History Anime / SpaceBattleshipYamato2199

26th Jan '16 9:49:28 PM frogpatrol
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* AdaptationDistillation: Some plot points are modified to address FridgeLogic issues in the original version. For instance, Iscandar made contact with Earth a year before the series began, and the ''Yamato'' was built based on their offer. Sasha was sent with a key piece of ImportedAlienPhlebotinum needed for the Wave Motion Engine - and the Battle of Pluto at the beginning was deliberately staged as a diversion to cover her arrival.
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* AdaptationDistillation: Some plot points are modified to address FridgeLogic issues in the original version. For instance, Iscandar made contact with Earth a year before the series began, and the ''Yamato'' was built based on their offer. Sasha was sent with a key piece of ImportedAlienPhlebotinum needed for the Wave Motion Engine - and the Battle of Pluto at the beginning was deliberately staged as a diversion to cover her arrival.
11th Jan '16 10:39:00 AM Winter
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* HandOnWomb: Starsha is seen saying farewell to the ''Yamato'' with her hands on her abdomen and reminiscing about Mamoru. This is the main reason fans think she's carrying Mamoru's child.
7th Jan '16 1:01:45 PM nombretomado
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For American and some Western viewers viewers, Yamato (via its edited version Starblazers) would be their GatewaySeries into anime.
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For American and some Western viewers viewers, Yamato (via its edited version Starblazers) ''Starblazers'') would be their GatewaySeries into anime.

** The ''Ark of the Stars'' movie re-introduces a series staple used by the Comet Empire: the Firestorm Direct Strike Cannon (aka the Magna Flame Gun in ''StarBlazers''). Which warps a red-hot stream of ''fire'' close to its target.
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** The ''Ark of the Stars'' movie re-introduces a series staple used by the Comet Empire: the Firestorm Direct Strike Cannon (aka the Magna Flame Gun in ''StarBlazers'').''Anime/StarBlazers''). Which warps a red-hot stream of ''fire'' close to its target.
2nd Dec '15 6:14:50 PM superkeijikun
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** [[spoiler:The Automatic Navigation system, as well: although she wasn't dead, Yurisha Iscandar was comatose when she was made the core of the system, which used her memories to plot the course to Iscandar, since the schematics she was sent with didn't contain the planet's exact location.]]
28th Nov '15 10:35:10 AM superkeijikun
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* ASharedSuffering: Both Susumu and Akira lost their family to the war with the Garmillans: Susumu's family died from planetary bombs, and he lost his brother during Operation M; while Akira's parents died during the Garmillans' attack on Mars, and her brother was a fighter pilot who was shot down.
26th Nov '15 4:52:31 PM superkeijikun
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* DyingMomentOfAwesome: [[spoiler:Okita's death in the finale. After the premature activation of the Cosmo Reverser by Mamoru's soul to save Yuki places the future of the Earth into question, Okita's passing allows his soul to reactivate the Reverser and save the Earth.]]
25th Nov '15 8:14:09 PM superkeijikun
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* CallBack: In the first episode, while Mori is explaining the history of Earth's war with Garmillas to a group of children, she theorizes that Garmillas is bombarding the Earth in order to terraform its environment to be more suitable for their colonization. This was the reason Garmillas bombarded the Earth in [[Anime/SpaceBattleshipYamato the original series]].
21st Nov '15 11:33:36 PM superkeijikun
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* WhatMeasureIsANonHuman: "A Clockwork Prisoner" explores this at length: when a Garmillan android that had been captured by the ''Yamato'' crew begins to exhibit some sentience in its pursuit of the vessel's "goddess", Sanada and Itou debate about whether the android is a living being. Sanada states that there's little difference between the human brain and the android's artificial intelligence, and when Itou sarcastically asks Sanada if he thinks the android has a heart, Sanada straight-up questions if ''[[SmugSnake Itou]]'' has a heart.
4th Nov '15 12:04:42 PM FF32
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* ManipulativeBastard: [[spoiler: [[{{TheBigBad}} Dessler.]] His penultimate plan to unite Iscandar and Gammilas involves destroying his capital city.]] [[{{SarcasmMode}} Smooth,]] [[spoiler: Dessler,]] [[{{SarcasmMode}} smooth.]]
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* ManipulativeBastard: [[spoiler: [[{{TheBigBad}} [[BigBad Dessler.]] His penultimate plan to unite Iscandar and Gammilas involves destroying his capital city.]] [[{{SarcasmMode}} Smooth,]] [[spoiler: Dessler,]] [[{{SarcasmMode}} smooth.]]
8th Oct '15 5:44:31 PM MattStriker
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* DoubleTake: Kodai gets a textbook example when he's about to launch on a recon flight. He checks his instruments, then Yurisha ([[OffscreenTeleportation who is suddenly sitting next to him in the co-pilot's seat]]) asks him a question. He turns her way briefly, appearing to consider her question, then goes back to his instrument panel, only to finally realize what he just saw one {{beat}} later.

* DyingRace: The Jirellians. [[spoiler:While the TV airing would make you think that they'd gone extinct, what with the two remaining members dying and all, the ''Ark of the Stars'' movie reveals that a small population still exists, having survived the annihilation of their planet because they so happened to be on pilgrimage to the Shambleau.]]

* DyingRace: The Jirellians. [[spoiler:While the TV airing would make you think that they'd gone extinct, what with the two remaining members dying and all, the ''Ark of the Stars'' movie reveals that a small population still exists, having survived the annihilation of their planet because they so happened to be on pilgrimage to the Shambleau.]]
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