History WMG / HaibaneRenmei

31st Dec '17 10:00:59 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Glie is the same place as [[HardBoiledWonderlandAndTheEndOfTheWorld The End of The World]]]]

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[[WMG: Glie is the same place as [[HardBoiledWonderlandAndTheEndOfTheWorld [[Literature/HardBoiledWonderlandAndTheEndOfTheWorld The End of The World]]]]
16th Dec '17 4:27:04 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG:Reki is [[FobbiesAreBorange Paula]].]]

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[[WMG:Reki is [[FobbiesAreBorange [[Fanfic/FobbiesAreBorange Paula]].]]
9th Aug '16 10:51:39 AM swimminghome
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[[WMG:The Haibane's dreams reflect how they died]]
* As gruesome and dark as this one sounds, it might explain why they have the dreams they do, and goes on the theory that Reki committed suicide and thus this is why her cocoon dream shows her standing on a train track. Which means that Nemu was likely given euthanasia (put to sleep), Hikari might have suffered from a fatal accident involving electricity (she dreams of sparkling light), Kana drowned in a river (floating like a fish), Kuu might have been asphyxiated (thus why she dreams of air), Reki's is self-explanatory and Rakka may have fallen fatally from somewhere high above. The Young Feathers: Hana (exposure to a poisonous plant like deadly nightshade), Shorta (sickness from eating too many sweets?) Again, just speculation, but if Reki's dream showed how she died, wouldn't it make sense for the other Haibane's to do the same?
31st May '15 6:57:27 PM ShinyTsukkomi
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[[WMG:Alternatively, Rakka was Sheeta from Miyazaki's CastleInTheSky.]]
As well as Sheeta's apparent affinity for falling, the two are similar physically (especially at the end of CastleInTheSky, when Sheeta's hair is randomly shortened) and in personality. The crow in Rakka's dream and at the bottom of the well is actually Pazu. Furthermore, the glowing flecks that Rakka is harvesting inside the wall of Glie look like they could contain or be made of Volucite, a further implication that the stories' universes are connected.

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[[WMG:Alternatively, Rakka was Sheeta from Miyazaki's CastleInTheSky.''Anime/CastleInTheSky''.]]
As well as Sheeta's apparent affinity for falling, the two are similar physically (especially at the end of CastleInTheSky, ''Anime/CastleInTheSky'', when Sheeta's hair is randomly shortened) and in personality. The crow in Rakka's dream and at the bottom of the well is actually Pazu. Furthermore, the glowing flecks that Rakka is harvesting inside the wall of Glie look like they could contain or be made of Volucite, a further implication that the stories' universes are connected.
22nd Feb '15 2:41:56 PM JasonJD48
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* Reki's problems are created by her being from the lineage of the [[Literature/{{Dune}} Atreides]] family. The railroad she sees is the Golden Path of the [[Literature/GodEmperorOfDune God-Emperor]]. Rakka is also an Atreides.

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* Reki's problems are created by her being from the lineage of the [[Literature/{{Dune}} [[Franchise/{{Dune}} Atreides]] family. The railroad she sees is the Golden Path of the [[Literature/GodEmperorOfDune God-Emperor]]. Rakka is also an Atreides.
15th Feb '15 6:33:25 PM JasonJD48
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[[WMG: The show is in continuity with the {{Dune}} series.]]The city of Glie is all that remains of a once civilized world. The series takes place centuries after the eradication of all life on Arrakis, and possibly on Arrakis itself.

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[[WMG: The show is in continuity with the {{Dune}} Franchise/{{Dune}} series.]]The city of Glie is all that remains of a once civilized world. The series takes place centuries after the eradication of all life on Arrakis, and possibly on Arrakis itself.



* Reki's problems are created by her being from the lineage of the [[Literature/{{Dune}} Atreides]] family. The railroad she sees is the Golden Path of the God-Emperor. Rakka is also an Atreides.

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* Reki's problems are created by her being from the lineage of the [[Literature/{{Dune}} Atreides]] family. The railroad she sees is the Golden Path of the God-Emperor.[[Literature/GodEmperorOfDune God-Emperor]]. Rakka is also an Atreides.
25th Sep '14 12:36:43 PM Willbyr
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[[WMG:The Haibane never died in the first place.]] They're people who, for one reason or another, retreated from society in the world and disappeared as a result. Main/{{Hikikomori}}, like the eventual fate of ''Main/SerialExperimentsLain'' and ''Anime/WelcomeToTheNHK'', which Yoshitoshi [=ABe=] provided the scenario and design for in the former case and the original cover artwork int he latter. Their cocoon dreams are metaphors for the behavior the Haibane was in before disappearing -- Rakka rejected the help of someone trying to bring her back into society hurting the person in the process, Reki had many people who would have helped her get back into society that she never paid attention to and was unwilling to ask for help, Nemu slept her life away. Their time in Old Home is designed to force them into society: they must work with people, don't remember the part of the past that caused them to leave society in the first place. Sin-bound Renmei are just those who don't go into society fully with the other Renmei or townsfolk.

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[[WMG:The Haibane never died in the first place.]] They're people who, for one reason or another, retreated from society in the world and disappeared as a result. Main/{{Hikikomori}}, like the eventual fate of ''Main/SerialExperimentsLain'' ''Anime/SerialExperimentsLain'' and ''Anime/WelcomeToTheNHK'', which Yoshitoshi [=ABe=] provided the scenario and design for in the former case and the original cover artwork int he latter. Their cocoon dreams are metaphors for the behavior the Haibane was in before disappearing -- Rakka rejected the help of someone trying to bring her back into society hurting the person in the process, Reki had many people who would have helped her get back into society that she never paid attention to and was unwilling to ask for help, Nemu slept her life away. Their time in Old Home is designed to force them into society: they must work with people, don't remember the part of the past that caused them to leave society in the first place. Sin-bound Renmei are just those who don't go into society fully with the other Renmei or townsfolk.



[[WMG:Rakka was [[SerialExperimentsLain Lain]]]]

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[[WMG:Rakka was [[SerialExperimentsLain [[Anime/SerialExperimentsLain Lain]]]]



[[WMG:Or, Rakka was [[SerialExperimentsLain Chisa]] and Reki was [[SerialExperimentsLain that train girl (HOLES!)]]]]

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[[WMG:Or, Rakka was [[SerialExperimentsLain [[Anime/SerialExperimentsLain Chisa]] and Reki was [[SerialExperimentsLain [[Anime/SerialExperimentsLain that train girl (HOLES!)]]]]
22nd May '14 1:58:44 PM Willbyr
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[[AC:Main/HaibaneRenmei]]
24th Mar '14 3:12:11 AM Discontent
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[[WMG:The Haibane never died in the first place.]] They're people who, for one reason or another, retreated from society in the world and disappeared as a result. Main/{{Hikikomori}}, like the eventual fate of ''Main/SerialExperimentsLain'' and ''Main/WelcomeToTheNHK'', which Yoshitoshi [=ABe=] provided the scenario and design for in the former case and the original cover artwork int he latter. Their cocoon dreams are metaphors for the behavior the Haibane was in before disappearing -- Rakka rejected the help of someone trying to bring her back into society hurting the person in the process, Reki had many people who would have helped her get back into society that she never paid attention to and was unwilling to ask for help, Nemu slept her life away. Their time in Old Home is designed to force them into society: they must work with people, don't remember the part of the past that caused them to leave society in the first place. Sin-bound Renmei are just those who don't go into society fully with the other Renmei or townsfolk.

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[[WMG:The Haibane never died in the first place.]] They're people who, for one reason or another, retreated from society in the world and disappeared as a result. Main/{{Hikikomori}}, like the eventual fate of ''Main/SerialExperimentsLain'' and ''Main/WelcomeToTheNHK'', ''Anime/WelcomeToTheNHK'', which Yoshitoshi [=ABe=] provided the scenario and design for in the former case and the original cover artwork int he latter. Their cocoon dreams are metaphors for the behavior the Haibane was in before disappearing -- Rakka rejected the help of someone trying to bring her back into society hurting the person in the process, Reki had many people who would have helped her get back into society that she never paid attention to and was unwilling to ask for help, Nemu slept her life away. Their time in Old Home is designed to force them into society: they must work with people, don't remember the part of the past that caused them to leave society in the first place. Sin-bound Renmei are just those who don't go into society fully with the other Renmei or townsfolk.
25th Dec '13 7:55:57 PM skbc1p4res
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* {{Jossed}}. ABe has stated that only the sin-bound Haibane have committed suicide.
** No. ABe has [[ShrugOfGod refused to answer many questions about the series]] because he wants viewers to come to their own conclusions. This is exactly the kind of thing he wouldn't say about it.
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