History Fridge / EurekaSeven

6th Jul '15 8:34:57 AM MechWarrior
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* In ''Anime/EurekaSeven'', one of the many things in the end that bugged me was "The End" pulling a magical Heal-Face Turn and for some reason changing color. The solution seems so blatantly obvious to me now that this might have been obvious to everyone else from square one, but itís taken me months to realize "The End" is a replica of Nirvash the way Anemone is a replica of Eureka and therefore has the same reality warping powers. I mean, if youíre going to go to the effort to make a copy of the best pilot in the world, it seems a waste not to have the best mech to go with her right? -Col. Schafer

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* In ''Anime/EurekaSeven'', one of the many things in the end that bugged me was "The End" pulling a magical Heal-Face Heel-Face Turn and for some reason changing color. The solution seems so blatantly obvious to me now that this might have been obvious to everyone else from square one, but itís taken me months to realize "The End" is a replica of Nirvash the way Anemone is a replica of Eureka and therefore has the same reality warping powers. I mean, if youíre going to go to the effort to make a copy of the best pilot in the world, it seems a waste not to have the best mech to go with her right? -Col. Schafer
6th Jun '15 4:42:40 PM ShinyTsukkomi
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* In ''EurekaSeven'', one of the many things in the end that bugged me was "The End" pulling a magical Heal-Face Turn and for some reason changing color. The solution seems so blatantly obvious to me now that this might have been obvious to everyone else from square one, but itís taken me months to realize "The End" is a replica of Nirvash the way Anemone is a replica of Eureka and therefore has the same reality warping powers. I mean, if youíre going to go to the effort to make a copy of the best pilot in the world, it seems a waste not to have the best mech to go with her right? -Col. Schafer

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* In ''EurekaSeven'', ''Anime/EurekaSeven'', one of the many things in the end that bugged me was "The End" pulling a magical Heal-Face Turn and for some reason changing color. The solution seems so blatantly obvious to me now that this might have been obvious to everyone else from square one, but itís taken me months to realize "The End" is a replica of Nirvash the way Anemone is a replica of Eureka and therefore has the same reality warping powers. I mean, if youíre going to go to the effort to make a copy of the best pilot in the world, it seems a waste not to have the best mech to go with her right? -Col. Schafer



** ({{Tropers/Pyrite}}) Cross-posted from the WMG page: There were those who hated the movie for its {{Egregious}} use of StockFootage while deviating from the series in others. But considering how a major theme of the ''EurekaSeven'' movie is about "rebirth" and "creating your own story" (e.g. Anemone's subplot, the movie's ending theme being titled "Storywriter"), it can be argued that the movie itself is a {{Subversion}} of the standard ClipShow movie, inviting you to draw parallels with the series:

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** ({{Tropers/Pyrite}}) Cross-posted from the WMG page: There were those who hated the movie for its {{Egregious}} use of StockFootage while deviating from the series in others. But considering how a major theme of the ''EurekaSeven'' ''Anime/EurekaSeven'' movie is about "rebirth" and "creating your own story" (e.g. Anemone's subplot, the movie's ending theme being titled "Storywriter"), it can be argued that the movie itself is a {{Subversion}} of the standard ClipShow movie, inviting you to draw parallels with the series:



* ''EurekaSeven'': At first glance, [[CrazyConsumption Anemone's consumption of jam]] doesn't seem to be a source of nightmares. Using FridgeBrilliance however, one can tell similarities between her jam... [[NightmareFuel and blood.]] This makes perfect sense, since Anemone is a sadistically demented girl for the series. [[spoiler: Until the last few episodes...]]

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* ''EurekaSeven'': ''Anime/EurekaSeven'': At first glance, [[CrazyConsumption Anemone's consumption of jam]] doesn't seem to be a source of nightmares. Using FridgeBrilliance however, one can tell similarities between her jam... [[NightmareFuel and blood.]] This makes perfect sense, since Anemone is a sadistically demented girl for the series. [[spoiler: Until the last few episodes...]]
31st Mar '15 12:13:41 AM gwennie-chan
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* When the Nirvash is upgraded to spec two, the whole body is reworked including the co-pilot system, as the two seats are moved closer to each other. As the Nirvash is an EmpathicWeapon, this is symbolic of Renton and Eureka growing closer togeher.

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** Desperation Disease is caused a person's consciousness being absorbed into the Scub Coral Command Cluster. When it's destroyed in the finale arc, you see people all around the world with the disease are liberated. Compac Drives amplify and influence trapars, which are the thoughts of the Scub Coral, connecting the human consciousness to the collective scub consciousness. Humans, such as LFO pilots, are able to use Compac Drives to use their thoughts and emotions to influence the LFOs they pilot. It only makes sense which consciousness is in control, sometimes humans influence scubs and vice-versa. -GC
* When the Nirvash is upgraded to spec two, the whole body is reworked including the co-pilot system, as the two seats are moved closer to each other. As the Nirvash is an EmpathicWeapon, this is symbolic of Renton and Eureka growing closer togeher.together.
** With Spec Three revealed, there are no longer seats, the entire Nirvash becomes an extension of its pilot's body, making it the ultimate in both physical and empathetic connections. The strength of Renton's emotions contribute directly into the speed and strength of the Nirvash in the finale.
20th Jul '14 6:10:39 PM MegaTank
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* When the Nirvash is upgraded to spec two, the whole body is reworked including the co-pilot system, as the two seats are moved closer to each other. As the Nirvash is an EmpathicWeapon, this is symbolic of Renton and Eureka growing closer togeher.
* Throughout the story Eureka refers to the Nirvash as a "he", but come the last episode it communicates to Renton with a feminine voice. This is probably because the Nirvash sounds different to each of them, as the Nirvash is a part of their relationship to each other.
16th Jan '14 8:42:40 PM mythbuster
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* Why is the treatment for Desperation Disease to turn the patients into Artificial Coralians? Desperation Disease occurs as a result of the patient wishing to know the Coralians more intimately. Turning them into Artificial Coralians grants their wish without requiring them to remain in a catatonic state.
18th Jun '13 8:00:47 AM Xavier1161
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* Renton gets one InUniverse after suddenly realizing that [[WhatMeasureIsAMook all of the enemy robots they had been fighting are nothing short than human beings getting KIA]].

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* Renton gets one InUniverse after suddenly realizing that [[WhatMeasureIsAMook all of the enemy robots they had been fighting are nothing short than of human beings getting KIA]].
9th Mar '13 6:39:56 AM Krashlia
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** everything makes sense by episode 34
9th Mar '13 6:07:15 AM Krashlia
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* In episode 31, Eureka was described as being akin to the Voyager Probe, carrying a message to potential alien intelligences about humanity (Coralians in this case). With this whole deal about Eureka not knowing why shes there, perhaps to not ruin the mission for the Coralians, is to serve as an ambassador of sorts or an open hand... The Coralians noticed the human presence and, despite not coming off as an intelligent species, created Eureka for the two-fold purpose of figuring the humans out and becoming friends with them. Thus her being a "voyager probe" and a blank sheet of paper.
Also, it might being doing what ancient kings have done: Sending their daughter to marry one of their own as an agreement. This wouldn't have worked if Eureka knew why she was there because, much like her past self, it would've been a calculated move and ruined the results of their test.

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* In episode 31, Eureka was described as being akin to the Voyager Probe, carrying a message to potential alien intelligences about humanity (Coralians in this case). With this whole deal about Eureka not knowing why shes there, perhaps to not ruin the mission for the Coralians, is to serve as an ambassador of sorts or an open hand... The Coralians noticed the human presence and, despite not coming off as an intelligent species, created Eureka for the two-fold purpose of figuring the humans out and becoming friends with them. Thus her being a "voyager probe" and a blank sheet of paper.
paper. Also, it might being doing what ancient kings have done: Sending their daughter to marry one of their own as an agreement. This wouldn't have worked if Eureka knew why she was there because, much like her past self, it would've been a calculated move and ruined the results of their test.
9th Mar '13 6:06:51 AM Krashlia
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* In episode 31, Eureka was described as being akin to the Voyager Probe, carrying a message to potential alien intelligences about humanity (Coralians in this case). With this whole deal about Eureka not knowing why shes there, perhaps to not ruin the mission for the Coralians, is to serve as an ambassador of sorts or an open hand... The Coralians noticed the human presence and, despite not coming off as an intelligent species, created Eureka for the two-fold purpose of figuring the humans out and becoming friends with them. Thus her being a "voyager probe" and a blank sheet of paper.
Also, it might being doing what ancient kings have done: Sending their daughter to marry one of their own as an agreement. This wouldn't have worked if Eureka knew why she was there because, much like her past self, it would've been a calculated move and ruined the results of their test.
12th Jan '13 12:19:13 PM DangerArtistNexus60
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* Renton gets one InUniverse after suddenly realizing that [[WhatMeasureIsAMook all of the enemy robots they had been fighting are nothing short than human beings getting KIA]].
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