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23rd Sep '15 4:00:24 PM nombretomado
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* is Fenris, from {{Norse Mythology}}. Because they are both giant wolves!

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* is Fenris, from {{Norse Myth/{{Norse Mythology}}. Because they are both giant wolves!
25th Feb '15 2:52:11 PM Sharysa
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* When she's talking to Ashitaka about her, she seems to talk in a somewhat melancholy tone, almost... regretful.

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* When she's talking to Ashitaka about her, she seems to talk in a somewhat melancholy tone, almost... regretful.regretful.
** This would be tragic whether she knows or not--if she knows San's heritage and regrets both defiling Moro's forest and leaving her infant daughter as wolf-food, [[FridgeHorror what happened to her husband]]? Moro mentions that ''both parents'' were there when they threw San at her in a panic. And if she ''doesn't'' know about San, then she's unknowingly trying to kill/subjugate her own daughter.
21st Dec '14 9:58:18 AM GodzillaKing
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Note for unlikely event of a sequel.

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Note for unlikely event of a sequel.sequel.

[[WMG: Eboshi is San's birth mother]]

* When she's talking to Ashitaka about her, she seems to talk in a somewhat melancholy tone, almost... regretful.
17th Sep '14 4:48:02 PM GreatKaiserNui
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**** He assumed physical form in the first place as part of the gambit.
7th Sep '14 9:03:00 PM KrspaceT
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* Think about it. How do you figure the Emperor will react when he finds out that he's never getting the head of the Forest Spirit?

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* Think about it. How do you figure the Emperor will react when he finds out that he's never getting the head of the Forest Spirit?Spirit?

[[WMG:San and Ashitaka do in fact have a child.....]]
But, this comes from a one night stand at some point. Ashitaka may never know.....
Note for unlikely event of a sequel.
20th Aug '14 4:02:50 AM TheLyniezian
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** Or possibly the substance is a kind of cancer, which forms from inside the body but eats it away from the inside; possibly an {{Anvilicious}} metaphor for feelings of hatred.
8th Jul '14 6:36:36 PM Inunah
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** AFAIK they became demons due to an immense hatred. Hatred allows for evil spirits to take hold. I'm thinking that the cursed wormlike substance on Nago had flown from him in such a fashion as a threat display. Nago smelled humans, and decided then and there to alert them to his presence with a threat display. He probably wanted to see the humans before him grow fearful and try to escape. As is one of the themes in the movie, hatred and fear breed more of the same, which causes exactly the kind of thing going on with Nago. With Okkoto, it looked like his hope to be healed by the Forest Spirit may have caused his transformation to include less of a destructive, wild rage than Nago's. In addition, he believed his warriors had come back from the dead, which would be adding more positive feelings to slow his transformation. TL;DR Hatred causes the transformation; Nago and Okkoto acted differently in their transformations because Okkoto had some positive emotions within him at the time of his transformation.
1st Nov '13 5:51:14 PM saysomethings
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* Think about it. How do you figure the Emperor will react when he finds out that he's never getting the head of the Forest Spirit?

[[WMG: I am best friends with San]]

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* Think about it. How do you figure the Emperor will react when he finds out that he's never getting the head of the Forest Spirit?

[[WMG: I am best friends with San]]
Spirit?
7th Jul '13 1:05:58 AM EmperorOshron
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** I was always under the impression that the possession was only "shaken off" because Nago entered direct sunlight, even if it only repelled the demon worm things for a few seconds, more like a cockroach being scared off by a light turning on, but being much more persistent in this case. Or perhaps the demonic evidence right then really WAS killed, only to be replaced by new ones from within Nago's body which can resist sunlight. Notice that we also only see Okkoto's possession at night, and under the heavy canopy of the forest to boot. Though this troper agrees that the injuries caused by firearms aren't ACTUALLY what turns gods into demons, but rather it FACILITATES their transformations.
28th May '13 5:57:13 AM kraas
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*** It seems like his physical form is gone for good, though.
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