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* WindowsOfTheSoul: Schaal notices that Incarnates that retain their humanity keep their human-like eyes, but that they turn animalistic when they lose control.


An anime adaptation premiered on July 1st, 2019. The anime is made available outside of Japan via CrunchyRoll.

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An anime adaptation premiered on July 1st, 2019. The anime is made available outside of Japan via CrunchyRoll.
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An anime adaptation premiered on July 1st, 2019.

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An anime adaptation premiered on July 1st, 2019.
2019. The anime is made available outside of Japan via CrunchyRoll.

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* SanitySlippage: The Minotaur was so afraid of dying, he began seeing enemies everywhere, building a gigantic fortress to hold them off.

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* SanitySlippage: Most Incarnates end up suffering from this, if they don't simply turn violently animalistic.
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The Minotaur was so afraid of dying, he began seeing enemies everywhere, building a gigantic fortress to hold them off.off.
** The Gargoyle's strong sense of justice gradually warped into a KnightTemplar mentality wherein AllCrimesAreEqual and started to kill criminals regardless of the crime, becoming a SerialKiller.



* ThereAreNoTherapists: Several of the Incarnates' issues could have been treated or at least lessened if they'd had access to psychological counselling; sadly {{justified|trope}} in that psychology and related fields, given the relative equivalent time period (mid-to-late 19th century), is likely just in its infancy in-setting.



* UngratefulBastard: A lot of the populace of North Patria (especially among the military and political elites) are far from appreciative of the Incarnates' sacrifices in service of their nation, or at all sympathetic to their plight after the war; this almost certainly contributed to at least accelerating their descent into truly becoming mentally the monsters they looked like physically.



* WeirdWest: The series takes place shortly after the setting's equivalent of the American Civil War, but with rampaging shapeshifters that possess powers based on mythological creatures.
* WindowsOfTheSoul: Schaal notices that Incarnates that retain their humanity keep their human-like eyes, but turn animalistic when they lose control.

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* WeirdWest: The series takes place shortly after the setting's equivalent of the American Civil War, but with rampaging shapeshifters that possess powers based on mythological creatures.
creatures. Moreover, when [[BigBad Cain]] establishes New Patria, it's in the less-developed western territories of the continent analogous to the real-life 19th century western American frontier.
* WindowsOfTheSoul: Schaal notices that Incarnates that retain their humanity keep their human-like eyes, but that they turn animalistic when they lose control.

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* LawOfInverseRecoil: subverted. The first time Schaal actually fires her rifle/elephant gun (at Hank) the recoil knocks her off her feet (presumably she learns to brace herself after). Also, the gatling guns used by the army unit Coup de Grace are mounted on frames that have to be carefully set up and staked to the ground.

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* TimeSkip: while glossed-over in the anime, the manga makes it clear that a) two years pass between the end of the civil war and Hank coming to kill Will Bancroft, and b) another year passes between the Whitechurch incident and Schaal's return to her home village of Rivulet Wood.


* OurDragonsAreDifferent: Nidhogg/William Bancroft, looked like a huge, non-flying dragon.

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* OurDragonsAreDifferent: Nidhogg/William Bancroft, looked like a huge, non-flying dragon. Though at least two episodes show him flying.



* RealityEnsues: The same way veterans have difficulty readjusting to civilian life, being transformed into inhuman monsters took a huge toll on the minds of the Sacred Beasts, especially those who looked far from human.

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* RealityEnsues: The In much the same way RealLife veterans have difficulty readjusting to civilian life, being transformed into inhuman monsters took a huge toll on the minds of the Sacred Beasts, especially those who looked far from human.



* ShipperOnDeck: in episode 1, it seems like the whole Incarnate Squadron are intensely interested in the status of Hank and Elaine's relationship [[{{Foreshadowing}}(though Cain is notably absent from these scenes)]]. The afternoon before their last major battle [[note]]which never happens due to the peace treaty, which leads to Elaine shooting Hank, and Cain killing Elaine[[/note]] Hank tells his squad to make sure they all come back, because he's going to ask Elaine for a RelationshipUpgrade afterward. Everyone brightens and promises to do their best to stay alive to see it!

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* ShipperOnDeck: in episode 1, it seems like the whole Incarnate Squadron are intensely interested in the status of Hank and Elaine's relationship [[{{Foreshadowing}}(though (though Cain is notably absent from these scenes)]].scenes). The afternoon before their last major battle [[note]]which never happens due to the peace treaty, which leads to Elaine shooting Hank, and Cain killing Elaine[[/note]] Hank tells his squad to make sure they all come back, because he's going to ask Elaine for a RelationshipUpgrade afterward. Everyone brightens and promises to do their best to stay alive to see it!

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* ShipperOnDeck: in episode 1, it seems like the whole Incarnate Squadron are intensely interested in the status of Hank and Elaine's relationship [[{{Foreshadowing}}(though Cain is notably absent from these scenes)]]. The afternoon before their last major battle [[note]]which never happens due to the peace treaty, which leads to Elaine shooting Hank, and Cain killing Elaine[[/note]] Hank tells his squad to make sure they all come back, because he's going to ask Elaine for a RelationshipUpgrade afterward. Everyone brightens and promises to do their best to stay alive to see it!


Nancy Sharl Bancroft is the daughter of one of those soldiers, and after failing to kill the Beast Hunter, she ends up traveling with him, and comes to understand his reasons for upholding that vow.

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Nancy Sharl Schaal Bancroft is the daughter of one of those soldiers, and after failing to kill the Beast Hunter, she ends up traveling with him, and comes to understand his reasons for upholding that vow.



* MissFanservice: Mostly Liza, but Sharl has her moments.

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* MissFanservice: Mostly Liza, but Sharl Schaal has her moments.



** His original surname was [[spoiler: 'Withers']]; depending on when he took the name, it ''really'' should have been a huge red flag.



* WindowsOfTheSoul: Scharl notices that Incarnates that retain their humanity keep their human-like eyes, but turn animalistic when they lose control.
* YouKilledMyFather: The story begins with Sharl trying to kill Hank for doing the same to her father William. The reason behind is more complicated than just that.

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* WindowsOfTheSoul: Scharl Schaal notices that Incarnates that retain their humanity keep their human-like eyes, but turn animalistic when they lose control.
* YouKilledMyFather: The story begins with Sharl Schaal trying to kill Hank for doing the same to her father William. The reason behind is more complicated than just that.


''To the Abandoned Sacred Beasts'' (''Katsute Kami Datta Kemonon-tachi e'') is a manga by {{Creator/Maybe}} set in a FantasyCounterpartCulture of the U.S. after the Civil War. To win the war the North brought into existence the Sacred Beasts, also known as the Incarnates. A special group of soldiers were chosen to become these monsters. Now the war is over and the peace has been restored, or at least it should have. The surviving Sacred Beasts are losing their humanity, becoming a threat to the population. Now his old captain must uphold their vows and kill his former comrades.

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''To the Abandoned Sacred Beasts'' (''Katsute Kami Datta Kemonon-tachi e'') is a manga by {{Creator/Maybe}} set in a FantasyCounterpartCulture of the U.S. after the Civil War. To win the war war, the North brought into existence the Sacred Beasts, also known as the Incarnates. A special group of soldiers were chosen to become these monsters. Now the war is over and the peace has been restored, or at least it should have. The surviving Sacred Beasts are losing their humanity, becoming a threat to the population. Now his old captain must uphold their vows and kill his former comrades.


A anime adaptation premiered on July 1 2019.

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A An anime adaptation premiered on July 1 1st, 2019.



* EmpireWithADarkSecret: The Sacred Beasts were originally the result of secret experiments financed by the Northern Union to create powerful weapons to fight against the better-equipped Southern Confederation. After the Northern Union won the war, its government declared that all Sacred Beasts are to be eliminated as threats to the peace. To them, the Sacred Beasts represent a dark price for peace that must stay buried forever.



* StarterVillain: In the manga, Danny "The Spriggan" Price, is the first Sacred Beast Hank kills. In the Anime it's Edgar the Basilisk instead.

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* StarterVillain: In the manga, Danny "The Spriggan" Price, is the first Sacred Beast Hank kills. In the Anime anime, it's Edgar the Basilisk instead.

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* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: Okay, who thought it was a good idea to bestow immortality and crazy powers on a man named ''Cain Madhouse?''

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* WindowsOfTheSoul: Scharl notices that Incarnates that retain their humanity keep their human-like eyes, but turn animalistic when they lose control.


* TheLostLenore: Elaine, the creator of the Sacred Beasts and Hank's love interest, was killed before the start of the story. [[spoiler:Cain seems intent on reviving her.]]
* TheMagicComesBack: The creation of the Sacred Beasts is seen as this by people, and their powers certainly invoke that.
* MissFanservice: Mostly Liza, but Sharl has her moments.



* TheMagicComesBack: The creation of the Sacred Beasts is seen as this by people, and their powers certainly invoke that.
* MissFanservice: Mostly Liza, but Sharl has her moments.



* StarterVillain: Danny "The Spriggan" Price, is the first Sacred Beast Hank kills. In the Anime it's Edgar the Basilisk instead.
* TheLostLenore: Elaine, the creator of the Sacred Beasts and Hank's love interest, was killed before the start of the story. [[spoiler:Cain seems intent on reviving her.]]

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* StarterVillain: In the manga, Danny "The Spriggan" Price, is the first Sacred Beast Hank kills. In the Anime it's Edgar the Basilisk instead.
* TheLostLenore: Elaine, the creator of the Sacred Beasts and Hank's love interest, was killed before the start of the story. [[spoiler:Cain seems intent on reviving her.]]
instead.


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* WeirdWest: The series takes place shortly after the setting's equivalent of the American Civil War, but with rampaging shapeshifters that possess powers based on mythological creatures.


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A anime adaptation is set to premiere in July 1 2019.

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A anime adaptation is set to premiere in premiered on July 1 2019.



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