History Fridge / Trigun

19th Jan '16 9:38:20 AM Willbyr
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* In {{Trigun}}, this troper was confused when Wolfwood killed the samurai member of the Gung-Ho Guns, he (the samurai) would have helped them, given that because he failed to kill Vash, that he would be killed. After a second watch of the series, this troper realized [[spoiler:That since wolfwood was under the order of Knives to follow Vash, it was probably also in his order to kill failures.]]



* In "{{Trigun}}", when the major antagonist, Legato Bluesummers, is introduced, he tells Vash that he has a bag that contains a lesson from him. A woman then runs into the square and says that her husband is dead. It's heavily implied that Legato has the man's head in the bag. It becomes even more disturbing when you realize he was eating a hot dog out of the same bag. He also fed another hot dog from that very same bag to a little girl. Just where did Legato get those hot dogs?

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* In "{{Trigun}}", when When the major antagonist, Legato Bluesummers, is introduced, he tells Vash that he has a bag that contains a lesson from him. A woman then runs into the square and says that her husband is dead. It's heavily implied that Legato has the man's head in the bag. It becomes even more disturbing when you realize he was eating a hot dog out of the same bag. He also fed another hot dog from that very same bag to a little girl. Just where did Legato get those hot dogs?



** [[EpilepticTrees SPF 1000 sunscreen. Everybody wears superstrong sunscreen because there are two suns. Except those guys because none of them care about dying: Marlon is too drunk to think about it plus his family is dead, B.D.N. does't want to die but doesn't seem to care if he does as long as it's "flashy", and Legato is suicidal. The exception is Wolfwood, but he smokes so he probably doesn't care about cancer.]]

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** [[EpilepticTrees SPF 1000 sunscreen. Everybody wears superstrong sunscreen because there are two suns. Except those guys because none of them care about dying: Marlon is too drunk to think about it plus his family is dead, B.D.N. does't want to die but doesn't seem to care if he does as long as it's "flashy", and Legato is suicidal. The exception is Wolfwood, but he smokes so he probably doesn't care about cancer.]]]]

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19th Aug '15 4:57:31 PM Beryllium
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** [[EpilepticTrees SPF 1000 sunscreen.]]

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** [[EpilepticTrees SPF 1000 sunscreen. Everybody wears superstrong sunscreen because there are two suns. Except those guys because none of them care about dying: Marlon is too drunk to think about it plus his family is dead, B.D.N. does't want to die but doesn't seem to care if he does as long as it's "flashy", and Legato is suicidal. The exception is Wolfwood, but he smokes so he probably doesn't care about cancer.]]
19th Aug '15 4:50:13 PM Beryllium
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* There's something odd, about the character designs, I mean. In the manga covers, the characters are shown with tanned complexions (which you can chalk it to the fact that they're done on purpose, due the fact it's a desert planet, and thus, they should be tanned. Otherwise, it's to shown them having more vibrant colors). But in the anime, save for a few characters like Nicholas, Frank Marlon, B.D.N, and Legato. Everyone else is really pale, or have normal (i.e. healthy) white skin tone. Shouldn't they have darker skin?

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* There's something odd, about the character designs, I mean. In the manga covers, the characters are shown with tanned complexions (which you can chalk it to the fact that they're done on purpose, due the fact it's a desert planet, and thus, they should be tanned. Otherwise, it's to shown them having more vibrant colors). But in the anime, save for a few characters like Nicholas, Frank Marlon, B.D.N, and Legato. Everyone else is really pale, or have normal (i.e. healthy) white skin tone. Shouldn't they have darker skin?skin?
** [[EpilepticTrees SPF 1000 sunscreen.]]
4th Jun '15 12:10:07 AM WanderingBrowser
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* At the end of the anime, Vash "disables" Knives by shooting him in the joints, bandages his wounds, and starts the long trek to civilisation again, clearly hoping to finally "civilise" his brother. The thing is... Knives is not only a fanatical OmnicidalManiac, he presumably has the same PsychicPowers that Vash's grafted arm gave to Legato. Powers which we see ''on screen'' as being powerful enough to make people kill each other in the most horrific ways. Just what is Knives going to ''do'' when he wakes up, crippled physically, in full possession of his psychic powers and surrounded by innocent human beings?
** Well, if Vash's arm was what gave Legato the mind-control powers, maybe, odd as it seems given they're ''psychic'' powers, the ability comes from having use of one's arms? If that were the case, crippling Knives ''would'' render him at least considerably less harmful.
1st Jun '15 3:12:26 AM tiger86
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* While some of Wolfwood's weirder actions (before he really shows his true colors) can be handwaved as "it's a sci-fi setting, maybe the rituals have changed in the meantime", a hint can be seen in his answer to Milly about his cross being "full of mercy" (as in, full of "quick mercy"--i.e. bullets): the Catholic "Hail Mary" prayer begins "Hail Mary, full of ''grace''"... ~dotchan
* In {{Trigun}}, this troper was confused when Wolfwood killed the samurai member of the Gung-Ho Guns, he (the samurai) would have helped them, given that because he failed to kill Vash, that he would be killed. After a second watch of the series, this troper realized [[spoiler:That since wolfwood was under the order of Knives to follow Vash, it was probably also in his order to kill failures.]] ~FoxyProxy

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* While some of Wolfwood's weirder actions (before he really shows his true colors) can be handwaved as "it's a sci-fi setting, maybe the rituals have changed in the meantime", a hint can be seen in his answer to Milly about his cross being "full of mercy" (as in, full of "quick mercy"--i.e. bullets): the Catholic "Hail Mary" prayer begins "Hail Mary, full of ''grace''"... ~dotchan\n
* In {{Trigun}}, this troper was confused when Wolfwood killed the samurai member of the Gung-Ho Guns, he (the samurai) would have helped them, given that because he failed to kill Vash, that he would be killed. After a second watch of the series, this troper realized [[spoiler:That since wolfwood was under the order of Knives to follow Vash, it was probably also in his order to kill failures.]] ~FoxyProxy
1st Jun '15 3:10:51 AM tiger86
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* At the end of the anime, Vash "disables" Knives by shooting him in the joints, bandages his wounds, and starts the long trek to civilisation again, clearly hoping to finally "civilise" his brother. The thing is... Knives is not only a fanatical OmnicidalManiac, he presumably has the same PsychicPowers that Vash's grafted arm gave to Legato. Powers which we see ''on screen'' as being powerful enough to make people kill each other in the most horrific ways. Just what is Knives going to ''do'' when he wakes up, crippled physically, in full possession of his psychic powers and surrounded by innocent human beings?
** Well, if Vash's arm was what gave Legato the mind-control powers, maybe, odd as it seems given they're ''psychic'' powers, the ability comes from having use of one's arms? If that were the case, crippling Knives ''would'' render him at least considerably less harmful.
19th Oct '14 4:17:38 PM HerrBlitzDiktator
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*** There are also littler native bugs. These seem to constitute an entire native ecology and ''share a hive mind''.

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*** There are also littler native bugs. These seem to constitute an entire native ecology and ''share a hive mind''.mind''.
* There's something odd, about the character designs, I mean. In the manga covers, the characters are shown with tanned complexions (which you can chalk it to the fact that they're done on purpose, due the fact it's a desert planet, and thus, they should be tanned. Otherwise, it's to shown them having more vibrant colors). But in the anime, save for a few characters like Nicholas, Frank Marlon, B.D.N, and Legato. Everyone else is really pale, or have normal (i.e. healthy) white skin tone. Shouldn't they have darker skin?
6th Jun '14 12:25:36 AM tordles
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** Well, if Vash's arm was what gave Legato the mind-control powers, maybe, odd as it seems given they're ''psychic'' powers, the ability comes from having use of one's arms? If that were the case, crippling Knives ''would'' render him at least considerably less harmful.
22nd Apr '14 6:31:44 PM faelostielsugar
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* Wolfwood's much YoungerThanHeLooks, which almost moves into TroublingUnchildlikeBehavior when you consider how utterly world weary he is. ''Nothing'' about him indicates that he's really [[spoiler:[[ChildSoldier in his mid to late teens]]]].
20th Feb '14 10:28:30 PM tordles
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* In the beginning of the story, it seems that Vash is just something of a HandsomeLech who [[CasanovaWannabe has no idea how to behave around women.]] But once you get further in and realize he's really just ObfuscatingStupidity half the time, not to mention him pretending to be asleep just to avoid having sex, it becomes clear that, due to his loner status and shyness about his [[spoiler:grotesquely scarred body]], he's probably perfectly aware of what a deterrent that sort of behavior is to women and is doing it on purpose so they won't become too attached to or genuinely interested in him.
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