History Manga / TowardTheTerra

16th Aug '15 5:46:14 PM Moko-tan
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* BittersweetEnding: Arguably, since [[spoiler: they did manage to make peace between the Humans and the Mu, destroy the SD system and generally make the world a better(?) place]]. To make it even better, [[spoiler: Jomy and Keith met each other after being reincarnated in the DistantFinale.]]
** The manga, isn't much better, [[spoiler:Terra is destroyed by GaiasVengeance, Physis is last seen surrounded by escapees in what may or may not be their final moments, Tony is utterly broken by the trauma of everything, the other surviving Nazca children have become {{Energy Being}}s and simply take him to where he can't see Terra. The DistantFinale shows some of the humans who left Terra for colonies far away deciding to pay a visit to abandoned Terra. Two kids met each other, implied to be the reincarnations of Physis and Blue.]]
** DownerEnding: [[spoiler: What makes them downers is that three quarters from the cast in the last episode die.]]



* DownerEnding: [[spoiler: killing off three quarters from the cast in the last episode.]]
** BittersweetEnding: Arguably, since [[spoiler: they did manage to make peace between the Humans and the Mu, destroy the SD system and generally make the world a better(?) place]]. To make it even better, [[spoiler: Jomy and Keith met each other after being reincarnated in the DistantFinale.]]
** The manga, meanwhile, [[spoiler:is pretty much a complete downer. Terra is destroyed by GaiasVengeance, Physis is last seen surrounded by escapees in what may or may not be their final moments, Tony is utterly broken by the trauma of everything, the other surviving Nazca children have become {{Energy Being}}s and simply take him to where he can't see Terra... basically, don't read it if you're having a bad day.]]
22nd Mar '15 9:04:09 PM TVRulezAgain
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''Toward the Terra'', also known as ''Terra e...'' or ''To Terra...'', was created by mangaka KeikoTakemiya in the 1970s. It was first adapted for animation as a 1980 film. In 2007 the manga was adapted again, this time as a 24-episode anime series. Thus far, the tropes listed on this article mostly concern the anime version, as the manga, anime and movie all have large differences in plot details and characterisation.

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''Toward the Terra'', also known as ''Terra e...'' or ''To Terra...'', was created by mangaka KeikoTakemiya Creator/KeikoTakemiya in the 1970s. It was first adapted for animation as a 1980 film. In 2007 the manga was adapted again, this time as a 24-episode anime series. Thus far, the tropes listed on this article mostly concern the anime version, as the manga, anime and movie all have large differences in plot details and characterisation.
22nd Mar '15 4:08:11 PM CCharmanderK
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** The movie similarly retained many of the major thematic elements and characters of the manga while simultaneously streamlining and rearranging the story to fit a two-hour run time.
20th Nov '14 6:38:11 AM Lenneth
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* MoreThanMindControl: It's what Mother Eliza does to younger Keith in the anime. She uses some sort of hypnosis on him, yes, but a lot of her control relies on [[spoiler:influencing the key events in Keith's life]], playing a caring mother-figure and talking him into following her orders without question.
10th Aug '13 4:07:35 PM JoieDeCombat
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* AnyoneCanDie: First example is [[spoiler: Shiroe]], the rampant character killing spree continues throughout the series.

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* AnyoneCanDie: First example is [[spoiler: Shiroe]], the Shiroe in episode 9]]. The rampant character killing spree continues throughout the series.series; only a few significant named characters make it all the way to the ending.
12th Jul '13 10:50:47 PM captainpat
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* MismatchedEyes: Bleau
22nd Jun '13 9:55:42 PM HiddenWindshield
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* ImpossiblyCoolClothes: This troper knows, as she tried to [[{{Cosplay}} cosplay]] it.

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* ImpossiblyCoolClothes: This troper knows, as she tried to [[{{Cosplay}} cosplay]] it.Routinely.
24th Apr '13 1:45:09 PM Ciabella
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* BornWinner: Type Blue Mu, who are much more powerful than the regular Mu.
24th Apr '13 1:06:28 PM Ciabella
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* BizarreBabyBoom: Children born naturally on Nazca are extraordinarily powerful, but also seem to have some sociopathic tendencies, which sets the apart from the other Mu.

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* BizarreBabyBoom: Children born naturally on Nazca are extraordinarily powerful, but also seem to have some sociopathic tendencies, which sets the them apart from the other Mu.
24th Apr '13 12:57:22 PM Ciabella
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* BizarreBabyBoom

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* BizarreBabyBoomBizarreBabyBoom: Children born naturally on Nazca are extraordinarily powerful, but also seem to have some sociopathic tendencies, which sets the apart from the other Mu.
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