History Manga / Inuyasha

29th Jan '16 2:45:49 PM Ohio9
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* UnfazedEveryman: Kagome's mother, brother, and grandfather are totally unsurprised when they learn the well in their shrine is a time portal to the 16th century, as well as learning that supernatural demons exist. They also don't seem to be concerned about Kagome skipping school to go to a place where she nearly gets killed on a regular basis.
27th Jan '16 1:25:53 PM Zoorteg
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** In the manga, the fact that there is more to the Jewel and that it seems to be manipulating a lot of what has happened, is introduced very early (basically along with Sango). Magatsuhi is also mentioned at this time and this actually also happens in the anime, but it's LostInTranslation.
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** In the manga, the fact that there is more to the Jewel and that it seems and that it appears to be manipulating a lot of what has happened, happened is introduced very early (basically along with Sango). Magatsuhi is also mentioned at this time and this actually also happens in the anime, but it's LostInTranslation.LostInTranslation. ** The Inu no Taishou left two swords made from his fangs, one for each of his sons, but every time his corpse is shown it's missing only one fang. [[spoiler: Turns out there was only one sword made from his fang: Tessaiga, which was later split up in two to create Tenseiga]].

* NemesisWeapon: An inversion of the alignments. Protagonist Inuyasha's Tessaiga is a sword of destruction. His rival and evil brother Sesshoumaru wields the Tenseiga which is the sword of life. Both were forged from their father's fangs, and the swords were chosen for each brother so that they would be unable to fight each other. A good portion of Sesshoumaru's early motivation was to steal the Tessaiga for himself. Later he commissioned a third blade, Tokijin, from an evil smith specifically to counter Tessaiga.
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* NemesisWeapon: An inversion of the alignments. Protagonist Inuyasha's Tessaiga is a sword of destruction. His rival and evil brother Sesshoumaru wields the Tenseiga which is the sword of life. Both were forged from their father's fangs, fang, and the swords were chosen for each brother so that they would be unable to fight each other. A good portion of Sesshoumaru's early motivation was to steal the Tessaiga for himself. Later he commissioned a third blade, Tokijin, from an evil smith specifically to counter Tessaiga.
24th Jan '16 8:56:04 AM Generality
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* NemesisWeapon: An inversion of the alignments. Protagonist Inuyasha's Tessaiga is a sword of destruction. His rival and evil brother Sesshoumaru wields the Tenseiga which is the sword of life. Both were forged from their father's fangs, and the swords were chosen for each brother so that they would be unable to fight each other. A good portion of Sesshoumaru's early motivation was to steal the Tessaiga for himself. Later he commissioned a third blade, Tokijin, from an evil smith specifically to counter Tessaiga.
23rd Jan '16 5:03:18 PM nombretomado
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** [[CreepyCentipedes Mistress Centipede]] has BarbieDollAnatomy in the anime. Not so much in the manga (though the AdultSwim version flip-flopped between erasing Mistress Centipede's breast lines[[note]]because, apparently, breasts with no nipples are still offensive to American audiences, even when said show that has them airs when kids wouldn't be awake[[/note]] and keeping them in).
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** [[CreepyCentipedes Mistress Centipede]] has BarbieDollAnatomy in the anime. Not so much in the manga (though the AdultSwim Creator/AdultSwim version flip-flopped between erasing Mistress Centipede's breast lines[[note]]because, apparently, breasts with no nipples are still offensive to American audiences, even when said show that has them airs when kids wouldn't be awake[[/note]] and keeping them in).
22nd Jan '16 3:33:58 AM Ohio9
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* MarsNeedsWomen: Demons and half-demons in the series have a general contempt for humans, yet numerous demon and half-demon characters are attracted to at least one of them, including Inu no Taishō, Inuyasha, and Kouga
21st Jan '16 2:53:49 PM Ohio9
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* RedemptionEarnsLife: [[spoiler: Kohaku]]
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* RedemptionEarnsLife: [[spoiler: Kohaku]]Kohaku. Also possibly Sango after she gives Rin her gas mask]]
21st Jan '16 2:25:27 PM Ohio9
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* HostageForMacGuffin: In Episode 9, Kagome is kidnapped by the Thunder brothers. She convinces them to let her live to in order to force Inuyasha to trade the jewel shards for her, but this is a bluff as Inuyasha's relationship at the time was still somewhat antagonistic. That leads to this exchange: -->'''Inuyasha:''' "Let me get this straight, you and I are supposed are supposed to be lovers?" -->'''Kagome:''' "This is no time to get all shy!" -->'''Inuyasha:''' "You actually think I'd hand over the jewel shards as a ransom to get you back?!" -->'''Kagome:''' "Of course you would! Cause that's what a lover would do!"
15th Jan '16 10:12:11 AM Ohio9
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* OvershadowedByAwesome: Kagome, Shippo, Sango, Miroku, and Kirara all routinely fall victim to this trope whenever they go into battle teamed up with Inuyasha. Despite the fact that all of them have at least a few skills that could contribute to victory, Inuyasha usually does almost all or all of the heavy lifting in combat, and he virtually always is the one to deliver the final killing blow. Sometimes Inuyasha's companions will just stand in the background and make commentary about the fight, even though they have no valid reason not to participate.
12th Jan '16 7:25:18 AM Ohio9
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* InsaneForgiveness: Kouga and his tribe murder a whole village of innocent people, and none of Inuyasha's team seem to mind. While Kouga is a rival for Kagome's affection, this is played for laughs and he ofter works together with the team. The murders he committed are never brought by them in the entire series.
8th Jan '16 2:42:29 PM morenohijazo
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* WarringNatures: Inuyasha and every other hanyou.
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* WarringNatures: Inuyasha and every other hanyou. He originally plans to use the Shikon Jewel to become a full-fledged demon, but never quite gets around to it.
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