History Anime / OriginSpiritsOfThePast

8th Dec '17 4:19:55 PM gjjones
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* WhamLine: How [[spoiler:Jessica finds out Shunack's true colors]].
-->[[spoiler:'''Shunack''']]: What's inside belongs to those of us from the past. It's not for your eyes.
-->'''Jessica''': [[TranquilFury You intend to betray the Ragna Army]].
-->[[spoiler:'''Shunack''']]: As though there were anything you could do to stop me. ''[he and Toola walk through the portal]'' We'll not meet again.
-->'''Jessica''': ''[the door closes]'' Colonel! So, we ''finally'' see your true colors.

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* WhamLine: How [[spoiler:Jessica finds out Shunack's true colors]].
-->[[spoiler:'''Shunack''']]: What's inside belongs
Jessica realizes that Shunack intends to those of us from the past. It's not for your eyes.
-->'''Jessica''': [[TranquilFury You intend to betray
[[spoiler:betray the Ragna Army]].
-->[[spoiler:'''Shunack''']]: As though there were anything you could do to stop me. ''[he and
army]] as he enters the volcano with Toola walk through the portal]'' We'll not meet again.
-->'''Jessica''': ''[the door closes]'' Colonel! So, we ''finally'' see your
to accomplish his true colors.motives.



* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: Towards the end of the film, Shunack [[spoiler:abandons Jessica and the Ragna army as part of his evil plans]].

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* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: Towards the end of the film, Shunack [[spoiler:abandons Jessica abandons [[spoiler:Jessica and the Ragna army army]] as part of his evil plans]].plans.
3rd Dec '17 2:12:29 AM gjjones
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* FamilyUnfriendlyDeath: During the FinalBattle in E.S.T.O.C., [[spoiler:Agito traps Shunack in his own tree with his forest powers. Tree branches grow out of Shunack's hands in the process]].


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* InkSuitActor: Agito and Toola bear striking resemblances to their Japanese voice actors.
17th Nov '17 6:13:11 AM RagingHigher
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* AudienceSurrogate: Toola and Schunack are the only characters from the past, and thus have much more in common with real life viewers than other characters. Their bafflement, sorrow, disgust etc. for the setting is likely to be what audience reaction would be. Agreement with the later, even though he is the BigBad, is intended so one can see how, in this hypothetical situation, he can be mistaken.
17th Nov '17 6:11:42 AM RagingHigher
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* ScienceIsBad: While this seems to be the case, given what happened in the film's backstory, it is not really the case at all.
** [[spoiler:Genetic tampering led to plants destroying the world but this was due to one person's impatience in overstimulating the genes involved.]]
** [[spoiler: Science led to the creation of a volcanic superweapon but the danger of this weapon is acknowledged by its creator, which is why he put in so many safeguards to prevent its misuse.]]
** [[spoiler: Toola discarding her future necklace phone at the end is portrayed as a good thing because it is symbolic of her letting go of her past and embracing her new life. The fact that the necklace is high-tech is incidental.]]
** [[spoiler: The wise plants are indicated to be good, and they are the product of science too.]]
** Furthermore, any "technology is bad" message is undermined by the fact that Neutral City citizens are reliant on mining equipment and use old world supplies and Ragna can only survive in the desert thanks to water-extraction technology.
14th Nov '17 8:26:48 PM gjjones
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-->'''Jessica''': ''[the door closes]'' Come back! So, we ''finally'' see your true colors.

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-->'''Jessica''': ''[the door closes]'' Come back! Colonel! So, we ''finally'' see your true colors.
21st Sep '17 12:11:36 PM rufusluciusivan
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* GreyAndGrayMorality: The conflict between Ragna and the Forest ultimately turns out to be this. Ragna is a seemingly anti-environmental ruthless empire, but they first-and-foremost only want to live independantly from the Forest and avert the AlwaysChaoticEvil trope. On the other hand, the altered "eco-system" of the Earth is a sentient, animalistic, mass-murdering, force of literal nature that demands that its protectors be turned into trees. However, it's still capable to coexist with humans. It is explained by Yolda to Toola that Neutral City is meant to be both a "bridge and a barrier" between the two extremes.

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* GreyAndGrayMorality: The conflict between Ragna and the Forest ultimately turns out to be this. Ragna is a seemingly anti-environmental ruthless empire, but they first-and-foremost only want to live independantly from the Forest and avert the AlwaysChaoticEvil trope. On the other hand, the altered "eco-system" of the Earth is looks like a sentient, animalistic, mass-murdering, force of literal nature that demands that its protectors be turned into trees. However, it's still capable to coexist with humans. It is explained by Yolda to Toola that Neutral City is meant to be both a "bridge and a barrier" between the two extremes.
21st Sep '17 12:01:42 PM rufusluciusivan
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* KickTheDog: Shunack's decision to destroy the Neutral City out of spite along with the Forest shows that, while he may be a WellIntentionedExtremist, he's far more evil the the Forest.

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* KickTheDog: Shunack's decision to destroy the Neutral City out of spite along with the Forest shows that, while he may be a WellIntentionedExtremist, he's far more evil the than the Forest.
21st Sep '17 12:01:14 PM rufusluciusivan
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* KickTheDog: Shunack's decision to destroy the Neutral City out of spite along with the Forest shows that, while he may be a WellIntentionedExtremist, he's far more evil the the Forest.
21st Sep '17 11:54:18 AM rufusluciusivan
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* GreyAndGrayMorality: The conflict between Ragna and the Forest ultimately turns out to be this. Ragna is a seemingly anti-environmental ruthless empire, but they first-and-foremost only want to live independantly from the Forest and avert the AlwaysChaoticEvil trope. On the other hand, the altered "eco-system" of the Earth is a sentient, animalistic, mass-murdering, force of literal nature that demands that its protectors be turned into trees. However, it's still capable to coexist with humans. It is explained by Yolda to Toola that Neutral City is mean to be both a "bridge and a barrier" between the two extremes.

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* GreyAndGrayMorality: The conflict between Ragna and the Forest ultimately turns out to be this. Ragna is a seemingly anti-environmental ruthless empire, but they first-and-foremost only want to live independantly from the Forest and avert the AlwaysChaoticEvil trope. On the other hand, the altered "eco-system" of the Earth is a sentient, animalistic, mass-murdering, force of literal nature that demands that its protectors be turned into trees. However, it's still capable to coexist with humans. It is explained by Yolda to Toola that Neutral City is mean meant to be both a "bridge and a barrier" between the two extremes.
21st Sep '17 11:53:37 AM rufusluciusivan
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* BlackAndGrayMorality: Ragna is a seemingly anti-environmental ruthless empire, but they first-and-foremost only want to live independantly from the Forest and avert the AlwaysChaoticEvil trope. On the other hand, the altered "eco-system" of the Earth is a sentient, animalistic, mass-murdering, force of literal nature that demands that its protectors be turned into trees. It is explained by Yolda to Toola that Neutral City is mean to be both a "bridge and a barrier" between the two extremes.


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* GreyAndGrayMorality: The conflict between Ragna and the Forest ultimately turns out to be this. Ragna is a seemingly anti-environmental ruthless empire, but they first-and-foremost only want to live independantly from the Forest and avert the AlwaysChaoticEvil trope. On the other hand, the altered "eco-system" of the Earth is a sentient, animalistic, mass-murdering, force of literal nature that demands that its protectors be turned into trees. However, it's still capable to coexist with humans. It is explained by Yolda to Toola that Neutral City is mean to be both a "bridge and a barrier" between the two extremes.
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