History Manga / NausicaaOfTheValleyOfTheWind

18th Oct '16 8:50:23 PM ArchTeryx
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** Selm, Chikuku, Ketcha, the King of Torumekia and his sons, Namulith and the Doroks, and the Worm-Handlers to name just a few. Ohma ''does'' appear in the movie it's hard to miss him but is never named.

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** Selm, Chikuku, Ketcha, the King of Torumekia and his sons, Namulith and the Doroks, and the Worm-Handlers to name just a few. Ohma ''does'' appear in the movie it's hard to miss him but is never named.named and almost immediately [[CriticalExistenceFailure falls apart]] after firing twice.
8th Aug '16 3:37:10 AM Willbyr
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The success of the movie -- Miyazaki's first independent work [[labelnote:*]] The ''first'' film he directed was 1979's ''Anime/TheCastleOfCagliostro,'' which he did for [[Creator/TMSEntertainment Tokyo Movie Shinsha.]] [[/labelnote]] -- led directly to the founding of Creator/StudioGhibli and inspired [[Franchise/FinalFantasy Chocobos]]; it's also where Creator/HideakiAnno got the prototype for the [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion EVA's]] (since Anno was handpicked by Miyazaki to be the lead animator for the inspiring scene). Anno would later produce a short tokusatsu film spin-off featuring a live-action version of the creature entitled ''Giant God Warrior Appears in Tokyo''.

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The success of the movie -- Miyazaki's first independent work [[labelnote:*]] The ''first'' film he directed was 1979's ''Anime/TheCastleOfCagliostro,'' which he did for [[Creator/TMSEntertainment Tokyo Movie Shinsha.]] [[/labelnote]] -- led directly to the founding of Creator/StudioGhibli and inspired [[Franchise/FinalFantasy Chocobos]]; it's also where Creator/HideakiAnno got the prototype for the [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion EVA's]] Evas]] (since Anno was handpicked by Miyazaki to be the lead animator for the inspiring scene). Anno would later produce a short tokusatsu film spin-off featuring a live-action version of the creature entitled ''Giant God Warrior Appears in Tokyo''.



''Nausicaä'' suffered a tremendous {{Macekre}} in its first English dub: Characters were renamed, the {{aesop}} was turned into a fragfest, and over half an hour of the film that lacked [[StuffBlowingUp any sort of action]] [[ExecutiveMeddling was thoroughly excised]]. The resulting mess was titled ''Warriors of the Wind'', and this particular [[{{Macekre}} hackjob]] led to Studio Ghibli's current policy to not allow their films to be cut for international distribution. (The current English version is provided by Ghibli's North American distributor Creator/{{Disney}} and it is uncut and unaltered.)

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''Nausicaä'' suffered a tremendous {{Macekre}} in its first English dub: Characters were renamed, the {{aesop}} was turned into a fragfest, and over half an hour of the film that lacked [[StuffBlowingUp any sort of action]] [[ExecutiveMeddling was thoroughly excised]]. The resulting mess was titled ''Warriors of the Wind'', and this particular [[{{Macekre}} hackjob]] hackjob led to Studio Ghibli's current policy to not allow their films to be cut for international distribution. (The The current English version is provided by Ghibli's North American distributor Creator/{{Disney}} distributor, Creator/{{Disney}}, and it is uncut and unaltered.)
unaltered.



* AlienBlood: The Ohmu have blue blood. This becomes relevant during the climax of the film, where Nausicaä's blouse turns blue because of the blood from the infant Ohmu.
** And early in the manga. Later on, the blue blood of [[spoiler:the Crypt of Shuwa]] becomes just as significant.

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* AlienBlood: AlienBlood:
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The Ohmu have blue blood. This becomes relevant during the climax of the film, where Nausicaä's blouse turns blue because of the blood from the infant Ohmu.Ohmu, and early in the manga.
** And early in the manga. Later on, the blue blood of [[spoiler:the Crypt of Shuwa]] becomes just as significant.
7th Aug '16 10:05:54 PM FigmentJedi
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The success of the movie -- Miyazaki's first independent work [[labelnote:*]] The ''first'' film he directed was 1979's ''Anime/TheCastleOfCagliostro,'' which he did for [[Creator/TMSEntertainment Tokyo Movie Shinsha.]] [[/labelnote]] -- led directly to the founding of Creator/StudioGhibli and inspired [[Franchise/FinalFantasy Chocobos]]; it's also where Creator/HideakiAnno got the prototype for the [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion EVA's]] (since Anno was handpicked by Miyazaki to be the lead animator for the inspiring scene). Anno would later produce a short tokusatsu film spin-off featuring a live-action version of the creature entitled ''Giant God Warrior Appears Over Tokyo''.

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The success of the movie -- Miyazaki's first independent work [[labelnote:*]] The ''first'' film he directed was 1979's ''Anime/TheCastleOfCagliostro,'' which he did for [[Creator/TMSEntertainment Tokyo Movie Shinsha.]] [[/labelnote]] -- led directly to the founding of Creator/StudioGhibli and inspired [[Franchise/FinalFantasy Chocobos]]; it's also where Creator/HideakiAnno got the prototype for the [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion EVA's]] (since Anno was handpicked by Miyazaki to be the lead animator for the inspiring scene). Anno would later produce a short tokusatsu film spin-off featuring a live-action version of the creature entitled ''Giant God Warrior Appears Over in Tokyo''.
7th Aug '16 9:57:11 PM FigmentJedi
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The success of the movie -- Miyazaki's first independent work [[labelnote:*]] The ''first'' film he directed was 1979's ''Anime/TheCastleOfCagliostro,'' which he did for [[Creator/TMSEntertainment Tokyo Movie Shinsha.]] [[/labelnote]] -- led directly to the founding of Creator/StudioGhibli and inspired [[Franchise/FinalFantasy Chocobos]]; it's also where Creator/HideakiAnno got the prototype for the [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion EVA's]] (since Anno was handpicked by Miyazaki to be the lead animator for the inspiring scene).

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The success of the movie -- Miyazaki's first independent work [[labelnote:*]] The ''first'' film he directed was 1979's ''Anime/TheCastleOfCagliostro,'' which he did for [[Creator/TMSEntertainment Tokyo Movie Shinsha.]] [[/labelnote]] -- led directly to the founding of Creator/StudioGhibli and inspired [[Franchise/FinalFantasy Chocobos]]; it's also where Creator/HideakiAnno got the prototype for the [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion EVA's]] (since Anno was handpicked by Miyazaki to be the lead animator for the inspiring scene).
scene). Anno would later produce a short tokusatsu film spin-off featuring a live-action version of the creature entitled ''Giant God Warrior Appears Over Tokyo''.
29th May '16 10:32:11 AM nombretomado
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Three video game adaptations of ''Nausicaä'' were released for the MS-X; two were top-down shooters but where Nausica does negotiations with human villages to prevent war and drop stun bombs (NOT bombs) on Ohmus as a strict self-defense measure. They were, however, mediocre in their gameplay, and flopped. As a result, besides a ''Future Boy Conan'' videogame adaptation, no further games based on Studio Ghibli movies were produced (not that it kept the studio from doing the art direction for other games, like ''Jade Cocoon'' for the PS1, among others). A very common Urban Legend has it that those games greatly offended Miyazaki, based on the wrong assumption that the games openly subverted the message of his film. The recent interviews following ''VideoGame/NiNoKuni'''s release, and an actual look on those rare games by [=HG101=], debunked these rumors, with Studio Ghibli even being open to a ''Castle in the Sky'' adaptation.

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Three video game adaptations of ''Nausicaä'' were released for the MS-X; two were top-down shooters but where Nausica does negotiations with human villages to prevent war and drop stun bombs (NOT bombs) on Ohmus as a strict self-defense measure. They were, however, mediocre in their gameplay, and flopped. As a result, besides a ''Future Boy Conan'' videogame adaptation, no further games based on Studio Ghibli movies were produced (not that it kept the studio from doing the art direction for other games, like ''Jade Cocoon'' for the PS1, [=PS1=], among others). A very common Urban Legend has it that those games greatly offended Miyazaki, based on the wrong assumption that the games openly subverted the message of his film. The recent interviews following ''VideoGame/NiNoKuni'''s release, and an actual look on those rare games by [=HG101=], debunked these rumors, with Studio Ghibli even being open to a ''Castle in the Sky'' adaptation.
27th May '16 12:17:17 PM NativeJovian
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* ImplausibleFencingPowers: Nausicaä. Whether wielding an {{ancestral|Weapon}} {{BFS}} longer than she is tall, or her signature Ohmu-shell blade, she's a whirl of destruction all on her own. Only Master Yupa stands above her.
** [[OldMaster (Who do you think taught her?)]]


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* MasterSwordsman: Nausicaä. Whether wielding an {{ancestral|Weapon}} {{BFS}} longer than she is tall, or her signature Ohmu-shell blade, she's a whirl of destruction all on her own. Only Master Yupa stands above her.
** [[OldMaster (Who do you think taught her?)]]
2nd Apr '16 10:57:41 AM ZuTheSkunk
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* ProstheticLimbReveal: Someone asks Kushana why she's so eager to make war against the Ohmu, to which she responds by revealing that one of her limbs is prosthetic, having been ripped off in an Ohmu attack.
25th Mar '16 6:03:57 PM _____________
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* BloodFromTheMouth: Happens to those who breathe in too much of the miasma.

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* BloodFromTheMouth: Happens to those some people who breathe in too much of the miasma.
25th Mar '16 5:49:08 PM _____________
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* BloodFromTheMouth: Happens to those who breathe in too much of the miasma.
24th Mar '16 12:21:29 PM Willbyr
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* BadassBeard: either this trope or a Majestic Mustasche seems to be the standard for any male inhabitant of the Valley Of the Wind.
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