History Anime / LostUniverse

8th Jul '16 12:56:39 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* [[spoiler: BittersweetEnding: The anime version, if you take the depressing interpretation, means that Kane and Canal are dead and there's no one to stop the remaining evil Lost Ships. The novel version is [[DownerEnding much nastier]].]]

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* [[spoiler: BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler: The anime version, if you take the depressing interpretation, means that Kane and Canal are dead and there's no one to stop the remaining evil Lost Ships. The novel version is [[DownerEnding much nastier]].]]



* CutShort: The original novel version was this, hence the rather sudden DownerEnding.
* DramaticWind: Darkstar, all the time.

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* CutShort: The original novel version was this, didn't finish, [[spoiler: hence the rather sudden DownerEnding.
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DownerEnding.]]
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DramaticWind: Darkstar, all the time.Darkstar



* [[spoiler:KillEmAll: The climax of the novels, leading to a DownerEnding.]]
* LaserBlade: Kane's primary weapon.

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* [[spoiler:KillEmAll: KillEmAll: [[spoiler: The climax of the novels, novels involves the death of everyone, leading to a DownerEnding.]]
* LaserBlade: Kane's primary weapon.weapon is a sci-fi version of the Sword of Light.



* LostTechnology: The Lost Ships.
* [[spoiler:[[LukeIAmYourFather Kane, I'm Your Grandmother's Brother]]]]
* MagicFromTechnology: The Ships again, whose EnergyWeapons look a heck of a lot like magic. The commands used on Dark Star at the end that disrupts him is part of the [[Anime/{{Slayers}} Giga Slave]]...
* TheMole: [[spoiler:Rail is one in the galatic police but it's for his own agenda.]]

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* LostTechnology: The Lost Ships.
* [[spoiler:[[LukeIAmYourFather Kane, I'm Your Grandmother's Brother]]]]
Ships have super technology but no one knows how to make them anymore.
%%* LukeIAmYourFather:
* MagicFromTechnology: The Ships again, whose have EnergyWeapons that look a heck of a lot like magic. The commands used on Dark Star at the end that disrupts him is part of the [[Anime/{{Slayers}} Giga Slave]]...
* TheMole: [[spoiler:Rail is one in a spy inside the galatic police but it's for his own agenda.to find a lost ship and destroy or control it so it doesn't hurt anyone.]]



* OnlySaneMan: Despite his goofy antics and fixation on wearing a cape (something that everybody mocks him for), Kane Blueriver is arguably the most intelligent and mature out of the PowerTrio.
* PlotAllergy: In the manga Milly is, for some reason, allergic to men. But she's not allergic to Kane. [[spoiler:Because they are second cousins.]]

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* OnlySaneMan: Despite his goofy antics and fixation on wearing a cape (something that everybody mocks him for), Kane Blueriver is arguably the most intelligent and mature out of the PowerTrio.
ship's crew.
* PlotAllergy: In the manga Milly is, for some reason, allergic to men. But men, but she's not allergic to Kane. [[spoiler:Because [[spoiler:This is because they are second cousins.]]



* [[spoiler:ShootTheShaggyDog: Only several villains are alive at the end of the novel series; all of the protagonists are dead without justification. Fortunately, the anime doesn't take this route.]]
* ShoutOut: Kane's LaserBlade.

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* [[spoiler:ShootTheShaggyDog: Only several villains are alive at the end of the novel series; all of the protagonists are dead without justification. Fortunately, the anime doesn't take this route.]]
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%%* ShoutOut: Kane's LaserBlade.
7th Jul '16 8:00:35 PM Tehrannotaur
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* CutShort: The original novel version was this, hence the rather sudden DownerEnding.
28th Jan '16 7:26:21 AM Prfnoff
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Often considered the sister series to ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}}'', '''''Lost Universe''''' is Hajime Kanzaka's take on the Sci-Fi genre. Following Kane Blueriver, Millie Feria Noturne and Canal Vorfeed, the anime (and novels) explore the trio's job--Trouble Contractors, who anyone can hire to solve their problems. These problems range from getting a witness to a trial on time (and alive) to tracking down stolen tea sets.

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Often considered the sister series to ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}}'', '''''Lost Universe''''' ''Lost Universe'' is Hajime Kanzaka's take on the Sci-Fi genre. Following Kane Blueriver, Millie Feria Noturne and Canal Vorfeed, the anime (and novels) explore the trio's job--Trouble Contractors, who anyone can hire to solve their problems. These problems range from getting a witness to a trial on time (and alive) to tracking down stolen tea sets.
4th Jan '16 3:31:07 PM Exxolon
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Often considered the sister series to ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}}'', ''Lost Universe'' is Hajime Kanzaka's take on the Sci-Fi genre. Following Kane Blueriver, Millie Feria Noturne and Canal Vorfeed, the anime (and novels) explore the trio's job--Trouble Contractors, who anyone can hire to solve their problems. These problems range from getting a witness to a trial on time (and alive) to tracking down stolen tea sets.

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\nOften considered the sister series to ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}}'', ''Lost Universe'' '''''Lost Universe''''' is Hajime Kanzaka's take on the Sci-Fi genre. Following Kane Blueriver, Millie Feria Noturne and Canal Vorfeed, the anime (and novels) explore the trio's job--Trouble Contractors, who anyone can hire to solve their problems. These problems range from getting a witness to a trial on time (and alive) to tracking down stolen tea sets.
29th Dec '15 9:23:39 PM nombretomado
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** Millie looks like she could be [[TheSlayers Amelia's]] {{Elseworld}} counterpart, and Kane is more or less a male version of Lina. [[spoiler: Darkstar in human form is basically Gourry's evil twin. See his picture [[http://kanzaka.wikia.com/wiki/Spreader_of_Darkness#Lost_Universe here]]. They're even voiced by the same voice actor!]]

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** Millie looks like she could be [[TheSlayers [[{{LightNovel/Slayers}} Amelia's]] {{Elseworld}} counterpart, and Kane is more or less a male version of Lina. [[spoiler: Darkstar in human form is basically Gourry's evil twin. See his picture [[http://kanzaka.wikia.com/wiki/Spreader_of_Darkness#Lost_Universe here]]. They're even voiced by the same voice actor!]]
16th Sep '15 12:09:26 PM Willbyr
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Often considered the sister series to {{The Slayers}}, Lost Universe is Hajime Kanzaka's take on the Sci-Fi genre. Following Kane Blueriver, Millie Feria Noturne and Canal Vorfeed, the anime (and novels) explore the trio's job--Trouble Contractors, who anyone can hire to solve their problems. These problems range from getting a witness to a trial on time (and alive) to tracking down stolen tea sets.

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Often considered the sister series to {{The Slayers}}, Lost Universe ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}}'', ''Lost Universe'' is Hajime Kanzaka's take on the Sci-Fi genre. Following Kane Blueriver, Millie Feria Noturne and Canal Vorfeed, the anime (and novels) explore the trio's job--Trouble Contractors, who anyone can hire to solve their problems. These problems range from getting a witness to a trial on time (and alive) to tracking down stolen tea sets.



There's a widely-held {{Fanon}} belief that this series is set in the same universe as Slayers. To pull from [[http://kanzaka.wikia.com/wiki/Lost_Universe the other Wiki]]:

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There's a widely-held {{Fanon}} belief that this series is set in the same universe as Slayers.''Slayers''. To pull from [[http://kanzaka.wikia.com/wiki/Lost_Universe the other Wiki]]:


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23rd Jul '15 8:54:14 PM nombretomado
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* MegumiHayashibara
6th May '15 2:15:10 PM LahmacunKebab
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* BigBad: Albert von Stargazer, leader of the Nightmare syndicate and [[spoiler: Millie's grandfather]].
6th May '15 2:11:38 PM LahmacunKebab
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* [[spoiler:[[LukeIAmYourFather Luke, I'm Your Grandmother's Brother]]]]

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* [[spoiler:[[LukeIAmYourFather Luke, Kane, I'm Your Grandmother's Brother]]]]
6th May '15 2:11:08 PM LahmacunKebab
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* [[spoiler:[[LukeIAmYourFather Luke, I'm Your Grandmother's Brother]]]]



* PlotAllergy: Milly is, for some reason, allergic to men. But she's not allergic to Kane. [[spoiler:Because they are second cousins.]]

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* PlotAllergy: In the manga Milly is, for some reason, allergic to men. But she's not allergic to Kane. [[spoiler:Because they are second cousins.]]
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