History LightNovel / KinosJourney

20th Jul '17 10:00:12 PM bweb
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* ConvectionSchmonvection: Heartbreakingly averted in episode 13. When the volcano erupts, Hermes gives us a stark description of how the people in the village below died with their blood boiling in their bodies.
16th Jul '17 11:03:36 AM Occidensill
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* NoPartyLikeADonnerParty: In the second episode, Kino meets a trio of starving merchants who had been snowed in all winter and had eaten their cargo early on to survive. Only, they were slavers, and [[ImAHumanitarian their cargo was people destined for the slave market.]]

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* NoPartyLikeADonnerParty: In the second episode, Kino meets a trio of starving merchants who had been snowed in all winter and had eaten their cargo early on to survive. Only, they were slavers, and [[ImAHumanitarian their cargo was people destined for the slave market.]]
16th Jul '17 9:07:30 AM bweb
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* NoPartyLikeADonnerParty: In the second episode, Kino meets a trio of starving merchants who had been snowed in all winter and had eaten their cargo early on to survive. Only, they were slavers, and [[ImAHumanitarian their cargo was people destined for the slave market.]]
7th Jul '17 8:02:56 AM TargetmasterJoe
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* {{Bowdlerise}}: While the anime adaption is largely faithful to the novels, most of the violence was toned down, and some of the characters that Kino meets or the countries Kino visits are portrayed as much more sympathetic. The first film, Life Goes On was much more offending in this regard.

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* {{Bowdlerise}}: While the anime adaption is largely faithful to the novels, most of the violence was toned down, and some of the characters that Kino meets or the countries Kino visits are portrayed as much more sympathetic. The first film, ''Kino's Travels: Life Goes On On'' was much more offending in this regard.
7th Jul '17 7:59:52 AM TargetmasterJoe
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* BerserkButton: The citizens of Kino's home country are cheery, good-natured people who go about their lives with a smile on their faces [[spoiler:due to an operation when they turn twelve that makes them unable to not be satisfied by everything]]. However, if you ask if there's another way to become an adult, as Kino does, [[spoiler:they fly into a homicidal rage and try to murder you]]

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* BerserkButton: The citizens of Kino's home country are cheery, good-natured people who go about their lives with a smile on their faces [[spoiler:due to an operation when they turn twelve that makes them unable to not be satisfied by everything]]. However, if you ask if there's another way to become an adult, as Kino does, [[spoiler:they fly into a homicidal rage and try to murder you]]you]].



* CannibalLarder: In the second episode,'' after [[spoiler: the three men Kino saved turn out to be slavers and Kino has to kill them all in self-defense]], Kino takes a closer look inside their wagon: it's the second time it's seen, [[OnceMoreWithClarity but this time,]] we get a better idea what the three men meant when they said they had to eat their cargo to survive...

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* CannibalLarder: In the second episode,'' after [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the three men Kino saved turn out to be slavers and Kino has to kill them all in self-defense]], Kino takes a closer look inside their wagon: it's the second time it's seen, [[OnceMoreWithClarity but this time,]] we get a better idea what the three men meant when they said they had to eat their cargo to survive...



* DeadAllAlong: In the viewer participation drama, one of the possible paths results in [[spoiler: Master receiving a wound from a laser-like attack.]] To everyone's surprise, she's unfazed and the wound begins to close (without her noticing it). The audience and her partner [[FridgeHorror realizes]] that this must be ''why'' she has never "ever" been grazed by a single bullet before.

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* DeadAllAlong: In the viewer participation drama, one of the possible paths results in [[spoiler: Master [[spoiler:Master receiving a wound from a laser-like attack.]] To everyone's surprise, she's unfazed and the wound begins to close (without her noticing it). The audience and her partner [[FridgeHorror realizes]] that this must be ''why'' she has never "ever" been grazed by a single bullet before.



** Kino visited a country after hearing rumors that none of its citizens ever get sick, hoping to learn their secret. It turns out that everybody gets their [[HealingFactor healing factor]] from the bite of an insect. As usual, there's a catch: [[spoiler: they only live for 50 years after getting bit.]]

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** Kino visited a country after hearing rumors that none of its citizens ever get sick, hoping to learn their secret. It turns out that everybody gets their [[HealingFactor healing factor]] from the bite of an insect. As usual, there's a catch: [[spoiler: they [[spoiler:they only live for 50 years after getting bit.]]



** Once, Kino meets a 12-year old boy who is [[spoiler: actually [[ReallySevenHundredYearsOld 93 years old]] already.]]

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** Once, Kino meets a 12-year old boy who is [[spoiler: actually [[spoiler:actually [[ReallySevenHundredYearsOld 93 years old]] already.]]



** "A Peaceful Land" After learning that the whole reason for the peace in this land was violently killing the native population to maintain peace of mind, she departs, but not before questioning such violent ideas. Later she's attacked and almost killed by the native population [[NotSoDifferent who use similar logic]] and it all just leads up to a cycle of people killing those lesser than them. After driving them off Kino looks considerably shaken before leaving with Hermes.
** In "A Kind Land" Kino's reaction to [[spoiler:the town's destruction]] completely strips away the calm neutrality she maintained for much of the series.

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** "A Peaceful Land" Land": After learning that the whole reason for the peace in this land was violently killing the native population to maintain peace of mind, she departs, but not before questioning such violent ideas. Later Later, she's attacked and almost killed by the native population [[NotSoDifferent who use similar logic]] and it all just leads up to a cycle of people killing those lesser than them. After driving them off off, Kino looks considerably shaken before leaving with Hermes.
** In "A Kind Land" Land", Kino's reaction to [[spoiler:the town's destruction]] completely strips away the calm neutrality she maintained for much of the series.



** Of course[[spoiler:no one is actually killed by this, though no buildings are left standing. ]]

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** Of course[[spoiler:no course, [[spoiler:no one is actually killed by this, though no buildings are left standing. standing.]]
25th Jun '17 4:04:50 PM Willbyr
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5th Jun '17 7:04:32 AM Vanylla
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* UnfinishedBusiness: One of the characters introduced in the viewer participation drama is revealed to be a [[GhostlyGoals vengeful ghost]] of the [[spoiler: princess of the ruined country. It was a traveler who caused the demise of her country, so she takes revenge on all passing travelers by luring them to their deaths.]]
5th Jun '17 6:48:43 AM Vanylla
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* DeadAllAlong: In the viewer participation drama, one of the possible paths results in [[spoiler: Master receiving a wound from a laser-like attack.]] To everyone's surprise, she's unfazed and the wound begins to close (without her noticing it). The audience and her partner [[FridgeHorror realizes]] that this must be ''why'' she has never "ever" been grazed by a single bullet before.
5th Jun '17 6:31:02 AM Vanylla
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* BerserkButton: The citizen's of Kino's home country are cheery, good natured people who go about their lives with a smile on their faces [[spoiler:due to an operation when they turn twelve that makes them unable to not be satisfied by everything]]. However, if you ask if there's another way to become an adult, as Kino does, [[spoiler:they fly into a homicidal rage and try to murder you]]

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* BerserkButton: The citizen's citizens of Kino's home country are cheery, good natured good-natured people who go about their lives with a smile on their faces [[spoiler:due to an operation when they turn twelve that makes them unable to not be satisfied by everything]]. However, if you ask if there's another way to become an adult, as Kino does, [[spoiler:they fly into a homicidal rage and try to murder you]]
5th Jun '17 6:29:36 AM Vanylla
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* TheCaligula: The king from is Coliseum two parter is incredibly AxeCrazy from killing [[EvilPrince his father]] (apparently at [[CreepyChild a young age]] if the puppet show is compltely accurate) and wife to forcing anyone that comes in his territory to kill each other to gain upper-class status.

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* TheCaligula: The king from is the Coliseum two parter two-parter is incredibly AxeCrazy AxeCrazy, from killing [[EvilPrince his father]] (apparently at [[CreepyChild a young age]] if the puppet show is compltely completely accurate) and wife wife, to forcing anyone that comes in his territory to kill each other to gain upper-class status.
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