History Franchise / WhenTheyCry

16th Nov '16 11:32:58 PM jormis29
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In 2016 started ''Hotarubi no Tomoru Koro ni'', a manga drawn by Koike Nokuto and published in the new magazine ''Monthly Action''. It stars ''Higurashi'''s character Takano as a protagonist.

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In 2016 started ''Hotarubi no Tomoru Koro ni'', ''Manga/HotarubiNoTomoruKoroNi'', a manga drawn by Koike Nokuto and published in the new magazine ''Monthly Action''. It stars ''Higurashi'''s character Takano as a protagonist.
24th Oct '16 1:14:16 AM ProfessorDetective
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** ''Twilight of the golden witch''. The "Battler Arc." The final arc, in which Battler and Beatrice create a special last game in order to help Ange reach the truth. Features the return of virtually the whole Cast Herd, the first appearance of six-year-old Ange, yet another new text color, and Multiple Endings.

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** ''Twilight of the golden witch''. The "Battler Arc." The final arc, in which Battler and Beatrice create a special last game in order to help Ange reach the truth. Features the return of virtually the whole Cast Herd, CastHerd, the first appearance of six-year-old Ange, yet another new text color, and Multiple Endings.
24th Oct '16 12:59:09 AM ProfessorDetective
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** ''Himatsubushi-hen'' (暇潰し編, "Time Killing Arc"). The "Akasaka Arc". A flashback arc. Police investigator Mamoru Akasaka relates the events of a kidnapping five years ago in Hinamizawa, and the mysterious actions of Rika Furude.

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** ''Himatsubushi-hen'' (暇潰し編, "Time Killing Arc"). The "Akasaka Arc". A flashback arc. Police investigator Mamoru Akasaka relates the events of a kidnapping five years ago in Hinamizawa, Hinamizawa and the mysterious actions of Rika Furude.



*** "Reunion" (サイカイ). An anime-only episode, set years after ''Tsumihoroboshi-hen''. This raises many new theories about the Hinamizawa Disaster, only one of which is correct. Similar to a certain TIP in the Visual Novel.

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*** "Reunion" (サイカイ). An anime-only episode, episode set years after ''Tsumihoroboshi-hen''. This raises many new theories about the Hinamizawa Disaster, only one of which is correct. Similar to a certain TIP in the Visual Novel.



** ''Saikoroshi-hen'' (賽殺し編, "Dice Killing Arc"). The epilogue. Rika falls into a coma and wakes up in a Wonderful Life scenario, only instead of wishing herself out, she's wished out the Dysfunction Junction of the cast. What didn't kill them, though, once removed, appears to have made them horrible, miserable, selfish people.

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** ''Saikoroshi-hen'' (賽殺し編, "Dice Killing Arc"). The epilogue. Rika falls into a coma and wakes up in a Wonderful Life scenario, only instead of wishing herself out, she's wished out the Dysfunction Junction DysfunctionJunction of the cast. What didn't kill them, though, once removed, appears to have made them horrible, miserable, selfish people.



* '''Umineko no Naku Koro ni Tsubasa''' (''When The Seagulls Cry: Wings''). A fandisc containing extra short stories (TIPS), released alongside ''Twilight''.
** '''Umineko no Naku Koro ni Hane''' (''When the Seagulls Cry: Feathers''). A fandisc containing two TIPS that were not in ''Tsubasa'', released alongside ''Ougon Musoukyoku Cross''

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* '''Umineko no Naku Koro ni Tsubasa''' (''When The Seagulls Cry: Wings''). A fandisc fan disc containing extra short stories (TIPS), released alongside ''Twilight''.
** '''Umineko no Naku Koro ni Hane''' (''When the Seagulls Cry: Feathers''). A fandisc fan disc containing two TIPS that were not in ''Tsubasa'', released alongside ''Ougon Musoukyoku Cross''



* SwitchedAtBirth: In Umineko [[spoiler:Rudolf somehow swiched the children of his wife Asumu (who was stillborn) and of his mistress and current wife Kyrie (who gave birth to Battler), making it look like Battler was Asumu's child.]] In Higurashi, it's not exactly a case of switch at birth, but rather of a TwinSwitch gone wrong [[spoiler:Shion took the place of her sister for a special event and received the Oni tatoo by mistake, forcing her to become Mion for the rest of her life.]]

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* SwitchedAtBirth: In Umineko [[spoiler:Rudolf somehow swiched switched the children of his wife Asumu (who was stillborn) and of his mistress and current wife Kyrie (who gave birth to Battler), making it look like Battler was Asumu's child.]] In Higurashi, it's not exactly a case of switch at birth, but rather of a TwinSwitch gone wrong [[spoiler:Shion took the place of her sister for a special event and received the Oni tatoo tattoo by mistake, forcing her to become Mion for the rest of her life.]]
5th Oct '16 7:24:19 PM SurroundedByPerverts
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In 2016 started ''Hotarubi no Tomoru Koro ni'', a manga drawn by Koike Nokuto and published in the new magazine ''Monthly Action''. It stars Higurashi's character Takano as a protagonist.

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In 2016 started ''Hotarubi no Tomoru Koro ni'', a manga drawn by Koike Nokuto and published in the new magazine ''Monthly Action''. It stars Higurashi's ''Higurashi'''s character Takano as a protagonist.
17th Jul '16 10:54:45 AM AlienPatch
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He wanted to scare them.

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[[SurpriseCreepy He wanted to scare them.
them.]]
17th Jul '16 10:40:46 AM AlienPatch
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5th Jun '16 11:11:33 AM nombretomado
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* MultipleEndings: In Umineko, you are given the choice between a "trick" ending and a "magic" ending at the very end. In Higurashi, this may be the case if you consider ''Matsuribayashi'' (the original ending) and ''Miotsukushi'' (the PS2 ending) to be equally valid.

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* MultipleEndings: In Umineko, you are given the choice between a "trick" ending and a "magic" ending at the very end. In Higurashi, this may be the case if you consider ''Matsuribayashi'' (the original ending) and ''Miotsukushi'' (the PS2 [=PS2=] ending) to be equally valid.
23rd May '16 6:35:57 AM sorako
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For examples and series-specific notes, please see ''VisualNovel/HigurashiWhenTheyCry'' and ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry''. Also see ''Manga/HiganbanaNoSakuYoruNi'', a manga/visual novel penned by Ryukishi07, and ''VisualNovel/RoseGunsDays'', a visual novel by 07th Expansion, neither of which are related to the main series games.

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For examples and series-specific notes, please see ''VisualNovel/HigurashiWhenTheyCry'' and ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry''. Also see ''Manga/HiganbanaNoSakuYoruNi'', a manga/visual novel penned by Ryukishi07, [=Ryukishi07=], and ''VisualNovel/RoseGunsDays'', a visual novel by 07th Expansion, neither of which are related to the main series games.
23rd May '16 6:34:13 AM sorako
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** In Umineko, anything the main character sees with his own eyes, (as in, is narrated in first person) is the gospel truth. Anything presented with red text is the gospel truth. Anything that does not fall into one of those two categories may or may not be true, and in fact may not even be such than the statement "That scene really happened that way" is true ''or'' false.
** In Higurashi this is used a lot in the question arcs, simply put, in any of the first 3 novels, from the point where it begins to get weird or scary, it means the main character is hallucinating, being fooled, or anything of the like.

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** In Umineko, ''Umineko'', anything the main character sees with his own eyes, (as in, is narrated in first person) is the gospel truth. Anything presented with red text is the gospel truth. Anything that does not fall into one of those two categories may or may not be true, and in fact may not even be such than the statement "That scene really happened that way" is true ''or'' false.
** In Higurashi ''Higurashi'' this is used a lot in the question arcs, simply put, in any of the first 3 novels, from the point where it begins to get weird or scary, it means the main character is hallucinating, being fooled, or anything of the like.
20th May '16 8:58:06 AM XFllo
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** Okonogi is... Okonogi, though it's unclear whether or not they are one and the same.
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** Featherine, who is made to [[TrollingCreator make the readers wrack their brains]] over a (probably non-existent) connection with Hanyū.

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** Featherine, who is made to [[TrollingCreator make the readers wrack their brains]] brains over a (probably non-existent) connection with Hanyū.Hanyū.
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