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* ChildrenAreInnocent: As little children, [[spoiler:Sick Solitude]] and [[spoiler:Anne Bran]] were the only good people in the town of Throne from the start. [[spoiler:Anne]] was also the only commoner to oppose violence and to value Sick as a person rather than judge him solely based on the decadence and tyranny of his parents.

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* ChildrenAreInnocent: As little children, [[spoiler:Sick Solitude]] and [[spoiler:Anne Bran]] were the only good people in the town of Throne [[spoiler:Throne]] from the start. [[spoiler:Anne]] was also the only commoner to oppose violence and to value Sick as a person rather than judge him solely based on the decadence and tyranny of his parents.



* {{Tyrannicide}}: [[spoiler:The rebels in Sick's backstory not only planned to kill the Solitude family and burn their house but also killed their young peer in a blind rage. This, along with their triumphant return, implies that they succeeded in killing Pain and Yamai for their tyranny over the town of Throne, leaving Sick an orphan and the only survivor of the family.]]

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* {{Tyrannicide}}: [[spoiler:The The rebels in Sick's [[spoiler:Sick's]] backstory not only planned to kill the Solitude [[spoiler:Solitude]] family and burn their house but also killed their young peer in a blind rage. This, along with their triumphant return, implies that they succeeded in killing Pain [[spoiler:Pain and Yamai Yamai]] for their tyranny over the town of Throne, [[spoiler:Throne]], leaving Sick [[spoiler:Sick]] an orphan and the only survivor of the family.]]

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* PhenotypeStereotype: Shinobu Kajika, Shinuka To'omotta, Crocell Xylel, Mackerel, Anchor Web, Sister Meer, and Anchor Sam have blonde hair, along with blue eyes in the cases of the last five, to emphasize their American origins.


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* {{Tyrannicide}}: [[spoiler:The rebels in Sick's backstory not only planned to kill the Solitude family and burn their house but also killed their young peer in a blind rage. This, along with their triumphant return, implies that they succeeded in killing Pain and Yamai for their tyranny over the town of Throne, leaving Sick an orphan and the only survivor of the family.]]


* AllThereInTheManual: Supplementary information, including the worldbuilding and the names and personalities of some characters, comes from trading cards, extra illustrations in the ''Manga Goccha'' serialization, and the books.

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* AllThereInTheManual: Supplementary information, including the worldbuilding and the names and personalities of some characters, comes from trading cards, tweets from the official accounts, extra illustrations in the ''Manga Goccha'' serialization, and the books.


''Kaiten Mutenmaru'' is a CollectibleCardGame and webcomic series published by the Japanese restaurant chain Kura Sushi. It consists of fourteen parts across two seasons in both media, plus one final part in the webcomic.

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''Kaiten Mutenmaru'' is a CollectibleCardGame and webcomic series published by the Japanese restaurant chain Kura Sushi.Sushi beginning in December 2007. It consists of fourteen parts across two seasons in both media, plus one final part in the webcomic.



* '''Grinbear Salmon''': A young magical bear capable of human speech. He has a mother who has turned into a monster due to the corrupting influence of disium.

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* '''Grinbear Salmon''': A young magical young bear capable of human speech. He has a mother who has turned into a monster due to His personality changes depending on the corrupting influence of disium.outfit.



The webcomic ran on the [[http://www.kura-corpo.co.jp/mutenmaru/comic/ official website]] of the franchise from December 2007 to October 26, 2015, with a total of 166 chapters. The second season was also serialized in ''[[http://mangag.com/products/detail.php?product_id=18662 Manga Goccha]]'' and ''[[https://comic.pixiv.net/works/3477 pixiv Comic]]'', with extra illustrations drawn specifically for the former magazine. Kura Sushi published an [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4XNIksq3jo animated version of the first chapter in the second season]] on Website/YouTube in 2014. Micro Magazine published the first two parts of the second season in four books in the same year and 2015 respectively.

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The webcomic ran on the [[http://www.kura-corpo.co.jp/mutenmaru/comic/ official website]] of the franchise from December 2007 to until October 26, 2015, with a total of 166 chapters. The second season was also serialized in ''[[http://mangag.com/products/detail.php?product_id=18662 Manga Goccha]]'' and ''[[https://comic.pixiv.net/works/3477 pixiv Comic]]'', with extra illustrations drawn specifically for the former magazine. Kura Sushi published an [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4XNIksq3jo animated version of the first chapter in the second season]] on Website/YouTube in 2014. Micro Magazine published the first two parts of the second season in four books in the same year and 2015 respectively.


* '''Leaf Cloud''': A leafy spirit bird sealed in one of the cards belonging to Mutenmaru's father.

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* '''Leaf Cloud''': A leafy spirit bird sealed in one of the cards belonging to Mutenmaru's father. She appears out of her card when Grinbear struggles to save his mother from the corrupting influence of the Abominable Crystal.


* ChildrenAreInnocent: As little children, [[spoiler:Sick Solitude]] and [[spoiler:Anne Bran]] were the only good people in Slowne from the start. [[spoiler:Anne]] was also the only commoner to oppose violence and to value Sick as a person rather than judge him solely based on the decadence and tyranny of his parents.

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* ChildrenAreInnocent: As little children, [[spoiler:Sick Solitude]] and [[spoiler:Anne Bran]] were the only good people in Slowne the town of Throne from the start. [[spoiler:Anne]] was also the only commoner to oppose violence and to value Sick as a person rather than judge him solely based on the decadence and tyranny of his parents.


* '''Leaf Cloud''': A leafy spirit bird sealed in one of the cards belonging to Mutenmaru's father.



* JourneyToTheCenterOfTheMind: [[spoiler:Tear Crown]] enters [[spoiler:Sissela's]] mind [[spoiler:to bring Umimi back from the corrupting influence of the Abominable Crystal.]]

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* JourneyToTheCenterOfTheMind: JourneyToTheCenterOfTheMind:
** Leaf Cloud sends Grinbear to his mother's mind, allowing him to purify her of the Abominable Crystal.
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[[spoiler:Tear Crown]] enters [[spoiler:Sissela's]] mind [[spoiler:to bring Umimi back from the corrupting influence of the Abominable Crystal.]]


* YouMonster: During the PensieveFlashback to [[spoiler:Sick's]] past, Mutenmaru calls [[spoiler:the poverty-stricken rebels]] monsters for being motivated by hate after one of them thrust [[spoiler:little Anne]] away in the belief that [[spoiler:she's a spy for the aristocrats]]. Mutenmaru often expresses compassion for the actual monsters he fights, making his reaction to the humans stand out.

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* YouMonster: During the PensieveFlashback to [[spoiler:Sick's]] past, Mutenmaru fearfully calls [[spoiler:the poverty-stricken rebels]] monsters for being motivated by hate after one of them thrust [[spoiler:little Anne]] away in the belief that [[spoiler:she's a spy for the aristocrats]]. Mutenmaru often expresses compassion for the actual monsters he fights, making his reaction to the humans stand out.


* AllThereInTheManual: Supplementary information, including the worldbuilding and the names and personalities of some characters, comes from trading cards, extra illustrations in the ''Manga Goccha'' serialization, and character datas in the books.

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* AllThereInTheManual: Supplementary information, including the worldbuilding and the names and personalities of some characters, comes from trading cards, extra illustrations in the ''Manga Goccha'' serialization, and character datas in the books.


* YouMonster: During the PensieveFlashback to [[spoiler:Sick's]] past, Mutenmaru calls [[spoiler:the poverty-stricken rebels]] monsters for being motivated by hate after one of them thrust [[spoiler:little Anne]] away in the belief that [[spoiler:she's a spy for the aristocrats]]. Mutenmaru often expresses compassion for the actual monsters he fights, making [[spoiler:his]] reaction to the humans stand out.

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* YouMonster: During the PensieveFlashback to [[spoiler:Sick's]] past, Mutenmaru calls [[spoiler:the poverty-stricken rebels]] monsters for being motivated by hate after one of them thrust [[spoiler:little Anne]] away in the belief that [[spoiler:she's a spy for the aristocrats]]. Mutenmaru often expresses compassion for the actual monsters he fights, making [[spoiler:his]] his reaction to the humans stand out.

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* AllThereInTheManual: Supplementary information, including the worldbuilding and the names and personalities of some characters, comes from trading cards, extra illustrations in the ''Manga Goccha'' serialization, and character datas in the books.


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* PuppyLove: [[spoiler:Sick Solitude]] and [[spoiler:Anne Bran]] were in love with each other as little children.


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* YouMonster: During the PensieveFlashback to [[spoiler:Sick's]] past, Mutenmaru calls [[spoiler:the poverty-stricken rebels]] monsters for being motivated by hate after one of them thrust [[spoiler:little Anne]] away in the belief that [[spoiler:she's a spy for the aristocrats]]. Mutenmaru often expresses compassion for the actual monsters he fights, making [[spoiler:his]] reaction to the humans stand out.


The webcomic ran on the [[http://www.kura-corpo.co.jp/mutenmaru/comic/ official website]] of the franchise from December 2008 to October 26, 2015, with a total of 166 chapters. The second season was also serialized in ''[[http://mangag.com/products/detail.php?product_id=18662 Manga Goccha]]'' and ''[[https://comic.pixiv.net/works/3477 pixiv Comic]]'', with extra illustrations drawn specifically for the former magazine. Kura Sushi published an [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4XNIksq3jo animated version of the first chapter in the second season]] on Website/YouTube in 2014. Micro Magazine published the first two parts of the second season in four books in the same year and 2015 respectively.

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The webcomic ran on the [[http://www.kura-corpo.co.jp/mutenmaru/comic/ official website]] of the franchise from December 2008 2007 to October 26, 2015, with a total of 166 chapters. The second season was also serialized in ''[[http://mangag.com/products/detail.php?product_id=18662 Manga Goccha]]'' and ''[[https://comic.pixiv.net/works/3477 pixiv Comic]]'', with extra illustrations drawn specifically for the former magazine. Kura Sushi published an [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4XNIksq3jo animated version of the first chapter in the second season]] on Website/YouTube in 2014. Micro Magazine published the first two parts of the second season in four books in the same year and 2015 respectively.


Mutenmaru is a little samurai who lives with his grandmother alongside his childhood friends, Kurara and Kurakichi, in Bikkura Village. They lead a peaceful life until Tsubukante and his four minions show up to conquer the world with additives, leading Mutenmaru to follow in his murdered father's footsteps and protect the taste of sincerity from the villains. In the second season, the Abominable Crystal -- initially known as disium in the original serialization -- poses a threat to the world by turning people into monsters. Spreading it to cause chaos is Sick Valachlorophenol, a self-styled gentleman corrupted by the crystal himself. To combat the new forces of evil, Mutenmaru is joined by new companions consisting of:

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Mutenmaru is a little samurai who lives with his grandmother alongside his childhood friends, Kurara and Kurakichi, in Bikkura Village. They lead a peaceful life until Tsubukante and his four minions show up to conquer the world with additives, leading Mutenmaru to follow in his murdered father's footsteps and protect the taste of sincerity from the villains. In the second season, the Abominable Crystal -- initially known as disium in the game and the original serialization of the webcomic -- poses a threat to the world by turning people into monsters. Spreading it to cause chaos is Sick Valachlorophenol, a self-styled gentleman corrupted by the crystal himself. To combat the new forces of evil, Mutenmaru is joined by new companions consisting of:


* PensieveFlashback: The crystals in the Ruins of Time absorb everyone in Mutenmaru's group, showing [[spoiler:Tetsujin]] what happened to [[spoiler:Astar after he left the battlefield]] while the rest of them observe [[spoiler:Sick's]] horrific past.

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* PensieveFlashback: The crystals in the Ruins of Time absorb everyone in Mutenmaru's group, showing draw [[spoiler:Tetsujin]] what happened to [[spoiler:Astar after he left the battlefield]] while into [[spoiler:Astar's encounter with Sick]], whose horrific past the rest of them observe [[spoiler:Sick's]] horrific past.Mutenmaru's group relive.

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* PensieveFlashback: The crystals in the Ruins of Time absorb everyone in Mutenmaru's group, showing [[spoiler:Tetsujin]] what happened to [[spoiler:Astar after he left the battlefield]] while the rest of them observe [[spoiler:Sick's]] horrific past.

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