History Anime / SamuraiChamploo

5th Oct '17 3:53:23 AM xVanitas
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* NotSoDifferent: Jin and Mugen. At first glance, they seem to be as different as night and day. Mugen's [[HotBlooded incredibly brash]] and [[BloodKnight always itching for a fight]], while Jin's [[TheStoic calm and composed]] and [[KnightInSourArmor an honourable warrior]]. Their colour schemes and general attitude [[RedOniBlueOni also reflect this]]. However, the two are a lot like each other than they'd like to admit, right down to both being morally ambiguous drifters and [[MasterSwordsman excellent swordsmen]]. Mugen claims to be a loner and hates everyone, but he already shows some heroic tendencies and concern for Fuu by the second episode. Meanwhile, Jin is actually rather cold, irritable, and even arrogant, especially in regards to Mugen. Both Mugen and Jin also enjoy the company of prostitutes (though Mugen enjoys them more so), both love to fight, and both [[{{Determinator}} never back down from a challenge]]. At the end of Fuu's quest, they both grow to become better people.

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* NotSoDifferent: Jin Mugen and Mugen.Jin. At first glance, they seem to be as different as night and day. Mugen's [[HotBlooded incredibly brash]] and [[BloodKnight always itching for a fight]], while Jin's [[TheStoic calm and composed]] and [[KnightInSourArmor an honourable warrior]]. Their colour schemes and general attitude [[RedOniBlueOni also reflect this]]. However, the two are a lot like each other than they'd like to admit, right down to both being morally ambiguous drifters and [[MasterSwordsman excellent swordsmen]]. Mugen claims to be a loner and hates everyone, but he already shows some heroic tendencies and concern for Fuu by the second episode. Meanwhile, Jin is actually rather cold, irritable, and even arrogant, especially in regards to Mugen. Both Mugen and Jin also enjoy the company of prostitutes (though Mugen enjoys them more so), both love to fight, and both [[{{Determinator}} never back down from a challenge]]. At the end of Fuu's quest, they both grow to become better people.
5th Oct '17 3:51:50 AM xVanitas
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* NotSoDifferent: Jin and Mugen, who are both morally ambiguous drifters. Although at first glance, Jin appears to be the [[TheHero Standard Good Guy]] and Mugen appears to be the TokenEvilTeammate. The series quickly establishes that Jin is also cold, irritable, and arrogant (especially in regards to Mugen) despite his noble bearing and fine words, while by the second episode, Mugen is already showing some heroic tendencies and concern for Fuu despite his claims of being a loner and hating everyone. Additionally, both Mugen and Jin (to some extent) enjoy the company of prostitutes, both love to fight and never back down from a challenge, and both become better people as a result of Fuu's quest.

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* NotSoDifferent: Jin and Mugen, who Mugen. At first glance, they seem to be as different as night and day. Mugen's [[HotBlooded incredibly brash]] and [[BloodKnight always itching for a fight]], while Jin's [[TheStoic calm and composed]] and [[KnightInSourArmor an honourable warrior]]. Their colour schemes and general attitude [[RedOniBlueOni also reflect this]]. However, the two are a lot like each other than they'd like to admit, right down to both being morally ambiguous drifters. Although at first glance, Jin appears drifters and [[MasterSwordsman excellent swordsmen]]. Mugen claims to be the [[TheHero Standard Good Guy]] a loner and Mugen appears to be the TokenEvilTeammate. The series quickly establishes that Jin is also cold, irritable, and arrogant (especially in regards to Mugen) despite his noble bearing and fine words, while by the second episode, Mugen is hates everyone, but he already showing shows some heroic tendencies and concern for Fuu despite his claims of being a loner by the second episode. Meanwhile, Jin is actually rather cold, irritable, and hating everyone. Additionally, both even arrogant, especially in regards to Mugen. Both Mugen and Jin (to some extent) also enjoy the company of prostitutes, prostitutes (though Mugen enjoys them more so), both love to fight fight, and both [[{{Determinator}} never back down from a challenge, and challenge]]. At the end of Fuu's quest, they both grow to become better people as a result of Fuu's quest.people.
31st Aug '17 3:57:19 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* JidaiGeki

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* JidaiGekiJidaiGeki: A notably subversive take on the genre; besides the deliberate anachronisms, much of the cast are people from the fringes of Edo-era society who are typically wholly absent in Jidai Geki.
5th Jul '17 3:40:03 AM DRCEQ
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* BoringInvincibleHero: Mugen and Jin rarely go up against a worthy opponent. Even the more highly skilled enemies they face tend to go down in seconds.
5th Jul '17 12:05:03 AM Ohio9
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* BoringInvincibleHero: Mugen and Jin rarely go up against a worthy opponent. Even the more highly skilled enemies they face tend to go down in seconds.
4th Jul '17 6:34:23 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* HistoricalVillainUpgrade: Needless to say, the real Alexander Cartwright and Abner Doubleday weren't nearly as unlikeable as they're portrayed in episode 23.
4th Jul '17 6:14:02 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* BaseballEpisode: NINJA BASEBALL!



* BaseballEpisode: NINJA BASEBALL!
2nd Jun '17 3:25:02 PM Seraphine
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* RecycledScript: Episode 7, in which a sympathetic thief befriends a main character, then [[spoiler:is killed trying to steal for a sick relative]], is closely following the plot of [[Recap/CowboyBebopSession8WaltzForVenus an earlier]] ''Cowboy Bebop'' episode.



* WilliamTelling: Our three adventurers are (as usual) broke, so raise money with a demonstration of their swordplay. Mugen and Jin are blindfolded and have to cut two fruits balanced one-on-top-of-the-other upon a nervous Fuu's head. It doesn't help that Mugen and Jin are visibly hung-over from last night's debauchery.

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* WilliamTelling: Our three adventurers are (as usual) broke, so they try to raise money with a demonstration of their swordplay. Mugen and Jin are blindfolded and have to cut two fruits balanced one-on-top-of-the-other upon a nervous Fuu's head. It doesn't help that Mugen and Jin are visibly hung-over from last night's debauchery.
31st May '17 7:37:38 AM ShinobiWolf
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** He also takes it a bit too far, later vandalizing everything in reach with his newfound written words (including his friends, their clothing, and their possessions.)
20th Jan '17 1:04:03 AM MisterCPC
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* CruelMercy: Mugen intentionally spares [[spoiler:Kohza]] after [[spoiler:her]] betrayal of him. [[spoiler:She falls to her knees begging him to kill her, but he walks off ignoring her plea.]]
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