History Headscratchers / ArpeggioOfBlueSteel

19th Jan '14 6:30:56 PM K9Thefirst1
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** Correlation does not equal causation. The very presence of ''Yukikaze'' and ''Hyuga'' disproves the reanimated sunken hulk theory, '''''which has never been explicitly stated in the manga.''''' The anime, at any rate, does not appear to follow this '''theory''', given the presence of '''twenty nine''' ''Nagara''-class light cruisers (only '''six''' were built in reality) and a Fleet of Fog ''Iowa''-class fast battleship (all four ''Iowa-''class battleships were never sunk and are serving as museum ships).

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** Correlation does not equal causation. The very presence of ''Yukikaze'' and ''Hyuga'' disproves the reanimated sunken hulk theory, hypothesis, '''''which has never been explicitly stated in the manga.''''' The anime, at any rate, does not appear to follow this '''theory''', '''hypothesis''', given the presence of '''twenty nine''' ''Nagara''-class light cruisers (only '''six''' were built in reality) and a Fleet of Fog ''Iowa''-class fast battleship (all four ''Iowa-''class battleships were never sunk and are serving as museum ships).
20th Dec '13 3:40:08 AM WildGoose
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** '''''Hyuuga''''' was also broken for scrap in 1946, although she does spend almost a year as a derelict ship (she ran aground on shallow water) thus not fully out of precedent.

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** '''''Hyuuga''''' was also broken for scrap in 1946, although she does spend almost a year as a derelict ship (she ran aground on shallow water) thus not fully out of precedent.precedent.
** Correlation does not equal causation. The very presence of ''Yukikaze'' and ''Hyuga'' disproves the reanimated sunken hulk theory, '''''which has never been explicitly stated in the manga.''''' The anime, at any rate, does not appear to follow this '''theory''', given the presence of '''twenty nine''' ''Nagara''-class light cruisers (only '''six''' were built in reality) and a Fleet of Fog ''Iowa''-class fast battleship (all four ''Iowa-''class battleships were never sunk and are serving as museum ships).
12th Dec '13 8:03:48 AM Toshiaki
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* The presence of Yukikaze in the manga. The precedent so far is that the Fleet of Fog will need the sunken hulk of a particular ship as either templates of reconstruction (the whole body is nanomaterial) or 'corpses' to reanimate (the body is part original, with nanomaterials repairing/patching existing damage, altering the 'chassis' for incorporating new features, and making it work). Yukikaze was given to the Republic of China after [=WW2=] (Chiang Kai-shek was reputedly quite fond of her and she became the unofficial Navy One in ROC navy), renamed into ''Tang Yan'', and served until the late sixties before being scrapped in 1970. This means the current Fleet of Fog Yukikaze ''should not have existed'' as there was nothing left but schematics (if any). Of course, the series might just handwave this as AlternateHistory at work.
** '''''Hyuuga''''' was also broken for scrap in 1946.

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* The presence of Yukikaze in the manga. The precedent so far is that the Fleet of Fog will need the sunken hulk of a particular ship as either templates of reconstruction (the whole body is nanomaterial) or 'corpses' to reanimate (the body is part original, with nanomaterials repairing/patching existing damage, altering the 'chassis' for incorporating new features, and making it work). Yukikaze was given to the Republic of China after [=WW2=] (Chiang Kai-shek was reputedly quite fond of her and she became the unofficial Navy One in ROC navy), [=WW2=], renamed into ''Tang Yan'', and served until the late sixties before being scrapped in 1970. This means the current Fleet of Fog Yukikaze ''should not have existed'' as there was nothing left but schematics (if any). Of course, the series might just handwave this as AlternateHistory at work.
** '''''Hyuuga''''' was also broken for scrap in 1946.1946, although she does spend almost a year as a derelict ship (she ran aground on shallow water) thus not fully out of precedent.
12th Dec '13 5:40:56 AM Toshiaki
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* The presence of Yukikaze in the manga. The precedent so far is that the Fleet of Fog will need the sunken hulk of a particular ship as either templates of reconstruction (the whole body is nanomaterial) or 'corpses' to reanimate (the body is part original, with nanomaterials repairing/patching existing damage, altering the 'chassis' for incorporating new features, and making it work). Yukikaze was given to the Republic of China after [=WW2=] (Chiang Kai-shek reputedly was quite fond of her and she became the unofficial Navy One in ROC navy), renamed into ''Tang Yan'', and served until the late sixties before being scrapped in 1970. This means the current Fleet of Fog Yukikaze ''should not have existed'' as there was nothing left but schematics (if any). Of course, the series might just handwave this as AlternateHistory at work.

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* The presence of Yukikaze in the manga. The precedent so far is that the Fleet of Fog will need the sunken hulk of a particular ship as either templates of reconstruction (the whole body is nanomaterial) or 'corpses' to reanimate (the body is part original, with nanomaterials repairing/patching existing damage, altering the 'chassis' for incorporating new features, and making it work). Yukikaze was given to the Republic of China after [=WW2=] (Chiang Kai-shek was reputedly was quite fond of her and she became the unofficial Navy One in ROC navy), renamed into ''Tang Yan'', and served until the late sixties before being scrapped in 1970. This means the current Fleet of Fog Yukikaze ''should not have existed'' as there was nothing left but schematics (if any). Of course, the series might just handwave this as AlternateHistory at work.work.
** '''''Hyuuga''''' was also broken for scrap in 1946.
11th Dec '13 2:53:32 AM Toshiaki
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* The presence of Yukikaze in the manga. The precedent so far is that the Fleet of Fog will need the sunken hulk of a particular ship as either templates of reconstruction (the whole body is nanomaterial) or 'corpses' to reanimate (the body is part original, with nanomaterials repairing/patching existing damage, altering the 'chassis' for incorporating new features, and making it work). Yukikaze was given to the Republic of China after [=WW2=] (Chiang Kai-shek reputedly was quite fond of her and she became the unofficial Navy One in ROC navy), renamed into ''Tang Yan'', and served until the late sixties before being scrapped in 1970. This means the current Fleet of Fog Yukikaze ''should not have existed'' as there was nothing left but schematics (if any). Of course, the series might just handwave this as AlternateHistory at work.
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