History Franchise / BlazBlue

23rd Dec '16 7:42:54 PM Getta
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** The Sheol Gate can be described as this, as it contains the entrance to the Boundary, where all knowledge and experience of every person across timelines gather. Technically, however, said gate is just one of the many Cauldrons in the world; all Cauldrons can give you access to the Boundary. Nevertheless, entering Boundary will give you knowledge - oftentimes [[GoMadFromTheRevelation too much for a mind of an average person to handle]].

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** The Sheol Gate can be described as this, as it contains the entrance to the Boundary, where [[AkashicRecords all knowledge and experience of every person across timelines gather. gather.]] Technically, however, said gate is just one of the many Cauldrons in the world; all Cauldrons can give you access to the Boundary. Nevertheless, entering Boundary will give you knowledge - oftentimes [[GoMadFromTheRevelation too much for a mind of an average person to handle]].
22nd Dec '16 4:01:55 PM Getta
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* DivineConflict:
** The story of ''CS'' is basically about Takamagahara, a nigh-omnipotent machine, trying to overtake Master Unit's control of the world, which involves playing with the space-time continuum. It escalates in ''CP'' where the Imperator takes over Takamagahara's controls and Master Unit being forced to do more interventions just to keep the baddies from going too far.
** In ''CF'', the (now former) Imperator now goes with her plan with bringing out Doomsday while Amaterasu has manifested in the world. Caught in the middle is [[spoiler:Noel, who hosts a part of the girl-in-Amaterasu's soul]]. Also, deep into the story, it's revealed that [[spoiler:the reason the Blazblue world come to be is because of Susanoo's own conflict with Amaterasu, specifically with him wanting to see "his sister" suffer and desiring freedom from "her" control.]]
18th Dec '16 6:01:43 AM Getta
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* RewritingReality: "Phenomenon Interventions" are described as such. It works by overwriting current reality with a new one, and can change the state of something from "not existing" to "existing" or vice versa. Only sufficiently powerful beings such as Amaterasu, Takamagahara, Clavis Alucard, Noel/Mu-12 (although she still finds difficulty on controlling it) and [[spoiler:Hades Izanami]] can do it. Beings who are outside the "logic" (such as Valkenhayn) or those who possess the Power of Order (Hakumen, Jin) can resist being "intervened", while there also other kinds of protections against this such as Tsubaki's Zanki Barrier.

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* RewritingReality: "Phenomenon Interventions" are described as such. It works by overwriting current reality with a new one, and can change the state of something from "not existing" to "existing" or vice versa. Only sufficiently powerful beings such as Amaterasu, Takamagahara, Clavis Alucard, Noel/Mu-12 (although she still finds difficulty on controlling it) and [[spoiler:Hades Izanami]] can do it.
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Beings who are outside the "logic" (such as Valkenhayn) or those who possess the Power of Order (Hakumen, Jin) can resist being "intervened", while there also other kinds "intervened".
** A limit on Phenomenon Interventions is that it only lets the performer choose between sets
of protections against this such existing possibilities, not making new ones. And cases where the "ideal outcome" is not a possibility happens quite a number of times. Observations (including self-ones), especially, are a way of countering it, as Tsubaki's Zanki Barrier. powerful enough observers will make an event "fixed", unable to be intervened in any way; Black Beast for one is described as a "self-observing weapon", which is among the reasons why Amaterasu could only loop the timeline back to when the Black Beast first appeared; i.e the Unit cannot change the fact that Black Beast manifested itself at that time and then wrecked havoc for around 10 years. Another example is the Sealed Weapon Izayoi, that can deploy the "Zanki Barrier", a powerful field that will observe everything happened within and thus, said events are unable to be intervened.
13th Dec '16 11:32:07 AM Eryops
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* ''Blazblue'', a new manga adaptation of both Calamity Trigger and Continuum Shift.

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* ''Blazblue'', a new and improved two volume manga adaptation of both Calamity Trigger and Continuum Shift.Trigger.
11th Dec '16 5:03:24 PM Doug86
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* SignificantDoubleCasting: the VAs for Hakumen and Nu-13 are replaced with question marks in the credits. It isn't until the True End that it's revealed that [[spoiler:Jin and Hakumen share the same VA's by being the same person, and that Noel and Nu share VA's by being clones of the same person.]]

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* SignificantDoubleCasting: the VAs [=VAs=] for Hakumen and Nu-13 are replaced with question marks in the credits. It isn't until the True End that it's revealed that [[spoiler:Jin and Hakumen share the same VA's by being the same person, and that Noel and Nu share VA's by being clones of the same person.]]
29th Nov '16 7:05:57 PM Getta
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* ShortRangeGuyLongRangeGuy:
** Noel the gun-slinging girl are close with lots of short-ranged friends: Ragna, Makoto, Tsubaki & Kagura, as well as her superior Jin.
** The sword-throwing Murakumo Units are all close with the short-range brawler Ragna.
** Rachel the zoner is associated with either Ragna or her butler Valkenhayn.
** There's also Kokonoe, another zoner, and Tager, her big smashing assistant.
28th Nov '16 1:12:53 PM Getta
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* FourPhilosophyEnsemble: Amongst the heroes:
** The Optimist: Makoto, Celica, Tsubaki (becomes a Realist later on) \\
The Cynic: Jin (becomes a Realist later on), Kokonoe \\
The Realist: Rachel, Kagura, Hibiki \\
The Apathetic: Ragna (becomes a Realist later on) \\
The Conflicted: Noel (for the most part), Tager (at least regarding his past and being Kokonoe's assistant)
** Also among the Six Heroes: Jubei is optimistic, Nine is cynical, Hakumen and Valkenhayn are the realists, Terumi is apathetic (because he's brainwashed into it), Trinity is conflicted.
22nd Nov '16 6:22:24 AM Getta
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** The Hierarchical Cities are named after deities in Japanese myth. Like Ibukido (after Ibukido Nushi, meaning "breath-blowing lord") and Kagutsuchi (after Hi-no-Kagutsuchi, the god of fire).
20th Nov '16 7:42:08 PM Getta
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* AmazingTechnicolorBattlefield: A few of them, such as the Eclipse Field (aka Sealed Space) in ''CP'' and BLUE in ''CF''. Both are part of major story events: [[spoiler:The former is a field where Kokonoe trapped Tsubaki with Noel, Jin and Makoto inside so the three could safely try to stave off Tsubaki's MindControl by the Imperator without any interference. Said stage has a blue background, covered in flashing hexagons, including the floor. The latter is where Ragna fights Terumi for the last time; it takes place in the Boundary right next to the True Azure (hence BLUE), and as such it has a black background with a shining blue sphere and a black hole-like effect in the middle.]]
13th Nov '16 9:53:49 PM BlackYakuzu94
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* BigBadShuffle: ''Continuum Shift'' establishes Yuuki Terumi/Hazama as the main villain and he's the primary instigator of the whole plot at that point. Then the end of the game reveals that him and his partner-in-crime Relius Clover were working for [[spoiler: Izanami, the goddess of death possessing the body of Ragna and Jin's sister Saya,]] whom assumes the BigBad position from those two from then on. Then in the fourth game, Phantom [[spoiler: aka Nine of the Six Heroes]] makes her plans known. In the end though, the final villain ends up being [[spoiler: Terumi, more specifically, his true identity as Susanoo.]]

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* BigBadShuffle: TheBigBadShuffle: ''Continuum Shift'' establishes Yuuki Terumi/Hazama as the main villain and he's the primary instigator of the whole plot at that point. Then the end of the game reveals that him and his partner-in-crime Relius Clover were working for [[spoiler: Izanami, the goddess of death possessing the body of Ragna and Jin's sister Saya,]] whom assumes the BigBad position from those two from then on. Then in the fourth game, Phantom [[spoiler: aka Nine of the Six Heroes]] makes her plans known. In the end though, the final villain ends up being [[spoiler: Terumi, more specifically, his true identity as Susanoo.]]
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