History Anime / QueensBlade

11th Jul '16 7:12:09 PM CWC
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Originally a series of one-on-one combat gamebooks based on ''Lost Worlds''. ''Lost Worlds'' let two players duel by exchanging books that represented different characters, with illustrations representing each action you could take. In 2005, Hobby Japan released a remake of the series, but instead of generic fantasy monsters, the characters of ''Queen's Blade'' were all women designed with a more {{ecchi}} slant. And thus the FanService began.

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Originally a series of one-on-one combat gamebooks based on ''Lost Worlds''.''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lost_Worlds_(gamebook) Lost Worlds]]''. ''Lost Worlds'' let two players duel by exchanging books that represented different characters, with illustrations representing each action you could take. In 2005, Hobby Japan released a remake of the series, but instead of generic fantasy monsters, the characters of ''Queen's Blade'' were all women designed with a more {{ecchi}} slant. And thus the FanService began.
22nd Jun '16 2:05:56 PM Willbyr
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* SpiritualSuccessor The ''Spiral Chaos'' games technically are spiritual successors of the Banpresto's Playstation game ''Super Tokusatsu Wars 2001'' which was the first game using the ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars'' engine, but with human-sized characters from the {{Tokusatsu}} genre like KamenRider, {{Kikaider}}, etc. Both games manage to get one in the shape of ''VideoGame/SuperHeroineChronicle''.

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* SpiritualSuccessor The ''Spiral Chaos'' games technically are spiritual successors of the Banpresto's Playstation game ''Super Tokusatsu Wars 2001'' which was the first game using the ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars'' engine, but with human-sized characters from the {{Tokusatsu}} genre like KamenRider, {{Kikaider}}, Series/{{Kikaider}}, etc. Both games manage to get one in the shape of ''VideoGame/SuperHeroineChronicle''.
17th Jun '16 2:14:40 PM AtticusOmundson
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* SequelHook: The ending of the anime version of ''Rebellion'' is an obvious hook for a fourth season. However, due to various behind-the-scenes issues (i.e. Menace's Japanese VA being pretty much unable to ever reprise her role), the studio has put the series on hold for now, instead focusing on adapting the AU series ''Grimoire'' into a series of OVAs.
25th May '16 9:13:36 AM Willbyr
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For shows in similar series, see ''Anime/VariableGeo'', ''KoihimeMusou'' and ''Manga/{{Ikkitousen}}''.

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For shows in similar series, see ''Anime/VariableGeo'', ''KoihimeMusou'' ''VisualNovel/KoihimeMusou'' and ''Manga/{{Ikkitousen}}''.



* RagtagBunchOfMisfits: While this is normally averted in the TV series for obvious reasons (except during the final battles from both seasons), it's played straight in the ''Spiral Chaos'' games: Including the TV series along, we have five princesses (Leina, her sisters, Ymir and Cute, each one with different personality quirks), a thief (Risty), an angel (Nanael), a sword-wealding miko (Tomoe), an half-elf (Nowa) and her instructor, a normal Elf (Alleyne), a Mercenary Elf (Echidna), a big-breasted Monster hunter (Cattleya) and her son (Rana), an assassin (Irma), a dimensional-traveling gunslinger (Alice), a Magical Cook (Maron), a queen (Aldra), a nun (Melpha), a street-fighting {{Ojou}} ([[{{Tekken}} Lili]]), three ninjas (Shizuka, [[VideoGame/FatalFury Mai Shiranui]] and [[LightNovel/DemonKingDaimao Junko Hattori]], make it ''four'' later with the inclusion of [[VideoGame/SoulSeries Taki]], or ''five'' if we also include [[VideoGame/DeadOrAlive Kasumi]]), a MagicalGirl (Ink), a nurse (Kotone-chan) a [[HenshinHero Power Ranger-wannabe]] (Wonder Momo), two humanoid girls with massive power ([[VideoGame/GuiltyGear Dizzy]] and [[VideoGame/BlazBlue Noel Vermillion]]), a jungle girl ([[VideoGame/SamuraiShodown Cham Cham]]), a ninja maid ([[VideoGame/SamuraiShodown Iroha]]), a Medieval dominatrix ([[VideoGame/SoulSeries Ivy]]), two [[GenderFlip Gender Flipped]] Samurai ([[LightNovel/HyakkaRyouranSamuraiGirls Jubei Yagyu and Sanada Yukimura]]), a [[GenderFlip Gender Flipped]] [[RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms Three Kingdoms]] General ([[KoihimeMusou Kan'u/Aisha]]), a girl infused with an evil sword power ([[VideoGame/SoulSeries Pyrrha]]), the reincarnation of the last Tsaritsa of Russia (Katja) and her servant, a pedophile bully (Hana), ... [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and a perverted male Cleric.]] (Jean)

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* RagtagBunchOfMisfits: While this is normally averted in the TV series for obvious reasons (except during the final battles from both seasons), it's played straight in the ''Spiral Chaos'' games: Including the TV series along, we have five princesses (Leina, her sisters, Ymir and Cute, each one with different personality quirks), a thief (Risty), an angel (Nanael), a sword-wealding miko (Tomoe), an half-elf (Nowa) and her instructor, a normal Elf (Alleyne), a Mercenary Elf (Echidna), a big-breasted Monster hunter (Cattleya) and her son (Rana), an assassin (Irma), a dimensional-traveling gunslinger (Alice), a Magical Cook (Maron), a queen (Aldra), a nun (Melpha), a street-fighting {{Ojou}} ([[{{Tekken}} Lili]]), three ninjas (Shizuka, [[VideoGame/FatalFury Mai Shiranui]] and [[LightNovel/DemonKingDaimao Junko Hattori]], make it ''four'' later with the inclusion of [[VideoGame/SoulSeries Taki]], or ''five'' if we also include [[VideoGame/DeadOrAlive Kasumi]]), a MagicalGirl (Ink), a nurse (Kotone-chan) a [[HenshinHero Power Ranger-wannabe]] (Wonder Momo), two humanoid girls with massive power ([[VideoGame/GuiltyGear Dizzy]] and [[VideoGame/BlazBlue Noel Vermillion]]), a jungle girl ([[VideoGame/SamuraiShodown Cham Cham]]), a ninja maid ([[VideoGame/SamuraiShodown Iroha]]), a Medieval dominatrix ([[VideoGame/SoulSeries Ivy]]), two [[GenderFlip Gender Flipped]] Samurai ([[LightNovel/HyakkaRyouranSamuraiGirls Jubei Yagyu and Sanada Yukimura]]), a [[GenderFlip Gender Flipped]] [[RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms Three Kingdoms]] General ([[KoihimeMusou ([[VisualNovel/KoihimeMusou Kan'u/Aisha]]), a girl infused with an evil sword power ([[VideoGame/SoulSeries Pyrrha]]), the reincarnation of the last Tsaritsa of Russia (Katja) and her servant, a pedophile bully (Hana), ... [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and a perverted male Cleric.]] (Jean)
24th May '16 8:01:11 AM Willbyr
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For shows in similar series, see ''Anime/VariableGeo'', ''KoihimeMusou'' and ''{{Ikkitousen}}''.

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For shows in similar series, see ''Anime/VariableGeo'', ''KoihimeMusou'' and ''{{Ikkitousen}}''.
''Manga/{{Ikkitousen}}''.
23rd Mar '16 6:51:04 PM AtticusOmundson
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->''"To the strongest go the spoils. That's the law of this land."''
-->-- '''Risty'''
9th Feb '16 6:11:54 AM luisedgarf
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* CanonImmigrant - The Magical Stones (or at least the one Huit had in her house in the QB Rebellion's anime adaptation) are from the ''Spiral Chaos'' games.

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The Magical Stones (or at least the one Huit had in her house in the QB Rebellion's anime adaptation) are from the ''Spiral Chaos'' games.games.
** Leina uses the Meteo Swing from the aforementioned games against [[spoiler:Seiten]] in the ''Grimoire'' [=OVAs=].
6th Jan '16 9:49:00 PM nombretomado
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* RagtagBunchOfMisfits: While this is normally averted in the TV series for obvious reasons (except during the final battles from both seasons), it's played straight in the ''Spiral Chaos'' games: Including the TV series along, we have five princesses (Leina, her sisters, Ymir and Cute, each one with different personality quirks), a thief (Risty), an angel (Nanael), a sword-wealding miko (Tomoe), an half-elf (Nowa) and her instructor, a normal Elf (Alleyne), a Mercenary Elf (Echidna), a big-breasted Monster hunter (Cattleya) and her son (Rana), an assassin (Irma), a dimensional-traveling gunslinger (Alice), a Magical Cook (Maron), a queen (Aldra), a nun (Melpha), a street-fighting {{Ojou}} ([[{{Tekken}} Lili]]), three ninjas (Shizuka, [[VideoGame/FatalFury Mai Shiranui]] and [[LightNovel/DemonKingDaimao Junko Hattori]], make it ''four'' later with the inclusion of [[SoulSeries Taki]], or ''five'' if we also include [[VideoGame/DeadOrAlive Kasumi]]), a MagicalGirl (Ink), a nurse (Kotone-chan) a [[HenshinHero Power Ranger-wannabe]] (Wonder Momo), two humanoid girls with massive power ([[VideoGame/GuiltyGear Dizzy]] and [[VideoGame/BlazBlue Noel Vermillion]]), a jungle girl ([[VideoGame/SamuraiShodown Cham Cham]]), a ninja maid ([[VideoGame/SamuraiShodown Iroha]]), a Medieval dominatrix ([[SoulSeries Ivy]]), two [[GenderFlip Gender Flipped]] Samurai ([[LightNovel/HyakkaRyouranSamuraiGirls Jubei Yagyu and Sanada Yukimura]]), a [[GenderFlip Gender Flipped]] [[RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms Three Kingdoms]] General ([[KoihimeMusou Kan'u/Aisha]]), a girl infused with an evil sword power ([[SoulSeries Pyrrha]]), the reincarnation of the last Tsaritsa of Russia (Katja) and her servant, a pedophile bully (Hana), ... [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and a perverted male Cleric.]] (Jean)

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* RagtagBunchOfMisfits: While this is normally averted in the TV series for obvious reasons (except during the final battles from both seasons), it's played straight in the ''Spiral Chaos'' games: Including the TV series along, we have five princesses (Leina, her sisters, Ymir and Cute, each one with different personality quirks), a thief (Risty), an angel (Nanael), a sword-wealding miko (Tomoe), an half-elf (Nowa) and her instructor, a normal Elf (Alleyne), a Mercenary Elf (Echidna), a big-breasted Monster hunter (Cattleya) and her son (Rana), an assassin (Irma), a dimensional-traveling gunslinger (Alice), a Magical Cook (Maron), a queen (Aldra), a nun (Melpha), a street-fighting {{Ojou}} ([[{{Tekken}} Lili]]), three ninjas (Shizuka, [[VideoGame/FatalFury Mai Shiranui]] and [[LightNovel/DemonKingDaimao Junko Hattori]], make it ''four'' later with the inclusion of [[SoulSeries [[VideoGame/SoulSeries Taki]], or ''five'' if we also include [[VideoGame/DeadOrAlive Kasumi]]), a MagicalGirl (Ink), a nurse (Kotone-chan) a [[HenshinHero Power Ranger-wannabe]] (Wonder Momo), two humanoid girls with massive power ([[VideoGame/GuiltyGear Dizzy]] and [[VideoGame/BlazBlue Noel Vermillion]]), a jungle girl ([[VideoGame/SamuraiShodown Cham Cham]]), a ninja maid ([[VideoGame/SamuraiShodown Iroha]]), a Medieval dominatrix ([[SoulSeries ([[VideoGame/SoulSeries Ivy]]), two [[GenderFlip Gender Flipped]] Samurai ([[LightNovel/HyakkaRyouranSamuraiGirls Jubei Yagyu and Sanada Yukimura]]), a [[GenderFlip Gender Flipped]] [[RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms Three Kingdoms]] General ([[KoihimeMusou Kan'u/Aisha]]), a girl infused with an evil sword power ([[SoulSeries ([[VideoGame/SoulSeries Pyrrha]]), the reincarnation of the last Tsaritsa of Russia (Katja) and her servant, a pedophile bully (Hana), ... [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and a perverted male Cleric.]] (Jean)
26th Nov '15 4:55:04 PM nombretomado
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* RagtagBunchOfMisfits: While this is normally averted in the TV series for obvious reasons (except during the final battles from both seasons), it's played straight in the ''Spiral Chaos'' games: Including the TV series along, we have five princesses (Leina, her sisters, Ymir and Cute, each one with different personality quirks), a thief (Risty), an angel (Nanael), a sword-wealding miko (Tomoe), an half-elf (Nowa) and her instructor, a normal Elf (Alleyne), a Mercenary Elf (Echidna), a big-breasted Monster hunter (Cattleya) and her son (Rana), an assassin (Irma), a dimensional-traveling gunslinger (Alice), a Magical Cook (Maron), a queen (Aldra), a nun (Melpha), a street-fighting {{Ojou}} ([[{{Tekken}} Lili]]), three ninjas (Shizuka, [[VideoGame/FatalFury Mai Shiranui]] and [[LightNovel/DemonKingDaimao Junko Hattori]], make it ''four'' later with the inclusion of [[SoulSeries Taki]], or ''five'' if we also include [[VideoGame/DeadOrAlive Kasumi]]), a MagicalGirl (Ink), a nurse (Kotone-chan) a [[HenshinHero Power Ranger-wannabe]] (Wonder Momo), two humanoid girls with massive power ([[VideoGame/GuiltyGear Dizzy]] and [[VideoGame/BlazBlue Noel Vermillion]]), a jungle girl ([[SamuraiShodown Cham Cham]]), a ninja maid ([[SamuraiShodown Iroha]]), a Medieval dominatrix ([[SoulSeries Ivy]]), two [[GenderFlip Gender Flipped]] Samurai ([[LightNovel/HyakkaRyouranSamuraiGirls Jubei Yagyu and Sanada Yukimura]]), a [[GenderFlip Gender Flipped]] [[RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms Three Kingdoms]] General ([[KoihimeMusou Kan'u/Aisha]]), a girl infused with an evil sword power ([[SoulSeries Pyrrha]]), the reincarnation of the last Tsaritsa of Russia (Katja) and her servant, a pedophile bully (Hana), ... [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and a perverted male Cleric.]] (Jean)

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* RagtagBunchOfMisfits: While this is normally averted in the TV series for obvious reasons (except during the final battles from both seasons), it's played straight in the ''Spiral Chaos'' games: Including the TV series along, we have five princesses (Leina, her sisters, Ymir and Cute, each one with different personality quirks), a thief (Risty), an angel (Nanael), a sword-wealding miko (Tomoe), an half-elf (Nowa) and her instructor, a normal Elf (Alleyne), a Mercenary Elf (Echidna), a big-breasted Monster hunter (Cattleya) and her son (Rana), an assassin (Irma), a dimensional-traveling gunslinger (Alice), a Magical Cook (Maron), a queen (Aldra), a nun (Melpha), a street-fighting {{Ojou}} ([[{{Tekken}} Lili]]), three ninjas (Shizuka, [[VideoGame/FatalFury Mai Shiranui]] and [[LightNovel/DemonKingDaimao Junko Hattori]], make it ''four'' later with the inclusion of [[SoulSeries Taki]], or ''five'' if we also include [[VideoGame/DeadOrAlive Kasumi]]), a MagicalGirl (Ink), a nurse (Kotone-chan) a [[HenshinHero Power Ranger-wannabe]] (Wonder Momo), two humanoid girls with massive power ([[VideoGame/GuiltyGear Dizzy]] and [[VideoGame/BlazBlue Noel Vermillion]]), a jungle girl ([[SamuraiShodown ([[VideoGame/SamuraiShodown Cham Cham]]), a ninja maid ([[SamuraiShodown ([[VideoGame/SamuraiShodown Iroha]]), a Medieval dominatrix ([[SoulSeries Ivy]]), two [[GenderFlip Gender Flipped]] Samurai ([[LightNovel/HyakkaRyouranSamuraiGirls Jubei Yagyu and Sanada Yukimura]]), a [[GenderFlip Gender Flipped]] [[RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms Three Kingdoms]] General ([[KoihimeMusou Kan'u/Aisha]]), a girl infused with an evil sword power ([[SoulSeries Pyrrha]]), the reincarnation of the last Tsaritsa of Russia (Katja) and her servant, a pedophile bully (Hana), ... [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and a perverted male Cleric.]] (Jean)
30th Oct '15 4:49:01 PM FF32
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* SchizoTech[=/=]MagiTech: Despite the Fantastic setting, normal people can watch the battles of the tournament using magical crystal balls floating in the sky, who are the Fantasy version of a [[Franks2000InchTV widescreen giant TV normally used for watching sport events for free in the street in real life]]. (In the gamebook continuity, the same ones appears, but they are smaller and used in pubs, just like a flat-screen HD TV in a bar in real life)

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* SchizoTech[=/=]MagiTech: SchizoTech[=/=]{{Magitek}}: Despite the Fantastic setting, normal people can watch the battles of the tournament using magical crystal balls floating in the sky, who are the Fantasy version of a [[Franks2000InchTV widescreen giant TV normally used for watching sport events for free in the street in real life]]. (In the gamebook continuity, the same ones appears, but they are smaller and used in pubs, just like a flat-screen HD TV in a bar in real life)
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