin}}: Ran is a wandering samurai because she doesn't want to work for anyone. The opening theme is about the simple joy of the masterless samurai. "I have my freedom and sake.saké."



* {{Tsurime Eyes}} / {{Tareme Eyes}}: In one episode this is was the visual cue that distinguished the YamatoNadeshiko from the EvilMatriarch. The first had the eyes downward while the second pointed up.

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* {{Tsurime Eyes}} / {{Tareme Eyes}}: TsurimeEyes[=/=]TaremeEyes: In one episode this is was the visual cue that distinguished the YamatoNadeshiko from the EvilMatriarch. The first had the eyes downward while the second pointed up.
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