History WMG / HetaOni

26th Oct '15 7:22:26 PM Etagirl
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** On the note of the meaning of Ryuuzu, at first the translation "crown" might not make any sense. But actually, crown doesn't have to mean the thing that royalty wears, it can also refer to the spinning bit on a pocket watch stem, used to adjust the time. If the other translation is "watch stem", then it makes perfect sense. Just a bit of knowledge this troper has picked up from owning a pocket watch.

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** On the note of the meaning of Ryuuzu, at first the translation "crown" might not make any sense. But actually, crown doesn't have to mean the thing that royalty wears, it can also refer to the spinning bit on a pocket watch stem, used to adjust the time. If the other translation is "watch stem", then it makes perfect sense. Just Also, just a bit hypothesis, but Ryūzu could be the actual name of knowledge this troper has picked up from owning the previous owner, and it only roughly translates to Ryuuzu because of the emphasis bar on top of the first "u". In English we don't have such a pocket watch.convention, the nearest way to emphasize a sound is by repeating it, thus the translation would spell the name as "Ryuuzu" as opposed to "Ryūzu". The intended name might've been "Ryūzu".
26th Oct '15 7:16:27 PM Etagirl
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**On the note of the meaning of Ryuuzu, at first the translation "crown" might not make any sense. But actually, crown doesn't have to mean the thing that royalty wears, it can also refer to the spinning bit on a pocket watch stem, used to adjust the time. If the other translation is "watch stem", then it makes perfect sense. Just a bit of knowledge this troper has picked up from owning a pocket watch.
30th Jul '15 4:33:34 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: The events experienced by the Nations in Heta Oni brought about those of the ''ModernWarfare'' games.]]

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[[WMG: The events experienced by the Nations in Heta Oni brought about those of the ''ModernWarfare'' ''VideoGame/ModernWarfare'' games.]]



[[WMG: Related to the ''ModernWarfare'' WMG above, the events of that series are the result of Russia managing to escape.]]

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[[WMG: Related to the ''ModernWarfare'' ''VideoGame/ModernWarfare'' WMG above, the events of that series are the result of Russia managing to escape.]]
9th Apr '15 9:56:58 PM MsAmiClassified
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** New link, sans pictures unfortunately: http://lsunnyc.tumblr.com/post/24358761417/hetaoni-extra-scenes-translated In the original, one could see Japan talking to a Grey and calling it Prussia...

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** New link, sans pictures unfortunately: http://lsunnyc.[[http://lsunnyc.tumblr.com/post/24358761417/hetaoni-extra-scenes-translated New link]], sans pictures unfortunately. In the original, one could see Japan talking to a Grey and calling it Prussia...
9th Apr '15 9:46:03 PM DatLonerGirl
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** New link, sans pictures unfortunately: http://lsunnyc.tumblr.com/post/24358761417/hetaoni-extra-scenes-translated In the original, one could see Japan talkingto a Grey and calling it Prussia...

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** New link, sans pictures unfortunately: http://lsunnyc.tumblr.com/post/24358761417/hetaoni-extra-scenes-translated In the original, one could see Japan talkingto talking to a Grey and calling it Prussia...
9th Apr '15 9:44:19 PM DatLonerGirl
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** New link, sans pictures unfortunately: http://hetaoni-theories.tumblr.com/post/23525288201/hetaoni-extra-scenes-translated

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** New link, sans pictures unfortunately: http://hetaoni-theories.http://lsunnyc.tumblr.com/post/23525288201/hetaoni-extra-scenes-translated
com/post/24358761417/hetaoni-extra-scenes-translated In the original, one could see Japan talkingto a Grey and calling it Prussia...
26th Mar '15 6:08:44 AM RandomAdventure
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* On that note, what does "Ryuuzu" mean anyway? This Troper went and looked into it and found the Japanese word "竜頭", which written in our alphabet would be Ryūzu (pretty close to Ryuuzu, right?). Ryūzu means ''crown'', as well as ''watch stem''. While ''crown'' doesn't necessarily fit to HetaOni's theme, ''watch stem'' works rather well, as it's the part of the watch used to ''set the time''. So if Ryuuzu does equal to Ryūzu, then Ryuuzu is whoever can go back in time, whoever has the role equivalent to a ''watch stem''. So that varies from Italy to [[spoiler:England]] to the Thing to any previous victims! I realise this doesn't actually help come up with who Ryuuzu is though...

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* On that note, what does "Ryuuzu" mean anyway? This Troper went and looked into it and found the Japanese word "竜頭", which written in our alphabet would be Ryūzu (pretty close to Ryuuzu, right?). Ryūzu means ''crown'', as well as ''watch stem''. While ''crown'' doesn't necessarily fit to HetaOni's VideoGame/HetaOni's theme, ''watch stem'' works rather well, as it's the part of the watch used to ''set the time''. So if Ryuuzu does equal to Ryūzu, then Ryuuzu is whoever can go back in time, whoever has the role equivalent to a ''watch stem''. So that varies from Italy to [[spoiler:England]] to the Thing to any previous victims! I realise this doesn't actually help come up with who Ryuuzu is though...



* Well, the characters from which Italy hears about the mansion appear to be those from AoOni so in a way, confirmed.
** I doubt this will happen. The AoOni characters were talking about a different mansion ('their' mansion) and Italy remembered the compass direction wrong - I think they said it was 'North' but Italy told America 'East', but don't quote me on that.

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* Well, the characters from which Italy hears about the mansion appear to be those from AoOni VideoGame/AoOni so in a way, confirmed.
** I doubt this will happen. The AoOni VideoGame/AoOni characters were talking about a different mansion ('their' mansion) and Italy remembered the compass direction wrong - I think they said it was 'North' but Italy told America 'East', but don't quote me on that.
26th Mar '15 6:03:16 AM RandomAdventure
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[[WMG: The events of HetaOni happen at the same time as"The Sound of Drums" and "Last of the Time Lords" in ''Doctor Who'']]

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[[WMG: The events of HetaOni VideoGame/HetaOni happen at the same time as"The Sound of Drums" and "Last of the Time Lords" in ''Doctor Who'']]
12th Jan '15 9:51:16 AM hinotorihime
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**You are correct. Although in the game ''Ryuuzu'' is usually written in katakana, there's one point where Japan says "the previous name is ''Ryuuzu no Ko''" and uses the kanji! The kanji he uses for ''ryuuzu'' does, indeed, mean 'watch stem'. ''Ko'' is written 'orphan', which raises some even more interesting questions.
23rd Dec '14 4:33:48 PM nombretomado
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Let's face it, if you hear screaming in the forest, you're going to try to find out where the screams come from. And judging by how old the house is, there's probably no soundproofing, so someone would have had to hear the screams at one point. I believe that the reason that no law enforcement has broken down the door is that the house is [[HiddeninPlainSight hiding in plain sight]] -- somewhere where there's a lot of screams can be heard, but are dismissed as [[AllPartOfTheShow part of the ride]]. After long thinking, I deduced that the most likely place that the mansion is hidden in is [[spoiler: the show building for TheHauntedMansion in Orlando]]. Why? Because it's big and spacious, and no one gets suspicious about screams. And yet, no one ever actually sets foot on it. It's a perfect location for Steve to hide his victims.

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Let's face it, if you hear screaming in the forest, you're going to try to find out where the screams come from. And judging by how old the house is, there's probably no soundproofing, so someone would have had to hear the screams at one point. I believe that the reason that no law enforcement has broken down the door is that the house is [[HiddeninPlainSight hiding in plain sight]] -- somewhere where there's a lot of screams can be heard, but are dismissed as [[AllPartOfTheShow part of the ride]]. After long thinking, I deduced that the most likely place that the mansion is hidden in is [[spoiler: the show building for TheHauntedMansion Ride/TheHauntedMansion in Orlando]]. Why? Because it's big and spacious, and no one gets suspicious about screams. And yet, no one ever actually sets foot on it. It's a perfect location for Steve to hide his victims.
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